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Gotham Awards Analysis: ‘Get Out’ Is a Serious Awards Season Contender, ‘Wonder Wheel’ Is Shut Out, and More

19 October 2017 11:07 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

The Gotham Awards aren’t exactly Oscar prognosticators, but a nomination builds early momentum for the long haul ahead; being left out at this stage is not good. Jordan Peele’s box-office hit “Get Out,” which led the field with four nominations (read full nominations list here), affirmed its status as a serious player. So did three hot fall festival contenders that received three nominations each: Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” (A24) and Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me by Your Name” (Sony Pictures Classics), both upcoming, and Sean Baker’s “The Florida Project” (A24), which is now in limited release.

Read More:2017 Gotham Awards Nominations: ‘Get Out’ Leads Pack, ‘Lady Bird’ and ‘Call Me by Your Name’ Also Break Out

Dee Rees’ “Mudbound” landed a special jury prize for ensemble performance. That’s significant, because while the Netflix Sundance pickup played well at festivals, its large and superb cast, much like Best Picture winner “Spotlight, »

- Anne Thompson

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Gotham Awards Analysis: ‘Get Out’ Is a Serious Awards Season Contender, ‘Wonder Wheel’ Is Shut Out, and More

19 October 2017 11:07 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Gotham Awards aren’t exactly Oscar prognosticators, but a nomination builds early momentum for the long haul ahead; being left out at this stage is not good. Jordan Peele’s box-office hit “Get Out,” which led the field with four nominations (read full nominations list here), affirmed its status as a serious player. So did three hot fall festival contenders that received three nominations each: Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” (A24) and Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me by Your Name” (Sony Pictures Classics), both upcoming, and Sean Baker’s “The Florida Project” (A24), which is now in limited release.

Read More:2017 Gotham Awards Nominations: ‘Get Out’ Leads Pack, ‘Lady Bird’ and ‘Call Me by Your Name’ Also Break Out

Dee Rees’ “Mudbound” landed a special jury prize for ensemble performance. That’s significant, because while the Netflix Sundance pickup played well at festivals, its large and superb cast, much like Best Picture winner “Spotlight, »

- Anne Thompson

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Film Review: ‘Haze’

12 October 2017 3:52 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Managing to avoid an air of overt exploitation despite considerable lurid content, writer-director David Burkman’s “Haze” is a fictional portrait of particularly abusive fraternity and sorority hazings at a nameless American university. The filmmaker’s debut feature is a somewhat pulpy drama, but it’s effective nonetheless.

While most movies addressing Greek life have been comic (from “Animal House” to “Neighbors”), there have been a fair number that have treated related bullying issues more soberly, from 1977 B-pic “The Hazing” to 2008 trash-horror delight “Frat House Massacre,” not to mention serious-minded recent Sundance breakouts “Goat” and “Burning Sand.” “Haze” lands in the upper-middle of that pack, mixing pseudo-documentary elements with a bacchanalia of staged excesses that sometimes seem to drive the film more than its fairly strong narrative arc. Yet despite some passages that are hyper-edited a little too much a la “MTV Spring Break,” the film has an admirable confidence and credibility.

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- Dennis Harvey

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Meet Ana de Armas, the Actress Who's Quickly Rising Through the Hollywood Ranks

9 October 2017 4:00 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Ana de Armas is wasting no time making her mark on Hollywood, and you'd be smart to keep an eye on her. The 29-year-old is about to be everywhere with her role as Joi, Ryan Gosling's love interest in the new Blade Runner 2049 movie, and she's also set to star alongside Rosamund Pike and Clive Owen in Three Seconds, which will hit theaters in 2018. Get to know a few key facts about Ana before your girl-crush really intensifies. Cuba has her heart. Ana was born and raised in Cuba before she moved to Spain at age 18 in pursuit of her acting career. She's as tough as a bull (kind of). The actress was born on April 30, 1988, making her a Taurus. When she's not acting, she's dancing. Ana loves to share videos of her and her friends shaking what their mamas gave them on Instagram. She's got a serious case of puppy love. »

- Celia Fernandez

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Hostiles finally finds distributor, officially entering Oscars race

4 October 2017 7:30 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Hostiles has ended its search for a distributor after being snapped up by Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures.

The question of how well the Christian Bale led Hostiles would fair this awards season was up in the air as Scott Cooper’s western had yet to secure itself a distributor.

Playing at multiple festivals, the film received a good deal of praise particularly for Bale’s performance as a grizzled army captain who is forced to escort a Native American back to his home.

While Hostiles and Bale can’t write their Oscars’ speeches quite yet, it can now officially be said that the film has entered the race, with the violent western looking to be a good bet in a number of categories.

See Also: Watch the trailer for Hostiles here

Hostiles’ distributor is planning an awards season release this December before expanding to a wide release in January. Byron Allen, »

- Samuel Brace

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Christian Bale film Hostiles is the latest to be thrown into this year's Oscars race

4 October 2017 1:55 AM, PDT | The Independent | See recent The Independent news »

He stars in the violent western from Scott Cooper alongside Rosamund Pike »

- Jacob Stolworthy

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Scott Cooper’s Hostiles Officially Joins Oscar Race

3 October 2017 10:49 AM, PDT | AwardsDaily.com | See recent AwardsDaily news »

Hostiles showed in Telluride without a distributor but Indiewire reports that now the film has secured a distributor and will be screening in time for this year’s Oscar race. »

- Sasha Stone

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Christian Bale’s ‘Hostiles’ Acquired by Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios

3 October 2017 8:55 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures has acquired U.S. distribution rights to “Hostiles,” starring Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike. The distributor plans an awards season release in December before expanding to wide release in January.

The film, directed by Scott Cooper from his own script, had its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival, screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, and is scheduled to open the Rome Film Festival at the end of this month. Esmp acquired the movie from producer Ken Kao’s Waypoint Entertainment.

The film, set in 1892, stars Bale as a captain who agrees to escort a dying Cheyenne war chief (Wes Studi) and his family back home to tribal lands. The journey takes Bale and his detail from New Mexico to the grasslands of Montana.

Along the way they pick up a young widow (Pike), whose family has been murdered on the plains by hostile Comanche natives. Jesse Plemons, »

- Dave McNary

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Christian Bale’s ‘Hostiles’ Picked Up By Entertainment Studios

3 October 2017 8:39 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios has acquired the distribution rights to Christian Bale’s gritty Western “Hostiles,” which is directed by Scott Cooper and had its premiere at Telluride and Toronto. “Hostiles” features Bale as Capt. Joseph J. Blocker, an army officer who agrees to escort a dying, imprisoned Cheyenne war chief named Yellow Hawk (Wes Studi), and his family back to their tribal lands so he may receive a proper burial. Along the way, they are joined by Rosalie Quaid (Rosamund Pike), a widow whose entire family was slaughtered by a band of warring Comanche, and a dangerous criminal who needs. »

- Jeremy Fuster

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Christian Bale’s Brutal Western ‘Hostiles’ Officially Enters the Oscar Race

3 October 2017 8:36 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It’s official: Christian Bale is set to shake up the Oscar race for Best Actor. Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures has landed U.S. distribution rights to “Hostiles,” the Bale-starring Western from “Black Mass” director Scott Cooper. The film was the rare title to premiere at Telluride without a distributor, and the strong reviews and Oscar buzz for Bale’s lead performances ignited a bidding war. Entertainment Studios will release the film in select theaters in December, before a nationwide rollout in January.

Read More:‘Hostiles’ First Trailer: Christian Bale Stars in One of the Most Brutal Westerns You’ll Ever See

Hostiles” marks a reunion between Bale and Cooper, who worked together on the drama “Out of the Furnace” in 2013. Bale plays an Army captain who agrees to help bring a dying Cheyenne war chief and his family back to their tribal lands in the year »

- Zack Sharf

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Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Acquires ‘Hostiles;’ Christian Bale-Starrer Gets Oscar Season Berth

3 October 2017 8:09 AM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures has won U.S. rights to Hostiles, the Western from writer-director Scott Cooper that stars Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, Wes Studi, Ben Foster and Adam Beach. Since its premiere in Telluride and Toronto, the film was expected to put Christian Bale squarely into the Oscar race in the Best Actor category, if a distributor and release date could be put in place in time. Allen’s Esmp will put the film in limited… »

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Nyff: How America’s Smartest Festival Can Make or Break the Quest for Oscars

29 September 2017 2:35 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Richard Linklater’s “Last Flag Flying,” starring Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell and Laurence Fishburne as a trio of Marine vets, met a mixed reception opening night at the 55th New York Film Festival, as attendees of the glittery opening-night gala at Alice Tully Hall read the trade reviews at the Tavern on the Green afterparty.

As a platform, the Nyff is alluring. Not only does it provide Oscar-level prominence, but there’s an element of auteurist approval: It’s the sophisticated American festival that truly loves film for film. However, that’s also one of the reasons that it can be a bigger risk: Like Cannes, highbrow festivals often mean critics with highbrow expectations. And when they aren’t met, the fall can seem extra-steep.

Nyff Director Kent Jones, who calls awards season a “cottage industry,” doesn’t even track the festival’s Oscar record; getting picked for the Nyff is its own reward. »

- Jenna Marotta

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Shaun Of The Dead Los Angeles Outdoor Screening Announced by Focus Features and Fandango

29 September 2017 10:38 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

If your zombie apocalypse plans include having a pint of cold lager or you find yourself peeking through your curtains to see if there is a girl in the garden, then you'll want to take note of a special outdoor screening of Shaun of the Dead at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on October 26th. Not only will horror fans get to watch Edgar Wright's rom-zom-com under the stars right before Halloween, but they are also encouraged to dress up as their favorite Shaun of the Dead character, so start looking for your cricket paddle...

Press Release: Los Angeles, September 29, 2017 – Focus 15, the initiative commemorating the founding 15 years ago of worldwide film company Focus Features, has partnered with Fandango, the leading digital network for all things movies, and the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles for a special outdoor zombie screening of Shaun of the Dead the week of Halloween on Thursday, »

- Derek Anderson

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The Fyzz Facility Sets Up New TV Arm, Led by Zoe Rocha

28 September 2017 3:49 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London-based film producer and financer The Fyzz Facility is expanding into television, setting up a new TV arm to create high-end scripted programs for the international market.

Zoe Rocha has been tapped as managing director of The Fyzz Facility TV. Rocha helped found LittleRock Pictures, to which she’ll continue to serve as a consultant; the company’s border-control mockumentary series, “Borderline,” which airs on Britain’s Channel 5 and on Netflix, has a second season coming out next month. Rocha has also worked with Stephen Fry and Jeremy Thomas.

“We are thrilled to be launching The Fyzz Facility TV at a time when there is so much talent and innovation in this arena,” Fyzz Facility co-founder Wayne Marc Godfrey said in a statement. “Zoe combines great taste and talent relationships with an irrepressible entrepreneurial energy.”

Rocha said the new TV arm would focus on developing “high-end, prestigious, visionary drama” and establishing “a place for writers and directors »

- Henry Chu

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Oscar Opportunity: Why There Are So Many Last-Minute Entries in the 2018 Awards Race

27 September 2017 1:16 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Way back in 2008, Fox Searchlight jumped into Oscar action with Toronto pickup “The Wrestler;” it yielded two 2009 Oscar acting nominations for Mickey Rourke and Marisa Tomei. Similarly, having lost “Birth of a Nation” as a viable candidate, Searchlight picked up “Jackie” at Tiff 2016 and landed three nominations including Natalie Portman for Best Actress. Last-minute Oscar-hopeful buys are relatively rare; awards campaigns aren’t meant to be rush jobs. However, it sometimes pays to be opportunistic and the 2018 race looks like one of those years.

Eager to prove itself, rising indie Neon plunked down $5 million for North American rights to “I, Tonya” (December 8), even though Margot Robbie and Allison Janney will go up against intense competition in the two Actress categories.

Read More:‘I, Tonya’ Director Reveals Tonya Harding’s Reaction to the Breakout Biopic — Tiff

That rookie energy also fueled Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios, which not only scooped up »

- Anne Thompson

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Oscar Opportunity: Why There Are So Many Last-Minute Entries in the 2018 Awards Race

27 September 2017 1:16 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Way back in 2008, Fox Searchlight jumped into Oscar action with Toronto pickup “The Wrestler;” it yielded two 2009 Oscar acting nominations for Mickey Rourke and Marisa Tomei. Similarly, having lost “Birth of a Nation” as a viable candidate, Searchlight picked up “Jackie” at Tiff 2016 and landed three nominations including Natalie Portman for Best Actress. Last-minute Oscar-hopeful buys are relatively rare; awards campaigns aren’t meant to be rush jobs. However, it sometimes pays to be opportunistic and the 2018 race looks like one of those years.

Eager to prove itself, rising indie Neon plunked down $5 million for North American rights to “I, Tonya” (December 8), even though Margot Robbie and Allison Janney will go up against intense competition in the two Actress categories.

Read More:‘I, Tonya’ Director Reveals Tonya Harding’s Reaction to the Breakout Biopic — Tiff

That rookie energy also fueled Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios, which not only scooped up »

- Anne Thompson

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Scott Cooper's 'Hostiles' to Open Rome Film Fest

27 September 2017 8:41 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Scott Cooper’s new film Hostiles will open the 12th Rome Film Festival. This is Cooper’s fourth feature, following Crazy Heart, Out of the Furnace and Black Mass. The period drama debuted in Telluride and also played in Toronto.

Hostiles stars Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike and Jesse Plemons. Set in 1892, the unconventional Western tells the story of an indoctrinated army captain who escorts a Cheyenne war chief and his family through dangerous tribal lands in Montana.

The Hollywood Reporter's Todd McCarthy called the film “contemplative and absorbing” in his review, adding that Bale’s character growth is “beautiful to watch.”

"This is a Western »

- Ariston Anderson

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What You Need to Know About Ryan Gosling's Blade Runner Love Interest, Ana de Armas

21 September 2017 2:14 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Image Source: Everett Collection The long-awaited sequel to 1982's Blade Runner officially hits theaters on Oct. 6, and we could not be any more excited. Not only does Blade Runner 2049's storyline take place three decades after the events of the first film, but it also stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Jared Leto, Robin Wright, and rising star Ana de Armas. Armas stars as Joi, Gosling's (Lapd Officer K) love interest, and while Blade Runner 2049 may be her first major movie role, the 29-year-old Cuban actress has actually been busy building her résumé since 2006. Armas has starred in a handful of Spanish TV shows and appeared in a number of films like Knock Knock, Hands of Stone, and War Dogs. In fact, that's one of the main reasons producers Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson cast her in the film. "We think Ana is one of the most exciting, up-and-coming »

- Monica Sisavat

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eOne Extends Film Distribution To Germany; Benjamina Mirnik-Voges Will Run Local Shop

20 September 2017 8:03 AM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Entertainment One is planting another flag for its overseas distribution network, setting up a new outpost in Germany. This adds to the existing markets where it releases movies: Canada, the UK, Australia/New Zealand, Benelux and Spain. The first title expected for release by eOne in the German market is the Jose Padilha-helmed Entebbe, from Participant and Working Title, and starring Rosamund Pike and Daniel Bruhl. Benjamina Mirnik-Voges has been hired as… »

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Memo to Distributors: Buy These 2017 Tiff Movies

19 September 2017 9:47 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Toronto International Film Festival may be known more as a platform for fall season movies than a market, but there are plenty of strong films in each year’s lineup looking for U.S. distribution. While films ranging from the Margot Robbie vehicle “I, Tonya” to Louis C.K.’s “I Love You, Daddy” landed sturdy deals during Tiff, many other highlights remain homeless. Here’s a look at a few of them, presented in the hopes that distributors will take note.

Bodied

If Eminem got a PhD in English without sacrificing his hip-hop talent, he might have turned out something like Adam (Calum Worthy), the scrawny white hero of Joseph Kahn’s “Bodied.” Kahn’s long-awaited follow-up to his snarky teen slasher comedy “Detention” is a hyper-stylized rap satire that plays out like Scott Pilgrim stumbling into “8 Mile” and stealing the spotlight. Set in an assaultive world of underground »

- Eric Kohn, David Ehrlich and Anne Thompson

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