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Weekly Rushes. "Olli Mäki," Ingrid Bergman's Home Movies, Trailers Galore, Scott Walker's Score

24 August 2016 10:08 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

NEWSMost exciting for us this week is the news that the Cannes Un Certain Regard prizewinner this year, Juho Kuosmanen's wonderful debut film The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki, will be having its North American premiere in the Discovery section of the Toronto International Film Festival. Mubi is distributing the film theatrically and digitally in the United States and United Kingdom.Recommended VIEWINGCourtesy of the Criterion Collection, excerpts of Ingrid Bergman's home movies, which include Alfred Hitchcock, made around the time of their collaboration on Spellbound. With the full lineup of the Toronto International Film Festival announced and the autumn film season nearly upon us, wonderful trailers have been released in an overwhelming deluge. Here are some of the highlights:The much-anticipated restoration and re-release of Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust.Hong Sang-soo's Yourself and Yours, which gets a typically wacky trailer.Bertrand Bonello's Nocturama, »

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‘Unless’ Exclusive Trailer: Catherine Keener Stars As A Writer Whose Daughter Decides To Live On The Streets

10 August 2016 1:35 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Canadian writer Carol Shields wrote numerous novels, short stories, and plays throughout her lifetime. She won many awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for her 1993 novel “The Stone Diaries.” Now, her final novel “Unless” has been adapted into a film starring Catherine Keener. Written and directed by Alan Gilsenan, the film follows Reta (Keener), a successful writer who struggles with her daughter Norah’s (Hannah Gross) decision to drop out of college and live on the streets as a mute in some form of protest. “Unless” also stars Brendan Coyle (“Downton Abbey”), Matt Craven (“X-Men: First Class”), Chloe Rose (“The Lesser Blessed”), Hanna Schygulla (“Berlin Alexanderplatz”), and more. Watch the trailer for the film below.

Read More: Catherine Keener To Fight to Keep Her Home in Little Pink House

Catherine Keener has appeared in a wide variety of films throughout her career that have garnered critical acclaim. She’s been nominated »

- Vikram Murthi

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Before They Were Famous: The Cast of ‘Suicide Squad’

2 August 2016 5:13 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Suicide Squad is arguably one of the biggest movies of the year, and as I type this we’re just a few days from it being released into cinemas. To celebrate, we thought we’d take a look at the huge ensemble cast and the roles they took ‘Before They Were Famous…’

Viola Davis (Amanda Waller)

Before They Were Famous: Out Of Sight (1998)

Viola Davis plays the character of Amanda Waller in this week’s big opener Suicide Squad. The actress was famously nominated for an Academy Award for her role in the superb The Help, but what was she up to before she hit the big time? Well, the actress has had many roles over the years. She played the character of Nurse Lynnette Peeler in the 2000 TV series City Of Angels, Hannah Crane in Century City, and even popped up in Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson’s semi-autobiographical Get Rich »

- Paul Heath

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Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery Joins Netflix Miniseries Godless

25 July 2016 5:57 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Netflix’s Godless just acquired a goddess of British period drama.

Downton Abbey‘s Michelle Dockery will play the female lead in the streaming video site’s upcoming miniseries, our sister site Variety reports.

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The 1880s-set Western drama follows a dangerous outlaw Frank (played by The Newsroom‘s Jeff Daniels) who will stop at nothing to hunt down his partner-turned-mortal enemy Roy (Skins‘ Jack O’Connell). Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie) also stars.

Dockery will play Alice Fletcher, a ranch owner who hides »

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Michelle Dockery Joins Steven Soderbergh’s Netflix Miniseries ‘Godless’ Alongside Jeff Daniels & Jack O’Connell

25 July 2016 12:40 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Lady Mary is coming to Netflix. The “Downton Abbey” star has been cast in “Godless,” a Western miniseries from Steven Soderbergh and Scott Frank, who previously worked on “Out of Sight” together and will co-executive produce along with Casey Silver. Jeff Daniels and Jack O’Connell have already been cast in the 1880s-set drama.

Read More: Read More: Steven Soderbergh To Executive-Produce Scott Frank’s Limited Series Netflix Western ‘Godless

Scott Frank is writing and directing “Godless,” which centers on the blood feud between Daniels and O’Connell’s characters — former partners with a paternal bond whose relationship has turned sour. Daniels’ quest for vengeance leads him to a town whose denizens are entirely female, with Dockery as a rancher in a different location who offers O’Connell refuge.

Read More: Scott Frank Says His Long Developing Western ‘Godless’ Will Be A 6-Hour Netflix Miniseries

This won’t be Frank »

- Michael Nordine

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Michelle Dockery Joins Steven Soderbergh’s Netflix Miniseries ‘Godless’ Alongside Jeff Daniels & Jack O’Connell

25 July 2016 12:40 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Lady Mary is coming to Netflix. The “Downton Abbey” star has been cast in “Godless,” a Western miniseries from Steven Soderbergh and Scott Frank, who previously worked on “Out of Sight” together and will co-executive produce along with Casey Silver. Jeff Daniels and Jack O’Connell have already been cast in the 1880s-set drama.

Read More: Read More: Steven Soderbergh To Executive-Produce Scott Frank’s Limited Series Netflix Western ‘Godless

Scott Frank is writing and directing “Godless,” which centers on the blood feud between Daniels and O’Connell’s characters — former partners with a paternal bond whose relationship has turned sour. Daniels’ quest for vengeance leads him to a town whose denizens are entirely female, with Dockery as a rancher in a different location who offers O’Connell refuge.

Read More: Scott Frank Says His Long Developing Western ‘Godless’ Will Be A 6-Hour Netflix Miniseries

This won’t be Frank »

- Michael Nordine

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Michelle Dockery Cast As Female Lead In Netflix’s ‘Godless’ Miniseries

25 July 2016 11:30 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery has been cast as the female lead in Netflix’s western miniseries Godless, from the Out of Sight duo of Steven Soderbergh and Scott Frank. Dockery joins previously cast Jeff Daniels and Jack O’Donnell in the period drama that is set to premiere worldwide on Netflix in 2017. Godless centers on Frank Griffin (Daniels), a menacing outlaw who is terrorizing the West as he hunts down Roy Goode (O'Connell), his son-like partner turned mortal… »

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‘Miles Ahead’ Exclusive Featurette: Don Cheadle Commits To A Day In The Life Of Miles Davis

19 July 2016 2:54 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Don Cheadle’s “Miles Ahead” follows legendary trumpeter, bandleader, and composer Miles Davis (played by Cheadle himself), one of 20th century music’s creative geniuses. In the midst of a prolific career, Davis disappears from public view in the late 1970’s. Living in isolation, he struggles with chronic pain from a deteriorating hip, a voice inhibited by drugs and alcohol, and traumatic memories from his troubled past. One day, music reporter Dave Braden (Ewan McGregor) forces his way into Davis’ house and the two men embark on an adventure to recover a stolen tape recording of Davis’ most recent compositions. The film also stars Emayatzy Corinealdi (“Middle of Nowhere”), Michael Stuhlbarg (“A Serious Man”) Keith Stanfield (“Selma”), Austin Lyon (“The Diary of a Teenage Girl”), and more. Watch an exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette from the film below that discusses Cheadle’s commitment to the role.

Read More: Review: Don Cheadle Strives »

- Vikram Murthi

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Water Rackets: “Erin Brockovich”

19 July 2016 7:05 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Steven Soderbergh's Erin Brokovich (2000) is playing July 17 - August 16, 2016 on Mubi in the United Kingdom. “Erin Brockovich is perhaps the most forceful articulation of Soderbergh’s proclivity toward emphasizing character over other filmic concerns. Without sacrificing their causal role within the narrative, who characters are is often of greater interest than what they do—indeed, what they will do and accomplish is often a foregone conclusion… while Erin Brockovich may, thematically, be a film about responsibility, formally, Erin Brockovich is a movie about Erin Brockovich—and decidedly so.”— Andrew Patrick Nelson, in The Philosophy of Steven Soderbergh“I’m smart, I’m hardworking and I’m not leaving here without a job.”— Erin, Erin BrockovichErin Brockovich must win people over. As a single mother of three who wears short skirts and low-cut tops, she’s at the more preyed-upon end of a predatory spectrum—one whose social logic is built on first impressions. »

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Looking For Albert Brooks In The Netflix World

10 July 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

In the hierarchy of significance in what made news this past week, the sudden availability of the entirety of Albert Brooks’ output of feature films as a writer-director via Netflix Streaming may not carry the urgency of, say, the alarming continuance of African-American deaths under police fire, the attack on a peaceful protest against police violence by shooters who killed five law enforcement officers and wounded several more in Dallas, the ongoing partisan bloviating inspired by the FBI’s decision to not charge Hilary Clinton with federal crimes, or the frightening clown circus of offenses that characterizes the dawning of each new day in Donald Trump’s  presidential campaign. But art can, among many other things, provide a momentary respite from pain, sometimes even while examining some of the more frustrating, self-centric and petty dissonances within our own, or someone’s else’s worldview, and in this Brooks’ films at »

- Dennis Cozzalio

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From ‘The Bfg’ to ‘Matilda’: How 5 Roald Dahl Books Landed on the Big Screen

29 June 2016 4:19 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Roald Dahl famously loathed all the movie adaptations of his books, including the 1971 classic “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” starring Gene Wilder. So when the beloved author died in 1990, his widow Felicity (who goes by Liccy) was torn about what to do with his catalogue. It was a time, following the hit comedy “Home Alone,” where the major studios were vigorously chasing family-friendly tales, and many of Dahl’s stories fit the bill. But Liccy didn’t want celebrated bestsellers such as “Matilda” or “James and the Giant Peach” falling into the wrong hands.

Dahl’s publisher at Penguin Books set up a few meetings, and she eventually connected with literary agent Michael Siegel. They bonded right away. “I don’t want there to be bad movies,” Liccy told him. They came up with an unorthodox, boutique approach. “Rather than sell the stories directly to the studios, we would »

- Ramin Setoodeh

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On this day: Liz & Dick Divorced, Harry Potter Published

26 June 2016 5:00 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

On this day in history as it relates to the movies...

 

1819 The bicycle is patented by W.K. Clarkson, Jr. which could be why June has lots of bicycle holidays like "bike to work week" and such. There's even a Bicycle Film Festival happening in NYC this very weekend.

1904 Peter Lorre is born

1922 Underappeciated film star Eleanor Parker is born. Her two best known classics are Caged (1950, her first nomination in one of the all time best Best Actress years) and The Sound of Music (1965, snubbed in supporting actress). Also born on this day is two-time Oscar recipient Dick Smith, an indisputable giant in movie makeup. Among his classics: The Godfather, The Exorcist, Amadeus, and Taxi Driver

1925 Charles Chaplin's The Gold Rush premieres in Hollywood 

1956 Chris Isaak, hot musician and David Lynch favorite, is born

1970 Paul Thomas Anderson is born. We thank him forever for Boogie Nights, Magnolia, and There Will Be Blood, »

- NATHANIEL R

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TVLine Items: Trace Alum Gets Civil, Jeff Daniels Joins Godless and More

13 June 2016 3:34 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Move over, Hillary and Donald. Enrique Murciano wants to be the next leader of the free world.

The Bloodline and Without a Trace actor will star in TNT’s drama pilot Civil, our sister site Deadline reports.

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The project is set in the wake of a hotly contested presidential election, as America finds itself plunging into a modern-day Civil War. Murciano will play Speaker of the House Juan Reyes, the Republican candidate for Potus.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom) and »

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Scott Frank’s Netflix Series Godless Enlists Jeff Daniels And Scoot McNairy

27 May 2016 12:03 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Slowly but surely, casting is really beginning to heat up on Godless, the all-new Western in the works as a Netflix limited series.

Headed up by Steven Soderbergh and Scott Frank – the pair last collaborated on Out of Sight – we brought you the news two weeks ago that up-and-comer Jack O’Connell had closed a deal to star, and now Deadline is reporting that Jeff Daniels and Scoot McNairy of Batman V Superman have their eyes set on the Wild West. 

No mention of which roles Daniels and McNairy are in contention for – we assume one or the other will step into the dusty shoes of Frank Griffin – but it’s understood that should both stars put pen to paper, they’ll be bound for a remote New Mexico mining town in the 1800s.

At the heart of that period yarn, though, is Griffin, a “menacing outlaw who is terrorizing »

- Michael Briers

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Jeff Daniels, Scoot McNairy In Talks To Board Scott Frank’s ‘Godless’

27 May 2016 5:03 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Jeff Daniels and Scoot McNairy are in talks to board Scott Frank’s Godless for Netflix, joining the previously announced Jack O’Connell. The project is a limited period drama series from the Out of Sight duo of Steven Soderbergh and Scott Frank. Written, directed and executive produced by Frank, Godless is a Western set in an 1800s New Mexico mining town. The project, which is currently casting, is set to film in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Soderbergh and Frank are… »

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Jack O’Connell to headline Netflix’s new show Godless

12 May 2016 9:30 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Jack O’Connell (Money Monster, Unbroken) is set to lead the cast of Godless, the new Western drama series from Netflix.

Steven Soderbergh (Behind the Candelabra) and Scott Frank are behind the new show which is reportedly set in 1884 and “centers on Frank Griffin, a menacing outlaw who is terrorizing the West as he hunts down Roy Goode, his son-like partner-turned-mortal enemy. While Roy hides at Alice Fletcher’s ranch, Frank’s chase leads him to the quiet town of La Belle — that is mysteriously made up of entirely women.”

Frank, the screenwriter behing Get Shorty, Minority Report and Soderbergh’s Out of Sight, is penning the script and directing, and will also executive produce with Soderbergh and Casey Silver. O’Connell, who appeared in Channel 4’s Skins, will take the lead role of Roy.

O’Connell will next be seen in Jodie Foster’s Money Monster alongside George Clooney and Julia Roberts, »

- Scott J. Davis

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Jack O’Connell Plots Course For Steven Soderbergh And Netflix’s Western Series Godless

11 May 2016 3:09 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Before he was clad in opulent armor for 300: Rise of an Empire, few moviegoers would have recognized the name Jack O’Connell on any given casting docket. That all changed thanks to a starring role in Angelina Jolie’s wartime drama Unbroken, and since then, the English actor has been snapping up roles left, right and center.

Adding another feather to that proverbial cap today, The Hollywood Reporter brings word that O’Connell has been tapped for Godless, Steven Soderbergh’s new Western series that recently found a home at Netflix. THR confirms that O’Connell will headline the series as Roy Goode, an “injured outlaw on the run from his former boss.” It’s certainly a major project for O’Connell to be involved in, particularly considering that the actor’s TV credits up until now have only included Skins and The Runaway.

Reteaming with his Out of Sight scribe Scott Frank, »

- Michael Briers

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George Clooney: His best performances to date

10 May 2016 11:02 AM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

When it comes to movie stars, few actors in Hollywood better encapsulate what you want out of a veteran A-lister than George Clooney. Not only is he an accomplished actor with an Academy Award on his mantle, he’s a highly regarded writer and director, with an Oscar for producing under his belt as well. He’s a jack of all trades, and with a new star vehicle out on Friday in Money Monster (which I actually see tomorrow), I thought it was high time to go over his best performances to date. There’s no shortage of quality on Clooney’s permanent record, so finding his top works so far won’t be hard, on top of being a pleasure. He’s had a great career that’s only about at the midway point, so there’s not only tons to look at, but plenty more to come as well! »

- Joey Magidson

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Recommended New Books on Filmmaking: A.O. Scott, Orson Welles, Owen Gleiberman, Humphrey Bogart, and More

5 May 2016 1:07 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Part of the fun in rounding up recent books about (or connected to) cinema is the sheer diversity of releases. This latest collection features a dive into this history of Hollywood legends, lots more Force Awakens, compelling reads from two fascinating critics, texts highlighting the art of Batman v. Superman and The Little Prince, and more. Plus, if you’ve been coveting Constable Zuvio mentions, you’re finally in luck.

Movie Freak: My Life Watching Movies by Owen Gleiberman (Hachette Books)

My favorite book of 2016 thus far has arrived, and it’s Movie Freak by former Entertainment Weekly critic Owen Gleiberman. For many a nineties teen, EW was something of a pop culture bible, and Gleiberman’s incisive writing was a key reason. In Movie Freak, his unguardedly personal memoir, he talks of films loved (Blue Velvet, Manhunter), friendships dashed (with the likes of Oliver Stone and Pauline Kael), and »

- Christopher Schobert

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L.A. Now Casting ‘Out of Sight, Out of Mind’ and 2 Other Projects

11 March 2016 11:00 AM, PST | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Today’s top casting notices includes several roles in a feature-length set to film in L.A. Additionally, there are opportunities for children in a celebratory multimedia video for Mother’s Day, and roles in an upcoming student film. Find your next audition here! “Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind”Producer Brian Follmer is casting feature film “Out of Sight, Out of Mind” for Bullish Productions. The film centers around a close-knit group of friends and lovers ripped apart when one of them becomes mentally ill. Casting seeks six leads: two females and four males between the ages of 24 and 26. There are two additional supporting roles for two females of the same age range. Pay is dependent on experience. Pic shoots this summer in L.A. Mother’S Day Online Video, English And SPANISHFanatico Films is casting two Mother’s Day multimedia videos in which kids will talk about their mothers. »

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