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Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass are 'Bourne' again. Are they Hollywood's top actor/director pair?

17 September 2014 3:00 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

In a development that feels more inevitable than surprising, Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass are in talks to get back into the Bourne business. The two had sent mixed messages over the years, ever since Jason Bourne disappeared in the murky East River at the end of The Bourne Ultimatum in 2007, with the major roadblock being Damon’s insistence that a reluctant Greenglass direct, while Universal handed the franchise over to writer-turned-director Tony Gilroy. But with Gilroy’s Bourne Legacy, starring Jeremy Renner, failing to live up to the original three Bourne films at the box office, and Damon’s recent non-Bourne projects, »

- Jeff Labrecque

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Unhappily ever after? 10 great films about struggling romances

12 September 2014 9:03 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby is about a couple, but it isn’t necessarily a love story: Eleanor (Jessica Chastain) and Conor (James McAvoy) are happily married until a tragic event shakes them and separates them. It’s no Blue Valentine, but it’s no The Notebook either—the movie depicts two people united by marriage and trauma dealing with their grief in very different ways.

That plot alone might not sound entirely intriguing at first glance, but director Ned Benson created three separate films out of the story to create three different experiences. There’s Them, which opens Friday »

- Ariana Bacle

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Venice/Toronto: Films Distribution Says ‘Goodnight Mommy’ (Exclusive)

25 August 2014 5:42 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A genre connoisseur, Paris-based Films Distribution has swooped on world sales rights to “Goodnight Mommy,” an intriguing combination of an unnerving chiller and production by Austrian auteur Ulrich Seidl.

World premiering in Venice Horizons, “Mommy” will then segue to Toronto for its North American bow in the fest’s Vanguard section. Produced by Vienna’s Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion, “Goodnight Mommy” also marks the fiction feature directorial debut of Veronika Franz, Seidl’s co-scribe in a collaboration which began with 2001’s “Dog Days,” and takes in 2007’s “Import/Export” and the “Paradise” movie trilogy. Franz co-directs “Goodnight Mommy” with Austrian Severin Fiala.

Set in the heat of the summer at an isolated modernist country house which starkly contrasts with the surrounding woods and cornfields, psychological horror film “Mommy” turns on two ten-year-old twins whose mother returns home grotesquely swathed in bandages after plastic surgery.

Stern and distant, she shuts herself off, »

- John Hopewell

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Movie Moments: Proclamations of Love through the Medium of Song

21 August 2014 4:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

God Help the Girl is a tale of love and despair through the medium of song and dance, starring Emily Brown and Olly Alexander. Written and directed by Belle & Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch, the film in part follows Alexander’s bewitched James and his adoration of Eve (Browning,) a troubled, medicated songwriter.

To celebrate the film’s release we take a look at some of the best proclamations of love via the magical form of song in cinema.

Pretty in Pink: Try a Little Tenderness Dir. Howard Deutch, 1986

Admittedly this sequence is mimed, but mimed to Otis Redding and with such panache that Jon Cryer’s Duckie is easily forgiven. Besotted with his best friend and sadly not as bold with his feelings as he is with his sense of fashion, Duckie’s extravagant routine is as a means of impressing his audience; a bewildered Andie (Molly Ringwald)and the quietly impressed Iona. »

- Beth Webb

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Stand Out From the Competition; Alexia Landeau Toplines Zoe Cassavetes’ “Day Out Of Days”

20 August 2014 10:45 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

While still an active member of what I would call a French-u.S galpal filmmaker clique, the name of Zoe Cassavetes has painfully been absent from the indie scene since her feature film debut Broken English (2007) landed in Park City. Working with the ageism theme, more specifically, the drawbacks of working as an actress in/against/for the Hollywood system that were recently touched upon in Olivier Assayas’ Sils Maria and David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars, Cassavetes muse and co-writer Alexia Landeau (also featured in sister Xan CassavetesKiss of the Damned) has according to the Deadline folks toplined  Cassavetes’ sophomore film. Melanie Griffith, Eddie Izzard, Cheyenne Jackson, Vincent Kartheiser, Alessandro Nivola, Brooke Smith and Bellamy Young also star in the pic that went went into production last month. Produced by Gina Kwon (The Future) and Kate Roughan, look for Day Out Of Days to have a Sundance berth. »

- Eric Lavallee

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Zoe Cassavetes Ponders Plight Of The L.A. Actress In ‘Day Out Of Days’

19 August 2014 5:31 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: After her debut feature Broken English snagged distribution out of Sundance and a pair of Independent Spirit Award nominations, filmmaker Zoe Cassavetes linked up with actress pal Alexia Landeau to write her sophomore feature. Landeau, who appeared in Cassavetes’ first film, the 2000 short Men Make Women Crazy Theory, now leads the Day Out Of Days cast as a 40-year-old actress struggling to make it in the cutthroat business of Hollywood while contending with ever-youthful competition.

Joining Landeau in Day Out Of Days are Melanie Griffith, Eddie Izzard, Cheyenne Jackson, Vincent Kartheiser, Alessandro Nivola, Brooke Smith and Bellamy Young. Cassavetes just wrapped a 17-day shoot on location in La, a production made possible by a successful $60,000 FundAnything crowdfunding campaign that Cassavetes and her fellow producers Gina Kwon (Camp X-Ray, The Future, The Motel, Me and You and Everyone We Know) and Kate Roughan (Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin and the Farm Midwives) launched last year. »

- Jen Yamato

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Daily | Menahem Golan, 1929 – 2014

9 August 2014 4:59 AM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

Though his name is most commonly associated with the Charles Bronson and Chuck Norris action movies that Cannon Films churned out in the 1980s, Menahem Golan, who has died at the age of 85, also produced films directed by the likes of John Cassavetes (Love Streams), Andrei Konchalovsky (Maria's Lovers and Runaway Train), Robert Altman (Fool For Love), Franco Zeffirelli (Otello), Barbet Schroeder (Barfly), Norman Mailer (Tough Guys Don't Dance) and, perhaps most famously, Jean-Luc Godard, whose adaptation of Shakespeare's King Lear features Burgess Meredith, Molly Ringwald, Julie Delpy—and Woody Allen. » - David Hudson »

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2015 Oscar Predictions: First Look at the Best Original Screenplay Category

7 August 2014 1:30 PM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Another day, another new category as I continue to open the doors to my 2015 Oscar predictions, today exploring the other half of this year's screenplays with 19 contenders for Best Original Screenplay and in this category there may be a little more to discuss as more of the films on my list have actually been seen. To begin my #1 is Richard Linklater's screenplay for Boyhood. Twelve years in the making and to see the finished product makes me wish I was privy to his notes from the very beginning to see how it all ended up. Linklater has seen his screenplays for Before Sunset and Before Midnight (both co-written with Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy) nominated in the past and given the overwhelming love for this film I think it's safe to assume a third nomination is in the offing and right now I see it as the definite front-runner »

- Brad Brevet

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The Future Of ‘Boyhood’ According To Richard Linklater

4 August 2014 1:16 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Boyhood director, Richard Linklater has theorised about how the film could continue in a similar vein.

The award winning film follows Mason (Ellar Coltrane) from the age of six to eighteen, but in a particularly innovative way. Linklater started filming in 2002 and added footage over a twelve year period, using the same actors. Patricia ArquetteEthan Hawke and Lorelei Linklater also star as Mason’s family. Boyhood has been a firm favourite this year with critics and audiences – perhaps helped by its smart and quirky premise.

So surely he could keep on rolling the camera for another twelve years? And another?

When posed the question in a recent interview, Linklater responded in playful fashion.

“Wouldn’t it be great if Mason left college, got on a train and met this girl in Europe…”

Of course he’s talking about his 1995 romantic drama, Before Sunrise, also starring Ethan Hawke. The actor plays Jesse, »

- Claire Joanne Huxham

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10 Great Ways Hollywood Has Given Us The Finger

1 August 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

In Guardians of the Galaxy, Chris Pratt’s Peter Quill slowly unwinds his middle finger like a jack-in-the-box as men gaze at him from the other side of smart glass warning of his imminent “obscene gesture.” Flipping the bird has now become interstellar, the latest in a long history of imaginative fingering. The gesture has evolved beyond a simple way to say “fuck you.” It’s the obvious and subtle threat between the fingers, no longer happy to simply pop up, now it dances in many forms. Some fling it in anger, some let it tease, and some see theirs blown off. It can be bloody, robotic, disembodied, Tank Girled and adamantiumed. If Hollywood put half as much effort into storytelling as they put into creative uses of the middle finger, many of the industry’s problems would be solved. For now, we have the following 10 birds, some of which are part of the “Movie Middle Finger »

- Monika Bartyzel

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Ethan Hawke rants about zebras and unicorns in exclusive clip from Boyhood

17 July 2014 4:00 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

I don’t know about you, but as long as Ethan Hawke (Before Midnight) is in a movie, talking as quickly as a Gilmore Girl on espresso, I will enjoy it. It helps that his next film, Boyhood, is written and directed by Richard Linklater, who brought the Before Sunrise trilogy into fruition with Hawke and his co-star Julie Delpy. All of this, partnered with the overwhelmingly positive critical response, has us exceedingly impatient to see Boyhood, a film twelve years in the making.

Below we have an exclusive clip from Richard Linklater’s latest film with a glimpse into what Ethan Hawke’s character must be like as a father – and he seems like a pretty good dad.

Boyhood also stars Patricia Arquette (True Romance) and newcomer Ellar Coltrane, and plays Cineplex theatres in a limited release starting on July 18, 2014.

For more Ethan Hawke, see our list of his »

- Sasha James

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Interview: Director Richard Linklater Kept Going Back to ‘Boyhood’

16 July 2014 3:23 PM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – Director Richard Linklater is a great American storyteller. In 2002, he embarked on a filmmaking journey that would be twelve years long, and conceived a fictional tale of a boy as he ages from age six to 18. Using the same actors over all those years, the result is the epic and philosophical “Boyhood.”

The power of “Boyhood” is embraced by the boy’s life cycle – portrayed by Ellar Coltrane through the ages. The ups and downs of his short but eventful existence is experienced as he grows during the 12 years. The basis for his perspective is forged through the difficulties of his estranged parents, two stepfathers and his mother’s dogged determination to keep everything together for him and his sister (portrayed by Richard Linklater’s daughter, Lorelei). Patricia Arquette (Mom) and the venerable Linklater collaborator Ethan Hawke (Dad) are around for the whole ride, and there is a poignancy »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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How many Oscars will 'Boyhood' win?

14 July 2014 11:11 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

"Boyhood" did boffo box office this weekend in its first weekend of very limited release. This slice-of-life, which follows Ellar Coltrane's character as he ages from 6 to 18, played just five theaters in Gotham and La but took in $360,000. That strong showing was buoyed by its jaw-dropping reviews: an unprecedented perfect 100 at Rotten Tomatoes and a stellar 99 at Metacritic.  -Break- It is never too early to dish the Oscars Join the fierce fight going on right now in our red-hot forums The awards pedigree of the talent involved in this IFC release is top-notch. Writer/director Richard Linklater shared in two screenplay Oscar bids with his "Before" trilogy leads Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke. Hawke features in "Boyhood" as the father of Coltrane's character while Emmy champ Patricia Arquette ("Medium") plays his mother.  Our forums are on fire as posters debate as to the likeliest Os »

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Writer-Director Linklater's Boyhood Is 'Conceptually Briliant'

12 July 2014 1:50 AM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Boyhood’ movie review: Richard Linklater has created ‘conceptually brilliant new film’ (photo: Ellar Coltrane in ‘Boyhood’) Director Richard Linklater once said, “The most unique property of cinema is how it lets you mold time, whether it’s over a long or a very brief period.” Indeed, time — and our relationship to it both philosophically and practically — has been an ongoing theme in Linklater’s work over the course of his now lengthy career, and it is once again at the center of the writer-director’s conceptually brilliant new film, which took more than twelve years to nurture: Boyhood. When we first meet Mason (Ellar Coltrane), he’s six years old and living with his mother (Patricia Arquette) and sister (Lorelei Linklater, the filmmaker’s daughter) in a small town in Texas; his dad (Ethan Hawke) is a better-than-average weekend-warrior of an absentee father. Mason is a quirky kid with an »

- Tim Cogshell

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The Films of Richard Linklater: Ranked From Best to Worst

11 July 2014 12:28 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Justin Chang: Andrew, if you’ll allow me a brief (sort of) digression before we get down to business: A few nights ago, as part of our foolhardy mission to rank the films of Richard Linklater, I watched “Waking Life” for the first time since I’d seen it at a college screening in 2001. Back then, we were both sophomores at USC (though we didn’t know each other at the time), and presumably of the ideal age and mindset to groove on the film’s kaleidoscopic visuals and similarly trippy discourse. I recall having been more bored than seduced at the time, though I’m happy to say that my very different reaction following this second viewing — which began around midnight, all the better to cultivate the optimal bleary-eyed dream state — was enough to move “Waking Life” a few notches up my own list.

At a certain point late into the movie, »

- Justin Chang and Andrew Barker

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On 'Boyhood' as Richard Linklater's Truffaut film

9 July 2014 2:52 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" is a masterpiece. Full stop. It's an effortless piece of humanist filmmaking we don't often see, particularly on these shores where the Hollywood machine has forever altered the concept of what a movie should be, where independent cinema is pushed to the fringes while soaring budget gambles dominate the status quo and the middle ground of American cinema is consistently eroded. "Boyhood" is, at last, I think, the film Linklater has been striving toward his whole career. It is his Truffaut film. When the director was making the press rounds last year for "Before Midnight," I sat down with him and star/co-writer Julie Delpy to discuss their journey with that story and those characters over the course of three films and 13 years. The expectation for more adventures in the life of Celine and Jesse had already set in, and Linklater joked that he would like »

- Kristopher Tapley

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Interview: Richard Linklater Talks 'Boyhood', the Industry and Life's Little Punctuations

7 July 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Richard Linklater on the set of BoyhoodPhoto: IFC Films If you're not yet familiar with Richard Linklater's new film Boyhood that's something you're going to want to remedy sooner rather than later. Filming began in 2002 when Linklater cast seven-year-old Ellar Coltrane as Mason and began work on a project that would take twelve years to complete. Coltrane stars as Mason as snapshots of the young boy's life were captured each and every year with Ethan Hawke playing his father who, before the film even begins, has divorced his mother (Patricia Arquette). Mason lives with his mother and sister (Richard Linklater's own daughter, Lorelei Linklater) and the film bounces through time as Mason goes from elementary school to his very first day in college. It's a film as unique as they come and another showcase for the writer/director that brought us films such as Dazed and Confused, School of Rock »

- Brad Brevet

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Linklater on Unique Time Travel Fiction 'Boyhood,' with Coltrane, Hawke & Arquette Exclusive Video

5 July 2014 3:58 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

How often do we get to see a movie that is utterly unlike anything we have ever seen before? It is rare. For his entire career, from the start with his Sundance breakout  "Slackers" in 1991, Austin filmmaker Richard Linklater has worked outside the box. He tracked the couple Celine (Julie Delpy) and Jesse (Ethan Hawke) across 18 years and three "Before" films (1995-2013), opening up the writing collaboration to his two lead actors. Linklater is a generous soul. He doesn't try to control as much as to steer his outcomes, with a great deal of confidence, something he needed with the philosophical rotoscoping animation experiments "Waking Life" and the Philip K. Dick adaptation "A Scanner Darkly." The secret of Linklater's success is his willingness to fail. He left some audiences behind with his earnest attempt to fictionalize Eric Schlosser's nonfiction food expose "Fast Food Nation," which played Cannes. But »

- Anne Thompson

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'Boyhood': The boy that grows up before our very eyes

29 June 2014 5:28 AM, PDT | The Independent | See recent The Independent news »

Richard Linklater is not a name you often hear bandied about in discussions about major film awards contenders. Though the Texan-born filmmaker has been nominated for two Oscars for screenwriting (shared with his co-writer, Kim Krizan, and stars, Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke for Before Sunset in 2004, and again with Delpy and Hawke for last year’s Before Midnight), he has never been a real front-runner, or ever received a Best Director nomination; nor have his films scooped any top prizes at major international festivals. And while he’s had some popular successes in his 29-year career – including 2003 box-office smash School of Rock and cult classic Dazed and Confused – he’s not exactly what you’d call a household name. »

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'Boyhood': Growing up before our very eyes

29 June 2014 5:28 AM, PDT | The Independent | See recent The Independent news »

Richard Linklater is not a name you often hear bandied about in discussions about major film awards contenders. Though the Texan-born filmmaker has been nominated for two Oscars for screenwriting (shared with his co-writer, Kim Krizan, and stars, Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke for Before Sunset in 2004, and again with Delpy and Hawke for last year’s Before Midnight), he has never been a real front-runner, or ever received a Best Director nomination; nor have his films scooped any top prizes at major international festivals. And while he’s had some popular successes in his 29-year career – including 2003 box-office smash School of Rock and cult classic Dazed and Confused – he’s not exactly what you’d call a household name. »

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