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Tony Gilroy Screenwriting Podcast Special

13 October 2013 5:17 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Tony Gilroy is an Oscar-nominated screenwriter, the pen wielder behind the original Bourne trilogy and his own directorial work, such as Michael Clayton (which got him his Oscar nod), Duplicity and, most recently, The Bourne Legacy.In town for a special BAFTA and BFI screenwriters' lecture series - click this way for more on that front, from Hossein Amini to David S. Goyer - we asked Gilroy to drop by the Empire Podcast booth afterwards to talk about how he battles writers' block and brings his ideas to the big screen. Look forward to details on the future of the Bourne franchise, his take on the current state of play in Hollywood, and why Michael Clayton wouldn't get made today.In fact, if you haven't watched Michael Clayton already, you may want to jump forward about five minutes from around about the 20 minute mark to avoid spoilers. Even better, you »

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Tony & Dan Gilroy Migrate To Television For Early 20th Century Drama ‘Monsieur De Paris’

25 September 2013 1:22 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

In the summer of 2012, filmmaker Tony Gilroy had just directed franchise entry “The Bourne Legacy,” but he wasn’t fooling himself. In his pragmatic view, tentpoles were taking over and the lifespan for mid-sized movies—the kind that were his bread and butter like “Michael Clayton” and “Duplicity”—within Hollywood at least, was dying fast. “It’s like complaining about the weather. It’s a fact,” he said of the dearth of modest studio pictures. And as many have observed, including his peer Steven Soderbergh for example, the appetite for that genre and form of storytelling had migrated. “There will be exceptions for decades, but as a rule: the middle class ambitious dramatic filmmaking—it’s on TV. That’s why TV is so great right now, because they got that form of storytelling. That kind of work and that kind of expectation of from the audience is on television in a really extraordinary way. »

- Rodrigo Perez

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Tony & Dan Gilroy Migrate To Television For Early 20th Century Drama ‘Monsieur De Paris’

25 September 2013 1:22 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

In the summer of 2012, filmmaker Tony Gilroy had just directed franchise entry “The Bourne Legacy,” but he wasn’t fooling himself. In his pragmatic view, tentpoles were taking over and the lifespan for mid-sized movies—the kind that were his bread and butter like “Michael Clayton” and “Duplicity”—within Hollywood at least, was dying fast. “It’s like complaining about the weather. It’s a fact,” he said of the dearth of modest studio pictures. And as many have observed, including his peer Steven Soderbergh for example, the appetite for that genre and form of storytelling had migrated. “There will be exceptions for decades, but as a rule: the middle class ambitious dramatic filmmaking—it’s on TV. That’s why TV is so great right now, because they got that form of storytelling. That kind of work and that kind of expectation of from the audience is on television in a really extraordinary way. »

- Rodrigo Perez

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'Michael Clayton' Director Tony Gilroy Making His First Venture Into TV With A Project About an Executioner in '30s Paris

25 September 2013 9:08 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Tony Gilroy, writer of all four "Bourne" movies and director of the most recent one in addition to "Duplicity" and "Michael Clayton," is venturing into television, according to Deadline. With his brother Dan Gilroy, the "State of Play" scripter has created and written "Monsieur de Paris," a drama set in 1931 Paris and focused on France's keeper of the guillotine, a man who comes from six generations of executioners and who balances his professional life as a government-sanctioned killer with a domestic one as a husband and family man. "We've waited a long time to find the right moment, the right idea, and the right place to have a long-form adventure," Tony Gilroy, who will also direct the project, told Deadline. "Everyone knows the most imaginative, electric storytelling is happening on the second screen these days and we're terribly excited about being part of it." "Monsieur de Paris" is being produced by Gaumont International Television, »

- Alison Willmore

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'Michael Clayton' Director Tony Gilroy Making His First Venture Into TV With A Project About an Executioner in '30s Paris

25 September 2013 9:08 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Tony Gilroy, writer of all four "Bourne" movies and director of the most recent one in addition to "Duplicity" and "Michael Clayton," is venturing into television, according to Deadline. With his brother Dan Gilroy, the "State of Play" scripter has created and written "Monsieur de Paris," a drama set in 1931 Paris and focused on France's keeper of the guillotine, a man who comes from six generations of executioners and who balances his professional life as a government-sanctioned killer with a domestic one as a husband and family man. "We've waited a long time to find the right moment, the right idea, and the right place to have a long-form adventure," Tony Gilroy, who will also direct the project, told Deadline. "Everyone knows the most imaginative, electric storytelling is happening on the second screen these days and we're terribly excited about being part of it." "Monsieur de Paris" is being produced by Gaumont International Television, »

- Alison Willmore

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Tom Wilkinson Will Boss Around Vince Vaughn In Business Trip

19 September 2013 6:48 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

One of the funniest scenes in recent memory, and in a movie that almost nobody saw, was the opening credits of Duplicity, a spy comedy starring Julia Roberts and Clive Owen, but opening on a slow-motion fistfight between Tom Wilkinson and Paul Giamatti, playing two titans of industry who were sick of each others' shit. The scene is funny both because it's two middle-aged white dudes throwing ineffective punches, and because both Wilkinson and Giamatti have reputations for being Serious Actors, which they happily shed to whale on each other on the tarmac. So yeah, Tom Wilkinson can be funny. But can he be funny and hold his own against a motormouth like Vince Vaughn? That's another question entirely. Deadline reports that Wilkinson is starring opposite Vaughn in The Business Trip, a comedy that will be directed by Vaughn's Delivery Man director Ken Scott. Wilkinson's character is described as "a »

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‘Four Lions’ Star Riz Ahmed to Join Jake Gyllenhaal in ‘Nightcrawler’ (Exclusive)

16 September 2013 11:14 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Riz Ahmed is set to join Jake Gyllenhaal in Dan Gilroy’s directorial debut “Nightcrawler.” The dark thriller follows a driven young man (Gyllenhaal) who discovers the nocturnal world of L.A. freelance crime journalism. Bill Paxton and Rene Russo co-star in the film, which will find Ahmed serving as Gyllenhaal’s driver and protege. Jennifer Fox and Tony Gilroy, who collaborated on “Michael Clayton” and “Duplicity,” will produce along with Gyllenhaal. Bold Films is financing with Michel Litvak and David Lancaster producing and Gary Michael Walters serving as executive producer. Ahmed, who previously starred in “Four Lions” and Mira Nair’s “The Reluctant Fundamentalist, »

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Paranoia: Film Review

9 August 2013 11:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Thrillers about corporate intrigue run the risk of seeming rarefied and convoluted rather than suspenseful. That was the undoing of the high-profile Julia Roberts-Clive Owen starrer Duplicity a few years ago, and Paranoia might well suffer the same fate. The story of an ambitious young techie recruited to spy on his boss’s archrival never really generates the life-and-death tension that would keep audiences involved. Despite glossy production values, the film seems unlikely to stir major box-office sparks.  Adam Cassidy (Liam Hemsworth) and a group of young pals are disappointed when their presentation of a new gizmo

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- Stephen Farber

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'Paranoia' Trailer: Liam Hemsworth Goes Corporate With Harrison Ford (Video)

6 June 2013 5:42 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

If you saw the corporate espionage movie "Duplicity," starring Clive Owen and Julia Robert,s and thought, "This would be a lot better if one of the Hemsworth brothers was in it," well, your prayers are about to be answered. The thriller "Paranoia" stars Liam Hemsworth as a young man caught in a tug of war between two corporate giants played by Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman.

The film features Hemsworth as Adam, who's plucked from obscurity and retrofitted to become a young member of corporate society. He's then sent into Jock Goddard's (Ford) organization by Nicholas Wyatt (Oldman) as a spy to steal trade secrets. (We're not really sure what the secrets are, but they're probably juicy.) Complicating matters is the fact that Adam has fallen in love with Goddard's daughter, played by the always-wonderful Amber Heard. Also there's an FBI Agent snooping around. Isn't there always?

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- Drew Taylor

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Cannes 2013: 'Blood Ties' is an authentic '70s-set crime movie that gives Clive Owen his best role in years

20 May 2013 9:30 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

When film directors stage a scene from the mid-1970s, we all know how it’s done: They’ll clear everything out of a shot — commercial signage, etc. — that violates the period, and then they’ll plunk down a bunch of 1970s parked cars. Yet what they end up with still doesn’t usually look like the period — it looks prefab — and watching Blood Ties, a rivetingly scuzzy and authentic New York cops-and-crime drama (it’s set in 1974), starring Clive Owen as a hard case who has just gotten out of prison and Billy Crudup as his straight-arrow policeman brother, »

- Owen Gleiberman

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Jake Gyllenhaal to Star as Crime Reporter in 'Nightcrawler'

25 April 2013 5:40 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Jake Gyllenhaal will star as a freelance L.A. crime reporter in Nightcrawler, which will mark the directorial debut of screenwriter Dan Gilroy. Rene Russo, Gilroy's wife, is set to co-star in the movie. Sierra/Affinity will handle international sales on the project at the upcoming Cannes Film Market, with Wme Global and CAA representing North American rights. Filming will begin in late October. Gilroy most recently co-wrote the screenplay for The Bourne Legacy with his brother Tony Gilroy. Tony Gilroy and Jennifer Fox, who collaborated on Michael Clayton, Duplicity and the Bourne series, will produce along with Gyllenhaal.

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- Gregg Kilday

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Principle Photography Starts On ‘A Walk Among Tombstones’ Starring Liam Neeson

16 March 2013 12:30 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Cross Creek Pictures President Brian Oliver and Exclusive Media’s Co-Chairmen Nigel Sinclair and Guy East announced today that principal photography has begun in New York on A Walk Among The Tombstones the new crime thriller starring Oscar® winner Liam Neeson (Schindler’S List, Taken). Joining the cast are Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey); Ruth Wilson (Anna Karenina); Boyd Holbrook (The Host, Milk); David Harbour (Snitch, End Of Watch); Mark Consuelos (American Horror Story); and recording artist / U.S. X Factor fan favourite, Astro.

Written and to be directed by Academy Award® nominated Scott Frank (Out Of Sight, The Lookout), the film is based on one of 17 Matt Scudder novels written by acclaimed crime novelist Lawrence Block. The Scudder series has been in print for over 40 years and translated into over 20 languages. The movie is being produced by Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher, with their company Double Feature Films, with Danny DeVito and his company, »

- Dan Bullock

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A Walk Among the Tombstones Begins Production in New York

13 March 2013 11:44 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Cross Creek Pictures President Brian Oliver and Exclusive Media's Co-Chairmen Nigel Sinclair and Guy East announced today that principal photography has begun in New York on A Walk Among the Tombstones the new crime thriller starring Oscar winner Liam Neeson (Schindler's List, Taken). Joining the cast are Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey); Ruth Wilson (Anna Karenina); Boyd Holbrook (The Host, Milk); David Harbour (Snitch, End of Watch); Mark Consuelos (American Horror Story); and recording artist / U.S. The X Factor (Season 1) fan favorite, Astro.

Written and to be directed by Academy Award nominated Scott Frank (Out of Sight, The Lookout), the film is based on one of 17 Matt Scudder novels written by acclaimed crime novelist Lawrence Block. The Scudder series has been in print for over 40 years and translated into over 20 languages. The movie is being produced by Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher, with their company Double Feature Films, with Danny DeVito and his company, »

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Principal Photography Begins On A Walk Among The Tombstones Starring Liam Neeson

13 March 2013 5:17 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Cross Creek Pictures President Brian Oliver and Exclusive Media’s Co-Chairmen Nigel Sinclair and Guy East announced today that principal photography has begun in New York on A Walk Among The Tombstones the new crime thriller starring Oscar® winner Liam Neeson (Schindler’S List, Taken). Joining the cast are Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey); Ruth Wilson (Anna Karenina); Boyd Holbrook (The Host, Milk); David Harbour (Snitch, End Of Watch); Mark Consuelos (American Horror Story); and recording artist / U.S. X Factor (season 1) fan favorite, Astro.

Written and to be directed by Academy Award® nominated Scott Frank (Out Of Sight, The Lookout), the film is based on one of 17 Matt Scudder novels written by crime novelist Lawrence Block. The Scudder series has been in print for over 40 years and translated into over 20 languages. The movie is being produced by Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher, with their company Double Feature Films, with Danny DeVito and his company, »

- Michelle McCue

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