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Lakeshore Records will release the Brooklyn – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally and on CD November 6, 2015. The album features the film’s original score by Michael Brook (The Fighter, Into The Wild).
“The director John Crowley slightly laid down a gauntlet by saying that he wanted to have a score that heightened emotion, but never lead things by telling the audience what to feel, and he was very keen to avoid anything that had the slightest whiff of cheese,” said Brook. “Finding this extremely delicate balance was a big part of the interaction that I had with John.”
Brooklyn tells the profoundly moving story of Eilis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan), a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950s Brooklyn. Lured by the promise of America, Eilis departs Ireland and the comfort of her mother’s home for the shores of New York City. The initial shackles of homesickness quickly »
- Michelle McCue
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Fake Trailer of the Day: Along with all the other ways fans and brands are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future combined with the actual date Doc, Marty and Jennifer travel to in 2015 in Back to the Future Part II, Universal created a fake teaser trailer for Jaws 19 (via Screen Crush): Celebrity Impressions of the Day: While appearing on The Graham Norton Show with, among others, Robert De Niro, Tom Hiddleston did his impressions of Christopher Walken, Al Pacino and, yes, De Niro -- the latter two in a one-man redo of scenes from Heat (via Variety): Movie Mashup of the Day: Check out the ultimate Disneyfied version of Star Wars: The Force...
- Christopher Campbell
Jon Voight, Gemma Chan ("Humans") and Carmen Ejogo ("Selma') have joined the cast of J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" spin-off fantasy feature "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" at Warner Bros. Pictures.
Set seven decades before the other 'Potter' stories, Eddie Redmayne stars as Newt Scamander, the wizarding world's preeminent magizoologist. Katherine Waterston, Ezra Miller, Colin Farrell, Dan Fogler and Samantha Morton also star.
Details of the three actor's roles has not yet been revealed. David Yates is helming from a script by Rowling, and filming is now underway in the U.K.
Source: Heat Vision »
- Garth Franklin
That Loki is impressive as hell. Tom Hiddleston was on "The Graham Norton Show" alongside Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway, and Kenneth Branagh -- what a great lineup! -- and the conversation turned to impressions.
Tom Hiddleston stole the show, and started his mimic-fest by doing an impression of Owen Wilson from "Midnight in Paris." Tom said he's been made to do impressions of his "Avengers" co-stars, and admitted a Christopher Walken impression is easy ... but pretty much irresistible, so he did that too. Then he braved a De Niro impression, on the same couch as De Niro.
Tom said he's memorized pages of the "Heat" script and re-enacted a scene, acknowledging that De Niro would be familiar with it, since he was there, shooting the 1995 scene with Al Pacino. It's kind of hilarious to see Tom explain the scene as if he is the expert, but he's self-deprecating about it and it's very charming, »
- Gina Carbone
As any fan is well aware, Tom Hiddleston is great at celebrity impressions. He's so good, in fact, that when prompted to do his Robert De Niro impersonation on The Graham Norton Show, Hiddleston did it . . . with Robert De Niro five feet away. Anne Hathaway and Kenneth Branagh were there too, but that doesn't really matter. He chose a scene from the classic 1995 thriller Heat, and not only does he do his best De Niro, he also impersonates Al Pacino! It's gold, and De Niro's reaction is, well, priceless. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Tom Hiddleston's best celebrity impressions reign continues.
Both performers were guests on the UK's "The Graham Norton Show" on Friday when host Graham asked Tom perform a few of his famed impressions.
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Perhaps you don't know this about Thor star Tom Hiddleston, but he's great at impersonating fellow celebrities. That should come as no shock after watching him fully transform into country legend Hank Williams in I Saw the Light. If he wasn't busy building a career as an Oscar-worthy actor, he might have a shot at being the next Rich Little. On the The Graham Norton Show he got to show off some of his skills. And he couldn't pass up the opportunity to break out one of his better routines, especially with the subject of his impersonation sitting on the couch beside him.
Tom Hiddleston and Robert De Niro appeared on the The Graham Norton Show couch together earlier this week. And in what could have been an awkward exchange, Tom Hiddleston broke out his own Bobby De Niro facial ticks and accents. And the whole thing is nothing short of amazing. »
- Jordan Ruimy
You talkin' to me?! Tom Hiddleston is known for his celebrity impressions and took on a bold challenge during his appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday: He did his best Robert De Niro...to De Niro's face. The Avengers and Thor hottie, who is promoting his latest film Crimson Peak, re-enacted the iconic restaurant scene from the 1995 crime film Heat, reciting both the actor and co-star Al Pacino's lines. "You know, we are sitting here, you and I, like a couple of regular fellas," he says, mimicking Pacino's raspy voice. "You do what you do, and I do what I gotta do. And now that we've been face to face, if I'm there and I »
Robert De Niro appears to approve of Tom Hiddleston‘s impersonation of him. The “Thor” star, who will next be seen on the big screen in Guillermo del Toro‘s “Crimson Peak,” performed a re-enactment of his favorite scene between De Niro and Al Pacino in Michael Mann‘s 1995 crime drama “Heat” — and played both actors’ parts — while appearing on “The Graham Norton Show.” “It’s an expression of admiration, just to be clear,” Hiddleston said before cracking up the audience with his impressions, which also included Owen Wilson and Christopher Walken. Also Read: Robert De Niro Storms Out of 'Negative' Interview: 'I'm. »
- Greg Gilman
Whew, what a charmer that Loki is. Tom Hiddleston joined Kenneth Branagh and The Intern co-stars Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro on The Graham Norton Show, which became an opportune moment for the host to ask Hiddleston to bring out his canon of impressions, which include Christopher Walken, Owen Wilson, and, of course, Robert De Niro. Not only does Hiddleston do De Niro, but he reenacts De Niro's coffee-shop scene across from Al Pacino in Michael Mann's Heat. This is definitely why the British are taking all our jobs.And if that weren't enough, he also whips out a Graham Norton impression on the spot. »
- E. Alex Jung
Everyone knows Tom Hiddleston does great impressions of people. In one of the coolest things I've seen lately on the Internet. Tom Hiddleston does the "Face 2 Face" scene from 'Heat' and plays both Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. That kind of gave me chills. Talk about having nerves of steel to act out a legendary scene in front of the man himself. Bravo! Here's the original scene from 'Heat' Tom Hiddleston later in the show does a super funny Graham Norton impression as well. So much good Internet today! »
- Matt Perez-Mora
Hispanics in the U.S. go to the movies a lot, but reaching them with anything other than Hollywood blockbusters is a challenge for America’s Latino filmmakers.
Pantelion, a joint venture of Lionsgate and Televisa, and the only major Latino distribution outfit that targets the U.S. market, saw the power of the Hispanic audience in 2013, when its Mexican import “Instructions Not Included,” a family dramedy from Eugenio Derbez, made $44 million domestically. And with a 2014 MPAA report citing Hispanics as 23% more likely to purchase movie tickets than are other ethnic groups, relative to their share of the population, Pantelion is looking to double down in the domestic market, even as distribution startups are hoping for a piece of the action.
While Pantelion has not yet had another success on the level of “Instructions” — the elusive U.S. Latino market is drawn to superhero fare, just like the wider audience »
- Anna Marie de la Fuente
I’m a massive fan of heist films. There’s just something so entertaining and gripping as sitting down and watching films like Heat, Reservoir Dogs, or in this case, Dog Day Afternoon. Easily one of my favorite subgenres of film, films like the ones mentioned above were all able to not only tell a very tightly wound tale, but offered their viewers characters that leaped off of the screen Every Single Time you revisited them. Sidney Lumet’s 1975 classic Dog Day Afternoon gave its viewers a wild ride of a film, and one that offered its audience something entirely different, from its ability to sympathize with its antagonists all the way to its true story of a man robbing a bank to pay for his lover’s sex change. It’s a completely unique and lasting film, and not only does Warner Bros.’ new 40th Anniversary Bluray give fans »
- Jerry Smith
Dear Danny,Generally (and melancholically) speaking, I’m in the process of wrapping up my Tiff experience. Literally speaking, however, I’m sitting before a flatscreen in the Bell Lightbox Theatre’s lobby, seeing Bring Me the Head of Tim Horton for the second time in a row. Brother Sicinski in his essential Wavelengths report has astutely written on this singular 30-minute whatsit by Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, and Galen Johnson, though I couldn’t resist adding my own appreciative two cents. You’ve heard the story: Paul Gross aims to promote Canadian patriotism with his Afghanistan War would-be blockbuster Hyena Road, a project dismantled by Maddin in a remarkable, psychedelic behind-the-scenes documentary/demolition job. Presenting himself as broke, livid and roasting under the sweltering Jordanian sun, Maddin posits his role as “a Trojan horse inside a Trojan horse,” his hallucinatory camera turning the arid landscapes and squid-equipped actors of »
- Fernando F. Croce
The first trailer has arrived online for the upcoming action thriller Bus 657, which you can view below…
Oscar winner Robert De Niro (Heat) leads the film as “a father without the means to pay for his daughter’s medical treatment. As a last resort, he partners with a greedy co-worker to rob a casino. When things go awry they’re forced to hijack a city bus.”
Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen), Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns), Gina Carano (Deadpool), and Dave Bautista (Spectre) lead the supporting cast alongside De Niro. As yet there’s no word on a release date.
- Scott J. Davis
One of the most groundbreaking crime dramas of its time, Heat celebrated its 20th anniversary at the Toronto International Film Festival with a screening of the film in a new 35mm print followed by a Q&A session with the director himself, Michael Mann.
This film was the first time ever legendary actors Al Pacino and Robert De Niro starred together on the big screen. They had previously starred in The Godfather Part II together, but did not appear alongside each other due to De Niro’s role as Vito Corleone in flashbacks. Heat changes that by casting De Niro as a cool as ice thief and Pacino the obsessed cop determined to take him down. During the course of the film, these two characters discover they are not so different from each other, »
- Ricky Church
Exclusive: "So you write a story about a movie I'm not doing, and you make the first time Al Pacino and Robert De Niro share the screen together an afterthought?” That’s my recollection of the first words that Michael Mann ever said to me, after I wrote a Weekly Variety column about how he and Leonardo DiCaprio were scrapping their James Dean movie, and oh yeah, Mann would instead direct this crime drama called Heat. Boy, was Mann right. Last night in Toronto, he and cast… »
With a pair of legendary leading men never before seen on screen together, a December release date in the thick of awards season and a modern crimescape narrative that became an instant classic, Michael Mann’s “Heat” probably should have been up for a slew of Oscars. Somehow, that didn’t happen.
Warner Bros. was coming off an impressive Oscar streak in 1995, with films like “The Accidental Tourist,” “Dangerous Liaisons,” “Driving Miss Daisy,” “Goodfellas,” “JFK,” “Unforgiven” and “The Fugitive” doing a lot to bolster the company’s archives. This particular year brought an interesting assortment of films to play with: Clint Eastwood’s “Bridges of Madison County,” Marc Rocco’s “Murder in the First” with a dynamite performance by Kevin Bacon, etc. Yet the film which netted the most nominations for the studio was summer tentpole “Batman Forever.”
But “Heat” should have been all over the place. Nominations for best »
- Kristopher Tapley
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