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According to a new report from Comicbookmovie.com, there are some new,possible spoilers circulating about what Aquaman's appearance will be like in the upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice" super hero/action flick. Their source is Schmoes Know, and they say Aquaman's "going to look like a surfer essentially with tribal tattoos and all that jazz." They're also speculating that Aquaman may have played a part in getting Superman out of the ocean in Man Of Steel flick, stating: " Aquaman sent the whales to save Supes and make sure he was okay, which makes sense considering we never actually see how Supes gets back to shore in the film. He sees the whales and then it cuts to him walking on land, which could mean they were saving the swim back for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." The movie currently stars: Henry Cavill as Superman/Clark Kent »
As the final acquisition deals roll in on Toronto’s 2014 film festival movies, a couple of overriding themes emerged that bode well for the appetite for indie fare and have sellers smacking their lips for Afm, Sundance, Berlin and beyond. In a fest where Harvey Weinstein left his checkbook home and didn’t make a single splashy deal, I have never seen so many new players make statement buys at a festival than happened in Toronto.
The other intriguing development came on the fest’s biggest deal, when Paramount Pictures swooped into the auction of the Chris Rock-directed comedy Top Five, and blew buyers out of the water by paying $12.5 million for worldwide rights. It was the second straight fest where Paramount did this, after the studio made a precedent-setting pre-buy Cannes deal for the Denis Villeneuve-directed Amy Adams sci-fi film Story Of Your Life. Some established indie »
- Mike Fleming Jr
Several unspoken-for films came into this year’s Toronto International Film Festival determined not only to find a distributor, but to set a 2014 release date. In the case of Still Alice, the touching drama of a woman’s descent into early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, that plan worked spectacularly well. It had a stirring world-premiere screening on Sept. 8 in a less-visible afternoon slot at Tiff and quickly sparked Oscar buzz for star Julianne Moore, a four-time nominee who has never won.
Sony Pictures Classics presidents Michael Barker and Tom Bernard quickly recognized the kind of role that has Oscar written all over it, and two days later the picture sold to Spc (which, despite having its largest slate of Oscar hopefuls ever, still had an »
- Pete Hammond
Recently, this new set clip (below) for the upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice" super hero/action film, showed up online, and it looks quite interesting and intense, featuring the loud engine sounds of the Batmobile as it takes off. Then shortly after that, we hear a whole bunch of gun shots ring out. Check it out,below. The movie stars: Henry Cavill as Superman/Clark Kent and Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, Diane Lane as Ma Kent, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Ray Fisher as Cyborg ,and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter ,and Scoot McNairy. It's still scheduled to make its way into theaters on March 25th,2016. »
Recently, this new set clip (below) for the upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice" super hero/action movie, hit the net, and features brand new filming action that took place at a secret location in Detroit,Michigan last week. It offers up 13 whopping minutes of footage that shows the Batmobile doing a lot of driving, along with some destroyed boat debris, and more. It looks quite interesting. Check it out,below. The film stars: Henry Cavill as Superman/Clark Kent and Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, Diane Lane as Ma Kent, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Ray Fisher as Cyborg ,and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter ,and Scoot McNairy. It's still due to arrive in theaters on March 25th,2016. »
Recently, this new set clip (below) for the upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice" super hero/action flick, showed up online, and features a look at 2 Batmobiles on the set, getting prepped for action. And at one point, we see some boats from filming that went down last week in Detroit,Michigan. Check it out,below. The movie stars: Henry Cavill as Superman/Clark Kent and Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, Diane Lane as Ma Kent, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Ray Fisher as Cyborg ,and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter ,and Scoot McNairy. It's still set to show up in theaters on March 25th,2016. »
Interest in superhero movies is at a fever pitch, so it’s no surprise that a flood of video and photos from the set of the now-filming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will continue to flow so long as cameras are rolling. Zack Snyder knew exactly what he was doing when he recently unveiled the new Batmobile in full, because Snyder and his crew are currently shooting a number of scenes on the streets of Detroit that feature Bruce Wayne’s new wheels. A rather lengthy piece of video of the aforementioned Batmobile “in action” has now surfaced, giving fans the opportunity to take a look at the car from a variety of angles. It’s admittedly a very tame piece of video, and it doesn’t even feature any actual filming, but for those who are curious to see more of the Batmobile’s practical applications it might be of interest. »
- Adam Chitwood
Tim Burton's upcoming drama, Big Eyes, now has an eye-popping debut trailer. The film, out on Christmas Day, tells the true story of Margaret Keane (Amy Adams), whose striking portraits of children with massive eyes became a sensation in the Fifties and Sixties – though her husband, Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz), took all the credit for her work, claiming no one would buy art created by a woman.
The trailer, released by The Weinstein Company, establishes the film's engaging arc – from Margaret's early development as a painter to her »
This story first appeared in the Sept. 26 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Fans of Margaret Keane might be perplexed by a recent spike in online sales activity for the 87-year-old artist, whose paintings of wide-eyed children were the height of 1960s and '70s kitsch. EBay lately has been glutted with framed prints, lithographs and very small paintings of very big eyes now selling for $8,500 a pop. Most of the items look as if they've been dragged out of the attic. It's due in part to Tim Burton's new Big Eyes, which stars Amy Adams and Christoph
- Elizabeth Snead
The 27th Tokyo International Film Festival (Tiff) has announced its Special Screenings line-up of high-profile films from Japan and abroad.
Aside from previously announced opening and closing films - Big Hero 6 and Parasyte - world premieres in Special Screenings include Mamoru Oshii’s Japan-Canada coproduction Garm Wars The Last Druid, a “hybrid animation fusing pioneer CG and live-action technologies”.
Also, Isshin Inudo’s romance Miracle: Devil Claus’ Love And Magic, Sebastian Masuda’s The Nutcracker 3D and Kiyotaka Taguchi’s The Next Generation - Patlabor - Episode 10, a live action version of Mobile Police Patlabor with special footage to screen with commentary from general director Oshii.
The festival will run Oct 23-31.
Title/country/director, Wp - World Premiere
- email@example.com (Jean Noh)
Here’s the first trailer for Tim Burton’s biopic about the couple whose paintings became one of the first mass-marketed art sensations in the 1950s and early ’60s. Two-time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz and five-time nominee Amy Adams star as Walter and Margaret Keane, whose paintings of large-eyed children were hawked in gas stations and just about every five-and-dime store. He got all the fame, but she was the real artist of the family. Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski wrote Big Eyes, which also stars Krysten Ritter, Jason Schwartzman, Terrence Stamp and Danny Huston. The Weinstein Company is positioning for an awards-season run with a Christmas Day opening.
- The Deadline Team
Tim Burton’s new movie, Big Eyes, is the true story of ‘50s art world stars Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz) and Margaret Keane (Amy Adams), whose love affair devolved into a bitter court battle after Margaret claimed Walter had been taking credit for her work. The film certainly has a more realist bent than most Tim Burton films, although the iconic big-eyed children in the paintings do look like something straight out of The Nightmare Before Christmas. »
- Anna Silman
Big Eyes tells the story artist of Margaret Keane (Amy Adams), the woman behind the now-iconic portraits of children with enormous eyes of the ’50s and ’60s. Her images are ones that aren’t immediately understood—Jason Schwartzman’s Ruben surely doesn’t get it at first—but they quickly become popular, and rather lucrative. Unfortunately for Margaret, her husband, Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz’s Walter, »
- Emily Blake
There's no Johnny Depp or supernatural forces in sight in the trailer for Tim Burton's Big Eyes, but there are plenty of other familiar faces. The true story centers on the relationship between Walter (Christoph Waltz) and Margaret Keane (Amy Adams), who became famous in the 1950s and '60s thanks to popular paintings of big-eyed children. As the trailer shows, Walter took credit for the paintings, which were actually created by Margaret, because he didn't think people would buy art from a woman. The film from The Weinstein Company opens Christmas Day. Krysten Ritter and Jason Schwartzman also star.
- THR staff
I've been diving back into Tim Burton's filmography as of late in preparation for this winter's "Big Eyes." The film will tell the story of artist Margaret Keane (Amy Adams), who build an empire with her husband Walter (Christoph Waltz) on the little white lie that he was the one responsible for her popular images of children with, well, big eyes. They would simply sell better if considered a dude's work, you see. What I've been struck by — not that it isn't an obvious trajectory for Burton's career that many have observed — is how alive his art was prior to an early-to-mid aughts decline that has left us with products like "Alice in Wonderland" and "Planet of the Apes" and "Dark Shadows." Films like "Ed Wood" and "Edward Scissorhands" and "Beetle Juice" pop with vision and vigor, whereas so much of his work as of late seems to wear »
- Kristopher Tapley
He's got two Oscars on his mantle, so how about a third? Christoph Waltz will have his shot this Christmas with Tim Burton's "Big Eyes," and the first trailer for this oddball, art world legal drama is here. The actor co-stars with Amy Adams (herself a five time Oscar nominee) in a story about Walter and Margaret Keane, two darlings of the art scene of the 1950s whose marriage and partnership disintegrated when the latter accused the former of taking the credit for her work. The matter went to court, with the two compelled to paint in real time to prove once and for all who deserved recognition as such. Here's the official synopsis: Directed and produced by Tim Burton, Big Eyes is based on the true story of Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz), who was one of the most successful painters of the 1950s and early 1960s. The artist »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams are about to go to war over paintings of children with disproportionally large eyes in the first trailer for Tim Burton‘s “Big Eyes.” The film is based on the true story of Margaret and Walter Keane, the married couple credited with creating and painting images of big-eyed children which became massively popular in the 1960s, and will follow the couple as they begin to dispute who really painted the art, culminating in a courtroom paint-off. See photos: Amy Adams Paints Creepy Children in First Look at Tim Burton's ‘Big Eyes’ The film takes »
- Linda Ge
The Weinstein Company has released the first trailer for Tim Burton’s highly-anticipated drama, “Big Eyes,” which opens Christmas Day. Starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz, “Big Eyes” tells the real-life story of Margaret Keane and her husband Walter Keane, who was credited with revolutionizing popular art in the 1950s and 1960s with portraits of waif-like children with huge eyes although it was Margaret who was the real, uncredited painter.
- Variety Staff
The Weinstein Company has released the first Big Eyes trailer for director Tim Burton’s upcoming drama. The film revolves around the lives of artists Margaret (Amy Adams) and Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz). Walter became famous in the 1950s and 60s for paintings featuring saucer-eyed kids, but it was the shy Margaret who really did the work. Walter's fraud eventually led to a divorce and a heated court battle to prove authorship of the paintings. This looks to be a fantastic return to form for Burton after his flurry of CG-stuffed studio films, and honestly if I didn't know this was a Tim Burton film going in, I might not have guessed it from this trailer. The film appears to tackle issues like the commercialization of art and the marginalization of women both at home and in the workplace, and I would not be shocked to see Adams become a »
- Adam Chitwood
Recently, this new set clip (below) for the upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice" super hero/action flick, showed up online, and delivers new rear view, close up footage of the Batmobile car chase scene that was filmed last week in Detroit,Mi. It's a 30 second clip. Most of the time was spent setting it up. Then at the very end, we see the Batmobile speeding off for action. Check it out,below. The movie stars: Henry Cavill as Superman/Clark Kent and Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, Diane Lane as Ma Kent, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Ray Fisher as Cyborg ,and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter ,and Scoot McNairy. It's due to arrive in theaters on March 25th,2016. »
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