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‘Into The Woods’ Sings Its Way Straight Into The Oscar Race

23 November 2014 12:42 AM, PST | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Dinsey unveiled another piece of the Oscar season puzzle Saturday night with an innovative bi-coastal screening of their big holiday release, the musical adaptation of Into The Woods, which screened simultaneously in New York City and at Disney Studios in Burbank (where I saw it).

Post-screening, a satellite-transmitted Q&A featured director Rob Marshall, screenwriter James Lapine and key cast members. Full disclosure:  I have been in love with this Stephen Sondheim masterpiece since even before it debuted on Broadway on Nov. 5, 1987.  Southern California native that I am, I trekked down to San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre in 1986 for its pre-Broadway tryout and instantly fell in love.

It’s not only one of my favorite Sondheim musicals (in the top three to be sure with Company and West Side Story), but high among the greatest theatrical experiences I have ever had. I have seen the show in various incarnations several times since. »

- Pete Hammond

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Marion Cotillard on 'Macbeth': 'I lost control of everything'

21 November 2014 10:25 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Marion Cotillard has had what can only be described as a remarkable seven years. Truly. Since winning the Best Actress Oscar for her breakthrough performance in "La Vie en Rose" she's starred in Woody Allen's best film this century ("Midnight in Paris"), Christopher Nolan's Best Picture nominee ("Inception"), worked with Michael Mann ("Public Enemies"), smartly joined a Steven Soderbergh ensemble ("Contagion"), headlined a massive French-language hit ("Little White Lies"), was already robbed of a second Best Actress Oscar nomination ("Rust and Bone") and was the center of an acclaimed drama already well on its way to cinephile cult film status ("The Immigrant"). Throw in one flick for her life partner ("Blood Ties"), a paycheck too hard to turn down ("The Dark Knight Rise") and a musical that just didn't work ("Nine") and Cotillard is already well on her way to living legend status. Now, get ready to add  "Two Days, »

- Gregory Ellwood

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Marion Cotillard’s Curious Career

20 November 2014 7:24 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor 

Seven years after winning an Oscar for her portrayal of Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose (2007), Marion Cotillard could land a second nomination for her role in Belgian brothers Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne’s Two Days, One Night (Deux jours, une nuit), which is Belgium’s Oscar submission. She was also in 2013 Cannes selection The Immigrant, which was released in May of this year. Since La Vie en Rose, Cotillard has mainly worked on small indie films both inside and outside of America, with the exception of Christopher Nolan‘s Inception (2010) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012).

Cotillard was introduced to acting at a young age — her father was a director and her mother was an actress — and began her career acting in a variety of French TV shows and films. Her first Hollywood role was in Tim Burton‘s Big Fish (2003). She appeared »

- Anjelica Oswald

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‘Railway Man,’ ‘Gods of Wheat Street’ Head Australia’s Screen Producer Awards

18 November 2014 3:52 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Hong Kong — Jonathan Teplitzky’s Colin Firth- and Nicole Kidman-starring drama “The Railway Man” was named as feature film production of the year at the 14th annual Screen Producers Australia Awards.

The awards took place Tuesday evening in Melbourne alongside the industry’s Screen Forever conference.

Other awards went to: Every Cloud Productions’ “The Gods of Wheat Street,” named as tele-movie or mini-series production of the year; Shine Australia’s “MasterChef” which was lauded as reality television production of the year; and Essential Media and Entertainment’s “Rake,” which was named drama television production of the year.

Playmaker Media, founded by producers David Maher and David Taylor and specializing in authored and contemporary drama, won the ‘Media Super Production Business of the Year’ award. Playmaker Media has recently produced award winning drama series “House Husbands” for the Nine Network, political thriller “The Code” for ABC Television and the »

- Patrick Frater

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‘Railway Man,’ ‘Gods of Wheat Street’ Head Australia’s Screen Producer Awards

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

Hong Kong — Jonathan Teplitzky’s Colin Firth- and Nicole Kidman-starring drama “The Railway Man” was named as feature film production of the year at the 14th annual Screen Producers Australia Awards.

The awards took place Tuesday evening in Melbourne alongside the industry’s Screen Forever conference.

Other awards went to: Every Cloud Productions’ “The Gods of Wheat Street,” named as tele-movie or mini-series production of the year; Shine Australia’s “MasterChef” which was lauded as reality television production of the year; and Essential Media and Entertainment’s “Rake,” which was named drama television production of the year.

Playmaker Media, founded by producers David Maher and David Taylor and specializing in authored and contemporary drama, won the ‘Media Super Production Business of the Year’ award. Playmaker Media has recently produced award winning drama series “House Husbands” for the Nine Network, political thriller “The Code” for ABC Television and the »

- Patrick Frater

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Sean Bean Cast in ‘The Frankenstein Chronicles’ Mini-Series

17 November 2014 10:11 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

He’s faced off against many movie characters over the years, including an army of Orcs and James Bond, and soon prolific actor Sean Bean will face another formidable foe in The Frankenstein Chronicles, a six-part miniseries set to air on ITV Encore. Bean will play Inspector John Marlott in the 1800’s-set show, a man assigned to capture a killer who melds body parts together in a manner reminiscent of Victor Frankenstein.

Press Release - “ITV today confirmed commission of The Frankenstein Chronicles, a thrilling and terrifying re-imagining of the Frankenstein myth as a six-part period crime drama to be produced by Rainmark Films.

Incorporating elements from the investigative and horror genres with an extraordinary hero at its centre, Inspector John Marlott, played by multi-awarding winning leading actor Sean Bean (Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Accused) will be taken on a terrifying journey in pursuit of a chilling and diabolical foe. »

- Derek Anderson

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Off the Carpet: Where we stand after AFI Fest and self-proclaimed 'official' launches

17 November 2014 9:43 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A lot has happened to further set the stage for this year's Oscar race in the last week and a half. AFI Fest ultimately landed four major world premieres — "A Most Violent Year," "The Gambler," "Selma" and "American Sniper." Film Independent at Lacma added "Big Eyes" to the equation. "Unbroken" premiered in Sydney just hours ago as a show of appreciation (the film was largely shot in Australia) while screening to some press stateside (the big coming out will be Thanksgiving weekend). And the awards shows themselves have already started, namely the Governors Awards and the summarily dismissed Hollywood Film Awards. I suppose it's time to see where we stand… Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" played to a disinterested Academy audience the weekend of release and didn't become the box office story it was expected to be (it will be just fine on that score, though — perspective). Also, people across the »

- Kristopher Tapley

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Icon, Italian Style! AFI's Sophia Loren Tribute

15 November 2014 8:15 AM, PST | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

By Mark Cerulli

On Wednesday night, Hollywood took a step back in time and it was a beautiful thing. Italy’s most glamorous export, the lovely Sophia Loren, made a rare visit to screen two of her films to an adoring crowd at the Dolby Theater. The movie legend was greeted with a standing ovation when she walked out in a shimmering gown, escorted by director Rob Marshall who was clearly in awe of the star he cast in Nine, her last Hollywood film. Settling into two plush seats separated by a mountain of roses, Marshall introduced her as “A woman with a heart as big as all of Italy.” Loren opened up about her life, career and leading men in a 45 minute Q&A, punctuated by frequent laughter and some poignant moments when she remembered how movies offered an escape from the misery of post-wwii Italy.

Loren came across »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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AFI Fest Honors Sophia Loren, Actress, Fashion Icon, Mistress of Throwing Shade

14 November 2014 9:32 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

 Anne Marie from the AFI Fest on an International Legend...

At age 80, Sophia Loren is still magnetic. When the Academy Award-winning actress appeared onstage at the Dolby Theatre on Wednesday night for an AFI Fest tribute to her career, she received a two-minute long standing ovation. The audience whooped and yelled "Bellisima" before Loren, elegant in a black gown studded with crystals, could do more than walk onstage and smile. Once the furor died down, Rob Marshall, her director for Nine, interviewed Sophia Loren about her career, co-stars, and controversies.

“When I saw the movies, I forgot the war, forgot hunger. It was possible to believe there was another life than the one I was in.”

Despite her glamorous image, Loren's description of her early life growing up poor in the slums of Italy was bleak. When she met her husband, producer Carlo Ponti (who passed away in 2007), he took »

- Anne Marie

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Tech Support: 'Budapest,' 'Into the Woods,' 'Exodus' highlight Best Production Design

13 November 2014 12:58 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Grandeur often rules the day in Best Production Design, which awards the men and women responsible for a movie's set design and construction. The category typically favors period pieces, though at least one fantasy title tends to find a home every year. It is rare for truly contemporary films to be nominated. However, the category is more open to fantasy and contemporary pieces than its cousin Best Costume Design. (Last year was the first year the costume designers had their own branch, but no easily discernible new trends could be observed in my opinion.) Recent years have also suggested openness to CGI-complemented work ("Life of Pi" and "Gravity" immediately jump to mind). On that note, it's worth mentioning that the Art Directors Guild has implemented a new rule somewhat under the radar for its precursor awards this season. According to the new provision, period films must now have the majority »

- Gerard Kennedy

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Watch: Josh Hutcherson Finds Love & Drugs in 'Paradise Lost' Trailer

13 November 2014 9:33 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

We've already gotten a taste of the romantic thriller Paradise Lost with some trailers that surfaced while the film was making the rounds at various film festivals, but now it's poised for release in the United States, and we get an all-new trailer. Josh Hutcherson plays a young surfer who falls in love with a Colombian woman who just happens to be the niece of Pablo Escobar (Benicio del Toro), one of the most notorious drug kingpins of all-time. But being part of a family in this dangerous business just might prove to be too much for him to handle. This certainly looks interesting, but a January release feels sketchy. Watch below! Here's the Us trailer for Andrea di Stefano's Paradise Lost, originally from Apple: Paradise Lost marks the feature directorial and writing debut of actor Andrea di Stefano (Nine, Eat Pray Love). Young surfer Nick (Josh Hutcherson) thinks »

- Ethan Anderton

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AFI Fest: Sophia Loren Receives Hollywood-Style Career Tribute

13 November 2014 8:59 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Scott Feinberg

The Hollywood Reporter

The American Film Institute’s AFI Fest took on a decidedly Italian flavor on Wednesday night as it celebrated the legendary actress Sophia Loren with a career tribute that packed the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The regal 80-year-old, who lives in Switzerland and doesn’t travel much to the U.S. anymore, emerged from backstage in a resplendent, shimmering dress and was greeted with a two-minute-long standing ovation, which clearly touched her.

Loren was then interviewed for 45 minutes by Rob Marshall, who directed her in her last Hollywood film Nine (2009), during which she spoke candidly about her early years and struggles, her career breakthroughs and her great successes. To many, the most striking thing about her was her humility. She said of her adoring fans — one of the braver ones approached the stage and started talking to her right as she took her seat »

- Anjelica Oswald

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Sophia Loren Spills the Beans on Co-Stars, Her Career and Fellini at AFI Fest

12 November 2014 10:44 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Sophia Loren had the AFI Fest audience laughing, applauding and cheering as Rob Marshall led her through her decades-long career during a retrospective at the Dolby Theatre on Wednesday.

Marshall called Loren “a woman with a heart as big as all Italy.”

Explaining her start in films, Loren said as a kid she loved going to the movies to escape the misery of her life. “When I saw the movies, I forgot the war, forgot hunger. It was possible to believe there was another life than the one I was in.” Years later, she would dig into those memories when she acted in films including “Two Women.”

While she worked with many of the famous Italian directors of her time, she never teamed with Fellini. “I was not his kind of actress.”

She learned English when her husband, Carlo Ponti, called her from Hollywood to tell her “you have to learn English, »

- Shalini Dore

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AFI Fest: Sophia Loren Receives Career Tribute, Hollywood-Style

12 November 2014 10:32 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The American Film Institute's AFI Fest took on a decidedly Italian flavor on Wednesday night as it celebrated the legendary actress Sophia Loren with a career tribute that packed the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The regal 80-year-old, who lives in Switzerland and doesn't travel much to the U.S. anymore, emerged from backstage in a resplendent, shimmering dress and was greeted with a two-minute-long standing ovation, which clearly touched her. Loren was then interviewed for 45 minutes by Rob Marshall, who directed her in her last Hollywood film Nine (2009), during which she spoke candidly about

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- Scott Feinberg

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Watch: Marion Cotillard Sings And Struts In Music Video "Snapshot In La"

12 November 2014 1:20 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Since winning a Best Actress Oscar for "La Vie En Rose," and aside from her turn in "Nine" a couple years later, we haven't really heard Marion Cotillard belt out a tune in a while. But the actress is getting back on the microphone, and today comes a little taste of what she's been working on. Collaborating with Metronomy frontman Joseph Mount and Villaine, she's delivered "Snapshot In La," and it's nothing short of sultry. The video, written and co-directed by Cotillard and Eliott Bliss, finds the actress looking particularly fabulous, singing, strutting, dancing on water, and more to the lighter than air tune, all while modeling some of Dior's fall/winter collection. Talk about multi-tasking. Check it out below. [I-d] »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Hollywood Hits the Stage: A 'Hunger Games' Live Show, Plus Streep Sings in 'Into the Woods' Trailer

7 November 2014 10:28 AM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Is Hollywood finally starting to embrace the musicality of its musicals? Remember that the "Annie" trailer had more or less no singing, as did the first "Into the Woods" teaser. But the latest full-length trailer for the Sondheim fairy-tale, set for Christmas Day release, isn't afraid to brandish the fact that it's a musical. Watch Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick, Emily Blunt and more sing in the trailer below, which should delight Sondheim fans. It's directed by Rob Marshall, who needs a hit after "Nine" failed to repeat the razzle-dazzle success of "Chicago." More news in the world of movie/musical crossovers: Lionsgate will raise the curtain on a "Hunger Games" live show in 2016, Variety reports. By then, the film franchise will have wrapped, with "Mockingjay - Part 2" bowing November 2015. The studio will team with Triangular Entertainment and Dutch media company Imagine Nation to bring the production a new theater »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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AFI Fest Honoree Sophia Loren Talks Life and Loves

6 November 2014 10:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

When Sophia Loren is thrown a tribute like Nov. 12’s scheduled gala at AFI Fest, attendees can get an intoxicating glimpse of classic-era Euro cinema glamour, of which Loren remains one of the last living representatives. (At this year’s Cannes fest, the octogenarian knocked ’em dead in timeless style.)

Film fans recall a half-century’s worth of skillful performances in every genre. Looking both forward and back, AFI will screen a restored print of Oscar-nominated “Marriage Italian Style,” as well as a new version of Jean Cocteau’s “Human Voice,” helmed by son Edoardo Ponti.

As for the lady herself, after competitive and honorary Oscars, a record 10 David Di Donatello awards, five Golden Globes and threescore trophies and tributes, you’d think it would all be old hat by now. “Never enough. Never enough,” she burbles. “I feel very important when they give me an award. I like it, »

- Bob Verini

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Full 'Into the Woods' Trailer Belts Out Broadway Fairtytale Tunes

6 November 2014 7:07 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

"Into the woods without delay, but careful not to lose the way..." Following the debut of yesterday's motion posters, Disney has released the full theatrical trailer for Into the Woods, and much like the featurette that popped up recently, this one finally reveals that the film is a straight-up musical. In addition to hearing the ensemble title song, we also get to see a better look at Johnny Depp as The Wolf, and it appears at first he's known as Mr. Wolf and then turns into a real wolf of sorts, so maybe he won't always look like a douchebag in the movie. If you don't dig classic musicals, this probably won't be for you, but it looks decent. Here's the full trailer for Rob Marshall's musical Into the Woods, straight from Disney: If you haven't yet, watch the teaser trailer for Disney's musical Into the Woods right here. »

- Ethan Anderton

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New Into The Woods Trailer

6 November 2014 2:02 AM, PST | www.themoviebit.com | See recent TheMovieBit news »

An adaption of the awarding winning musical, a new trailer for Into The Woods has dropped, giving us our first proper look at Rob Marshall's fairytale mash-up. Marshall is no stranger to musicals, with Chicago, Nine, as well as several years as a theatre director under his belt, and this promises to be a grand spectacle. He has also assembled quite the cast, with Meryl Streep especially threatening to steal the show. Check it out below. Released Dec 25th USA / Jan 9th 2015 Ireland & UK »

- noreply@blogger.com (Tom White)

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Disney's 'Into the Woods' Delivers Some Haunting Motion Posters

5 November 2014 11:08 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

The first featurette for Disney's forthcoming holiday release Into the Woods finally showed off the musical side of the Broadway adaptation on the big screen, and now we get a closer look at the fairytale characters who come together in the spooky forest, as directed by an old witch to make their most desired wish come true. Moviefone has just unveiled a series of cool motion posters for each of the main characters in the film played Meryl Streep, Johnny Depp, Emily Blunt, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine and more. There's even a character that we hadn't seen yet. It's just a shame that these posters don't sing too. Look! Here's the motion posters for Rob Marshall's musical Into the Woods from Moviefone: If you haven't yet, watch the teaser trailer for Disney's musical Into the Woods right here. Into the Woods is directed by Rob Marshall (Chicago, Nine, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides »

- Ethan Anderton

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