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• Jamie Foxx will reportedly play Mike Tyson in an untitled biopic. Terence Winter is set to write. Rick Yorn, Foxx’s manager, will produce. The project is still in the works and is currently without a studio. Though HBO released 1995’s Tyson, this is the first feature film to follow the controversial boxer. [Variety]
• Dakota Johnson will star in the Luca Guadagnino-directed A Bigger Splash. Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes have signed on as well, and Michael Costigan will produce. The film, based on the 1969 French crime drama La Piscine, follows a triangle that develops between a couple and a »
- C. Molly Smith
We know next to nothing about the upcoming flick Meadowland other than the basic plot and that it's a psychological thriller (whatever that means). Neither does anyone else for that matter, except for those involved. Still, in case you're interested...
THR is reporting that Olivia Wilde (pictured) and Luke Wilson will star in the flick, which Reed Morano is directing for Bron Studios. Elisabeth Moss and Natasha Lyonne also are starring in the film, which was announced today by Bron’s Aaron L. Gilbert.
Wilde and Wilson will play a couple dealing with their son’s disappearance.
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- Steve Barton
Bron Studios will produce the psychological drama, Meadowland, starring Olivia Wilde, Luke Wilson, Elisabeth Moss and Natasha Lyonne, it was announced today by Aaron L. Gilbert, Bron's Managing Director.
The film marks the feature directorial debut of award-winning cinematographer Reed Morano, with a screenplay by Chris Rossi. Morano's credits include The Skeleton Twins, Kill Your Darlings, HBO's Looking and Frozen River. She is a member of the A.S.C.
Meadowland is a Bron Studios production in association with Creative Wealth Media Finance; Matt Tauber and Olivia Wilde are producing, alongside Bron's Aaron L. Gilbert and Margot Hand. Jennifer Levine and Jason Cloth serve as executive producers. Richard Hicks C.S.A. is the casting director.
The film will begin production in New York City in mid-August.
In Meadowland a couple, Sarah (Wilde) and David (Wilson) deal with the unthinkable in the wake of their son's disappearance. David, a New York City policeman, »
Veteran cinematographer Reed Morano has cast three strong actresses in her feature directorial debut, as Olivia Wilde, Elisabeth Moss and Natasha Lyonne will join Luke Wilson in the psychological drama “Meadowland,” it was announced Wednesday by producer Bron Studios. Morano is the award-winning cinematographer behind “The Skeleton Twins,” “Frozen River,” “Kill Your Darlings” and HBO's “Looking.” She will direct “Meadowland” from a script by Chris Rossi. Also read: Bill Hader, Kristen Wiig Bond as Brother and Sister in ‘The Skeleton Twins’ Trailer (Video) “Meadowland” follows a couple named Sarah (Wilde) and David (Wilson) who must deal with the unthinkable in the wake of their. »
- Jeff Sneider
Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson will star in the psychological thriller Meadowland, which Reed Morano is directing for Bron Studios. Elisabeth Moss and Natasha Lyonne also are starring in the film, which was announced Wednesday by Bron’s Aaron L. Gilbert. The project, written by Chris Rossi, marks the feature directorial debut for Morano, who has served as cinematographer on The Skeleton Twins, Kill Your Darlings, HBO’s Looking and Frozen River. Wilde and Wilson will play a couple dealing with their son’s disappearance. The film, which will begin production in New York City in mid-August, is a Bron Studios production in association with
- Gregg Kilday
Elisabeth Moss and Nathasha Lyonne are joining the already cast Olivia Wilde as the principle female players and Luke Wilson is re-teaming with The Skeleton Twins (a brilliant Sundance dramedy - see trailer below) dp Reed Morano in the cinematographer’s directorial debut. Produced by Wilde, Matt Tauber (Autumn Blood), Bron Studios’ Aaron L. Gilbert (upcoming The Driftless Area), Margot Hand and executive produced by Jennifer Levine and Jason Cloth, Meadowland will commence shooting in New York City next month.
Gist: Written by Chris Rossi, this follows a couple, Sarah (Wilde) and David (Wilson) who deal with the unthinkable in the wake of their son’s disappearance. David, a New York City policeman, attempts a more traditional form of healing, only to lose his moral compass. Sarah goes down an unexpected path towards acceptance as she places herself in increasingly dangerous situations.
Worth Noting: Perhaps taking a page from Elisabeth Moss, »
- Eric Lavallee
"Mad Men" star Elisabeth Moss is keeping busy. First up, she's re-teaming with her "Listen Up Philip" director Alex Ross Perry's indie psychological thriller "Queen of Earth" which Joe Swanberg is producing.
The story follows two women who retreat to a beach house to get a break from the pressures of the outside world. They soon realise how disconnected from each other they have become, allowing their suspicions to bleed into reality.
The story follows a police officer and his wife who attempt to deal with their son’s disappearance. Chris Rossi wrote the screenplay .
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- Garth Franklin
Production is set to kick off in mid-August in New York. Chris Rossi wrote the screenplay about a police officer and his wife who attempt to deal with their son’s disappearance.
Bron will begin production this autumn on the Hank Williams story I Saw The Light and are currently in production on fantasy horror comedy The Master Cleanse starring Johnny Galecki, Anna Friel, [link »
- email@example.com (Jeremy Kay)
Olivia Wilde, Luke Wilson, Elisabeth Moss and Natasha Lyonne will be headlining the psychological feature drama Meadowland, which marks the directorial debut of Dp Reed Morano. Written by Chris Rossi, Meadowland follows a couple, Sarah (Wilde) and New York City cop David (Wilson), who are dealing with the crisis of their son’s disappearance. While David loses his way, Sarah also places herself in dangerous situations following the calamity. Meadowland will go before the cameras in NYC in mid-August. British Columbia-based Bron Studios is producing the film in association with Creative Wealth Media Finance. Matt Tauber and Wilde also are producing, alongside Bron’s Aaron L. […] »
Wilde had attached herself to the project as a producer and star in February with Reed Morano directing from Chris Rossi’s script. Morano’s credits include “The Skeleton Twins,” “Kill Your Darlings” and “Frozen River.”
Bron Studios has come on board as a production company along with Creative Wealth Media Finance. Matt Tauber and Wilde are producing, alongside Bron’s Aaron L. Gilbert and Margot Hand; Jennifer Levine and Jason Cloth are executive producers.
Wilde and Wilson will play a couple dealing with their son’s disappearance. Wilson will portray a New York City policeman while Wilde will go down an unexpected path towards acceptance as she places herself in increasingly dangerous situations.
Wme and Gersh are representing domestic rights on “Meadowland.”
- Dave McNary
It’s hardly an original concept this one, but let’s be honest, there are many men across the globe who would fight amongst themselves to get close to Olivia Wilde (Tron: Legacy). Her new film, The Longest Week, takes that concept and runs with it. Check out the first trailer below…
Jason Bateman (Bad Words), Billy Crudup (Blood Ties) and Jenny Slate (Obvious Child) star alongside Wilde star in this one about Conrad Valmont, heir to a vast fortune who has been doing not much of anything, living on a handsome weekly allowance. But suddenly he gets cuts cut off—oh no!—and has to move in with his best bud, Dylan. The problem? Conrad immediately falls for his Dylan’s girlfriend Beatrice, played by Wilde.
The Longest Week is set for a September 1st DVD release in the UK, with a limited Us release on September 5th.
- Scott Davis
Today we have a trailer for the upcoming "The Longest Week" romantic comedy, starring Jason Bateman, Olivia Wilde, Billy Crudup and Jenny Slate. Check it out below. Plot: The story follows Conrad Valmont (Bateman), a man easing into adulthood at the age of 40. The over-educated, under-employed heir to the Valmont Hotel fortune, Conrad is cut off from his allowance following his parents' abrupt divorce and tossed out into the unforgiving streets of the Upper West Side. Luckily, he is taken in by his old friend Dylan (Crudup) and returns the favor by immediately falling for Dylan's girlfriend, Beatrice (Wilde). As Conrad attempts to woo Beatrice while keeping both their relationship and his bank balance secret, Dylan tries to set him up with Jocelyn (Slate). Ever committed to the charade that he eventually finds difficult to maintain, Conrad quickly realizes his charm can only extend so far. The new movie directed »
Jason Bateman finally gets cut off at the tender age of 40 in the trailer for “The Longest Week.” He plays a spoiled rich kid who's never had to take responsibility for his own life who suddenly finds himself on his own after his parents decide enough is enough. He moves in with his best friend, played by Billy Crudup, and everything seems like it might just work out. That is, until Olivia Wilde‘s character shows up. Also read: Jason Bateman to Direct, Star in FBI Wedding Comedy for Universal Crudup had met Wilde and was enamored with her, but she and Bateman. »
- Jason Hughes
Jason Bateman scored some of the best movie reviews of his career for his directorial debut, Bad Words, earlier this year. It's a movie that's still not made it to the UK though, and his next, The Longest Week, is getting a simultaneous VOD and cinema outing.
The film stars Bateman as a 40-year old who suddenly gets his allowance cut off by his parents. This once rich man moves in with his friend, but the two become distracted by wooing a character played by Olivia Wilde. By the looks of things, you can probably fill in the blanks from there.
We've got the trailer for the film here, which gives you a taste of what to expect. The movie gets a release in the Us in September.
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Here's a trailer for The Longest Week, starring Jason Bateman as a wealthy, aimless heir named Conrad Valmont who is forced to move in with his equally wealthy best friend Dylan (Billy Crudup) after his parents cut him off. They do fancy best-friend stuff like play squash and wear bow ties, until Conrad decides to mess it all up by falling in love with Dylan's girlfriend (Olivia Wilde). We know that matters of the heart are painful no matter how many vintage convertibles you own, but it's still pretty hard to feel bad for either of these dudes (as Jenny Slate's character puts it: "How am I supposed to care about a group of overprivileged affluent types who go gallivanting around without any sort of a moral compass?"). Still, we'll give it the benefit of the doubt, mainly because Jenny Slate is in it. She's delightful! »
- Anna Silman
A new trailer has been released for The Longest Week.
Conrad (Bateman) is an aspiring novelist who has been cut off from his wealthy parents.
His best friend Dylan (Crudup) introduces him to a woman called Beatrice (Wilde), who he is interested in - little does he know, Conrad already has her number and is interested in her too.
The Longest Week opens to limited Us theaters and VOD on September 5. No UK cinema date has been announced. »
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a trailer so brutally knee-cap the movie it’s marketing as quickly as the first preview for rom-com The Longest Week, which hit the web today, just has. On paper, the premise sounds fun – Jason Bateman and Billy Crudup play affluent New Yorkers who compete for the affections of a beautiful woman (Olivia Wilde). But mid-way through the trailer, the luminescent Jenny Slate comes in, presumably playing the would-be publisher of Bateman’s character’s inchoate novel, to deliver this cringeworthy piece of cynicism: “How I am supposed to care about a group of overprivileged, affluent types who go galavanting around without any sort of a moral compass?”
However, instead of answering Slate’s extremely fair question, which is one this potential viewer now also has on his mind, The Longest Week‘s trailer just goes back to its cutesy/pretentious indie »
- Isaac Feldberg
The Bachelorette contestants can’t keep it in their pants, and after re-watching the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer, neither can we. Here’s more pop culture news to get you hot and bothered on your way home.
Mr. Grey is more than ready for you. The Fifty Shades trailer is already the most viewed trailer of 2014. [Cosmopolitan] Are Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray on the rocks after Andi admitted to “making love” with Bachelorette runner-up Nick Viall? [E!] Kendall Jenner gets cozy with Dallas Maverick Chandler Parsons. That family has a thing for athletes. [People] A certain member of the Kardashian clan who has mysteriously been Mia was spotted in Malibu. [Naughty But Nice Rob] The Change-Up stars Jason Bateman and Olivia Wilde reunite in The Longest Week trailer. [EW] Ballroom hottie Maksim Chmerkovskiy says he’s done with Dancing with the Stars. [The Wrap] Kiefer Sutherland responds to Freddie Prinze, Jr.‘s major diss. [ABC] Scarlett Johansson takes on yet another transformation. »
- Taylor Ferber
Jason Bateman and Olivia Wilde fall in love and move in together during a whirlwind seven-day span in rom-com The Longest Week. Photos Inside THR's Comedy Actress Roundtable With Taylor Schilling, Zooey Deschanel, Mindy Kaling Bateman plays aspiring novelist Conrad, who is still mooching off his wealthy parents' dime until they cut him off. Conrad's brother introduces him to Beatrice (Wilde), leading to a competition between the two brothers for Beatrice's affections. In a memorable scene, Conrad regrettably decides to choose a rooftop setting to tell his brother that he's sleeping with Beatrice, and a physical altercation
- Ryan Gajewski
Just recently we got our first look at Jason Bateman reuniting with Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis in Horrible Bosses 2, but before that film arrives in the fall, the "Arrested Development" star will be chasing after Olivia Wilde, much to the chagrin of his best friend Billy Crudup, in The Longest Week. As Conrad Valmont (Bateman) is cut off from his family's fortune, he is forced to move in with his old friend Dylan (Crudup), only to use his charm's in an attempt to steal his girlfriend (Wilde). It looks pretty bland, and the story feels more than a little weak, trying to make an interesting story out of rich white people problems, but maybe the cast can make this a little more appealing than it seems in the trailer? Watch! Here's the first trailer for Peter Glanz's The Longest Week, originally form Vlicious: The Longest Week is »
- Ethan Anderton
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