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Entertainment One Films has acquired domestic distribution rights to “Decoding Annie Parker,” a film based on the eponymous cancer survivor and geneticist Mary-Claire King. The movie stars Oscar nominee Samantha Morton as Parker and Oscar winner Helen Hunt as King. Aaron Paul, Rashida Jones, Bradley Whitford, Richard Schiff and Alice Eve also appear in the film, which marks the directorial debut of esteemed cinematographer Steven Bernstein. Also read: eOne Inks Exclusive Distribution Deal With AMC Networks, Three New Series Announced eOne will release the movie in theaters and via VOD simultaneously next summer. “Steven has created a gripping, poignant and inspiring film that. »
- Lucas Shaw
The film will be released day-and-date in theaters and VOD in the summer.
The story centers on two women whose parallel lives are devoted to finding a hereditary link to certain types of breast cancer. Morton portrays the title character, who loses her mother and sister to the disease before facing down cancer herself, while Hunt portrays real-life geneticist Mary-Claire King, who spends 16 years proving her widely dismissed theory that genetics plays a role in some forms of breast cancer.
- Dave McNary
Entertainment One Films Us has secured the domestic distribution rights to Decoding Annie Parker , the upcoming drama starring Academy Award nominee Samantha Morton, Academy Award, Golden Globe and Emmy winner Helen Hunt and Emmy winner Aaron Paul. The film is slated for a day-and-date release in theaters and via VOD next summer. Decoding Annie Parker also stars Bradley Whitford, Rashida Jones, Richard Schiff, Alice Eve, Maggie Grace, Marley Shelton, Chris Mulkey and Corey Stoll. The film is cinematographer Steven Bernstein.s feature directorial debut from a script he wrote with Adam Bernstein and Michael Moss. Loosely based on the life of cancer survivor Annie Parker and the groundbreaking career of geneticist Mary-Claire King, the film tells the dramatic story of two »
The true identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's villain was concealed in the run-up to the release of Abrams's sequel, with the character going by the name 'John Harrison' in publicity materials and throughout the first hour of the film.
In an interview with MTV, Abrams confessed that, in retrospect, he wishes the secrecy could have been avoided.
"The truth is, I think it probably would have been smarter just to say upfront, 'This is who it is'," Abrams said.
"It was only trying to preserve the fun of it, and it might have given more time to acclimate and accept that's what the thing was."
He went on to explain that Paramount were keen not to alienate viewers by aiming the film too squarely at established Star Trek fans.
"The truth »
Why are there so few women filmmakers? In a word, money.
See the Top 10 Actors Who Direct in the 21st Century
Conventional wisdom says that producers and investors won't back female filmmakers because they don't have a track record of proven successes. But women can't build such a record if they don't have the backing to make movies.
Hoping to end this vicious cycle is the aptly named Gamechanger, a new company whose mission is to fund narrative fiction films made by women. "It's a big name to live up to, »
Sneak Peek director Tze Chun's new crime thriller "Cold Comes the Night", starring Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad"), Alice Eve ("Star Trek Into Darkness"), Logan Marshall-Green, Ursula Parker and Leo Fitzpatrick.
"...a motel owner and her daughter are taken hostage by a nearly blind Polish criminal...
"He makes them his 'eyes' as he attempts to retrieve his cash package from a crooked cop..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Cold Comes The Night"...
- Michael Stevens
Though Walter White is off cooking crystal in heaven, Emmy winner Bryan Cranston is still breaking bad in his new role as a Polish gangster in the thriller Cold Comes the Night. Cranston co-stars with Alice Eve (Star Trek Into Darkness) and Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus) in the film, which will simultaneously hit theaters and VOD this January.
Today, a new crop of images for Cold Comes the Night has landed online. Though the pics, which you can check out at the bottom of this article, don’t provide much information about Cold Comes the Night‘s plot, the official synopsis clears things up a bit:
A struggling motel owner (Eve) and her daughter are taken hostage by a nearly blind career criminal (Cranston) to be his eyes as he attempts to retrieve his cash package from a crooked cop (Marshall-Green).
That January release date is a little disheartening, considering the »
- Isaac Feldberg
“Cold Comes The Night” is one of those indies you hear about for a long time, but often don’t see right away. It stars Bryan Cranston, Alice Eve and “Prometheus” star Logan Marshall-Green so it’s gotta be good, right? Well, it came out in the U.K. in September and it barely made a peep and now it’s been slotted for a U.S. release date: January 10, 2014 on VOD and theatrically, so…. well, you do the math. If you’re still curious though, some new photos have arrived and we’ve rounded up a few clips from the U.K. where you can check out Cranston’s vaguely Easter European/Slavic accent. In case you’re unaware, “Cold Comes The Night” tells the story of a struggling motel owner (Eve) and her daughter (Parker) who are taken hostage by a nearly blind career criminal (Cranston) to be »
- Edward Davis
Cold Comes The Night screened as part of the St. Louis International Film Festival earlier in November.
Read our review Here.
Written and directed by Tze Chun (Children of Invention) and co-written by Osgood Perkins and Nick Simon, the thriller stars Emmy Award® winner Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Alice Eve (Star Trek Into Darkness) and Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus).
Cold Comes The Night tells the story of a struggling motel owner (Eve) and her daughter who are taken hostage by a nearly blind career criminal (Cranston) to be his eyes as he attempts to retrieve his parcel of cash from a crooked cop (Marshall-Green).
- Michelle McCue
In the current era of The Avengers and Batman Vs. Superman, it’s impossible to be a fan of the comic-book genre and not have a well-considered argument to the question, “Who’s the Most Powerful Superhero?” Superman, of course, is the most obvious answer in any superpower battle-royale debate, but there are strong and more interesting claims to be made for the others, too. (Except Hawkeye. Sorry, guy.)
In Hollywood offices, there are similar conversations going on all the time about their own legion of superheroes, those famous actors and actresses who can open a movie in New York, »
- Jeff Labrecque
Tribeca Films' Some Velvet Morning directed and written for the screen by Neil Labute, has a new poster in for the drama starring Stanley Tucci and Alice Eve. Michael Corrente, Daryl Freimark, Tim Harms and David Zander produce, and the film finds releae on December 13th. In Some Velvet Morning, Fred (Stanley Tucci) arrives at the doorstep of his beautiful young mistress Velvet (Alice Eve) after four years apart, claiming to have finally left his wife. But when she rejects his attempts to rekindle their romance, his persistence evolves into obsession — and a dark history between the former lovers comes into focus. »
Alice Eve has signed with CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The British actress portrayed the physicist Carol Marcus in this summer’s Star Trek Into Darkness and is expected to return for the third installment of Paramount’s rebooted franchise. The year before, she played a younger version of Emma Thompson’s Agent O in Men in Black 3. Her other big-screen credits include her starring role in the 2010 comedy She’s Out of My League. She will next be seen in the indie thriller Cold Comes the Night, as a struggling motel owner and single mom who is taken hostage
- Rebecca Sun
Review by Dana Jung
Alice Eve does a complete reversal from her more glamorous roles in Star Trek and Men In Black 3 to lead an excellent cast in the modern noir thriller Cold Comes The Night. Eve plays Chloe, a single mom trying to make a decent life by managing a run-down motel where she also lives with her young daughter. The place caters to prostitutes and low-lifes and is not the ideal environment for the child, but Chloe’s relationship with her daughter is a loving one, and she even tries to make their drab existence fun—by telling the girl she has more bathrooms than Windsor Castle. But when a social services agent tells her she has two weeks to move or risk losing her child to foster care, a new level of desperation creeps into Chloe’s reality. Then a double homicide occurs at her motel »
- Movie Geeks
The first official trailer, poster and synopsis for writer-director Neil Labute's Some Velvet Morning are now available. The filmmaker behind 1997's In the Company of Men brings this new drama about a complicated love affair between Fred (Stanley Tucci) and Velvet (Alice Eve) to the screen. Fred arrives on his mistress Velvet's doorstep after being apart for four years and claims to have finally left his wife, but his affection for Velvet quickly turns into obsession and the dark history of their past is laid bare. Some Velvet Morning will be available on cable VOD and digital platforms on December 10, with a limited theatrical release starting December 13th. Hit the jump for the film's trailer, poster and synopsis. Watch the first trailer for Some Velvet Morning below: Synopsis: Fred (Stanley Tucci) arrives at the doorstep of his beautiful young mistress Velvet (Alice Eve) after four years apart, claiming to have finally left his wife. »
- Dave Trumbore
Some Velvet Morning has debuted its first trailer.
Tucci plays Fred, a man who leaves his wife and turns up unannounced on the doorstep of former lover Velvet (Eve).
With the pair hiding secrets from each other, the reunion does not go quite how Fred expects.
Eve was most recently seen in Star Trek into Darkness and stars in the upcoming Cold Comes the Night.
Tucci will shortly reprise his role as Caesar Flickerman in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Some Velvet Morning will be available on demand from December 10, with a limited Us release from December 13. »
Alice Eve and Stanley Tucci are a miserable pair of lovers in the first trailer for the upcoming Tribeca Film release “Some Velvet Morning.” Stanley, who will next be seen in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” plays an adulterous husband who finally leaves his wife for his mistress, played by Eve. Also read: ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Early Reviews: Are Critics Hungry for More or Is This Blockbuster a Bore? There’s only one problem: He’s four years too late. The relationship drama from writer and director Neil Labute (“The Shape of Things”) appears to take place entirely »
- Greg Gilman
Controversial writer/director Neil Labute is the man behind the dark and dysfunctional comic drama Some Velvet Morning, which stars the always superb Stanley Tucci and rising British beauty Alice Eve.
Tucci plays Fred, a man who arrives at the doorstep of his mistress Velvet after four years apart. Claiming he’s finally left his wife, she rejects his sharp attempts to rekindle a romance long thought lost before things get more than a little ugly.
Some Velvet Morning first arrives in the Us on VOD from the 10th December before hitting limited theaters via Tribeca Film on the 13th December. No details as yet on a UK release
Update: We’ve also just added the brand new poster.
Source: Yahoo! Movies
- Craig Hunter
We reported last week that the Entourage movie is finally starting to build up momentum. All the key male actors from the original television series have put pen to paper and signed their contracts for the film which is to be directed by creator Doug Ellin. The series ran for an impressive eight seasons and had one very famous fan in the shape of American President, Barack Obama.
For the uninitiated, Entourage followed fictitious actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) as he rose from nobody to superstar and dealt with the pitfalls of fame along the way. The brilliant thing about Entourage, other than it essentially being a Sex and the City for men, was all the amazing cameos that popped up. The series was pretty much a ‘who’s who’ of Hollywood, with stars such as show producer Mark Wahlberg, Jessica Alba, Malin Ackerman, Gary Busey, Val Kilmer, and the late Dennis Hopper making appearances. »
- Kat Smith
Watch the trailer for Neil Labute's Some Velvet Morning starring Stanley Tucci and Alice Eve. Tribeca Film distributes the dramedy which opens on December 10th, 2013 in New York. Tim Harms, Daryl Freimark, Michael Corrente, Trent Othick and David Zander produce while Forrest E. Crisman, Jr. and Kevin Sisti Jr. serve as executive producers. Fred (Stanley Tucci) arrives at the doorstep of his beautiful young mistress Velvet (Alice Eve) after four years apart, claiming to have finally left his wife. But when she rejects his attempts to rekindle their romance, his persistence evolves into obsession — and a dark history between the former lovers comes into focus. »
"Everyone’s been in that place where it’s like, 'I can’t live with this person. I can’t live without them.' It’s just crazy love," writer/director Neil Labute told us about his latest "Some Velvet Morning," earlier this year. But it's far more than just "crazy love" that's cooking in this one. Starring Alice Eve and Stanley Tucci, this intimate dramedy kicks off when Fred shows up on the doorstep of his former lover, Velvet, with suitcases and bags. But he doesn't get the welcome he might've expected. There is tension in the air, with Fred thinking Velvet still wants him to leave his wife, while she is holding the cards of other secrets yet to be revealed. It's a two actor tango, with our own Gabe Toro noting in his review that, "Labute has consistently made intriguing, often idiosyncratic films in his career, but »
- Kevin Jagernauth
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