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18 items from 2014


'Forrest Gump' and 'Benjamin Button' Screenwriter Eric Roth Talks About His Writing Process

24 September 2014 10:25 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

The Academy has been releasing a series of Academy Originals for quite some time now and they are varying degrees of interesting, and this latest installment, sitting down with screenwriter Eric Roth (Forrest Gump, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) I found particularly interesting, perhaps if only because he tells us he uses a piece of screenwriting software that still requires Dos and there's only enough memory for 40 pages. He likes the limits of the program, however, saying, "I like it because it makes you make acts. If I haven't said it in 40 pages, I'm starting to get into trouble, you knowc" Once he's done, he sends the studio a hard copy of the screenplay, which they have to scan into their computers. I also liked his approach to writer's block, which he says he combats by simply doing something as easy as changing the weather in a scene, which »

- Brad Brevet

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Ranked: Every Summer Movie Season Since 1980 - Part 2

14 September 2014 6:33 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

We’ve reviewed every summer movie season since 1980 to find out which are the best, and which are the worst. Last week we posted our picks for the worst, and here we post our picks for the best. 

2015 and 2016 may just be the most overthetop summer movie seasons yet. It seems like nearly every movie slated for a summer 2015 or 2016 release is heavily anticipated. Because of these impending summers of movie awesomeness, we’ve decided to take a look back at summer movie seasons of years past. The idea of the summer movie season is currently in full swing, but it didn’t catch on immediately. Hollywood had to do its fair share of experimenting to determine what types of films would be most successful. As a result, some summer movie seasons have been better than others. We’ve reviewed them all for you and ranked them from worst to best. »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (G.S. Perno)

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Bart & Fleming: Digital Fascism, William Goldman’s Timeless Line; Print Woes

10 August 2014 8:50 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Peter Bart and Mike Fleming Jr. worked together for two decades at Daily Variety. In this weekly Sunday column, two old friends get together and grind their axes on the movie business. Off last Sunday, the boys have a lot on their minds.

Fleming: We have entered an age of digital fascism; render an opinion against the grain, and disagreement is followed by insults and threats to end careers. Because of an opinion.

Bart: Are you referring to Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz and Pedro Almodovar being attacked for signing that petition charging Israel with practicing genocide in the Gaza? It was certainly not a smart move on their part.

Fleming: I get that. Anyone paying attention can see Israel’s existence comes out of an unimaginable genocide attempt in WWII. I wonder if Bardem and Cruz read the fine print when the petition was put under their noses. Provoked by »

- Peter Bart and Mike Fleming Jr

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Daily | Tom Rolf, 1931 – 2014

18 July 2014 6:10 AM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

"Tom Rolf, who won an Oscar for his work editing the 1983 space epic, The Right Stuff, has died aged 83," reports the BBC. Carolyn Giardina for the Hollywood Reporter: "The respected editor of more than 40 films—including Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver (1976), Michael Mann's Heat (1995) and Kurt Wimmer's Equilibrium (2002)—received the American Cinema Editors' Career Achievement Award in 2003. He won an Ace Eddie trophy for John Badham's WarGames (1983) and received additional Ace nominations for Philip Kaufman's The Right Stuff (1983) and Robert Redford's The Horse Whisperer (1998), as well as a BAFTA nom for Taxi Driver." » - David Hudson »

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Tom Rolf, Oscar-Winning Editor of ‘The Right Stuff,’ Dies at 82

16 July 2014 7:06 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Tom Rolf, who shared a best editing Oscar for his work on 1983 astronaut epic “The Right Stuff” and also edited “Taxi Driver,” “New York, New York,” “Black Sunday,” “Heaven’s Gate,” “Nine ½ Weeks,” “Heat” and “The Horse Whisperer,” among many other films, has died. He was 82.

Rolf shared his 1984 Oscar for the monumental effort required to edit “The Right Stuff” with Glenn Farr, Lisa Fruchtman, Stephen A. Rotter and Douglas Stewart.

Also in 1984, Rolf won an Eddie from the American Cinema Editors for his work on “WarGames.”

He worked on a number of films for Martin Scorsese, even though that director is usually associated with the editor Thelma Schoonmaker.

Rolf had most recently worked on the critically lauded 2008 Russian film “Admiral,” directed by Andrey Kravchuk, and the TV series that subsequently grew out of the film.

He received a Career Achievement Award from the American Cinema Editors in 2003.

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- Carmel Dagan

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Tom Rolf, Oscar-Winning Editor of ‘The Right Stuff,’ Dies at 82

16 July 2014 7:06 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Tom Rolf, who shared a best editing Oscar for his work on 1983 astronaut epic “The Right Stuff” and also edited “Taxi Driver,” “New York, New York,” “Black Sunday,” “Heaven’s Gate,” “Nine ½ Weeks,” “Heat” and “The Horse Whisperer,” among many other films, has died. He was 82.

Rolf shared his 1984 Oscar for the monumental effort required to edit “The Right Stuff” with Glenn Farr, Lisa Fruchtman, Stephen A. Rotter and Douglas Stewart.

Also in 1984, Rolf won an Eddie from the American Cinema Editors for his work on “WarGames.”

He worked on a number of films for Martin Scorsese, even though that director is usually associated with the editor Thelma Schoonmaker.

Rolf had most recently worked on the critically lauded 2008 Russian film “Admiral,” directed by Andrey Kravchuk, and the TV series that subsequently grew out of the film.

He received a Career Achievement Award from the American Cinema Editors in 2003.

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- Carmel Dagan

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Tom Rolf, Oscar-Winning Editor of 'The Right Stuff,' Dies at 83

16 July 2014 4:49 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Tom Rolf, the Academy Award-winning editor of The Right Stuff and dozens of other films, died June 14. He was 83. The respected editor of more than 40 films — including Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver (1976), Michael Mann's Heat (1995) and Kurt Wimmer's Equilibrium (2002) — received the American Cinema Editors' Career Achievement Award in 2003. He won an Ace Eddie trophy for John Badham's WarGames (1983) and received additional Ace nominations for Philip Kaufman's The Right Stuff (1983) and Robert Redford's The Horse Whisperer (1998), as well as a BAFTA nom for Taxi Driver. Photos  Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2014 Rolf's impressive credits also include The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (1973),

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- Carolyn Giardina

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Robert Redford to play Dan Rather; Scarlett Johannson may join Hail, Caesar!

9 July 2014 10:38 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Scarlett Johannson and Robert Redford have appeared on screen twice together at very different phases in their careers. The first time was in The Horse Whisperer and most recently was this year's Captain America: The Winter Soldier. While we may never get to see them pair up again, both have very active careers with Redford experiencing a resurgence after last year's turn in All Is Lost. Next up for Redford looks to be playing a very famous real person in the form of Dan Rather. Deadline »

- Alex Maidy

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10 Actors Who Had Awesome Directorial Debuts

27 May 2014 12:54 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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How many times have we heard actors pull out that old line about how they love acting, but what they really want to do is direct? It seems like an inevitable progression for a lot of actors, borne either out of a desire to exert greater creative control over the process, or simply as a way to maintain active in the industry after their looks aren’t enough to sell tickets anymore. Regardless, it’s a very common goal in Hollywood to finally be in the position of running an entire film. But is every actor cut out for that role?

After Ryan Gosling, an actor who seems determined to try his hand at everything, was met with a less than enthusiastic response to his directorial debut Lost River at the Cannes Film Festival, it became easy to see that even for good actors it isn’t »

- Audrey Fox

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Four Weddings and a Funeral anniversary: What happened to the cast?

15 May 2014 1:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Has it really been 20 years? We hadn't noticed. Prepare to feel old, because this week romantic comedy classic Four Weddings and a Funeral celebrates a landmark anniversary.

The Richard Curtis-penned film delivered exactly what its title promised and so much more. It was funny, charming and packed with brilliant performances from a stellar Brit cast. Without it Hugh Grant would never have hit the Hollywood A-list and Wet Wet Wet wouldn't have spent what felt like an eternity at the top of the UK singles chart.

But what are the cast up to two decades on? We take a look at the key players then and now below...

Hugh Grant

Hugh Grant was a respected supporting actor in the Brit film industry prior to Four Weddings thanks to roles in Remains of the Day and Sirens. Things changed overnight after his role as the ever-so-British and lovelorn Charles.

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News Nuggets: How should Scarlett Johansson use new box office superpowers for her career?

7 April 2014 1:19 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

With two box office hits this weekend, Susan Wloszczyna wonders how actress Scarlett Johansson should use her new career superpowers. She co-stars in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" as the Black Widow. In "Under the Skin," she is an alien whose Earthly mission is to harvest male victims. At the young age of 29, she has already had an impressive film career, with roles in "The Avengers," "Her," "The Horse Whisperer," "Lost in Translation," "Match Point," and "Vicky Christina Barcelona." While she hasn't received any Oscar nominations so far, she did win a Tony Award in 2010 for "A View from a Bridge." She says that Johansson "really needs to go to the next level as a serious actress (with) one mind-blowing performance" like Julia Roberts had with "Erin Brockovich" that is "tailor-made to exploit her special qualities." Thompson on Hollywood. -Break- »

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Scarlett Johansson Is A Super-Powered Drug Mule In First Lucy Trailer

2 April 2014 10:39 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

How great is it that we live in an age where the adorable young girl from Ghost World and The Horse Whisperer has matured into this confident, credible ass-beater? It didn.t happen overnight. Scarlett Johansson has been taking names for years now. But we.ve gotten to the point where seeing her doing her best Jason Bourne impersonation in a Luc Besson thriller isn.t shocking. It.s invigorating. The above trailer, shared via The Playlist, is for Besson.s upcoming Lucy, a hard-hitting thriller that carries this amazing logline: A drug mule accidentally swallows her cargo and finds she now has superpowers." Uh, yeah. Sign me up for that movie. Especially since, after detours into more serious genre fare with The Family and The Lady, Lucy looks like a return to action for Besson to his days filming features like La Femme Nikita and Leon: The Professional. And »

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Halle Berry, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas Name 606 Films Shingle After Anti-Paparazzi Bill

6 March 2014 9:58 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Halle Berry and producing partner Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas have christened a new company that has come out of the Oscar-winning actress’ decision to star in the CBS series Extant. They’ve hatched 606 Films, a shingle that will be housed at CBS Television Studios and is named for the anti-paparazzi bill that Berry championed to keep over-aggressive shutterbugs from harassing the children of celebrities. California Gov. Jerry Brown signed it into law last fall after testimony by Berry, Jennifer Garner and others. Berry and Goldsmith-Thomas have hired Kathryn Tyus-Adair to be Svp of 606 Films. She moves from Don Cheadle’s Crescendo Productions where she spent five years working on TV and film projects including the upcoming St. Vincent. She has also worked as development exec for Robert Redford, Curtis Hanson and George Tillman Jr in projects that include The Horse Whisperer, A Civil Action, Barbership and the Showtime series Soul Food. »

- ERIK PEDERSEN

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Halle Berry, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas Name 606 Films Shingle After Anti-Paparazzi Bill

6 March 2014 9:58 AM, PST | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: Halle Berry and producing partner Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas have christened a new company that has come out of the Oscar-winning actress’ decision to star in the CBS series Extant. They’ve hatched 606 Films, a shingle that will be housed at CBS Television Studios and is named for the anti-paparazzi bill that Berry championed to keep over-aggressive shutterbugs from harassing the children of celebrities. California Gov. Jerry Brown signed it into law last fall after testimony by Berry, Jennifer Garner and others. Berry and Goldsmith-Thomas have hired Kathryn Tyus-Adair to be Svp of 606 Films. She moves from Don Cheadle’s Crescendo Productions where she spent five years working on TV and film projects including the upcoming St. Vincent. She has also worked as development exec for Robert Redford, Curtis Hanson and George Tillman Jr in projects that include The Horse Whisperer, A Civil Action, Barbership and the Showtime series Soul Food. »

- MIKE FLEMING JR

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Scarlett Johansson to receive French Cesar Award honour

12 February 2014 7:48 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Scarlett Johansson will receive this year's honorary Cesar Award.

The actress has been named for the honour from the French equivalent of the Oscars.

The award recognises her career from 1998's The Horse Whisperer (when she was 14) to her recent voice role in Her.

Johansson was particularly praised by Academy president Alain Terzian for Lost in Translation and as a muse for Woody Allen in Match Point, Scoop and Vicky Cristina Barcelona.

The award is traditionally given to a foreign actor.

Previous recipients include Meryl Streep, Kate Winslet, Dustin Hoffman and, most recently, Kevin Costner.

Johansson will next be seen in Under the Skin and Luc Besson's Lucy. »

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Kristin Scott Thomas May Be Quitting Acting

4 February 2014 1:27 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

As an actor, you know the thrill is gone when verbally emasculating Ryan Gosling whilst wearing a leopard-print dress just doesn’t cut it for you anymore. And Kristin Scott Thomas may have reached that point, if the acclaimed actress’s recent comments during an interview with the Guardian are to be believed.

Speaking during a promotional tour for her upcoming film The Invisible Woman, Scott Thomas revealed that her Hollywood career is at an end after snarking that she considers herself to be a “recovering actress.” She added:

I realised I’ve done the things I know how to do so many times in different languages, and I just suddenly thought, I can’t do it any more. I’m bored by it. So I’m stopping.

Apparently, Scott Thomas has had her fill of acting in the movie biz, both on big and small productions. Regarding her problems with shooting bigger-budget projects, »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Kristin Scott Thomas Partly Retires

4 February 2014 2:18 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Kristin Scott Thomas, one of film's most acclaimed and prolific actresses, says that she's essentially retiring from screen acting after three decades and sixty five films.

In a lengthy interview with The Guardian, the 53-year-old actress says this decision came about suddenly in September: "I just suddenly thought, I cannot cope with another film. I realised I've done the things I know how to do so many times in different languages, and I just suddenly thought, I can't do it any more. I'm bored by it. So I'm stopping."

She goes on to say: "The kinds of films that I do are usually quite rapidly put together, and it always seems to be a little bit of a shambles. I like filming, but what I don't like is having to rearrange things and rewrite scenes. I just can't be bothered. I'm often asked to do something because I'm going to »

- Garth Franklin

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We Can't Wait #11: The Last 5 Years

25 January 2014 7:00 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

[Editor's Note: We Can't Wait is a Team Experience series, in which we highlight our top 14 most anticipated films of 2014. Here's Jose Solis on The Last 5 Years.]

The Last 5 Years

A musical based on Jason Robert Brown's Off Broadway sensation about a crumbling young marriage which is told forward and backward in time simultaneously

Talent

Oscar nominee Anna Kendrick and stage star Jeremy Jordan (Newsies and Bonnie and Clyde on Broadway, Smash on TV)

Why We Can't Wait

When Jason Robert Brown's The Last Five Years debuted in 2001, the composer probably never expected his intimate musical (based on his relationship with ex-wife Theresa O'Neill) to become the theater sensation it would turn out to be. Although it was never Cats or Phantom-like in its success (the show has never actually been done on Broadway) the Chicago production and its subsequent Off-Broadway staging turned stars Norbert Leo Butz and Sherie Rene Scott into the doomed-lovers-of-choice of myriad theater geeks who still show up audition after audition carrying the music and lyrics to "Goodbye Until Tomorrow".

Brown's musical, »

- Jose

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