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Keira Knightley to star in 'Colette'

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Keira Knightley to star in 'Colette'
Exclusive: Teams behind Carol and Still Alice partner on period-biopic due to shoot in May.

Keira Knightley (The Imitation Game) is in advanced talks to star in biopic Colette, written by Still Alice team Wash Westmoreland and the late Richard Glatzer.

Westmoreland is set to direct the feature from Carol producers Number 9 Films and Killer Films.

Nightcrawler and Whiplash backers Bold Films will finance and co-produce the English-language title, marking the company’s first foray into the UK. Filming is due to commence in May in Budapest.

HanWay Films, which is on a roll following Oscar-nominations for Brooklyn, Carol and Anomalisa, will handle world sales. Additional casting is underway.

Pam Koffler and Christine Vachon (Carol, Still Alice) produce for Killer Films and Elizabeth Karlsen and Stephen Woolley (Carol, Made in Dagenham) will produce for Number 9, which is currently in post-production on Juan Carlos Medina’s The Limehouse Golem and Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest Hour And A Half.

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Remembering Delorme Pt. II: Actress Starred in French Blockbuster Bigger Than 'Star Wars'

Danièle Delorme and Jean Gabin in 'Deadlier Than the Male.' Danièle Delorme movies (See previous post: “Danièle Delorme: 'Gigi' 1949 Actress Became Rare Woman Director's Muse.”) “Every actor would like to make a movie with Charles Chaplin or René Clair,” Danièle Delorme explains in the filmed interview (ca. 1960) embedded further below, adding that oftentimes it wasn't up to them to decide with whom they would get to work. Yet, although frequently beyond her control, Delorme managed to collaborate with a number of major (mostly French) filmmakers throughout her six-decade movie career. Aside from her Jacqueline Audry films discussed in the previous Danièle Delorme article, below are a few of her most notable efforts – usually playing naive-looking young women of modest means and deceptively inconspicuous sexuality, whose inner character may or may not match their external appearance. Ouvert pour cause d'inventaire (“Open for Inventory Causes,” 1946), an unreleased, no-budget comedy notable
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Get Your Glow On: Our Top Bronzer & Highlighter Picks

There’s nothing better than having luminous skin! But since you can’t always naturally get a glow going, allow us to show you our favorite bronzers and highlighters.

Glowing skin makes you look healthy and gives you a certain je nais se quoi. Unfortunately, since we can’t live on juice cleanses or consistently get eight hours of sleep a night, we have to fake it ’till we make it! The best way to give your skin a little luminosity is to use a bronzer and highlighter on your face. This one-two punch will give you cheekbones, a defined jaw line, and of course — a glow.

Best Bronzer — Powders & More

To get your glow going, you’ll first need to start with bronzer. Apply it on your temples, the hollows of your cheeks, and the side of your jawline for a contouring effect. We love Le Metier de Beaute Sun Kissed Bronzer,
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First Image From Swedish Thriller I Am My Own Gets To The Point.

From the same group that brought you the spiritually laced drama Marianne and the upcoming drama Break of Day (Gryning) comes a new drama thriller I Am My Own (Jag Är Min Egen). Johan Bergqvist, one of the producers of Gryning, is currently wrapping up post production of his feature film debut. We have the first image from the film and as soon as a trailer is available we are sure you will find it here as well. "In the far stretching forest landscape of Sweden, M, a drug dealer on the run from the law for killing a cop gets in to the position where he has to care for a baby girl. With the child's welfare in peril he pursues a deadline to...
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Early Look: Gryning (aka Break Of Day) Copes With Loss Of A Child

Swedish film studio JÄMTFILM Ab and the director of the Swedish drama/horror Marianne are working together again on a new project, hoping to help the careers along of new talent with the drama Gryning. JÄMTFILM Ab, the company that produced last year's indie horror hit "Marianne" is currently developing their next film "Gryning" (international title "Break Of Day"). Gryning is written by newcomer Maria Östlund and making her feature film directorial debut is arthouse filmmaker and transmedia artist Jasmine Idun Lyman. It is produced by Filip Tegstedt ("Marianne") and Johan Bergqvist.Gryning tells the story of Anna, a part time musician who struggles with the grief over losing her 4-year-old son Lucas to cancer. The film has not completed financing yet so the project is...
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'Dancing' big step forward for ABC

'Dancing' big step forward for ABC
ABC faced a seesaw Wednesday with a huge turnout for the finale of Dancing With the Stars and a less-than-huge retention for the two-hour premiere of new drama Day Break.

The 8 p.m. Dancing finale brought in 27.5 million viewers and a 7.1 rating/19 share in adults 18-49 as former NFL running back Emmitt Smith took the trophy. ABC had a hard time getting that crowd to stick around for the 9-11 p.m. debut of Day Break (10.2 million, 3.6/9), which was topped by CBS' Criminal Minds (16.5 million, 4.9/12) and CSI: NY (16.2 million, 5.2/14).

The two-hour season premiere of NBC's Medium couldn't keep pace either, bringing in 9.4 million viewers and a 3.5/9 in the demo from 9-11 p.m.

CBS opened the night with Jericho (9.3 million, 2.9/8). Fox was on the sidelines with a double dose of Bones, which rattled 7.8 million viewers and a 2.9/8 with an original at 8 p.m.

For the night, ABC led with 16.1 million viewers and a 4.8/13; CBS was a competitive No.

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