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Director Adrian Lyne Signs With ICM Partners

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Director Adrian Lyne Signs With ICM Partners
Exclusive: Adrian Lyne has signed with ICM Partners. Lyne directed the steamy and provocative hits Flashdance, Fatal Attraction and Indecent Proposal, but hasn’t directed a film since the 2002 Diane Lane-Richard Gere-starrer Unfaithful. Many have waited a long time for Lyne to get back behind the camera, and the agency’s first order of business will be to help Lyne set up that film. The one he is eager to direct is the David Rayfiel-scripted drama Silence. He is starting…
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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Olivier Martinez

You’ve likely seen him a few times in films such as Swat, Unfaithful, Taking Lives, and several others. Martinez is one of those actors that, whether he’s a good guy or a bad guy, is fun to watch because he is so good at what he does. He is the type of actor that can make you hate him because he gets into his role so much or make you actually feel for him due to the level of emotion he can put into a role. Despite the number of actors in Hollywood at this time that type of acting

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Olivier Martinez
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Olivier Martinez Signs With Apa (Exclusive)

Olivier Martinez Signs With Apa (Exclusive)
Olivier Martinez has signed with Apa, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

The French actor is best known stateside for his role as Diane Lane’s lover in Adrian Lyne’s 2002 adultery drama Unfaithful. His performance in 1993’s Un, deux, trois, soleil won him the Cesar Award, France’s highest film honor, for most promising actor.

Martinez most recently starred on National Geographic Channel’s Mars. His other feature credits include Julian Schnabel’s Before Night Falls (starring opposite Javier Bardem); S.W.A.T., opposite Colin Farrell; Taking Lives with Angelina Jolie; Dark Tide (where he met former wife Halle Berry); and The Physician...
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Olivier Martinez Signs With Apa (Exclusive)

Olivier Martinez has signed with Apa, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

The French actor is best known stateside for his role as Diane Lane’s lover in Adrian Lyne’s 2002 adultery drama Unfaithful. His performance in 1993’s Un, deux, trois, soleil won him the Cesar Award, France’s highest film honor, for most promising actor.

Martinez most recently starred on National Geographic Channel’s Mars. His other feature credits include Julian Schnabel’s Before Night Falls (starring opposite Javier Bardem); S.W.A.T., opposite Colin Farrell; Taking Lives with Angelina Jolie; Dark Tide (where he met former wife Halle Berry); and The Physician...
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Here’s Liam Neeson as Deep Throat in new clip from The Silent Man

Sony Pictures Classics have provided us with our very first look at Liam Neeson as Deep Throat, the infamous whistle blower in the first clip from the upcoming The Silent Man.

The film revovles around Mark Felt – aka Deep Throat, the pseudonym given to the notorious whistle blower for one of the greatest scandals of all time, Watergate. The true identity of the secret informant remained a mystery and source of much public curiosity and speculation for more than 30 years. That is until, in 2005, special agent Mark Felt shockingly revealed himself as the tipster. This unbelievable true story chronicles the personal and professional life of the brilliant and uncompromising Felt, who risked and ultimately sacrificed everything – his family, his career, his freedom – in the name of justice.

Also starring in the film are the likes of Diane Lane (Unfaithful), Marton Csokas (The Equalizer), Josh Lucas (The Lincoln Lawyer), Tony Goldwyn
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Alex Pettyfer to Make Directorial Debut With ‘Back Roads’ (Exclusive)

Alex Pettyfer to Make Directorial Debut With ‘Back Roads’ (Exclusive)
Alex Pettyfer, the British star of “Magic Mike,” “Endless Love” and last year’s “Elvis & Nixon,” is set to make his directorial debut with “Back Roads,” a murder mystery in which he will also star opposite Jennifer Morrison and Juliette Lewis.

The drama marks the debut feature of Upturn Productions, the label set up by Pettyfer and partner Craig Robinson in 2015. Filming has begun in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Based on the 1999 debut novel of the same name by American author Tawni O’Dell, “Back Roads” tells the story of Harley Altmyer (Pettyfer), who finds himself caring for his three younger sisters following the death of their abusive father and imprisonment of their mother for his murder. Altmyer’s life takes a dangerous turn when he develops a relationship with a married mother of two and a series of staggering family secrets threatens to consume him. Eventually he finds himself the
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In a fix, part 2 by Anne-Katrin Titze

Michael Sheen, Lior Ashkenazi and Richard Gere in Norman: The Moderate Rise And Tragic Fall Of A New York Fixer

Joseph Cedar for his latest film (his previous two having been Oscar-nominated) has assembled an outstanding cast - Lior Ashkenazi, Harris Yulin, Hank Azaria, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Dan Stevens, Michael Sheen, Steve Buscemi, Josh Charles, and Isaach De Bankolé - to work with Richard Gere in Norman: The Moderate Rise And Tragic Fall Of A New York Fixer.

Joseph Cedar on the costumes: "Michelle Matland is the person I should be crediting. We did these wardrobe trials at Ann Roth's studio." Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

Meeting me for breakfast, the director spoke about Gere's films - Rob Marshall's Chicago, Adrian Lyne's Unfaithful, and Oren Moverman's Time Out Of Mind and The Dinner, screening at this year's Tribeca Film Festival. An aside to Terry Jones's Monty Python's Life Of Brian
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Trailer Watch: Diane Lane Takes the Trip of a Lifetime in Eleanor Coppola’s “Paris Can Wait”

Paris Can Wait

“Driving is the only way to see a country,” Anne (Diane Lane) is told in a new trailer for “Paris Can Wait.” She and her husband (Alec Baldwin) are visiting Cannes from the U.S., but unforeseen circumstances lead to Anne embarking on a two-day road trip from Cannes to Paris with her husband’s business associate, Jacques (Arnaud Viard). The romantic comedy marks writer-director Eleanor Coppola’s first foray into feature narrative filmmaking

Based on the trailer, spending time with Jacques is a refreshing change of pace for Anne, who has grown accustomed to her self-involved, perpetually distracted husband. Jacques encourages her to slow down and savor the food, scenery, and architecture that France has to offer.

It’s unclear whether or not a romance develops between Anne and Jacques, but their connection is strong enough to make her husband feel threatened. “Don’t forget — he’s a Frenchman,” he says of Jacques when Anne mentions that they are spending the night at a hotel together. And it seems as though his fears are justified. “Are you happy?” Jacques asks Anne at dinner. “We have a good marriage,” she says. He insists, “That’s not what I asked you. Are you happy?”

Coppola previously directed 1991’s “Hearts Of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse.” The doc centers on the making of “Apocalypse Now,” which was helmed by Francis Ford Coppola, her husband.

Lane received a Best Actress Oscar nomination in 2003 for “Unfaithful,” a drama about a woman whose marriage is derailed when she begins an affair. Her recent credits include “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” “Trumbo,” and “Inside Out.”

Paris Can Wait” made its world premiere at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. You can catch it in theaters beginning May 12. Watch the trailer to check out Anne’s amazing, indulgent trip.

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‘Pretty Woman’: Looking Back at Julia Roberts’ Star-Making Role

‘Pretty Woman’: Looking Back at Julia Roberts’ Star-Making Role
On March 21, 1990, Touchstone Pictures previewed “Pretty Woman” at the Avco Westwood near UCLA, two days before its national launch. Variety columnist Army Archerd reported that laughter drowned out much of the dialogue and young Julia Roberts “is headed for heavy stardom.” In retrospect, that seems like a pretty safe prediction, but Roberts was not well known when she was cast in the film. (She had completed her role as Sally Fields’ daughter in “Steel Magnolias,” but the film hadn’t been released yet). Roberts was only cast in “Pretty Woman” after numerous other actresses had passed on the role, including Meg Ryan, Karen Allen, Molly Ringwald, Diane Lane and Michelle Pfeiffer.

And the project began with a much darker tone; in J.F. Lawton’s original screenplay, streetwalker Vivian (Roberts) agrees to give up cocaine for her week with banker Edward (Richard Gere), but at the end he dumps her back
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Sociopsychological Drama with Central Gay Character, French Film Icon Top Nsfc Choices

2016 movies Things to Come (pictured) and Elle have earned French cinema icon Isabelle Huppert her – surprisingly – first National Society of Film Critics Best Actress Award. 2016 Movies: Isabelle Huppert & 'Moonlight' among National Society of Film Critics' top picks Earlier today (Jan. 7), the National Society of Film Critics announced their top 2016 movies and performances. Somewhat surprisingly, this year's Nsfc list – which generally contains more offbeat entries than those of other U.S.-based critics groups – is quite similar to their counterparts', most of which came out last December. No, that doesn't mean the National Society of Film Critics has opted for the crowd-pleasing route. Instead, this awards season U.S. critics have not infrequently gone for even less mainstream entries than usual. Examples, among either the Nsfc winners or runners-up, include Isabelle Huppert in Elle, Moonlight, Toni Erdmann, Casey Affleck in Manchester by the Sea, and Lily Gladstone in Certain Women. French
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Sidney Kimmel Entertainment Flying High With ‘Hell or High Water’

Sidney Kimmel Entertainment Flying High With ‘Hell or High Water’
Sidney Kimmel Entertainment is shedding its usual low profile, flying high with its Texas drama, “Hell or High Water,” becoming a serious awards contender.

Jeff Bridges has received a Gotham Awards nomination for his role as a Texas Ranger tracking down a pair of bankrobbing brothers. Taylor Sheridan’s screenplay for the film that debuted in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard has also nabbed a Gotham nomination. Domestic grosses on the $12 million project have gone past $27 million for Lionsgate/CBS Films. Not bad for Ske, which seems to have found solid ground in the ever-shifting and contracting independent marketplace.

Carla Hacken, who joined the company in 2014 as president of production after stints at Fox and New Regency, admits that “Hell or High Water” — Ske bought the Black List script in 2012 — required steadfast backing from Kimmel during its development. That included shooting in 110 degree heat in the early summer.

“It’s so
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Governors Awards: Inside Hollywood’s Attempt to Clear Post-Election Fog and Kickstart Oscar Race

Governors Awards: Inside Hollywood’s Attempt to Clear Post-Election Fog and Kickstart Oscar Race
In its own way, the Governors Awards is the most important film event of the year. On the surface, it’s the Academy Awards rendered in miniature as the Academy Board of Governors presents honorary Oscars to veteran film artists. But in reality, this is the Oscar starting gun wrapped in tuxedos and Louboutins: There’s never greater proximity to Academy voters.

Launched in 2009 to present career awards while not extending the already-long Oscarcast, the Governors Awards are meant to evoke the more-intimate feel of early Academy Award ceremonies. However, Oscar consultants quickly saw the event as an odyssey in its own right, since it provides an opportunity for intimate, grade-a campaigning just at the start of Phase 1 — the period that defines the Oscar season up until nominations are announced.

It’s a moment that won’t be matched for the rest of the season, but it also makes for
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Governors Awards: Inside Hollywood’s Attempt to Clear Post-Election Fog and Kickstart Oscar Race

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Governors Awards: Inside Hollywood’s Attempt to Clear Post-Election Fog and Kickstart Oscar Race
In its own way, the Governors Awards is the most important film event of the year. On the surface, it’s the Academy Awards rendered in miniature as the Academy Board of Governors presents honorary Oscars to veteran film artists. But in reality, this is the Oscar starting gun wrapped in tuxedos and Louboutins: There’s never greater proximity to Academy voters.

Launched in 2009 to present career awards while not extending the already-long Oscarcast, the Governors Awards are meant to evoke the more-intimate feel of early Academy Award ceremonies. However, Oscar consultants quickly saw the event as an odyssey in its own right, since it provides an opportunity for intimate, grade-a campaigning just at the start of Phase 1 — the period that defines the Oscar season up until nominations are announced.

It’s a moment that won’t be matched for the rest of the season, but it also makes for
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Movie Review: The campy Girl On The Train can’t catch up to Gone Girl

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“I read once that when a train hits, it can rip the clothes right off of you,” says Megan Hipwell (Haley Bennett), a beautiful blond in snakeskin boots, idly half-straddling a sofa while her very handsome therapist, Dr. Kamal Abdic (Édgar Ramírez), strokes his bearded chin like a pervert trying to play it cool. This is how it is in The Girl On The Train: attractive, bored, and oh-so-disaffected residents of New York’s cushy Westchester County, acting in ways that don’t resemble actual human behavior to create a matrix of deception, infidelity, voyeurism, and murder. A couple of decades ago, this hodgepodge of suspicion and literally steamy sex might have been an Adrian Lyne movie (Lyne’s fine Claude Chabrol remake Unfaithful seems to have had some influence on the setting); in today’s Hollywood, it’s an attempt to replicate the corrosive arch knowingness of David Fincher
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Expanded Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Details Announced

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Burbank, CA, June 2, 2016 – Prepare for war when Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice arrives onto Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD. The extended cut will be available on all Blu-ray formats and Digital HD.

In Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, fearing the actions of a god-like Super Hero left unchecked, Gotham City’s own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis’s most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what sort of hero it really needs. And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it’s ever known before.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition features an extended cut of the film which includes 30 more minutes of story and action not seen in theaters. The extended cut is rated R.
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Nicole Kidman to star in Adrian Lyne’s Silent Wife

Variety is reporting that Nicole Kidman (Queen of the Desert) has signed on to star in Silent Wife, which is being directed by Adrian Lyne (Unfaithful) from a script by Billy Ray (Captain Phillips).

Silent Wife follows “a spouse who discovers that her husband is leaving her for a younger woman. She responds by beginning to plan his murder.”

The project follows hot on the heels of the news that Michael Douglas and Halle Berry are to appear in Silence, another upcoming film from Lyne, whose past credits include the likes of Fatal Attraction and 9 1/2 Weeks.
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Michael Douglas and Halle Berry join Adrian Lyne’s Silence

Adrian Lyne, director of such hits as Fatal Attraction and 9 1/2 Weeks, is returning behind the camera for the first time in fourteen years to helm Silence.

Lyne, whose last effort was 2002’s Unfaithful, is reuniting with his Fatal Activation star Michael Douglas for the new film, while Halle Berry (X-Men: Days of Future Past, Monster’s Ball) has also joined the cast.

Silence will be set in Chicago “during a snow-covered Christmas in the 1960s, when for John Carpenter, the holiday spirit is broken by violence throughout the city, and an unlikely stranger named Silence saves his life during a deadly riot. It leaves you questioning how far you would go to protect the ones you love.”

Lyne is also set to direct Silent Wife, another project soon to go into production with Nicole Kidman (The Family Fang) starring.
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Douglas, Berry Set For Lyne's "Silence"

Michael Douglas and Halle Berry have come aboard to star in "Fatal Attraction" and "Unfaithful" director Adrian Lyne's "Silence" at Lotus Entertainment.

The story set in Chicago during a snow-covered Christmas in the 1960s, when for John Carpenter, the holiday spirit is broken by violence throughout the city, and an unlikely stranger named Silence saves his life during a deadly riot.

The film aims to leaves you questioning how far you would go to protect the ones you love. The project is separate from the Lyne and Nicole Kidman's "Silent Wife" which the pair are working on that was introduced at the Afm last year.

Lyne, Will Packer and James Lopez are producing.

Source: Deadline
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'Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice' Hits $800 Million Worldwide

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Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice continues to hit new heights at the box office, reaching a worldwide total of more than $800 million and counting. The announcement was made today by Veronika Kwan Vandenberg, President of Worldwide Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures.

Kwan Vandenberg said:

“We want to thank our partners in exhibition for their unwavering support in delivering the film, day-and-date, to a record number of screens for a March corridor, further demonstrating our commitment to a 12-month strategy for films of every genre. We also want to thank fans around the world for sharing their passion for these characters and this story by heading to the theatres for ‘Batman v Superman,’ and we congratulate the cast and filmmakers on the film’s ongoing success.”

The domestic box office now stands at $301.2 million, with the international box office at $500.5 million, for a global total of $801.7 million.
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'Batman v Superman' Featurette Shows How Zod's Body Was Made

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'Batman v Superman' Featurette Shows How Zod's Body Was Made
For the blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Adi created two ultra-realistic replicas of the deceased General Zod that would withstand close scrutiny by a camera lense. Fitness trainer Greg Plitt came to Adi for us to lifecast his body from the neck down while our colleague Barney Burman loaned us a headcast of actor Michael Shannon. Once the Shannon headcast was copied both the head and body were run in silicone with a polyfoam fill to make them solid. Tony Matijevich, Brian Clawson, and Tim Leach created both Zod bodies. Denise Baer punched hair; Mike Larrabee painted both Zods. You can check out the whole process in this cool new video,

Following his titanic struggle against General Zod, Metropolis has been razed to the ground and Superman is the most controversial figure in the world. While for many he is still an emblem of hope, a growing number
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