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Warning: Somewhat Nsfw.
Now, while we respect such a display of uninhibited revelry, it doesn't mean that anybody — and we mean anybody — necessarily wanted to see such a thing. Let's face it (or, rather, let's not) — there are just some people who need to keep their junk in the trunk.
Speaking of which, here are nine nude scenes that made us wanna cover our eyes.
The opening shot of director Sidney Lumet's last film shows Philip Seymour Hoffman energetically humping Marisa Tomei. Say what you will about the big guy, but he seems a more than capable lover ... not that we needed any visual proof of that. »
- Zach Laws
Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton have had long careers, both of them have won Oscars, and both of them are so popular and prolific that you'd have to assume they crossed paths at some point, right? Nope. The two will be filming their first movie together this year-- and even better, they'll be getting romantically involved to do it. Myriad Pictures announced the two will star in Richard Loncraine.s comedy Life Itself, and they.ll play a long-married couple, so they.re really going to get some screen time together in a plot that sounds more enjoyable than most of the feel-good projects that Keaton usually gets herself into. The film is Loncraine.s first since 2009.s My One and Only, and he.s reteaming with that film.s screenwriter Charlie Peters (3 Men and a Little Lady), who adapted it from the much-loved novel Heroic Measures by Jill Ciment. »
Academy Award winner Diane Keaton will star with Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman for the first time on screen in a new dramedy Life Itself based on the Jill Ciment novel ‘Heroic Measures.’ The heartwarming comedy will be directed by an award winning British director of television (The Gathering Storm) and film (Richard III), Richard Loncraine. The screenplay was written by Charlie Peters (My One and Only). Freeman and Keaton will play Alex and Ruth, a married couple in New York City who are forced to move from the downtown apartment they’ve lived most of their lies after a real estate bidding war. Myriad Pictures »
- Nick Martin
Myriad Pictures announced today that Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman ( The Shawshank Redemption , The Dark Knight Rises , Driving Miss Daisy , The Bucket List ) and Academy Award winner Diane Keaton ( Something's Gotta Give , The Big Wedding , "The Godfather" trilogy, Annie Hall ) will star together for the first time in the heartwarming comedy Life Itself . The film will be directed by award-winning director Richard Loncraine ( The Gathering Storm , My One and Only , Firewall , Wimbledon and Richard III ), and is based on the acclaimed novel "Heroic Measures" by Jill Ciment, from a screenplay written by Charlie Peters. In the film, Keaton and Freeman play a long-married New York City couple who find themselves swept into an emotional and »
Myriad Pictures has announced that Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton will star in "Life Itself", a heartwarming comedy directed by Richard Loncraine (Wimbledon, Firewall). The film's based on the acclaimed "Heroic Measures" novel written by Jill Ciment which Charlie Peters is adapting for the screen. Revelations Entertainment is producing "Life Itself" in association with Latitude Productions. Producers are Curtis Burch, Lori McCreary, Tracy Mercer and Peters while Freeman serves as executive producer via Revelations. "Life Itself" tell the story of one eventful weekend in the life of Ruth (Keaton) and Alex (Freeman), an aging New York couple who have finally decided to sell their East Village apartment of 40 years. They fear that they are getting too old »
Morgan Freeman has signed up to co-star with Diane Keaton in a dramedy titled Life Itself, which is based on a novel by Jill Ciment titled Heroic Measures. Here's Amazon's description of the novel: New York City is on high alert—a gasoline truck is “stuck” in the Midtown tunnel and the driver has fled. Through panic and gridlock, Alex and Ruth must transport their beloved old dachshund—whose back legs are suddenly paralyzed—to the animal hospital, using a cutting board as a stretcher. But this is also the weekend when Alex and Ruth must sell the apartment in which they have lived for most of their adult lives. Over the course of »
Based on the Jill Ciment novel Heroic Measures, the story follows a long-married New York couple who find themselves swept into an emotional and comical real estate bidding war when they put their beloved downtown apartment on the market.
The soon must come to terms with the possibility of moving from the home where they have spent most of their adult lives. Charlie Peters adapted the screenplay.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
Project was introduced at Cannes, where Myriad Pictures is selling international rights. CAA and Wme Global co-rep North American rights.
Freeman’s Revelations Entertainment will produce “Life Itself” in association with Latitude Prods. Producers are Lori McCreary, Curtis Burch, Charlie Peters and Tracy Mercer. Freeman is exec producing.
Script, written by Charlie Peters, is based on Jill Ciment’s novel “Heroic Measures.” Keaton and Freeman will play a long-married New York City couple who find themselves in a real estate bidding war when they put their downtown apartment on the market — forcing them to deal with possibility of moving from the home where they have spent most of their adult lives.
- Dave McNary
If Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach are the modern day Diane Keaton and Woody Allen, then "Frances Ha" is their "Annie Hall," except with the color palette of "Manhattan." Shot in relative anonymity, and not officially announced until the Toronto International Film Festival unveiled its 2012 lineup last July, the black-and-white film focuses on the title character (played by Gerwig), a struggling 28-year-old modern dancer coming of age in New York. ("I'm sorry, I'm not a real person yet," Frances says at one point.)
Gerwig and Baumbach co-wrote "Frances Ha" together, giving the film an infectious blend of energetic pathos. (Their on- and off-screen relationship was documented in a recent New Yorker profile.) With "Frances Ha" out on May 17, Gerwig, 29, spoke to The Huffington Post about the film's hush-hush origins, her thoughts on fellow 2013 indie sensation "Spring Breakers," and whether things are getting better for female writers in Hollywood.
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- Christopher Rosen
Director: Rob Reiner
An egocentric real estate agent’s life is turned upside down when he takes in a granddaughter he never knew, and unexpectedly falls in love with his neighbor.
Intl. sales: Foresight Unlimited
Director: Stephen Gaghan
Key Cast: Omar Sy,
Intl. sales: Good Universe
Director: Derick Martini
For the past eight years, a Downers Grove high school senior has met a mysterious end right before graduation — coincidence or curse?
Intl. sales: Myriad
Director: Brad Anderson
Thriller about a new doctor at a mental institution who falls in love with a patient. »
- Carole Horst and Dave McNary
To celebrate the release of The Big Wedding (in cinemas May 29th) HeyUGuys are giving three lucky readers the chance to win a bumper DVD prize pack which includes Magic Mike, Friend’s With Kids, What To Expect When You’re Expecting, Dirty Dancing and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.
With an all-star cast led by Robert DeNiro (Meet the Fockers, Analyze That), Katherine Heigl (27 Dresses), Diane Keaton (Morning Glory, Annie Hall), Amanda Seyfried (Mamma Mia) and Topher Grace (In Good Company), with Susan Sarandon (Shall We Dance) and Robin Williams (Good Will Hunting), The Big Wedding is an uproarious romantic comedy about a charmingly modern family trying to survive a weekend wedding celebration that has the potential to become a full blown family fiasco.
To the amusement of their adult children and friends, long divorced couple Don and Ellie Griffin (De Niro and Keaton) are once again forced to »
Los Angeles, CA (May 10th, 2013) – Following their successful collaboration on 2 Guns and Lone Survivor, Foresight Unlimited, Envision Entertainment and Emmett/Furla Films are joining forces to produce the surreal thriller Hotel 33, starring Oscar®-winning actor Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas), it was announced today by Foresight CEO Mark Damon and Emmett/Furla’s Randall Emmett.
Foresight Unlimited will handle international sales for Hotel 33, which will be produced by Randall Emmett and George Furla, and executive produced by Envision Entertainment’s Remington Chase, Stepan Martirosyan and Vitaly Grigoriants, and Foresight’s Mark Damon. Malek Akkad is also an executive producer on the film.
Newcomer Kellie Madison wrote the script and will direct Hotel 33 which will start production in September 2013.
The film is based on the presumed event surrounding »
- Andy Greene
The Great Gatsby has the glitz and The Big Wedding a banquet hall full of stars, but only one film has People's critic jazzed. Here's what to see, what to skip and what to seek out this weekend at the movies. See This:•The Great Gatsby:Oh look, a disco ball exploded all over the Jazz Age! Of course director Baz Luhrmann's take on F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic is an overstuffed, overblown mess (in 3-D, no less), but what are you gonna do - not be part of the conversation surrounding the buzziest movie of the weekend? Besides, »
- PEOPLE Movie Critic Alynda Wheat
This story first appeared in the May 17 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. After a friend gave Diane Keaton a new photo book of ventriloquist dummies, the actress and collector of Americana kitsch flipped out. "The pictures are astonishing and spooky," she says of photographer/director Matthew Rolston's Talking Heads: The Vent Haven Portraits (Pointed Leaf Press). So she called him up pronto, and before she knew it, Keaton had agreed to play host to his book party. Story: Francis Ford Coppola, Diane Keaton Kick Off Lacma Collectors Committee Weekend "Diane was so excited that I bribed her with a print," admits Rolston, who'll be
- Merle Ginsberg & Gary Baum
Foresight Unlimited (Foresight) has come aboard to produce, finance, and handle worldwide sales on the epic biopic Spinning Gold written by Timothy Scott Bogart. Emmy® and Grammy Award®-winning Renaissance man Justin Timberlake (The Social Network, Inside Llewyn Davis) will take on the lead role of the famous 1970s record icon Neil Bogart.
Bogart, a legendary music business entrepreneur, is credited with discovering, launching and nurturing the careers of a generation of music superstars during the 60’s and 70’s including Curtis Mayfield, Bill Withers, Gladys Knight, Kiss, Parliament, Donna Summer and The Village People among many others. Featuring some of the most iconic music of the era, Spinning Gold tells the rags-to-riches story of a poor kid from Brooklyn who went on to become the man who defined the pop music culture of his time. Neil Bogart died prematurely in 1982 at age 39.
Foresight’s CEO Mark Damon will produce the film alongside Timberlake, »
- Michelle McCue
Two new films, The Big Wedding and The Way, Way Back, come at the friction of family life in different ways – but only one of them handles the generation gap with maturity
This is a detail from the poster for The Big Wedding, a family comedy that came out in the Us last Friday and is released in the UK at the end of the month (click the magnifying glass for the whole thing).
Chances are that at least two people up there are some of the stars you cherish dearest, so I'll try not to dwell, but the fact is that The Big Wedding has not gone down well in the States. It currently has a 6% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes (though, on the upside, 93% of their readers still want to see it).
Its flaws are, curiously, somehow distilled on the poster. Watching it, you sense some sort of disconnect between the cast, »
- Catherine Shoard
Will 2014 be the Year of Frankie Valli? Without even thinking about the Jersey Boys musical currently on tour across the United States, we could be pretty close to a Clint Eastwood-directed adaptation of the musical, after it spent some time in studio turnaround. It isn.t unreasonable to think that Valli would be involved. He even has Adam Davenport.s debut feature I Fought the Law with Giovanni Ribisi and Malin Akerman coming out. And now legends will collide as Valli has signed on for Rob Reiner.s next romantic comedy, Castle Rock.s And So It Goes. There he.ll co-star alongside such big names as Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton. If there wasn.t a granddaughter character involved, this film could have easily been all legends . granted, ones that haven.t really wowed crowds in quite a few years. Even screenwriter Mark Waters hasn.t had a »
Theatergoers looking for Frankie Valli on the big screen don't have to wait for the Jersey Boys movie. The legendary crooner has signed on for the role of a club owner in the Rob Reiner-helmed comedy And So It Goes. Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton star in the Castle Rock film. The film centers on a self-centered and eccentric realtor (Douglas) whose life is turned upside down when his estranged son suddenly drops off a granddaughter he never knew. With the help of his determined and loveable neighbor (Keaton), he stubbornly learns to care and, unexpectedly, to fall in love again.
- Tatiana Siegel
The Big Wedding is upon us, and to celebrate Wamg is hoping to take up space at your gift table! That’s right folks! Put the duck dance on hold, because we are giving away a The Big Wedding prize pack!
The Big Wedding prize pack includes:
Poster $25 gift card to 1-800 Flowers DVD pack of classic wedding movies Bubbles Breath Mints
So, what are you waiting for?
1. You Must Be A Us Resident. Prize Will Only Be Shipped To Us Addresses. No P.O. Boxes 2. Include Real Name, Along With Your Answer To #3 In An Email To Melissa@Wearemoviegeeks.Com 3. Answer The Following Question: What is your favorite wedding movie?
Winners Will Be Chosen Through A Random Drawing Of Qualifying Contestants. No Purchase Necessary. Prizes Will Not Be Substituted Or Exchanged.
- Melissa Howland
Directed by Justin Zackham
When you have a film with a talented group led by Robert De Niro you should expect something better than so-so. That’s not the case with The Big Wedding. The film has the appeal of a Nora Ephron film and the polish of a Lifetime movie. The characters aren’t likeable or even relatable and every one of their arcs is met with clichés. I didn’t have a terrible time with it but it’s not the film you should see in theaters, only on TV when it’s playing on TNT. Also, it's a waste of talent.
- Jonathan Silva
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