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Indie Spotlight: ‘Jules and Monty’ Mixes ‘Lizzie Bennet’ With ‘Romeo And Juliet’

28 March 2014 2:38 PM, PDT | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

For the third time in five weeks, the series featured in our Indie Spotlight adapts a classic work of fiction. This time, the target is Romeo and Juliet, and the modern twists are a vlog format and a fratty college setting. That's the one-line description of Jules and Monty, which has now completed seven episodes. The words "vlog retelling of..." will instantly make any seasoned online video fan think of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Bernie Su's award-winning adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. In the comment section of the first episode, the Jules and Monty creative team admitted the influence of Lizzie Bennet. Jules and Monty has a few things going for it, though, that make it more than just a Lizzie Bennet clone. For starters, it eschews Lizzie Bennet's Vlogbrothers-inspired editing in favor of a less jumpy, 'shakier' style. It is also mixed in the original text more liberally. »

- Sam Gutelle

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Disney shows new footage from Pixar's 'Inside Out' and 'Cinderella'

26 March 2014 10:38 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Las Vegas - Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn presented the upcoming slate of new movies for Walt Disney Pictures, Marvel Studios, Pixar, DreamWorks Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios to the nation's theater owners on Wednesday morning and what was purposely not discussed was just as interesting as what was previewed. Brad Bird's "Tomorrowland"? The title was never spoken out loud. It just appeared on the studio's release schedule. Rob Marshall's star-filled adaptation of the acclaimed Broadway musical "Into the Woods"?  Some character posters of each of the main stars in action and it was deemed "The Avengers of Fairy Tales" (cue composer Steven Sondheim gagging at the comparison), but that's it. "Big Hero 6"? One new image of concept art and confirmation it takes place in "San Franshisko" (a combination of S.F. and Tokyo) and centers on boy, his robot and their crime fighting friends. Oh, »

- Gregory Ellwood

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Photography Starts On Our Kind Of Traitor; Stars Ewan McGregor, Stellan Skarsgard, Damian Lewis, Naomie Harris And Jeremy Northam

25 March 2014 6:20 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Studiocanal, Film4 and The Ink Factory, in association with Potboiler Productions, have announced the start of shooting in London of Our Kind Of Traitor.

Susanna White directs this adaptation of John le Carré’s novel from a script by Hossein Amini, with a cast headed by Ewan McGregor, Stellan Skarsgard, Damian Lewis, Naomie Harris, and Jeremy Northam.

An English couple, Perry (McGregor) and Gail (Harris), are taking a holiday in Marrakech. By chance they bump into a Russian millionaire called Dima (Skarsgard) who owns a villa and a diamond-encrusted gold watch. He also has a tattoo on his right thumb, and wants a game of tennis.

What else he wants propels the couple on a tortuous journey through Paris to a safe house in the Swiss Alps, to the murkiest cloisters of the City of London and its unholy alliance with Britain’s Intelligence Establishment.

Our Kind Of Traitor is »

- Michelle McCue

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10 Things About... Keeley Hawes

14 March 2014 1:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Keeley Hawes has been a familiar face on British TV for many years now, with roles in Spooks, Ashes to Ashes, Identity and Upstairs, Downstairs to name but a few.

She is currently on our screens playing Detective Inspector Lindsay Denton in BBC Two's Line of Duty and will join Peter Capaldi in Doctor Who.

In honour of her contribution to drama and film, Digital Spy presents ten things about... Keeley Hawes.

1. Hawes's dad and two older brothers are all London taxi drivers and she is the only one in her family to have pursued acting. The family are very supportive of her work though, and her dad often spreads news of all her latest roles to everyone he picks up to help with the ratings!

2. During filming for Line of Duty Hawes had to have her head flushed down the loo and undergo some other very unglamorous task for the role. »

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Video Game Review: The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 2

6 March 2014 10:29 AM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead might not just be one of the most popular game series right now, it might be one of the most important video games of the 2010s. Yes, graphic adventure games focusing on story have pretty much been around since the 80s. And Telltale Games certainly is no stranger to point-and-click story-driven games, or even good franchise point-and-clicks (such as Telltale Games’ Back To The Future).

But there’s something different about The Walking Dead. Perhaps it’s the fact that it doesn’t rely on gimmicks. No mowing down zombies just for the sake of it. No utterly confusing and long puzzles that derail the story. Just a powerfully driven tale that relies on well written characters, clockwork twists and turns, and the difficult decisions you’re forced make (even if the choices don’t amount to much). In short, it shows that video games »

- Andrew Hudson

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Video Game Review: The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 2

6 March 2014 10:29 AM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead might not just be one of the most popular game series right now, it might be one of the most important video games of the 2010s. Yes, graphic adventure games focusing on story have pretty much been around since the 80s. And Telltale Games certainly is no stranger to point-and-click story-driven games, or even good franchise point-and-clicks (such as Telltale Games’ Back To The Future).

But there’s something different about The Walking Dead. Perhaps it’s the fact that it doesn’t rely on gimmicks. No mowing down zombies just for the sake of it. No utterly confusing and long puzzles that derail the story. Just a powerfully driven tale that relies on well written characters, clockwork twists and turns, and the difficult decisions you’re forced make (even if the choices don’t amount to much). In short, it shows that video games »

- Andrew Hudson

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The HeyUGuys Instant Watching Guide – March 3rd 2014

3 March 2014 4:00 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

This week it finally happened, Lovefilm is no more, it has now been completely consumed by its Amazon overlords and is now known as Amazon Prime and something that operates totally through your Amazon account should you have one.

At first this was a baffling experience, there was rumours of a lot more new content being added and when you logged into the Ios app for Lovefilm/Amazon post switchover, suddenly you were faced with A Lot of new content, things like Aliens, Congo, Cujo, Invaders from Mars and lots of HBO shows including Eastbound and Down, Enlightened and the Sopranos as well as Community in the ‘Recently Added’ section.

Of course this was too good to be true and you could add these to your watchlist but then not actually watch them. So when things calmed down and you logged back in, these titles it turned out were part »

- Chris Holt

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20 of the best Oscars dresses ever, from Audrey Hepburn to Angelina Jolie

27 February 2014 9:22 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The 86th annual Academy Awards take place this weekend (March 2), with Ellen DeGeneres hosting the star-studded ceremony at the Kodak Theatre.

Jennifer Lawrence, Lupita Nyong'o and Leonardo DiCaprio are a few of the nominated stars to be in attendance on Sunday.

So as we anticipate all the glitz and glamorous gowns to grace the red carpet, we take a look at 20 of the best Oscar dresses over the decades below:

Angelina Jolie smouldered in a plunging ivory halter-neck gown complete with train by Marc Bouwer in 2004. And the actress looked demure in black Elie Saab gown teamed with a pair of emerald green statement earrings at the Oscars in 2009.

Marion Cotillard looked stunning in a silver-scallop-detail, ivory Jean Paul Gaultier gown as she accepted the Best Actress Oscar for her role in La Vie en Rose in 2008. And Jessica Chastain shimmers in a silver embroidered strapless Armani Privé gown in »

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Essential Listening: Dario Marianelli and Joe Wright

26 February 2014 9:44 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Marianelli & Wright

Dario Marianelli, an Italian composer, has been slowly making his way into the popular film score scene since the early 1990s. His style tends to combine traditional classical and programmatic music sensibilities found in composers like Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky, and Chopin. Although there have only been trailers up until this point, his upcoming work for The Boxtrolls seems particularly innovative and different for his usual work.

Marianelli’s most notable score work has been in his frequent collaborations with director Joe Wright. The two have worked together on four films–Pride and Prejudice, Atonement, The Soloist, and Anna Karenina–and the bulk of Marianelli’s critical acclaim and notoriety has come from these particular projects (though he is certainly deserving elsewhere). For this month’s column, I’ll look at the essential themes from each Wright/Marianelli’s period pieces (given that The Soloist borrows heavily from other classical »

- Fran Hoepfner

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Monday TV: The Post-Olympics Rush Begins

24 February 2014 7:13 AM, PST | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

After the Games, the deluge. Now that Sochi's Closing Ceremony is but a glittery, shimmering memory, time for TV to get back to normal — which means everything new is finally new again. And for NBC, it signifies another big week, as it tries to keep the momentum going, using a new season of The Voice (8/7c) and its irresistible Blind Auditions to fuel ratings on Mondays and Tuesdays, with a visceral assist from The Blacklist (10/9c). Red's latest target: a woman from his shadowy past played by Jennifer Ehle, who'll always be my favorite Elizabeth Bennet (from the 1995 Pride and Prejudice).

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- Matt Roush

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Looking for lost boys: Hollywood bosses launch search for a Peter Pan

10 February 2014 4:05 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Warner Bros puts out call across UK for boys to star in new movie about Jm Barrie character's origins

As long as he is a boy aged between 11 and 13, not more than 5ft 4in and someone can get him to Wembley Arena in London in a fortnight, then the gate is open for a star to be born, producers of a new Hollywood version of Peter Pan announced on Monday.

Warner Bros put out a nationwide casting call to find the star for its forthcoming film based on Jm Barrie's classic character.

The live-action adventure is to be directed by Briton Joe Wright, who has brought classics to the screen including Pride and Prejudice and Anna Karenina.

Warner Bros said boys of all ethnicities accompanied by a parent or guardian over 18 should turn up at 9am on 23 February. There will be no overnight camping allowed, the queue will shut at »

- Mark Brown

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Austen comedy lands at Efm

8 February 2014 12:30 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Summer shoot for Whit Stillman adaptation to star Sienna Miller and Chloe Sevigny; director hails “author’s most sparkling comedy”.

Sienna Miller has landed the lead in Whit Stillman’s upcoming Jane Austen adaptation, which UK sales outfit Protagonist has added to its Efm slate.

Chloe Sevigny, best known for roles in Zodiac and Boys Don’t Cry, has also been cast as a close friend of Miller’s character in the period comedy, titled Jane Austen’s Love & Friendship.

Stillman is gearing up for a summer shoot in Ireland on his adaptation of the story by Emma and Pride and Prejudice writer Austen.

Miller, nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in Hitchcock TV biopic The Girl, will play the lead in the comedy, which is produced by Katie Holly of Dublin-based Blinder Films (Citadel) and Stillman’s outfit Westerly Films. It is backed by the Irish Film Board.

In classic »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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The David O. Russell-Scripted 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' Ambles Forward

4 February 2014 11:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

It's been delayed so many times that it's starting to resemble its titular subjects, but it seems that at long last, the big screen adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" is finally getting off the ground.

Dread Central reports that production should begin soon on the flick, which follows the plot of Jane Austen classic "Pride and Prejudice," except, as rewritten by novelist Seth Grahame-Smith, it has also been infused with a zombie plague. Burr Steers ("17 Again") will direct, while Lily Collins ("The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones") will star.

The script was penned by David O. Russell, who initially was attached to direct the project before bowing out several years ago due to scheduling conflicts. Natalie Portman was also originally supposed to star, but also had to depart.

It's unclear if "Zombies" is the horror script to which Russell was referring when he mentioned late last year that »

- Katie Roberts

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‘Lizzie Bennet Diaries’ Book To Be Released On July 1st, 2014

30 January 2014 3:12 PM, PST | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

It has been almost a year since The Lizzie Bennet Diaries released its final installment, but interest in the vlog-style retelling of Pride and Prejudice is still high. In order to appease the series' vociferous fans, Lbd creator Bernie Su has teamed up with writer Kate Rorick and publisher Touchstone for The Secret Diary Of Lizzie Bennet, a companion novel to the Emmy-winning web series. The Secret Diary will be released on July 1st, 2014, and will feature a journal-style format similar to that of the web series it accompanies. Su and Rorick (who served as a consulting producer on Lbd) will use the book as a canvas for revealing more information about Lizzie Bennet and her family. "The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet provides more character introspection as only a book can," explains the book's publisher, "with revelatory details about the Bennet household, including Lizzie’s special relationship with her father, »

- Sam Gutelle

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The Definitive Romantic Comedies: 30-21

26 January 2014 9:05 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

We’ve reached the near mid-point of this Definitive List; 20 down, 30 to go. As we move forward, the story of “boy meets girl” becomes more complicated, as plenty of stumbling blocks stand in the way: lack of experience, insecurity, unsupportive parents, and, as in most cases, ego. So, when we watch all these films, what do we learn? Hundreds of romantic comedies end happily, but none end in the same way. Perhaps there’s a method to the madness, but the more we tread through these highlights, the more it’s clear that to make an impact, you have to change the game or perfect the existing one.

#30. Bull Durham (1988)

Baseball movies had worn out their welcome a bit in the mid-80s and audiences weren’t clamoring for a romantic comedy based around the national pastime. Enter writer/director Ron Shelton, who decided to write a film based on »

- Joshua Gaul

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'Pride and Prejudice' director bans Keira Knightley from pouting her lips

25 January 2014 5:00 PM, PST | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

It's always embarrassing when someone calls out one of your less-than-desirable habits. It's even more embarrassing when they call you out publicly.

But that's exactly what happened to Keira Knightley

The actress revealed on the "Graham Norton Show" on Friday (Jan. 24) that back in 2005, her "Pride and Prejudice" director Joe Wright actually banned her from doing one of her habits: pouting her lips onscreen.

"I've got it out of my system," Knightley says. "I didn't know I did it so much, and Joe banned it from the film."

But that doesn't mean that Wright hates her pout. On the contrary, he actually requested it later when they were working together on her Chanel perfume ads. "Then, when we did the Chanel adverts he said, 'You know that pout we banned? Can we have it back and as much as possible,'" Knightley says.

If it worked with Knightley, can we »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Keira Knightley Banned From Pouting Lips In Pride and Prejudice By Director

24 January 2014 9:25 AM, PST | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

Now there's something to pout about! Keira Knightley -- who's been known to glamorously pout her lips on the red carpet and in ad campaigns for Chanel -- has revealed that once upon a time she actually was forbidden to employ her go-to expression on camera. The 28-year-old actress admitted that back in 2005, her Pride and Prejudice director Joe Wright didn't allow her to purse her lips on screen. "I've got it out of my system. I didn't know I did it so much, and [...] »

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Carey Mulligan wants Downton Abbey role: 'Julian Fellowes hasn't asked'

24 January 2014 5:24 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Carey Mulligan has revealed that she would like to appear in Downton Abbey.

The Oscar-nominated actress credits creator Julian Fellowes with guiding her early career, and said that she would appear if asked.

"Julian hasn't asked! But if he did, I'd say yes! I love Julian and Downton is great," she told Radio Times.

The 28-year-old praised Fellowes for taking her under his wing as a young actress, eventually leading to her first major role as Keira Knightley's younger sister in 2005's Pride and Prejudice.

She said: "If I hadn't met Julian, I never would have got an audition for Pride and Prejudice, which was my first job and got me my agent.

"Meeting him was the luckiest moment for me. And it wasn't just the luck of meeting him but his generosity because he really wanted to help me, which was so kind considering all of the people »

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Keira Knightley Talks Pride and Prejudice: Director Thought I Was "Too Pretty" for Role

23 January 2014 10:36 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

There's no denying the fact that Keira Knightley is beautiful. So much so, in fact, that her Pride and Prejudice director was hesitant about casting her in the period drama. "Joe Wright didn't want me for Pride and Prejudice because he thought I was too pretty," she shared while making a guest appearance on The Graham Norton Show. "Then he met me and said, 'Oh no, you're fine!'" The Jack Ryan actress also shared that her pout has come under fire over her extensive movie career. She revealed that Wright wanted her to tone down her pout for an earlier film that the two worked on together. "I've got it out of my system," she shared. »

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Everyone Knows You Can't Do "Pride & Prejudice" in Under 5 Hours

16 January 2014 5:16 PM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

Some women would try to deny it, but truth be told Pride and Prejudice, starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle, is the stereotypical woman’s holy grail of films. The flowery speech, the witty conservation and the dreamy Colin Firth constitute the 5 hour and 23 minute filmed version of Jane Austen’s romantic classic. Men, if you couldn’t figure out how Colin Firth was so popular after starring in mediocre [read: crappy] chick flicks like Bridget Jones’s Diary then you missed the boat. Firth has ridden the brooding manliness he established with Pride & Prejudice ever since. It’s not your fault if you never understood the allure of Mr. Firth if you’ve never seen Pride & Prejudice. Well, actually the average woman would say it’s your fault for not having seen the greatest story ever told on film – but they’re somewhat biased on that account. For those of us »

- Lex Walker

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