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‘Who We Are Now’ Review: Julianne Nicholson Proves Once Again She’s One of the Greatest Actresses Alive — Tiff

14 September 2017 12:49 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

If there were any justice in this sick, sad world, history would remember 2017 as the year that people woke the hell up and stopped taking Julianne Nicholson for granted. There isn’t, and it won’t, but that shouldn’t stop us from giving America’s most under-appreciated screen actress the credit she’s been owed since the last century. Raw and intractably real in a number of small indies that you’ve probably never seen (“Tully,” “Flannel Pajamas”), just as good in a handful of larger films that you probably have (“Kinsey,” “August: Osage County”), and even better in three new movies that you’ll be able to see in the next few months (including “I, Tonya” and “Novitiate”), the elfin Massachusetts native may spend the brunt of her time working “Law & Order” gigs on TV, but she has an authenticity that bigger stars can’t buy and a »

- David Ehrlich

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Liam Neeson retires from action films by Jennie Kermode - 2017-09-12 18:47:53

12 September 2017 10:47 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Liam Neeson faces off against a pack of wolves in The Grey

Speaking at the Toronto International Film Festival today, Liam Neeson announced his retirement from action films. Acknowledging that fans consider him to have special skills in that area, he argued "Guys, I'm sixty fucking five. Audiences are eventually going to go come on!"

Getting into action was an accident in the first place, he said. He has always relished serious roles such as those afforded to him by Schindler's List, Kinsey and, more recently, Martin Scorsese's Silence. despite the fact that studios are still "throwing money" at him to do action films, it's the serious roles that he'd like to concentrate on at this stage in his career.

Neeson is in Toronto to promote Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House, in which he plays the title character - the mysterious source in the »

- Jennie Kermode

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Bill Condon in Early Talks to Direct 'Bride of Frankenstein' Remake

14 April 2017 11:47 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Universal’s remake of The Bride of Frankenstein is targeting Bill Condon for the director’s chair.

Condon, who is behind Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast, is in early talks to helm the movie, which is part of Universal’s planned cinematic universe based on classic monsters of yore, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. (The first entry, The Mummy, starring Tom Cruise, opens June 9.)

David Koepp wrote the most recent draft of the project, which is intended to be an Angelina Jolie vehicle. Securing Condon, considered a prestigious filmmaker thanks to movies such as the musical Dreamgirls, Kinsey and »

- Borys Kit

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‘American Crime’ Season 3: Watch John Ridley, Lili Taylor, & Timothy Hutton on the Show’s ‘Emotional Authenticity’ (Exclusive)

31 March 2017 9:18 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

One of the greatest things about peak television is that heavy-hitting actors like Lili Taylor (“Six feet Under”), Timothy Hutton (“Kinsey”) of “American Crime” are getting a platform to tell raw and authentic stories on primetime. That “American Crime,” the anthology series from “12 Years A Slave” screenwriter John Ridley, can build its drama around racial injustice and abuse of power on network television is another testament to what peak TV has done to embolden broadcasters.

Read More: ‘American Crime’ Review: Season 3 Demands We Reconsider ABC’s Unrelenting Anthology Series

In an exclusive featurette, Taylor and Hutton dive deeper into what makes “American Crime” so engaging. “There’s real honesty in ‘American Crime,’ a real authenticity,” said Taylor, who plays Clair Coates, a former business woman who hires a Haitian nanny named Gabrielle to teach her child French. “I think that John [Ridley] is really good at exploring people’s feelings and emotions. »

- Jude Dry

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‘American Crime’ Season 3: Watch John Ridley, Lili Taylor, & Timothy Hutton on the Show’s ‘Emotional Authenticity’ (Exclusive)

31 March 2017 9:18 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

One of the greatest things about peak television is that heavy-hitting actors like Lili Taylor (“Six feet Under”), Timothy Hutton (“Kinsey”) of “American Crime” are getting a platform to tell raw and authentic stories on primetime. That “American Crime,” the anthology series from “12 Years A Slave” screenwriter John Ridley, can build its drama around racial injustice and abuse of power on network television is another testament to what peak TV has done to embolden broadcasters.

Read More: ‘American Crime’ Review: Season 3 Demands We Reconsider ABC’s Unrelenting Anthology Series

In an exclusive featurette, Taylor and Hutton dive deeper into what makes “American Crime” so engaging. “There’s real honesty in ‘American Crime,’ a real authenticity,” said Taylor, who plays Clair Coates, a former business woman who hires a Haitian nanny named Gabrielle to teach her child French. “I think that John [Ridley] is really good at exploring people’s feelings and emotions. »

- Jude Dry

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7 Filmmaking Tips from Bill Condon

22 March 2017 10:03 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

How to make movies that win awards and break box office records.

Forget Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh. Bill Condon’s career really began with Gods and Monsters, for which he won the adapted screenplay Oscar. He would go on to receive another writing nomination, for Chicago, and over the past 15 years he’s directed award-worthy performances, some of them surprises, he’s drawn non-Twilight fans into that franchise, and he just released what’s looking to be the most successful musical of all time.

Obviously, after the massive opening weekend Condon had with Beauty and the Beast, he’s a filmmaker worth looking up to. He hasn’t always delivered hits or Academy favorites, but the director of such movies as Dreamgirls, Mr. Holmes, Kinsey, The Fifth Estate, and both parts of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn is a distinct talent in Hollywood, one who regularly makes a kind of pop prestige picture, or »

- Christopher Campbell

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The Weekend Warrior 3/17/17: Beauty And The Beast, The Belko Experiment

15 March 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.  And if you're into box office and how movies might do, come play some of the box office games at EZ1 Productions including their new Pick 5 game!

This Past Weekend:

As expected, Legendary Pictures’ Kong: Skull Island won the weekend, and honestly, the Weekend Warrior’s original prediction of $61.6 million was pretty darn close to the movie’s opening weekend which ended up at $61 million. (Unfortunately, I chickened out on Thursday because my prediction was so much higher than all others and lowered it to $58 million, which was Still closer to than every other prediction last weekend.) Also, as expected (at least by me), Hugh Jackman’s Logan took a 2nd weekend tumble as has been the case with most X-Men movies, »

- Edward Douglas

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Bill Condon interview: Beauty And The Beast, Twilight, fandom

5 March 2017 4:58 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew Mar 13, 2017

Beauty & The Beast director Bill Condon on the film, Twilight, fandom, F/X 2 and Die Hard...

Very mild spoilers for Beauty & The Beast. Big spoilers for Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1

Brave man, Bill Condon. The director who has given us films as diverse as Candyman: Farewell To The Flesh, Dreamgirls, Gods And Monsters, two Twilight movies and Kinsey has turned his attention to the live action take on Disney’s 1991 classic, Beauty And The Beast. During his stop off in London to promote the movie, he spared us some time for a chat. Here’s how it went…

I’m your toughest crowd, I suspect. I always wondered what it’d be like if someone ever remade my favourite film and I had to interview them.

What’s you’re favourite film?

Er, the 1991 version of Beauty And The Beast.

Oooohhhhh. Well tell me the things you miss from the original film. »

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‘Beauty and the Beast’ Review: Disney’s Animated Classic Gets A Needless Makeover

3 March 2017 9:00 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Disney wants us to know that Bill Condon’s “Beauty and the Beast” is a vital live-action remake of its own 1991 animated classic. Alan Menken and Tim Rice wrote three new songs for the film, and in interviews, Condon promised the first “exclusively gay moment in a Disney movie.”

They succeeded on one point: The film’s most Broadway-like thrills come from the Menken-Rice tune written as the Beast’s soliloquy. As for that gay moment, it’s tough to know which one he meant. There are a few winks and nods, the most apparent being a gag at the end where Wardrobe dresses three intruders in women’s clothes. In what could have been another tired cross-dressing gag (two men run away in disgust), a third stares directly into camera, beaming. Condon also might have been referring to another blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment, when Monsieur LeFou (Josh Gad), right-hand man to Belle’s suitor Gaston, »

- Jude Dry

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LeFou Embraces Le Fey: Disney Goes Gay In ‘Beauty And The Beast’

1 March 2017 9:03 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Fill in the blank: “No one’s ___ is incredibly thick like Gaston’s.”

The word you’re looking for is “neck.” The line occurs in a song called “Gaston,” the second big number in Disney’s “Beauty And The Beast,” the beloved animated musical from 1991, with music by Alan Menken. The highly anticipated live action remake will star Emma Watson (of “Harry Potter” fame) as book-toting princess Belle, and Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey”) as The Beast.

Read More: ‘Beauty and the Beast’: Emma Watson Says Belle and Beast’s Relationship Isn’t Abusive

The song belongs to a character named LeFou, played here by Josh Gad (“Frozen”), who acts as macho man Gaston’s sidekick and hype man. LeFou continues: “You can ask any Tom, Dick or Stanley/ And they’ll tell you whose team they prefer to be on.” As LeFou continues to sing Gaston’s praises, he »

- Jude Dry

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Berlinale: Le Pacte to Sell, Distribute Kidnap Thriller ‘Monos’

8 February 2017 6:30 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Jean Labadie’s Paris-based Le Pacte is handling worldwide sales rights outside producer countries to “Monos,” the second fiction feature from Alejandro Landes (“Porfirio”).

Introducing the drama-thriller at Berlin, Le Pacte will also distribute “Monos” in France. Le Pacte is also one of its six producers, which includes Colombia’s La Franja, Nicolas Avruj and Diego Lerman’s Campo Cine in Argentina,  Uruguay’s Mutante Cine, the Netherlands’ Lemming Film, and Germany’s Pandora, the latter two longtime co-producers of Latin America movies.

Mutante Cine’s veteran Fernando Epstein is producing with Landes.

Shot in Spanish and English, “Monos” stars Julianne Nicholson (“Black Mass,” “Kinsey”), Moisés Arias, Julian Giraldo, and Sofía Buenaventura. “Monos” was written by Landes and Argentina’s Alexis Dos Santos. Pic begins on a Colombian mountaintop, which looks like a hedonistic summer camp. But it actually houses child soldiers who must make sure that Doctora, a kidnapped American woman, »

- Elsa Keslassy and John Hopewell

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