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12 items from 2015


First Trailer for She's Funny That Way Starring Owen Wilson

23 January 2015 1:58 PM, PST | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Owen Wilson has been relatively quiet over the past few years. He's popped up in projects here and there, but they've mostly been forgettable (The Night at the Museum sequels), solid films in which he has a small role (Inherent Vice, The Grand Budapest Hotel), or just downright awful (The Internship). But he's back in a lead role in She's Funny That Way, an ensemble comedy from legendary filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich (Paper Moon, The Last Picture Show). The film also stars Imogen PootsKathryn HahnWill ForteRhys Ifans, and Jennifer Aniston.

This project has been brewing for years. We have a casting piece about it from two years ago, when it was still called Squirrels to the Nuts, but Bogdanovich has actually been trying to get it off the ground since the late 90s. John Ritter was going to star at one point but he passed away before production began, »

- Ben Pearson

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Owen Wilson Stars In Trailer For Peter Bogdanovich’s Screwball Throwback She’s Funny That Way

23 January 2015 1:54 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Peter Bogdanovich, who helmed the brilliant The Last Picture Show and comedy classic What’s Up Doc?, has stepped behind the camera for his first feature in 14 years. After the lengthy break he took following The Cat’s Meow, he’s back with a throwback to the screwball comedies of yesteryear, She’s Funny That Way.

A unique blend of character, comedy and homage, Bogdanovich has assembled the type of starry cast that works to rouse moviegoers from their instant streaming and into theaters. The film stars Owen Wilson as a Broadway director who sleeps with a prostitute (Imogen Poots) who’s keen to make a break into acting. He falls for the youngster and makes a promise to help advance her career from the streets to the stage, until things go awry when the starlet winds up auditioning for a play starring his wife. Or, at least, that’s »

- Gem Seddon

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Owen Wilson Learns 'She's Funny That Way' in New Comedy's Trailer

23 January 2015 1:14 PM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

It's been about 14 years since director Peter Bogdanovich was at the helm of narrative feature film, and now he's back with She's Funny That Way. The first trailer has just debuted, and it's certainly not going to be for everybody, but it has a classic charm that we normally don't see in films nowadays. It feels old fashioned, for better or worse, but it doesn't exactly look bad. The film follows a prostitute and aspiring actress (Imogen Poots) who has a one night stand with a married Broadway director (Owen Wilson), hoping to further her career. But the real story begins when the hooker auditions for a play starring his wife. Here's the first trailer for Peter Bogdanovich's She's Funny That Way, originally from Yahoo: She's Funny That Way (formerly Squirrel to the Nuts) is directed by Peter Bogdanovich (What's Up Doc?, The Last Picture Show) from a script »

- Ethan Anderton

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She’s Funny That Way Trailer: Peter Bogdanovich is Unfunny This Way

23 January 2015 10:12 AM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

The director of such classics as The Last Picture Show and Paper Moon is finally making a return after 14 years of absence from features, but after watching the trailer for She’s Funny That Way, I wonder if it’s anything to celebrate. Peter Bogdanovich has been keeping plenty busy over the past decade and a half, doing a little more acting, some hosting duties on TCM, maintaining a blog at Indiewire and helming some TV movies, namely biopics about Natalie Wood and Pete Rose, and a documentary on Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. But his last true picture show, as far as a theatrical narrative release, was the 2001 historically inspired jazz-age farce The Cat’s Meow.  For his comeback, Bogdanovich has written another wild comedy, this time with ex-wife Louise Stratten, and he’s corralled a very impressive cast, as someone of his background can easily do. Imogen Poots stars as a high-class prostitute-turned-Broadway star who »

- Christopher Campbell

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Owen Wilson Falls Head Over Heels For Imogen Poots In Trailer For She’s Funny That Way

23 January 2015 8:04 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The illustrious Peter BogdanovichPaper Moon, What’s Up, Doc? and The Last Picture Show — is returning to the genre of the screwball comedy with this year’s She’s Funny That Way, which also happens to be the director’s first feature film in over a decade.

Originally titled Squirrels to the Nuts (a much more attention-grabbing title, if we do say so ourselves), the romantic roundelay follows Owen Wilson’s Arnold, a married Broadway director who falls head over heels for Imogen Poots’ quirky Izzy, a prostitute-turned-actress, who soon develops feelings for her after giving her an opportunity to reach a new level in her aspiring career.

Joining the pairing for She’s Funny That Way are Horrible Bosses‘ star Jennifer Aniston, who is on board as Izzy’s no-nonsense therapist Jane, not to mention Will Forte and Kathryn Hahn as Jane’s Husband and Arnold’s wife, »

- Michael Briers

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'She's Funny That Way' Trailer Starring Owen Wilson

23 January 2015 7:09 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Legendary director Peter Bogdanovich returns with the new dramatic comedy She's Funny That Way. The first trailer has arrived, and it brings a star studded cast that includes Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston, Imogen Poots, Quentin Tarantino, Lucy Punch, Kathryn Hahn, Rhys Ifans, Will Forte and Debi Mazar.

She's Funny That Way follows a married Broadway director named Arnold (Owen Wilson) who falls for prostitute-turned-actress named Izzy (Imogen Poots) and tries to help advance her career. Along for the ride is Izzy's therapist Jane, Jane's husband and and Arnold's wife. Its sure to be one wild ride that fits right in with such Peter Bogdanovich classics as Paper Moon and What's Up Doc?

If She's Funny That Way looks familiar to Peter Bogdanovich enthusiasts, it's because the director originally set out to make the movie in the late 90s. It would have reunited him with his The Last Picture Show leading »

- MovieWeb

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The film critics who turned to filmmaking

22 January 2015 8:46 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

From the Pudsey The Dog movie to Joe Cornish and Roger Ebert, what happens when critics make films themselves?

Arts critics tend to get a rough time of it in the movies. Even looking at this year's awards season hopefuls, Birdman casts a wonderfully scabrous Lindsay Duncan as a theatre critic who is determined to kill the hero's play, and Mr. Turner presents John Ruskin as a lisping, pretentious fop, a representation that has led some to take mild umbrage.

To look even further back, at Ratatouille's sneering Anton Ego, or Lady In The Water's film-savvy 'straw critic', or Theatre Of Blood's gleefully murderous tract, there's not a whole lot of love for critics in film. Any of this might give way to the preconception that critics, especially film critics, don't actually like films and that they're out of touch with both the filmmakers whose works they »

- simonbrew

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Frank Marshall Selected as the Ace Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year by American Cinema Editors

20 January 2015 12:08 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Prolific filmmaker Frank Marshall has been selected by the Board of Directors of the American Cinema Editors (Ace) to be honored with the organization’s prestigious Ace Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year Award.  The award will be presented at the 65thAnnual Ace Eddie Awards black-tie ceremony on Friday, January 30, 2015 in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Frank Marshall has helped shape American film, treating audiences to some of the most well-loved, successful and enduring films in cinematic history,” stated the Ace Board of Directors.  “From “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “The Sixth Sense” and the “Back to the Future” trilogy, among so many others, Mr. Marshall has made – and continues to make – a profound and indelible contribution to the cinematic landscape.  We are honored to recognize him for his extraordinary accomplishments.”

Marshall joins a distinguished group of past Ace Golden Eddie honorees including Steven Spielberg, »

- Michelle McCue

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Frank Marshall Honored by American Cinema Editors as Filmmaker of the Year

20 January 2015 7:29 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Frank Marshall has been selected by the American Cinema Editors as the Ace Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year.

The award will be presented at the 65th Annual Ace Eddie Awards on Jan. 30 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Marshall has received five Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, including “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “The Color Purple,” “The Sixth Sense,” ” Seabiscuit” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.”

Frank Marshall has helped shape American film, treating audiences to some of the most well-loved, successful and enduring films in cinematic history,” said the Ace Board of Directors. “From ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark,’ ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,’ ‘The Sixth Sense’ and the ‘Back to the Future’ trilogy, among so many others, Mr. Marshall has made — and continues to make — a profound and indelible contribution to the cinematic landscape. We are honored to recognize him for his extraordinary accomplishments.”

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- Dave McNary

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The Place Beyond the Mines: Writer-director Sara Colangelo on ‘Little Accidents’

15 January 2015 6:05 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

“There has always been a part of me as a filmmaker that wants to pull back the curtain and explore the inner-workings of industry, and look at what’s really going on behind the scenes”

The feature debut of writer-director Sara Colangelo, Little Accidents is an intense small town drama that premiered to positive notices at the 2014 installment of the Sundance Film Festival, and is now seeing a release one year on. Starring Elizabeth Banks, Boyd Holbrook, Jacob Lofland, Josh Lucas and Chloë Sevigny, it concerns several players in a town recently devastated by a fatal mining accident. There’s Amos (Holbrook), the sole survivor of the accident that killed ten of his colleagues; Owen (Lofland), whose father was one of those who perished; Bill (Lucas), a mining company executive whose role in the accident has made his family a target of contempt for the town’s anger and sorrow »

- Josh Slater-Williams

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87th Oscar Nominations – Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel Lead With Nine Each

15 January 2015 8:37 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Good Morning Oscar fans! Today is nomination day!

Wamg was in the thick of nomination morning fever at the home of the Oscars – the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. 

Prior to the announcement, A.M.P.A.S. and the show’s producing team, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, gave the press assembled in the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre a first look at the new Oscar promo featuring host Neil Patrick Harris, titled “Anything Can Happen,” and given what went down this morning, that’s certainly the case.

Let’s get right to the big shockers – No Lego Movie for Best Animated Feature or Life Itself in Best Documentary Feature.

Also missing among the presumed nominees were Ava DuVernay (Selma, directing), Clint Eastwood (American Sniper, directing), Jennifer Aniston (Cake, best actress), David Oyelowo (Selma, best actor), Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler, best actor), Ralph Fiennes (The Grand Budapest Hotel, best actor), Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl, »

- Movie Geeks

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The Definitive Best Picture Losers

1 January 2015 12:22 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

40. Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Lost to: Silence of the Lambs 1991 was the first time an animated film ever grabbed a nomination for Best Picture with Disney’s version of “Beauty and the Beast.” The film also picked up nominations for sound, Original Score (for which it won) and three – count ‘em Three – for Best Original Song, the Oscar going to the title song. The film never really had a chance of winning (though this was one rare year where the Academy went exceedingly dark with their winner), but its inclusion was the first step toward a wider range of films getting a chance and the creation of the eventual Best Animated Film category.

39. The Maltese Falcon (1941)

Lost to: How Green Was My Valley

1941 would one day become one of the most notorious Oscar upsets, but not because of this film, however brilliant it is (the other film is much higher »

- Joshua Gaul

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