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‘Silicon Valley’s’ Haley Joel Osment on His Career Pivot, TJ Miller’s ‘Sad’ Exit

16 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Haley Joel Osment plays a fun-loving character on “Silicon Valley” — and the actor himself is having a pretty good time these days, too. The former child star, now 29, is still perhaps best known for early-career roles in “The Sixth Sense” and “A.I.” But he’s quickly earning buzz for his turn as positive-to-a-fault VR expert Keenan Feldspar on Season 4 of the HBO ensemble comedy. “I had a blast,” the actor told The Wrap about shooting his part on “Silicon Valley.” Also Read: 'Silicon Valley' Star Thomas Middleditch on TJ Miller's Exit: 'Lots of Things Could Have Been Done »

- Ryan Gajewski

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Jude Law Needs Fewer Soulless Blockbusters and More Iconoclasts Like Paolo Sorrentino’s ‘The Young Pope’

19 June 2017 11:03 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Jude Law, who’s always been hard to pin down, and his title role in HBO Emmy Contender “The Young Pope” is no exception. 

Bottom Line: As he embraces his mid-40s, Jude Law has morphed from British golden boy to globally bankable character actor. His range is wide, from tragic robot Gigolo Joe in Steven Spielberg’s “A.I.” to Robert Downey, Jr.’s comedy sidekick Dr. Watson in Guy Ritchie’s blockbuster “Sherlock Holmes” franchise. Still stunningly handsome, Law is gaining grit and gravitas as he gets older. But there’s a sense he’s still holding back.

Latest Misfires: Law took on evil power-monger Vortigern opposite Charlie Hunnam as Arthur in Ritchie’s attempt to similarly update “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, »

- Anne Thompson

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‘The Young Pope’: How Jude Law Went Weird with Paolo Sorrentino for His Best Work In Years

19 June 2017 11:03 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Jude Law, who’s always been hard to pin down, and his title role in HBO Emmy Contender “The Young Pope” is no exception. 

Bottom Line: As he embraces his mid-40s, Jude Law has morphed from British golden boy to globally bankable character actor. His range is wide, from tragic robot Gigolo Joe in Steven Spielberg’s “A.I.” to Robert Downey, Jr.’s comedy sidekick Dr. Watson in Guy Ritchie’s blockbuster “Sherlock Holmes” franchise. Still stunningly handsome, Law is gaining grit and gravitas as he gets older. But there’s a sense he’s still holding back.

Latest Misfires: Law took on evil power-monger Vortigern opposite Charlie Hunnam as Arthur in Ritchie’s attempt to similarly update “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, »

- Anne Thompson

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‘The Young Pope’: How Jude Law Went Weird with Paolo Sorrentino for His Best Work In Years

19 June 2017 11:03 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Jude Law, who’s always been hard to pin down, and his title role in HBO Emmy Contender “The Young Pope” is no exception. 

Bottom Line: As he embraces his mid-40s, Jude Law has morphed from British golden boy to globally bankable character actor. His range is wide, from tragic robot Gigolo Joe in Steven Spielberg’s “A.I.” to Robert Downey, Jr.’s comedy sidekick Dr. Watson in Guy Ritchie’s blockbuster “Sherlock Holmes” franchise. Still stunningly handsome, Law is gaining grit and gravitas as he gets older. But there’s a sense he’s still holding back.

Latest Misfires: Law took on evil power-monger Vortigern opposite Charlie Hunnam as Arthur in Ritchie’s attempt to similarly update “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, »

- Anne Thompson

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NYC Weekend Watch: Queer Quad, ‘Safe,’ Simian Vérité & More

16 June 2017 6:53 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Since any New York City cinephile has a nearly suffocating wealth of theatrical options, we figured it’d be best to compile some of the more worthwhile repertory showings into one handy list. Displayed below are a few of the city’s most reliable theaters and links to screenings of their weekend offerings — films you’re not likely to see in a theater again anytime soon, and many of which are, also, on 35mm. If you have a chance to attend any of these, we’re of the mind that it’s time extremely well-spent.

Quad Cinema

Films by Fosse, Visconti, Chabrol, and Ed Wood play as part of “Quadrophilia: Queer Edition.”

Maurice and Funeral Parade of Roses continue playing.

Metrograph

The restoration of Alan Clarke’s Scum, a must-see, is now screening.

“Welcome to Metrograph A-z” continues, including multiple showings of Todd HaynesSafe.

A Father’s Day special occurs this Sunday. »

- Nick Newman

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Bonnie Curtis, Julie Lynn sign overall deal with Skydance

7 June 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The deal covers film and television projects through Mockingbird Pictures banner.

Skydance has entered into a multi-year overall deal for feature films and television with producers Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn of Mockingbird Pictures

The company has several projects in development with Curtis (pictured) and Lynn, including the upcoming AMC television series Dietland.

Curtis and Lynn first partnered at Mockingbird Pictures after producing Albert Nobbs in 2012. The pair have produced seven films together, including Arie Posin’s The Face Of Love, Victor Levin’s 5 To 7, and Rodrigo Garcia’s Last Days In The Desert

This year the duo has released Life, The Sweet Life, and Wakefield. Next on their slate is Marti Noxon’s To The Bone, which will premiere on Netflix in July.

Curtis’ industry start was as Steven Spielberg’s assistant; the beginning of a 15-year professional relationship with the director. After working on Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List, Curtis transitioned »

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Skydance Media Inks Overall Deal With Producers Bonnie Curtis, Julie Lynn

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

Skydance Media has formed a multi-year overall deal for both feature films and television with producers Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn of Mockingbird Pictures, Variety has learned. The studio currently has multiple projects in development with Curtis and Lynn, including the upcoming AMC television series “Dietland.”

“Bonnie and Julie are exceptional people and incredible producers whose boundless energy, incomparable work ethic, and collective eye for mining and cultivating creative material are second to none,” said Dana Goldberg, chief creative officer of Skydance Media. “I have known and admired both of them for a long time and l am thrilled that they have become a part of the Skydance family. I look forward to the number of exciting film and television projects in our collective future.”

Curtis and Lynn first partnered under the Mockingbird Pictures banner after producing the Academy Award-nominated “Albert Nobbs” in 2012. Sine then, Lynn and Curtis have gone on to produce seven films together, including »

- Joe Otterson

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Great Job, Internet!: In the sci-fi versions of our cities, we’re all screwed

2 June 2017 9:36 AM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Now that a real-life dystopia is all but certainly right around the corner, it’s probably a good time to research what life could possibly be like in the crumbling, over-crowded major cities of future America. The most reliable source for this kind of research is, of course, popular sci-fi movies, which depict American metropolises in varying degrees of awful, from the sterile and Taco Bell-obsessed Los Angeles of Demolition Man to the sunken skyscrapers of New York City in A.I.: Artificial Intelligence. Recently, the real estate gurus at Redfin put together some handy infographics using the plot descriptions of 44 futuristic films to show which cities you’ll most likely want to be living in when the sci-fi shit hits the fan. (Hint: It’s none of them. We’re all going to die.)

Credit: Redfin Credit: Redfin

Each city has it’s own special dystopian flavor depending ...

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- Dan Neilan

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Cinema, AI, and Human Nature

26 April 2017 10:14 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Why being honest about AI stifles good storytelling.

Open any newspaper and you’ll find a profusion of articles and op-eds debating the future of artificial intelligence. Elon Musk is terrified of it. So is Jack Ma. Peter Thiel isn’t. The AI mania has even permeated the film world, which (the latest slew of “film is dead” articles warns us) will apparently not escape the automation boom. Of course, our public conversation about AI has long been tied to the cinema. As our own Sinead McCausland has pointed out, films have supplied the popular imagination with images and existential questions about AI since Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. But as AI gradually shifts from the realm of science fiction to that of reality, it’s worth examining the premises film has fed us about the technology, and asking whether they’ll serve us well in the coming decades.

Accuracy

There is a special circle in hell reserved »

- Jake Orthwein

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Albert Einstein, Comedy Icon? 9 Examples of How Film and TV Depict His Lighter Side

25 April 2017 9:42 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The legacy of Albert Einstein cannot be overstated — even when we take the scientist’s accomplishments for granted, he’s one of our planet’s most famous pop culture figures, recognizable across generations. The way he’s been depicted on screen has ranged from well-researched takes on the man’s life, such as Nat Geo Channel’s new anthology series “Genius,” premiering today, to, shall we say, somewhat more out-there fare.

Read More: ‘Genius’: Albert Einstein Undergoes a Heated Interrogation in Exclusive Sneak Peek — Watch

Below are some of the most notable examples we found featuring the great scientist depicted in a less-than-serious state. What’s interesting about looking at all of these examples together is how on the one hand, Einstein as an icon has been utilized for the sake of comedy for decades now. But when film or TV choose to engage with the reality of the man himself, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Albert Einstein, Comedy Icon? 9 Examples of How Film and TV Depict His Lighter Side

25 April 2017 9:42 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The legacy of Albert Einstein cannot be overstated — even when we take the scientist’s accomplishments for granted, he’s one of our planet’s most famous pop culture figures, recognizable across generations. The way he’s been depicted on screen has ranged from well-researched takes on the man’s life, such as Nat Geo Channel’s new anthology series “Genius,” premiering today, to, shall we say, somewhat more out-there fare.

Read More: ‘Genius’: Albert Einstein Undergoes a Heated Interrogation in Exclusive Sneak Peek — Watch

Below are some of the most notable examples we found featuring the great scientist depicted in a less-than-serious state. What’s interesting about looking at all of these examples together is how on the one hand, Einstein as an icon has been utilized for the sake of comedy for decades now. But when film or TV choose to engage with the reality of the man himself, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Jude Law Set To Star As Albus Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts sequel

12 April 2017 12:40 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

As fans across the globe eagerly await the next adventure in the “Fantastic Beasts” feature film series, Warner Bros. Pictures has announced the actor who will take on the role of one of J.K. Rowling’s most beloved characters. Two-time Academy Award nominee Jude Law has been set to star as Albus Dumbledore in the “Fantastic Beasts” sequel, it was announced today by Toby Emmerich, President and Chief Content Officer, Warner Bros. Pictures.

In the much-anticipated new Wizarding World film, Law will portray Dumbledore long before the iconic wizard became the Headmaster at Hogwarts, as he has been known in the Harry Potter books and movies. We meet him decades earlier, when Dumbledore is still serving as the wizarding school’s Transfiguration professor. He is also a contemporary of Gellert Grindelwald, the charismatic dark wizard who believes wizards are superior to Muggles and No-Majs.

J.K. Rowling, who made her screenwriting »

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Jude Law Cast as Young Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts 2

12 April 2017 11:06 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Everyone's favorite Hogwarts headmaster will have a place in the next Fantastic Beasts film, and now we know that the actor playing young Albus will be renowned actor Jude Law!  More details below!

Every Harry Potter fan who saw Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them knows that the film was mainly a vehicle to set the stage for a much bigger story, in Harry Potter lore.  The battle and relationship between Albus Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald.  We know from the first Fantastic Beasts that Johnny Depp is the Dark Wizard Grindelwald, however, we didn't know who would be cast as the eventual headmaster of Hogwarts, until now.

Jude Law has been announced, by Warner Bros. Studios, to play young Albus Dumbledore in the next Fantastic Beasts film.

Unlike his elder self, this version of Dumbledore will find him, not as headmaster but, as the Transfiguration professor at Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry. »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Matt Malliaros)

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Jude Law Is Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts 2

12 April 2017 10:29 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

As fans across the globe eagerly await the next adventure in the "Fantastic Beasts" feature film series, Warner Bros. Pictures has announced the actor who will take on the role of one of J.K. Rowling's most beloved characters. Two-time Academy Award nominee Jude Law has been set to star as Albus Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2, it was announced today by Toby Emmerich, President and Chief Content Officer, Warner Bros. Pictures.

In the much-anticipated new Wizarding World film, Law will portray Dumbledore long before the iconic wizard became the Headmaster at Hogwarts, as he has been known in the Harry Potter books and movies. We meet him decades earlier, when Dumbledore is still serving as the wizarding school's Transfiguration professor. He is also a contemporary of Gellert Grindelwald, the charismatic dark wizard who believes wizards are superior to Muggles and No-Majs.

J.K. Rowling, who »

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Fantastic Beasts 2 adds Jude Law as young Dumbledore

12 April 2017 10:06 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rob Leane Apr 12, 2017

Jude Law will play the young(er) Albus Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them 2...

Accio major casting news! It's been announced on J.K. Rowling's official Pottermore website that Jude Law has been cast as Albus Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them 2.

He'll be stepping into the role originated by Richard Harris and inhabited for years by Michael Gambon, albeit at a much earlier point in the timeline. 

Mr Law, of course, is known for the Sherlock Holmes films, The Talented Mr Ripley, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Spy, The Young Pope, Side Effects, The Aviator, Alfie, A.I. and a bunch of other stuff.

Fantastic Beasts 2, one assumes, will begin to explore the complicated relationship between Law's Dumbledore and Johnny Depp's dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald. They were once firm friends, and later on they were sworn enemies.

Could this »

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Rogue One Cast and Crew Talk Star Wars Secrets at Ilm

1 April 2017 10:32 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Star Wars fans can now enjoy Rogue One from the comforts of their couch as the first-ever Star Wars Story hit VOD last month before coming to Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On-Demand on April 4. To celebrate, Ryan J. Downey headed to Ilm to meet up with some of the team behind this thrilling sci-fi adventure to explore new secrets and learn more details about the making of the latest Star Wars movie.

On hand to discuss this latest entry in the official Star Wars cinematic canon were Rogue One star Alan Tudyk, who plays K-2So in the movie, along with VFX Supervisor John Knoll, who created the story, and Animation Supervisor Hal Hickel. You can watch them discuss the movie at length in the exclusive video below.

Lucasfilm's Rogue One has definitely established its place within the Star Wars universe and the hearts of moviegoers, becoming »

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‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Replica: Journey Inside Kubrick’s Ethereal Bedroom in New Art Installation

30 March 2017 11:57 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

My God, it’s full of chairs. Devoted fans of Stanley Kubrick in general and “2001: A Space Odyssey” in particular may want to consider a pilgrimage to the 14th Factory, an abandoned jail in Los Angeles that British artist Simon Birch has turned into a series of micro-exhibitions, perhaps the most exciting of which is an exact replica of the bedroom that appears at the end of Kubrick’s sci-fi benchmark.

Read More: ‘Barry Lyndon’ Live Score First Look: Experience Stanley Kubrick’s Period Drama Like Never Before — Watch

That’s notable in part because Kubrick was known to destroy the materials used in his films. Speaking to the South China Morning Post, the Hong Kong–based Birch explains that he and architect Paul Kember “always wanted to reference the film producer and director Stanley Kubrick in the show and then I thought, ‘Why not do something more blatant »

- Michael Nordine

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The Early Word On Paramount’s Ghost In The Shell Movie Is Here

30 March 2017 8:58 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

On the eve of its theatrical release, the first wave of reviews for Ghost in the Shell has surfaced online and at least so far, the critical consensus ranges from good to flat-out pointless.

Staying with the more positive verdicts for the time being, below you’ll find that most, if not all review snippets shower praise on the film’s cutting-edge CGI, which brings the bustling city of neo-Tokyo to life overly well. And though it’s not necessarily a case of style over substance, the main complaint leveled against Ghost in the Shell is that Rupert Sanders’ manga adaptation is derivative of its modern-day genre peers, as opposed to being a nuanced account of Masamune Shirow’s genre-defining source material. Elsewhere, Scarlett Johansson also drew praise for her performance as Major, a best-in-class cyborg sent onto the city streets to fight terrorism head on.

We’ve collected a »

- Michael Briers

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What You Ought to Know About ‘Ghost in the Shell’

27 March 2017 5:52 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Get ready to hack the ghost.

The groundbreaking anime that lead to countless imitators both live-action and in the realm of animation, Ghost in the Shell has long been thought of as a masterpiece. With the new live-action feature lifting sequences right from the pages of Masamune Shirow’s manga, its the perfect time to ask why has Ghost in the Shell influenced so many? And despite the hotly debated casting choices, how will this new adaptation possibly live up to the legacy of its fore-bearer?

The cyberpunk series first got its start from the mind of Masamune Shirow. Shirow had been writing Manga throughout the 1980’s including one of his biggest hits, Appleseed. Appleseed had all the trademarks of Shirow Manga; philosophical, hard science-fiction stories with adequately sexualized female characters. That played well toward a Western market that was just beginning to have access to Japanese Manga and Anime in the early 90’s. When »

- Max Covill

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Do you need to see a film twice for it to work?

20 March 2017 1:27 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew Mar 21, 2017

How many of us revisit a film, if it didn't work for us first time around?

A bit of clickbait avoidance. The answer to the question posed in the title is: it clearly depends on the film. But I think there’s a bit more to it than that. Hence this article.

Let’s start, then, with Stephen Fry. In his relatively recent memoir More Fool Me, he spends a welcome chunk of the opening section discussing books, and how memories of books can leak over time. He ties it into Guy Pearce’s character in Memento, thus earning a few extra geek points from the jar.

But there’s a sentence he writes, on page 15, that struck me at the time, and has struck me regularly since. For he simply recalls that “A friend of mine pointed out recently how absurd it was that people reread »

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