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Wild Things Director John McNaughton Returns With The Harvest

12 December 2012 4:22 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

John McNaughton, the helmer behind the controversial cult classic 1986 horror film Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer and the infamous 2001 thriller Wild Things, has signed on to direct his next movie, breaking his eleven year sabbatical from cinema.

Variety says that beginning production in New York imminently is The Harvest, a psychological horror thriller made for under $10 million that finds Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton among its cast.

Written by Stephen Lancelloti, the movie follows a married couple (Shannon & Morton) with medical backgrounds and a sick son (Charlie Tahan) who lives secluded in a controlled environment until a young girl (Natasha Calis) moves in next door and gives him hope of a better life. As the teens grow closer, the tight-knit world his over-protective mother has created begins to unravel.

Leslie Lykes and Meadow Williams also have supporting roles. Steven A. Jones, Kim Jose, David Robinson and Williams herself are producing. »

- Matt Holmes

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Bill Murray: actor, hipster... God

7 December 2012 5:50 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Bill Murray doesn't only manifest his omnipresence through impromptu games of kickball – it is there to see in his work

Those of us who believe Bill Murray to be God are quite sincere in our belief. We're not just saying it to be nice. What otherwise are we to make of his majestic inaccessibility, his lack of an agent or a publicist or even a telephone number? At the same time, there is his mysterious omnipresence, as he drops out of a clear blue sky to play kickball on Roosevelt Island while wearing a woolly hat, plays the tambourine in Texas, drives golf carts around Stockholm, dances the Conga in Cannes, or joins karaoke parties in New York with pretty Dutch girls to buy everyone Chartreuse and sing Elvis Presley's Marie's the Name.

As the New York Times noted this week:

"Tracking his movements in the wild, as he »

- Tom Shone

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The 38 Roles for Which Bill Murray Was Snubbed by the Oscars

6 December 2012 9:00 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

In 2003, William James Murray (better known to those who haven't spent hours reading his Wikipedia page as Bill Murray) starred in Sofia Coppola's "Lost in Translation," a poignant, somber romantic comedy that spotlighted the budding relationship between an aging film star (Murray) and the lonely wife of a photographer (Scarlett Johansson) in Tokyo. Murray was nominated for an Oscar for said performance, but he ultimately lost to Sean Penn's turn in "Mystic River."

At one point, he also did the Garfield movies.

But herein lies the massive injustice. Bill Murray should have been nominated for an Academy Award for every other movie he's done. There. We said it. The following is a comprehensive list of Murray movies where the Academy unconscionably overlooked his performance, starting from the very beginning of his illustrious career.

 

'Meatballs' (1979)

Role: Tripper Harrison

Analysis: We're willing to forgive this one, as the »

- Nick Blake

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Robert De Niro to be honored at the Hollywood Film Awards by Josh Abraham

25 September 2012 8:34 AM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

HollywoodNews.com: The 16th Annual Hollywood Film Awards, presented by the Los Angeles Times, has announced that two-time Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro will be honored with the "Hollywood Supporting Actor Award" at the festival's Hollywood Film Awards Gala Ceremony for his fantastic performance in David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook." The announcement was made today by Carlos de Abreu, Founder and Executive Director of the Hollywood Film Awards. He said: "Robert De Niro is not only highly regarded for his body of work as an actor, producer, and director, but also for the passion, integrity, and dedication he brings to his performances on camera, as well as his intense off-camera preparation and study of the characters he brings to life. His performance in the upcoming film "Silver Linings Playbook" is outstanding." The 2012 Hollywood Film Awards has also announced that it will honor Academy Award-winning actress Marion Cotillard with the "Hollywood Actress Award, »

- Josh Abraham

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