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The amfAR Cinema Against AIDS 22nd annual gala at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc attended by the world’s most beautiful movie stars is the most coveted ticket in town during the Cannes International Film Festival.
Indian beauty Fagun looks like a greek Goddess, wearing a white gown by MacDuggal and shoes by Christian Louboutin and purse by her personal collection, The Fagun Collection.
An estimated €30 million was raised at the 22nd annual Gala in Cannes. Other high profile guests at the star-studded event included Leonardo DiCaprio, Sienna Miller, Marion Cotillard, Antonio Banderas, Diane Kruger, Eva Longoria, Jake Gyllenhaa among others.
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Cannes — Mexico’s second biggest all-time box office hit, “Nosotros Los Nobles” (“The Noble Family”) will be remade for Colombia by leading local production company Dynamo Prods. with helmer/scribe Felipe Martinez Amador set to direct.
Martinez Amador’s credits include “Bluff” and a number of TV shows including “Tiempo Final,” Kdabra” and “Cumbia Ninja” for Fox International Pictures (Fip).
The original “Nosotros Los Nobles” comedy, helmed by Gary Alazraki, revolves around a wealthy man who decides to teach his entitled kids a lesson by pretending to have lost all his fortune. Pic broke the all-time record of 2002 priest scandal drama “El Crimen del Padre Amaro” soon after its release in 2013. It held the top spot until Eugenio Derbez’s comedy “No Se Aceptan Devoluciones” (“No Instructions Included”) was released the same year and more than doubled “Nobles’” admissions record of 7.1 million.
- Anna Marie de la Fuente
At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.
New on DVD and Blu-ray
A lot of fans have been waiting for this one to come out. Bradley Cooper plays U.S. Navy Seal Chris Kyle in Clint Eastwood's Oscar-nominated war drama, which arrives on DVD and Blu-Ray on May 19. You'll have to wait until June 16 for Netflix or Redbox, but if you pick up the Blu-Ray you get special features like "One Soldier's Story: The Journey of American Sniper" and "The Making of American Sniper."
Looking for something a little more highbrow than a "Hot Tub" sequel? »
- Gina Carbone
The 1982 film has now gone to Arte (France), Shochiku (Japan) and Lucky Red (Italy) with a Us deal in negotiation.
Almodóvar’s second film follows a nymphomaniac pop star who falls in love with a gay Middle-Eastern prince. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Geoffrey Macnab)
“It’s best not to think of her as a woman. That would be a mistake.”
These words are uttered by Kenneth (Ewan McGregor) to freelance operative Paul (Michael Fassbender) in a scene somewhere toward the end of Steven Soderbergh’s truly excellent but much ignored action movie Haywire. The woman they are referring to is Mallory Kane (Gina Carano) and the reason they are trying to divorce themselves from the notion of her femininity is she is far too dangerous to underestimate. Interestingly, this line also has another meaning; that dwelling at the heart of the film is an argument for gender equality, not only in the world of the film but action movies in general. Critically praised but snubbed by audiences, could the failure of Haywire’s attempt to cement Gina Carano as a bona fide action star be blamed on Hollywood’s oversaturation of familiar tent pole franchises, »
- Liam Dunn
Dashing, refined and articulate, 26-year-old French actor Pierre Niney gained mainstream popularity in France with EuropaCorp romantic laugher “It Boy,” and broke out last year on a larger stage in Jalil Lespert’s “Yves Saint Laurent.” His performance as the famed fashion designer earned him a Cesar award for best actor.
Niney trained at the prestigious Comedie-Francaise, and started his acting career in theater, but he has a soft spot for silent film comedy. “I grew up watching Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton,” he says. “When preparing a role, I work first on the body language and physical aspects of the performance; the psychological dimension comes naturally, once I’m in character.”
Niney wowed the crowd with his versatility at the recent Colcoa fest celebrating French films in L.A., playing a troubled writer in Yann Gozlan’s Alfred Hitchcock-influenced thriller “A Perfect Man” (which »
- Elsa Keslassy
In honor of Jane the Virgin’s first-season finale, Vulture reached out to Anthony Mendez, a.k.a. the show's Latin lover narrator, to find out all his favorite moments to narrate, and get some tips and tricks to being the best narrator you can be. The conversation branched off into a discussion of how the show is redefining TV narration, breaking through the glass ceiling of midwestern accents, and diversifying the voices we hear on television.The narrator has been so influential to the tone of Jane the Virgin, and so much of voice work depends on the tenor of your voice. How did you come to the point of finding just the right tone? That's a very good question. In terms of the tone, obviously it's a combination of the character voice, which is something I've had in my repertoire anyway — the Latin lover, Antonio Banderas kind of thing. »
- Libby Hill
Stars: Antonio Banderas, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen, Dylan McDermott, Melanie Griffith, Robert Forster, Tim McInnerny, Andy Nyman, David Ryall, Javier Bardem, Andrew Tiernan, Lyubomir Neikov, Krasimir Kutsurapov, Geraldine Somerville | Written by Gabe Ibáñez, Igor Legarreta, Javier Sánchez Donate | Directed by Gabe Ibáñez
Thirty years in the future, mankind struggles to survive as the environment deteriorates. Technology combats the prevailing uncertainty and fear with the creation of the first quantum android, the Automata Pilgrim 7000. Roc corporation has set forth security protocols to ensure mankind maintains control over the manufactured population. However, as Roc insurance agent Jacq Vaucan investigates cases surrounding defective androids, he begins to uncover the secrets behind who is really manipulating the Automata Pilgrim 7000 – and the truth is far more complex than the make or model of any machine.
Take I-Robot, Blade Runner and a hefty tome on the philosophy of life, remove most of the action, stir in a »
- Richard Axtell
China Film Group is financing the film. Buck won the Pulitzer Prize in 1931 for her novel “The Good Earth,” about the struggle of Chinese farmers, and the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938, “for her rich and truly epic descriptions of peasant life in China and for her biographical masterpieces.”
Buck spent most of her life in China, first as a missionary and later as a novelist who started writing to support her mentally challenged daughter in a special school. The story will take place following the Nanking Incident in 1927, which launched the struggle known as the »
- Dave McNary
Zac Efron let it pretty much all show on the Georgia set of the upcoming comedy "Dirty Grandpa" this week. The actor flashed not just his chiseled torso but was running around in a pair of very tight flesh colored undies that got a little 'crack happy' at points. He did have a stuffed toy covering his manhood though for the scene.
Check out Just Jared for over two dozen photos. Speaking of Efron, his next film due for release "We Are Your Friends," has locked in an August 28th release date.
Ghost in the Shell
Walt Disney Pictures has moved up the release of DreamWorks' 3D film adaptation of the Japanese manga "Ghost in the Shell" by two weeks and will now open March 31st 2017. Rupert Sanders helms the project which stars Scarlett Johansson and will now go up against Sony's untitled Smurfs animation film.
The original »
- Garth Franklin
Alcon Entertainment has inked a November 13, 2015 release date for "The 33" via Warner Bros., per the companies' longterm motion picture agreement. Oscar-nominated producer Mike Medavoy ("Black Swan"), who brought the project to Alcon, worked closely with families and rescuers to tell this 2010 story of 33 miners who were trapped half a mile underground for 69 days after the collapse of a 121-year-old copper-gold mine. Starring Antonio Banderas, Lou Diamond Phillips, Rodrigo Santoro and Juliette Binoche as one of the entombed miner's sisters, the film is entirely in English, with Chilean accents, which should secure its international appeal (while annoying others). Shot in working mines in Colombia and Chile, the film marks Patricia Riggen's feature film followup to 2007's "Under the Same Moon." "The 33" is written by Mikko Alanne, Craig Borten ("Dallas Buyers Club") and Michael Thomas from José Rivera's »
- Ryan Lattanzio
If you don't believe awards season runs 365 days a year look no further than the news today that Alcon Entertainment has acquired the U.S. rights to "The 33." Based on the Copiapó mining accident in 2010, the new drama centers on 33 minters who were trapped for 69 days in a collapsed copper-gold mine in Northern Chile. Their plight captured the attention of the world and, surprise, Hollywood came calling. Independently financed by Phoenix Pictures and Half Circle, "33" is being distributed in Chile by 20th Century Fox, but not in the U.S. The news Alcon came on board and Warner Bros. will distribute makes this a somewhat unusual story. Alcon announced that WB will release "The 33" on Nov. 13 which is smack dab in the middle of Oscar season. Warner Bros. marketing and publicity teams have three other films that are expected to be awards players; Scott Cooper's "Black Mass," Jeff Nichols »
- Gregory Ellwood
The La-based company has acquired North America and most international rights to the Chilean mine collapse survival story and will channel the Us release via its Warner Bros output deal on November 13.
Warner Bros will distribute The 33 across the bulk of international markets. Good Universe, whom lead producer Mike Medavoy initially hired some time ago to sell international, continues to service the closed deals.
Fox International holds Latin American rights and will kick off in Chile on August 6 to mark the fifth anniversary of the San Jose mine collapse that took place in the Atacama Desert in the north of the country.
Chinese distribution will be set by Alcon and Alan Zhang, the film’s Chinese executive producer who invested in the project.
Patricia Riggen directed the drama starring Antonio Banderas, Juliette Binoche, Mario Casas, Lou Diamond Phillips, Rodrigo Santoro, Gabriel Byrne and James Brolin. The producers sought out Riggen after they saw her work on »
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The La-based outfit has acquired North America and most international rights to the Chilean mine collapse survival story and will channel the Us release via its Warner Bros output deal on November 13.
Warner Bros will distribute across the bulk of international markets after lead producer Mike Medavoy concluded what he called “amicable” talks with Good Universe to take back the rights.
Fox International handles Latin America, while Chinese distribution will be set between Alcon and a Chinese party that made an investment in the project.
The 33 is based on true events surrounding the 69-day ordeal of a group of mostly Chilean miners trapped more than 200 stories below ground in 100 degree heat. As the world watched, every miner was eventually rescued.
Banderas plays Mario Sepulveda, the miner who became known as ‘Super Mario’ for his »
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Alcon Entertainment has acquired North American and the majority of international distribution rights to The 33, the Patricia Riggen-directed drama about the 2010 Chilean mine disaster that trapped the miners for 69 days at the bottom of a gold and copper mine in 2010. Antonio Banderas, Juliette Binoche, Mario Casas, Lou Diamond Phillips, Rodrigo Santoro, Gabriel Byrne and James Brolin star. Warner Bros, where Alcon has its output deal, will release the film November 13… »
Alcon Entertainment has acquired North American and the majority of international distribution rights to Chilean mining rescue drama “The 33″ and set a Nov. 13 release date in the U.S. through Warner Bros.
“The 33,” based on the 2010 Chilean mine disaster, is directed by Patricia Riggen (“Girl in Progress”) and stars Antonio Banderas, Juliette Binoche, Mario Casas, Lou Diamond Phillips, Rodrigo Santoro, Gabriel Byrne and James Brolin.
The film tells the longest underground survival story in history, of the 33 Chilean miners who were trapped for 69 days more than 200 stories underground, enduring heat of 100 degrees Fahrenheit beneath a megaton boulder twice the size of the Empire State Building. The film was shot in real working mines in Colombia and Chile. »
- Dave McNary
Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove's Alcon Entertainment has snapped up North American rights, as well as the majority of international rights, to Chilean mine disaster movie The 33, setting a Nov. 13 release date via Warner Bros. Directed by Patricia Riggen, the drama stars Antonio Banderas, Juliette Binoche, Mario Casas, Lou Diamond Phillips, Rodrigo Santoro, Gabriel Byrne and James Brolin. Producer Mike Medavoy developed the project in cooperation with the miners, their families and rescuers. He produced 33 alongside Robert Katz and Edward McGurn. “We don’t acquire many films, but we’re particularly excited to bring this incredible true story of
- Pamela McClintock
Alcon Entertainment has acquired North American distribution rights to mining drama “The 33” starring Antonio Banderas, Juliette Binoche, Lou Diamond Phillips and Rodrigo Santoro. The film is slated for a November 13, 2015 release, the company announced Tuesday. “The 33” tells the real-life story of the 33 Chilean miners who were trapped more than 200 stories underground enduring 100 degrees Fahrenheit beneath a megaton boulder twice the size of the Empire State Building for 69 days following the collapse of the San Jose copper and gold mine. Fox has the distribution rights to the film in Latin America, while Alcon/WB have »
- Linda Ge
Very seldom do movies manage to unite critics in mutual abhorrence, but “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2” is doing just that. The sequel to the 2009 Kevin James comedy about a bumbling security guard is not just being blasted in reviews, it’s been decimated ahead of its opening weekend. The alleged comedy currently has a zero percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. That puts it on par with other “classics” like the 1999 Dennis Rodman action flick “Simon Sez,” and the Antonio Banderas/Lucy Liu clunker “Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever.” See Photos: 21 Movie Sequels That Took Forever to Hit the Big Screen Ouch. »
- Joe Otterson
Celebs who get into the fashion game have the odds notoriously stacked against them. For every Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, there are a dozen DMXs, LiLos and even SPJs (whose clothing brands Bloodline, 6126 and Bitten have...well, bitten the dust). Next up to bat may be Antonio Banderas, he of smouldering accent and, yes, refined style, who announced his move into fashion, The Huffington Post reported. "I'm going to study clothing design. It's something that has been on my mind for a long time," he announced on a British talk show. While such a statement might cue eye rolling from dedicated fashion plates, consider this: By "study clothing design," he doesn't mean »
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