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Let the fight over sheer lace begin! A "Twilight" beauty and a reality star queen are going head to head over one sexy peekaboo dress! Ashley Greene stepped out for the Vanity Fair Oscar after-party wearing the Rachel Roy stunner on Sunday in Beverly Hills. The actress gave the dress a lady-like touch, opting for a black slip underneath the ensemble. She wore her hair parted on the side, and accessorized with a simple black clutch and pointy toe pumps. But Kim Kardashian was the first to sport the statement piece almost a year before the 28-year-old wore the style. Mrs. Kanye West flaunted the dress out in New York City in March 2014. She went with a sexier look, wearing a black bra and high-waisted underwear. She finished off with slicked back hair and gold Tom Ford pumps. Although Kim looks great in the dress, we're giving this round to Ashley, »
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From the street to the Vanity Fair fete's red carpet! Ashley Greene stepped out to the annual Vanity Fair post-Oscars bash in Beverly Hills on Sunday, Feb. 22, modeling a peekaboo jade lace dress Photos: What everyone wore to the Oscars afterparties Look familiar? That's because Kim Kardashian wore the same Rachel Roy dress for a TV taping in NYC in March 2014—almost a full year before the 87th Annual Academy Awards. The Twilight alum, 28, chose to go demure with the loose lace design, donning an black slip underneath [...] »
In the movie, a group of friends on an island getaway experiment with a new designer drug that makes them lose their ability to control their urges.
Fortitude International is handling international sales of Urge at the European Film Market.
Variety has it listed as one of the Top Buzz Titles at the Berlin Film Festival.
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- Michelle McCue
Director: Michael Wenning
Producers: Rashidi Hendrix, Daniel Ziskind
Cast: Amr Waked
Five international thieves meet in Berlin to steal the most valuable stamp in the world.
Director: Gerard Barrett
Cast: Dakota Fanning
Based on Susannah Cahalan’s bestselling memoir.
Sales: Mister Smith Entertainment (international); Wme (U.S.)
Director: Steven C. Miller
Cast: Bruce Willis
Thriller involving super-weapons and conspiracies.
Sales: Highland Film Group
Elvis & Nixon
Director: Liza Johnson
The morning when President Nixon met Elvis Presley in 1970.
Director: Stephen Gaghan
Cast: Matthew McConaughey
The story of the 1993 Bre-x Mineral Corp. mining scandal.
Sales: Sierra/Affinity (international); CAA (domestic)
- Variety Staff
The shift of "Mission: Impossible 5" out of the Christmas period and onto a July 31st release date has had a knock-on effect with several other films scoring changed dates.
Alcon Entertainment has essentially swapped dates with 'Mission,' moving out of the July 31st date and into the Christmas Day weekend slot. The move reportedly gives the $100+ million budget project more time to perfect its complicated visual effects and stunts.
Alcove CEO Andrew Kosove tells Deadline: "When they moved onto our date, I thought, ‘Oh, what a great opportunity,'. We have a lot of visual effects and we want as much time as we can get. It’s massively, massively helpful."
Kosove also isn't worried about competition from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," citing 2009's Christmas weekend where both "Avatar" and "Sherlock Holmes" went on to great success.
Meanwhile, MGM has announced a November 25th release date for "Creed, »
- Garth Franklin
Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired all North American rights from Beta Cinema to Sharon Mammon and Tal Granit’s euthanasia comedy. Bond/360, Zeitgeist Films and Image Entertainment have all been active in separate deals.
The Farewell Party (pictured) premiered on the Lido last year where it won the Venice Days’ People’s Choice and earned four Israeli Ophir Awards including best actor for Zee’s Reach.
Pie Films and 2Team production produced The Farewell Party in co-production with Pallas Film, Twenty Twenty Vision and United King Films. Goldwyn plans a spring release.
Bond/360 has acquired Us rightsfrom Continental Media to the hip-hop documentaryShake The Dust directed by Adam Sjöberg.
Zeitgeist Films has acquired Us rights fromMemento Films International to Chaitanya Tamhane’s Court, winner of the Venice Lion Of The Future and Orizzonti Award for best film. The drama follows the legal process surrounding a suicide assist case in India.
Image Entertainment has secured »
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We’re back with another horror news round-up, this time focusing on a recent seance event that took place in Hollywood ahead of Universal’s home media release of Ouija. We also have acquisition details on Joe Dante’s zom com, Burying the Ex, as well as news on another supernatural pilot order from The CW, and new images from Epic Pictures Group’s upcoming horror anthology movie, Tales of Halloween.
A Blumhouse Productions and Platinum Dunes film from Universal Pictures, Ouija comes out on Blu-ray and DVD today and to celebrate the film’s home media release, Universal recently hosted a get-together in Hollywood that included Jason Blum and real life Ouija guru Robert Murch (an advisor on the film), who showed those in attendance how to conduct a proper seance:
- Derek Anderson
Image Entertainment, an Rlj Entertainment brand, has nabbed all U.S. rights to Joe Dante's horror-comedy "Burying the Ex," which premiered last year at the Venice Film Festival. The film follows the treacherous relationship between Max (Anton Yelchin) and his girlfriend Evelyn (Ashley Greene). After moving-in together doesn't work out so well, Max decides to break the relationship off — but when Evelyn dies after a freak accident and then returns to the living as a zombie, Max realizes that moving on might be more difficult than he initially thought. "We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with legendary filmmaker Joe Dante," said Mark Ward, Rlj Entertainment's Senior Vice President of Acquisitions for Image. "He brings a unique vision and style to 'Burying the Ex.' We are confident that his fans and the genre community will embrace the film." The deal was negotiated by Ward on behalf »
- David Canfield
Joe Dante may not be the most prolific director in the world, but with works such as Gremlins, Small Soldiers, and Innerspace to his name, his new films still get us excited. His latest film Burying The Ex, recently premièred at the Venice Film Festival, and has just been picked up for distribution in the Us. Image Entertainment has acquired all Us rights, and according to Mark Ward, the Senior Vice President of Acquisitions for the Image brands (that’s a mouthful), they couldn’t be happier:
We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with legendary filmmaker Joe Dante. He brings a unique vision and style to Burying The Ex. We are confident that his fans and the genre community will embrace the film.
- Luke Ryan Baldock
The director of The Howling, Gremlins and The Burbs returns this year with new romantic horror-comedy, Burying the Ex. Starring Anton Yelchin (the upcoming Green Room), Ashley Greene (Twilight) and Alexandra Daddario (True Detective), Burying the Ex will hit theaters and VOD this summer from Image Entertainment, The Wrap reports. The film “follows nice guy Max (Yelchin) and his overbearing, but incredibly beautiful…
- Samuel Zimmerman
Director: Zach Braff
Running Time: 106 minutes
Aidan Bloom (Braff) is husband to Sarah (Hudson), father to Grace (King) and Tucker (Gagnon), and a struggling actor determined to make it in Hollywood. However, with his last big gig a dandruff commercial, things aren’t going Aidan’s way, especially when his staunchly religious and pessimistic father breaks some of his own bad news. With Aidan now standing at a major life fork-in-the-road, it’s up to him to bring his family together (including younger brother Noah (Gad)) to tackle the changes together, unknowingly putting him on a path of self-discovery. »
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
Wish I Was Here, 2014
Directed by Zach Braff.
Braff is Aiden Bloom, father to two adorable children (played by Joey King and Pierce Gagnon) and husband to a gorgeous woman (Kate Hudson). He is an aspiring actor while his wife is the breadwinner. Their two children, one a little rascal and the other a studious role-model, attend a private Jewish school funded by Aiden’s father, Gabe (Mandy Patinkin). But Gabe reveals that he’s dying of cancer. After trying everything, Gabe intends to undergo treatment that is in its experimental phase. Aiden’s brother, Noah (Josh Gad) has to reconnect with him before he passes and Aiden has to figure out how to home-school his children as his father inches closer to death.
Turn back the clocks. It’s May »
- Simon Columb
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