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Woman In Gold begins shoot

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Katie Holmes, Max Irons and Charles Dance among the new additions to the true story starring Helen Mirren, Ryan Reynolds and Daniel Brühl.

Principal photography has begun on Woman in Gold and will run for eight weeks on location in the UK, Austria and the Us.

The true story of a Jewish refugee who took on a government to recover art treasures that belonged to her family - produced by Origin Pictures, BBC Films and The Weinstein Company - will be directed by Simon Curtis (My Week With Marilyn).

The all-star cast includes Oscar-winner Helen Mirren (The Queen), Ryan Reynolds (Captives) and Daniel Brühl (Rush).

New additions to the cast include Katie Holmes (The Giver), Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), Max Irons (The Riot Club), Antje Traue (Man of Steel), Charles Dance (Game of Thrones), Elizabeth McGovern (Downton Abbey), Moritz Bleibtreu (Run Lola Run), and Jonathan Pryce (Pirates of the Caribbean franchise).

Making his screenwriting debut is playwright
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Atom Egoyan to direct Remember

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The filmmaker, set to premiere Captives in competition in Cannes, will direct Christopher Plummer in the thriller for Serendipity Point Films. Im Global will handle international sales.

Ari Lantos and Serendipity chief Robert Lantos will produce in what marks the latter’s eighth collaboration with Egoyan.

eOne will distribute Remember in Canada, Arp in France and Videovision Entertainment in South Africa.

The Serendipity Point Films thriller in association with Distant Horizon, Detalle, Telefilm Canada and Egoli Tossell will kick off in Toronto on July 14.

Benjamin August wrote the original screenplay in which, according to notes provided by the film’s representatives, “the darkest chapter of modern history collides with a contemporary mission of revenge.”

Martin Landau, Dean Norris, Bruno Ganz, Heinz Lieven and Günter Lamprecht round out the key cast.

Mark Musselman and Anant Singh serve as executive producers with Moises Cosio, Jeff Sagansky, Mike Porter, Larry Guterman and D Matt Geller.

Egoyan and Lantos
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Recap – Persons Unknown 1.08 "Saved"

If you missed last week's episode of Persons Unknown, read the recap here.

"Saved" opens with the town trashed and the winds a-blowin'.  The images are blurry, as Joe walks out into the square.  He sees Tom, and, as Tom is dead, Joe asks his old friend if he is dreaming, or worse, if they are both dead.  Tom assures Joe that he is not dead; rather, Joe "has been saved."  Joe's reaction is perfectly summed up by his reaction: a loud, long, bellowing "Noooooooooo!!!!!"  Joe wakes up strapped to a surgery table with a shaved head, and a melange of wires, tubes and sensors attached to his body.  A disembodied female voice says over a speaker that things have gotten off track with Joe.  They need to "fix" him, and unfortunately, it's going to hurt.  In the hotel, Janet tears apart Joe's room, searching for any clue that will lead to his whereabouts.
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