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Walken Heads For Boom Boom Room

14 February 2011 4:01 PM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Sit back, close your eyes, and imagine the pleasure of hearing Christopher Walken say the words, "Boom boom room". Imagine the different permutations: the dark whisper; the clipped, shouted exclamation; the weirdly emphasised enunciation. And be happy in the knowledge that all this may soon come to pass, since The Boom Boom Room has cast Walken, along with Shirley MacLaine, Twilight star Ashley Greene, and Adam Beach.There are few details so far, but the sales pitch has it as a magical tale set in the New Mexico desert, featuring a young woman's quest to unravel a secret in her family's past. It's not too much of a stretch to infer that Greene is the young woman then, and that Walken and MacLaine will be the two retired Vaudeville stars she encounters on her life-changing journey.Lian Lunson (Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man) will direct from his own screenplay, and »

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‘Sound Of My Voice’ – Why Brit Marling Will Be a Name To Remember [Sundance Review]

31 January 2011 6:00 AM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

[1] At the beginning of the week, everyone was talking about Elizabeth Olsen, the Other Olsen sister, who had been unofficially crowned the "it" girl of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. She's a new young talent  that had her public coming out, appearing in two films at this year's fest, both of which sold early in the week -- Martha Marcy May Marlene and Silent House. And Elizabeth is a talent we should watch out for in years to come, but the star power extruding from her family's name seems to be blinding people to the real story, the real "it" girl of this year's festival -- Brit Marling. If you ask me, she is a new force in the independent film scene. Not only did she star in two of the more highly acclaimed films of this year's Sundance, but she also co-wrote and produced both features. Both movies have a sci-fi component, »

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