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We saw Tom Cruise and his co-star Rebecca Ferguson jumping off Vienna's state opera house the other weekend, now some footage has gone up of some explosions and car stunts being pulled off for the film in both Vienna and Morocco where the production moved to over the holiday weekend.
In fact, Morocco will close down a major highway between Agadir and Casablanca for two weeks to accommodate filming of the Christopher McQuarrie-helmed feature. Shooting in the North African country will take place across several cities including Casablanca, Marrakech and Rabat. Cruise arrived in Rabat on Saturday.
Having lost "Star Wars: Episode VII" to Abu Dhabi, the Moroccan government is said to be bending over backwards to accommodate high-profile foreign productions. Most recently they hosted filming on Werner Herzog's "Queen of the Desert" starring Nicole Kidman.
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- Garth Franklin
Long-rumoured project to begin casting this month with a shoot planned for 2015.
The original crime novel, first published in 2002, was set in Victorian London and centred on young women who are petty thieves (fingersmiths). Park’s adaptation will be set in Korea during the time of Japanese rule.
The film’s Korean title phonetically reads “Agashi”, meaning ‘young lady’ or ‘miss’. The English title has yet to be decided.
He has intermittently made shorts including A Rose Reborn, which will screen in the upcoming Busan International Film Festival’s Wide Angle section, but today’s »
- email@example.com (Jean Noh)
Director: Rowan Joffe
Running Time: 92 mins
Synopsis: A woman wakes up every day, remembering nothing as a result of a traumatic accident in her past. One day, new terrifying truths emerge that force her to question everyone around her.
Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth are husband and wife again for Before I Go To Sleep, the tense thriller based on the debut novel by Sj Watson. Christine (Kidman) wakes every morning with no memory of the previous ten years, or the life she’s had. Every morning, her husband Ben (Firth) explains that she loses any new memories every night when she goes to sleep.
Unbeknownst to Ben (and – until he reminds her – Christine), Christine has been seeing a doctor who is working out new ways of getting her memory back and bit by bit the pieces are falling back into place »
- Amanda Keats
“Before I Go To Sleep” is a risky title for a genre exercise intended to keep viewers bolt upright in their seats, handing mirthful critics a ready-made punchline at the first sign of lethargy. The good news is that Rowan Joffe’s adaptation of S.J. Watson’s 2011 publishing phenom is far from a snooze; the bad news is that it’s the film’s escalating, po-faced ludicrousness that holds our attention. Starring a typically hard-working Nicole Kidman as a short-term amnesiac unsure whether she’s being played by her husband, her shrink or both, With David Fincher’s similarly targeted “Gone Girl” already siphoning its buzz, this dopey diversion will need the novel’s fans to turn out en masse to avoid being forgotten by morning.
A planned Halloween release Stateside — weeks after the film’s Sept. 5 release in Blighty and elsewhere — might lead auds to expect an out-and-out frightfest, »
- Guy Lodge
Reteamed once again with Colin Firth, her co-star in The Railway Man, Nicole Kidman stars as an amnesia victim whose brain resets back to 13 years ago after each night’s slumber in the decidedly average psychological thriller Before I Go to Sleep. Writer-director Rowan Joffe’s adaptation of S.J. Watson’s bestseller honors the lurid spirit of the page-turner enough to satisfy fans, but he doesn’t transmute the material into something richer and deeper the way, say, Alfred Hitchcock could, despite the film’s many Hitchcockian nods. Opening in Britain on Sept. 5 and then Stateside in October, this
- Leslie Felperin
Following a brain injury in her twenties, 40-year-old Christine (Nicole Kidman) has a form of amnesia that wipes out her memory every time she sleeps. So every morning, her husband Ben (Colin Firth) must fill in the details of her life. But when a psychologist (Mark Strong) urges her to keep a video diary, it forces her to question everything she's been told about her past »
Making the best-seller list on both sides of the pond, Sj Watson's debut novel Before I Go to Sleep was surely a no-brainer for film investors. Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth and Mark Strong add value to this British psychological thriller with faint echoes of Memento in that its heroine suffers from a perilous case of amnesia. Gradually, the pieces come together to reveal that the film is less than the sum of its parts, trading instead on a certain soapy noir appeal.
A dingy domestic setting heightens the internal claustrophobia - of being trapped in a body that is unfamiliar - for Christine Lucas, who wakes up every day thinking she is still in college only to be confronted in the mirror with the face of a 40-year-old. It's only very slightly lined, »
Now past the pain and happily married to Keith Urban, who she wed in 2006, the actress said she and the country music superstar are happier than ever and going strong.
"Keith always says, 'We're lucky we met late in life,'" the 47-year-old beauty told Net-a-Porter's The Edit magazine in a new interview. "'The sadness of that is we can't have six kids together, but the greatness of that is [we are ...
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Nicole Kidman puts her marriage to Tom Cruise in its place in a surprisingly candid interview in The Edit, and looks damn good doing it showing off fall clothes for Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and Dkny. Kidman, 47, has been an A-list star since her breakout role in the 1989 thriller “Dead Calm.” But that doesn’t mean she hasn’t lived through her own personal hell, namely her 1990 to 2001 marriage to Cruise [...] »
As we look in the rearview mirror of the summer blockbusters, September heralds the start of the fall movie season. Filled with Hollywood heavyweights and A-listers, here’s our Big list of the most anticipated movies coming to cinemas this autumn and during the holidays.
Our exhaustive list includes films that are playing at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival as well the ones that already have a theatrical release date. With the awards season on the horizon, we also added a few bonus films at the end to keep your eye out for in the months ahead.
Pull up a chair, grab a pen and paper and get ready for Wamg’s Guide to the 100+ Films This Fall And Holiday Season.
We kick it off with what’s showing in Toronto at the film festival that runs September 4 – 14.
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Nicole Kidman's personal life has been chock-full of soaring highs and devastating lows. The Oscar winner opened up about her struggles and peaks in the new issue of The Edit, detailing all that she has been through to get to the happy place she is in now. Kidman, 47, spoke about one of her husband Keith Urban's recent concerts, when he stopped the show in Australia to dedicate a song to his wife, saying into the microphone, "Eight years, baby girl. This song is for you. I [...] »
Nicole Kidman is opening up about her happy marriage to Keith Urban. Although the cute couple married when she was 39 and he was 38, the Oscar winner says she's glad to have found true love. "Keith always says, 'We're lucky we met late in life. The sadness of that is we can't have six kids together, but the greatness of that is [we are done] with all the other stuff, so now we are totally present for this.' That's a great thing to hear from a man," Kidman tells The Edit. The lovebirds recently celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary during one of Urban's concerts and he gave his wife a loving shout-out from the stage. "Eight years, baby girl," Urban said. »
The Weinstein Co. just sent over the above first look at Nicole Kidman in the upcoming live-action/CG-hybrid feature Paddington, the new movie based on the beloved fictional character from children's literature created by Michael Bond in 1958, along with a new teaser poster for the film at the bottom of this post. Paddington follows the comic misadventures of a young Peruvian bear (voiced by Ben Whishaw) with a passion for all things British who travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he begins to realize that city life is not all he had imagined - until he meets the kindly Brown family who read the label around his neck -- "Please look after this bear. Thank you." -- and offer him a temporary haven. It looks as though his luck has changed until this rarest of bears catches the eye of »
- Brad Brevet
The latest poster has been released for Paddington, the rather charming looking Christmas movie which blends a CGI Paddington Bear with a live-action setting and a cast including Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, and Peter Capaldi (if you missed the first trailer, it can be found by clicking here).
For those of you wondering who it is voicing Paddington, it was recently revealed that Skyfall star Ben Whishaw had taken over from Colin Firth (The King’s Speech). It was a decision which both Firth and the movie’s director and producers all agreed with after realising that the beloved bear would be better off with a younger voice!
Along with a lovely new poster, we also have a first look at Nicole Kidman in Paddington as a sinister taxidermist who will seemingly be the one to set her sights on the sandwich loving bear in the movie. »
- Josh Wilding
The 41st Telluride Film Festival, which has become a harbinger of heavyweight Oscar contenders over the past few years, has announced its schedule for the fest – which opens Friday and runs through Labor Day — just as a charter planeload of industry festgoers departs Lax. Despite a well-publicized battle with the upcoming Toronto Film Festival over Oscar-buzzed movies, Telluride honchos Tom Luddy, Gary Meyer and Julie Huntsinger have some pretty impressive contenders in the mix. Of course, film-freak paradise that it is, Telluride is not all about hot awards titles but a mix of programming that always whets the appetite of movie lovers who flock here each Labor Day weekend.
That said, Oscar watchers will be eagerly lining up for Fox Searchlight and New Regency’s Birdman, which is coming directly from its opening-night slot at the Venice Film Festival where it received rapturous reviews — not only for star Michael Keaton »
- Pete Hammond
Lionsgate has announced it will re-release its gruesome 2004 franchise-launcher Saw in a limited nationwide run this Halloween, giving horror fanatics something to mark their calendars for. Saw will open for a one week 10th anniversary engagement on Friday, October 31 with Thursday midnights in select locations. The serial killer pic spawned a seven-film, $874 million franchise with a simple high concept premise: Two men wake up in the lair of a serial killer named Jigsaw, forced to do the unthinkable to survive while figuring out their captor’s identity.
The gory thriller not only gave birth to the most succesful horror franchise in history, it also launched the career of director James Wan, who went on to helm recent hits Insidious, The Conjuring, Insidious: Chapter 2, and Universal’s upcoming Fast & Furious 7. Wan’s Saw co-writer Leigh Whannell starred in the first film and is now set to make his directorial debut with Insidious: Chapter 3. »
- Jen Yamato
Posters for a trio of fall releases have landed online. Briefly: The Judge – The first The Judge poster puts Robert Downey Jr. in a precarious position, as he’s forced to defend his father (Robert Duvall)—a judge—in the court of law. The film marks director David Dobkin’s first foray into drama and I’m curious to see how it comes together when I catch its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next week. The tagline is…interesting. The pic opens in theaters on October 10th. Foxcatcher – The previous poster for Bennett Miller’s highly anticipated drama focused on Channing Tatum’s Olympic wrestler character, but this new poster is all about the transformed Steve Carell as eccentric millionaire John du Pont. This is another film that will be screening at Tiff before its theatrical bow on November 14th. Paddington – A new poster for the live-action »
- Adam Chitwood
Having survived the wholesale replacement of his voice – with Ben Whishaw taking over for Colin Firth when his film’s team decided to go in a younger direction with the character – Paddington Bear is now headed for our cinemas with all due speed. To remind us of that fact, and even though this new image carries the Us release date (we see the film November 28), here is the latest poster for his new cinematic outing, courtesy of Moviefone. The furry friend with the marmalade fetish is hitting screens thanks to Bunny And The Bull director Paul King, marshalling a script he wrote via a mix of live-action and CG. The story sees Paddington come to stay with the Browns, led by Hugh Bonneville and Sally Hawkins. There, while he’s good-natured, his inquisitive inclinations lead him into trouble more than once.And that’s not his biggest problem, either. The »
Empire Magazine has released high quality version of two of the previously released photos from Joss Whedon's "Avengers: Age Of Ultron". The first showing Whedon and actor Jeremy Renner on the set, the second a shot of Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark And Mark Ruffalo's Bruce Banner.
Next comes new shots of the huggable robot Baymax in the Disney/Marvel animated feature "Big Hero 6," followed by a first look at Riley - the 11-year-old girl at the center of Pixar's "Inside Out". That film deals with the clashing personalities of the colorful emotions that populate her mind.
Finally there's a new shot of Meryl Streep in the film adaptation of the Sondheim musical "Into the Woods," a new shot of Benedict Cumberbatch in "The Imitation Game," a first look at Nicole Kidman in "Paddington," and a photo of Jennifer Lawrence in David O. Russell's period »
- Garth Franklin
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