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Review: ‘The Night Of’ Premiere Takes Bad Luck to an Artful Extreme

28 June 2016 11:37 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Naz is having a great night. The quiet college kid (played by upcoming “Star Wars: Rogue One” star Riz Ahmed), who still lives with his parents, scored an invite to a party with the basketball players he idolizes. Not only that, but it’s in Manhattan and “girls” are promised to be there. What more could a shy but eager young man ask for? Better yet, before he can even find the hot spot packed with single ladies, he meets one on his own. Things progress nicely, if a bit strangely, and Naz lives out every college boy’s dream night.

Until, that is, it becomes a nightmare.

It’s safe to admit as much without a spoiler warning, considering there’s no secret, no pretension whatsoever, that Naz’s night is heading toward any outcome other than disaster – even if he can’t see it. Directed and written »

- Ben Travers

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Review: ‘The Night Of’ Premiere Takes Bad Luck to an Artful Extreme

28 June 2016 11:37 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Naz is having a great night. The quiet college kid (played by upcoming “Star Wars: Rogue One” star Riz Ahmed), who still lives with his parents, scored an invite to a party with the basketball players he idolizes. Not only that, but it’s in Manhattan and “girls” are promised to be there. What more could a shy but eager young man ask for? Better yet, before he can even find the hot spot packed with single ladies, he meets one on his own. Things progress nicely, if a bit strangely, and Naz lives out every college boy’s dream night.

Until, that is, it becomes a nightmare.

It’s safe to admit as much without a spoiler warning, considering there’s no secret, no pretension whatsoever, that Naz’s night is heading toward any outcome other than disaster – even if he can’t see it. Directed and written »

- Ben Travers

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Gary Lucchesi to be Honored for Lifetime Achievement at Cayman Film Festival (Exclusive)

22 June 2016 11:17 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

This year’s Cayman International Film Festival will honor Gary Lucchesi with a lifetime achievement award on its closing night, July 4, Variety has learned exclusively.

Lucchesi is currently president of Lakeshore Entertainment and co-president of the Producers Guild of America.

Lucchesi began his career as an agent at William Morris, representing Susan Sarandon, Kevin Costner, Michelle Pfeiffer and John Malkovich. He then served as vice president and senior vice president of production at TriStar. Eventually he became president of production at Paramount Pictures before forming his own company, Gary Lucchesi Productions. There, he produced the Oscar-nominated film “Primal Fear.”

He also served as president of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Film Company. Then, in 1997, he joined Tom Rosenberg’s Lakeshore as president.

During his tenure, Lakeshore has produced more than 60 films, including “Million Dollar Baby,” the “Underworld” franchise, “The Lincoln Lawyer,” “Runaway Bride,” “Arlington Road” and “The Age of Adaline, »

- Dave McNary

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Top Movies That Launched Actors' Careers

6 June 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

It's the role all actors dream of -- the one that puts them on the map. Breakout movie moments are born from a combination of factors, including raw talent, the movie's reception, and a little bit of showbiz luck. When the elements are all there and the sun is shining just right, an actor can go from "Hey, didn't I see her in ...?" to household-name status in no time.

These performances are examples of movies that hit the "launch" button on an actor's career. A couple of these performers may have had credits stretching back years before that defining role, but this was the one that made the entire industry and the movie-going public sit up and take notice. Read on to remember when six of the most bankable actors saw their careers take off.

Tom Cruise in 'Risky Business' (1983)

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- Sage Young

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10 Multiple Oscar Nominees Who Have Yet to Take Home the Prize

24 February 2016 8:10 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

We're less than one week away from the Oscars, and while we're cheering on this year's talented nominees (oh hey, Eddie!), we're also thinking about those lauded actors who have continuously scored nominations over the years while simultaneously winning over audiences. Why, you ask? Well with five-time nominee Leonardo DiCaprio poised to probably take home his first-ever Oscar, we got to thinking about other talented stars who've been nominated several times in their careers and never won (how is this fair to Diane and Glenn?!). Read on to see who makes the surprising list: Glenn Close# of nominations: 6 Films: The World According to Garp, »

- Grace Gavilanes, @gracegavilanes

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