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How ‘A Man Called Ove’ Became a Sleeper For the Best Foreign Film Oscar

22 December 2016 1:59 PM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Edward Arentz is in a good mood. Earlier this year at the Berlin Film Festival, the Music Box Films managing director picked up a little Swedish comedy, “A Man Called Ove.” (That’s “oo-veh.”) No one else was much interested in the grumpy-old-man movie starring the original Wallander, Rolf Lassgård, which falls in the mold of Jack Nicholson’s “About Schmidt” or Clint Eastwood’s “Grand Torino” (without the guns).

 

 

But Arentz found himself crying, laughing, and deeply moved. And over the years he has learned to trust his gut. After all, he picked up U.S. rights to three other little Swedish films that became a worldwide phenomenon, “The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo” series ($22 million U.S. total). That experience paved the way for “A Man Called Ove.” At $3.3 million, it’s the highest-grossing foreign-language film of 2016, has landed on the foreign-language Oscar shortlist, and has a strong shot at a nomination. »

- Anne Thompson

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How ‘A Man Called Ove’ Became a Sleeper For the Best Foreign Film Oscar

22 December 2016 1:59 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Edward Arentz is in a good mood. Earlier this year at the Berlin Film Festival, the Music Box Films managing director picked up a little Swedish comedy, “A Man Called Ove.” (That’s “oo-veh.”) No one else was much interested in the grumpy-old-man movie starring the original Wallander, Rolf Lassgård, which falls in the mold of Jack Nicholson’s “About Schmidt” or Clint Eastwood’s “Grand Torino” (without the guns).

 

 

But Arentz found himself crying, laughing, and deeply moved. And over the years he has learned to trust his gut. After all, he picked up U.S. rights to three other little Swedish films that became a worldwide phenomenon, “The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo” series ($22 million U.S. total). That experience paved the way for “A Man Called Ove.” At $3.3 million, it’s the highest-grossing foreign-language film of 2016, has landed on the foreign-language Oscar shortlist, and has a strong shot at a nomination. »

- Anne Thompson

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The Revival of the Cinema Experience

11 October 2016 5:43 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It wasn’t long ago that the future of cinema seemed to be not so much in doubt but verging on the downright bleak.

After all, renting movies on DVD was cheaper and easier – and that was before the emergence of streaming and downloading films via the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime; even faster, more convenient and certainly more affordable. With the latest films available and accessible to watch, within seconds, from home, why would anyone bother to hike to an out of town cinema and pay around £10 a ticket to watch the same movie in the company of a bunch of complete strangers?

For families in particular, it felt as if a trip to the cinema – once just a staple activity during a weekend afternoon, was being priced out of range bar all but special occasions. Yet far from being under threat, cinema has boomed. According to stats from the UK Cinema Association, »

- Amie Cranswick

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Quantico Premiere Recap: Farm Team

25 September 2016 7:59 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Alex Parrish has a sleek new haircut, a young-professional pantsuit and a nagging suspicion that something very bad is about to happen: Yep, it’s time for Quantico‘s second season.

Sunday’s season premiere catches us up on what all of your favorite NATs have been up to since Simon’s Funeral of Sadness But Also Vindication (working title), and for the most part, everyone is thriving. Alex is a bored CIA analyst. Ryan is preparing to ask her to marry him. Even Caleb has found his equilibrium as a law student. But then those ol’ dual timelines kick in, »

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Harlan Coben Teams with Pay TV Operator Sky on ‘The Four’

18 July 2016 4:17 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

European pay-tv provider Sky is reteaming with bestselling novelist Harlan Coben on an eight-part crime series, “The Four,” as the network continues to ramp up its drama output. The series follows their collaboration on “The Five,” the author’s first original story for TV.

“‘The Four’ is a stand-alone, character-driven thriller that tells the chilling story of an idyllic family community irrevocably shattered by secrets, lies, suspicions and misguided trust,” according to a press statement.

The series is an original story created by Coben and written by Danny Brocklehurst, whose recent credits include “Ordinary Lies.” It is produced by Nicola Shindler’s Red Production Company, which is best known for “Happy Valley” and “Last Tango in Halifax” and which also produced “The Five.” Executive producers are Coben, Brocklehurst and Shindler. It was commissioned by Sky’s head of drama Anne Mensah, commissioning editor Cameron Roach, and director of Sky’s entertainment channel Sky 1, Adam MacDonald.

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- Leo Barraclough

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Secret Cinema: Dirty Dancing review: “The Time Of Your Lives…”

18 July 2016 2:27 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Secret Cinema Dirty Dancing review: Possibly one of the best movie experiences we’ve ever sampled. So much fun that you really will have the ‘Time Of Your Life’.

Secret Cinema Dirty Dancing review by Paul Heath, July 2016.

Secret Cinema Dirty Dancing review

Secret Cinema returns for their latest production, their third of the years so far, an ambitious recreation of the famous Kellerman’s holiday camp from the film Dirty Dancing.

Secret Cinema’s 2016 events all kicked off back in March when the organisers asked us to Tell No One for their cold war event which turned out to be a production based around Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, a title which wasn’t revealed to attendees prior to the event. That wasn’t the case for their lavish follow-up, Secret Cinema presents 28 Days Later, which arrived in »

- Paul Heath

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Giveaway – Win a copy of The Five on Blu-ray and a signed script

29 June 2016 1:58 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To celebrate the release of The Five – recently seen on Sky 1 – created by the fiendishly smart mind of internationally acclaimed thriller writer Harlan Coben,  we’ve got a Blu-ray and a signed copy of the script to giveaway courtesy of Studiocanal.

Four friends who have been bound together by tragedy all their lives are forced to face the past in the most horrifying way as The Five, from the fiendishly smart mind of internationally acclaimed thriller writer Harlan Coben, comes to Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD from July 4th, 2016, courtesy of Studiocanal.

When they were 12-years old, Mark, Pru, Danny and Slade were out together in the woods. Mark’s five-year-old brother Jesse was bothering them, so they told him to get lost. Jesse ran away and was never seen again… Twenty years later, Danny – now a detective – learns that Jesse’s DNA has been found at a murder scene. Is Jesse alive? »

- Villordsutch

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Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart circling The Intouchables remake

31 March 2016 1:17 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Deadline is reporting that The Weinstein Company is prepping a remake of the massively successful French film The Intouchables and may have found its leading men.

Bryan Cranston (Trumbo) and comedian Kevin Hart (Ride Along 2) are said to be in advanced talks over starring in the new film, but a deal for either actor is yet to be been finalised.

The Weinstein Company have long wanted to make an American version of the film, and after years of trying they may finally be about to get their wish, especially after Paul Feig (Ghostbusters) was hired to write the script. Previously, names such as Colin Firth (Bridget Jones’ Baby) and director Tom Shadyac (Bruce Almighty) have been linked. Feig himself was set to make the film after Bridesmaids, but instead opted to write the script only.

Released in 2011, The Intouchables (known as Untouchable in the UK) was a massive success internationally, »

- Scott J. Davis

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Julia Roberts To Adapt Coben's "Fool"

29 March 2016 11:07 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Julia Roberts is attached to both star in and produce the film adaptation of acclaimed author Harlan Coben's "Fool Me Once" for her Red Om Films banner.

Published last week, the story follows a former special ops pilot named Maya (Roberts) who sees an unthinkable image captured by her nanny cam while she is at work - her two-year-old daughter playing with Maya's husband, Joe. You see, Joe was brutally murdered two weeks earlier.

Roberts, Lisa Gillan and Marisa Yeres Gill will produce. Coben's "Tell No One" was adapted into the French film of the same name by Guillaume Canet in 2006.

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- Garth Franklin

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Harlan Coben Launches U.S. Production Company Final Twist With Red’s Nicola Shindler (Exclusive)

8 March 2016 5:00 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — Bestselling author Harlan Coben is launching his own independent production company, Final Twist Productions, in partnership with one of the U.K.’s most successful producers, Red Production Company, best known for Sally Wainwright’s BAFTA award-winning series “Last Tango in Halifax” and “Happy Valley.”

Coben will be joint CEO alongside Red founder Nicola Shindler, with Studiocanal handling international distribution of the original content. Final Twist, which will be based in the U.S., will develop contemporary thrillers for U.S. broadcast networks.

Final Twist is already in development on a major returning drama series, “Six Years,” adapted from Coben’s bestselling novel of the same name. The series tells the story of Jake, a college professor who six years earlier watched the love of his life, Natalie, marry another man. But, when Natalie’s husband is murdered and Jake goes to find her, he discovers that the grieving »

- Leo Barraclough

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Experiencing Secret Cinema 2016, though please, Tell No One…

5 March 2016 3:58 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Secret Cinema 2016 – Tell No One: Airman Lucinda Belltran reporting back to base! The Hollywood News samples the first Secret Cinema event of the year. Secret Cinema 2016 – Tell No One // Photo by Camilla Greenwell

What an experience. We’ve just signed back in from our time at the first of Secret Cinema’s 2016 programme, at a top secret location in London where we were briefed to ‘Tell No One’. We will however, try to give you a taste of what to expect at this brilliant experience which runs in the capital until the 20th of March.

Entering the ‘secured Air Force base,’ we passed troop transports, wire fencing and search lights, before being subjected to a stop & search by uniformed staff. I felt my heartbeat raise with nervous anticipation in case they found anything…. Okay, really they searched my bag and put my mobile out of action via a sealed pouch, »

- Amy Digby

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New U.S. trailer for The Program starring Ben Foster

11 February 2016 6:10 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ahead of its U.S. release next month, a new trailer has arrived online for director Stephen Frears’ biopic The Program, which stars Ben Foster in the lead role as the disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong. Take a look below after the official synopsis…

See Also: Read our ★ ★ ★ review of The Program

From Academy Award® nominated director Stephen Frears (The Queen, Philomena) and producers Working Title (The Theory Of Everything, Everest, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), comes the true story of the meteoric rise and fall of one of the most celebrated and controversial men in recent history, Lance Armstrong.

Based on the award winning book “Seven Deadly Sins” by David Walsh, and featuring a stellar cast including Ben Foster, Chris O’Dowd, Guillaume Canet (Tell No One) and Jesse Plemons (Breaking Bad), this tense and suspenseful thriller looks at how one of the greatest deceptions in the modern era was uncovered »

- Amie Cranswick

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Pathe Boards Guillaume Canet’s ‘Rock n’ Roll’ With Marion Cotillard, Johnny Hallyday

9 February 2016 1:10 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Berlin — Pathe has come on board Guillaume Canet’s “Rock n’ Roll,” a comedy starring Marion Cotillard and famed French singer Johnny Hallyday.

The film, which is currently shooting in and around Paris, is being produced by Alain Attal’s Les Productions du Tresor, the company behind all of Canet’s movies.

“Rock n’ Roll” marks the first collaboration between Pathe and Canet as a director. Pathe is co-producing, handling international sales and will distribute in France. The movie also signals Canet’s return to France after making his English-language debut with “Blood Ties.”

Attal said Canet has requested that the plot of the film remain under wraps. The script of “Rock n’ Roll” is co-written by Philippe Lefebvre, who previously co-penned Canet’s debut “Mon Idole,” a dark comedy, and “Tell No One,” a tense thriller based on Harlan Coben’s novel — both of which were critically acclaimed and commercially successful. »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Novelist Harlan Coben to Speak at MipTV Television Conference

29 January 2016 6:42 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — Television conference MipTV has revealed that its keynote speakers will include best-selling author Harlan Coben, Mattel’s president and chief operating officer Richard Dickson, and president of Vivendi Content and global managing director for the Havas Media Group Dominique Delport. It also announced that it will put a spotlight on German programming during the tradeshow.

The trio of speakers at MipTV, which runs from April 4-7, will explore how today’s talent-led ecosystem is increasingly powered by communities of fans. “This means the traditional content value chain is transforming dramatically, with broadcasters, platforms and creators having to connect to enthusiastic audiences – millennials, Gen Z and beyond – through attractive, innovative, and sticky content,” said Reed Midem, which organizes the event.

Coben’s novels have sold more than 60 million copies, and the last eight novels all debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list. His 2001 thriller “Tell No One »

- Leo Barraclough

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Christian Carion’s ‘Come What May’ Rolls Out Sales (Exclusive)

12 January 2016 6:14 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris – Acquired by Cohen Media Group for the U.S., the Pathe Intl.-sold “Come What May,” directed by France’s Christian Carion, (Oscar-nominated “Merry Christmas,” “Farewell”), one of France’s most ambitious historical filmmakers, has closed pre-sales and early sales.

Sales unveil comes as Pathe has announced a highlight of the 18th UniFrance Rendez-Vous, the French cinema showcase kicking off Jan. 14: A private visit on Jan. 15 of the Cezanne collection at Paris’ Orsay Museum to set in context “Cezanne et Moi,” directed by Daniele Thompson (). Starring Guillaume Gallienne (“Yves Saint Laurent,” “Me, Myself and Mum””) as Cezanne and Guillaume Canet (“Tell No One,” “Jappeloup”) as Emile Zola, his lifelong friend from the age of 13, “Cezanne et moi” is shaping up as one of Pathé’s big 2016 late summer big fest bets.

A father-son love story set against the Fall of France, when from May 1940 about eight million French »

- John Hopewell

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Christian Carion’s ‘Come What May’ Rolls Out Sales

12 January 2016 3:58 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris – Acquired by Cohen Media Group for the U.S., the Pathe Intl.-sold “Come What May,” directed by France’s Christian Carion, (Oscar-nominated “Merry Christmas,” “Farewell”), one of France’s most ambitious historical filmmakers, has closed pre-sales and early sales.

Sales unveil comes as Pathe has announced a highlight of the 18th UniFrance Rendez-Vous, the French cinema showcase kicking off Jan. 14: A private visit on Jan. 15 of the Cezanne collection at Paris’ Orsay Museum to set in context “Cezanne et Moi,” directed by Daniele Thompson (). Starring Guillaume Gallienne (“Yves Saint Laurent,” “Me, Myself and Mum””) as Cezanne and Guillaume Canet (“Tell No One,” “Jappeloup”) as Emile Zola, his lifelong friend from the age of 13, “Cezanne et moi” is shaping up as one of Pathé’s big 2016 late summer big fest bets.

A father-son love story set against the Fall of France, when from May 1940 about eight million French »

- John Hopewell

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