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ScreenDaily writes that former Bond girl Bérénice Marlohe, pictured, has been cast to star in Dennis Bartok’s English-language horror P.O.V., being sold by Fortissimo Films out of Cannes. “P.O.V. follows the story of Dana Milgrom (Marlohe), a track coach who, having survived a near-death car accident, finds herself completely paralysed and trapped inside her own […] »
Fortissimo Films handling pre-sales at the Cannes Marche.
Pre-sales are currently underway at the Cannes Marche, with a number of deals under negotiation by Fortissimo Films. Fortissimo holds worldwide rights to the film (except Dutch-speaking Benelux).
P.O.V. follows the story of Dana Milgrom (Marlohe), a track coach who, having survived a near-death car accident, finds herself completely paralysed and trapped inside her own body.
While recovering she becomes convinced that an evil presence exists inside her hospital room and is intent on killing her. Believing her to be experiencing a mental breakdown, Dana’s family brush away her concerns.
Becoming increasingly terrified, Dana soon realises that she may not be the only target. Unable to leave her bed, she risks losing the ones she cares for most.
A well-established French television and film actress, Bérénice is best »
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With the Cannes film festival and market heating up, some casting news for the upcoming P.O.V., about a paralyzed woman fighting an evil presence, has arrived; and it includes a former Bond girl. Read on for the details! From the… Continue Reading →
- Debi Moore
Bérénice Marlohe will lead Dennis Bartok’s directorial debut, the hospital-bound horror, P.O.V. In P.O.V., Marlohe (Skyfall, 5 to 7) will play Dana Milgrom (Marlohe), “a track coach who, having survived a near-death car accident, finds herself completely paralysed and trapped inside her own body. While recovering she becomes convinced that an evil presence exists inside her hospital room and…
- Samuel Zimmerman
Filmmaker Victor Levin’s smartly written feature debut, 5 to 7, is a charming and funny love story about an aspiring young writer (Anton Yelchin) and the beautiful, sophisticated French woman (Bérénice Marlohe) who befriends him on a New York sidewalk. Arielle (Marlohe), who enjoys an open relationship with her husband (Lambert Wilson), invites Brian (Yelchin) to join her in a passionate “cinq-à-sept” affair that he will never forget. The lessons he learns about life and love during their brief but tender courtship change him forever. Glenn Close, Frank Langella and Olivia Thirlby also star. In an exclusive interview, Levin talked about how this was a passion project he’d always wanted to direct, why it’s not a romantic comedy in a traditional sense, how he found the best actors to tell his story, the film’s financing, how his television experience informed his approach, his visual style and the decision to shoot in widescreen, »
- Sheila Roberts
Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and own this week on the various streaming services such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods A Most Violent Year (crime drama; Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain; rated R) 5 to 7 (comedy; Anton Yelchin, Bérénice Marlohe; premieres 4/10 on Mod and in theaters; rated R) The Sisterhood of Night (thriller; Georgie Henley, Kal Penn; premieres 4/10 on Mod and in theaters; rated PG-13) Streaming/Digital Download: Rent from $4-$7 or own from $13-$20 (HD may cost more than Sd) iTunes Offers the same movies...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
Bérénice Marlohe's life completely changed when she landed the part of Sévérine in the last James Bond movie, Skyfall. "It gave me the opportunity to be able to get an agent in Hollywood and to receive scripts and go one auditions," the 35-year-old French actress tells me from her home in Los Angeles. "That was a turning point in my career. I was living in France but I really wanted to do American movies, English movies." Her latest film is 5 to 7, a beautiful love story about an aspiring writer (Star Trek's Anton Yelchin) who falls for a slightly older French woman (Marlohe). But there's a twist—she's not only married with two children, but the whole »
Your parents could be the coolest people on the planet, but for most, they're hugely embarrassing. And so introducing them to a new partner is not only fraught with the hopes that Mom and Dad will like them, but also that Mom and Dad don't say or do anything absolutely mortifying. So you gotta feel for Anton Yelchin in this clip from "5 To 7." Co-starring Bérénice Marlohe, Frank Langella, Glenn Close and Olivia Thirlby, the feature debut from "Mad Men" co-producer and writer Victor Levin follows Brian (Yelchin), an aspiring novelist who has an extramarital cinq-a-sept affair with the beautiful wife of a French diplomat Arielle (Marlohe). In the scene below, Brian brings Arielle to meet his parents at the fancy Bemelmen's Bar in New York City. Arielle is quickly introduced to the charming quirks of Brian's parents, as he tries his best to undo their various faux pas. "5 To 7" opens on April 3rd and hits. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
This weekend, Jason Statham seeks revenge against Vin Diesel and the rest of the gang in "Furious 7," complete with an emotional send-off to Paul Walker; and Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds take on the Austrian government to recover her family's stolen artwork in "Woman in Gold."
Also in theaters this weekend: "5 to 7" stars Anton Yelchin as an aspiring novelist who begins a relationship with a French woman (Bérénice Marlohe), but she's married and they can only meet between the hours of 5 and 7 each evening. "Lambert & Stamp" documents the unlikely partnership between Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, aspiring filmmakers who became the managers of the rock band "The Who." "Effie Gray" examines the scandalous love triangle between Victorian art critic John Ruskin, his teenage bride Effie Gray (Dakota Fanning), and painter John Everett Millais. »
- Jonny Black
A naive American starts an affair with a sophisticated Frenchwoman in New York in a sweet take on un liaison that emulates the auteur without totally aping him
Set in a New York where cellphones barely exist, a gentleman wouldn’t be caught dead without a tie at dinner and a would-be author still tacks his rejection letters to the wall (I guess he prints them out first?), 5 to 7 is a full carafe of cliche but nonetheless intoxicating. Young Brian Bloom (Anton Yelchin), winner of the Tobey Maguire lookalike contest, taps out short stories in a Manhattan studio while his parents urge him to go to law school. On one of his many walks around the Upper »
- Jordan Hoffman
After letting the sky fall when it crum-balled to the tune of a billion dollars at the global box office, Spectre may be the most anticipated James Bond movie since the last one. Daniel Craig's fourth feature as 007 won't arrive in UK cinemas until October, but the response to the teaser trailer released over the weekend has been very positive.
Four is hardly a magic number for Bond actors. Sean Connery's fourth outing was the less-than-stellar Thunderball, Roger Moore's was the all-too-interstellar Moonraker and Pierce Brosnan closed out his four-movie tenure with the infamously poor Die Another Day.
That makes Craig the fourth actor to rack up four turns as Bond, and if you're superstitious about this sort of thing, maybe that's why this looks to be the combo breaker. »
11 items from 2015
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