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9 items from 2016


Sisters Dakota And Elle Fanning Attend Saint Laurent Show In La

11 February 2016 1:31 PM, PST | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Dakota Fanning and her younger sister Elle Fanning were in attendance at the 2016 Saint Laurent at the Palladium event Wednesday in Los Angeles, Calif. Fanning Sisters At Saint Laurent Show Dakota, 21, and Elle, 17, both wore their straight blond locks down for the star-studded fashion event. While Fanning kept things simple in a […]

The post Sisters Dakota And Elle Fanning Attend Saint Laurent Show In La appeared first on uInterview. »

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Aussie actors Olivia DeJonge and Chanel Marriot face off in 'Kids' Oscars'

4 February 2016 5:15 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Chanel Marriott.

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Two young Australian actors are set to battle it out at the 37th Annual Young Artist Awards, or 'kiddie Oscars', after both were nomainted for Best Performance in a Feature Film..

Perth actress, Chanel Marriott, 20, has been nominated for Best Performance in a Feature Film for her portrayal of Alison in the controversial pro-life drama, Alison's Choice.

While fellow West Australian Olivia DeJonge has also recieved a nomination for her performance in M. Night Shyamalan's The Visit. .

The Young Artist Awards are regarded as young Hollywood's answer to the Academy Awards, recognising children for their work within the entertainment industry..

Previous winners include Scarlett Johansson, Emma Watson, Elijah Wood, Chloe Grace Moretz, Dakota Fanning, Haley Joel Osment, Miley Cyrus, Jaden Smith, Patrick Dempsey, and Christian Bale to name a small few.

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Olivia DeJonge.

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This will be Chanel's fourth consecutive nomination - her first in the feature film category. »

- Brian Karlovsky

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Aussie actors Olivia DeJonge and Chanel Marriot face off in 'Kiddie Oscars'

4 February 2016 5:15 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Chanel Marriott.

.

Two young Australian actors are set to battle it out at the 37th Annual Young Artist Awards, or 'kiddie Oscars', after both were nomainted for Best Performance in a Feature Film..

Perth actress, Chanel Marriott, 20, has been nominated for Best Performance in a Feature Film for her portrayal of Alison in the controversial pro-life drama, Alison's Choice.

While fellow West Australian Olivia DeJonge has also recieved a nomination for her performance in M. Night Shyamalan's The Visit. .

The Young Artist Awards are regarded as young Hollywood's answer to the Academy Awards, recognising children for their work within the entertainment industry..

Previous winners include Scarlett Johansson, Emma Watson, Elijah Wood, Chloe Grace Moretz, Dakota Fanning, Haley Joel Osment, Miley Cyrus, Jaden Smith, Patrick Dempsey, and Christian Bale to name a small few.

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Olivia DeJonge.

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This will be Chanel's fourth consecutive nomination - her first in the feature film category. »

- Brian Karlovsky

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Toni Collette joins cast of Ben Lewin's Please Stand By

26 January 2016 1:41 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Toni Collette.

Toni Collette has joined the cast of Please Stand By, the next film from Australian director Ben Lewin (Seachange, Paperback Romance) after his critically-acclaimed The Sessions in 2012..

Collette joins River Alexander, her The Way Way Back co-star, as well as Dakota Fanning and Alice Eve..

Fanning plays .a brilliant young woman with autism who escapes her care home and embarks on a road trip of a lifetime: to enter her script into a Hollywood competition...

Collette will play her caregiver.

Embankment FIlms is handling international sales. »

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Variety Honoree Kelly Reichardt: Still on the Side of the Outsiders

20 January 2016 10:01 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Most indie auteurs comfortably orbit the red hot sun that is big budget, tent pole-driven Hollywood, more than happy to exchange their artistic vision and the eternal quest for financing for a shot at a superhero franchise or monster movie with a built-in global audience and fat payday, should the chance ever come their way.

Kelly Reichardt, who will receive Variety’s 2016 Indie Impact Award at Sundance, is not that kind of filmmaker. Since making her acclaimed 1994 debut “River of Grass,” she’s followed her own singular orbit as a true outlier of indie cinema, and over the course of nearly quarter of a century and nine films has amassed a small but potent body of work – including “Old Joy,” “Wendy and Lucy,” “Meek’s Cutoff” and “Night Moves” – that has cemented her reputation as one of the most distinctive voices in movies today, thanks to her hands-on approach (she »

- Iain Blair

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Jacob Tremblay is frighteningly good at being a celebrity already. But will he be Oscar nominated?

13 January 2016 11:03 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Recently Scott Feinberg added Jacob Tremblay to his actual predictions for Best Actor nominations. Yes, Best Actor. While Tremblay is obviously the leading man of Room (he co-leads the first half and essentially takes over in the second) he's been campaigned as supporting because he is a kid and that's how kids are campaigned invariably -- remember when they tried to pretend that Keisha Castle Hughes (Whale Rider) was supporting even though her movie had no other leads. Lol. Not so good times.

Tremblay in Best Actor would be a surprise but it maybe isn't a bad call given the seemingly passion-free zone that is the presumed leaders in that particular race. Though I think we'll only see that "promotion" happening if Room is strong enough to nab a Best Picture nomination (I think it is --see the updated Best Picture chart). On the other hand the actors branch, like most organizations, »

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Our 100 Most-Anticipated Films of 2016

11 January 2016 1:10 PM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

After highlighting 50 films that are most certainly worth seeing this year, it’s time we venture into the unknown. While a multitude of 2016 previews simply regurgitate a list of dated releases, we’ve set out to focus on 100 films we’re genuinely looking forward to, regardless of their marketing budgets. While some might not have a release date — let alone any confirmed festival premiere — most have wrapped production and will likely debut at some point in 2016, so make sure to check back for updates over the next twelve months and beyond.

It should be noted that there are a number of films we’re greatly looking forward to, but whose release we aren’t confident about, including the next features from Claire Denis and Michael Haneke. (Rest assured, however, that we’ll have updates as they come in.)

Lastly, despite not coming out last year, as was planned, Orson Welles »

- TFS Staff

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Review: The Benefactor

10 January 2016 9:16 PM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Plot: Following the death of her parents, a young woman (Dakota Fanning) and her doctor husband (Theo James) are taken under the wing of a family friend, a wealthy philanthropist (Richard Gere) with no family and more than a few secrets of his own. Review: Based on what little material I saw promoting The Benefactor, the premise and poster had me assuming that this would be a kind of white-collar thriller where... Read More »

- Chris Bumbray

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Golden Globes: 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Awards Ceremony

8 January 2016 7:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

For a night known as Hollywood's most notorious open-bar gala, the Golden Globes ceremony remains shrouded in mystery.

Most viewers probably don't even know who presents it (the Hollywood Foreign Press Association), how many voting members it has (only about 90), or what qualifies them to pass judgment on movies and television. Yet movie fans and awards mavens continue to take the Globes seriously as a precursor to the Academy Awards, since some of the Globe honorees will indeed go on to win Oscars. With Ricky Gervais set to reprise his hosting duties this weekend, here are 25 things you need to know about the Globes.

1. Founded in October 1943 by eight foreign-market journalists, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (then called the Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association) held its first awards ceremony the following spring, as a luncheon at 20th Century Fox. Instead of trophies, the winners took home scrolls.

2. The next year, the »

- Moviefone Staff

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