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First Logo for Tim Burton’s Miss Peregrine’S Home For Peculiar Children

9 June 2015 10:44 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

We've got more logos for you! Steve is busy walking the floor at the Licensing Expo in Las Vegas and just sent in images for War of the Planet of the Apes and Tim Burton's Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves is returning to helm the upcoming installment and he'll also pen the script with Mark Bomback as well. We don't have an official synopsis yet, but Reeves told us that War will be "about [Caesar] becoming the seminal figure for ape history." Burton began shooting the big screen adaptation of the Ransom Riggs novel in February. Asa Butterfield leads as Jacob, a teen who follows clues to a mysterious island and finds the title location in ruins. Jacob explores the abandoned building and soon discovers "its former occupants were far more than peculiar; they possessed incredible powers." Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children »

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How Trans Roles Have Been Approached In Modern Day Film

21 May 2015 4:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Transgender actress Laverne Cox in Orange Is The New Black, Jeffery Tambor in Transparent, and Eddie Redmayne in the upcoming The Danish Girl prove that transgender roles and how actors approach these have been the hot topic for a solid twenty years. The physical changes get audiences talking, with weight gain or loss and spending months dressed as the other gender becoming iconic to each trans role. Others choose a mental state of mind to embody the other sex. To celebrate the release of The New Girlfriend, in UK cinemas from 22nd May, we look at how career-defining transgender roles have been approached and become iconic.

Priscilla Queen Of The Desert (1994) – Terence Stamp

Terence Stamp was initially reluctant to star in this role as transgender Bernadette. Ironic, considering that this film is the go-to for changing opinions of the Lgbt community and transgender roles on the silver screen. He did »

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Movie Poster of the Week: John Schlesinger’s “Far from the Madding Crowd”

1 May 2015 5:18 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

With Thomas Vinterberg’s retelling of Thomas Hardy’s Far from the Madding Crowd hitting theaters today, I thought it was a good excuse to look back at an earlier adaptation that spawned some memorable poster art.Made in 1967, John Schlesinger’s corseted rural love quadrangle was a far cry from the biting contemporary urban dramas like Billy Liar and Darling that had made his name. Schlesinger defended his decision to direct a big budget Victorian costume drama by saying “I wanted to get away from a contemporary subject. People are tiring of the flip side. Contemporary is dated,” but in ’67—the year so beautifully chronicled in Mark Harris’s Pictures at a Revolution as the year Old Hollywood ceded to the New—Far from the Madding Crowd, shot in 70mm and nearly 3 hours long, was inevitably overshadowed by the nowness of the likes of The Graduate and Bonnie and Clyde. »

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Far From the Madding Crowd | Review

27 April 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

It’s All About Love: Vinterberg Revamps Hardy’s Classic Romance

Inevitably, we would have seen some filmmaker tackle a revamp of Thomas Hardy’s classic 1874 novel Far From the Madding Crowd, so it’s mostly surprising to note that it wasn’t Michael Winterbottom, who has made several Hardy adaptations since the 1990s. Instead, Danish director Thomas Vinterberg takes the reins from director John Schlesinger, who previously held credit for a famous 1967 adaptation starring Julie Christie, with Terence Stamp, Peter Finch and Alan Bates as the trio of suitors (and let’s not forget to mention a modern reimagining of this novel, the comic strip serial Tamara Drewe, made into a film by Stephen Frears in 2010). Curiously, this is Vinterberg’s follow-up to his 2012 critically acclaimed title The Hunt, which won Mads Mikkelsen Best Actor at Cannes and received an Oscar nod for Best Foreign Language Film, making »

- Nicholas Bell

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Carey Mulligan Carries Vinterberg's Sweeping 'Far From the Madding Crowd'

27 April 2015 7:44 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Carey Mulligan proves that she can carry a movie as the incandescent and powerful Bathsheba in "The Hunt" director Thomas Vinterberg's gorgeous realization of the Thomas Hardy classic "Far from the Madding Crowd." Julie Christie played the role at the height of her powers in John Schlesinger's stormy 1967 romance. Casting is everything in this movie. Rising Belgian star Matthias Schoenaerts ("Rust and Bone") shares real chemistry with Mulligan as the stalwart and loving salt of the earth once played by Alan Bates. We're rooting for him, while Michael Sheen ("Masters of Sex") is the more mature hapless gentleman neighbor who proposes marriage (Peter Finch). The weakest link is young Tom Sturridge ("On the Road") as the rakish sergeant (Terence Stamp) who sweeps Bathsheba off her feet, which is hard to believe. The movie already opened in Vinterberg's native Denmark and some other territories, hence the early trade reviews below. »

- Anne Thompson

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New Trailer for Raoul Peck's 'Murder in Pacot' + Next for the Filmmaker - a "Very Creative" James Baldwin Documentary

20 April 2015 8:38 AM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

It made its world premiere at the 39th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff) last fall, and is now headed to San Francisco for the San Francisco International Film Festival, which kicks off in 3 days (April 23). Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck's latest work, titled "Murder in Pacot," is a feature film loosely inspired by Italian director, Pier Paolo Pasolini's 1968 drama/mystery "Teorema," which starred Terence Stamp as a mysterious stranger who injects himself into the home of a wealthy Italian family, and seduces everyone in it, including the maid, which leads to each of them reaching some unique »

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Watch An Exclusive Clip From Tim Burton’s Big Eyes – On DVD & Blu-Ray April 14

14 April 2015 2:08 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company are releasing director Tim Burton’s Big Eyes on DVD, Blu-ray™, and On Demand on April 14, 2015.

The critically acclaimed film is also available for digital download now.

Featuring an all-star cast including 2015 Golden Globe® winner for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for her stunning and powerful portrayal of Margaret Keane, Amy Adams, Academy Award® winner Christoph Waltz, Danny Huston, Krysten Ritter, Jason Schwartzman and Terence Stamp.

Watch this exclusive clip featuring Amy Adams, Krysten Ritter, Jason Schwartzman speaking about their favorite day on set working with Tim Burton.

From director Tim Burton, Big Eyes tells the outrageous true story of one of the most epic frauds in history. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, painter Walter Keane (Waltz) had reached success beyond belief, revolutionizing the commercialization of popular art with his enigmatic paintings of waifs with big eyes.

The bizarre »

- Movie Geeks

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Set Shots From Tim Burton’s ‘Peregrine’s Home for Peculiars’ Filming In Cornwall

11 April 2015 11:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Tim Burton has gathered another wonderful cast for his big screen version of the book Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs and Thn have witnessed the incredible set in Cornwall and have a few shots from the setup, which has all been created for this adaptation.

Renamed Peregrine’S Home For Peculiars, and with a screenplay by Jane Goldman, it stars Dame Judi Dench, Samuel L. Jackson, Asa Butterfield, Terence Stamp, Rupert Everett, Ella Wahlestedt, Chris O’Dowd with Eva Green in the lead role, the film follows teenager Jacob, who follows clues that take him to a mysterious island, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine’s School for Peculiar Children.

As Jacob explores the abandoned bedrooms and hallways, he discovers that its former occupants were far more than peculiar; they possessed incredible powers. And they may still be alive…

The set already »

- Dan Bullock

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'Alien Nation' Remake Happening with 'Iron Man' Writers

25 March 2015 5:07 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

20th Century Fox is developing a reboot of the 1988 sci-fi movie Alien Nation, with Iron Man writers Art Marcum and Matt Holloway coming aboard to write the screenplay. The project doesn't have a producer on board at this stage. The studio is envisioning a re-imagining of the original movie, with the hopes of starting a franchise similar to their rebooted Planet of the Apes movies.

The original Alien Nation was set in a future where humans and an alien race were forced to co-exist with each other, as the humans keep the alien species segregated from the general population with very little rights. The plot followed the first ever alien police officer (Mandy Patinkin) on Earth, who is paired up with a racially-biased cop (James Caan). Although they have their differences, a case comes up that causes them to form a mutual respect for one another. The original movie spawned »

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Cruise Performs Laugh-Out-Loud Stunts in MI5 Trailer (with Bonus Teaser)

24 March 2015 5:55 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' star Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' trailer: Movie stunt combo "Desperate times. Desperate measures," says Tom Cruise aka Ethan Hunt in the Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation trailer aka the Mission: Impossible 5 and/or MI5 trailer. Whatever you call it, that particular line could be read in a number of ways: Tom Cruise's superstardom is in the doldrums – at least that's what we hear from those who see reality only through U.S.-focused lenses – and he needs all the box-office help he can get. Hence, MI5. Hollywood is in dire need of a mammoth domestic blockbuster following a year of mediocre-performing tentpoles at the U.S. box office. Hence, MI5. The world's socioeconomic fabric is about to unravel. Hence, MI5 – so humankind can go with a bang. Not only with a bang, but with mirth as well. »

- Andre Soares

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Peculiar Children casting news

23 March 2015 12:21 PM, PDT | ScreenTerrier | See recent ScreenTerrier news »

Back in November, Screenterrier reported on the casting of Asa Butterfield as lead role Jacob, and Ella Purnell as Peculiar Child Emma Bloom, joining Eva Green in Tim Burton's Peregrine's Home For Peculiars, based upon the best-selling novel 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children' by Ransom Riggs.

The unforgettable, thrilling and haunting tale centers on 16-year-old Jacob (played by Asa Butterfield), who follows clues that take him to a mysterious island, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores the abandoned bedrooms and hallways, he discovers that its former occupants were far more than peculiar; they possessed incredible powers. And they may still be alive.

Filming has now commenced and we can meet the young actors making up the rest of the cast of Peculiar Children, who all possess incredible powers.

Eight year old Pixie Davies plays little Bronwyn Buntley, »

- noreply@blogger.com (ScreenTerrier)

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Richard Gere to be honoured at San Francisco

17 March 2015 11:59 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Actor will receive the Peter J. Owens Award for excellence in acting at upcoming festival.

Richard Gere will be the recipient of this year’s Peter J. Owens Award for excellence in acting at the San Francisco International Film Festival.

The award will be presented at the Film Society Awards Night on April 27, where the recipients of the Irving M. Levin Directing Award, the Kanbar Award for excellence in storytelling and the George Gund III Craft of Cinema Award will also be honoured.

Gere will be publicly honoured at An Evening with Richard Gere on the previous day [April 26] which will include an onstage interview and will be followed by a screening of his latest film, Oren Moverman’s Time Out of Mind.

San Francisco Film Society executive director Noah Cowan commented: “Richard Gere is one of cinema’s few unmistakable icons, a powerful connection to the heart of Hollywood history. But when we »

- ian.sandwell@screendaily.com (Ian Sandwell)

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First Trailer and Poster For The Who Documentary Lambert & Stamp

17 March 2015 7:06 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

©Colin Jones / TopFoto / The Image Works

English Rock Band The Who. Going up to Manchester on the train. Left is Chris Stamp (brother of Terence Stamp) who was the business manager. and Kit Lambert Manager (producer on the album Tommy). 1966.

Sony Pictures Classics has released the official trailer and poster for their upcoming documentary Lambert & Stamp, about The Who and their visionary managers Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp. The film opens in NY and La on April 3rd and expands nationally in the following weeks.

The film had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. In his review, Rob Nelson (Variety) wrote, “James D. Cooper’s impeccably directed debut is a definitive screen bio of the Who and its-rock operatic rise.”

“Cooper tells a full-bodied story in this fast-paced two hours, harnessing the chaotic energy of two men who generated a whirl of unconventional ideas and strategies,” stated David Rooney »

- Michelle McCue

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Daily | Senses, desistfilm, Criticism

16 March 2015 10:37 AM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

The new issue of Senses of Cinema features a good handful of pieces on Michelangelo Antonioni and two on Paul Thomas Anderson. Also in today's roundup of news and views: A new short film from Jean-Luc Godard; Martin Scorsese on John Ford's The Searchers; an issue of Criticism devoted to Andy Warhol, desistfilm on Alfred Hitchcock, Isidore Isou, Peter Tscherkassky, Michael Robinson and David OReilly; an interview with Terence Stamp; articles on Thom Andersen's The Thoughts That Once We Had, Richard Linklater's Boyhood, Lisandro Alonso's Jauja and Alain Resnais—and more. » - David Hudson »

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Daily | Senses, desistfilm, Criticism

16 March 2015 10:37 AM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

The new issue of Senses of Cinema features a good handful of pieces on Michelangelo Antonioni and two on Paul Thomas Anderson. Also in today's roundup of news and views: A new short film from Jean-Luc Godard; Martin Scorsese on John Ford's The Searchers; an issue of Criticism devoted to Andy Warhol, desistfilm on Alfred Hitchcock, Isidore Isou, Peter Tscherkassky, Michael Robinson and David OReilly; an interview with Terence Stamp; articles on Thom Andersen's The Thoughts That Once We Had, Richard Linklater's Boyhood, Lisandro Alonso's Jauja and Alain Resnais—and more. » - David Hudson »

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Wings of desire: how butterflies have captivated artists

15 March 2015 11:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

From Bruegel to Nabokov and The Silence of the Lambs, butterflies have flitted through our imaginations and into our culture. Patrick Barkham pins up the choice specimens – and finds out why new film The Duke of Burgundy is awash with them

Signifying sunshine, beauty and freedom, butterflies are ubiquitous in our culture, ever-present on greeting cards and used to sell everything from oven chips to SUVs. For artists, novelists and film-makers, however, butterflies and moths have often taken on darker meanings. In John Fowles’s The Collector, the protagonist (played by Terence Stamp in the film adaptation) is a butterfly obsessive who decides to collect young women. In The Silence of the Lambs, a sinister-looking moth (actually the death’s-head hawkmoth) is a serial killer’s signature. And in The Duke of Burgundy, a new film by Peter Strickland, the story of an S&M relationship is told through butterflies and moths. »

- Patrick Barkham

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How Superman Completely Changed Terence Stamp's Career

13 March 2015 2:14 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Playing a beloved character like Superman can have a huge impact on your career, for good or ill.it.s the role Christopher Reeve is most remembered for, and one that set Brandon Routh.s progression back a few steps. But what about playing his nemesis? Turns out that can be a transformative experience, too, and Terence Stamp says his role as General Zod in the Superman movies dramatically reshaped his career. Playing the Man of Steel.s longtime adversary allowed Stamp to redirect his professional arc. Talking to the Guardian, he says: I had transmuted myself. I no longer saw myself as a leading man. What had happened inside of me enabled me to take the role, and not feel embarrassed or depressed about playing the villain. I just decided I was a character actor now and I can do anything. In the 1960s, Stamp was a sought after »

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'Miss Peregrine' Begins Shooting with Director Tim Burton

12 March 2015 8:18 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Production is underway on visionary filmmakerTim Burton's Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, based upon the best-selling novel of the same name by Ransom Riggs. The film, which 20th Century Fox releases in theaters everywhere March 4, 2016, starsEva Green,Asa Butterfield, Ella Purnell, Chris O'Dowd,Allison Janney, Terence Stamp, Kim Dickens,Rupert Everett, with Judi Dench and Samuel L. Jackson. Peter Chernin and Jenno Topping are producing under the Chernin Entertainment banner. The screenplay is by Jane Goldman.

The unforgettable, thrilling and haunting tale centers on 16-year-old Jacob (portrayed by Asa Butterfield), who follows clues that take him to a mysterious island, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores the abandoned bedrooms and hallways, he discovers that its former occupants were far more than peculiar; they possessed incredible powers. And they may still be alive.

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children will »

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Far From The Madding Crowd: still seductive and shocking

9 March 2015 2:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

A forthcoming remake will do well to match the power of John Schlesinger’s 1967 Hardy adaptation, which is rereleased this week

I bid you good luck, young Thomas Vinterberg, if you think your forthcoming remake of Far From The Madding Crowd will outstrip John Schlesinger’s version from 1967, now extensively reupholstered and rereleased for our delectation.

Schlesinger’s Hardy was derided back then for its casting of Julie Christie and Terence Stamp, mere months after they’d been name-checked in the Kinks’ Waterloo Sunset, and who then seemed more Swinging London than Wailing Wessex. Time and distance have eradicated that feeling, however, and I delighted in the credits as they unfolded: not just Terry and Julie, but Peter Finch and eternal peasant-pagan Alan Bates, all perfectly cast; Stamp in particular, as the vile Sergeant Troy, whose name should really be “destroy”.

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- John Patterson

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From Harvey Weinstein on The One Show to David Beckham at the Baftas: what we learned from the weekend's TV

9 February 2015 2:01 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Weinstein didn’t look entirely comfortable on BBC1 – but Beckham owned the Baftas red carpet

It was all about the Baftas this weekend, and they have a lot to answer for. Harvey Weinstein and Terence Stamp looked distinctly uncomfortable on the sofa of The One Show (BBC1, Friday) and uncertain – as everyone involved seemed to be – about what they were supposed to be doing there. (Representing the Baftas and/or Hollywood in general. Or something).

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- Viv Groskop

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