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The Songs of "Spellbound": Q&A with Producer Kevin Bannerman

22 April 2014 12:09 PM, PDT | Hollywonk | See recent Hollywonk news »

Spellbound, the animated test movie from Amazon Studios features five original songs. We asked producer Kevin Bannerman (Anastasia, Ice Age) on the role the songs played and how it shaped the film.

How do songs help shape a movie?

It helps shape the movie’s tone. They can often show screenwriters a side of the character that hasn’t been explored. With a lyricist, the characters can develop a sense of humor and personality through their songs.

What song is the most pivotal in the movie?

Each song is unique in its own way because each individual song has its own special reason for being. “New Breeze Blowing” is important because it takes the relationship between Lottie and Bastien to new heights (pun intended). But “The Road to Riches” is just as important for several reasons: it gives us an insight into Horace, it allows Lottie and Horace to have »

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Johnny Depp Facts: 33 Things You (Probably) Don't Know About the A-List Star

18 April 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Believe it or not, Johnny Depp has been lighting up the silver screen for three decades.

Since breaking out on the hit show "21 Jump Street," Depp has become well known for his eccentric roles, most notably as the suave pirate Captain Jack Sparrow. While the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise made him a bankable star, Depp owes much of his career to renowned director Tim Burton for collaborations such as "Edward Scissorhands" (1990) and "Sleepy Hollow" (1999) -- just to name two.

But there's still much to know about the international star. From his early ambitions as a musician to his surprising fear, here are 33 things you probably don't know about Johnny Depp.

1. Depp was born in Owensboro, Kentucky in 1963 to Betty Sue Palmer, a waitress, and John Christopher Depp, a civil engineer.

2. He and his family moved frequently during his childhood, living in more than 20 different places before settling in Miramar, »

- Jonny Black

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Amazon Studios Greenlights Two New Pilots: "The Cosmopolitans" and "Hand of God"

9 April 2014 9:48 AM, PDT | Hollywonk | See recent Hollywonk news »

Amazon Studios today announced it has greenlit two new pilots—the half hour dramatic comedy The Cosmopolitans, from Whit Stillman, and one hour drama Hand of God from Executive Producers Marc Forster, Ben Watkins, Ron Perlman, Brian Wilkins and Jeff King—for its third pilot season debuting later this year on Amazon Instant Video. Customers will once again be invited to watch and provide feedback on the shows they want to see turned into full series, which will then become available on Prime Instant Video. Additional pilots joining The Cosmopolitans and Hand of God in the third pilot season will be announced in the coming weeks. More on the pilots:

The Cosmopolitans

Written, directed and produced by Academy Award nominee Whit Stillman (Metropolitan, Barcelona, The Last Days of Disco), The Cosmopolitans follows a group of young American expatriates in Paris searching for love and friendship in a foreign city. The »

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Amazon Announces New Pilots

9 April 2014 9:34 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Amazon Studios hasn’t backed out from its commitment to creating original series’ for their Instant Video streaming service. Despite Netflix running away as the #1 streaming network, Amazon has announced that a third round of pilots are set to premiere later this year. They’re also going to keep their unique, quasi fan-sourced, approach alive. See, on Amazon, when they launch a pilot they allow the viewers a window of time to offer direct feedback about whether or not they’d like to see the series get a full season order.

They’ve found some success with recent shows like Alpha House and Betas, while notable flops like their series adaptation of Zombieland famously tanked during the network’s ambitious first attempt at creating something original.

Amazon Studios that the network’s third round of pilots will include the following two shows:

The Cosmopolitans

Written, directed and produced by Academy Award nominee Whit Stillman (Metropolitan, »

- Mario-Francisco Robles

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Amazon greenlights new pilot 'The Cosmopolitans,' starring Adam Brody and Chloe Sevigny

9 April 2014 9:32 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Amazon Studios continues to curate original programming featuring big-name stars with the announcement that it has greenlit two new pilots: the half-hour dramatic comedy The Cosmopolitans and the hour-long drama Hand of God.

The Cosmopolitans finds Adam Brody returning to television in his first starring role since The O.C. He plays Jimmy, an American living in Paris whose romantic adventures intertwine with a group of fellow ex-pats, including Vicky, played by Chloë Sevigny. Dree Hemingway and Shaun Evans also star in the pilot from writer/director Whit Stillman (Metropolitan, Barcelona). Production begins this week on location in Paris.

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- Amber Ray

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Amazon Greenlights New Pilots Starring Adam Brody, Chloë Sevigny

9 April 2014 9:05 AM, PDT | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Not content with tripling its streaming traffic over the past year, Amazon just greenlit a pair of star-studded pilots it hopes will help add to an even more sizable streaming video audience in 2014. The half-hour dramatic comedy The Cosmopolitans and the hourlong drama Hand of God will premiere during Amazon’s third pilot season later this year on Amazon Instant Video, when and where viewers will be encouraged to provide feedback on their favorite shows they want to see turned into fully fledged series. The Cosmopolitans is written, directed, and produced by Academy Award nominee Whit Stillman (Metropolitan, Barcelona, The Last Days of Disco) and follows a group of American expats in Paris “searching for love and friendship in a foreign city.” That group of includes characters played by Adam Brody, Chloe Sevigny, Carrie MacLemore, Dree Hemingway, Freddy Abslom, Shaun Evans, and Adriano Giannini, all of which are on location »

- Joshua Cohen

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New Photos From Wally Pfister’s Transcendence – Stars Johnny Depp

4 April 2014 11:17 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Set in a not-too-distant future, Transcendence explores the very real possibility that humans—in our attempts to create a better, more efficient, more self-sustaining world through technology—can go too far. For emotions are not always positive: doesn’t a machine that has the capacity for kindness also have the capacity for menace?

Wally Pfister, a renowned cinematographer making his feature directorial debut on the film, states, “I was struck by the power and the weight of the ideas in this story, which I think are very much on people’s minds right now.”

Transcendence” proposes that we can achieve what’s been called singularity. Pfister comments, “As we define it for the film, singularity is basically the uploading of the human brain into a super computer: the duplication of every synapse, every neuron…every bit of activity in the brain goes into a machine, which then becomes sentient.”

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- Michelle McCue

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Exhale: Lessons from the 2013-2014 Oscars season

9 March 2014 11:09 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A week ago the 86th Academy Awards wrapped up what was one of the closest Best Picture races in history. An awards season full of unexpected distractions, pretenders and results came to an end. Many in Hollywood could finally take a deep breath and exhale. No matter how long you've covered the game there is always something to learn over the course of a season. Here are a few lessons that have been percolating in the back of my mind, something to take into account as we (eventually) segue into the next Oscars campaign. And yes, it's really not that far away. Never doubt the Academy's resolve to do the right thing This past weekend I randomly caught up with two Oscar voters who volunteered that they voted for "Gravity" (although they did expect a "12 Years a Slave" outcome). It was a reminder that the vote was likely still as close as we thought, »

- Gregory Ellwood

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Deadline’s Oscars Blog: ‘12 Years A Slave’, ‘Gravity’ And Boredom Reign Supreme

2 March 2014 5:30 PM, PST | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Here we are again after the Golden Globes,  Mike Fleming and Anita Busch taking on the task of play by play during the most wide-open Oscar race we can remember. Even on the party circuit, industry insiders who usually have a grasp of who’ll walk away with Oscars were evenly torn between Alfonso Cuaron’s 3D masterpiece Gravity and Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave. Then again, there were so many terrific films that got Best Picture nominations, and all of them have at least a puncher’s chance at an upset. Related: Oscars: Pete Hammond’s Absolute Final Predictions That includes American Hustle, where David O Russell co-wrote the Best Original Script nominee with Eric Warren Singer and got tour de force performances and nominations for Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence. Perfs so strong there was no room on the nomination roster for perennial Oscar nominee Jeremy Renner. »

- MIKE FLEMING JR

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Pre-Oscar Party Star Sightings: Taylor Swift, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway and More!

2 March 2014 1:19 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It's time to celebrate the Oscars! The festivities were in full swing on Saturday evening in Tinseltown as this year's nominees and many A-listers gathered at some hot-spot celebrations around town. Taylor Swift, clad in an Oscar De La Renta ivory Chantilly lace embroidered dress, posed with 18-time Oscar nominee Meryl Streep and Jaime King at the Weinstein Company Pre-Oscar Party at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills. The country superstar was spotted chatting with Harvey Weinstein, a source tells E! News. Weinstein also introduced Jason Alexander to the stage and he performed four songs from the musical Finding Neverland. Other celebs in attendance included Kim Kardashian, Oprah Winfrey, »

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Oscar Parties: Meryl, Oprah Among VIPs at Weinstein Bash

2 March 2014 12:13 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Weinstein Co. is known for its British projects (like this year’s best picture nominee “Philomena”) but its night-before-the-Oscars party at Scarpetta in Beverly Hills seemed to be channeling “Upstairs, Downstairs.”

The upstairs floor of Saturday’s party was packed with Vips like Oprah Winfrey, Michael B. Jordan, Meryl Streep and Robert De Niro, while the first-floor was decidedly less fabulous with all the the non-famous guests. A staircase, guarded by four bodyguards, separated these two worlds.

The upstairs gathering started with a seated dinner and there was a special performance by Gary Barlow and other musicians performing several numbers from the new musical “Finding Neverland” with Jason Alexander narrating. The show, based on the 2004 movie released by the Weinsteins, is headed for Broadway next year.

Photos: Oscar Week Parties

By around 11 p.m., a huge crowd of actors, agents and buyers had gathered at the staircase, as they »

- Variety Staff

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Gary Barlow performs for Hollywood stars at Pre-Oscar party - pictures

2 March 2014 7:50 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Gary Barlow performed at Harvey Weinstein's Academy Award Nominees Dinner last night (March 1).

The star sang a selection of songs from Weinstein's upcoming musical Finding Neverland - which Barlow co-wrote the music and lyrics for.

The Take That singer was joined on stage by West End star Laura Michelle Kelly, as well as Eliot Kennedy and Jason Alexander.

Celebrities in attendance at the pre-Oscar party included Meryl Streep, Oprah Winfrey, Bono, Robert De Niro and Sienna Miller.

Also at the star-studded event were Barlow's former X Factor colleague Nicole Scherzinger, Taylor Swift, Heidi Klum and Kim Kardashian.

12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen attended the party, while the Oscar-nominated film's lead star Chiwetel Ejiofor also made an appearance.

The movie is up for nine awards at tonight's ceremony (March 2), including 'Best Picture', 'Best Director' and 'Best Actor'.

The 2014 Oscars will be held tonight, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres live from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. »

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Meme: Clay Aiken Officially Files For Congress, Michael Sam Did Not Display First Openly Gay Erect Penis At the NFL Combine

28 February 2014 4:48 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Gabourey Sadibe and the gay mimes, The Muppets sing “We’re Doing a Sequel,” Disney World dumps Boy Scout sponsorship

Matthew Morrison is set to star in Harvey Weinstein’s stage production of Finding Neverland. Because when you think of someone to step into the role Johnny Depp played, you automatically think of Matthew Morrison.

As these Right To Discriminate laws pop up (and hopefully die) all over the country, it’s important to remember that no so long ago, “religious liberty” was also used as an excuse for racism.

Clay Aiken has officially filed the papers to run for Congress in the 2nd District in North Carolina against incumbent Republican Renee Ellmers, assuming he makes it out of a crowded Democratic primary.

Ellen Burstyn is set to star as the lesbian aunt in the Amy Poehler produced sitcom Old Soul, about a woman who takes care of elderly people »

- Ed Kennedy

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Matthew Morrison Set For Harvey Weinstein’s Musical ‘Finding Neverland’

27 February 2014 3:38 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

We’ve learned that Matthew Morrison has landed the lead role in Harvey Weinstein‘s musical theater project Finding Neverland. Based on the 2004 film that starred Johnnie Depp, Finding Neverland is the story of the growing bond between playwright J.M. Barrie and a family who inspired him to create Peter Pan. Morrison has been tapped to play Barrie. Weinstein has long invested in Broadway productions, but this is the first major theater project he will shepherd. A developmental workshop of the show is planned for March. If that goes well, it will be followed by the U.S. premiere in late summer at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Ma. Morrison, who appeared on Fox’s Glee, has numerous Broadway credits including the revival of South Pacific in 2008 and a Tony-nominated role in The Light In The Piazza in 2005. »

- THE DEADLINE TEAM

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Matthew Morrison Plans Return to the Stage in 'Finding Neverland'

27 February 2014 3:02 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

New York -- After a prolonged absence from musical theater during his five-season run on Fox's Glee, Matthew Morrison is slated to return to the stage in Finding Neverland, the first major theater project spearheaded by Harvey Weinstein. According to an unconfirmed report in The New York Times, Morrison has been cast as Peter Pan author J.M. Barrie in an upcoming developmental workshop of the musical, adapted from the 2004 Miramax release of the same name that starred Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet. The show traces the story of Barrie's friendship with a woman and four fatherless children who

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- David Rooney

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Transcendence Trailer Will Mess With Your Mind

14 February 2014 10:55 AM, PST | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

The Transcendence trailer may give you a look at a Johnny Depp that you never imagined. The curious sci-fi effort puts Depp in the role of transferred consciousness, and sets him against a group trying to make sure no one ever… does what he already did.

This is a different-looking film, and it showcases the cast awfully well, even if it may have some trouble selling you on what’s going on. One of the coolest parts of the trailer is how it runs toward the weird, possibly starts losing you with the pure oddity of what it shows, and then pulls Morgan Freeman out of the wings, and leaves you thinking, “Oh, well, I guess it’s fine then.”

Whatever your take on the trailer, this is going to be an interesting film.

Check out all the info below, and let me know what you think of this one. »

- Marc Eastman

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Peter Pan at the movies: From Disney to Steven Spielberg's Hook

12 February 2014 5:20 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Peter Pan found himself back in the headlines this week with the news that Warner Bros is launching a nationwide casting search to find a new boy who'll never grow up. The Joe Wright-directed film will explore the origins of Jm Barrie's character with Hugh Jackman as pirate Blackbeard and Garrett Hedlund playing a young James Hook.

Digital Spy takes a look at five other movies that have used Barrie as inspiration to create some movie magic.

Peter Pan (1953)

There had been a Pan movie before (a silent film released in 1924), but this Disney-produced offering proved to be a big hit in the early '50s. Turning Barrie's acclaimed play into an animated musical, the Disney version even spawned a sequel (2002's Return to Neverland) and a spinoff series revolving around pixie Tinker Bell (more on that later).

Hook (1991)

A continuation of Barrie's story, Steven Spielberg took the helm »

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Seth Gordon Seduced By Queen Of Hearts

5 February 2014 4:02 PM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Seth Gordon is racking up the future projects this week. Having just been attached to direct the long-in-the-works Uncharted movie, he's now also developing Queen Of Hearts from the Black List debut screenplay by Stephanie Shannon.The title obviously refers to Lewis Carroll and Alice's Adventures In Wonderland, but Queen Of Hearts is more along the lines of Marc Forster's 2004 film Finding Neverland (centered on Peter Pan's J. M. Barrie) than those of Tim Burton's Alice and its incoming sequel by James Bobin.This story will centre on Lewis Carroll - a pen-name for Charles Dodgson - and the "passionate affair" that leaves him broken-hearted and leads him to write his most famous work.From that description it seems unlikely that the relationship in focus is that of Dodgson and Alice Liddell, so we'd assume his affair in the story is with Alice's mother Lorina, with whom he's known to have been close. »

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Seth Gordon Also Set to Direct Black Listed Script 'Queen of Hearts'

5 February 2014 2:26 PM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Just yesterday, Horrible Bosses and Identity Thief director Seth Gordon was said to be heading into a completely different genre by being at the helm of the video game adaptation Uncharted: Drake's Fortune. Now Deadline has word of Gordon taking on another non-comedy project with OddLot Entertainment picking up Queen of Hearts, the script from debut writer Stephanie Shannon which made the Black List last year. Not unlike Finding Neverland or last year's Saving Mr.Banks, the film chronicles a passionate affair that ended in heartbreak, prompting Lewis Carroll to write the book Alice in Wonderland. It's not quite the same as some other revisionist fairytale adaptations like Maleficent and Cinderella coming from Disney soon, and it actually sounds like a very intriguing story. Shannon has been poised to make a splash after winning the 2013 Academy Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting competition. It's another very different project for Gordon who launched »

- Ethan Anderton

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Marc Forster Will Direct Red Rising

5 February 2014 12:52 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Marc Forster is a somewhat hit-or -miss filmmaker. For every Finding Neverland and Monster’s Ball he does, there’s also a World War Z and, even worse, Quantum of Solace. Despite the mostly negative reactions (from both critics and audiences) to his last adaptation, the aforementioned World War Z, the director will be trying once again to adapt a novel and this time, it’s Pierce Brown’s Red Rising.

Set on a desolate Mars, the film will revolve around “a lower-class protagonist who becomes a revolutionary and sets about upending an oppressive power.” Joe Roth is on board to produce and is looking at two studios for funding. Those studios were not named, but we do know that Paramount isn’t in the mix, though that studio will be proceeding with a sequel to World War Z without Forster attached.

If you’re unfamiliar with Red Rising, you »

- Matt Joseph

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