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Kiernan Shipka, Candice Bergen, Kathryn Erbe & Jared Gilman Join Frank Langella In ‘Lapham Rising’

Kiernan Shipka, Candice Bergen, Kathryn Erbe & Jared Gilman Join Frank Langella In ‘Lapham Rising’
Exclusive: Kiernan Shipka, Candice Bergen, Kathryn Erbe and Jared Gilman have joined Frank Langella in Lapham Rising, the Charlie Kessler-directed film adaptation of Roger Rosenblatt's bestselling novel. Langella signed on after he completed his role as the Russian spy handler on the FX drama The Americans, and after winning his fourth Tony Award for Broadway’s The Father. Rosenblatt adapted his book and the pic will shoot in the Hamptons. Bcdf Pictures (Bachelorette) and…
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Adam Driver Waxes Poetic in ‘Paterson’ First Trailer

Adam Driver Waxes Poetic in ‘Paterson’ First Trailer
Adam Driver plays a bus driver and an aspiring poet named Paterson living in Paterson, N.J., in Jim Jarmusch’s aptly titled film “Paterson.” The poetic nature of it all isn’t lost on the movie’s characters … or its audience.

The first trailer for the movie offers a two-minute-30-second look at Paterson’s humdrum daily routine, with a few bursts of excitement when he takes down a gunman at his local bar and evacuates a bus before it explodes.

Paterson is filled with self-doubt about his secret passion — poetry — despite encouragement from his doting wife Rosie (Golshifteh Farahani), an aspiring country singer who wants to move to Nashville.

“As a movie, ‘Paterson’ makes the quiet, contained life of its hero wistfully appealing,” Variety‘s Chief Film Critic Owen Gleiberman wrote in his review of the movie, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.

William Jackson Harper, Chasten Harmon,
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The Definitive Romantic Comedies: 50-41

We all have predisposed notions about the infamous “romantic comedy.” As with other genres, there’s a large subsection of offerings, giving it a bad name. But, for every tired, cliché-driven comedy, there is another impressive offering that redefines the genre, garners plenty of laughs, and tells an honest story about love and relationships, however warped they may be. In the coming weeks, we’ll take a look at the fifty romantic comedy films that should be seen. These may not all be classic films, but they certainly put a stamp on the industry and the genre we affectionately call “rom-coms.”

#50. Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

Most of Wes Anderson’s films could be described as romantic comedies, but his 2012 effort stands out, as its central story focuses on young love and the need to find acceptance. In Anderson’s world, while quirks abound, true connections between characters are commonplace. With Moonrise Kingdom,
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StreamFix: Catch the khaki-colored bliss of 'Moonrise Kingdom'

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StreamFix: Catch the khaki-colored bliss of 'Moonrise Kingdom'
Wes Anderson movies have a lot in common. You could rename most of them "Ooh, Look At Us In Our Little Outfits!" Some feel like cupcake shops with dialogue. But even if you don't lap up every last morsel of quaintness in "The Grand Budapest Hotel" or "The Royal Tenenbaums," you're always left with lasting Technicolor images that force you to acknowledge he's a genuine auteur. The uniformly great acting is a nice touch too. Perhaps the purest example of the Andersonian form is "Moonrise Kingdom," a movie that blends innocent longing and a Roald Dahl-like cast of grimacing grownups. Since it's available on Netflix to stream, we thought we'd reacquaint you with a few of its best images. 1. Absurd Tilda glamor "Grand Budapest Hotel" upped Tilda's bar for stunning makeunders, but her turn as Social Services in "Moonrise Kingdom" was nothing but a gorgeous reinvention. A smirking headmistress never looked so radiant.
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“Moonrise Kingdom” (2012; Directed by Wes Anderson) (The Criterion Collection)

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“Oddballs And Young Love

By Raymond Benson

Wes Anderson’s marvelous 2012 comedy, Moonrise Kingdom, was previously released on Blu-ray and DVD, but The Criterion Collection has seen fit to issue an edition that blows the old one away. With an abundance of fun, entertaining supplements and packaged ephemera—Criterion’s disc is in keeping with the other fine releases the company has done for the filmmaker.

Moonrise Kingdom is the first Wes Anderson movie I truly fell in love with. While I liked and appreciated his earlier pictures, Moonrise is a flawless masterpiece of style and wit—as is Anderson’s following film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. For my money, these are two slam-bang pieces of comic brilliance.

The setting is a small fictional New England island, during one summer in the Sixties. A Boy Scout troop camps out there. Some families live on the island, others visit for the season.
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The Criterion Collection announces June Blu-ray releases

The Criterion Collection has announced its new release line-up for June with five new titles set for a Blu-ray release in June.

On July 7, it will release Robert Siodmak’s The Killers (1946) and Don Siegel’s The Killers (1964). On July 14, it will release Alain ResnaisHiroshima mon amour, Jan Troell’s Here’s Your Life, and Carroll Ballard’s The Black Stallion. And on July 21, it will release Stephen FrearsMy Beautiful Laundrette and Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom.

The Killers

Ernest Hemingway’s simple but gripping short tale The Killers is a model of economical storytelling. Two directors adapted it into unforgettably virile features: Robert Siodmak, in a 1946 film that helped define the noir style and launch the acting careers of Burt Lancaster and Ava Gardner; and Don Siegel, in a brutal 1964 version, starring Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, and John Cassavetes, that was intended for television but deemed too
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Elsa & Fred Review

It would take a lot to squander the talents of Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer, but Elsa & Fred comes awfully close to doing so. Without much to recommend beyond the merits of the veteran actors, the inconsequential romantic drama swerves from being pondering to pleasant and back again. During the scenes of the couple’s impromptu running around the bustling city, trying to find a spark through more delinquent pleasures, the film finds its pulse. When we are locked in their apartments, watching their strained attempts at finding friendship, Elsa & Fred is dragged down by the screenplay’s inactivity.

Indifferently directed by Michael Radford of Il Postino fame, the drama focuses on two seniors living in adjacent, golden-lit New Orleans apartments. Elsa Hayes (MacLaine) is a bit of a troublemaker, trying to get out of paying for damaging a sports car by playing up her oblivious senior citizen qualities. Divorced
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Netflix, Disney in Canada pay-tv pact

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Netflix has struck a multi-year licensing deal with The Walt Disney Studios making it the exclusive Canadian subscription TV service for first-run Disney live-action and animated features.

Under the deal that starts with 2015 theatrical releases, films will be made available to Netflix subscribers approximately eight months after they leave theatres.

The deal covers Disney live-action, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, Disneynature and DreamWorks Studios titles.

“We are delighted to be the new pay-tv home in Canada for the world’s highest-quality, most imaginative and entertaining films,” said Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos (pictured). “Canadians of all ages will have an incredible range of great stories and characters to look forward to.”

“We are absolutely thrilled that Canadian Netflix subscribers will be able to experience Disney’s premium films in the pay TV window,” said Dan Cohen, evp of pay television and digital, Disney-abc Domestic Television.

Netflix continues
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Monterey Media Acquires Clara Mamet’s ‘Two-Bit Waltz’

Monterey Media Acquires Clara Mamet’s ‘Two-Bit Waltz’
Clara Mamet‘s debut feature Two-Bit Waltz has been acquired by Monterey Media, which plans a fall theatrical release. Mamet — the daughter of David Mamet and Rebecca Pidgeon — wrote, directed and stars in the indie comedy alongside Jared Gilman, David Paymer and William H. Macy. It centers on Maude, who is suspended from school, rejected sexually by her one true love — and then her grandmother dies. The will states that Maude will inherit a large sum of money on the condition that she finish her education. Plagued by a broken heart, the loss of a friend and a botched suicide attempt, she must decide […]
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The HeyUGuys Instant Watching Guide – July 7th 2014

I’m back! It’s been a long time and I apologise for that, moving house turned out to be a far far longer process than I anticipated or had been led to believe. Three weeks turned into six, six weeks turned into three months and now here we are.

Aside from the length of time it takes, moving house was a real eye opener in other areas too. Specifically in terms of how I inform you week on week of all of this wonderful content available to stream and then how you have to put up with lacklustre delivery from various ISPs. I was living in someone else’s house on a connection that was not my own, not wanting to name names but there is one of the big three ISP’s in the UK which boasts about having one of, if not the, fastest broadband delivery on
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Millennium pics up Elsa & Fred

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Millennium Entertainment has taken Us rights to Michael Radford’s romantic Elsa & Fred starring Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer.

Radford and Anna Pavigano wrote the remake of the 2005 Spain-Argentina hit about two senior citizens who find love.

Marcia Gay Harden, Chris Noth, Jared Gilman and Scott Bakula will also star.

Producing Elsa & Fred are Matthias Ehrenberg, Nicolas Veinberg, Jose Levy and Ricardo Kleinbaum from Cuatro Plus Films and Edward Saxon.

Millennium Entertainment’s Tristen Tuckfield negotiated the deal with ICM Partners on behalf of the filmmakers.
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Cannes: Millennium Entertainment Lands Michael Radford’s ‘Elsa & Fred’ With Shirley MacLaine, Christopher Plummer

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Cannes: Millennium Entertainment Lands Michael Radford’s ‘Elsa & Fred’ With Shirley MacLaine, Christopher Plummer
Millennium Entertainment closed a U.S. rights deal on the Michael Radford-directed Elsa & Fred, starring Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer. Radford wrote it with Anna Pavigano, and Marcia Gay Harden, Chris Noth, Jared Gilman and Scott Bakula also star. Matthias Ehrenberg, Nicolas Veinberg, Jose Levy, Ricardo Kleinbaum from Cuatro Plus Films and Edward Saxon produce. Pic is a remake of the 2005 Spanish/Argentinian film the story of two people in the twilight of their lives who discover that it’s never too late to find love and make their dreams come true. After losing his wife, straight-laced Fred (Plummer) is forced by his daughter (Harden) to move into a small apartment where he meets Elsa. From that moment on, everything changes.
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Cannes: Shirley MacLaine-Christopher Plummer’s ‘Elsa and Fred’ Gets U.S. Distribution

Millennium Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights to Michael Radford’s romance “Elsa and Fred,” starring Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer.

Lotus Entertainment is handling international sales at Cannes.

The film also stars Marcia Gay Harden, Chris Noth, Jared Gilman and Scott Bakula. Producers are Matthias Ehrenberg, Nicolas Veinberg, Jose Levy and Ricardo Kleinbaum from Cuatro Plus Films and Edward Saxon.

“Elsa and Fred” is an English language remake of Marcos Carnevale’s 2005 Spanish-Argentine film also titled “Elsa and Fred.” Radford directed from his adaptation, written with Anna Pavignano.

In the 2005 film, Fred was a recently widowed Spaniard in his 70s who has led a quiet life and retires to an apartment in Madrid with Elsa — an Argentinian and a chronic liar — as his neighbor.

In the remake, Plummer’s straight-laced Fred is forced by his daughter (Harden) to move into a small apartment where he meets MacLaine’s Elsa.
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Casting: Beals, Moss, Varela, Kleintank

The Rocking Horsemen

Jennifer Beals has joined the cast of Matthew Modine's coming-of-age film "The Rocking Horsemen". The story follows five teen boys on their journey to form a rock band during the summer of 1962 and chronicles what it's like to be young when everything seems possible and music can transform one's life.

Sean Astin, James Frecheville, Riley Griffiths, Jared Gilman, David Alan Grier, Miles Heizer, Eric Stoltz, Isaac White and Billy Zane also star. Filming is slated to begin this summer. [Source: THR]

There Are Monsters

Elisabeth Moss ("Mad Men," "Top of the Lake") has signed on for the lead in "The Strangers" director Bryan Bertino's horror tale "There Are Monsters". Richard Suckle will produce.

Moss plays a single mum and her terrified young daughter who are trapped and tormented by a mysterious creature. Pre-production kicks off in the Fall. [Source: Screen]

Point Break

Swedish actor Matias Varela ("Snabba Cash") has
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Jennifer Beals Joins Cast of Matthew Modine's 'The Rocking Horsemen' (Exclusive)

Jennifer Beals has joined the cast of Matthew Modine's coming-of-age film The Rocking Horsemen. Beals joins Sean Astin, James Frecheville, Riley Griffiths, Jared Gilman, David Alan Grier, Miles Heizer, Eric Stoltz, Isaac White and Billy Zane, all of whom have already boarded the project. The Rocking Horsemen follows five teen boys on their journey to form a rock band during the summer of 1962. The boys have high hopes and are driven by a shared fear of what the future holds. When the chance to perform at their high school graduation arises, the stage is set for the

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Clara Mamet on her movie, having aliens for 'Neighbors' and her famous last name -- Exclusive Clip

Clara Mamet on her movie, having aliens for 'Neighbors' and her famous last name -- Exclusive Clip
You might recognize Clara Mamet from her ABC show The Neighbors, which is about keeping up with the Joneses—if the Joneses were aliens. (Much like Keeping Up with the Kardashians, except Neighbors is scripted.) Or you might recognize her because she looks quite a bit like her sister Zosia Mamet, who plays Shoshanna on Girls. (Yep, that makes her another daughter of David Mamet.)

But soon, you may recognize her from movies as well. Mamet just wrote, directed and starred in her first film, Two-Bit Waltz, an autobiographical jaunt that features William H. Macy (Fargo), Rebecca Pigeon (Red), and
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The Definitive Romantic Comedies: 50-41

We all have predisposed notions about the infamous “romantic comedy.” As with other genres, there’s a large subsection of offerings, giving it a bad name. But, for every tired, cliché-driven comedy, there is another impressive offering that redefines the genre, garners plenty of laughs, and tells an honest story about love and relationships, however warped they may be. In the coming weeks, we’ll take a look at the fifty romantic comedy films that should be seen. These may not all be classic films, but they certainly put a stamp on the industry and the genre we affectionately call “rom-coms.”

#50. Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

Most of Wes Anderson’s films could be described as romantic comedies, but his 2012 effort stands out, as its central story focuses on young love and the need to find acceptance. In Anderson’s world, while quirks abound, true connections between characters are commonplace. With Moonrise Kingdom,
See full article at SoundOnSight »

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' trailer: Enter another wonderful world of Wes Anderson

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' trailer: Enter another wonderful world of Wes Anderson
What if you could book your next vacation at a Wes Anderson-designed inn straight out of a snow-capped fairytale?

That’s the whimsical setting for the first trailer for The Grand Budapest Hotel. It stars Ralph Fiennes as a charismatic, cougar-loving concierge Gustave H and Tony Revolori as his doting, lobby-boy-in-training Zero Moustafa. (The casting of Revolori, a relatively unknown young lead, is similar to the the casting of young lovers played by Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward in last year’s Moonrise Kingdom.)

The trailer looks a little like the board game Clue, boasts the slow-boiling intrigue of Downton Abbey,
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An 'Artemis Fowl' Movie Is Coming, So We Cast The Lead!

An 'Artemis Fowl' Movie Is Coming, So We Cast The Lead!
After years of being stuck in development hell, Artemis Fowl, the "twelve-year-old James Bond villain" with a heart of gold, is finally coming to the big screen with "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" screenwriter, Michael Goldenberg penning the screenplay for Disney and producer Harvey Weinstein.

We're obviously still a long time away from much more real news about the first movie, which will cover the stories of the first two books of the series, "Artemis Fowl" and "The Arctic Incident," but the most important concern for anyone bringing these books to the screen is casting the right lead.

While it's pretty hard to find a decent 12-year-old actor, we have a few (almost) age-appropriate suggestions to play Artemis Fowl, if producers decide to go with a higher-profile star.

Asa Butterfield

Though the "Hugo" and "Ender's Game" star certainly isn't 12 years-old anymore, Butterfield has the whole Artemis look down.
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MTV Movie Awards 2013: The Complete Winners List

The 2013 MTV Movie Awards is already over! After several months of promotion, one of the most favorite award shows of the season wrapped up quickly at the Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, Calif., on Sunday night. Some of the winners included Bradley Cooper and the cast of The Avengers, while some of the losers included that time Parks and Recreation's Aubrey Plaza inerrupted Will Ferrell's speech.

Check out the complete list of winners below!

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Movie Of The Year

Django Unchained

Silver Linings Playbook

Ted

The Avengers

The Dark Knight Rises

Best Female Performance

Anne HathawayLes Misérables
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