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‘All I See Is You’ Trailer: Blake Lively Struggles With Her Newly Reclaimed Sight in Upcoming Thriller — Watch

18 September 2017 3:54 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Blake Lively stars in the upcoming thriller “All I See Is You” as Gina, a woman who regains her sight after a tragic car accident that took place in her youth. The wonder of sight quickly fades when Lively’s character realizes she’s been blind in more ways than one. The task of discovering her newfound self and the world around her begins as a fairytale, until the fantasy she’s lived inside stops holding up in the hard light of day.

Directed and co-written by Marc Foster (“World War Z”), “All I See Is You” also features actor Jason Clarke as Gina’s husband, who she can now see for the first time. Forster toyed with the use of our five senses while filming, experimenting ways to portray Gina’s life before surgery. Using only sight and sound, the audience is intimately invited into a unique viewing experience. »

- Raelyn Giansanti

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‘Lane 1974’ Trailer: Sj Chiro’s Festival Favorite Captures Life Growing Up Inside A Commune — Exclusive

13 September 2017 12:13 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

“What’s your dream house?” might be a simple question. But as the fantasy that guides much of “Lane 1974,” the latest from writer-director Sj Chiro, it’s enough to build a film around.

The Orchard has released a new trailer for the SXSW 2017 favorite, which will be released on-demand later this month.

Set in Northern California in 1974, the charming coming-of-age film features life growing up on a commune. 13-year-old Lane (played by Sophia Mitri Schloss) and her siblings do their best to keep up with their rebellious mother, the self-named Hallelujah (Katherine Moennig), as she migrates through various communes and across the dirt roads of the Northern California.

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Based on the memoir, “The Hypocrisy of Disco,” by Clane Hayward, the film follows precocious Lane, who yearns for a normal life. »

- Raelyn Giansanti

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Taking Toronto’s Pulse: Fuzzy Awards Picture, More Politics

12 September 2017 8:45 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Toronto Film Fest has offered plenty of A-list talent, including appearances from George Clooney, Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Lawrence. But the fest approaches its midpoint with no blockbuster film sales or clear-cut best picture contender. From the looming presence of Trump to meaty female-driven projects, here are five takeaways from the Canadian gathering.

Lack of Awards Season Favorites

“Downsizing,” “The Shape of Water,” “Mudbound” and “The Upside” all have their fierce partisans but also a fair share of detractors. Other films, such as “The Current War,” were met with a tepid response when they debuted over the weekend. The result is that this year’s festival has yet to host the kind of unadulterated best picture Oscar front-runner that past gatherings have spotlighted. So far, there’s no “La La Land” or “Moonlight” or “Spotlight” that festival-goers can know for certain is going to be getting a ticket to the Academy Awards.

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- Brent Lang

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Ava DuVernay and ‘Queen Sugar’ Cast Discuss Social Justice on TV, New Episodes

11 September 2017 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Fresh off multiple Emmy wins for her gritty and moving documentary “13th,” Ava DuVernay and the cast of “Queen Sugar” appeared at PaleyFest Fall TV Previews to give fans an early look at a new episode and discuss the show’s continuing efforts to tell wide-ranging stories about issues such as black and bi-racial identity, black masculinity, police harassment, and social justice.

Cast members gathered on the Paley Center stage to talk about their favorite moments and highlights from the series, now in its second season. The drama has already been renewed for a third season. DuVernay noted, “We’re all on the same page. It’s a mind meld. We’re trying to find what’s next.”

Teasing what fans have to look forward to, star Dawn-Lyen Gardner said of her character, Charley Bordelon West, “We’re seeing Charley change. She’s out to create economic change for a community. She »

- Mannie Holmes

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Gal Gadot Was Almost Cast as Imperator Furiosa in ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

7 September 2017 9:33 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Gal Gadot is doing pretty well for herself these days. “Wonder Woman” is behind only “Beauty and the Beast” as the highest-grossing film of the year, and “Justice League” is on the way. Before getting that life-changing part, however, the actress struggled to land high-profile gigs — including, it turns out, Imperator Furiosa of “Max Max: Fury Road.”

Read More:‘Wonder Woman’ Star Gal Gadot Inspired A Little Girl To Tears at Comic-Con

Gadot reveals that she was up for the role that eventually went to Charlize Theron in a new Hollywood Reporter interview. The reason she missed out on it and similar parts? She didn’t have the name recognition. “I had so many ‘almosts’ for big, great things, but I was never big enough of a name,” she says. “It was always me and ‘the big name’.”

Read More:‘Wonder Woman’ Star Gal Gadot Earned a Surprising Low »

- Michael Nordine

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‘Veep’ Exit After Seven Seasons Marks The End of Another HBO Era

6 September 2017 5:19 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Veep” will end its run with its seventh season, which is now in production for a 2018 premiere. HBO made the surprise announcement on Wednesday afternoon.

The announcement of “Veep’s” final season comes on the eve of this year’s Primetime Emmy race, in which “Veep” is the favorite to win its third consecutive Outstanding Comedy Series award. Star Julia Louis-Dreyfus is also poised to shatter the record books with her sixth consecutive win for Outstanding Comedy Actress, making it the most Emmys won by a performer in the same role for the same series.

“The decision to bring ‘Veep to a close at the end of next season is bittersweet,” said Casey Bloys, president, HBO Programming. “We love the show and everyone involved but respect the producers’ choice to bring Selina Meyer’s journey to its conclusion after an extraordinary run of critical and award-winning acclaim. Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ comedic »

- Michael Schneider

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‘Veep’ Exit After Seven Seasons Marks The End of Another HBO Era

6 September 2017 5:19 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Veep” will end its run with its seventh season, which is now in production for a 2018 premiere. HBO made the surprise announcement on Wednesday afternoon.

The announcement of “Veep’s” final season comes on the eve of this year’s Primetime Emmy race, in which “Veep” is the favorite to win its third consecutive Outstanding Comedy Series award. Star Julia Louis-Dreyfus is also poised to shatter the record books with her sixth consecutive win for Outstanding Comedy Actress, making it the most Emmys won by a performer in the same role for the same series.

“The decision to bring ‘Veep to a close at the end of next season is bittersweet,” said Casey Bloys, president, HBO Programming. “We love the show and everyone involved but respect the producers’ choice to bring Selina Meyer’s journey to its conclusion after an extraordinary run of critical and award-winning acclaim. Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ comedic »

- Michael Schneider

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‘mother!’ Promo Reveals the First Footage of Pregnant Jennifer Lawrence — Watch

5 September 2017 2:29 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The reviews are in, and “mother!” is even more insane than all the trailers and viral marketing stunts suggest. Darren Aronofsky’s psychological horror film premiered at the Venice Film Festival today and earned some of craziest reviews of the year so far, with critics calling it everything from a “berserk feast of filth” to a “sickeningly glorious mess.”

IndieWire’s A- review hailed “mother!” has Aronofsky’s most daring movie to date. “The auteur’s super-secret new psychological horror is a nightmarish dreamscape,” wrote critic Ben Croll. “It does not disappoint.”

On the heels of the first round of reviews, Aronofsky is keeping the marketing campaign in full drive by releasing a new promo for movie, which includes never-before-seen footage and an introduction to every major character. The video is also home to the first public sighting of Jennifer Lawrence’s character’s baby bump. She plays the wife »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Brimstone & Glory’ Trailer: The Team Behind ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ Craft an Exhilarating Documentary

5 September 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

One of the best documentaries to emerge from Hot Docs this year was Viktor Jakovleski’s “Brimstone & Glory,” which finds the director evoking the visual and aural sensations of “Samsara” and “Baraka” by taking a look at the National Pyrotechnic Festival in Tultepec, Mexio. More than than three quarters of Tultepec’s residents work in pyrotechnics, and each year the population comes together in celebration of San Juan de Dios for a larger-than-life fireworks festival.

The documentary counts “Beasts of the Southern Wild” director Benh Zeitlin as one of its producers. The Oscar nominee helped bring the project to life with his regular Court 13 collective and co-composed the original score with Dan Rohmer.

Oscilloscope is releasing ‘Brimstone & Glory’ in theaters on October 27. Watch the trailer below.

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- Zack Sharf

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‘Rick and Morty’s’ First Female Writers Speak Out: ‘Resisting the Change Will Make Things Worse’

11 August 2017 8:55 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, “Rick and Morty” is the zany sci-fi family comedy that keeps on surprising. Cycling through multiple timelines, alien life forms, and human insecurities with a maniacal glee, the animated series flew under the radar at first, with Harmon’s eccentricities caused fans to wait a years in between seasons. Now, “Rick and Morty” is back in full swing, and better than ever. That’s largely due to some fresh blood in the writers room —  now fifty percent female, not counting the showrunners.

“That’s just incredibly rare, unfortunately,” Jessica Gao told The Hollywood Reporter. “More often than not, I’m the only woman in the room or the only person of color — or I’m both. So, having a balanced room just makes things a lot easier for women in the sense that you feel you can pitch things and someone else will understand you. »

- Jude Dry

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‘Rick and Morty’s’ First Female Writers Speak Out: ‘Resisting the Change Will Make Things Worse’

11 August 2017 8:55 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, “Rick and Morty” is the zany sci-fi family comedy that keeps on surprising. Cycling through multiple timelines, alien life forms, and human insecurities with a maniacal glee, the animated series flew under the radar at first, with Harmon’s eccentricities caused fans to wait a years in between seasons. Now, “Rick and Morty” is back in full swing, and better than ever. That’s largely due to some fresh blood in the writers room —  now fifty percent female, not counting the showrunners.

“That’s just incredibly rare, unfortunately,” Jessica Gao told The Hollywood Reporter. “More often than not, I’m the only woman in the room or the only person of color — or I’m both. So, having a balanced room just makes things a lot easier for women in the sense that you feel you can pitch things and someone else will understand you. »

- Jude Dry

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How ‘Hidden Figures’ Is Continuing to Inspire the Next Generation of Female Leaders

10 August 2017 7:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Hidden Figures” may no longer be in theaters, but the year’s most inspiring feature is continuing to impact change on the audiences that loved it best: the next generation of female leaders.

The Hollywood Reporter reports that “for the first time in the history of the U.S. State Department, a Hollywood movie has inspired a publicly funded exchange program, #HiddenNoMore, that will bring 50 women working in science, technology, engineering, and math in 50 countries in Africa, Europe, Asia and Latin America to the United States.”

Read More:Why ‘Hidden Figures’ Is the Inspiring Awards Season Contender We Need Now — Consider This

While the State’s International Visitor Leadership Program has existed for decades, THR reports that the attention heaped on the Ted Melfi film bolstered its appeal and notoriety. Set in the early sixties at the height of the Space Race, the feature follows the true stories of a trio »

- Kate Erbland

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‘Rick and Morty’ Review: ‘Pickle Rick’ Turns the Simplest Premise Into a Spectacular Action Animation Showcase

6 August 2017 10:24 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Rick and Morty” Season 3, Episode 3, “Pickle Rick.”]

When describing Rick, Bird Person put it best: “The path your father and I walked together is soaked deeply in the blood of both friend and enemy.” As goofy as “Rick and Morty” treats the adventures of this scientist at the center of these interdimensional adventures, it’s just as good about enriching his genius bona fides in different ways. It took branching out on his own, but Sunday’s episode, “Pickle Rick,” was one of the series’ best examples of untethering Rick Sanchez from all laws of nature and physics and marveling at the results.

When an elaborate turning-into-a-vegetable scheme keeps Rick from attending a family therapy session, Beth, Summer, and Morty leave the oldest member of the family in briny form, sitting on his prized workbench. From its first appearance in the Season 3 trailer, Pickle Rick has been the kind of elemental idea that “Rick and Morty” executes so well, »

- Steve Greene

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‘Rick and Morty’ Review: ‘Pickle Rick’ Turns the Simplest Premise Into a Spectacular Action Animation Showcase

6 August 2017 10:24 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Rick and Morty” Season 3, Episode 3, “Pickle Rick.”]

When describing Rick, Bird Person put it best: “The path your father and I walked together is soaked deeply in the blood of both friend and enemy.” As goofy as “Rick and Morty” treats the adventures of this scientist at the center of these interdimensional adventures, it’s just as good about enriching his genius bona fides in different ways. It took branching out on his own, but Sunday’s episode, “Pickle Rick,” was one of the series’ best examples of untethering Rick Sanchez from all laws of nature and physics and marveling at the results.

When an elaborate turning-into-a-vegetable scheme keeps Rick from attending a family therapy session, Beth, Summer, and Morty leave the oldest member of the family in briny form, sitting on his prized workbench. From its first appearance in the Season 3 trailer, Pickle Rick has been the kind of elemental idea that “Rick and Morty” executes so well, »

- Steve Greene

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Now Casting: Play Shrek or Fiona in ‘Shrek the Musical’ + 3 More Gigs

3 August 2017 11:30 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

It’s a big, bright, beautiful world, thanks to today’s casting roundup! A California production of “Shrek the Musical” is currently casting all principal roles, including Shrek and Fiona. There are also roles available in the national nonunion tour of “Kinky Boots,” a horror film set in the Everglades, and a clothing commercial! “Shrek The Musical”Join an upcoming production of “Shrek the Musical” in Fontana, CA. Male and female talent aged 18–70 are needed to fill all lead roles, as well as supporting and ensemble. Actors should be excellent singers with great comedic timing. There is an open casting call on Aug. 22 in Fontana. Rehearsals will begin Sept. 11 and the show runs Oct. 20–Nov. 12 at the Center Stage Theater Fontana. Pay is a $500 minimum stipend, with additional fees added for certain roles. Apply here!  “Kinky Boots” Nat’L Nonunion TOURThe national non-equity tour of Cyndi Lauper/Harvey Fierstein’s »

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‘Manhunt: Unabomber’ Review: Discovery’s First Scripted Drama Intrigues as It Evokes Empathy in a Madman

1 August 2017 8:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The thing you don’t expect, when watching a limited series about the FBI’s hunt for the Unabomber, is to find it relatable; at times, alarmingly so.

Discovery Channel’s first scripted drama, an eight-episode retelling of how Ted Kaczynski was brought to justice, might be most notable for its dense bench of a cast, including Sam Worthington, Chris Noth, Jane Lynch, Mark Duplass, Brian D’arcy James, Elisabeth Reaser, and Paul Bettany as Kaczynski. But its interest in the psychology of its characters pushes the series beyond a mere process story (though the process, as depicted, proves equally fascinating).

Read MoreAva DuVernay Reunites With Netflix to Write and Direct Central Park Five Limited Series

Watching the early episodes, “Manhunt: Unabomber” isn’t all that interested in getting inside Ted Kaczynski’s head. In fact, Bettany doesn’t appear on screen for quite some time. Instead, the focus is »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Manhunt: Unabomber’ Review: Discovery’s First Scripted Drama Intrigues as It Evokes Empathy in a Madman

1 August 2017 8:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The thing you don’t expect, when watching a limited series about the FBI’s hunt for the Unabomber, is to find it relatable; at times, alarmingly so.

Discovery Channel’s first scripted drama, an eight-episode retelling of how Ted Kaczynski was brought to justice, might be most notable for its dense bench of a cast, including Sam Worthington, Chris Noth, Jane Lynch, Mark Duplass, Brian D’arcy James, Elisabeth Reaser, and Paul Bettany as Kaczynski. But its interest in the psychology of its characters pushes the series beyond a mere process story (though the process, as depicted, proves equally fascinating).

Read MoreAva DuVernay Reunites With Netflix to Write and Direct Central Park Five Limited Series

Watching the early episodes, “Manhunt: Unabomber” isn’t all that interested in getting inside Ted Kaczynski’s head. In fact, Bettany doesn’t appear on screen for quite some time. Instead, the focus is »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Twin Peaks’ Review: Part 12 Opens Up ‘The X-Files’ and Welcomes Back a Familiar Face

30 July 2017 8:27 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s note: The following review contains spoilers for “Twin Peaks: The Return” (Season 3), “Part 12.”]

Two major mysteries were solved in “Part 12,” a geographically and tonally sporadic episode of “The Return”: We found out what the “blue rose” referred to, and Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn) made her 2017 debut.

As exciting as the latter point sounds, but ultimately didn’t prove to be, first things first: Did Gordon Cole (David Lynch) invent “The X-Files”?

Forgive us for the meta pop culture diversion, but Albert’s (Miguel Ferrer) exposition dump in recruiting Tammy (Chrysta Bell) to The Blue Rose task force triggered alarm bells. To sum up, Albert told the prospective new member that a few years after the government conducted a massive cover-up regarding the existence of UFOs, the military and FBI secretly joined forces to investigate the unsolvable leftover cases, and Gordon, Albert, and Cooper have been looking for answers ever since.

Read More‘Twin Peaks’ Review: Part 11 Puts a Funny Spin on David Fincher »

- Ben Travers

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‘Twin Peaks’ Review: Part 12 Opens Up ‘The X-Files’ and Welcomes Back a Familiar Face

30 July 2017 8:27 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s note: The following review contains spoilers for “Twin Peaks: The Return” (Season 3), “Part 12.”]

Two major mysteries were solved in “Part 12,” a geographically and tonally sporadic episode of “The Return”: We found out what the “blue rose” referred to, and Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn) made her 2017 debut.

As exciting as the latter point sounds, but ultimately didn’t prove to be, first things first: Did Gordon Cole (David Lynch) invent “The X-Files”?

Forgive us for the meta pop culture diversion, but Albert’s (Miguel Ferrer) exposition dump in recruiting Tammy (Chrysta Bell) to The Blue Rose task force triggered alarm bells. To sum up, Albert told the prospective new member that a few years after the government conducted a massive cover-up regarding the existence of UFOs, the military and FBI secretly joined forces to investigate the unsolvable leftover cases, and Gordon, Albert, and Cooper have been looking for answers ever since.

Read More‘Twin Peaks’ Review: Part 11 Puts a Funny Spin on David Fincher »

- Ben Travers

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‘Game of Thrones’ Is Fighting a War with Words and It’s Not Working Yet — Review

30 July 2017 8:21 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Game of Thrones” Season 7, Episode 3, “The Queen’s Justice.”]

It’s no surprise that David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are listed as the writers on “The Queen’s Justice,” Sunday night’s episode of “Game of Thrones.” Much has been made about the changing of the guard in the series’ authorship as the show has outdistanced the source material. Without the shorthand of the book to fill in the knowledge gaps (both in actions and emotions), “Game of Thrones” is now fully feeling the weight of its lengthy character list. There’s no helpful appendix to clarify what role specific individuals are playing in the war to come. It has to be rehashed and diagrammed on atrium floors and on carved tabletops until it’s firmly established where everyone stands.

In an episode filled with strategic positioning, for Jon Snow that place is in the hall at Dragonstone, in the presence of a queen he’s hesitant to acknowledge. »

- Steve Greene

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