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Amazon has cast Jessica Collins and Corey Cott in the pilot for The Interestings TV show. Based on the Meg Wolitzer novel of the same name, The Interestings follows friends who met as teens at a summer art camp as they grow up. Amazon ordered the pilot back in November.
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Few would argue that Rosamund Pike stole the show in David Fincher’s psychological thriller Gone Girl, portraying an unhinged sociopath that still sends shivers down our spines to this day. Imagine our disappointment, then, when the Oscar-nominated actress followed up Fincher’s opus with middling thriller Return To Sender.
No matter, because Deadline reports that Pike is circling her next potential project, and it’s one that goes by the name Guernsey. Mike Newell of Four Weddings and a Funeral fame is behind the camera, and it’s understood that Pike is currently in contention to play the role of Juliet Ashton – a role that’s attracted the likes of Kate Winslet, Lily James and Rebecca Ferguson in recent times.
- Michael Briers
Exclusive: Much-in-demand Brit actress Rosamund Pike is circling long-gestating project Guernsey, with Harry Potter director Mike Newell also in the mix to direct. The project, previously known by the more unwieldy The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, has previously attracted a string of high-profile actresses to consider the formidable lead role, including Kate Winslet, Lily James and Rebecca Ferguson. The story follows a writer, as she forms an unexpected… »
Based on Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows's novel, the story follows a writer as she forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island in the aftermath of World War II when she decides to write a book about their experiences during the war.
The project has yet to be green lit, and financing is still coming together.
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- Garth Franklin
Jessica Collins (Rubicon, Zero Dark Thirty) and Corey Cott (Public Morals) have booked series regular roles on Amazon pilot The Interestings, from Sony TV's TriStar Television. Written by Nip/Tuck alums Lyn Greene and Richard Levine and directed by Mike Newell, The Interestings is described as a grounded. character-driven drama based on Meg Wolitzer's novel about a group of friends who meet at an arts camp when they're 15 in 1974. The series chronicles their relationships… »
Tony winner Gabriel Ebert has landed a lead role in the Amazon pilot The Interestings, from Sony TV’s TriStar Television. Written by Nip/Tuck alums Lyn Greene and Richard Levine and directed by Mike Newell, The Interestings is described as a grounded. character-driven drama based on Meg Wolitzer's novel about a group of friends who meet at an arts camp when they're 15 in 1974. The series chronicles their relationships throughout the next three decades dealing with the… »
Welcome back to the Definitive List, where for the inaugural top 50, we’re counting down the best romantic comedies. The majority of numbers 50 through 41 weren’t so traditional. A secret-admirer movie, a period piece, a “These two don’t make sense together” movie, and a French fantasy among them, but we still managed to squeak in a Wes Anderson movie and a surrealist masterpiece. It doesn’t get any more traditional from here, as numbers 40 through 31 jumps around just as much, from sub-genre to sub-genre. Regardless, these films have made their mark on the industry and still hold a place in the pantheon of the rom-com hall of fame.
#40. Groundhog Day (1993)
Bill Murray was nominated for an Oscar after his dramatic turn in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation. He has shown great promise in Wes Anderson’s films. But his best performance to date came in this Harold Ramis »
- Joshua Gaul
London-born Boyega most recently played the lead role of Finn in Star Wars: The Force Awakens while Larson starred in drama Room, a performance that has positioned her as a frontrunner for the best actress Oscar.
Johnson’s breakthrough role came early in 2015 playing the female lead in Fifty Shades Of Grey while Egerton took on his most high-profile role last year opposite Colin Firth in Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Egerton, Boyega and Powley are all Screen International Stars of Tomorrow, in 2014, 2011 and »
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London — “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” star John Boyega, “Fifty Shades of Grey” actor Dakota Johnson and Brie Larson, who is an awards favorite for “Room,” are among those nominated for the Ee Rising Star Award, which will be presented at the BAFTA Film Awards.
The other nominees for the award are Taron Egerton, who starred in “Kingsman: The Secret Service” and appeared alongside Tom Hardy in London-set gangster movie “Legend,” and Bel Powley, who was nominated for the Independent Spirit Awards for coming-of-age drama “The Diary of a Teenage Girl.”
Past winners of the award include Tom Hardy, James McAvoy, Kristen Stewart and Will Poulter. Jack O’Connell won the award last year following his performance in Yann Demange’s directorial debut “’71.”
The Rising Star award will be voted for by the public, with voting kicking off tomorrow. The winner will be revealed at the BAFTA Film Awards on Feb. »
- Leo Barraclough
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