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Here's a look at the latest release date shuffle: The Weinstein Company / Dimension Films horror projects Amityville and James Wan Presents Demonic were previously slated to bookend the new year, but have now been moved to Tbd status. Lee Toland Krieger’s romantic drama, The Age of Adaline, starring Kathy Baker, Amanda Crew, Harrison Ford, Blake Lively, Ellen Burstyn and Michiel Huisman, moves to an April 24, 2015 release date. David Koepp's Mortdecai, starring Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ewan McGregor, Olivia Munn, Aubrey Plaza, Jeff Goldblum, Oliver Platt, and Paul Bettany, takes the vacant January 23, 2015 release date. Hit the jump for more on each film. Here's what horror producer Jason Blum had to say about the planned Amityville sequel/reboot a couple of months ago: Tell me a little bit about how you guys are approaching Amityville. Blum: So Amityville – I love being the underdog. It’s one of the reason I like making horror movies, »
- Dave Trumbore
Johnny Depp’s hunt for gold will start a little early next year. Mortdecai, which stars Depp as an art dealer on the hunt for a painting that’s linked to a bank account filled with Nazi gold, will be released two weeks early, on Jan. 23, 2015, Lionsgate announced on Wednesday. The David Koepp-directed film, which is based on Kyril Bonfiglioli’s The Mortdecai Trilogy novels, will now go up against the Jennifer Lopez-starring The Boy Next Door in theaters.
The studio also announced that The Age of Adaline will be pushed from Jan. 23 to April 24. The romantic drama, »
- Emily Blake
While he was often celebrated for his funny, heartwarming roles in comedies like Mrs. Doubtfire and Jumanji, the late Robin Williams wasn’t shy when tackling more emotionally challenging characters. In fact, in 1998 he won his sole Oscar for his portrayal of the embittered psychiatrist Sean Maguire in Good Will Hunting. Indeed, one of his final roles brings to life a man searching for meaning. In Boulevard, Williams played Nolan Mack, a married man stuck in a rut with wife Joy (Kathy Baker), who realizes he’s gay [...] »
Kill the Messenger
Webb was a reporter investigating a story which leads to the shady origins of the men who started the crack epidemic in the Us and how profits were being used by the CIA to arm rebels fighting in Nicaragua. [Source: Flicks and Bits]
Blake Lively plays a young woman who mysteriously stopped aging long ago and finds the courage to begin living fully. Harrison Ford, Michiel Huisman, Ellen Burstyn, Amanda Crew and Kathy Baker also star. [Source: Screen]
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
Actor Wesley Snipes revealed in a recent podcast interview with Empire Magazine that, at one time, he was going to make an appearance in »
- Garth Franklin
Lionsgate announced today that their upcoming romantic drama The Age of Adaline will be released on January 23, 2015. The project will go up against Universal's The Boy Next Door and Focus Features' Black Sea next year.
Blake Lively plays the title character in The Age of Adaline, who inexplicably stops aging one night after a terrifying accident. She keeps her ageless condition a secret as she goes on a number of adventures throughout the 20th Century. After spending years on her own, Adaline finds the love and courage to live a more fulfilling life. Harrison Ford, Ellen Burstyn, Amanda Crew, Michiel Huisman and Kathy Baker co-star.
Lee Toland Krieger (Celeste and Jesse Forever) directs from a screenplay by J. Mills Goodloe (Maverick, Conspiracy Theory) and Salvador Paskowitz (Surfwise), with Sidney Kimmel, Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi producing.
With the release date announced, the first trailer should be right around the corner, »
The Age Of Adaline will open wide on January 23, 2015.
Lakeshore International And Sierra/Affinity Handle International. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
Lionsgate will release romantic drama “The Age of Adaline” on January 23, 2015.
The pic stars Blake Lively as the titular character, who ceases to age following an accident one icy night, but keeps her condition a closely-guarded secret while embarking on a number of incredible adventures throughout the 20th Century. After years of a solitary life, she finds the love and courage that enable her to fully begin living.
“Adaline” is directed by “Celeste & Jesse Forever” helmer Lee Toland Krieger from a script by J. Mills Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz. Sidney Kimmel, Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi serve as producers. The production hails from Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Lakeshore Entertainment.
- Laura Prudom
Blake Lively starrer The Age Of Adaline will open wide on January 23, Lionsgate announced today. The romantic drama from director Lee Toland Krieger tracks a 29-year-old woman (Lively) who stops aging after an accident and embarks on a series of incredible adventures throughout the 20th century until she meets a man who forever alters her isolated life. Adaline will face off against Universal’s thriller The Boy Next Door on the January date. Harrison Ford, Michiel Huisman, Ellen Burstyn, Amanda Crew, and Kathy Baker also star in the pic scripted by J. Mills Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz with revisions by Allison Burnett. The Sidney Kimmel and Lakeshore Entertainment production produced by Sidney Kimmel, Tom Rosenberg, and Gary Lucchesi.
- The Deadline Team
The world is still in shock over the passing of Robin Williams yesterday and details are still coming out about what is now reportedly said to be an "apparent suicide attempt by hanging" following a battle with severe depression according to CBS News.
With the tragedy of an actor's untimely death though comes the grim business of show business, namely determining the fate of the projects they were involved in. The 63-year-old was a busy man with several films still awaiting release.
Williams was not in the midst of shooting a movie when he died, though he had been developing a sequel to "Mrs. Doutbtfire". Variety reports that the project, which was in the scripting stage, is now in doubt and will probably be scrapped.
That leaves four final films involving Williams that have yet to hit cinemas, the biggest being him reprising his role as President Teddy Roosevelt in »
- Garth Franklin
In the coming months, the late Robin Williams will continue to be remembered on the big screen. At the time of the beloved actor's untimely death on Monday, Aug. 11, he was included in four new movies, which are set for posthumous releases. Williams, who died of a suspected suicide in Tiburon, Calif. at the age of 63, starred in the drama Boulevard with Bob Odenkirk and Kathy Baker. Directed by Dito Montiel (Empire State), the project screened at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City [...] »
Cuba Gooding Jr and Keith David have joined the cast of Comedy Central’s new scripted series, "Big Time In Hollywood, Fl," which hails from Ben Stiller‘s production company, Red Hour, and Brillstein Entertainment Partners. Michael Madsen is also a cast member, in a project written by Alex Anfanger and Dan Schimpf, which follows 2 delusional brothers and self-proclaimed filmmakers (co-writer Alex Anfanger and Lenny Jacobson), whose parents (Kathy Baker, Stephen Tobolowsky) kick out of their house, and who are then forced to fend for themselves for the first time in their lives. Gooding will play a fictionalized version of himself; David will play a »
- Tambay A. Obenson
After a lengthy investigation, Midnight Rider director Randall Miller, writer-producer Jody Savin and unit production manager/executive producer Jay Sedrish have been charged with involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass in the death of 27-year-old camera assistant Sarah Jones by Georgia's Wayne Superior Court. If the trio are convicted, Georgia law states that the manslaughter conviction could result in a 10-year prison sentence, although the criminal trespass charge carries a 12-month maximum sentence.
On February 20, Sarah Jones was helping to set up a shot on a Doctortown, Georgia train trestle when she was struck by a train. According to Deadline's investigation, the crew waited for two previous trains to pass, before setting up a shot that required actor William Hurt, who has since left this biopic of music legend Gregg Allman, to lay on a heavy hospital bed situated on the train tracks. Unexpectedly, a third train came through, as the »
The lineup to the 32nd annual Outfest Los Angeles Lgbt Film Festival was announced on Wednesday, and a number of familiar faces will be lighting up the silver screen in Lgbt-related stories. Robin Williams stars opposite Kathy Baker in “Boulevard,” while Matt Bomer, Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler and Jerry O'Connell star in Closing Night Gala selection “Space Station 76.” Also read: ‘Normal Heart’ Star Mark Ruffalo on Elliot Rodger Shootings: Gun Control Debate Is ‘Completely Outrageous’ Leighton Meester, Gillian Jacobs, Adam Brody, Kate McKinnon and Gabourey Sidibe star in director Susanna Fogel's “Life Partners,” which opens the festival on July 10. “In the. »
- Greg Gilman
The Outfest Los Angeles Lgbt Film Festival has announced the lineup for their 32nd year. Outfest, a non-profit that promotes equality by sharing, creating and protecting Lgbt stories in cinema, will open the 2014 fest with Susanna Fogel's "Life Partners," starring Adam Brody, Gillian Jacobs, Leighton Meester, Gabourey Sidibe and Kate McKinnon. The closing film will be "Space Station 76" by Jake Plotnick. Started in 1982 by a group of students at UCLA, Outfest has featured some of the most acclaimed Lgbt films in the past few decades, down to last year's top honor recipient, "Test." Highlights of this year's festival include films with deep casts. Robin Williams and Kathy Baker star in Dito Montiel's "Boulevard" and America Ferrera, directed by her real-life husband Ryan Piers Williams, stars in "X/Y." Another staple of the festival set to return this year are outdoor screenings at The John Ford Amphitheater. Dubbed the "Under the Stars Series, »
- Brandon Latham
Outfest Los Angeles, now celebrating its 32nd birthday, has unveiled this year's full lineup of Lgbt features, documentaries and shorts. The fest runs July 10-20. Among the headlining gala features will be Desiree Akhavan's hit Sundance coming-out-and-of-age comedy "Appropriate Behavior," a "deadpan," "melancholy" and sexually frank film with echoes of "Girls"; Ben Whishaw stars in Hong Khaou's "Lilting"; and Leighton Meester and Adam Brody lead troubled menage-a-trois opening night film "Life Partners," among other gala screenings. In the International section, Us audiences can finally see Cannes baby Xavier Dolan's 2013 film maudit "Tom at the Farm," an elegant homoerotic mystery-of-sorts about the volatile dynamics between a sad gay hipster and the macho, bi-curious older brother of his dead boyfriend. Notable actors on the docket this year include Robin Williams and Kathy Baker ("Boulevard"), Matt Bomer, Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler and Jerry O'Connell (closing night »
- Ryan Lattanzio
Next Time On Lonny, the satirical online video series executive produced by Ben Stiller‘s Red Hour Digital and Disney-owned Maker Studios, debuts the first three episodes of its second season today on Maker.TV with a raft of guest appearances by Hollywood notables including Adam Scott, Patton Oswalt, Kal Penn, Jerry O’Connell, Kathy Baker and Paul Scheer. The entire season is being sponsored by Verizon, with more episodes rolling out twice a week on Maker.TV and Maker’s comedy hub, Nacho Punch. The show is a satire of reality TV, blending sketch comedy and imaginary film preview segments. It was created by Alex Anfanger, who also stars, and Dan Schimpf, who directs. Besides Stiller, Anfanger and Schimpf, executive producers of the show include Stuart Cornfeld, Mike Rosenstein and Debbie Liebling. Brillstein Entertainment Partners represent Anfanger and Schimpf. Yesterday, reports surfaced that about 10% of the company’s 380 employees had been laid off, »
- DAVID BLOOM
"You're gonna make me stress vomit, Marcus!" exclaimed Allison Tolman ("Fargo") during our recent webcam chat after I rattled off the high-profile names vying for Emmy nominations in the Movie/Mini Supporting Actress category. (Watch the complete interview below.) According to Gold Derby's exclusive odds, Tolman is in the running against Julia Roberts ("The Normal Heart"), Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett ("American Horror Story: Coven"), Jacqueline Bisset ("Dancing on the Edge"), Ellen Burstyn ("Flowers in the Attic"), Kathy Baker ("Return to Zero") and Janet McTeer ("The White Queen"). -Break- Join the 'Fargo' Emmy discussions going on right now in the Gold Derby message boards That's quite the company to be a part of, especially for a relativel newcomer like Tolman who's starring in her first major project. "I'm starting ..."' »
Lifetime’s latest acquisition, “Return to Zero,” is a painful portrait of devastating loss, pivoting on a performance by Minnie Driver that acutely captures those raw feelings. Based on writer-producer-director Sean Hanish’s personal experience, the movie chronicles a couple dealing with a still-born baby and the consequences its aftermath produces on their relationship. While the Lifetime-movie crowd will no doubt be able to identify with the emotion, the movie gets a tad uneven in the later going, stumbling toward a resolution that begins to fray around the edges, despite a first-rate cast.
Maggie (Driver) and her husband Aaron (Paul Adelstein) have one of those picture-perfect lives, and they’re going through the usual mix of excitement and anxiety as they prepare for the birth of their first child. Moreover, her best pal (Andrea Anders) is also due a couple of months behind her, meaning there’s no shortage of »
- Brian Lowry
On tap right now are several exclusive stills from Patrick Cunningham's feature directorial debut, Model Home, and since it's Friday, we figured that staring at them would be a great way to pass the time until the 5:00 Pm whistle.
Co-written by Cunningham and producer William Frank, Model Home is being shepherded by High Windows Films and stars Jasper Cole (pictured right and below), Monique Gabriela Curnen (Contagion), and Kathy Baker (Take Shelter, "Medium").
The narrative explores the practice of "live-in staging," in which recently evicted families are recruited to live in unsold properties. Curnen plays a single mother who begins to entertain dangerous fantasies while "staging" a model home in an otherwise empty development, while Baker portrays a realtor who grows increasingly suspicious and alarmed.
- Steve Barton
William Hurt has dropped out of the Gregg Allman biopic Midnight Rider, two months after production was suspended following the death of 27-year-old camera assistant Sarah Jones. Since William Hurt was playing Gregg Allman in this adaptation of the singer's biography, it remains unclear whether or not the production will start back up again, as investigations continue into the tragic on-set accident.
Production was taking place in Atlanta, Georgia when, on February 20, a train collided with film equipment in rural Doctortown, Ga, where the crew was setting up for shooting on a train trestle that overlooks the Altamaha River, resulting in Sarah Jones' death and seven other crew members getting injured. According to Deadline, the movie's producers were apparently still trying to rally the crew to continue production in the days following, but shooting was eventually suspended.
William Hurt was one of the actors on the bridge who were »
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