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Carrie-Ann Moss’ Jessica Jones Role Finally Revealed

11 October 2015 4:22 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

We’ve known that Carrie Ann Moss (The Matrix, Memento) was going to be part of the cast of Marvel and Netflix’s Jessica Jones for quite some time now, but it was only this weekend at New York Comic-Con that her role was finally announced. It turns out Moss will be playing an established Marvel Comics character with ties to Danny Rand, Aka Iron Fist – but with one slight alteration.

During the Nycc panel, Marvel’s head of television, Jeph Loeb, announced that Moss would be playing a female incarnation of Jeryn Hogarth. In the comics, Hogarth was an attorney who worked for Danny Rand’s rather Wendell, and eventually went on to work closely with Iron Fist and Luke Cage when they formed Heroes For Hire.

What Jeryn’s (now “Jeri”) exact role in the show will be is unclear, but some official stills feature her and Jones (Krysten Ritter) together, »

- Mark Cassidy

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Christopher Nolan Issues A Bleak Warning To Movie Theaters

9 October 2015 2:36 PM, PDT | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

British filmmaker Christopher Nolan issued a bleak warning to movie theaters while speaking at the London Film Festival regarding the future of cinema. While taking the opportunity to extol the virtues of film over digital, Nolan warned that the theatergoing experience needs to improve to match the value of the moviegoer.s swollen ticket price. According to The Guardian, Nolan told the audience that they could no longer simply stick a giant TV in a room and expect people to come watch film on it. He said: For some reason, it has become acceptable to say [to audiences] we are providing this empty room with a TV in it and just watch a film. That has to change and if it doesn.t change, forget film, forget digital, if that experience for the audience is not valued, people stop going. Nolan, director of such epic films as Memento, Interstellar, and »

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Jeanne Tripplehorn, Callum Keith Rennie join ‘Little Pink House’

6 October 2015 3:10 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Jeanne Tripplehorn (Big Love) and Callum Keith Rennie (Memento) have joined the cast of Korchula ProductionsLittle Pink House, which is about to go into production in Vancouver.

Tripplehorn and Rennie join Catherine Keener on the film, which tells the true story of a small-town nurse who rose to worldwide attention when she stood up to powerful politicians determined to bulldoze her home and hand the land over to a multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical company.

Courtney Moorehead Balaker wrote the script and will direct.

Shawn Williamson’s Brightlight Pictures will co-produce the film. Balaker, Ted Balaker and Joel Soisson will produce, with Shawn Williamson executive producing.

The film’s script was a finalist for the 2015 Athena List, which recognizes the best and most marketable unproduced screenplays with strong female protagonists. »

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15 years ago today: Rory and Lorelei graced our TV screens in the ‘Gilmore Girls’ series premiere

5 October 2015 11:20 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

On this day 15 years ago, viewers were first given the gift of an episode of one of TV’s wittiest, most delightful series. “Gilmore Girls” premiered on the WB on October 5, 2000. In the eight years since the series finale of “Gilmore Girls,” fandom hasn’t died down for the dramedy about a fast-talking, constantly pop culture-referencing mother-daughter duo addicted to caffeine, riding the emotional waves of life in their small Connecticut town. This is the show that made us fall in love with Melissa McCarthy long before “Bridesmaids” was even an idea, the show that made us feel less sheepish about bringing a book everywhere cause Rory does it too, the show that had us aspiring to be as brash and sassy as Paris Geller, the show that introduced us to Jared Padalecki’s ever-evolving mop of hair even before those brown locks appeared on “Supernatural,” the show that melted »

- Emily Rome

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New to Streaming: ‘Magic Mike Xxl,’ ‘Saint Laurent,’ ‘The Primary Instinct,’ and More

25 September 2015 9:42 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit the interwebs. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead (Douglas Tirola)

While the last few decades or so of National Lampoon’s output has been less than stellar, their influence through their humor magazine and films such as the original Vacation and Animal House can still be felt today. For those curious about the formation of the group and their rise to ubiquitous status, a new documentary looks to provide the behind-the-scenes story. »

- TFS Staff

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Trailer for Stephen Tobolowsky Concert Film The Primary Instinct

14 September 2015 12:59 PM, PDT | | See recent QuietEarth news »

Full-time Microsoft communications advisor, part-time movie podcaster and sometimes cellist David Chen can now add film director to his list of accomplishments as his first film The Primary Instinct sees release this month from Film Buff.

The concert film chronicles one night of amazing storytelling from character actor Stephen Tobolowsky (Groundhog Day, Memento) whose own podcast The Tobolowky Files is a must-listen for anyone who loves great podcasts, movies or storytelling.

Official Synopsis:

Actor Stephen Tobolowsky has acted in over 200 TV shows and films over the past 40 years, possessing one of the most dazzlingly diverse filmographies on the planet. But [Continued ...] »

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Venice Film Review: ‘Remember’

10 September 2015 5:26 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Atom Egoyan’s ongoing search for his own best form makes no real breakthrough in “Remember,” a state-hopping Nazi-hunt mystery that puts a creditably sincere spin on material that is silly at best. At worst, tyro writer Benjamin August’s screenplay is a crass attempt to fashion a “Memento”-style puzzle narrative from post-Holocaust trauma. Toggling variables of disguised identity and dementia, as Christopher Plummer’s ailing German widower travels across North America in search of the camp commander he recalls from his time in Auschwitz, the pic is riddled with lapses in logic even before a stakes-shifting twist that many viewers might see coming. Crafted in utilitarian fashion by Egoyan, “Remember” does little to earn the poignancy of Plummer’s stricken performance — though that asset, plus a button-pushing premise, could attract reasonable interest from older arthouse auds.

It’s probably best not to wonder how much more artfully the »

- Guy Lodge

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Warner Bros Confirms A Christopher Nolan Film For Summer 2017

9 September 2015 6:13 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Writer-director Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros have a special relationship. Having made the self-funded short film Doodlebug in 1997, Nolan went on to make Following and Memento – both to critical acclaim, and both for smaller, independent companies. But, it was 2002’s Insomnia that set the filmmaker on a path to Warner Bros studios, leading to a multi-billion dollar superhero movie franchise, and the birth of a specifically designed DC cinematic and television universe. Just 13 years on from the release of that initial collaboration, Warner Bros has announced its intention to deliver Christopher Nolan’s next feature film, on July 21st 2017 – and the news of what that film will be is still top secret.

It’s an impressive marketing ploy – to begin to build interest in a film so far ahead of its release – and with such tight control on information, it is unlikely to result in the kind of advertising fatigue »

- Sarah Myles

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Here's the Release Date For Christopher Nolan's Next Movie

9 September 2015 1:40 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

We'd sign up for breaking news alerts on what Christopher Nolan had for breakfast each morning, so obviously we're two inches from the computer screen at the news that the "Interstellar" and "The Dark Knight" director has a new movie coming out ... on July 21, 2017. Mark your calendars now!

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nolan is making his next movie for longtime studio partner Warner Bros. What's the movie about? Who'll be in it? No clue. It wouldn't be a Chris Nolan movie if we knew this far in advance. All we really need to know is that it's coming. And "Pitch Perfect 3" and Luc Besson's "Valerian" should know that it's coming on the same release date, which is also a week before the new "Spider-Man." Who will win that summer box office? We'll know two years from now, but not a moment sooner.

One thing we're pretty sure about »

- Gina Carbone

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Watch: Video Essay Compares Christopher Nolan And Erik Skjoldbjærg's 'Insomnia' Side-By-Side

2 September 2015 8:41 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

One of Christopher Nolan’s more under-seen and under-appreciated pictures, 2002’s hypnotic “Insomnia,” is a deft combination of murder mystery, crime procedural and searing character study that watches a sleep-deprived homicide detective as he probes a horrific murder case in Alaska, all while the endless reign of perpetual daylight threatens to disorient his senses beyond good reason. The film is a polished, spooky piece of craftsmanship and one of the highlights in the British director’s filmography. And while the Al Pacino/Robin Williams-starring pic does showcase a number of Mr. Nolan’s preferred motifs, it’s easy to forget that his follow-up to “Memento” was actually a remake of a similarly austere picture from 1997. That film was directed by Norwegian filmmaker Erik Skjoldbjærg and while the two pictures are obviously quite similar in tone and temperament, the original “Insomnia” is more authentically chilly (Skjoldbjærg is, after all, a Norseman), while Nolan’s. »

- Nicholas Laskin

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‘The Primary Instinct’ Trailer: Stephen Tobolowsky on Life, Love and Entertainment

25 August 2015 9:30 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

If you’re a loyal reader of SlashFilm, then you’re likely already very well acquainted with Stephen Tobolowsky. He’s a very gifted character actor who has been in over 200 movies and TV shows, with some of his recognizable roles being Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day and Sammy Jankis in Memento, not to mention recurring roles […]

The post ‘The Primary Instinct’ Trailer: Stephen Tobolowsky on Life, Love and Entertainment appeared first on /Film. »

- Ethan Anderton

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The Quay Brothers: a nightmarish inspiration for Christopher Nolan

20 August 2015 6:21 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The sci-fi director’s new documentary investigates the animator Quay twins. Here, they reveal how British weather, maths and lizards help to create their films

“So, on that last one. What was your inspiration?” By the third time the moderator uses this generic, parody-of-a-bad-interview question, one could only smile.

This is no ordinary Q&A. This is a session with a man, usually hammered by fanboy-ish questions, getting a chance to do a little geeking out. Christopher Nolan, director of Memento, The Prestige, Inception, Interstellar and the Dark Knight Trilogy is using some of his considerable industry clout to promote a programme of newly scrubbed-up 35mm short films by stop-motion animators the Brothers Quay. In addition to In Absentia (2000), The Comb (1991) and Street of Crocodiles (1986), the collection includes Quay, an eight-minute mini-documentary of the brothers in their cramped, magical London studio filled with decaying doll parts, screws, wigs chewed by bugs and old cameras. »

- Jordan Hoffman

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See Marilyn Manson Play Native American Hit Man in Movie Trailer

12 August 2015 6:17 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Let Me Make You a Martyr, the upcoming, harrowing new crime movie about an abusive father, is set to reunite Sons of Anarchy's Mark Boone Junior with shock rocker and erstwhile Sons actor Marilyn Manson. While the film won't arrive until next year, check out an exclusive trailer featuring Manson as a Native American hit man.

Boone plays Larry Glass, a character whom the movie's producers describe as "a drug dealer, pimp and all-around scumbag," who hires Manson's character Pope, a hit man (or "bogeyman," as Manson describes it »

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The Perils of Passion Projects

11 August 2015 4:00 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Christopher Nolan recently announced a new project entitled Quay, a documentary short about two British stop-motion animators. Set to premiere next week, it’s a far cry from Nolan’s blockbusters in both scope and subject matter. Yet it’s clearly a personal project, with Nolan using his clout and money to promote two obscure filmmakers.

Every artist – director, star, screenwriter – has some project that they want to make above all. A deeply personal, original idea; an autobiographical story; a favored story or hero they wish to celebrate. If a filmmaker is successful or lucky enough, they get a chance to produce them. Yet sometimes the reaction isn’t what they expect.

Francis Ford Coppola started his career directing exploitation films for Roger Corman, notably the horror film Dementia 13 (1963). Then he toiled as screenwriter and occasional director, helming the musical Finian’s Rainbow (1968) and the more personal The Rain People »

- Christopher Saunders

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Box Office: Is 'Fantastic Four' Doomed to Fail on the Big Screen?

9 August 2015 4:46 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Why can't Hollywood seem to get the "Fantastic Four" right?

The reboot endured months of bad press, culminating in director Josh Trank's disavowal (later hastily retracted) of his own film on the eve of its release on Friday. Even so, the familiarity of Marvel's First Family -- and the new, grounded take on the characters -- was expected to carry the feature to a $45 million opening weekend.

Instead, "Fantastic Four" debuted with an estimated $26.2 million, failing to unseat week-old "Mission: Impossible: Rogue Nation" from the top spot. (The Tom Cruise thriller fell 47 percent from last weekend and still came in first with an estimated $29.4 million.) "F4" is the the first comic book movie based on Marvel characters since 2011's "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" not to open at number one.

There's already lots of speculation over whose fault this is, and what it means for the Marvel brand. Are »

- Gary Susman

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Watch: Scintillating Video Tribute To Films Of Christopher Nolan

4 August 2015 1:03 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

An auteur of nine ambitious and distinct films, Christopher Nolan is a filmmaker of singular vision as this new video tribute highlights. Featuring clips from his first film "Following," juxtaposed with some memorable scenes from Nolan’s "The Dark Knight" trilogy, and revisiting the ambitious and unforgettable "Memento" (also my personal favorite). Of course, there are just-as-honorable mentions for "The Prestige" (winner of the best cameo ever award, with David Bowie as Nikola Tesla), "Insomnia," the unforgettably pulsating "Inception" and his most recent love affair with outer space, "Interstellar." Read More: Christopher Nolan Talks "Bleak Future" Of Cinema & How Studios Will "Relearn" The Value Of The Theatrical Experience This intricate and expeditious mashup was created by Nikita Malko. These memorable scenes and moments like Michael Caine reading Dylan Thomas; »

- Samantha Vacca

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Christopher Nolan's next film has been revealed (and it's totally unexpected)

28 July 2015 7:01 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The next Christopher Nolan film has been announced - but it's very different from the blockbusters we're used to seeing from him.

Nolan, who has directed movies such as Interstellar and The Dark Knight Rises, will next release a short film about two stop-motion animators.

Titled Quay, the documentary centres on Stephen and Timothy Quay, as viewers will get an insight into the "inner workings of the brothers' studio".

It will be shown alongside three films the Quays worked on - In Absentia (2000), The Comb (1991) and Street of Crocodiles (1986) - at the Film Forum in New York City on August 19.

Following the screening, Nolan and the Quay brothers will participate in a Q&A session.

Nolan's previous works also include Inception, The Prestige and Memento.

Find out the behind-the-scenes secrets of Christopher Nolan's Interstellar in the video below: »

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Watch: 3-Minute Supercut Tribute To The Films Of Christopher Nolan

21 July 2015 1:54 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

If there’s a reason Miguel Branco’s Christopher Nolan supercut strikes you as epic, it’s because that’s exactly what most of the British filmmaker’s movies are. Ambitious in terms of scope, concept, and often runtime, Christopher Nolan’s films have grossed well over $4 billion worldwide, and Branco pays modest and genuine tribute to the visionary writer-director in his not quite three-and-a-half-minute video. The 206-second supercut spans the world, as well as dreamt worlds, and the galaxies. It witnesses the rise and fall of heroes and their villains. And it features gorgeous music from Hans Zimmer, including “A Watchful Guardian” from “The Dark Knight,” which he wrote with James Newton Howard. Of course, for those whose first introduction to Nolan came in the form of either a “Dark Knight” film, “Inception,” or “Interstellar,” it’s forgivable to forget the helmer’s first features were more humble. “Following »

- Zach Hollwedel

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Tyler Perry Joins Chloe Moretz In Brain On Fire

20 July 2015 12:39 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

After showcasing some surprising dramatic chops in last year’s Gone Girl, Tyler Perry has boarded biopic Brain on Fire, starring alongside Chloe Grace Moretz.

Based on Susannah Cahalan’s New York Times bestselling memoir Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness, the award-tipped drama will center on Susannah (Moretz), a rising journalist at The New York Post who inexplicably falls victim to an unknown illness that causes her to hear voices, hallucinate and become violent. Terrified but unable to prevent herself from descending further into insanity, Susannah faces the possibility that she’ll never recover – until one doctor provides a diagnosis that may hold the key to a cure.

Perry is set to take on the supporting role of Richard, who oversees Susannah at The New York Post and shocked to see her condition transform her.

Thomas Mann (Me & Earl & the Dying Girl), Jenny Slate (Obvious Child), Richard Armitage »

- Isaac Feldberg

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