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Richard Gere stars as a homeless man in the film that debuted at Toronto.
IFC brokered the deal with Wme Global, ICM Partners and Paradigm and plans a 2015 theatrical release for the film. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
IFC Films has acquired Us rights to Oren Moverman’s Time Out Of Mind starring Richard Gere following its recent world premiere in Toronto. Ben Vereen, Jena Malone, Kyra Sedgwick and Jeremy Strong also star in the tale of a desperate man on the streets of New York who reconnects with his daughter after he stays at a homeless centre.Michael Kenneth Williams, Yul Vazquez, Coleman Domingo, Geraldine Hughes and Steve Buscemi round out the cast.Gere produced with Blackbird Fil
- email@example.com (Jeremy Kay)
We’re back here again. It’s been a week full of rumors, as talk swirls about who will be in WB’s next DC movie, Suicide Squad, and whether or not Jena Malone is in Batman v Superman. (As it turns out, she is.) On the Marvel side the talk has all been about Doctor Strange. While […]
- Russ Fischer
If you’ve got a wicked case of the Mondays, maybe a piping-hot batch of superhero news will turn your frown upside down. Today we’ve got the latest on the gender-bending potential Robin casting, Jason Momoa on playing Aquaman, and more. The big news on Friday was that actress Jena Malone has a part in the upcoming Zack Snyder film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Warner Bros. isn’t saying who she’s playing, but an adventurous extra on the film technically violated his (or her) nondisclosure agreement to reveal that the film features a female Robin. Could this be Malone’s part? The idea of a woman playing Robin isn’t as far-fetched as casual fans think – Carrie Kelley was Batman’s sidekick in The Dark Knight Returns miniseries...
- Mike Bracken
One of the best films to debut in Toronto and play at the New York Film Festival, writer-director Oren Moverman's "Time Out of Mind," stars Richard Gere as a homeless man in New York. You can see vestiges of his rakish charm, sexy grin, and proper wardrobe. But now he has no money, has been kicked out of a friend's vacated apartment, and seeks to reconcile with his estranged daughter (Jena Malone). This is a guy who made mistakes in his life. We learn more as Moverman's probing hand-held cameras follow him around his peregrinations in New York within the real homeless population, sitting on park benches, sleeping in the men's shelter at Bellevue and trying to navigate New York's bureaucratic maze. It's a must-see and IFC has acquired it for release in 2015, when Gere's naked, restrained performance will surely be a contender in the Best Actor race. Astonishingly, »
- Anne Thompson
IFC is planning a 2105 released. The film stars Richard Gere as a homeless man and Jena Malone as his estranged daughter. Variety’s Justin Chang described the film in his Toronto review as “a haunting piece of urban poetry.”
- Dave McNary
IFC Films acquired the rights to “Time Out of Mind,” starring Richard Gere and directed by Oren Moverman. The haunting indie drama follows George (Gere), a man who is thrust onto New York City's gritty streets and seeks refuge at an intake center for homeless men at Bellevue and begins to repair the relationship with his estranged daughter. The film also stars Ben Vereen, Jena Malone, Kyra Sedgwick, Jeremy Strong, Michael Kenneth Williams, Yul Vazquez, Coleman Domingo, Geraldine Hughes, and Steve Buscemi. See photos: Toronto Party Report in Pictures: Keira Knightley, Adam Driver, Martin Scorsese and a Studio Chief in Hockey Gear (Photos) “‘Time Out. »
- Gina Hall
Oren Moverman’s Time Out Of Mind world premiered last month at Tiff and had its U.S. premiere at the New York Film Festival and now IFC Films has acquired U.S. rights to the pic. Written and directed by Moverman, the film stars Richard Gere as George, a desperate man who is thrust onto New York City’s gritty and unforgiving streets. He seeks refuge at an intake center for homeless men at Bellevue, and through a series of events, begins to repair the relationship with his estranged daughter. Ben Vereen, Jena Malone, Kyra Sedgwick, Jeremy Strong, Michael Kenneth Williams, Yul Vazquez, Coleman Domingo, Geraldine Hughes, and Steve Buscemi also star. Gere is producing with Blackbird Films’ Lawrence Inglee, Caroline Kaplan, Edward Walson, Cold Iron Pictures’ Miranda Bailey and River Road Entertainment’s Bill Pohlad. Mohammed Al Turki, Zak Tucker, Cold Iron Pictures’ Amanda Marshall and Eva Maria Daniels are exec producers. »
- The Deadline Team
IFC Films has picked up U.S. rights to filmmaker Oren Moverman's Time Out of Mind, starring Richard Gere as a homeless man on the streets of New York City who is estranged from his daughter. The movie, which made its world premiere last month at the Toronto Film Festival, is set to hit theaters in 2015, meaning it won't be a contender in this year's awards race. Time Out of Mind also features Ben Vereen, Jena Malone, Kyra Sedgwick and Steve Buscemi. Read more New York Film Fest: 'Time Out of Mind' Star Richard Gere Receives Career Tribute Gere produced the
- Pamela McClintock
Potential spoilers herein! Jena Malone looks set to play a "key role" in Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman, according to reports. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Malone is in the film, but a second unverified report suggests an interesting role for her - and it's here we should probably say that there are potential Spoilers ahead, so stop reading if you would like to be completely surprised. »
Spoiler warning: if true, this story might reveal something about Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice that you'd prefer to find out of the big screen when the film is released.
As such, we're deploying Daphne The Spoiler Squirrel so you don't accidentally read something you don't want to. Scroll past Daphne and her nuts at your peril...
Here's a story that broke over the weekend, and seemed to, er, 'cause a bit of discussion'. Jena Malone has become the latest addition to the cast of Zack Snyder's still-shooting Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. And there are reports that she's going to be taking on the role of Robin in the movie.
As always though in the world of Batman casting, things aren't quite that straightforward.
For starters, we're in deep rumour territory. »
Batman v Superman might already be packing a seriously over-stacked cast list, but there’s apparently room for one more, with Jena Malone set to appear in the film. According to THR, Malone will feature in a “mystery role”, with no details confirmed as yet regarding who exactly she’ll be playing. Rumour has it that she could be appearing as a female version of Robin, although there’s nothing concrete on that front. A potential headline maker in the works there… Carrie Kelley is another potential character to have been mentioned...
- George Wales
There’s been some speculation that Jena Malone will actually be playing the female version of Robin, Carrie Kelley, in 2016s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – first when Malone visited the set a few months back, then a recent picture of her with red hair on Instagram, and most recently the reported confirmation from an extra that the film features a female Robin. This may all still be coincidence and the “extra” could be lying about a female Robin being in the film, capitalizing on Jena Malone’s recent hair change. But, if it is true, a female Robin may actually do the film some good.
Firstly comic book movies lack strong female characters and this would be an opportunity to rectify that. The film is set to feature Gal Gadot as »
- Thomas Roach
Like most superhero films, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice has dealt with its fair share of rumors and plot leaks, but yesterday things got taken up a notch. An anonymous extra spoke with Michigan.s Wilx (risking a $5 million lawsuit) and revealed several spoilers, one of which was that there will be a female Robin in the film. Combined with the rumors that The Hunger Games: Catching Fire actress Jena Malone is involved with the production, is it possible that these two items are connected? It.s a cop-out answer, but yes and no. The Hollywood Reporter is confirming that Malone is in Batman V Superman, but it.s unknown whether she.s playing a female Robin or a different character. Malone has been seen on set for months now, but these visits were originally attributed to visiting Sucker Punch director Zack Snyder. Then two weeks ago, Malone posted »
Since on set extras dropping scoops is all the rage now (re: Jena Malone/Robin), I got a cool tidbit yesterday. It's a tad spoilerish fyi. Check it.
I have some news regarding the BvS shoot. A couple of on set people have confirmed the occasion for the party thrown by Lex Luthor. It is the reopening of Metropolis Central Library post the battle for Metropolis. Lexcorp funded the construction because “Intellect is man’s biggest strength” which seems to be a direct shot at Superman.
Other small details tied to that scene, the movie will have an almost red carpet montage where the rich and famous are asked their views about the Superman who appeared in the public eye recently. The red carpet setup is attached, and will include both Bruce Wayne and Lex Luthor being asked that question by Lois Lane and Clark Kent on the carpet. »
- El Mayimbe
Our weekly round-up of the latest news and talking points from the world of screen superheroes, including Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Justice League, The Flash, Aquaman, Shazam, Cyborg, Green Lantern, Batman, Superman, Lego Batman, Lego DC Super Heroes, Batman Forever, Batman & Robin, Gotham, Arrow, The Flash, Constantine, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Civil War, Captain America 3, Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, Ant-Man, Daredevil, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse, Gambit, Powers and more….
Well, it’s been a huge week for superhero news – so much so that it was a toss-up between Warner Bros. and Marvel Studios for our lead story this week. However, as we’ve been inundated with Marvel news, we’ll get things underway with Warner and its big DC Cinematic Universe announcement. Yes, the studio has finally revealed its plans post-Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, »
- Gary Collinson
Jena Malone, who starred in Zack Snyder's 2011 "Sucker Punch" action film has been spotted on the set of Snyder's upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" sporting a new red hairdo. Her role has been kept a secret by Warner Bros, but an extra from the movie just revealed something that's connected to Malone. The extra, who attends Michigan State University, told a Wilx-10 News station reporter: "I've also learned that the character of Robin is now female." Could Malone be playing Carrie Kelly, a female Robin? It sure seems like it. Meanwhile, the extra is facing a fine of $5 million for breaking the non-disclosure agreement he signed with Warner Bros. "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is set to hit theaters on March 25th, 2016. »
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay actress may have been cast as a female Robin, according to a Wilx-10 report later backed up by The Hollywood Reporter.
The original report also features an interview with an anonymous extra, who claims to have been on set for a fight scene between Batman and Lex Luthor at a swanky party.
The extra could face a multimillion-dollar lawsuit for violating the movie's nondisclosure agreements.
While Malone's involvement as a female Robin is yet to be officially confirmed by Warner Bros, rumours originally surfaced after the actress dyed her hair red.
Drastic times call for drastic measures.
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Details for the upcoming movie remain thin on the ground, although director Zack Snyder has previously said that the film will take cues from Frank Miller's 1980s mini-series The Dark Knight Returns. »
A few months back, Jena Malone was spotted on the set of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, directed by her Sucker Punch director Zach Snyder, fueling speculation that the actress has a part in the upcoming first step on the road to a DC Cinematic Universe. Now, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed she will have a mystery role in the movie. Of course, this has put the rumour mill into overdrive, with the most popular being that she will be portraying Carrie Kelly, a female version of Batman's sidekick Robin from Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns mini series. Snyder is already drawing from The Dark Knight Returns for the look of Batman's costume, and even used an excerpt from the series' final issue to announce the project at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, so it's a rumour that could have some legs. Of course, it's all speculation until we hear something concrete, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom White)
(Tread carefully; there are Major Spoilers ahead!) This morning, a news report from Channel 10 Wilx in East Lansing, Michigan, confirmed that a female Robin will be appearing in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The news came from an extra who wished to remain anonymous. This matched up with earlier reports that actress Jena Malone had dyed her hair red to play Carrie Kelley, the Robin in Frank Miller's Dark Knight Returns. Now The Hollywood Reporter is confirming that Jena Malone has indeed been cast in director Zack Snyder's Man of Steel follow-up. But is she playing Robin?
There is no confirmation from Warner Bros. or DC about this late addition to the cast, or which character she is actually playing. According to the Channel 10 news report, the character was added to the script late in the game during some last minute rewrites. Multiple sources confirm that Jena Malone »
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