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Film Feature: The 10 Best Overlooked Films of 2011

28 December 2011 1:22 PM, PST | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – Some films never get a fair shot with audiences. They open in a handful of art house theaters scattered throughout the country before inconspicuously landing on DVD. Passionate movie lovers are left with the task of championing these unjustly obscure titles and helping them to acquire the audience they deserve.

Before I reveal my picks for the top ten Best Overlooked Films of 2011, here are the ten runners-up:

Autoerotic

Autoerotic

While Steve McQueen’s magnificent art film, “Shame,” plunges into the dark depths of sexual addiction, Joe Swanberg and Adam Wingard’s “Autoerotic” takes a decidedly more playful approach to similar material. Though Swanberg has made a series of uncommonly intimate films about the sex lives of twentysomething Chicagoans, he’s never attempted a film as overtly comic as this one, and Wingard proves to be an ideal collaborator. “Autoerotic” is easily Swanberg’s most accessible film to date, »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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The Guide's guide to the next 12 months

23 December 2011 4:05 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Bond's back in cinemas and so's Bourne. There's Shakespeare, punk and lots of sport on TV. And Azealia Banks leads pop's rude girls

Film

Prometheus Ridley Scott returns to the Alien "universe" though no one's yet sure how and when. A cast of Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron and Idris Elba makes for a mouth-watering prospect (even if the drool is made of acid) … The Avengers Mark Ruffalo (Hulk) and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) join the already established franchisees (Downey Jr's Iron Man, Chris Evans's Captain America and Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow) in Marvel's big tentpole …

The Dark Knight Rises Christopher Nolan's trilogy comes to an end and Batman just might too, at the hands of Tom Hardy's hard nut Bane … The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Martin Freeman is Bilbo as Peter Jackson returns to the Shire. Less unexpected, the fact that the story is being »

- Paul MacInnes, Richard Vine, Rebecca Nicholson

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The Guide's guide to the next 12 months

23 December 2011 4:05 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Bond's back in cinemas and so's Bourne. There's Shakespeare, punk and lots of sport on TV. And Azealia Banks leads pop's rude girls

Film

Prometheus Ridley Scott returns to the Alien "universe" though no one's yet sure how and when. A cast of Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron and Idris Elba makes for a mouth-watering prospect (even if the drool is made of acid) … The Avengers Mark Ruffalo (Hulk) and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) join the already established franchisees (Downey Jr's Iron Man, Chris Evans's Captain America and Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow) in Marvel's big tentpole …

The Dark Knight Rises Christopher Nolan's trilogy comes to an end and Batman just might too, at the hands of Tom Hardy's hard nut Bane … The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Martin Freeman is Bilbo as Peter Jackson returns to the Shire. Less unexpected, the fact that the story is being »

- Paul MacInnes, Richard Vine, Rebecca Nicholson

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Albert Nobbs Movie Review

21 December 2011 6:09 AM, PST | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Title: Albert Nobbs Director: Rodrigo Garcia (‘Things You Can Tell Just By Looking At Her,’ TV’s ‘In Treatment’) Starring: Glenn Close, Mia Wasikowska, Aaron Johnson (‘Kick-Ass,’ ‘Nowhere Boy’) and Janet McTeer (‘Tumbleweeds’) An actress remaining connected to a character she portrayed 30 years ago in a play that features a simplistic story is a rarity in Hollywood. But Glenn Close has done just that with her title role in her new film, ‘Albert Nobbs.’ Despite garnering mainstream attention in such films as ‘Fatal Attraction’ and ‘Dangerous Liaisons’ since she played Albert on stage, the Academy Award-nominated actress convincingly reentered the character’s mindset in the new drama. Viewers can also relate »

- karen

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The Big Year Blu-ray and DVD Debut January 31st

18 December 2011 10:34 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Let the fowl play begin! Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment presents the story of a competitive trio who quickly turn a simple quest into the ultimate competition when The Big Year spreads its wings on Blu-ray and DVD January 31.

Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson portray three men from very different walks of life, facing a mid-life crisis, a work-life crisis and a no-life crisis. In the biggest competition of their lives, they undertake an unforgettable trek through North America, engaging in hilarious and bizarre adventures and forming friendships that will last a lifetime!

Directed by David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada, Marley & Me) and featuring outrageous supporting performances from Joel McHale (Community), Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), Anjelica Huston (50/50), Dianne Wiest (In Treatment), Brian Dennehy (The Next Three Days), Rashida Jones (Parks and Recreation), Kevin Pollak (Red State) and Anthony Anderson (Scream 4), The Big Year Blu-ray »

- MovieWeb

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Mia Wasikowska Circles Female Lead In Spike Lee’s ‘Oldboy’

17 December 2011 9:00 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Yesterday, we reported Clive Owen may be replacing Colin Firth the lead villain in Spike Lee‘s Oldboy remake, which would be his second antagonist role in a Lee film after 2006′s Inside Man. More rumours about the upcoming revenge thriller are now circling with Twitch reporting that rising star Mia Wasikowska has been offered the female lead role of Marie, after it was initially offered to Rooney Mara. Again, this is not a definitive confirmation, but should she choose to accept, she would be appearing in a remake of Park Chan-Wook‘s 2003 film in addition to starring in his upcoming English language debut, the highly anticipated Stoker.

At just 22 years of age, Wasikowska has already starred in films by directors such as Tim Burton and Gus Van Sant, as well as appearing in the Oscar nominated The Kids Are All Right. She broke onto the scene with her sublime »

- jpraup@gmail.com (thefilmstage.com)

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Watch A&E's 'Stephen King's Bag of Bones' Free Online

16 December 2011 1:14 PM, PST | Best-Horror-Movies.com | See recent Best-Horror-Movies.com news »

A&E Network recently aired “Stephen King’s Bag of Bones,” a 4 hour miniseries based on the novel by the same name a few weeks ago. If you happened to miss it your in luck, right now A&E is allowing you to view the entire miniseries online for free. Watch Bag of Bones on A&E Online Here Bag of Bones is a ghost story of grief and lost love's enduring bonds, about an innocent child caught in a terrible crossfire and a new love haunted by past secrets. Melissa George (“In Treatment”), Annabeth Gish (“Brotherhood”), Anika Noni Rose (Dreamgirls), William Schallert (“The Patty Duke Show”), Jason Priestley (“Beverly Hills, 90210”) and Caitlin Carmichael (“True Blood”) also star. »

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Blu-ray, DVD Release: The Big Year

15 December 2011 2:17 PM, PST | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Jan. 31, 2012

Price: DVD $19.99, Blu-ray/DVD Combo $29.99

Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

2011 comedy movie The Big Year has some heavy hitters in the laughs department — Steve Martin (Three Amigos), Jack Black (Gulliver’s Travels) and Owen Wilson (Hall Pass) — but failed to wow critics and audiences.

In the film, Martin, Black and Wilson are each facing a mid-life crisis, a work-life crisis and a no-life crisis. Avid bird watchers, they join a contest to spot the rarest birds in North America at a prestigious annual event, but for them, the quest turns into the ultimate competition.

The Big Year also features TV comedians Joel McHale (TV’s Community), Jim Parsons (TV’s The Big Bang Theory) and Rashida Jones (TV’s Parks and Recreation), as well as Angelica Huston (When in Rome), Dianne Weist (TV’s In Treatment), Brian Dennehy (The Next Three Days), Kevin Pollak »

- Sam

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Aja sprouts 'Horns'

12 December 2011 12:52 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Alexandre Aja will direct Mandalay Pictures' adaptation of Joe Hill's bestselling romantic horror novel "Horns."According to Variety, playwright Keith Bunin ("In Treatment") wrote the screenplay.The story revolves around Ig Perrish, a 26-year-old who awakens from a black-out hangover to find horns growing from his head. As his horns increase in size, Ig investigates the unsolved murder of his girlfriend and how it connects to his current plight. Shia Labeouf had been attached to the project but is no longer involved.Peter Guber and Cathy Schulman will produce for Mandalay.Hill, the son of Stephen King, will executive produce.Aja's credits include "Piranha 3D" and the 2006 remake of "The Hills Have Eyes." »

- Adnan Tezer

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Horns: Piranha Director Signs On For A Hell Of A Hangover

12 December 2011 12:00 PM, PST | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

Joe Hill’s horror novel, Horns, is being adapted for the big screen by Mandalay Pictures. Last March, we told you that Transformers star Shia Labeouf would be taking on the starring role as Ig Perrish, a 26-year-old man who wakes up after a night of hard drinking and discovers there are horns growing out of his head. As the horns keep growing, he discovers they may have a mysterious connection to the unsolved murder of his girlfriend.

THR reports that Horns will be helmed by Piranha and The Hills Have Eyes director Alexandre Aja. Aja will be working with a script adapted by Keith Bunin (In Treatment). From Mandalay, Cathy Schulman and Peter Guber will be producing along with executive producer and writer of the source material (and son of Stephen King), Joe Hill.

The project is shooting for in the late spring or early summer of 2012. Mandalay is »

- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer

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Neil Marshall Enters Hellfest, Alexandre Aja Grows Horns

12 December 2011 9:10 AM, PST | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

Heads up horror fans, we've got the scoop on new projects for a couple members of the so-called "Splat Pack" this week. (Wait, is the Splat Pack still a thing? Probably not.) Anyway, it looks like Alexandre Aja will finally be taking some time away from the many remakes he is involved with in order to do something original again. According to Heat Vision, he has signed on to direct an adaptation of Joe Hill's 2010 novel Horns. Who is Joe Hill? None other than Stephen King's son, who took on a pen name in order to dissociate himself from his father and to let his work be judged on its own merits. The story revolves around a 26-year-old man who wakes up with a hangover and finds horns growing out of his head. He slowly starts to suspect that he may be connected in some way to the unsolved murder of his own girlfriend. »

- Sean

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Alexandre Aja To Direct Joe Hill’s Horns

9 December 2011 6:05 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Alexandre Aja, who was once circling a remake of Stephen King’s Pet Semetary, has now found himself attached to direct a Mandalay Pictures adaptation of a book written by King’s son, Joe Hill.

The novel is Horns, and it follows a 26 year old guy wonderfully named Ig Perrish who awakens from a black-out hangover to find that he has thorns coming out of his head, Hellboy style. They are growing too, as Ig sets out to discover who murdered his girlfriend and whether that has a relation to the horns that are coming out of his head which make people confess their darkest secrets. I haven’t read the novel but the reviews say it is one that conjures up amazing images and Aja has a track record in this department so he seems like a good choice.

Aja is a french filmmaker who has devoted his career to horror. »

- Matt Holmes

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TV Review: Stephen King’s Bag of Bones

9 December 2011 3:30 AM, PST | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

 

Genre: Horror | Mystery

Air Date/Time: Sunday, December 11 at 9/8c and Monday, December 12 at 9/8c

Network: A&E

Director:Mick Garris

Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Melissa George, Matt Frewer, Jason Priestley, Annabeth Gish, Caitlin Carmichael

Teleplay:Matt Venne

Summary:

A&E Network presents Stephen King’s Bag of Bones, a four-hour epic miniseries based on The New York Times #1 bestselling novel, and featuring Pierce Brosnan’s return to television. Bag of Bones is a ghost story of grief and lost love’s enduring bonds, about an innocent child caught in a terrible crossfire and a new love haunted by past secrets. Melissa George (In Treatment), Annabeth Gish (Brotherhood, the X-Files), Anika Noni Rose (Dreamgirls, The Good Wife), William Schallert (The Patty Duke Show), Jason Priestley (Beverly Hills 90210, Haven) and Caitlin Carmichael (True Blood) also star.

In Bag of Bones, bestselling novelist Mike Noonan (Brosnan) is unable to stop grieving after the »

- Erin Willard

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Alexandre Aja Tapped To Direct Joe Hill's Supernatural Horror Story 'Horns'

8 December 2011 5:22 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Imagine waking up one day with a pair of curved horns sticking out of your forehead. That is the predicament that Ig Perrish, the protagonist of Joe Hill's wonderfully contemplative horror novel "Horns," and if there's one filmmaker we would love to see that image brought to the screen, it's Alexandre Aja, the French filmmaker behind "High Tension," the stylish "Hills Have Eyes" remake, and last summer's giddy-gory fun "Piranha 3D." Thankfully, according to the Hollywood Reporter, this will be the case. The project, from Mandalay Pictures, was at one point set to be headlined by Shia Labeouf, but that doesn't seem to be happening anymore, probably because the "Horns" script features no transforming robots. The screenplay was written by Keith Bunin, who has written a bunch of episodes of "In Treatment" and is working on Michel Gondry's probably-never-going-to-happen fantasy "The Return of the »

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Common Law to Premiere on USA Network January 26th

29 November 2011 11:09 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

USA Network today announces the January premiere dates for the new original series Common Law on Thursday, January 26 at 10/9c and returning original favorites White Collar on Tuesday, January 17 at 10/9c and Royal Pains on Wednesday, January 18 at 10/9c.

The new original series Common Law kicks into high gear when two cops discover they have one problem - each other. Despite their differences, they are still the best detectives on the force but when things come to a head on the eve of their "seven-year itch," their captain forces them into couples' therapy to save their "marriage." The 12-episode one-hour series stars Michael Ealy (The Good Wife, Californication), Warren Kole (The Chicago Code, 24), Jack McGee (The Fighter, Rescue Me) and Sonya Walger (Lost, In Treatment) and is currently in production in New Orleans.

Travis Marks (Michael Ealy) and Wes Mitchell (Warren Kole) are a pair of odd couple detectives who »

- MovieWeb

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Nemesis Begins Shooting for Cinemax

23 November 2011 9:02 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Production has begun on Nemesis, an original drama series set in the world of international espionage starring Melissa George (30 Days of Night; HBO&#700s In Treatment) and written and created by Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files, Cinemax&#700s Strike Back). The eight episodes will shoot in Scotland, London and Morocco and air on Cinemax in 2012. Also starring Adam Rayner (Hawthorne), the series is produced by Kudos Film & Television (Life on Mars) for BBC One and HBO/Cinemax in association with Big Light Productions.

Says Frank Spotnitz, "I&#700m incredibly excited about the ambition of this series. It&#700s got action on a cinematic scale, huge story twists and turns, and intriguing characters who are both emotionally and morally complex. I can&#700t imagine a better cast, director or production team to bring it all to life."

Award-winning writer Frank Spotnitz also serves as executive producer along with Alison Jackson, Jane Featherstone »

- MovieWeb

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Melissa George joins BBC One spy thriller 'Nemesis'

22 November 2011 11:01 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Melissa George has landed the lead role in BBC One's new drama Nemesis. The Australian actress, who can currently be seen in BBC Four's The Slap, will play Sam in the espionage thriller. Sam, who works for a private intelligence firm, is almost assassinated and suspects members of her team. When she returns to work, she is unsure who to trust. George has also appeared in shows including Home & Away, Grey's Anatomy, Alias and In Treatment. She recently signed up for an American adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones. Nemesis will also star Adam Rayner as Aidan, Sam's colleague and love interest. Rayner's previous credits include Mistresses and the Us drama HawthoRNe. Nemesis, written by Strike (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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Six to watch: TV therapists

22 November 2011 5:28 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Sopranos' Jennifer Melfi to the cranial craft of Frasier's Niles Crane, we sort the small screen shrinks from the couch potatoes

As Sky Atlantic subscribers will perhaps have already spotted, the brilliant In Treatment was back in session over the weekend. Now in its third series, it follows the working week of Dr Paul Weston – played superbly by Gabriel Byrne – as he welcomes a regular roster of patients whilst also taking to the therapist's couch himself.

But In Treatment isn't alone. In fact the schedules are filled with shrinks – perhaps no surprise when you consider the average TV character has to contend with everything from extra marital affairs and murders to alien invasion and inheriting super powers.

But who are tellyland's most memorable mental health practitioners? Join us on the couch as we pluck the six best shrinks from the small screen's troubled psyche. Have we missed your favourite therapist? »

- Daniel Bettridge

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Kirsten Dunst Hooks Her Way to Happiness in 'Red Light Winter'

17 November 2011 7:51 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Kirsten Dunst has had a red-letter fall with her much-hyped performance in "Melancholia," and it seems she'll be keeping up the trend with a "Red Light Winter."

Indie Wire reports that the actress has signed on to "Red Light Winter," based on the 2005 play of the same name by former "The L Word" and "In Treatment" writer Adam Rapp.

Billy Crudup and Mark Ruffalo are also in talks to star in the Scott Rudin-produced project, which tells the story of Matt and Davis, a pair of 30-something pals who decide to get away from their hectic lives in New York and rebuild their friendship with a trip to Amsterdam.

The mens' lives are interminably changed when they meet Christina (Dunst), a Red Light District prostitute who threatens to tear them apart.

Ruffalo announced his intention to take on the project earlier this year, saying, "Yes. I want to do it. »

- Sarah Crow

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Things Get Creepy in New 'Bag of Bones' TV Spot

14 November 2011 1:35 PM, PST | Best-Horror-Movies.com | See recent Best-Horror-Movies.com news »

Bag of Bones is a two part mini series that will air on A&E in December based on Steven Kings novel by the same name. Based on the teaser videos this might turn out to be really good. Below we have the new television spot for you to watch. If you have not already make sure to check out ‘Dark Score Stories’ the interactive website prequel to the Bag of Bones TV series. Dark Score Stories will give you background information on the story and characters so you will be ready to enjoy Bag of Bones. Bag of Bones is a ghost story of grief and lost love's enduring bonds, about an innocent child caught in a terrible crossfire and a new love haunted by past secrets. Melissa George (“In Treatment”), »

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