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Universal Pictures have released the first Hail Caesar trailer. The film is a new all-star comedy from Joel and Ethan Coen, directors of films like Barton Fink, The Hudsucker Proxy and Fargo. The film is set during the latter years of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton, Alden Ehrenreich, Channing Tatum and Frances McDormand, and will be released in 2016.
Four-time Oscar®-winning filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen (No Country for Old Men, True Grit, Fargo) write and direct Hail, Caesar!, an all-star comedy set during the latter years of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, Jonah Hill and Frances McDormand, Hail, Caesar! »
- Paul Heath
Beloved filmmakers Joel Coen and Ethan Coen explore 1950s Hollywood in the first trailer for their new comedy Hail, Caesar! The writer-directors' latest project reunites them with stars they have worked with in the past, such as Josh Brolin (No Country for Old Men), George Clooney (O Brother, Where Art Thou?), Tilda Swinton (Burn After Reading), Scarlett Johansson (The Man Who Wasn't There) and Frances McDormand (Fargo). Universal Pictures has set a February 5, 2016 release date for Hail Caesar, putting it up against Sony's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Four-time Oscar-winning filmmakers Joel Coen and Ethan Coen (No Country for Old Men, True Grit, Fargo) write and direct Hail, Caesar!, an all-star comedy set during the latter years of Hollywood's Golden Age. Hail, Caesar! follows a single day in the life of a studio fixer who is presented with plenty of problems to fix. Josh Brolin portrays the fixer, Eddie Mannix, »
The first look at Universal Pictures’ Hail, Caesar! has dropped, and it has all the hallmarks of a killer Joel Coen and Ethan Coen pic. Based on the trailer, this one seems to be picking from the best of the brothers’ vault: a dash of the period Hollywood feel that could make it a sequel to Barton Fink, a kidnapping mystery like the one that tied the room together in The Big Lebowski (and less serious a crime than, say, No Country For Old Men or Fargo), and of course… »
With True Detective’s second season hitting the skids and American Horror Story: Hotel off to a rocky start, it’s up to Fargo to be the anthology series standard-bearer. With a brand-new cast and midwestern relocation, the stakes are higher than ever for the FX drama, returning for its second season October 12. Showrunner Noah Hawley sat down with Vulture at the Austin Television Festival to talk about the new cast, making a ten-hour film, and why bad things happen to polite people.Is it bittersweet moving into season two without your amazing original cast?Obviously there's a ghost in the room, which doesn't intimidate me. What I said to FX early on is, "Look, Joel and Ethan don't ever make the same movie twice, right? So we can't either." From the original pitch, I said, "What made the movie Fargo great was at the end, you knew that tomorrow »
- Libby Hill
The first trailer for Hail Caesar! has finally arrived, and it’s about time! Four-time Oscar-winning filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen (No Country for Old Men, True Grit, Fargo) write a story set during the latter years of Hollywood’s Golden Age. The latest film follows a single day in the life of a studio fixer (Josh Brolin) who “is presented with plenty of problems that he needs to fix” —and judging by the trailer, the film seems to have all of the Coens signature stylistic, and, comic touches — along with colorful visuals that harken back to old Hollywood. The film opens in North America next February, and also stars George Clooney, Alden Ehrenreich, Ralph Fiennes, Jonah Hill, Scarlett Johansson, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, and Channing Tatum. Watch the trailer below. Enjoy!
via The Collider
- Ricky Fernandes
The first trailer has arrived online for Hail, Caesar!, the new film from the Coen Brothers, and you can view it in the player below…
The first effort from the Coens’ since 2013’s Inside Llewyn Davis, the new film is described as a “musical comedy” and sees a hot-short studio “fixer” (played by Josh Brolin) have to try to find the star of a new historical epic (George Clooney) after he is kidnapped.
As usual, the film promises the usual amount of Coens magic, with a hugely impressive cast to boot. In addition to Brolin and Clooney, both of whom have worked with the directors before, the film also stars Scarlett Johansson (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Tilda Swinton (A Bigger Splash), Frances McDormand (Fargo), Alden Ehrenreich (Stoker), Channing Tatum (Foxcatcher), Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street), Peter Stormare (Fargo), Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables) and Ralph Fiennes (The Grand Budapest Hotel).
- Scott J. Davis
Four-time Oscar®-winning filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen (No Country for Old Men, True Grit, Fargo) write and direct Hail, Caesar!, an all-star comedy set during the latter years of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, Jonah Hill and Frances McDormand, Hail, Caesar! follows a single day in the life of a studio fixer who is presented with plenty of problems to fix. The comedy is produced by the Coen brothers under their Mike Zoss Productions banner alongside Working Title Films’ Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan. Genre: Comedy Cast: Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, [ Read More ]
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- Rudie Obias
Universal Pictures has released a zany first trailer for the comedy Hail, Caesar!
Hollywood stars galore, over-the-top production numbers and lavish sets – count me in for the upcoming hit of 2016!
Four-time Oscar-winning filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen (No Country for Old Men, True Grit, Fargo) write and direct Hail, Caesar!, an all-star comedy set during the latter years of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Alden Ehrenreich, Ralph Fiennes, Jonah Hill, Scarlett Johansson, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton and Channing Tatum, Hail, Caesar! follows a single day in the life of a studio fixer who is presented with plenty of problems to fix.
Hail, Caesar! opens February 5, 2016.
- Melissa Thompson
Your Friends & Neighbors: Kusama’s Enjoyably Tense Cult Thriller
Since premiering her phenomenal, Michelle Rodriguez starring indie debut Girlfight in 2000, Karyn Kusama hasn’t lived up to early prognostications. One of the few women directors with a big budget studio effort to her name, the ill-fated Aeon Flux (2005), starring a post-Oscar Charlize Theron, followed by the highly anticipated horror film, Jennifer’s Body, written by Diablo Cody (unfortunately less revisionist than one would have hoped for), the director unfortunately been unable to showcase her talents with these critically lambasted mainstream titles.
The Invitation, re-teams with her Aeon Flux (2005) writers Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi (recently responsible for the Kevin Hart/Ice Cube film Ride Along) for a much more enjoyable passion project. Featuring a cast of bright young Los Angeles actors we’ve seen filtered through a number of American indie films, Kusama builds intense atmosphere atop familiar foreboding for »
- Nicholas Bell
"They all float down here". Cavity Colors' Pennywise sweater / shirt is available for pre-order now. Also in this round-up: details on the Telluride Horror Show, The Cutting Room, and new horror apparel from TeeFury.
Cavity Colors' Pennywise Shirt: "'World Eater' Crewneck Sweater ($37.00)
Limited Edition of only 100 (this item will never be reprinted) 80% cotton 20% polyester blend Fleece Split stitch double needle sewing on all seams Designed by Coki Greenway (art direction by Aaron Crawford) Pre-order - Ships in Mid-October
"World Eater" T-shirt / Girl T-shirt ($25.00)
Limited Edition of only 200 (this item will never be reprinted) Printed on our ultra soft Black 100% cotton T-shirts Designed by Coki Greenway (art direction by Aaron Crawford) Pre-order - Ships in Mid-October"
To learn more about the Pennywise collection, visit the Cavity Colors online shop.
Telluride Horror Show: Press Release: "Telluride, Co - The Telluride Horror Show has announced its second wave of films and a »
- Tamika Jones
New festival director criticizes “myopic” battle for premieres and reveals London Film Festival “alliance”.
In its tenth year the once again reinvented Rome Film Festival (October 16-24) will host a streamlined but crowd-pleasing combination of autumn festival titles and potential discoveries.
Among national debuts are Lenny Abrahamson’s well-received Room, James Ponsoldt’s The End Of The Tour, Peter Sollett’s Freeheld, Pal Nalin’s female buddy movie Angry Indian Goddesses and Paul Thomas Anderson’s recently announced music documentary Junun, about Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood’s travels to India.
UK documentary The Confessions Of Thomas Quick and Chinese box office giant Monster Hunt will also be among the 37 films, documentaries and TV series from 24 countries announced today in the official selection.
The semi-autonomous Alice Nella Citta strand will showcase titles including Deniz Gamze Erguven »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Andreas Wiseman)
Rome – The Rome Film Festival has unveiled the lineup of its 10th edition comprising a rich mix of crowdpleasing and more esoteric fare, including local launches of James Ponsoldt’s “The End of the Tour,” Michael Almereyda’s “The Experimenter,” Peter Sollett’s “Freehold,” Lenny Abrahamsson’s “Room,” and Paul Thomas Anderson’s docu “Junun” (pictured) about Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood’s travels to India.
Under new direction by New York-based Italian journalist and academic Antonio Monda, the Rome fest has been renamed Festa del Cinema – which translates literally as “Film Party” rather than festival. The only award is given by the audience.
Monda said he decided to do away with the competition, the juries, and the opening and closing ceremonies “all rituals that I view as too stuffy and conventional, inappropriate to what I had in mind.” He instead kept the audience nod “to underscore the idea of a »
- Nick Vivarelli
The project is being overseen by Taylor Sheridan, the writer of the acclaimed thriller. Director Denis Villeneuve is also involved, although it’s early in the process and it’s not clear if he would come on board to direct. Black Label Media, which backed “Sicario,” is co-financing the development of a follow-up.
“Before the release of this movie, I was talking to Denis and I said what happened to this character?” said Patrick Wachsberger, co-chair of the studio’s motion picture group. “Where is Benicio going?”
The studio executive was thrilled Monday after “Sicario” debuted to a sizzling $401,288 last weekend from just six theaters. Its per-screen average of $66,881 is the highest of the year.
The film centers on a steely FBI agent (Emily Blunt) who finds herself involved in an off-the-books operation »
- Brent Lang
As any fan of "Tgs with Tracy Jordan" can tell you, the Egot is a sacred entertainment quadrivium. Why else would you be an entertainer unless you wanted an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony? Following Sunday's Emmys, one actress is now a Grammy away from the complete Egot. Can you guess who it is? The Egot contender is Frances McDormand. McDormand won an Oscar for "Fargo" (and she was nominated for "Mississippi Burning," "Almost Famous," and "North Country"), a Tony for "Good People" (in addition to another nomination for the '88 revival of "A Streetcar Named Desire"), and on Sunday she picked up an Emmy Award for "Olive Kitteridge." Like Jeremy Irons, Vanessa Redgrave, Helen Mirren, Al Pacino, and Geoffrey Rush, she just needs the Grammy to achieve the full Egot. We recommend recording an audiobook of a Kipling anthology Asap. You know Irons is perfecting his Baloo impression as we speak. »
- Louis Virtel
Move over, Taylor Swift -- there's a new contender for an Egot in town.
Last night, actress Frances McDormand snagged her first Emmy award, for lead actress in a limited series in HBO's "Olive Kitteridge." Her only previous Emmy nomination came in 1997, for her supporting role in the miniseries "Hidden in America."
With that win, McDormand joined an ever-growing list of entertainers who have the chance the snag the illustrious title of Egot (someone who's won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony). In addition to that shiny new Emmy, McDormand already has an Oscar on her shelf (for 1996's "Fargo"), as well as a Tony (for 2011's "Good People").
That means that McDormand is only a Grammy win away from Egot status, and as HitFix notes, she's in good company: Helen Mirren, Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons, Vanessa Redgrave, and Geoffrey Rush also need that "G" to join the Egot club. »
- Katie Roberts
Without "Fargo" or "True Detective" in the running, "Olive Kitteridge" is finally ready to sweep up some trophies. After playing second (or third) fiddle at this year's Golden Globe Awards, Frances McDormand and Lisa Cholodenko's HBO miniseries is looking to take the frontrunner position at the Emmys and never let it go. A few familiar faces — and a few new ones — stand in their way. "The Honorable Woman" will try to take advantage of its Globes' win to springboard ahead of "Olive," while "American Horror Story" has long been a favorite of the TV Academy. Both squared off with "Olive" at the Globes, and Maggie Gyllenhaal even managed to upset McDormand for Best Actress. Read More: Lisa Cholodenko on Getting Under the Skin of Frances McDormand's 'Olive Kitteridge' Meanwhile, "American Crime" will try to ride a wave of cultural clout all the way to a win. »
- Peter Knegt and Ben Travers
If Roger Deakins were cast in a movie, he might play a big game hunter, or a celebrated explorer — he has that kind of physical presence. He’s a manly man. Yet there’s sensitivity behind the virility. His nature is calm; his manner soft-spoken; his sartorial style consistent: white cotton Oxford shirt, casual windbreaker and scruffy boots. The outward simplicity reflects an approach he applies to the craft of cinematography. But the result is anything but.
“Everybody uses the same tools, the same technology, the same work flows. But it’s all about your taste and how you apply it,” says Richard Crudo, president of the American Society of Cinematographers. “And I think that’s what makes Roger so compelling. His approach to everything is filtered through his eye and his taste in a way that only he is capable. It’s that simple, if that can be thought »
- Steve Chagollan
Martin McDonagh is one of the most exciting voices to have emerged in film in the last decade or so. A veteran playwright behind the likes of “The Pillowman” and “The Cripple Of Inishmaan,” McDonagh won an Oscar for his short film “Six Shooter,” and followed up with the beloved, soulful crime comedy “In Bruges.” It’s been three years since McDonagh’s second feature “Seven Psychopaths,” but it looks like the writer-director is heading back to the screen in the near future. In an interview with The Guardian to promote his new play “Hangman,” which stars David Morrissey and is about to open in London, McDonagh says that “Fargo” Oscar-winner Frances McDormand is set to star in his next film “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” “It’s about a 50-year-old woman,” McDonagh says, “whose daughter is murdered, and she goes to war with the police in her home town »
- Oliver Lyttelton
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