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Stephen King's "It" To Film Next Summer

5 December 2014 7:07 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

After years of development, it looks like the film adaptation of Stephen King's iconic work "It" is ready to move forward at New Line Cinema. "Jane Eyre" and "True Detective" first season director Cary Fukunaga is helming the two-part film adaptation of the 1,138 page novel which Dan Lin is slated to produce.

Lin gave an update on the project this week to Vulture, saying that the extra time has helped get them ready for it:

"The idea is to start official prep in March for a summer shoot.  Cary likes to develop things for a while, and we've been with this for about three or four years, so we're super excited that he stayed with it. You guys are gonna be really excited."

The original book follows a group of teen nerds and outcasts (nicknamed 'The Losers Club') in Maine in 1958 who encounter 'It', a shapeshifting creature which feeds »

- Garth Franklin

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'True Detective's Cary Fukunaga Will Direct Stephen King's 'It' This Summer

5 December 2014 5:30 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

It's time for The Losers' Club to reconvene! Stephen King's "It" is getting a 21st century makeover for the big screen, and it's got a pretty fancy director. Cary Fukunaga, who dazzled critics with "Sin Nombre" and "Jane Eyre" before winning an Emmy for "True Detective," is attached to direct the first movie of what will be a two-part series, according to producer Dan Lin.

Lin told Vulture that they even got the a-okay from King himself. "The most important thing is that Stephen King gave us his blessing. We didn't want to make this unless he felt it was the right way to go, and when we sent him the script, the response that Cary got back was, 'Go with God, please! This is the version the studio should make.' So that was really gratifying." Right, because you know what would really stink? Angering one of the most essential modern horror authors, »

- Jenni Miller

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Producer confirms Cary Fukunaga to film Stephen King's It in the summer

5 December 2014 3:26 AM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Director Cary Fukunaga (Jane Eyre, Sin Nombre) has been attached to a feature-film adaptation of Stephen King's It for over 2 years now and much another long gestating Stephen King project (The Stand), it almost feels like a pipe dream. Thankfully, it appears as if the wheels are finally in motion on the story of a group of friends who encounter a demon who takes the form of a clown.  Producer Dan Lin recently spoke up about the adaptation that's in the works and that »

- Sean Wist

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Cary Fukunaga, Hunky True Detective Director, Is Still Smokin' Hot: See His Sexy New Pictures!

3 December 2014 3:23 AM, PST | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

Cary Us away, Mr. Fukunaga! Everyone's favorite Emmys crush, gorgeous director Cary Joji Fukunaga, is back in the spotlight three months after he first stole our hearts at L.A.'s Nokia Theatre on Aug. 25. This time, he's on the cover of Man of the World's 10th issue, looking just as smokin' as ever in a chocolate-brown suit. The chiseled 37-year-old — whose body of work includes the first season of HBO's True Detective, as well as the films Jane Eyre and Sin Nombre — caused a commotion [...] »

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Stephen Daldry, D.P. Adriano Goldman on Turning Chaos into ‘Trash’

17 November 2014 11:13 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Bydgoszcz, Poland — Stephen Daldry, the director of “Trash,” and the film’s director of photography Adriano Goldman explained how they turned chaos into cinema, during a discussion at Camerimage film festival, where Daldry was given the excellence in directing award.

Daldry explained during the presentation on Sunday that the film, which plays at the fest, is based on a novel by Andy Mulligan, who had drawn on his experiences working in Brazil, India and the Philippines.

“He hadn’t set it in any particular country, so when I started thinking about making it into a film the first place I went to — following in his footsteps — was Brazil,” Daldry said.

This was mostly because of his existing relationship with Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles, who runs production company O2, which later assisted in the production of “Trash,” and Meirelles’ experience of working with non-professional actors on such productions as “City of God. »

- Leo Barraclough

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Monumental to Adapt Caitlin Moran’s Novel ‘How to Build a Girl’

11 November 2014 3:48 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Alison Owen and Debra Hayward’s newly formed Monumental Pictures has acquired the film rights to Caitlin Moran’s novel “How to Build a Girl.”

The novel, which has sold more than half a million copies in more than 16 countries, charts the journey of teenager Johanna Morrigan, who reinvents herself as Dolly Wilde: fast-talking, lady sex-adventurer, moves to London, and gets a job as music critic in the hope of saving her poverty stricken family in Wolverhampton.

Moran and John Niven are adapting the book. The project is backed by Film4.

Hayward commented: “Caitlin Moran is the wittiest writer on the planet and her creation, Johanna Morrigan stands alongside Elizabeth Bennet and Bridget Jones as one of the great female literary icons.

The pic acts as a mission statement for the company, said Owen.

“We want to make commercial movies and television with strong female characters,” she said.

The »

- Leo Barraclough

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Alison Owen & Debra Hayward’s Monumental Crafting ‘How To Build A Girl’

11 November 2014 3:48 AM, PST | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Monumental Pictures, the film and TV production shingle hung by Alison Owen and Debra Hayward in September, has acquired screen rights to How To Build A Girl, the bestseller written by Caitlin Moran. The fourth book by broadcaster, TV critic and Times columnist Moran was published in the UK by Ebury Press in July and by Harper Collins in the U.S. in September. It has sold over half a million copies and charts the journey of teenager Johanna Morrigan, who reinvents herself as Dolly Wilde: a fast-talking, lady sex-adventurer who moves to London and gets a job as music critic in the hope of saving her poverty stricken family. The producers call the Morrigan character “one of the great female literary icons” on a par with Elizabeth Bennett and Bridget Jones.

The UK’s Film4, now led by newly-installed chief David Kosse, is backing development of the project which »

- Nancy Tartaglione

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Afm: Cmg to Deliver ‘The Messenger’

6 November 2014 8:57 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — International sales outfit Cinema Management Group has taken worldwide distribution rights to “The Messenger,” and will be selling the pic at the Afm. The trailer for the film launched today.

The feature is directed by David Blair (“Best Laid Plans,” “Accused”). The cast includes Robert Sheehan (“The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones,” “Misfits”), Joely Richardson (“Nip/Tuck,” “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”), Jack Fox (“Dracula,” “Fresh Meat”), Lily Cole (“The Moth Diaries,” “Snow-white and the Huntsman”), David O’Hara (“Reach Me,” “The Departed”) and Tamzin Merchant (“Jane Eyre,” “The Tudors”).

The pic is the story of Jack: in and out of secure units all of his young life, subjected to every drug thrown at him, every treatment they can think of… but nothing is able to make the dead go away, they always find a way through. The pic is the story of Jack’s last melt down: a story of frustration and guilt, »

- Leo Barraclough

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Aff 2014: Thursday Film and Panel Picks

23 October 2014 7:30 AM, PDT | Slackerwood | See recent Slackerwood news »

Believe it or not, the 21st annual Austin Film Festival starts today. If you're a procrastinator or chronic second-guesser (that's me) you probably haven't mapped out a definite schedule yet, but you know what? That's okay. To help you along, Debbie has offered her film and panel picks for the entire festival and I'll post a few daily highlights that may help to offer some direction.

If you're into taking it one day at a time, start here with a few Thursday panel and film possibilities.

Thursday Panel Picks:

A Conversation with Cary Fukunaga -- The conference starts out strong with a discussion with the director of True Detective, Jane Eyre and Sin Nombre. How did one person end up behind such different projects? Maybe Fukunaga will tell us here. (Thursday, Oct. 23, 1-2:15 pm in the Intercontinental Stephen F. Austin Ballroom)

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- Caitlin Moore

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The 31 Best Chick Flicks on Netflix Right Now

16 October 2014 7:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Why bother going out to the multiplex when the movies you want to see are on Netflix? Whether it's a classic weepie like "An Affair to Remember," an Audrey Hepburn movie, a Jane Austen favorite or "Clueless" (again), here are some of the best chick flicks streaming on Netflix right now. (Availability subject to change.)

1. "13 Going on 30" (2004)

Who doesn't love a good time-traveling romantic comedy, especially one with a big "Thriller" dance showstopper?

2. "An Affair to Remember" (1957)

The classic romantic weepie (as referenced in "Sleepless in Seattle"), starring Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr as lovers whom fate cruelly tears apart.

3. "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1961)

Audrey Hepburn was never lovelier (or naughtier) than as Holly Golightly, a trendy New Yorker with a complicated love life and a cat called, well, Cat.

4. "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason" (2004)

The sequel finds Bridget (Renee Zellweger) in Thailand, where she's tempted to stray with ex »

- Sharon Knolle

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Film Review: ‘Trash’

7 October 2014 7:38 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Cleanly scripted in pure Hollywood fashion by Richard Curtis (with Felipe Braga translating it into Portuguese), Stephen Daldry’s “Trash” won’t be confused for a real Brazilian production: Its storyline, staging and inevitably positive spin unmistakably mark it as offshore, notwithstanding the participation of Fernando Meirelles’ 02 Filmes. A South American answer of sorts to “Slumdog Millionaire,” the pic features a trio of charismatic kids living next to a Rio garbage dump who stumble upon evidence certain to bring down a corrupt politico. Audience-friendly to a fault, “Trash” should be a modest money earner for Universal Intl., which will no doubt pitch it along “Slumdog” lines.

Andy Mulligan’s source novel was geared toward adolescents, but the film feels like more adult fare simply because young teens aren’t exactly known for their attraction to subtitles. English makes up a small percentage of the dialogue, mostly coming from Martin Sheen and Rooney Mara, »

- Jay Weissberg

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Meet the female producers smashing Hollywood's glass ceiling

6 October 2014 1:45 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

Q. What do Lincoln, E.T., The Color Purple, War of the Worlds, Jurassic Park, 12 Years a Slave, Eat Pray Love, A Mighty Heart, World War Z, Jane Eyre, Saving Mr. Banks, Proof, Elizabeth, The Master, American Hustle, Zero Dark Thirty, Her, The Dark Knight, Man of Steel, Inception, Hustle & Flow, The Hunger Games, Monsters, Inc., A Bug's Life, and Toy Story 3 have in common? A. They were all produced by women. Look around. Female producers are everywhere: Shepherding the new Star Wars trilogy. Bringing the latest Hunger Games to theaters. And in February, when Oscar night rolls around, 11 women »

- Nicole Sperling

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UK Producers Liza Marshall, Kris Thykier Launch Archery Pictures

29 September 2014 8:13 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Former Scott Free London exec Liza Marshall and Kick-Ass and One Chance producer Kris Thykier are partnering in new UK-based production company, Archery Pictures. The pair will work across film and television with Thykier shuttering his PeaPie Films and moving both the staff and development slate over to Archery. He’s currently in post on Woman In Gold with Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds, is producing Kasper Barfoed’s Summer of ‘92, and exec producing John WellsBradley Cooper-starrer Adam Jones for The Weinstein Company. Upcoming releases, Stephen Daldry’s Trash, and Asif Kapadia’s Ali & Nino will go out under the PeaPie banner.

Marshall is a respected exec who recently stepped down from her role as head of Ridley Scott’s Scott Free London which she established in 2009. Her producing and exec producing credits include Before I Go To Sleep with Nicole Kidman, Welcome To The Punch starring James McAvoy »

- Nancy Tartaglione

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Marshall, Thykier Set Up Film and TV Production House Archery Pictures

29 September 2014 7:25 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — Liza Marshall, former chief at Ridley Scott’s Scott Free London, has joined forces with Kris Thykier to set up film and television production company Archery Pictures.

Marshall will become joint managing director of the company with Thykier, who will shutter his company PeaPie Films, and move his staff and slate across to the new entity.

Key executives at Archery will include Pip Williams, senior development and production executive, and Mairi Bett, head of physical production.

Thykier, whose films have grossed over $325 million at the worldwide box-office, has two films in production: “Summer of ‘92,” directed by Kasper Barfoed, and “Adam Jones,” which he is executive producing for The Weinstein Company. Thykier is also in post-production on “Woman in Gold,” starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds.

Thykier produced Stephen Daldry’s “Trash,” alongside Working Title, which will close the Rio Film Festival on Oct. 7. Further films Thykier has produced include David Frankel’s “One Chance, »

- Leo Barraclough

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The Hype Cycle: Pre New York Buzz

26 September 2014 5:30 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The New York Film Festival starts today, and with it critics and industry members will get their first look at Gone Girl and Inherent Vice, leaving only a few studio tent poles remaining throughout the fall. They’ll also get a renewed look at Mr. Turner, Foxcatcher, and Birdman, so expect those to be back in the conversation soon.

One of the most interesting barometers for predicting the race is Movie City News’ Gurus ‘O Gold chart, a poll of all the Oscar pundits to determine the top contenders to win. They made their picks before the festivals and now after them, and they’ve got Boyhood perched atop the pedestal with the sight-unseen Unbroken, Interstellar and Gone Girl rounding out the Top 10.

This week however, all the previous week’s ranking contenders are gone from the charts in this slow week between festivals. They’ll be back with a »

- Brian Welk

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Top U.K. Producers Alison Owen, Debra Hayward Join Forces

24 September 2014 4:50 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — Leading British producers Alison Owen and Debra Hayward have joined forces at production house, Monumental Pictures, producing both movies and television drama.

Owen’s credits, through her production shingle Ruby Films, include “Saving Mr Banks,” “The Other Boleyn Girl,” “Jane Eyre,” “Temple Grandin,” which won seven Emmys, and “Small Island,” which won an International Emmy. She is in post on “Tulip Fever” for The Weinstein Company and “Suffragette” for Pathe.

Hayward produced the Golden Globe winning “Les Miserables” with Cameron Mackintosh Limited and Working Title Films, and, prior to that, was president of U.K. production at Universal-owned Working Title, where she oversaw many of their titles, serving as executive producer on films including “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,” “Senna,” “Johnny English Reborn,” “Frost Nixon,” “Nanny McPhee,” “Atonement,” “Bridget Jones’s Diary” and “Pride and Prejudice.”

The two producers last shared credit on the Oscar-nominated and BAFTA award-winning film “Elizabeth, »

- Leo Barraclough

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Top U.K. Producers Alison Owen, Debra Hayward Join Forces

24 September 2014 4:50 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Leading British producers Alison Owen and Debra Hayward have joined forces at production house, Monumental Pictures, producing both movies and television drama.

Owen’s credits, through her production shingle Ruby Films, include “Saving Mr Banks,” “The Other Boleyn Girl,” “Jane Eyre,” “Temple Grandin,” which won seven Emmys, and “Small Island,” which won an International Emmy. She is in post on “Tulip Fever” for The Weinstein Company and “Suffragette” for Pathe.

Hayward produced the Golden Globe winning “Les Miserables” with Cameron Mackintosh Limited and Working Title Films, and, prior to that, was president of U.K. production at Universal-owned Working Title, where she oversaw many of their titles, serving as executive producer on films including “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,” “Senna,” “Johnny English Reborn,” “Frost Nixon,” “Nanny McPhee,” “Atonement,” “Bridget Jones’s Diary” and “Pride and Prejudice.”

The two producers last shared credit on the Oscar-nominated and BAFTA award-winning film “Elizabeth, »

- Leo Barraclough

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'Les Miserables,' 'Saving Mr. Banks' Producers Launch U.K. Film, TV Shingle

24 September 2014 4:44 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Well-known British producers Alison Owen and Debra Hayward have teamed up to form Monumental Pictures, which will produced film and TV content.‎ The long-time friends, whose last shared credit was the Oscar-nominated and BAFTA Award-winning Elizabeth, announced the new venture on Wednesday. Owen produced the film starring Cate Blanchett, with Hayward serving as co-producer.   Owen previously set up Ruby Films in 2008. The firm worked on such films as Saving Mr. Banks and Jane Eyre. She is currently in post-production on Tulip Fever, starring Judi Dench, Christoph Waltz, Zach Galifianakis and Matthew Morrison, for The Weinstein

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- Georg Szalai

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Alison Owen, Debra Hayward Launch Monumental Pictures To Produce Films & TV

24 September 2014 3:27 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Prolific UK-based producers Alison Owen and Debra Hayward have joined forces to launch Monumental Pictures. The new production outfit will focus on both film and TV content with the aim to “keep the costs small, but the vision big,” says Saving Mr Banks producer Owen. Long-time friends and colleagues, the pair last shared a credit on 1998’s Oscar-winning Elizabeth, but Owen says they’ve been chasing the same material for so long, “we’re both exhausted from competing with each other. Ultimately, I could see the only way to beat Debra was to join her.”

Owen’s most recent credits include last year’s Mary Poppins origin story Saving Mr Banks, produced through her Ruby Films shingle which will now transition to become Monumental. She also exec produced current release The Giver. Previous titles she’s produced include Jane Eyre, The Other Boleyn Girl and multiple Emmy-winner Temple Grandin. She »

- Nancy Tartaglione

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Alison Owen, Debra Hayward form Monumental partnership

24 September 2014 2:53 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Powerhouse production duo launch film and TV company.

UK producers Alison Owen and Debra Hayward have joined forces to launch new film and TV production company Monumental Pictures.

The partnership brings together two of the UK’s most respected production executives – Ruby Films founder Owen, whose credits include Suffragette, Tulip Fever and Temple Grandin, and long-time Working Title executive Hayward, whose titles include Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Atonement and Bridget Jones’s Diary.

“Debra and I have been chasing the same material for so long now, we’re both exhausted from competing with each other,” said Owen. “Ultimately, I could see the only way to beat Debra was to join her.”

The duo will work across film and TV productions. “I see what Alison has been doing in television and that really chimed with me,” said Hayward. 

“Alison has stellar instincts about material and great talent relationships - it just made sense for us to join »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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