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Check Out The New Trailer for Terrence Malick’s Knight Of Cups

15 December 2014 7:27 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

“Once there was a young prince whose father, the king of the East, sent him down into Egypt to find a pearl. But when the prince arrived, the people poured him a cup. Drinking it, he forgot he was the son of a king, forgot about the pearl and fell into a deep sleep.”

Written and directed by Terrence Malick, watch the first trailer for Knight Of Cups.

The cast includes Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman, Brian Dennehy, Antonio Banderas, Freida Pinto, Wes Bentley, Isabel Lucas, Teresa Palmer, Imogen Poots, Armin Mueller-Stahl and the voice of Ben Kingsley.

Knight Of Cups will have its World Premiere in the Competition Programme at the 65th Berlin Film Festival in 2015.

Bale plays a man caught up in a life of Hollywood excess.

Malick recently produced the black and white film, The Better Angels, the story of President Abraham Lincoln’s days in Indiana. »

- Michelle McCue

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Terrence Malick's Knight of Cups trailer is high on Christian Bale, excess, and temptation

15 December 2014 1:36 PM, PST | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Terrence Malick is an enigma. 

The infamously press-shy writer-director worked sporadically at best until very recently, taking years off between films.  After The Tree of Life was released in 2011, Malick turned around and released To the Wonder before embarking on what seems to be two back-to-back films, with a largely overlapping cast in Knight of Cups and a yet-untitled film.

Of his two upcoming films, Knight of Cups is the one that audiences will get a look at first.  Hot on the heels of the announcement that the film will premiere at the Berlin Film Festival in February, the trailer for the film has dropped online, offering the first glimpse at Christian Bale and co.

The trailer leaves a lot to the imagination as it doesn’t offer any concrete proof as to what the plot of the film is other than it’s a look at a man (played »

- Rachel West

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After The Fall Review

10 December 2014 6:20 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

One glance at the poster for After the Fall and you should expect a low-rent, straight-to-dvd revenge thriller starring Wes Bentley. The American Beauty actor stands menacingly in front of a giant backdrop of the American flag, a scar blistering from his left cheek. He is also wearing a suit and holding a gun. However, the debut film from Israeli writer/director Saar Klein is actually a low-key family drama about a father trying his best to hide his lies and life of petty crime from his wife and kids. The film deals with a protagonist as fraudulent as that one-sheet.

Bentley stars as Bill Scanlon, an insurance man who was recently fired from his job. Instead of telling his wife, Susan (Vinessa Shaw), he keeps up a charade, explaining he is up for a promotion. In one of the film’s early scenes, he tells his eldest son, Henry »

- Jordan Adler

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20 Family Movies for Thanksgiving Day

26 November 2014 11:23 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

After the marching bands and giants balloon characters parade by on TV… After all the college and NFL football games are played out… After the plates are cleaned of the last turkey drumstick and final piece of pumpkin pie… what better than to cuddle up with our loved ones and watch some good, wholesome family favorites on Thanksgiving!

In honor of the holiday and before you head out the door to catch all the Black Friday sales, check out Wamg’s list of some of our favorite family-friendly movies to watch on Thanksgiving Day.

Wizard Of Oz

For many years this 1939 masterpiece was truly event television. Before home video and cable TV, the only way to see this (outside of revival movie theatres and colleges), was once a year (usually on CBS). Families would gather around the tube for a chance to visit that magical enchanted land (just think of »

- Movie Geeks

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International Emmys: UK’s ‘Utopia’ Wins Best Drama; Belgium’s ‘What If’ Takes Comedy (Full List)

24 November 2014 3:52 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

U.K. drama series “Utopia” has earned the International Emmy Award for best drama series.

The Channel 4 fantasy drama is being remade by David Fincher and Gillian Flynn for HBO. Series created by British TV vet Dennis Kelly is a production of Shine Group’s Kudos banner. It had two seasons on Channel 4 but was not renewed for a third.

Utopia” topped skeins from Japan (“Yae’s Sakura”), France (“The Tunnel”) and Chile (“Profugos”) for the win.

Stephen Dillane, star of Canal Plus’ “The Tunnel,” won for best actor. Bianca Krijgsman of the Netherlands’ “The New World,” a show about a single mother working in an airport immigration center, won best actress. Krijgsman dedicated her award to the show’s extras, all of whom were refugees.

Hosted by British comedian Matt Lucas, the International Emmys were held Monday at Hilton New York Hotel. Rupert Murdoch made a surprise appearance »

- Variety Staff

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Review: Unimaginative, Uninvolving And Derivative 'The Better Angels'

7 November 2014 4:05 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

This is a reprint of our review from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Working closely under the tutelage of Terrence Malick for several years now, editor and second-unit director turned writer/director A.J. Edwards (who has logged time on "The New World," "The Tree of Life," and "To the Wonder"), might have been better advised to get out from under the shadow of his mentor for his feature-length debut, “The Better Angels.” Instead the fledgling filmmaker is content to bask adoringly in the shadow of his teacher to the deal-breaking detriment of his first film. Perhaps intended as loving homage, “The Better Angels” instead borders on self-serious parody, utilizing a virtual checklist of every stylistic trope Edwards’ cinematic maharishi uses—hushed ponderous voice-over about the nature of life, that gliding camera, expansive wide-angle shots, jump cuts, dancing in fields, a spiritual connection to nature—and one by one employing them all without. »

- Rodrigo Perez

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The Better Angels | Review

7 November 2014 10:00 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Edwards Breathes Malickian Verve Into Lincoln’s Youth

It’s impossible to discuss director A.J. Edwards’ triumphant debut without first acknowledging his association with Terrence Malick. Having worked with the singular filmmaker for over a decade, from documenting the making of The New World, consulting on The Tree of Life and having edited To The Wonder, Edwards seems to have transformed from resolute disciple to artistic descendant, sponging both formal technique and spiritual inflection to create a film that looks, sounds and feels like the work of Malick, yet stands as something new, fresh and fully formed, if not stylistically original. In development since 2007 and still debuting in the wake of a handful of other recent Lincoln films, The Better Angels breathes refreshing verve into the little known story of Abraham Lincoln’s brief, but formative years spent in Indiana.

Exhaustively researched, young Abe’s story is told with an »

- Jordan M. Smith

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Better Angels, The | Review

7 November 2014 6:30 AM, PST | SmellsLikeScreenSpirit | See recent SmellsLikeScreenSpirit news »

Whether it is unabashed idol worship, plagiaristic mimicry or two directors who happen to be cut from the same cerebral cloth, there is absolutely no denying the countless permutations of Terrence Malick's influences permeating every single frame of A.J. Edwards' The Better Angels. Undeniably referential and reverential of Malick -- especially his last three films (The New World, The Tree Of Life, To The Wonder) -- Edwards' impressionistic visual poem captures Abraham Lincoln (Braydon Denney) at around ten years old, as he grows up in rural Illinois. Lincoln's humble upbringing is captured with a moving slideshow of one idyllic image after the next; even young children toiling the land are made to look absolutely glamorous. Photographed by Matthew J. Lloyd with sharp depth of focus and perpetual magic hour lighting, the ever-bedazzling sunlight dances across the images, sublimely showcasing the magical qualities of living a simple existence. The »

- Don Simpson

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'The Better Angels' (2014) Movie Review

4 November 2014 10:16 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Movies can be bad for a myriad of reasons. They can be sloppily made, poorly acted, incoherently written, or just offensively stupid. However, I think the biggest sin you can label a film is "boring". I have opted to spend ninety minutes with someone's creation, and if I am not engaged, even in a negative way, that is the biggest failing I think a film can manage. I would much rather a film be aggressive in its badness than to lull me to sleep. It would at least spark some kind of passion in me. Art should bring about a reaction. This brings me to The Better Angels, which is a prime offender of the boring moniker. It is a class one Terrence Malick knock-off devoid of story and had me fighting to stay awake from the first minute. It just goes to show you pretty pictures are not enough. »

- Mike Shutt

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Watch: An Exclusive Clip from Malick Protege A.J. Edwards’ Debut The Better Angels

29 October 2014 7:30 AM, PDT | Filmmaker Magazine - Blog | See recent Filmmaker Magazine news »

Here’s a clip from A.J. Edwards’ feature debut, The Better Angels, which opens November 7th. Edwards has been part of the Terrence Malick team since 2005, when he was an editorial intern on The New World and camera operator for the making of, and critics haven’t been slow to pick up on his mentor’s voice inflecting his feature debut. The Better Angels focuses on Abraham Lincoln’s childhood years, and in this clip you can see Malick’s influence in about five seconds: the Steadicam camera tracks relentlessly through the forest as young Abe arrives at his new log cabin home in […] »

- Filmmaker Staff

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The Walking Dead Recap: Slayed to Rest

26 October 2014 6:59 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Picking up right where last week’s episode of The Walking Dead left off, “Four Walls and a Roof” not only revealed whether poor shish ke-Bob got a reprieve, it also let us know the fate of Gareth and his blood-thirsty supper club, and brought Daryl back to the fold with…

Um, where’s Carol?

Read on, and we’ll investigate together.

Worst Case Of Food Poisoning Ever | As the hour opened, Gareth was still mouthing off to his meal, saying horrifying things like “I think pretty people taste better” when at last Bob’s tears turned to laughter, and »

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Oz comedy up for Intl. Emmy®

13 October 2014 1:08 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Josh Thomas. Please Like Me has been nominated for best comedy at the 2014 International Emmy® Awards.

Produced by Pigeon Fancier Productions, John & Josh International and the ABC, the show will compete with South Africa.s Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola, Brazil.s The Mayor´s Wife and Belgium.s What if? season 2.

Nominations were announced by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at Mipcom. There are 40 nominees across 10 categories. For the first time, the International Academy is recognizing programs from the Us. Winners will be announced on November 24 Us time in a ceremony at the Hilton New York Hotel. Nominations span 18 countries: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, France, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, the Philippines, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Turkey, the UK and the Us.

Among the contenders are The Tunnel and Utopia for best drama, The Tunnel.s Stephen Dillane for best actor and Broadchurch.s Olivia Colman for best actress. »

- Don Groves

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International Emmy Awards: U.S. Spanish-Language Programs Nab First Nominations

13 October 2014 7:50 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Telemundo and Nat Geo Mundo have nabbed the first nominations for International Emmy Awards in the newly created category for U.S.-produced non-English programs.

Telemundo received three noms for hit telenovelas: “Pasion Prohibida,” “La Patrona” and “El Señor de los Cielos.” The fourth nom in the category went to Nat Geo Mundo’s “Temple de Acero,” a documentary about Hispanic veterans of U.S. military service. (Univision, the dominant Spanish-lingo outlet, did not enter any programs for consideration.)

In other International Emmy heats, Olivia Colman of ITV’s “Broadchurch” (pictured) earned a nom for lead actress. Channel 4 drama “Utopia,” which is in the midst of a remake by David Fincher for HBO, landed a drama series bid.

In all, the nominations handed out by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences cover programs 18 countries.

The ceremony will be held Nov. 24 at the Hilton New York. “Mad Men” creator »

- Variety Staff

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Olivia Colman gets International Emmy Award nomination for Broadchurch

13 October 2014 7:36 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

An Adventure in Space and Time and Broadchurch's Olivia Colman are amongst the nominations for the 2014 International Emmy Awards.

The Doctor Who biopic and the British actress are amongst those shortlisted for the prestigious awards, which feature nominees from 19 countries.

An Adventure In Space And Time competes in the TV movie/miniseries category with Alexander and Other Heroes (Brazil), Radio (Japan) and Unsere Mütter, Unsere Väter/Generation War: The Motion Comic (Germany).

Colman is amongst the nominees in the best actress category for her performance in ITV's Broadchurch. Also nominated is Tuba Büyüküstün in 20 Dakika/20 Minutes (Turkey), Romina Gaetani in Televisión por la Justicia (Argentina) and Bianca Krijgsman in De Nieuwe Wereld/The New World (Netherlands).

Educating Yorkshire is amongst the nominees for non-scripted entertainment, alongside MasterChef China (People's Republic of China), Missie Mosango (Belgium) and O Infiltrado (Brazil).

Recently-cancelled Channel 4 drama Utopia competes against Prófugos (Chile), The Tunnel »

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Nyff 2014: Grandeur Delusions – ‘Birdman’

11 October 2014 5:23 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Birdman

Written by Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo

Directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu

USA, 2014

His use of natural lighting, the gorgeous compositions he creates often on the fly, those long takes. This is what we talk about when we talk about Emmanuel Lubezki, the Mexican cinematographer responsible for such arresting imagery in the films of Terrence Malick (The New World, The Tree of Life, To the Wonder), Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men, Y tu mamá también, Gravity), the Brothers Coen (Burn After Reading), and Alejandro González Iñárritu (“Anna”, a short in the anthology To Each His Own Cinema). He is the only cinematographer in recent memory, possibly next to Roger Deakins, that pushes the form to its limits and has name recognition for such. The naturalistic beauty of The Tree of Life was nothing compared to the – wait for it – physics-defying work in Gravity. And here he is again, »

- Kyle Turner

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Trailer for The Better Angels looks like Lincoln crossed with Tree of Life

22 September 2014 6:58 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Call me pretentious, but I love Terence Malick movies. I love the meditative quality of the films and the artistic expression he puts into every image he films. I also acknowledge that Malick's films are not for everyone, but I can watch The Thin Red Line, The New World, and Tree Of Life over and over again. While Malick has multiple films in production that have yet to be released, he has produced a film coming to theaters this year that will definitely appease his fans. The Better »

- Alex Maidy

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Specialty B.O. Preview: ‘Love Is Strange’, ‘Are You Here’, ‘To Be Takei’, ‘Winter In The Blood’, ‘The Olivia Experiment’, ‘Expedition To The End Of The World’

21 August 2014 5:37 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

There was a time when two veteran straight actors such as John Lithgow and Alfred Molina, taking on the roles of a gay couple and their subsequent travails at married life would have been the tabloid equivalent of shock and awe. It still might raise some eyebrows, but Ira SachsLove Is Strange is a testimony to societal progress in terms of storytelling. Now it will face the box office as the Specialty title platforms this weekend via Sony Classics. A real-life gay marriage takes the spotlight this weekend courtesy of Starz Digital doc To Be Takei about the multi-faceted actor/activist and social media talent who is best known for playing Hikaru Sulu in TV’s original Star Trek. It will be joined by Millennium Entertainment’s Are You Here with Owen Wilson, Zach Galifianakis and Amy Poehler which will open day and date by Mad Men writer Matthew Weiner. »

- Brian Brooks

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5 Things I Learned About Selling Films from Selling Fashion on eBay

1 August 2014 5:15 AM, PDT | Hope for Film | See recent Hope for Film news »

If you asked me how I came to the film world and I told you I essentially started by selling vintage clothing on eBay, you would probably think I answered the wrong question. This myopic line of thinking is exactly why you might think it’s hard to make, sell, and distribute a film. When I started selling on eBay 10 years ago, it was like the Wild Wild West – there were no instruction manuals or established models for success. I was trying to figure out how to sell something that my customers couldn’t touch or feel (or even see that well, as I still had no idea how to operate a camera).

The new world of independent film is looking more and more like this uncharted territory everyday. With existing consumption patterns becoming outdated, crowdfunding emerging as the new normal, and myriad new digital distribution models developing, there’s »

- Tina Poppy

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‘Starred Up’, with Ben Mendelsohn, gets a Us trailer

9 July 2014 1:14 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Performer Ben Mendelsohn has, over the course of his 30-year career, garnered acclaim for supporting turns in numerous movies, including The New World, Australia, Animal Kingdom, Killing Them Softly, and The Place Beyond The Pines. His involvement in a feature thus raises interest in it for many film fans, and this held true for his latest project as well. Titled Starred Up, the film is directed by David Mackenzie, and marks the screenwriting debut of Jonathan Asser. Mendelsohn stars alongside Jack O’Connell, Rupert Friend, and David Ajala, and a Us trailer for the film has now been released. The trailer can be seen below. Sound on Sight was able to see the film at Tiff 2013, and our review can be read here.

The post ‘Starred Up’, with Ben Mendelsohn, gets a Us trailer appeared first on Sound On Sight. »

- Deepayan Sengupta

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15 Actors Who Masterfully Hide Their Natural Accents

13 May 2014 9:46 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

There’s nothing worse than a bad fake accent, especially when it distracts the audience from the story that’s being told. That being said, there’s nothing more impressive than learning an actor is hiding their natural voice, and doing it flawlessly. This is no easy task, but the actors listed below are just a few of those who pull it off without effort. Hugh Laurie In his most famous role as Dr. Gregory House on “House M.D.,” Hugh Laurie hid his British accent for eight seasons. His memorable performance, along with his spot-on American accent, earned him two Golden Globe awards for best actor in a drama series, followed by four consecutive nominations in the same category, and six Emmy nominations. Christian Bale Christian Bale seldom acts using his natural British accent, instead opting for characters like “American Hustle’s” Irving Rosenfeld and Bruce Wayne (aka Batman). However, »

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