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New movie, new hair!
And to get into character, the 52-year-old actress is rocking some new short golden locks.
Parker was all smiles as she was snapped in Time’s Square with her new ‘do walking on set — wearing a champagne-colored, cocktail-length dress with brown strappy sandals.
The stylish star has had long dark brown hair with blonde highlights over the past few years, a choice for the character she »
- Dave Quinn
Sarah Jessica Parker is rocking a bold new hairstyle on the set of her new movie, Best Day of My Life.
Parker was spotted on the streets of New York City on Tuesday while filming her upcoming romantic drama, and the Sex and the City alum was beaming under her new short, blonde 'do.
The 52-year-old actress was all smiles as she strolled through the Big Apple set in a silver, shimmering sleeveless dress and strappy burgundy heels.
In Best Day of My Life, Parker plays a Vivienne, a New York jazz vocalist who receives a diagnosis that turns her life upside down, forcing her to reflect on her career, friendships and relationships, all while she's preparing to embark on a world tour.
Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi’s Ambi Group have announced that Renée Zellweger, Isabella Rossellini, Common, Simon Baker, Taylor Kinney and Gus Birney have joined the Sarah Jessica Parker romance Best Day Of My Life.
After she receives a diagnosis that shatters her world, Vivienne spends the next 24 hours preparing for an upcoming world tour, navigating her relationships and family obligations, and reflecting on her life.
Ambi Distribution handles worldwide sales while CAA co-represents North American sales with Ambi. Principal photography will begin this week in New York City. In addition to starring in the film, Parker will also serve as producer alongside Alison Benson, Iervolino and Bacardi »
Principal photography will begin this week in New York City on the Sarah Jessica Parker romance
The post Renée Zellweger, Common and More Join Best Day of My Life appeared first on ComingSoon.net. »
- Max Evry
Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi’s Ambi Group is producing. Parker portrays a jazz vocalist in New York City after she receives a diagnosis that shatters her world and jolts her to her core as she prepare for an upcoming world tour.
Fabien Constant is directing the film from a screenplay written by Laura Eason. Parker will also serve as producer alongside Alison Benson, Iervolino and Bacardi. The movie is being executive produced by Phil Hunt and Compton Ross of Head Gear Films, who are co-financing the film.
Principal photography will begin this week in New York City. Ambi Distribution is handles worldwide sales. CAA is co-repping the film’s domestic sale.
“Best Day of My Life” is the second collaboration between Ambi and Parker, following »
- Dave McNary
Renee Zellweger leads a group of six actors who have signed up to co-star alongside Sarah Jessica Parker in Fabien Constant’s romantic drama, “Best Day of My Life,” Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi’s Ambi Group announced Tuesday. Parker’s casting was previously announced. The film stars the “Divorce” star as Vivienne, a New York jazz vocalist who receives a life-shattering diagnosis. The story follows Vivienne over the next 24 hours as she prepares for her upcoming world tour, deals with her personal relationships, and reflects on her life. Also Read: Annapurna Signs Multi-Year Home Entertainment Deal With 20th Century Fox Along with Zellweger, »
- Jeremy Fuster
Renée Zellweger, Isabella Rossellini, Common, Simon Baker, Taylor Kinney (Zero Dark Thirty) and Gus Birney (The Mist) have joined the Sarah Jessica Parker in the romantic drama Best Day of My Life for Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi's Ambi Group. Fabien Constant (Mademoiselle C) is directing the film from a screenplay written by Laura Eason (House of Cards). Principal photography will begin this week in New York City. Best Day of My Life follows Vivienne (Parker), a… »
'The Doll' with Ossi Oswalda and Hermann Thimig: Early Ernst Lubitsch satirical fantasy starring 'the German Mary Pickford' has similar premise to that of the 1925 Buster Keaton comedy 'Seven Chances.' 'The Doll': San Francisco Silent Film Festival presented fast-paced Ernst Lubitsch comedy starring the German Mary Pickford – Ossi Oswalda Directed by Ernst Lubitsch (So This Is Paris, The Wedding March), the 2017 San Francisco Silent Film Festival presentation The Doll / Die Puppe (1919) has one of the most amusing mise-en-scènes ever recorded. The set is created by cut-out figures that gradually come to life; then even more cleverly, they commence the fast-paced action. It all begins when a shy, confirmed bachelor, Lancelot (Hermann Thimig), is ordered by his rich uncle (Max Kronert), the Baron von Chanterelle, to marry for a large sum of money. As to be expected, mayhem ensues. Lancelot is forced to flee from the hordes of eligible maidens, eventually »
- Danny Fortune
In honor of Streep’s incredible feat (which she celebrated with an epic gif of her dancing; see below), we’re looking back at the roles that got her the accolades.
(We’re just as excited as you, Meryl!)
1979: The Deer Hunter
Though she didn’t win for her turn as the girlfriend of a fallen soldier in Vietnam, the role helped establish Streep as one to watch in the awards show game, »
- Maria Yagoda and Diana Pearl
Whether or not it “does a disservice to 1995 and record-store culture,” Empire Records captured the zeitgeist with its pairing of cute, energized teen weirdos and ‘90s alt-rock. Its perfectly cast ensemble is responsible for much of the movie’s appeal, so much so that a good chunk of them went on to find much larger success in the entertainment industry.
This new video from Looper checks in on each of the core cast members (including Warren!), revealing some stuff we already know (Renee Zellweger got really, really famous) and some you probably didn‘t (um, 24-year old Coyote Shivers’ was Liv Tyler’s stepdad?).
As with most modern actors, the majority of the cast went on to find success on TV, with the likes of Rory Cochrane, Robin Tunney, and Johnny Whitworth all staking a claim on network and cable shows. What the video fails to mention, however, is ...
- Randall Colburn
The idea of “movie stars” has been on life support since the turn of the 21st Century — we live in a world where brands and intellectual property have become more important than people — but Hollywood as we know it will continue to hang on by a thread for as long as one man keeps running for its life. Tom Cruise isn’t just one of the greatest movie stars in the history of the medium, he might just be the last (depending on how Leonardo DiCaprio wants to play middle age). His face is known all over the world. His name is synonymous with big-screen entertainment. His incredible career has spanned more than 35 years, 45 roles, and hundreds upon hundreds of wild tabloid headlines. He’s been a Vietnam vet, a super-spy, a misogynistic self-help guru, a different super-spy, a samurai, a contract killer, another super-spy, a handsy bartender, a horny Chicago teenager, »
- David Ehrlich
Renée Zellweger had a trusted date by her side at the Greenwich International Film Festival in Connecticut Thursday night: her older brother, Drew.
“I always love when he comes with me,” the Oscar-winning actress, 48, told People about her brother, Drew Zellweger, 50, as they rode together in the backseat of a chauffer-driven Tesla to a yacht that took them to the gala.
Though they are close now, he admitted, jokingly adding that he “tortured” her as her “big brother” when they were kids.
“He was just doing his job getting me ready for the cold cruel world out there,” she said teasingly. »
- KC Baker
Renee Zellweger turned heads when she hit the red carpet on Thursday night.
The 48-year-old actress attended the Changemaker Honoree Gala during the Greenwich International Film Festival in Connecticut, and was given the Changemaker Award for her support in finding effective treatments and a cure for Als.
Zellweger kept her look simple, sporting a side ponytail and minimal makeup. As for her outfit, the Oscar winner donned an elegant black dress that she paired with metallic gold heels and a big statement ring.
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While Zellweger took a break from the limelight a few years ago, she's has been more out and about since the release of her film, Bridget Jones' Baby, last year. Prior to this week's gala, she attended the 54th Annual International Cinematographers Guild Publicists Awards in February in Beverly Hills, California »
“Rotterdam, I Love You” and “Berlin, I Love You,” the latest two film in the Cities of Love franchise, will shoot this summer. Both aim to be ready for the major festivals in their home cities in early 2018.
Mike Figgis, Claire Denis, Pablo Trapero and John Maybury are among the international directors joining local Dutch filmmakers Martin Koolhoven, Paula van der Oest, Joost van Ginkel, Koen Mortier, new voices Barry Atsma and Shariff Nasr, and previously announced Atom Egoyan on the anthology film.
The Berlin film, shooting in June, involves Patrick Dempsey and Renee Zellweger making their directorial debuts alongside Massy Tadjedin, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, Shekhar Kapur, Tom Van Avermaet and Fernando Eimbcke, Til Schweiger, Dennis Gansel and Dani Levy. »
- Patrick Frater
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Diego Luna is looking for love, signing on to star in romance ensemble film Berlin, I Love You. Sources say Orlando Bloom and Gemma Arterton also are in negotiations to join the anthology film, which already has Jack Huston and Sophie Turner attached to star.
Several directors will each handle one story in the project, with Patrick Dempsey and Renee Zellweger attached to make their directorial debuts as part of the film. They also will star in their segments.
- Rebecca Ford
The inaugural Dan Ireland Award, a juried cash prize of $3,000 for the director of the best film in the Louisiana International Film Festival’s New Visions / New Voices Category is sponsored by Winifred and Kevin Reilly, Jr., Renee Zellweger, Vincent D’Onofrio, Dennis Yares and Greg Kachel.
In addition to his long career as a director, teacher and co-founder of the Seattle International Film Festival, Dan Ireland served as the Artistic Director of Liff until his untimely death on April 14, 2016. The Dan Ireland Award was created in order to commemorate his dedication to new talent, storytellers and visionaries.Speaking at the Dan Ireland Award Ceremony, Chesley Heymsfield, Executive Director of Liff, said about Dan, “It was very hard for our entire team because when you work at an organization like this which is a grassroots community built organization to support local people, you become like family and it was very »
- Sydney Levine
Ed Harris directed and starred in this 2008 throwback to cowboy movies of yore, in particular 1959’s Warlock. Harris and Viggo Mortensen are the marshall and deputy of small town Appaloosa, New Mexico going toe to toe with a ruthless rancher played by Jeremy Irons. In another nod to time-honored Western tropes, Renée Zellweger plays the alluring widow who comes between the lawmaker and his right-hand man.
- TFH Team
Keep up with the always-hopping film festival world with our weekly Film Festival Roundup column. Check out last week’s Roundup right here.
– BAMcinématek has announced the full lineup for the ninth annual BAMcinemaFest (Jun 14 – 25, 2017), which features 24 New York premieres, one North American premiere, and two world premieres. Opening the festival on Wednesday, June 14 is the New York premiere of Aaron Katz’s “Gemini.” This year’s Closing Night selection is the New York premiere of Brooklyn filmmaker Alex Ross Perry’s fifth feature, “Golden Exits.”
Other highlights include “En el Séptimo Día,” “A Ghost Story,” “Landline,” and “Whose Streets.” Check out the full lineup here.
– The Greenwich International Film Festival is proud to announce the full film slate and programming for the 3rd annual festival running June 1 – 4, 2017 in Greenwich, Connecticut.
“Bending the Arc,” a documentary about the extraordinary team of doctors and activists whose work thirty years »
- Kate Erbland
Netflix has commissioned its second German production with “Dogs of Berlin,” created by writer-director Christian Alvart. The 10-part show will see Alvart serve as showrunner as well as writing, directing and producing all episodes through his Berlin-based production company Syrreal Entertainment.
Described by Netflix as an edgy modern crime drama, “Dogs of Berlin” sees two contrasting police detectives forced to team-up against their will. Finding themselves caught up in a territorial battle with the Berlin underworld, which makes them confront their own corruption and weaknesses, the pair must decide which side of the law they are really on. Syrreal CEO Siegfried Kamml will also produce.
“To develop a 10-episode show that combines innovative storytelling with complex and unique characters is incredibly exciting for me as an author and director,” Alvart said of his biggest project to date. “I wanted to tell the story of these ‘Dogs’ for quite some time and am very much looking forward to »
- Robert Mitchell
Gas stations are not places often associated with healthy eating, but Frank Beard wanted to change that perception and challenged himself to find wholesome food options for every meal while eating exclusively at gas stations for 30 days.
“The idea came from a larger story of mine,” Beard, 31, tells People. “About five years ago I lost 80 lbs. and that really tuned me into the whole discussion of how we blame eating out for a lot of the problem with weight gain.”
“Last year I was traveling four to five times a week and had to eat out all the time at »
- Gabrielle Olya
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