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The stars looked absolutely stunning this week! Kate Hudson stole the show in a sequined Jenny Packham gown at the 28th American Cinematheque Awards in Beverly Hills on Tuesday. The gorgeous actress accessorized her column dress with some new pink tresses and a matching pearly clutch. Chrissy Teigen brought a pop of pink to the red carpet at the Night of Stars event in NYC on Thursday. John Legends' other half looked beautiful in a flowing Diane von Furstenberg dress. The model finished the look with perfect waves and a dark red lip. Lily Collins was a vision in a bold Elie Saab couture gown she wore for the premiere of her movie "Love Rosie" at the Rome Film Festival on Sunday. The "Blind Side" actress complimented the ombré design with gorgeous curls and her signature bold brows. Whose red carpet look was your favorite this week? Tell toofab in »
- tooFab Staff
Exclusive: Lily James (Disney’s Cinderella) and Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games) are circling to star in Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest Hour And A Half. James, currently filming Burr Steer’s Pride And Prejudice And Zombies, is one of Britain’s hottest young actresses and is also attached to the plum role of Natasha in The Weinstein Company’s War And Peace miniseries.
Their Finest Hour And A Half, based on Lissa Evans’ 2009 novel that was nominated for Britain’s prestigious Orange literary prize, follows the misadventures of a British movie crew trying to make a patriotic film to boost morale after the Blitz during World War II. TV writer Gabby Chiappe is adapting. Principal photography is set for summer 2015.
- Ali Jaafar
Director: Christian Ditter
Running time: 102 minutes
Synopsis: Rosie (Collins) and Alex (Claflin) have been best friends since they were 5, so they couldn’t possibly be right for one another…or could they? When it comes to love, life and making the right choices, these two are their own worst enemies.
Adapted from the Cecelia Ahern novel ‘Where Rainbows End’, Love, Rosie is a decade-spanning romantic comedy about friendship, true love and bad timing. For those about to give up there, although it’s admittedly a concept with about as much originality as most boy-meets-girl scenarios, Love, Rosie has several key elements working in its’ favour allowing it to flourish.
- Victoria Bull
Based on Celia Ahern's novel Where Rainbow's End, Love, Rosie inhabits the same sphere of inoffensive romantic comedy as the last adaption of her work, P.S., I Love You (what is with them being named after sign-off's in letters?), thankfully free of bad Irish accents, but director Christian Ditter does inject a slightly rougher edge into proceedings, while still ticking off a checklist of romantic cliches. Lily Collins and Sam Claflin play Rosie and Alex, who we find out from the very first frame have being friends since childhood. Over the course of twelve years, from the ages of 18 to 30, we follow the pair through their will they/won't they romance, one that takes in an unplanned pregnancy, failed relationships and one night stands, and different continents While the first act makes you believe this is a irreverent take on the usual romantic comedy formula (throwing in some slightly »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom White)
★★☆☆☆Etching another notch on the bedpost of the already crowded ‘will-they-won’t they?’ vein of romantic comedy, Love, Rosie (2014) boasts a fresh-faced cast whose star power will inevitably be bolstered by appearing in this heinious exercise in ignoble triviality. Directed by Christian Ditter and adapted from Cecelia Ahern’s 2004 novel ‘Where Rainbows End’, Love, Rosie is ostensibly the iPhone generation's When Harry Met Sally (1989) - a saccharin-drenched drama that rarely merits the chemistry its central cast ably displays. The film sees Lily Collins plays the titular Rosie opposite Sam Claflin’s Alex, two best friends who’ve grown up together side by side. »
- CineVue UK
Director: Christian Ditter; Screenwriter: Juliette Towhdi; Starring: Sam Claflin, Lily Collins, Christian Cooke, Tamsin Egerton, Suki Waterhouse, Jaime Winstone; Running time: 102 mins; Certificate: 15
Will they? Won't they? Can men and women ever just be friends? Are they going to make it to the airport on time? Just about every romantic comedy cliché gets ticked off in Love, Rosie, a new British film based on Cecelia Ahern's novel Where Rainbows End. The destination may never be in doubt, but thanks to likeable performances from stars Lily Collins and Sam Claflin this predictable film has a heart and soul that keeps it watchable for the duration.
The two up-and-coming leads play Alex and Rosie, school pals whose tight bond is more brother/sister than boyfriend/girlfriend. A kiss between them on Rosie's birthday is forgotten thanks to the effects of alcohol, and the duo carry on as normal, making plans to »
Case of the Mondays? Step right up! One look at Lily Collins’ insanely romantic, violet ombre Elie Saab dress should give you blissful fashion fantasies for a week, at least! The brunette beauty, 25, chose the Lebanese designer’s ombre stunner for the 9th Rome Film Festival, where she premiered her latest film, Love, Rosie, on Sunday, Oct. 19. Collins’ fabulous duds boasted a black bustier with a geometric neckline and an open back. The Elie Saab creation also had a Watteau cape train that flowed behind the Mortal [...] »
Lily Collins learns from her failed relationships, but admits ''heartbreak sucks.'' The 25-year-old actress, who previously dated Zac Efron and Jamie Campbell Bower, said: ''You can get different things out of different relationships with different people. You can take every experience and try to learn something about yourself - maybe something that was making you happy or unhappy, qualities you did or didn't like about that person - and take that with you, so at least you know the boundaries of what works for you.'' But the 'Love, Rosie' star insists she doesn't have type when it comes to dating. She told online magazine The Edit: ''When you're just being yourself, that's when you attract someone with the qualities that are most suitable for you. The second you write someone off because they're 'not your type,' you shut yourself off from a person and an experience that might be perfect for you. »
Adaptations from popular novels are an essential part of modern day filmmaking. Each year, some of our favourite classic novels get the backing of top Hollywood producers and our favourite fictional characters are brought to life on screen to much excitement stemming from the broad fanbases of the original novels.
One such novel, Where Rainbows End by Cecilia Ahern, has received the big-screen treatment and will be released in UK cinemas on the 22nd October under an altered title, Love, Rosie, Starring young and popular talent such as Lily Collins and heartthrob Sam Claflin, Love, Rosie centres on Rosie and her best friend Alex who take a leap of faith, both on life and on each other, when they decide to go to the Us together to attend university. But fate has other plans for Rosie. Over the next 12 years their lives change dramatically but the connection remains.
To celebrate this exciting release, »
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
A full quarter-century has passed since Nora Ephron deftly articulated the pitfalls of platonic friendship between men and women in “When Harry Met Sally…”. Yet if “Love, Rosie” is to be believed, a whole new generation of adults has arrived at much the same conclusion Ephron did: In the movies, at least, the sex part always gets in the way. A thoroughly likeable English-language debut for German comedy helmer Christian Ditter, this marzipan-sweet adaptation of Cecelia Ahern’s 2004 bestseller “Where Rainbows End” is elevated by vibrant visuals and the winsome chemistry of Lily Collins and Sam Claflin. Cast as childhood BFFs who dance around their true feelings for each other through multiple decades, countries and partners, this inordinately pretty star pairing lends youthful appeal to a rom-com that could also woo the adult chick-lit crowd.
With its twelve-year narrative timeframe, comfy middle-class Britishisms and sparky pairing of striving, pure-hearted girl and raffish, »
- Guy Lodge
Hitting our screen in little under a week, Love, Rosie has released a new featurette, Featuring stars Lily Collins, Sam Claflin, and Suki Waterhouse, it has them relating the themes of the story, based on Ceclia Ahern's novel Where Rainbows End, in their own words. As an added bonus, we also have the music video for Get Me Back by Mimi and the Mad Noise Factory, the lead track from the Love, Rosie soundtrack. Check them out below. Released: 22nd October (Irl/U.K.) Synopsis: Love, Rosie centres on Rosie and her best friend Alex who take a leap of faith, both on life and on each other, when they decide to go to the Us together to attend university. But fate has other plans for Rosie. Over the next 12 years their lives change dramatically but the connection remains. »
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The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones failed (pretty spectacularly) at the box office last year, but the Ya novel is getting a second shot at an adaptation. This time, it's coming to the small screen as "a high-end drama series." In case you haven't read Cassandra Clare's books or seen the movie, the story follows a young girl (played by Lily Collins in the film) who discovers a dangerous and magical city under New York called Downworld. The fantasy books have been bestsellers, so hopefully the show will connect with the built-in fan base more than the movie did. »
German production company Constantin Film revealed at the Mipcom TV market in Cannes this weekend that they are developing TV show spin-offs for their film franchises Resident Evil and The Mortal Instruments. Here's what Constantin's Martin Moszkowicz had to say in a statement.
"We are moving rapidly. Constantin has a lot of feature film brands and we are moving them into television. For instance, we own the rights to the book series The Mortal Instruments, and we just hired a showrunner in Los Angeles, and our offices in Los Angeles and Canada are starting production next year on at least two or three international shows."
Ed Decter, who most recently produced TV shows such as Unforgettable and The Client List, is reportedly the showrunner attached to The Mortal Instruments, according to The Hollywood Reporter, with production slated to begin sometime next year.
The Mortal Instruments was initially slated to be a feature film franchise, »
Talk about immortality! (Sorry.) The Hollywood Reporter shares that The Mortal Instruments, Cassandra Clare’s bestselling and beloved Ya book franchise (that first started as Harry Potter fan fiction, lest we forget), is bound for the small screen. And, no, you’re not misremembering things here – the series has already made one attempt at adaptation, with last year’s underperforming feature film, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. The Lily Collins-starring feature was originally imagined as a franchise starter, but the film made less than $32m at the American box office (interestingly, the feature did make a grand total of $90.5m with worldwide receipts, but such a take still puts it in the bottom half of Ya adaptations). Although there has been some chatter about lensing a second feature, it now appears that these Instruments are pointing in a different direction. Constantin Film, the rights-holding production company, will now revisit the series as a “high-end drama »
- Kate Erbland
"The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" was a box office disappointment last year, delaying production of its sequel, "City of Ashes." But fans of the Cassandra Clare Ya books will still have a chance to see an adaptation of the series, which is set to move to the small screen as a TV show.
The Hollywood Reporter writes that "The Mortal Instruments" is being developed by production company Constantin Film as "a high-end drama series," which will begin production next year. No network is attached to the project yet.
When it bowed in 2013, "The Mortal Instruments," which starred Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower, banked only $31 million at the domestic box office, a disappointing total that put its big screen follow-up on an indefinite hold. But now, Martin Moszkowicz, head of film and TV projects at Constantin, tells THR that a television adaptation will be more beneficial to Clare's stories. »
- Katie Roberts
After fizzling at the box-office as a potential film franchise, Cassandra Clare's young adult fantasy novel series "The Mortal Instruments" is being re-developed as a TV series.
Ed Decter ("Helix," "Unforgettable," "The Client List") is developing the small screen version for Constantin Film who controls the rights and produced the previous film which starred Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower.
No broadcast partners are yet onboard the new version which is being billed as a high-end drama series that will be able to more faithfully translate Clare's work to the screen. Production aims to get underway next year.
Source: THR »
- Garth Franklin
Based on Cecelia Ahern’s novel Where Rainbows End, Love, Rosie sees best friends Rosie and Alex continuously miss chances to become a couple – yet their friendship remains. The lead roles in the adaptation are played by Lily Collins and Sam Claflin and the pair, along with other cast members and German director Christian Ditter were on hand in London to talk about the film for the premiere.
Director Christian Ditter
Making Love, Rosie was a big deal for Ditter, who went to Ireland for the first time in his life in order to make it. He explained that he packed only ‘weather gear’ for the journey but was surprised when they didn’t have a single day of rain!
The director had nothing but praise for his lead actors, saying that Lily and Sam were ‘the best people to work with’. His trust allowed him the freedom to improvise »
- Amanda Keats
October 3, 2014
Director: Jeff Baena
Starring: Jeff Baena
Running time: 89 mins
Director: Gary Shore
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Director: Ivan Reitman
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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Director: Miguel Arteta
Running time: 81 mins
Director: John R. Leonetti
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Director: Wes Ball
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Director: Marc Lawrence
Nearly one of every five online searches for "Jimmy Kimmel" can lead Internet surfers to websites where identity thieves and other nefarious types lurk, according to McAfee, a software unit of Intel Security. McAfee on Wednesday released its "Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrity" list of 2014, and Kimmel was No. 1, followed by Armin van Buuren, a popular Dutch DJ and music producer. Rounding out the Top 10 were Ciara, Flo Rida, Bruce Springsteen, Blake Shelton, Britney Spears, Jon Bon Jovi, Chelsea Handler and Christina Aguilera. The host of Jimmy Kimmel Live! supplanted Mirror, Mirror actress Lily Collins, who was last year's Most Dangerous Celebrity. And the entire Kardashian clan, including Kourtney, Kim,
- Paul Bond
Name and focus changes for every section, which are now all competitive, resulting in the festival’s structure being “slimmer’.
The ninth Rome Film Festival (Oct 16-25) has revealed a diverse line-up including the Italian premieres for potential awards contenders including David Fincher’s Gone Girl. the world premiere of Takashi Miike’s As the Gods Will and Burhan Qurbani’s We are Young, We are Strong and European premiere of Oren Moverman’s Time Out of Mind, Toronto hit Still Alice and Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet.
This year for the first time the award-winners in each section of the programme will be decided by the audience on the basis of votes cast after the screenings.
Each section has changed name and focus for 2014 and are all competitive, resulting in the festival’s structure being “slimmer’.
Italian comedies Soap Opera and Andiamo a Quel Paese bookend the line-up.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Andreas Wiseman)
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