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8 items from 2014


Queens of the Ring DVD Review

12 November 2014 1:46 PM, PST | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Title: Queens of the Ring (Aka Wrestling Queens) Image Entertainment Director: Jean-Marc Rudnicki Writers: Manon Dillys, Hélène Le Gall, Marie Pavlenko, Cast: Marilou Berry, Nathalie Baye, André Dussollier, Audrey Fleurot, Cm Punk, The Miz, Eve Torres Running time: 97 min, Not Rated (partial nudity, sensuality & language) Special Features: English dub track, Featurette Available on DVD & Digital Download November 11th In a desperate attempt to reconnect with her estranged son who is a passionate WWE fan, Rose (Berry) grabs his attention by joining a rigorous training program to learn to wrestle like a legitimate WWE Diva. The famed wrestler Richard “The Lionheart” (André Dussollier) runs a gym where Rose  [ Read More ]

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Mipcom: Cecile de France, Nathalie Baye and Audrey Fleurot Join Cast of ‘Call My Agent!’ (Exclusive)

14 October 2014 2:13 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Cannes– ‘Call My Agent!,” the comedy mini-series marking French helmer Cedric Klapisch’s smallscreen debut, has attracted a top-notched cast of Gallic talent.

Cecile de France (“Hereafter,” pictured above), Nathalie Baye (“Catch Me If You Can”), Audrey Fleurot (“The Intouchables”), have joined the cast of show, which is being shopped by TF1 International at Mipcom. Cast also boasts Joey Starr (“Polisse”), Laura Smet (“Eden”), François Berléand (“Transporter, The Series”) and Julie Gayet (“Profilage”).

A Paris-set six-part mini-series, “Call My Agent!” was created by vet French talent agent Dominique Besnehard and Fanny Herrero.

The show centers around a tight-knit and dysfunctional team of Parisian talent agents who battle to get contracts for important clients, while juggling their personal lives. 

Penned by Klapisch, Lola Doillon and Antoine Garceau, “Call My Agent!” will go into production in November and has been commissioned by pubcaster France Televisions. It’s produced by Mon Voisin Production and Mother Production. »

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WWE Studios to Remake French Comedy ‘Queens of the Ring’ (Exclusive)

26 February 2014 11:19 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

After partnering with Warner Bros. on the French production “Les Reines Du Ring,” which was released theatrically in the country last summer, WWE Studios has acquired U.S. distribution and worldwide remake rights to the comedy.

Jean-Marc Rudnicki directed the film about a mother attempting to reconnect with her estranged son who is a passionate WWE fan. To grab her son’s attention, she embarks on a rigorous training program to become a WWE Diva and enlists her colleagues at a supermarket to join her journey to become the “Queens of the Ring.”

Fabrice Goldstein, Antoine Rein and Thomas Langmann (“The Artist”), produced the comedy, that starred Marilou Berry, Nathalie Baye, Andre Dussollier, Audrey Fleurot, and featured WWE stars Mike “The Miz” Mizanin and Eve Torres.

“We are excited to acquire distribution and remake rights to a wonderfully entertaining comedy like ‘Queens of the Ring,’” said Michael Luisi, president of WWE Studios. »

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Inside Llewyn Davis, August: Osage County, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit: this week's new films

24 January 2014 11:30 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Inside Llewyn Davis | August: Osage County | Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit | Teenage | Fonzy | Grudge Match | The General | Dark Days | Jai Ho

Inside Llewyn Davis (15)

(Joel & Ethan Coen, 2013, Us) Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, Adam Driver, Garret Hedlund, John Goodman. 105 mins

Bob Dylan hadn't written Like A Rolling Stone when this is set (New York, 1961), but Isaac's eponymous hero could almost be the inspiration. He's the archetypal drifter: a complete unknown with no direction home and little prospect of realising his folk-star dream, despite, or perhaps because of, his artistic integrity. The Coens let us know exactly how it feels. This is their most mature drama to date: subdued, sincere, bleakly funny, and as finely crafted as we've come to expect.

August: Osage County (15)

(John Wells, 2013, Us) Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts. 121 mins

Heavy acting artillery is positioned for a full-on awards assault, with Streep's malign matriarch marshalling her fractured family for some mourning and bloodletting. »

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Universal Picks Up ‘Best in Bed’ for North America, Latin America, France (Exclusive)

9 January 2014 10:09 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris — Universal has picked up French scribe/helmer Delphine de Vigan’s romantic comedy “Best in Bed” (“A coup sur”) for distribution in North America, Latin America and France.

Repped by Rezo, pic will world preem at Unifrance’s Rendez-Vous mini-mart on Jan. 11. Universal will release the pic in Gaul on Jan. 15.

A feature debut, “Best” toplines Laurence Arne (“F.B.I. Frog Butthead Investigators”) as a pretty and seemingly self-assured young woman who starts believing  she’s bad in bed after two failed one-night stands and embarks on a mission to become the best lay in town.

Arne stars opposite Eric Elmosino (“Gainsbourg”), Valerie Bonneton (“Little White Lies”)  and Julia Faure (“Camille Rewinds”). Epithete Films produced.

De Vigan is a popular author who has written such novels as “No and Me,” “Underground Time” and “Nothing Holds Back the Night.” She made her screenwriting debut with Gilles Legrand’s “You Will Be My Son. »

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Other Angle Inks Sales On “Babysitting,” Screens “Trapped” At Unifrance’s Rdv

9 January 2014 8:23 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris–  Boasting a full slate of French fare, Other Angle has closed further sales on “Babysitting,” Philippe Lacheau and Nicolas Benhamou’s French twist on “Project X.”

Babysitting,” which is part of Other Angle’s roaster for the Unifrance’s three-day Rendez-Vous mart, has been picked up by Russia (All Media), Belgium (Victory) and Switzerland (Praessens). 

A comedy starring Philippe Lacheau, Gerard Jugnot and Clotilde Courau, “Babysitting”  turns on an employee who is asked by his boss and his wife to babysit their son, an out-of-control teenage brat. The next morning, they receive a call from the police warning them that their son is missing and their villa has been turned out. The parents must watch a found footage of the night’s events to find out what happened to their son.

Pic is produced by Christophe Cervoni (“Mobius”) and Marc Fiszman (“Jcvd”), and will be released in Gaul by Universal in the Spring. »

- Elsa Keslassy

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UniFrance Rendez-vous Unveils 52 Premieres

9 January 2014 2:19 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris – Bowing Jan.10 at the august Hotel Intercontinental Le Grand, abutting the Place de l’Opera, the 16th Unifrance Rendez-vous with French Cinema in Paris will be one of the biggest market-junkets ever for a national cinema.

Only France, which with the U.K. hosts one of Europe’s two biggest industries, could organize an event of this magnitude or allure.

110 French movies will screen, a Rendez-vous record, at three Gaumont cinema-theaters just across the Square,

Distributors will attend from 50 countries, principally from Europe, but also for the first time officially from Latin America as well.

In hallowed tradition, UniFrance uses its Rendez-vous to announce and analyze in admirable detail the previous year theatrical box office numbers for French films abroad. 2013’s total trawl looks set to be way down on 2012, an all time high when three juggernauts -  “Taken 2” (Euros 265.8 million: $354.8 million), “The Intouchables” ($268.9 million) and “The Artist »

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Huppert, Deneuve, Gainsbourg Bring Glam to Paris Fest

8 January 2014 4:51 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Isabelle Huppert starrer “Paris Follies,” Fabrice du Welz’s noirish cop actioner “Colt 45” and “The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles,” an adaptation of Katherine Pancol’s runaway French bestseller, figure among 52 market premieres at 2014’s Unifrance Paris Rendez-vous.

Its higher-profile titles decidedly eclectic, the Rendez-vous lineup also features star vehicles: Heist caper “The Last Diamond” toplines Berenice Bejo; Pierre Salvadori’s “In the Courtyard” stars Catherine Deneuve; and two films feature Charlotte Gainsbourg: reincarnation thriller “His Wife” and Riad Sattouf’s femme-ruled dystopia satire “Jacky in the Kingdom of Women.”

Other noteworthy pics include post split-up drama “Gazelles” from Mona Achache (“Hedgehog”); love story “Une Rencontre” (Quantum Love), which Pathe Intl. picked up for world sales outside France, Belgium and Switzerland, from Lisa Azuelos (“Lol”); Helier Cisterne’s debut pic, teen drama “Vandal,” a Gallic critical hit; and a purported swan song: Jacques-Remy Girerd’s “Aunt Hilda!” from Folimage, »

- John Hopewell

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