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Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard cast in The Goldfinch

After the recent addition of Jeffery Wright and Luke Wilson to The Goldfinch, Warner Bros. has now added another name to the adaptation. The Hollywood Reporter brought word that Stranger Things and It star Finn Wolfhard has joined the cast in the film.

The Goldfinch is an adaptation of Donna Tartt’s bestselling book and will be directed by John Crowley with Ansel Elgort (Baby Driver) in the lead role. The film sees Elgort as Theodore Decker, a young man who survives a terrorist bombing at an art museum which kills his mother and tumbles through a series of adventures before becoming involved in New York City’s art underworld.

Wolfhard will star as Young Boris, a Ukrainian student and troublemaker who bonds with Theo due to both having lost their mothers and who introduces him to drugs and alcohol.

Also starring in the film is Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story
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Stranger Things Star Finn Wolfhard Joins The Goldfinch

Warner Bros.' highly-anticipated adaptation of The Goldfinch has picked up another important cast member, with It and Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard joining the cast. The young actor will portray the younger version of the pivotal Boris character, with the adult version being played by Aneurin Barnard (Dunkirk). Young Boris makes quite an impact on the life of the lead character Theo Decker, although it hasn't been revealed who will play the young Theo quite yet.

In the original Pulitzer Prize winning book by Donna Tartt, the story follows 13-year-old Theo Decker, who was visiting the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art with his mother, to see an exhibition of Dutch masterpieces, which includes Carel Fabritius's The Goldfinch. Theo's life is upended when a bomb explodes in the museum as part of a deadly terrorist attack that kills his mother and several others. Amid the confusion, Theo comes across
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Meet the Star-Studded Cast of the Goldfinch Movie Adaptation

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Donna Tartt's 2013 bestseller, The Goldfinch, will be adapted into a movie in 2019, and right on schedule, the film is amassing a star-studded cast. The latest star to be added to the tale of a young man who steals the titular painting is Finn Wolfhard, who joins previously cast stars like Ansel Elgort and Sarah Paulson. We previously learned that Brooklyn's John Crowley would direct, and while we daydreamed about who could star, here's the real cast of the big-screen version. Related24 Books Becoming Movies in 2018
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5 reasons to see The Post

5 reasons to see The Post5 reasons to see The PostAmanda Wood1/16/2018 9:00:00 AMMeryl Streep, Tom Hanks, And Steven Spielberg? Working together on one movie? It seems like something out of our wildest dreams, and yet it's somehow very real.  The Post tells the strange but true story of how the Washington Post went against protocol (and the law) to publish leaked government documents about the futility of the Vietnam War. Many directors would be wary to take on such heavy material, but it obviously didn't deter Spielberg at all. Rounding up a best-of-the-best cast, he has crafted a thrilling and rather timely movie about the freedom of the press. We've put together five reasons why we think you should see The Post, out in theatres now.  1. Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks at the top of their games

There's been very little that Meryl Streep or Tom Hanks has done
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The Post Review

Author: Stefan Pape

It was only two years ago that Spotlight won Best Picture at the Academy Awards, a film about journalists searching for the truth in the face of adversity. Now, it’s a territory that Steven Spielberg has delved into himself, to make an intelligent, entertaining drama that is so gloriously cinematic and unrelentingly fast-paced. It’s a bit like Spotlight, just played on fast forward.

Meryl Streep plays Kay Graham, the first female newspaper publisher, who runs the Washington Post, finding herself unwittingly caught up in a battle between the truth, and the Government. Her enterprising, stubborn editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks), along with his team of diligent reporters, have somehow got their hands on the Pentagon Papers, a revealing document that unravels corruption and lies concerning politicians and the military – going back as far as The White House. The New York Times have the story too,
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Movie Review – The Post (2017)

The Post, 2017.

Directed by Steven Spielberg.

Starring Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Sarah Paulson, Bob Odenkirk, Tracy Letts, Bradley Whitford, Michael Stuhlbarg, Jesse Plemons, Alison Brie and Matthew Rhys.


In the early 70s, the Washington Post discovers an extensive cover-up spanning four Us Presidents. The decision to publish what became known as The Pentagon Papers puts it, especially its publisher and editor, on a collision course with the government.

We’ve seen Washington Post Editor Ben Bradlee before, but played by a gruff Jason Robards in All The President’s Men (1976). There’s no mention in Steven Spielberg’s The Post of either Bob Woodward or Carl Bernstein – at least by name – but by the end of the film we’re in no doubt that one of the many hats worn by the film is that of prequel. To Watergate. And it’s all laced with the delicious irony of
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Box Office Roundup: ‘Jumanji’ Regains Top Spot

Despite the expansion of Steven Spielberg’s The Post, and the release of three new features, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was able to regain the top spot at the box office. The Kevin Hart/Dwayne Johnson vehicle has been an absolute smash hit both domestically and internationally adding another estimated $27 million domestically during this Mlk weekend. Jumanji has now earned $283 million in the staes alone, with a worldwide cume of around $667 million.

Expanding to 2,800 theaters, Speilberg’s The Post finished second at the domestic box office earning an estimated $18 million. The Post is lead by an all-star cast which includes Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, and Sarah Paulson among others. While not the box office results the filmmakers were expecting, The Post was able to hold off all three new wide releases.

Of the three new releases, The Commuter, Paddington 2 ($10.6 million), and Proud Mary ($10 million), only the Liam Neeson
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Jeffrey Wright and Luke Wilson join The Goldfinch

Warner Bros. and Amazon Studios’ The Goldfinch has added two more names to its cast, with Jeffrey Wright (Westworld) and Luke Wilson (Brad’s Status) both signing on to the adaptation of Donna Tartt’s bestselling book.

The Goldfinch is being directed by John Crowley (Brooklyn), and also has Ansel Elgort (Baby Driver), Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story), Willa Fitzgerald (Scream: The TV Series), Ashleigh Cummings (Hounds of Love) and Aneurin Barnard (Dunkirk) on board.

The film sees Elgort as Theodore Decker, a young man who survives a terrorist bombing at an art museum which kills his mother and tumbles through a series of adventures before becoming involved in New York City’s art underworld. Wright is set to play Hobie, who eventually provides a stable life for Theo, while Wilson will portray Theo’s alcoholic, deadbeat father.

The Goldfinch is set for release on October 11th 2019.

Via Variety, THR
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Bob Odenkirk to Star in Action-Thriller from ‘John Wick’ Writer

Bob Odenkirk to Star in Action-Thriller from ‘John Wick’ Writer
Better Call Saul” star Bob Odenkirk will produce and star in the action thriller “Nobody” for STXfilms.

Odenkirk will produce with producing partner Marc Provissiero through their Odenkirk-Provissiero along with Braden Aftergood.

Derek Kolstad, who wrote “John Wick,” is attached to write the screenplay about an ordinary man who comes to the defense of a woman being harassed by thugs, then learns later that one of the thugs is the brother of a drug kingpin and is out for vengeance.

Executive producers on the project are Kolstad, “Deadpool 2” director David Leitch, Chad Stahelski and Kelly McCormick of 87eleven. Stx’s’Drew Simon and Kate Vorhoff will oversee production.

Odenkirk is best known for portraying lawyer Saul Goodman on the AMC crime drama series “Breaking Bad” and its spin-off “Better Call Saul.” He’s currently starring in Steven Spielberg’s “The Post,” in which he portrays journalist Ben Bagdikian.

His other credits include “Nebraska,” “The Disaster Artist” as well
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The Goldfinch movie: Luke Wilson joins Ansel Elgort

Kayti Burt Jan 12, 2018

The John Crowley-directed adaptation of The Goldfinch has been adding to its cast...

Warner Bros. and Amazon Studios are putting together a talented cast for their movie adaptation of Dona Tartt's Pulitzer Prize-winning thriller The Goldfinch. Luke Wilson just signed on to play the father character to Ansel Elgort's Theodore Decker.

The Goldfinch is the story of a young man who, after surviving a terrorist attack at the Met that killed his mother, is drawn into New York City's art underworld. At one point in the narrative, Theodore ends up in Las Vegas with his father, a failed actor and alcoholic, which is where Wilson comes in.

Brooklyn's John Crowley is helming the feature film, which also stars Sarah Paulson (as Xandra), Jeffrey Wright (as Hobie), and Aneurin Barnard (as Boris). According to Variety, Willa Fitzgerald is also in talks to sign on as Kitsey Barbour.
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Luke Wilson Joins Ansel Elgort in 'The Goldfinch' (Exclusive)

Luke Wilson Joins Ansel Elgort in 'The Goldfinch' (Exclusive)
Luke Wilson has closed a deal to join the cast of The Goldfinch, the adaptation of the Donna Tartt best-seller being made by Warner Bros. and Amazon Studios.

John Crowley (Brooklyn) is directing the drama that has Baby Driver star Ansel Elgort toplining as a young man who loses his mother in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is taken in by a wealthy family, only to be drawn into New York City’s art underworld.

Sarah Paulson, Jeffrey Wright and Aneurin Barnard are among those on the call sheet for the movie, which will begin shooting later...
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Everything We Know About the Next Season of American Horror Story

As the old adage goes: new year, new . . . season of American Horror Story to obsess over. Now that we've crossed over into 2018, it's officially time to spread out our clues and try to figure out where the most unpredictable show on television will take us next. Previously, we thought we spotted a few clues near the end of Ahs: Cult; perhaps, we thought, the next installment would take us to Butte, Montana. But the only thing better than a potential hint is concrete detail from the creator himself, Ryan Murphy. Luckily, the horror mastermind has already let slip a few spare tidbits about the show's eighth go-round. Let's review what we know so far. 1. The Cast Sarah Paulson had already signed on way back in Oct. 2017, making her the first member of the cast. But we'll do you one better. At this Winter's Television Critics Association panel, Murphy unleashed one major revelation.
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The Post European Premiere Interviews: Tom Hanks and more on Spielberg’s timely new film

Author: Jon Lyus

We present our red carpet interviews from the European Premiere of Steven Spielberg’s The Post, held at the Odeon Leicester Square on the 10th of January, 2018. It is the first high profile event of the 2018 movie calendar, and a new Spielberg film in cinemas is always something to take note of.

The film stars Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson, Bradley Whitford, Alison Brie, Carrie Coon, Bob Odenkirk and many more. It tells the true story of the uneasy alliance between the owners and journalists of The Washington Post and The New York Times as they sought to uncover the true nature of the United States government’s involvement in Vietnam.

Spielberg has assembled a fine cast for this timely film, and it was a pleasure to attend the premiere this evening. Hanks, in particular, was in fine form, careening effortlessly from outlandish (and fictional) tales
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American Horror Story Season 8 Will Be Chilling And Set In The Near Future

Since it erupted onto television screens in 2011, Golden Globe winning actress Sarah Paulson has been a core part of the American Horror Story anthology series. In a starring cast of 27, across seven very different seasons, only Paulson and Evan Peters have the distinction of having featured in each one. It comes as little surprise, then, to hear Ryan Murphy not only confirm her involvement in the upcoming eighth season, but also to find that plans are afoot to ensure the actress will be augmenting her physicality once more – but in a very new way.

Having revealed to the Television Critics Association that season 8 of the show will be set in the future, Murphy made the further revelation to Entertainment Weekly that Paulson would be using dental appliances for her new role.

“Sarah Paulson is very excited about the dental appliances she will be wearing on the show.

“It’s set in the near future.
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The Post: The cast reveals what it's like working with Spielberg and Streep

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The Post: The cast reveals what it's like working with Spielberg and StreepThe Post: The cast reveals what it's like working with Spielberg and StreepJenny Bullough1/10/2018 3:38:00 Pm

Starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks and directed by Steven Spielberg, The Post has the kind of pedigree most films would die for. Which is why we were so surprised when this prestige drama chronicling the real-life events around The Washington Post's decision to publish the Pentagon Papers in the early 1970s was shut out of the Golden Globes after receiving six nominations. However, given the timeliness of the film's story, we can't help but expect that the Oscar voters will feel differently about the film.

We had a chance recently to sit down with members of the amazingly talented cast including Sarah Paulson, Bob Odenkirk, Bradley Whitford, and Tracy Letts to discuss what makes this film so timely, and of course,
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Versace Family Condemns 'Reprehensible' 'American Crime Story'

The Versace family issued a second statement Wednesday condemning FX's upcoming series, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, seemingly in response to showrunner Ryan Murphy's recent defense of the show.

"As we have said, the Versace family has neither authorized nor had any involvement whatsoever in the forthcoming TV series about the death of Mr. Gianni Versace, which should only be considered as a work of fiction," the family said in a statement. "The company producing the series claims it is relying on a book by Maureen Orth,
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Tamika’s Favorites of 2017

Last year felt like a rollercoaster ride, but luckily, for me, there were a number of horror-related films, TV shows, and apparel that put a smile on my face and helped me chug along throughout the year. Here is my list of favorites from 2017:

Mr. Mercedes: After getting to experience the first season of Stephen King's Mr. Mercedes on the Audience network back in August, I am happy to say that it is wonderful yet anxiety-inducing to spend time under Debbie's Blue Umbrella (this will make more sense after watching the series).

Mr. Mercedes is based on the first book in a trilogy of crime novels (Mr. Mercedes, Finders Keepers, and End of Watch) that follow former detective Bill Hodges, a hard-drinking older gentleman who gets sucked back into the world of crime-solving when a very disturbed psychopath named Brady Hartsfield begins sending him menacing letters.

I wasn't
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New Featurette Arrives For Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Post’

20th Century Fox has released a new featurette for The Post highlighting actor Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee. The featurette includes commentary from director Steven Spielberg, and fellow cast members Meryl Streep, Bob Odenkirk, and more.

Steven Spielberg directs Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks in The Post, a thrilling drama about the unlikely partnership between The Washington Post’s Katharine Graham (Streep), the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, and editor Ben Bradlee (Hanks), as they race to catch up with The New York Times to expose a massive cover-up of government secrets that spanned three decades and four U.S. Presidents. The two must overcome their differences as they risk their careers – and their very freedom – to help bring long-buried truths to light.

The Post marks the first time Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg have collaborated on a project. In addition to directing, Spielberg produces
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American Horror Story: Season Eight; Ryan Murphy Teases the Future of the FX Series

What's next for American Horror Story? Recently, Ryan Murphy teased season eight of the FX TV show, The Wrap reports.The last season of the anthology horror drama was titled Cult and explored the events surrounding the 2016 presidential election. The cast included Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Billy Eichner, Cheyenne Jackson, Alison Pill, Colton Haynes, Lena Dunham, and Adina Porter.Read More…
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Liz Garbus’ New York Times Doc Gets Release Date on Showtime

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Awards for fake news stories and the fact that terms like “post-truth” exist suggest that we need a David and Goliath narrative about the importance of journalism now more than ever. Thankfully, as Deadline reports, Liz Garbus’ documentary on The New York Times will air on Showtime on May 27. The previously-announced doc chronicles the publication’s inner workings during the first year of the Trump Administration, which isn’t exactly a proponent of the free press (to put it mildly). Produced by RadicalMedia for Showtime, Garbus’ project is tentatively titled “The Fourth Estate.”

“From the first time President Trump called The New York Times ‘highly inaccurate’ in its coverage of his administration, through his false claim that the paper is ‘failing’ and losing thousands of subscribers, to ultimately declaring the majority of the nation’s major news outlets ‘fake news,’ a chief task for the Times,
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