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6 items from 2006

Swinton, Zonca team up for 'Julia'

30 August 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Quick Links > Julia > Tilda Swinton > John Cassavetes It’s time again to crank up the Remake Machine (or Reinterpretation Machine) as Tilda Swinton and director Erick Zonca ready Julia, a film ‘inspired’ by John Cassavetes' late great Gloria. The road movie, about a woman who uses a young boy to extort money from the mob, will be Zonca’s American directorial debut. The film is slated to start shooting in mid-October, with Los Angeles and Mexico its chief settings. Zonca made a splash back in 1998 with his feature length directorial debut Le Vie revee des anges (The Dreamlife of Angels). He followed that film up with 1999’s Le petit voleur (The Little Thief), which was well-reviewed but not the overwhelming success Dreamlife of Angels was. Since then, he’s been practically dormant, being credited only once since as a co-writer of Virginie Wagon’s Le Secret »

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Truly, Madly, Delpy

18 August 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Quick Links > 2 Days in Paris > Julie Delpy > Bathory > Before Sunset > Broken Flowers There are many reasons to love Julie Delpy. She’s gorgeous, talented (writer, director, actor, singer, smoker extraordinaire), and French (how can you not like that accent?). Now the Parisian artiste has given us one more reason to love her – 2 Days in Paris. No, it’s not a contest from Travelocity; it’s Deply’s new screenplay in preproduction. Deply, who received an Oscar nom in screenwriting for Before Sunset, will direct, edit, and star opposite Adam Goldberg. The film follows Marion (Deply) and Jack (Goldberg), neurotic New Yorkers, who take a 2 day vacation to try and reconnect. The stressed-out couple make a misguided attempt to re-infuse their relationship with romance in Paris -- Marion's birthplace as well as the home of several of her ex-boyfriends and high-maintenance, non-English-speaking parents. While the idea of Deply and »

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Threesome hook up for 'Sexiest Year'

22 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Frankie Muniz, Harvey Keitel and Amber Valletta are starring in writer-director Howard Himelstein's coming-of-age dramedy, My Sexiest Year. The story centers on a young man (Muniz) and his never-to-be-forgotten romantic encounter with a top international model, played by Valletta. Keitel plays his estranged father. Also cast are Christopher McDonald (Broken Flowers) Frances Fisher (Mrs. Harris) and Haylie Duff (7th Heaven). Pop star Ryan Cabrera and Victoria Secret model Karolina Kurkova are making their acting debuts in the film. »

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Tribeca Photo Diary: Vanity Fair

27 April 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- [Ed's note: Vanity Fair. I buy the Hollywood issue every year and I love the magazine for the articles (that sounds like the excuse I had when my mom caught me with Playboy). Below you'll find more than a baker's dozen of folks who ate shrimp cocktails and collected souvenirs for their hard working publicists. Enjoy!] A "fly" on the wall pic: Jeff Goldblum in good spirits. The dude with no thumbs in The English Patient: Willem Dafoe and wife/actress Giada Colagrande. Loved you in Broken Flowers!: Jeffrey Wright comes to Vanity Fair not empty-handed. I'm not publishing the Edward Burns pics: Videoclip model Christy Turlington continues to make grown men cry. Drugstore Cowboy hottie: We don't see enough of you Kelly Lynch! Star of The T.V Set: David Duchovny is into leather. Mystery hottie. How do you like your eggs done? Can I water your plants? All pictures © of Pierre-Alexandre Despatis 2006. Tribeca Photo Diary #2 Tribeca Photo Diary #1 »

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Strathairn by the truckload

3 February 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Did anybody else besides me pitch a heterosexual admiration tent in their pants solely from David Strathairn’s performance in Good Night, and Good Luck? I didn’t know Edward R. Murrow personally, but after watching that movie I felt like he became a part of me. That older part that smokes on live television and accuses senators of instilling fear into the nation. God bless America. Strathairn has quite a few projects on his plate. He’s signed on to the thriller Fracture, written by Daniel Pyne (Pacific Heights, Doc Hollywood) and Glenn Gers (Mad Money) which will be directed by Gregory Hoblit (Primal Fear). Ryan Gosling (The Notebook) plays an assistant district attorney who wants revenge on Anthony Hopkins (The World’s Fastest Indian) who killed his wife but is freed on a technicality. The film also co-stars Rosamund Pike (Pride & Prejudice). He will also next be »

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20 Sirens of 2005: Part II

2 January 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- 10. Tilda Swinton She starred in a variation of roles with different screen time presence - Constantine, Broken Flowers, Thumbsucker, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. What’s next? This busy-bee will be seen with the Sundance premiere of Stephanie Daley, followed by Michael Clayton, That Man from London, Nico. 9. Sienna Miller The 5 minutes in Layer Cake was enough to give some of us heart problems and she capped off the year with Casanova. What’s next? Camille and a lead role in Factory Girl. 8. Cécile De France We saw her briefly in The Russian Dolls, but it is her delicious performance in High Tension that was worth the mention. What’s next? Unless you speak French or live in France, you won,t be seeig much of this actress – whose got a trio of French leads. 7. Keira Knightly While we won’t »

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