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Tom Hardy's latest (and long-gestating) collaboration "Locke" writer/director and "Peaky Blinders" creator Steven Knight is "Taboo," an eight-episode miniseries starring Hardy as a rogue adventurer seeking vengeance for his dead father. The first four episodes will be directed by Kristoffer Nyholm, who steered episodes of the moody Scandinavian original series "The Killing." Hardy worked with his own father to shape this story. It's produced by Ridley Scott via his Scott Free London Banner, and Hardy's Hardy Son and Baker for BBC One and FX. The project centers on James Keziah Delaney (Hardy), a rogue adventurer who returns from Africa with 14 ill-gotten diamonds to seek vengeance after the death of his father. Refusing to sell the family business to the East India Company, he sets out to build his own trade and shipping empire and finds himself playing a very dangerous game. Hardy also stars in the second season "Peaky. »
- Ryan Lattanzio
Every Friday for the last few weeks we’ve been looking at a different cinematic classic featuring a certain Tom Cruise. Past editions have focussed on Top Gun, Jerry Maguire, and Minority Report, now our attention turns to his one franchise, the Mission Impossible series.
Tom Cruise had his first taste of fame in the 1980’s and, unlike many of his peers, has never really left the spotlight. His body of work features an impressive 38 films giving him the opportunity to work with many acclaimed directors such as Steven Spielberg, Cameron Crowe, Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Oliver Stone, and Stanley Kubrick. He’s also done pretty much every genre under the sun, giving him a wide ranging show-reel. He’s also been the first actor to get his own Sky movies channel devoted purely to films he stars in (available now for a limited time). This week sees his latest »
- Kat Smith
Total Film has posted a bunch of new photos from 20th Century Fox and director Ridley Scott's science fiction action adventure "The Martian". Matt Damon stars in the film as an astronaut presumed dead after a fierce storm on Mars. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity to stay alive. The film opens October 2nd and click here for the shots.
Martini plays Josiah Hedges (aka. Edge), who goes on a bloody mission of vengeance when his younger brother is killed by a group of his former Union army comrades lead by his nemesis, a prominent senator and psychotic sadist named Merritt Harknett (Kwanten). [Source: Variety
Destination America is set to host the first »
- Garth Franklin
Danish director Kristoffer Nyholm has signed on to direct the first half of “Taboo,” the eight-part event series that stars Tom Hardy as a 19th century Londoner who is struggling to build a shipping empire while also avenging his father’s death.
Nyholm is known for directing the original version of “The Killing” TV series as well as the popular Danish series “The Village.”
Sonar Entertainment is handling worldwide distribution. Ridley Scott and Kate Crowe are exec producing under their Scott Free shingle, Tom Hardy and Dean Baker are exec producing for Hardy Son & Baker and Gene Stein is exec producing for Sonar Entertainment. Knight is also exec producing, with Timothy Bricknell serving as producer. Chips Hardy is serving as consulting producer. »
- Whitney Friedlander
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Seeing Matt Damon in an astronaut suit may evoke bad memories for Interstellar fans, but forget Dr. Mann, for in Ridley Scott’s Oscar-tipped space oddity The Martian, the actor is playing an intrepid explorer cast astray on the Red Planet.
With no option but to “science the shit” out of his surrounding supplies, Damon’s lone astronaut is forced to carry out a mini-terraforming mission, growing food on a hostile environment that is designed for anything but. First off, his Mark Watney will be forced to send out an Sos signal from the sun-scorched planet, before hunkering down for a gruelling 4 years as the Ares 3 crew return for the man they left behind.
Lifted from the pages of Andy Weir’s eponymous best-seller, there’s already tremendous amount of buzz surrounding The Martian following its spine-chilling first trailer. With a cast that includes Jessica Chastain, »
- Michael Briers
Danish director Kristoffer Nyholm, who helmed the original acclaimed Scandinavian version of "The Killing," has boarded Tom Hardy event TV series "Taboo". Nyholm will direct the first four episodes of the eight-part series.
Hardy stars as James Keziah Delaney, who returns to London in 1813 after a decade in Africa to discover that he has been left a mysterious legacy by his father. He finds himself in a face-off against the East India Company and playing a dangerous game between the warring British and Americans.
Steven Knight, who previously worked with Hardy on "Peaky Blinders" and "Locke," has created and written the series while Ridley Scott and Hardy will executive produce. Filming begins in November in the United Kingdom.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
Following the first trailer for Warner Bros.' The Martian that debuted last month, the studio has released new photos, courtesy of Total Film. These images show Matt Damon's Mark Watney, stranded on the Red Planet all by himself with no way back to Earth. We still have just a few months until Ridley Scott's sci-fi adaptation hits theaters, so these photos will surely be the first of many.
During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, Nasa and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring The Martian home, »
Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm on Mars and left behind by his crew, where he must draw upon his ingenuity and wit in order to survive. Enter Ridley Scott and Matt Damon in a film that's Apollo 13 meets Cast Away. For those of you who read the book, you know it's just as entertaining as it sounds! Here's a few images of our hero(es) on Mars, as well as some... Read More »
- Sean Wist
Two film franchises, both just now reaching their fifth film, but nothing alike in overall execution. What makes "Mission: Impossible" so rich and robust as a series, and why is "Vacation" such a drag? The answer to the first part of that question has to do with Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner, and anyone looking to understand how to build a 21st century franchise would be wise to closely study the model that they've established. Not only has it proven incredibly limber, it seems like they're still just picking up steam. All they have to do now is figure out how to keep Tom Cruise alive and looking exactly like he does right now for the next 100 years. Since it's the Imf we're talking about, I assume they will succeed. When you look at Tom Cruise's career, he came out of the gates really strong. He made his screen debut in "Endless Love, »
- Drew McWeeny
During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, Nasa and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring “the Martian” home, while his crewmates concurrently plot a daring, if not impossible, rescue mission. As these stories of incredible bravery unfold, the world comes together to root for Watney’s safe return. »
- Gary Collinson
After this morning’s announcement of the line-up for the upcoming Venice Film Festival, news has also arrived about the schedule for the Toronto International Film Festival, which begins on September 10th.
While the full line-up is available on the festival website, Tiff will play host to several films hoping to make a splash come awards season: Eddie Redmayne-starrer The Danish Girl will feature as well as world premieres of Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall, Ridley Scott’s sci-fi epic The Martian, and Stephen Frears’ Lance Armstrong biopic The Program, starring Ben Foster as the disgraced cyclist.
Cary Fukunaga’s Netflix film Beasts of No Nation will also be screened, as well as Tom McCarthy’s Spotlight starring Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton and Rachel McAdams; Johnny Depp’s Black Mass, and Jean-Marc Vallee’s drama Demolition, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts, which is set to open the festival on »
- Scott J. Davis
The Toronto International Film Festival kicks off once again in September, and has now announced a batch of the films that will premiere or screen there. Among this year’s crop? Jean-Marc Vallee's Demolition, Ridley Scott’s The Martian and Tom Hooper’s The Danish Girl. Demolition, which stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts, is scheduled to open the event, and we can also expect the likes of Stephen Frears' Lance Armstrong biopic The Program, Peter Sollett’s Freeheld, which features Julianne Moore and Ellen Page, and Cary Fukunaga’s Beasts Of No Nation, which stars Idris Elba, was bought by Netflix and will show there once its festival run is complete. Films scoring galas including Kray twins drama Legend, which has Tom Hardy playing both lead roles and Jay Roach’s Trumbo, featuring Bryan Cranston as the blacklisted writer. Denis Villeneuve’s drug war thriller Sicario will follow »
The Toronto Film Festival just announced a few dozen movies of the eventual hundreds of titles that will screen at the September festival this year. Toronto unofficially kicks off prestige season, and this year's crop brings the usual blend of biopics, auteur-driven dramas, and acting showcases. Among the latter is the festival's opening-night film, Jean-Marc Vallee's Demolition, which stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a talented banker going off the rails after the loss of his wife. (It's not to be confused with the recent Southpaw, which stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a talented boxer going off the rails after the loss of his wife.) The festival's other world premieres include: Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic The Martian; Roland Emmerich's gay-rights period piece Stonewall; the Julianne Moore–Ellen Page lesbian legal drama Freeheld; Gavin Hood's drone thriller Eye in the Sky; Michael Moore's new documentary Where to Invade Next; and »
- Nate Jones
The Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff) announced its first slate of films heading to the Festival this year. And, boy, are we excited!
Some of the year’s most hotly-anticipated films will play the festival including Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne’s taking on a transgender role in the biopic The Danish Girl, Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario with Emily Blunt andBenicio del Toro, Cannes’ favourite The Lobster with Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz, and Ridley Scott’s The Martian starring Matt Damon as an astronaut stranded on Mars, and the Johnny Depp gangster thriller Black Mass co-starring the one and only Benedict Cumberbatch.
Canadians are well represented in the first selection of films revealed in the Gala and Special Presentations categories with films including Deepa Mehta’s Vancouver-set Beeba Boys, Atom Egoyan’s Remember starringChristopher Plummer, and the team-up for father-son acting team Donald and Kiefer Sutherland in Forskaen. The full »
- Rachel West
The 40th Toronto International Film Festival is just around the corner (September 10 - 20), so with that our first wave of films arrives today. Leading the pack in Galas is Jean-Marc Vallée's latest Demolition, with screening spots for Ridley Scott's The Martian, plus new work from Atom Egoyan, Julie Delpy, Stephen Frears and more.The Special Presentations offer an even richer palette with high profile premieres including Lenny Abrahamson's Room, an adaptation of Emma Donahue's best-selling novel starring Brie Larson, Black Mass starring Johnny Depp, and the Canadian premiere of Sebastian Schipper's one-take action wonder Victoria.The entire list of announced films follows:Opening Night"Demolition," directed by Jean-Marc Vallee, USA, World PremiereGalas"Beeba Boys," directed by Deepa Mehta, Canada, World Premiere"Eye in the Sky," directed by Gavin Hood,...
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Piers Handling, CEO and Director of Tiff, and Cameron Bailey, Artistic Director of the Toronto International Film Festival, have announced the first round of titles premiering in the Galas and Special Presentations programs of the 40th Toronto International Film Festival. Of the 15 Galas and 34 Special Presentations announced, this initial lineup includes films from such acclaimed directors as Ridley Scott, Brian... Read More »
- Sean Wist
Scott Foundas: Well, the cat is really out of the bag now. After weeks of intense blogosphere speculation about the fall festival season and palate-whetting gala announcements from the New York Film Festival, the Toronto Film Festival kicked things into high gear this morning when it announced more than 40 titles that will comprise the festival’s Gala and Special Presentations categories come September. It’s a typically starry list, full of A-list names in front of and behind the camera, some very obvious Oscar bait, and a few Toronto stalwarts to satisfy the requisite quota of local Canadian talent, including Atom Egoyan, who makes a bid for a comeback (after the career-pummeling one-two of “Devil’s Knot” and “The Captive”) with “Remember,” starring Christopher Plummer as a Holocaust survivor trying to track down the former Nazi guard responsible for murdering his family.
Egoyan’s film is listed by the »
- Scott Foundas and Justin Chang
This morning, the fall festival season got its first dose of excitement, with the Toronto International Film Festival unveiling their initial slate of what will end up being over 300 films. So there's a lot to talk about. Read More: Tiff 2014 Lineup Includes 'The Imitation Game,' 'While We're Young,' 'Nightcrawler,' 'Men, Women & Children' And More And that's just what I did, jumping on the phone with Brad Brevet at Rope Of Silicon to discuss the films that we were surprised to see in the lineup, the others that missed out, and what we're eager to check out in Toronto in September. And with World Premieres slated for Ridley Scott's "The Martian" and Jean-Marc Vallee's "Demolition" among others, it's going to be a heckuva 40th anniversary for the fest. Take a listen below. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
The race for next year’s Oscars is officially on. On Tuesday, the Toronto international film festival (Tiff) revealed the first tranche of films to make the cut for the October event. On Monday it was announced that Danny Boyle’s surefire Academy Award contender Steve Jobs will screen at the New York film festival a month later.
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- Nigel M Smith
A selection of films from the 2015 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival have been unveiled, with films by Terrence Davies, Pablo Larraín, Deepa Mehta, Charlie Kaufman, and many more!GalasBeeba Boys (Deepa Mehta, Canada)Demolition (Jean-Marc Vallée, USA)The Dressmaker (Jocelyn Moorhouse, Australia)Eye in the Sky (Gavin Hood, United Kingdom)Forsaken (Jon Cassar, Canada)Freeheld (Peter Sollett, USA)Hyena Road (Paul Gross, Canada)Legend (Brian Helgeland, United Kingdom)Lolo (Julie Delpy, France)The Man Who Knew Infinity (Matthew Brown, United Kingdom)The Martian (Ridley Scott, USA)The Program (Stephen Frears, United Kingdom)Remember (Atom Egoyan, Canada)Septembers of Shiraz (Wayne Blair, USA)Stonewall (Roland Emmerich, USA)Special PresentationsAnomalisa (Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson, USA)Beasts of No Nation (Cary Fukunaga, USA/Ghana)Black Mass (Scott Cooper, USA)Brooklyn (John Crowley, United Kingdom/Ireland/Canada)The Club (Pablo Larraín, Chile)Colonia (Florian Gallenberger, Germany/Luxembourg/France)The Danish Girl (Tom Hooper, »
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