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Kenya Moore Is Married! Details from The Real Housewives of Atlanta Star's Romantic St. Lucia Getaway

15 June 2017 1:10 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Kenya Moore is a married woman!

The 46-year-old Real Housewives of Atlanta star twirled down the aisle last weekend, in an intimate beach getaway in St. Lucia surrounded by family and friends, People can exclusively confirm.

Her husband — a businessman she first met a year ago and began dating a few months later — is choosing to stay out of the spotlight for now, his identity being kept private from the press.

“I’m just ecstatic,” the star tells People. “This man is the love of my life and I’m so happy to begin our lives together as husband and wife. »

- Dave Quinn

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Trevor Noah Recalls the Day He Pooped in the House — and His Mom Thought a Demon Did It!

1 June 2017 11:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Trevor Noah‘s harrowing memoir touches on his experiences with abuse, poverty and segregation growing up in South Africa — but, of course, the comedian included some more light-hearted material in there, too.

The Daily Show host show recently sat down with People and Entertainment Weekly Editorial Director Jess Cagle for the latest episode of The Jess Cagle Interview, and he dished all about one of the most memorable anecdotes from the book, Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood — that time his mother believed a demon was in their home when in fact, Noah himself had just done something very bad. »

- Jess Cagle

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Cannes 2017: L’Amant Double Review

26 May 2017 5:20 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Jo-Ann Titmarsh

François Ozon has an eclectic and varied filmography as a director, veering from the gentle fun of Potiche to the more sinister In the House. L’Amant Double definitely falls into the latter category, but that doesn’t mean there is no fun to be had.

The film opens with an eye-popping scene that we rarely see on the big screen (unless you go to a lot of obs and gynae conferences). And as this film is concerned with a woman’s sexuality, initially under wraps and then unleashed, I suppose it’s fair to take a literal peak at her hidden sex. The woman in question is Chloé (Marine Vacth, who also starred in Ozon’s Young & Beautiful). She’s got stomach cramps and can’t find any physical reason for it. Her gynaecologist suggests therapy and off Chloé goes to the office of Paul Meyer »

- Jo-Ann Titmarsh

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11 great TV series for young children on Netflix

18 May 2017 8:45 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Sam Glover May 25, 2017

Stuck for an alternative to the usual viewing for young kids? Then these streaming recommendations may be of use...

The wonderful world wide web (including this very site) has looked in detail at Netflix; the hits, the misses, the hidden gems, the ones to miss and so on. This said, Netflix Originals has another area where it operates. And this is where my three-year-old son comes in.

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Thanks to Nick Jnr and Channel 5’s Milkshake, we’re generally okay in our house should children’s television (Aka award-winning parenting) be required. Netflix takes it to another level. There are the well-known shows (Peppa Pig, Paw Patrol etc.), the slightly lesser-known programmes (Pocoyo being my personal favourite) and then there are Netflix’s own productions. »

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Cohen Media Group Lands U.S. Rights to Francois Ozon’s ‘L’Amant Double’ (Exclusive)

17 May 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Cohen Media Group has acquired all North American rights to Francois Ozon’s provocative erotic mystery “L’Amant Double,” one of the most buzzed-about films competing in Cannes.

“L’Amant Double” re-teams the versatile and prolific Ozon with Marine Vatch, the breakthrough star of “Young & Beautiful,” which competed at Cannes in 2013. Vatch stars in “L’Amant Double” opposite Jérémie Renier (“Summer Hours,” “La Promesse”) and Jacqueline Bisset (“Day for Night”).

Vatch stars as Chloé, a fragile young woman who falls in love with her psychoanalyst, Paul (Renier). She eventually moves in with Paul but soon discovers he is concealing a part of his identity.

The North America deal was negotiated by John Kochman, executive VP of Cohen Media Group, and Nicolas Brigaud-Robert, co-producer of the film and partner at Films Distribution, which is handling international rights for the picture.

“Ozon belongs to a rare breed of French auteurs who are »

- Elsa Keslassy

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On my radar: François Ozon’s cultural highlights

14 May 2017 2:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The French film director on being haunted by Under the Skin, the music of La Femme, and the place where he had his first kiss

Born in 1967 in Paris, film-maker and screenwriter François Ozon studied at the film school La Fémis, and has cited directors such as Alfred Hitchcock and Jean Renoir as early influences. After the release of his debut feature Sitcom in France in 1998, he achieved international success with murder mystery 8 Women (2002) and Swimming Pool (2003), an erotic thriller starring Charlotte Rampling and Ludivine Sagnier. Since then, he has released a number of films including Potiche, In the House, Jeune & Jolie, and The New Girlfriend. His film Frantz, a drama set in a small German town after the first world war, is in cinemas now and L’amant double is in competition for the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes festival.

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- François Ozon

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On my radar: François Ozon’s cultural highlights

14 May 2017 2:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The French film director on being haunted by Under the Skin, the music of La Femme, and the place where he had his first kiss

Born in 1967 in Paris, film-maker and screenwriter François Ozon studied at the film school La Fémis, and has cited directors such as Alfred Hitchcock and Jean Renoir as early influences. After the release of his debut feature Sitcom in France in 1998, he achieved international success with murder mystery 8 Women (2002) and Swimming Pool (2003), an erotic thriller starring Charlotte Rampling and Ludivine Sagnier. Since then, he has released a number of films including Potiche, In the House, Jeune & Jolie, and The New Girlfriend. His film Frantz, a drama set in a small German town after the first world war, is in cinemas now and L’amant double is in competition for the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes festival.

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- François Ozon

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Frantz Review

8 May 2017 11:15 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Stefan Pape

 

There are few filmmakers working today quite as consistent as French auteur Francois Ozon and his latest, Frantz, is emblematic of this notion. Remaining faithful to his own sensibilities as a storyteller, each passing endeavour remains unique of its own accord, and where previous offerings such as In the House and The New Girlfriend thrived in their light and witty tendencies, Frantz represents a far more solemn, dramatic affair, highlighting the director’s noteworthy range.

Set during the aftermath of the First World War, we meet German widow Anna (Paula Beer), grieving the loss of her fiancé Frantz, living in the residency of his parents Hans (Ernst Stotzner) and Magda Hoffmeister (Marie Gruber). One morning when laying flowers on his deceased partner’s grave, she notices an elusive stranger doing the same, the Frenchman Adrien Rivoire (Pierre Niney). Intrigued as to what his connection could’ve been with Frantz, »

- Stefan Pape

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Francois Ozon’s Career in Five Films

8 May 2017 4:45 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Sara Hemrajani looks at Francois Ozon’s career in five films…

Francois Ozon is one of contemporary French cinema’s most celebrated auteurs. He’s a prolific filmmaker who releases a film nearly every year – however, the quantity doesn’t diminish the quality.

Ozon’s features are recognised for their impressive aesthetics, creative storytelling, excellent casting choices and interesting psychological observations.

His latest movie, Frantz, is a black and white Franco-German tale on loss and self-discovery in the wake of WW2. It’s decidedly more sombre and meditative than the rest of the 49-year-old’s oeuvre.

Ozon will also be returning to the Cannes Film Festival this month with The Double Lover (L’Amant Double), which is in competition for the Palme d’Or.

To mark Ozon’s status as an internationally renowned director, Flickering Myth takes a look at the five key films that have made his career.

8 Women (8 Femmes)

As the title suggests, »

- Sara Hemrajani

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Doctor Who series 10: Knock Knock review

6 May 2017 9:01 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew May 6, 2017

Lots of spoilers, as we dissect the latest episode of Doctor Who series 10, Knock Knock...

This review contains spoilers. Our spoiler-free review is here.

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10.4 Knock Knock

“Do you like Little Mix?”

There’s a bit towards the end of the Sylvester McCoy Doctor Who story, The Curse Of Fenric, that always moves me. I don’t want to spoil the exact nature of it, not least because it’s a moment that hits you all the harder if you don’t see it coming. Just that it involves Ace, played by Sophie Aldred, and it really adds something special and incredibly human to the story.

I bring it up because I love the last third of Knock Knock, »

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New Trailer for François Ozon’s Cannes-Bound Psychosexual Thriller ‘L’amant double’

28 April 2017 6:15 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

After his black-and-white period romance-drama Frantz recently got a release here in the United States, the prolific François Ozon (Swimming Pool, In the House) is returning once again to Cannes Film Festival, this time in competition, with his new thriller L’amant double.

Re-teaming with his Young & Beautiful star Marine Vacth, the film follows her as Chloe, a fragile young woman, who falls in love with her psychotherapist, Paul. A few months later, they settle down together, but she discovers that her lover, played by Jérémie Rénier, has hidden some of her identity.

A new trailer has now arrived and although it’s without English subtitles, one can glean the provocative intensity on display. Check out the trailer and poster below for the film also starring Jacqueline Bisset.

L’amant double premieres in competition at Cannes Film Festivals and opens in France on May 26.

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- Jordan Raup

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‘Heal the Living’ Trailer: Tahar Rahim-Starring César-Nominated Drama Details Fallout of Tremendous Tragedy — Watch

6 April 2017 10:33 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

After screening at the Venice Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, and Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, Kattell Quillévéré’s lauded “Heal the Living” is headed for its theatrical release.

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Based on the novel “Heart,” “Heal the Living” takes place in the aftermath of a tragic car accident leaving a young man, Simon (Gabin Verdet), braindead and forcing his family to decide his fate. Intertwining with a other narrative plots, the decisions one family makes regarding the donation of their son’s organs changes the lives of both the ones he leaves behind and the ones with the possibility of a greater future.

The film has an incredible cast, starring Tahar Rahim (“A Prophet,” “The Past”), Emmanuelle Seigner (“Venus in Fur,” “In The House,” “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”), Anne Dorval (“Mommy,” “I Killed My Mother”), Kool Shen, »

- Kerry Levielle

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Movie Review: They should have taken the You’ve Got Mail route with this Lubitsch remake, Frantz

13 March 2017 10:00 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

When Nora Ephron decided to remake Ernst Lubitsch’s 1940 classic The Shop Around The Corner, she chose to update the story as well, setting it in what was then the present day. That seems a bit funny now, as few Hollywood movies from the late ’90s feel more dated than You’ve Got Mail. (Today’s version would likely be titled U up?.) Still, the impulse was sound. A movie inevitably reflects the time at which it was conceived, and a brand-new yet doggedly faithful take on the same material won’t always put viewers in the right headspace to appreciate how it might have played to the audience for which it was intended.

Frantz, the latest feature from prolific French director François Ozon (8 Women, In The House, Young & Beautiful), suffers from precisely that problem. The closing credits note that it’s “freely inspired” by Broken Lullaby ...

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- Mike D'Angelo

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Beyonce Blesses Rodney Peete ... You May Dine at My Table! (Video + Photo)

8 March 2017 9:57 AM, PST | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

[[tmz:video id="0_5p8emjni"]] Rodney Peete got the Best Seat In The House at dinner Tuesday night ... sitting right next to Beyonce!!! The ex-nfl Qb and his wife, Holly Robinson Peete, were all at dinner at The District By Hannah An in L.A. to celebrate Beyonce's stepfather, Richard Lawson, who turned 70! And while everyone was celebrating Richard ... Rodney got the Real honor -- quality time with Queen Bey.  By the way, he also stood next to B in »

- TMZ Staff

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‘Don’t Go In The House’ Blu-ray Review

3 February 2017 2:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Dan Grimaldi, Charles Bonet, Bill Ricci, Ruth Dardick | Written by Joseph Ellison, Ellen Hammill, Joe Masefield | Directed by Joseph Ellison

One of the many films that was tangled up in the video nasty debacle of the early 80s, Don’t Go In The House tells the story of Donny, a somewhat disturbed man who lives under the thumb of his overbearing and sadistic (in the sense that she likes to burn his arms on the stove) mother. That is until his mother passes away and Donny’s already disturbed psyche finally cracks. Living only with the voices in his head, Donny seeks out female companionship, only his idea of bringing a girl home to meet mother entails tying them up in his steel-walled burning chamber!

Don’t Go In the House is a film clearly inspired by Psycho, yet it shares very familiar traits with William Lustig’s Maniac »

- Phil Wheat

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Oregon Boy, 12, Was Allegedly Strangled by Mom — but Motive Remains Unknown

17 January 2017 3:00 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The 12-year-old Oregon boy who was allegedly murdered by his mother was strangled to death, People confirms.

Caden Berry was found dead Saturday afternoon in the Keizer, Oregon, apartment he shared with his mother, police tell People. A neighbor found Caden’s body.

Shortly after the discovery, Amy Robertson, 38, was charged with aggravated murder in the death of her son, according to a Keizer police statement.

On Monday, police announced Caden died from asphyxia due to strangulation. It is unclear how or when Robertson allegedly strangled her son. Police believe he died sometime between Friday afternoon, when he was last seen alive, »

- harrietsokmensuer

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