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Cine Latino: The Muy Caliente Stars Behind 'Blackthorn,' 'Paradise Lost,' 'Rock of Ages' and 'Premium Rush'

Cine Latino covers, well, all things relating to Latino culture and the movies, every Friday. Set to hit theaters next week, Blackthorn (Oct. 7) stars Academy Award nominee Sam Shepard and Spanish actor Eduardo Noriega. In case Noriega’s name doesn’t ring a bell he played the Spanish police officer assigned to protect the local mayor in Vantage Point. He’s best known for his work in Europe, especially for his starring role in Novo, a French film directed by Jean-Pierre Limosin, where he takes it all off. He also co-starred with Viggo Mortensen in Alatriste, the most expensive film in the history of Spain. This will be Noriega’s fourth film with director Mateo Gil (Vanilla Sky). Blackthorn premise: Shepard plays Butch Cassidy, a man with a few...

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Cine Latino: The ‘Muy Caliente’ Stars Behind 'Blackthorn', 'Paradise Lost', 'Rock of Ages' and 'Premium Rush'

Cine Latino covers, well, all things relating to Latino culture and the movies, every Friday. Set to hit theaters next week, Blackthorn (Oct. 7) stars Academy Award nominee Sam Shepard and Spanish actor Eduardo Noriega. In case Noriega’s name doesn’t ring a bell he played the Spanish police officer assigned to protect the local mayor in Vantage Point. He’s best known for his work in Europe, especially for his starring role in Novo, a French film directed by Jean-Pierre Limosin, where he takes it all off. He also co-starred with Viggo Mortensen in Alatriste, the most expensive film in the history of Spain. This will be Noriega’s fourth film with director Mateo Gil (Vanilla Sky). Blackthorn premise: Shepard plays Butch Cassidy, a man with a few...

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Spc Goes Cuckoo for Coco: Buys Second Chanel Biopic

  • Following in the footsteps of IFC with their pre-premiere announcements, Sony Pictures ClassicsSony Pictures Classics
[/link] have picked up their second Coco biopic in almost in as many months. Back in mid March the company picked up Coco avant Chanel and now they have picked up Coco when she was in the period of her life where she was a card carrying member of fashion world of Paris. Jan Kounen's Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky is the closing film at this year's Cannes, and we can expect Michael Barker and Tom Bernard to develop the sort of strategy where the roll out of one helps in promoting the next feature. Tautou is a more recognizable face due to her Amelie role and this would allow audiences to be introduced and phased into the lesser known Anna Mouglalis as Chanel. The devine Mouglalis would be most known via her role in Novo and later,
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