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Natalie Portman Says Mike Nichols Saved Her Career After 'Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace'

18 December 2014 8:23 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Let's say you're an actress who has just landed one of the key roles in a new "Star Wars" trilogy. Before that, you had turned some heads as a kid in "Leon: The Professional," and had small appearances in films by directors like Michael Mann ("Heat") and Woody Allen ("Everyone Says I Love You"). But "Star Wars" was your key to the big time, and the future looked bright. But that's not quite how it turned out for Natalie Portman. And she reveals that the late, great Mike Nichols was the one who saved her career from a possibly skidding off the rails before the entire trilogy had hit theaters (Portman later starred in his 2004 effort "Closer").  " 'Star Wars' had come out around the time of [her performance in 'The Seagull' in Central Park], and everyone thought I was a horrible actress. I was in the biggest-grossing movie of the decade, and no director wanted to work with me, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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A Look Back at Edward Norton’s Career

5 November 2014 11:03 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor 

Edward Norton hasn’t been nominated for an Oscar in fifteen years — since 1999’s lead actor nomination for American History X — but his supporting role in Alejandro G. Inarritu’s Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) may result in a third Oscar nomination for the actor.

The film stars Michael Keaton as a washed-up actor trying to reclaim his glory by writing, directing and starring in a Broadway show. Norton costars as Mike, an arrogant actor who has been cast in the play. The New York Times’ Manohla Dargis said Norton was “pitch-perfect, perfectly cast.” The Hollywood Reporter’s Todd McCarthy described Norton as “crackerjack as the bad boy actor whose gigantic ego does constant battle with equally large insecurities.”

Norton told NPR, “I think it was one of the most creatively satisfying experiences I’ve had — and I think it’s an incredibly audacious and very rare movie. »

- Anjelica Oswald

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The 50 Funniest Women of the Past 50 Years: #30-21

15 October 2014 2:14 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Make people laugh and they won't even realize you're making them think. Over the past 50 years, women have broken through the glass ceiling time after time, shattering stereotypes and thumbing their noses at the old chestnut that "Women aren't funny." Fact: Anybody who says women aren't funny doesn't want them to be funny. We're looking back on the 50 funniest women of the past 50 years, their contributions to comedy, and their enduring legacies that inspire men and women alike. These are the 50 women who have helped (and are helping) to introduce the next class of hilarious women, which will inevitably include Amy Schumer, Lena Dunham, Mindy Kaling, Tig Notaro, Chelsea Handler, Maria Bamford, Aubrey Plaza, and Kate McKinnon. Keep in mind this list only includes women who are primarily performers in movies, television, and standup comedy. That's why you don't see legends like Nora Ephron, Anne Beatts, and Elaine May here. »

- Louis Virtel, Chris Eggertsen, Donna Dickens

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Movie Review – Magic in the Moonlight (2014)

21 September 2014 3:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Magic in the Moonlight, 2014.

Written and Directed by Woody Allen.

Starring Emma Stone, Colin Firth, Hamish Linklater, Marcia Gay Harden, Jacki Weaver, Erica Leerhsen, Eileen Atkins, and Simon McBurney.


A romantic comedy about an Englishman brought in to help unmask a possible swindle. Personal and professional complications ensue.

Woody Allen has released a film every consecutive year since 1982 and has seldom missed a year since his first feature What’s Up, Tiger Lily? in 1966. His film releases are as much part of the ‘must see’ list of any given years as any directors, but the results can be mixed. For every Midnight in Paris you get a From Rome With Love and with the likes of Everyone Says I Love You comes The Curse of the Jade Scorpion. His latest offering Magic in the Moonlight is by no means Allen at his best, but I’ll take average woody »

- Gary Collinson

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Woody Allen’s Many On-Screen May-December Romances

28 July 2014 6:27 AM, PDT | VH1.com | See recent VH1.com news »

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By Christopher Rosa

If you watched Woody Allen‘s latest film, Magic in the Moonlight over the weekend, you may have noticed something interesting about its romantic leads: Emma Stone and Colin Firth have a 28-year age difference between them. This example of a May-December romance is drastic but — surprise, surprise — not uncommon in Allen’s films.

The director must have a fascination with the older man, younger woman affair because this sort of pairing runs rampant in his filmography. From his critically acclaimed musical-comedy Everyone Says I Love You (1996) to kooky crime fare like Small Time Crooks(2000), several of his pictures feature at least one cradle-robbing encounter, no matter how brief. We’ve assembled 10 particularly salacious pairings with the approximate age each actor or actress was at the time of filming. Some have 20, 30 or even 40-year age gaps. In other words, some of these actors could »

- VH1

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See Emma Stone and Colin Firth's debate in Magic in the Moonlight clip

27 July 2014 5:53 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

A clip from director Woody Allen's latest comedy Magic in the Moonlight has been unveiled.

Colin Firth stars in Magic in the Moonlight as Stanley, a stage magician hired to investigate a spiritualist (Emma Stone) for possibly swindling a wealthy family.

This new clip centres on Stanley and the spiritual medium debating who has more to lose if either is proved incorrect in their quest.

Allen returned to France for Magic in the Moonlight, having previously filmed Everyone Says I Love You and the Oscar-winning Midnight in Paris in the European country.

His ensemble cast for Magic in the Moonlight includes Marcia Gay Harden, Jacki Weaver and Hamish Linklater.

Allen's latest film is now playing on limited release in the Us and opens on September 19 in the UK. Watch a trailer below: »

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Win The Woody Allen Collection boxset

30 June 2014 12:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

To celebrate the DVD release of The Woody Allen Collection on 7th July, we’re giving away 1 box set a lucky winner.

Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment is pleased to announce the UK release of The Woody Allen Library boxset – a collection of classic Woody Allen films that are also releasing individually on DVD on 7th July 2014; the films will be available digitally from 23rd June 2014.

The Box set includes: Bullets Over Broadway, Deconstructing Harry, Mighty Aphrodite, Celebrity, Everyone Says I love You, Small Time Crooks, Sweet And Lowdown and Wild Man Blues. From directing, to writing, to acting, these eight titles are arguably some of Allen’s most classic and successful pieces of work, featuring outstanding cast lists.


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Woody Allen Wednesdays – You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger and Everyone Says I Love You

28 May 2014 12:13 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Every Wednesday, FM writers Simon Columb and Brogan Morris write two short reviews on Woody Allen films … in the hope of watching all his films over the course of roughly 49 weeks. If you have been watching Woody’s films and want to join in, feel free to comment with short reviews yourself! Next up is You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger and Everyone Says I Love You

Simon Columb on You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

Squeezed between Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Midnight in Paris are two less-known features. Whatever Works harks back to earlier scripts while You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger is a mish-mash of actors and threads of stories that are, ultimately, forgettable. Alfie (Anthony Hopkins) divorces his wife, Helena (Gemma Jones), while daughter Sally (Naomi Watts) struggles with her own husband, Roy (Josh Brolin). Roy falls for younger-model Dia (Freida Pinto) as Sally »

- Gary Collinson

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Emma Stone dazzles Colin Firth in Magic in the Moonlight trailer

21 May 2014 1:35 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The trailer for director Woody Allen's new romantic comedy Magic in the Moonlight has premiered.

Colin Firth stars as an investigator attempting to figure out whether an enchanting spiritual medium (Emma Stone) is defrauding a prominent family.

Hamish Linklater, Academy Award winner Marcia Gay Harden and Oscar nominee Jacki Weaver also feature in the movie, which is set in the 1920s on the French Riviera.

Allen previously shot Everyone Says I Love You and the box office smash Midnight in Paris in France.

Allen has penned the screenplay for Magic in the Moonlight, and will partner once again with cinematographer Darius Khondji.

Magic in the Moonlight will open on July 25 in the Us and on September 19 in the UK.

It was announced earlier in May that Joaquin Phoenix is to begin shooting Allen's next movie this summer. »

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Kaleidoscope acquires Woody Allen titles

28 April 2014 8:56 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment (Khe) has secured a catalogue of classic Woody Allen titles for release this summer.

The deal was negotiated by Nadine Rothschild for Westend Films and Spencer Pollard for Khe.

The collection will be released as a DVD boxset entitled ‘The Woody Allen Library’ on July 7 and will also be available digitally from June 23. The films include Bullets Over Broadway, Celebrity, Deconstructing Harry, Everyone Says I Love You, Mighty Aphrodite, Small Time Crooks, Sweet and Lowdown, and Wild Man Blues.

Michael Chapman, Acquisitions Executive of Khe, said: “Given the recent success of Blue Jasmine, this is the perfect time to release some of Allen’s past works.”

London-based Khe has released more than 250 films such as Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing; The Reluctant Fundamentalist starring Riz Ahmed; and Ray Winstone gangster thriller Lords of London.   »

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Revolution season 2 episode 10 review: The Three Amigos

10 January 2014 9:14 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Billy Grifter 10 Jan 2014 - 16:23

Regrettably, Revolution's version of The Three Amigos does not contain Steve Martin, Chevy Chase or even Martin short...

This review contains spoilers.

2.10 The Three Amigos

There was me thinking I’d seen the last of turkey, and then Revolution came back.

What The Three Amigos reminded me of most is how far from the original premise this show has wandered. Because people have entirely given up even mentioning the power outage issue and their focus is decidedly south of the border.

Our three Amigos in this instance are Miles, Rachel and Bass, who head to Mexico to hang out with Bass’s long lost son. It’s as simple and as dumb as that statement makes it sound, as when you leave people for decades they’re invariably either not where you left them or the same person when you come back.

But »

- louisamellor

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Best Movie Ever?: “Death Becomes Her”

8 January 2014 12:27 PM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

August: Osage County takes two minutes to prove that Meryl Streep, still racking up Oscar nominations like Skee-Ball tickets at age 64, will brutalize herself and you for the sake of a movie. As the loopy Oklahoma grandmama Violet in the new adaptation of Tracy Letts‘ Pulitzer-winning play, she stumbles around almost gratuitously, gargles profanities at Julia Roberts, and basically refuses to endear us for the movie’s entire duration. If you thought June Squibb was broad in Nebraska, you’ll be shocked at the kabuki-type insanity of Meryl’s work. She practically draws a sword and impales Margo Martindale for disgracing the emperor.

As such, August: Osage County polarizes. But who doesn’t love when Meryl gives us polarizing work? After all, her weirdest, kookiest, and potentially funniest movie of all time is also her most divisive: Death Becomes Her. The dark 1992 farce may feel like the snobbish Hollywood cousin »

- Louis Virtel

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