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Based on the cyborg created to do Skynet’s bidding from the Terminator series, this T-800 endoskeleton maquette from Sideshow Collectibles is made up of 100+ pieces of polystone and Abs plastic elements. Also: details on the Plutona comic book movie rights being acquired by Waypoint Entertainment and a look at the Cryptocracy #2 cover plus release details.
Terminator T-800 Maquette Photos Revealed Plus Release Details: From Sideshow: “Is it a good idea to keep on building Terminators while living this close to Los Angeles? What could go wrong?
Sideshow’s Terminator Endoskeleton Maquette is a painstakingly detailed recreation of the iconic T-800, the Terminator that first struck fear into would be freedom fighters everywhere. Our version features Polystone and premium grade Abs plastic elements in order to maintain the crisp details that one would expect to find in a machine crafted by machines. The piece is also made up of over 100 pieces. »
- Tamika Jones
“Plutona” centers on a group of kids who find the body of a famous dead superhero in the woods. Waypoint Entertainment’s Ken Kao (“The Nice Guys”) will produce with partner Dan Kao and Addictive Pictures’ Russell Ackerman and John Schoenfelder under their first-look deal.
Image Comics released “Plutona,” a five-issue limited series, in September.
Lemire is the author of the Essex County Trilogy, “Sweet Tooth,” “The Nobody” and a run of “Animal Man.” Lenox is known for her diary comic “Emitown.”
Waypoint Entertainment acquired the rights in April to two Mark Millar properties, “American Jesus” and “Supercrooks,” which Ken Kao and Dan Kao will produce with Addictive Pictures. It is also in pre-production on the sci-fi thriller “Tau,” directed by Federico D’ Alessandro and starring Maika Monroe and Ed Skrein. »
- Dave McNary
Sales closed now include Weltkino (Germany/Austria), Filmcoopi (Switzerland), Cinema Srl (Italy), Vertigo (Spain), Scanbox (Scandinavia), Imagine (Benelux), Longride (Japan), Madman (Australia), Green Narae (South Korea), Leopardo (Portugal), Ama (Greece), Gutek (Poland), Aero (Czech Republic/Slovakia) and McF (former Yugoslavia).
K5 is also in the final stages of closing deals with buyers in remaining territories including Canada, Russia, Turkey, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Latin American countries.
“’Paterson’ was fantastically well-received by critics, audiences and buyers in Cannes. The excellent sales we have concluded throughout the world are testament both to the genius of Jim Jarmusch and this film, which is one of his very finest, and also »
- Leo Barraclough
Brazilian film debuted in Competiton at Cannes.
Mendonca Filho’s story of a strong-willed homeowner’s battle against unscrupulous real estate developers was awarded the top prize at the closing night of the 63rd Sff on Sunday.
Jury president and UK producer Simon Field said Aquarius, which premiered in Competition at Cannes last month, is “a compelling and relevant statement about contemporary Brazil, and the power of an individual standing up for what she believes.”
“Mendonça Filho has created a film that is both political and personal – witty, sexy and playful. A film of effortless verve and intelligence,” he said.
“At the heart of the film is Sonia Braga’s astonishing and brave performance of a fearless character, resisting pressures from her family, and the corporate »
Project comes from Land Of Mine’s producer and writer duo.
The film is described as “an eye-level portrait of two skinhead brothers at a point in their lives where their paths are pointed in very different directions.”
The team expects to shoot the film in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
“The film will take place in Pittsburgh, USA, but it is just as easily a portrait of a time where populist politicians everywhere are appealing to the worst in us,” said Asger Leth, whose credits also include Ghosts Of Cite Soleil.
- email@example.com (Wendy Mitchell)
Having galvanized Berlin with George Clooney’s “Suburbicon,” Alex Walton and Ken Kao’s Bloom will sell international rights to one of the biggest upcoming productions at this year’s Cannes: Christian Bale-starrer “Hostiles.”
Bloom has also announced that Maika Monroe and Ed Skrein are set to star in Federico d’Alessandro’s sci-fi thriller “Tau,” with Waypoint Entertainment financing and Phantom Four and Addictive Pictures producing. Bloom is introducing “Tau” to foreign buyers at Cannes.
Set in 1892 New Mexico, “Hostiles” centers on a legendary army captain (Bale) asked by the president to escort Yellow Hawk, a dying Cheyenne »
- John Hopewell
Here are the hottest titles to look out for on the 2016 Cannes Film Festival market.
Director: Michael Cuesta
Key Cast: Michael Keaton
Plot: Spy thriller based on Vince Flynn’s blockbuster books.
Sales: Lionsgate Intl.
Plot: Determined to fit in, an immigrant teen facing racism and bullying joins his high school wrestling team and against all odds, leads his team to the state championships.
Sales: Radiant Films Intl.
Director: Trish Sie
Key cast: Maddie Hasson,
Plot: Based on the popular Ya novel “Anna Dressed in Blood.”
Sales: The Solution Entertainment Group (intl.)
Key cast: Clive Owen, »
- Variety Staff
Millar has worked on comic books including Captain America: Civil War, and The Ultimates.
“I only come to La one week a year and do all my meetings in the pub during those seven days every September,” said Millar.
“On my most recent trip I met these guys and »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
“American Jesus,” drawn by artist Peter Gross, follows a modern 12-year-old boy who realizes he is the second coming of Jesus Christ who has returned to Earth in the present day in a final effort to save mankind.
Several of Millar’s original works — “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” “Wanted” and “Kick-Ass” — have been adapted into feature films. He has other comic series such as “Superior,” “Chrononauts,” “Empress,” “Huck,” “Mph »
- Dave McNary
Director-producer Brett Ratner will head the competition jury of this year’s Beijing International Film Festival (Bjiff), which runs April 16-23.
Ratner will preside over the jury for the festival’s Tiantan Awards, along with German director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, Bosnian filmmaker Danis Tanovic, Romania’s Corneliu Porumboiu, Japanese filmmaker Yojiro Takita, Hong Kong director Teddy Chen and Chinese actress Xu Qing.
Films selected for the Tiantan Awards include Spanish titles A Perfect Day and Tiempo Sin Aire, Canada’s Grand Unified Theory, Russia’s I Am A Teacher, Polish director Piotr Chrzan’s Klezmer, Danish director Martin Zandvliet’s Land Of Mine and Chinese titles The Master and Go Away, Mr Tumor.
Ratner was an executive producer on Oscar-winning movie The Revenant, which has grossed $55.55m in China after 17 days.
- email@example.com (Liz Shackleton)
It pays to remember that Oscar winner Jared Leto doesn't star in movies very often, and tends to be particular about the roles he takes. Prior to this summer's appearance as The Joker in "Suicide Squad," the actor's last big screen turn was in "Dallas Buyer's Club" three years ago. So it's a little surprising the actor is lining up a new movie so quickly, but clearly, it's something that has caught his attention enough to sign on. THR reports that Leto will star in the thriller "The Outsider." Penned by Andrew Baldwin ("Bastille Day"), this post-wwii movie is set in Japan and follows a jailed American soldier who is freed by his Yakuza cellmate, and must navigate the criminal underworld and repay his debt. Sounds like it has some solid potential. And as a reader reminds us, this project was initially set up as a project for Tom Hardy »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Jared Leto is lining up his future, post-Suicide Squad movie roles with an action-thiller named The Outsider. The Outsider movie will be helmed by Land Of Mine director Martin Zandvliet, and will be set during the second World War. Variety also have some word on the story.
Set in post-wwii Japan, “The Outsider” tells the story of an imprisoned American soldier (Leto) who is released with the help of his Yakuza cellmate. Now free, he sets out to earn their respect and repay his debt while navigating the dangerous criminal underworld.
Andrew Baldwin wrote the script for the film, and shooting is expected to start later this year.
Zandvliet’s Land Of Mine is really quite brilliant, by the way. We saw the film at last year’s London Film Festival, and since then, and »
- Paul Heath
We present the winners of the Hong Kong International Film Festival (Hkiff).
Young Cinema Competition
Life After Life by Zhang Hanyi – Hong Kong | 2016 – 80 min.
The spirit of a deceased mother takes over her son’s body in order to oversee the task of replanting a very important tree, only after which it will be able to leave the earthly limits.
Tomcat by Händl Klaus – Austria | 2016 – 114 min.
Andreas and Stefan lead a happy life: Together with their beloved tomcat Moses, they live in a beautiful old house in Vienna’s vineyards. They work as a musician and as a scheduler in the same orchestra and they love their large circle of friends. An unexpected and inexplicable outburst of violence suddenly shakes up the relationship and calls everything into question – the blind spot that resides in all of us.
Behemoth by Zhao Liang – Hong Kong | 2015 – 90 min. »
- Sebastian Nadilo
Jared Leto has been incredibly choosey with the roles he's picked for himself since winning an Academy Award back in 2013 for The Dallas Buyers Club. His first, post-Oscar, is as the Joker in Suicide Squad, which we'll finally get a chance to see later this summer. His second was announced today as The Outsider. Leto will star in Martin Zandvliet’s action-thriller, which... Read More »
- Billy Donnelly
Hatched over at Waypoint Entertainment and Linson Entertainment, Zandvliet’s wartime feature is situated in Japan during the fallout of World War II. Featuring a script by Andrew Baldwin (Bastille Day), Leto will headline the fish-out-of-water story as “an imprisoned American soldier who is released with the help of his yakuza cellmate. Now free, he sets out to earn their respect and repay his debt while navigating the dangerous criminal underworld.”
From his nuanced, award-winning turn in Dallas Buyers Club to what looks to be a bat-shit insane performance as The Joker in David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, Leto has showcased a mesmerizing intensity across his recent work, and The Outsider – acting as Zandvliet’s English-language debut – ought to offer up another meaty role »
- Michael Briers
Waypoint Entertainment and Linson Entertainment announced today that Academy Award Winner Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club) will star in Martin Zandvliet's (Land of Mine) action thriller The Outsider. Waypoint Entertainment will finance with Ken Kao (The Nice Guys, Knight of Cups) producing alongside John Linson (Sons of Anarchy) and Art Linson (Heat, Fight Club) under their Linson Entertainment banner. Bloom will handle international sales.
With a screenplay penned by Andrew Baldwin (Bastille Day), principal photography is currently set to begin this fall. Set in post-wwii Japan, The Outsider tells the story of an imprisoned American soldier (Leto) who is released with the help of his Yakuza cellmate. Now free, he sets out to earn their respect and repay his debt while navigating the dangerous criminal underworld.
The Outsider will mark Zandvliet's English-language debut following the success of Land of Mine, which was lauded at last year's Toronto International Film »
Martin Zandvliet will direct from a screenplay by Andrew Baldwin about an American Pow in a Japanese camp immediately after WW2 who is released with the help of his Yakuza cellmate and sets out to earn the mob’s respect and repay his debt.
Zandvliet would appear to have an affinity for stories that take place immediately after the War.
He broke out at the Toronto International Film Festival last year with his Danish drama Land Of Mine, which centres on young German POWs in Denmark charged with clearing an area of landmines after the end of WW2. Spc holds North and South American rights and is expected to plan an awards run this year.
Principal photography »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
“Land of Mine” helmer Martin Zandvliet will direct the pic. Waypoint Entertainment will finance, with Ken Kao producing alongside John Linson (“Sons of Anarchy”) and Art Linson under their Linson Entertainment banner. Bloom will handle international sales.
Set in post-wwii Japan, “The Outsider” tells the story of an imprisoned American soldier (Leto) who is released with the help of his Yakuza cellmate. Now free, he sets out to earn their respect and repay his debt while navigating the dangerous criminal underworld. Andrew Baldwin penned the script.
Production is set to start this fall.
He is repped by CAA and Untitled Entertainment.
The pic will mark »
- Justin Kroll
Waypoint Entertainment and Linson Entertainment announced today that Oscar winner Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club) will star in Martin Zandvliet’s (Land of Mine) action thriller The Outsider. Waypoint Entertainment will finance with Ken Kao (The Nice Guys, Knight of Cups) producing alongside John Linson (Sons of Anarchy) and Art Linson (Heat, Fight Club) under their Linson Entertainment banner. Bloom will handle international sales. With a screenplay penned by Andrew Baldwin (Bastille Day), principal photography is currently set to begin this fall. Set in post-wwii Japan, The Outsider tells the story of an imprisoned American soldier (Leto) who is released with the help of. »
- Jeff Sneider
Jared Leto, who won an Oscar for Dallas Buyers Club, is set to star in action thriller The Outsider for director Martin Zandvliet's (Land of Mine). Written by Andrew Baldwin (Bastille Day), the project set in post-wwii Japan is aiming to go before the cameras this fall. The Outsider tells the story of an imprisoned American soldier (Leto) who is released with the help of his yakuza cellmate. Now free, he sets out to earn their respect and repay his debt while navigating… »
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