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Marketing for the true story inspired Foxcatcher is getting properly going now, following the movie’s premiere at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival over the weekend and the first clip being released online last week. The latest drama by director Bennett Miller (Moneyball) was scripted by E. Max Frye (Where the Money Is) and actor/writer Dan Futterman (who also co-wrote Miller’s Oscar-winning Truman Capote biographical feature, Capote).
Based on actual events, Frye and Futterman’s Foxcatcher screenplay offers an intimate look at the relationship between Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum), his older brother/ex-Olympian, Dave (Mark Ruffalo), and millionaire Jon du Pont (Steve Carell) – a relationship that went terribly wrong in the late 1990s, when du Pont finally ceased to be an eccentric rich guy – and crossed over the line, to ...
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- Sandy Schaefer
13 May 2014 10:46 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Sundance TV is combining Mad Men's Don Draper with Rip Van Winkle. The cable network is developing Crack in the Sky, a drama about a Don Draper-type who falls asleep in 1962 and wakes up in 2012, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The drama hails from E. Max Frye (Band of Brothers, Where the Money Is), who will pen the script and exec produce alongside Deborah Spera (Army Wives, Criminal Minds) and Maria Grasso (Ricochet). The Sony Pictures Television drama will be produced by Marshall Persinger (Army Wives, Rectify) via Spera and Grasso's Sony Pictures Television-based One-Two
- Lesley Goldberg
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