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Roger Avary Assembles International Cast for His Directorial Comeback ‘Lucky Day’ (Exclusive)

Roger Avary Assembles International Cast for His Directorial Comeback ‘Lucky Day’ (Exclusive)
Oscar-winning writer/filmmaker Roger Avary (“Pulp Fiction”) has enlisted a roster of international actors for “Lucky Day,” the pulp action movie which will mark his directorial comeback.

Besides Crispin Glover (“American Gods”), Nina Dobrev (“Flatliners”), Luke Bracey (“Point Break”) and Michael Madsen (“The Hateful Eight”) who have already been announced, “Lucky Day” will also star Clé Bennett (“Jigsaw”), Nadia Fares (“Marseille”), David Hewlett (“The Shape of Water”), Tomer Sisley (“Largo Winch”) and Josie Ho (“Dream Home”).

Lucky Day” is being produced by Samuel Hadida – with whom Avary collaborated on “Killing Zoe,” “Rules of Attractions” and “Silent Hill,” among other films — and Don Carmody. Hadida and Carmody produced together the “Resident Evil” and “Silent Hill” movies.

Penned by Avary, “Lucky Day” follows an ex-con on parole who sets off to reunite with his wife and daughter and gets hunted down by a psychopathic hitman looking to avenge his dead brother.

Avary told Variety “Lucky Day” is a “True Romance
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'Thousand Cuts': Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

Vineyards flow red — with blood — in French-Belgian thriller Thousand Cuts (Le serpent aux milles coupures), in which director Eric Valette's steely panache counterbalances the convolutions of an overambitious screenplay. Starring Gallic draw Tomer Sisley as an injured fugitive who hides out in a young couple's isolated farmhouse, this is violent, adults-only fare which should pay its way on French release April 5 — subplots relating to rural racism will give it some topicality in the run-up to the presidential elections later that month — before profitable small-screen exposure. Elsewhere it will prove best suited to late-evening...
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Gitai's Rabin film eyes fest path

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Amos Gitai is hoping to screen Rabin: The Last Day at festivals in autumn.

Ahead of his Monday masterclass here at Jerusalem Film Festival (9-19 July), Israeli film-maker Amos Gitai sat down with Screen to discuss his upcoming Yitzhak Rabin feature, now titled Rabin: The Last Day.

Currently putting the final touches to the film, which he shot in February in Tel Aviv, Gitai is waiting to hear from one of the major autumn festivals about a programming berth.

“We will know by the end of the month,” he said. “We’ve been showing the film without the final mix and the reactions have been very strong. I’m really discovering how much he meant to so many people in many different countries.”

“Israeli society is still feeling the shockwaves of his killing even if it’s already 20 years ago,” he added. “It’s an open wound and looking at the current situation in the Middle East, there
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Sleepless Night Remake Reawakens With Jamie Foxx and Michelle Monaghan

Remember when we told you to see Frédéric Jardin’s exhilarating thriller Sleepless Night, but then you were all disappointed to learn that it’s a subtitled movie and said you’d wait for the remake? That was a few years ago, and to your credit there was actually a Hollywood version announced immediately following its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival. Well, if you’re growing tired of waiting, you will be glad to hear that the English-language remake is back on track after being dropped by Warner Bros. According to Variety, now the rights are at Open Road, which is happy to announce they’re producing the movie with Jamie Foxx and his Due Date costar Michelle Monaghan in lead roles. Foxx will play the (anti)hero (originally portrayed by Tomer Sisley), a corrupt cop who has to navigate a labyrinthine nightclub where his son is being held hostage by a crime boss. Not
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Sleepless Night DVD Review

Director: Frederic Jardin

Starring: Tomer Sisley, Serge Riaboukine, Julien Boisselier, Joey Starr, Laurent Stocker, Birol Unel, Lizzie Brochere, Pom Klementieff.

Running Time: 96 minutes

Certificate: 15

With Taken 3 having been released this week, perhaps it’s about time to revisit this awesome little French action thriller. Sleepless Night holds many of the same ingredients that made the Liam Neeson starrers so popular. Actually, Sleepless Night far excels its bigger budget equivalent with more interesting characters and a punchier pace.

Tomer Sisley plays a corrupt cop who steals a whole lot of cocaine. However, after making a few mistakes during the heist, the gangsters that have been ripped off decide to take the cop’s son. This leads to a Sleepless Night in which Vincent (Sisley) must traverse a dangerous nightclub which sees him running back and forth as he double crosses fellow cops, gangsters, and must use the resources at hand.
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‘Sleepless Night’ Review

Stars: Tomer Sisley, Serge Riaboukine, Julien Boisselier, Joey Starr, Laurent Stocker, Birol Ünel, Lizzie Brocheré, Samy Seghir, Dominique Bettenfeld, Adel Bencherif, Catalina Denis, Pom Klementieff, Vincent Bersoulle, Olivier Massart | Written by Frédéric Jardin, Nicolas Saada, Olivier Douyère | Directed by Frédéric Jardin

A cop’s secret life is threatened to be exposed when he and his partner are seen stealing drugs from a powerful drug dealer. When his son is kidnapped and the drug dealer demands the return of what was stolen, the cop must figure out how to get the drugs into the right hands, protect his son and keep his secret from the other police officers who are on his tail. It looks as if it is going to be a long, sleepless night.

Sleepless Night shows us that French people can be badass too. Others have compared this film to Die Hard, which is understandable as there are many similarities.
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We’re The Millers Blu-ray Review

Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber,

Starring: Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Will Poulter, Emma Roberts, Ed Helms, Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn, Molly C. Quinn, Tomer Sisley, Matthew Willig, Luis Guzman,

Running Time: 112 minutes

Certificate: 15

It happens a few times a year. You see a trailer for an upcoming comedy that showcases plenty of laughs, decent characters, and actors you can imagine having great chemistry, only for the final piece to fall flat on its face and reveal that all the best moments were in the trailer. We’Re The Millers is Not one of those films. Instead, it’s a fast-paced comedy that lives up to the hype and often exceeds it, thanks to a very script and even funnier performances.

Sudeikis plays David Clark, your run of the mill pot dealer who ends up owing his supplier (Helms) a favour, and so must transport a “smidge” of pot from Mexico to the Us.
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Tiberius catches Monster, Angelique

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Tiberius catches Monster, Angelique
German distributor Tiberius Film has acquired German distribution rights to Ryan Gosling’s feature directorial debut How To Catch A Monster, sold by Nick Meyer’s Sierra/Affinity.

Tiberius also released Gosling-starrer Only God Forgives earlier this year.

The thriller is set in a vanishing city where a single mother is drawn into a dark underworld, while her son discovers a secret underwater town.

Starring Saoirse Ronan, Christina Hendricks, Eva Mendes and Matt Smith, the film is now in post for delivery in early 2014.

Marc Platt and Adam Siegel produce on behalf of Marc Platt Productions, along with Gosling via his Phantasma Films banner, and Michel Litvak and David Lancaster via Bold Films.

Tiberius has also announced, just ahead of the Afm, that it has taken on Angelique sold by EuropaCorp.

Ariel Zeitoun’s period romantic drama stars Nora Arnezeder, Gérard Lanvin, Tomer Sisley and David Kross.

Tiberius MD Wolfgang Carl said: “Angelique is a timeless and suspenseful
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'We're the Millers' (2013) Movie Review

There's no secret to the comedy in We're the Millers, it's pretty low-brow and it's not exactly well constructed. The development of the narrative is sloppy and for all intents and purposes it's a film filled with "trailer moments" as it's more interested in delivering comedy that shocks rather than developing a series of punchlines and running gags. There's no problem with this, and there are plenty of laughs, but the laziness in nearly all aspects of the film's creation are glaringly obvious and once you round the final turn it falls to melodramatic pieces. A drug dealer (Jason Sudeikis) has his stash stolen and is beholden to his boss (Ed Helms) for a lot of money, but he's given an out (of sorts) when he's told he must go to Mexico to pick up a load of marijuana and smuggle it back into the States. Without much of a
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Film Review: ‘We’re the Millers’

Film Review: ‘We’re the Millers’
“We’re the Millers” is about four unfortunate individuals tricked into going on an excruciating road trip in exchange for a hefty payday, a description that is offered here less as plot summary than as a possible explanation for why the actors look so trapped. Probably the worst movie to prominently feature an Rv since “Rv,” this tiresomely vulgar outing throws together a drug dealer, a stripper, two teens, a testicle-biting tarantula, a gaggle of gun-waving Mexican stereotypes and scarcely a single laugh amid all the ensuing pot-smuggling, booty-shaking, heart-tugging shenanigans. “We’re the Filler” might have been a more apt title for Warners’ mid-August dud, which should run out of B.O. gas once word gets out.

Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis barely shared any screentime in the much funnier “Horrible Bosses,” a situation that has been rather dubiously rectified in this vehicle helmed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (the
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Sudeikis & Aniston Introduce F**king Amazing Red-Band Trailer For ‘We’re The Millers’

If you missed this weeks seven hilarious clips from Warner Bros. raunchy comedy We’Re The Millers, you must check them out. However before you do, why not take in the following red-band trailer for the film directed by Dodgeball’s Rawson Marshall Thurber. It’s fantastic, foul-mouthed footage introduced by the two leads Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Anniston. It also has the following official plot synopsis:

David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is a small-time pot dealer whose clientele includes chefs and soccer moms, but no kids—after all, he has his scruples. So what could go wrong? Plenty. Preferring to keep a low profile for obvious reasons, he learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished when he tries to help out some local teens and winds up getting jumped by a trio of gutter punks. Stealing his stash and his cash, they leave him in major debt to his supplier,
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Seven Hilarious Clips From Madcap Comedy ‘We’re The Millers’

We have a gut-busting collection of new clips from Warner Bros. forthcoming ‘family’ comedy We’Re The Millers. Dodgeball director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s film centers on Jason Sudeikis’ single, small-time pot dealer who ends up in debt to his drug supplier, played by Ed Helms. He’s forced to clear his slate by driving a major shipment of cannabis across the Mexican border. However, he needs to put together a fake family and begins assembling his stripper neighbour (Jennifer Aniston), an eager teen (Will Poulter) and a streetwise punk (Emma Roberts) to play the wife and kids.

David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is a small-time pot dealer whose clientele includes chefs and soccer moms, but no kids—after all, he has his scruples. So what could go wrong? Plenty. Preferring to keep a low profile for obvious reasons, he learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished when
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7 Clips from We’Re The Millers Starring Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, and Will Poulter

Warner Bros. has provided us with seven clips from director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s (Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story) upcoming comedy We’re the Millers. The film centers on a single, small-time pot dealer (Jason Sudeikis) who ends up in debt to his supplier (Ed Helms). In order to bring the next shipment of drugs up from Mexico, he puts together a fake family from his stripper neighbor (Jennifer Aniston), an eager teen (Will Poulter) and a streetwise punk (Emma Roberts). The supporting cast also includes the reliably hilarious Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn, and promises plenty of R-rated escapades from the titular Miller family. Hit the jump to watch the clips. The film also stars Molly Quinn, Tomer Sisley, and Luis Guzman. We’re the Millers opens on August 7th. Here’s the official synopsis for We’re the Millers: David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is a small-time pot dealer
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Over 40 New High-Resolution Images from We’Re The Millers Starring Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, and Nick Offerman

Warner Bros. has released a very large batch of new high-resolution images from director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s (Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story) upcoming comedy We’re the Millers. The film centers on a single, small-time pot dealer (Jason Sudeikis) who ends up in debt to his supplier (Ed Helms). In order to bring the next shipment of drugs up from Mexico, he puts together a fake family from his stripper neighbor (Jennifer Aniston), an eager teen (Will Poulter) and a streetwise punk (Emma Roberts). These new images tease many of the hijinks that ensue, including what looks to be a substantial appearance by the great Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn. Hit the jump to take a look at the images. The film also stars Molly Quinn, Tomer Sisley, and Luis Guzman. We’re the Millers opens on August 7th. Click on any image for high-resolution. [gallery link="file" columns="1" ids="272182,272164,272165,272154,272183,272181,272180,272179,272178,272176,272161,272162,272163,272160,272159,272158,272156,272153,272152,272151,272150,272149,272146,272144,272142,272141,272140,272138,272133,272130,272127,272124,272121,272120,272119,272118,272113,272110,272109,272107,272169,272175,272114"] Here’s the official
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Red Band Trailer for ‘We’re the Millers’ Uses Jennifer Aniston’s Body to Distract Us From the Comedy

Can we all just agree that Jennifer Aniston has a great body? Not just for a 44 year old mind you, but a great body period? I think if she knew we were all in agreement she might stop relying on the need to expose it in movies and instead focus on finding smart scripts with interesting characters. Not that I’m making any kind of premature judgement on her latest film, We’re the Millers, based on the brand new red band trailer below. Jason Sudeikis stars as a drug dealer who agrees to smuggle a smidge of pot across the border from Mexico for a very wealthy man (Ed Helms). The plan is simple. Rent a wife, two children, and an Rv, and then avoid border suspicion by looking like nothing more than a happy family on vacation. Aniston plays a stripper he hires as his wife, and Emma Roberts and Will Poulter play their lovable
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Denis Cast in Paul Walker Thriller

Catalina Denis cast in Paul Walker thriller Model and film actress Catalina Denis has been cast as the female lead opposite Paul Walker (Fast & Furious 6) and David Belle (Malavita) in Camille Delamarre’s Brick Mansions. The action thriller is EuropaCorp and Relativity Media’s English-language remake of the 2004 French-made action / thriller District B13. In Brick Mansions, Paul Walker incarnates an undercover cop out to defuse a bomb in possession of drug warlord RZA. Catalina Denis will play David Belle’s romantic interest. Luc Besson, who specializes in run-of-the-mill, Hollywood-style French-made action thrillers, is one of the film’s producers. Directed by Pierre Morel (Taken, From Paris with Love), and co-written by Luc Besson and Bibi Naceri, District B13 / Banlieue 13 stars David Belle, Cyril Raffaelli, Dany Verissimo-Petit, and co-screenwriter Naceri. The film performed modestly at the French box office; according to Box Office Mojo, District B13 was no. 51 on France’s 2004 box-office chart,
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Film Review: Relentless Pace of French Action Hit ‘Sleepless Night’

Rating: 4.0/5.0

Chicago – “Sleepless Night” is a relentless thriller about corrupt cops, a kidnapping, a very bad drug deal, and a French nightclub filled with innocent bystanders. The majority of this accomplished action flick takes place in one location on one crazy night and the result is a more intense, visceral experience than a vast majority of the Hollywood blockbusters you could see this Summer movie season.

A corrupt cop named Vincent steals a bag filled with cocaine from a dangerous crime lord in the opening scene of “Sleepless Night” and not only does our protagonist get stabbed but someone gets shot. Before he can even really patch the wound in his gut, his son Thomas is kidnapped and held by the man whose drugs he lifted. There’s a deal that needs to go down. Bring the drugs to the club, trade them for his loved one, and walk away.
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‘Sleepless Night’ Star Tomer Sisley Joins Jennifer Aniston Comedy ‘We’re The Millers’

With The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises dominating the summer there was still one film that managed to completely slip under the radar that packing the same pure entertaining punch. The French actioner Sleepless Night, which I last raved about during Toronto last fall, went quietly on VOD soon after its Tribeca premiere to unfortunately little recognition. While the film deserves to get its due, star Tomer Sisley is finally getting his first Hollywood, but unfortunately not in the same genre.

In a interview with the French publication Var Martin, the actor revealed he’s been cast in the Warner Bros. (the same studio remaking his break-out actioner) comedy We’re The Millers. He has not specified his exact role, but went on to confirm that this does not mean he’s abandoning the French film scene. For this new project, he’ll join Horrible Bosses stars Jason Sudeikis
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‘Sleepless Night (Nuit Blanche)’ – a lightning-fast, intelligent piece of filmmaking

Sleepless Night (Nuit Blanche)

Directed by Frédéric Jardin

Written by Frédéric Jardin and Nicolas Saada and Olivier Douyère

France, 2011

Sometimes, a movie’s simplicity makes it effective. And whatever else can be said of Sleepless Night, or Nuit Blanche in its native France, it’s incredibly effective. Centered on an almost laughably basic concept—a French cop has to retrieve his son from a seemingly endless and seedy nightclub by returning some pilfered cocaine—this taut, relentless thriller from co-writer and director Frédéric Jardin is a must for any fan of the action genre. And if you get antsy at reading subtitles, forget it: Sleepless Night is breathless entertainment.

Tomer Sisley stars as Vincent, a crooked cop whose decision to, along with his partner, Manuel, steal ten kilos of cocaine from dealers working for a fearsome mobster opens the film. The theft goes awry, though: one of the dealers gets
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Weapon of Choice

Sleepless Night, the heart-stopping French thriller from director Frederic Jardin, is full of standout action sequences (including a memorable chase through a dance floor full of gyrating bodies), but it is an epic fight between the hero Vincent (Tomer Sisley) and a crooked fellow cop, Lacombe (Julien Bosselier) in the nightclub kitchen that sets the film apart. Vincent is a highly-motivated participant - he is struggling to rescue his kidnapped son from gangsters and drug dealers who are holding the boy hostage at a massive Parisian nightclub. His corrupt boss is equally determined to silence Victor and secure a shipment of cocaine for his own purposes. The two men confront each other and struggle mightily before the terrified kitchen staff, delivering blow after punishing blow first with their fists, and then with any kitchen utensil or fixture within reach - dishes, bottles of spices, pasta strainers, slamming drawers, and knives
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