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'Star Wars Episode VII': Jj Abrams takes over writing as Michael Arndt exits

24 October 2013 2:46 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Jj Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan are to rewrite Star Wars: Episode VII.

They are taking over the screenwriting duties from Little Miss Sunshine writer Michael Arndt, who is exiting the project.

Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy said of the change: "I am very excited about the story we have in place and thrilled to have Larry and Jj working on the script.

"There are very few people who fundamentally understand the way a Star Wars story works like Larry, and it is nothing short of incredible to have him even more deeply involved in its return to the big screen. Jj of course is an incredible storyteller in his own right.

"Michael Arndt has done a terrific job bringing us to this point and we have an amazing filmmaking and design team in place already prepping for production."

Kasdan also co-wrote The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. He »

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'Star Wars: Episode VII': J.J. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan now rewriting screenplay -- Breaking

24 October 2013 12:33 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

Obi-Wan Kenobi said act on instinct — but others might see this as a disturbance in the Force …

Lucasfilm has announced that Star Wars: Episode VII director J.J. Abrams and Raiders of the Lost Ark writer Lawrence Kasdan have taken over screenwriting duties from Michael Arndt, an Oscar winner for Little Miss Sunshine and nominee for Toy Story 3, who had previously been working on the story.

The movie is slated for release in 2015 but no firm date has been set. In its announcement about the screenwriter shuffle today, Lucasfilm said the current plan is still to begin shooting in Spring »

- Anthony Breznican

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Competition: Win 'Rebellion' on DVD

23 August 2013 2:00 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

Featuring both thrilling action and intense drama, Rebellion (2012) tells the real-life story of a French tribe in New Caledonia who attacked a police precinct before taking thirty innocents hostage, as Special Ops officer Captain Philippe Legorjus (director Mathieu Kassovitz) is tasked with freeing them. To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of this tense thriller this Monday (26 August), we have Three DVD copies of the film to give away to our valued readership, thanks to Lionsgate Home Entertainment UK. This is an exclusive competition for our Facebook and Twitter fans, so if you haven't already, 'Like' us at facebook.com/CineVueUK or follow us @CineVue before answering the question below.

In Rebellion, a connection is formed between the Legorjus and lead terrorist Alphonse Dianou (newcomer Iabe Lapacas), but as negotiations become increasingly hostile, it becomes clear that the rebels have nothing to lose and everything to fight for. Against the »

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Rebellion Review

25 April 2013 3:45 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Mathieu Kassovitz.

Cast: Mathieu Kassovitz, Iabe Lapacas, Malik Zidi.

Running Time: 136 minutes.

Certificate: 15.

Synopsis: Set against the backdrop of the French presidential election campaign, Rebellion is a Guerrilla-styled docufilm which isolates and exposes a secret history from the depths of the Gossannah cave. Delivered from the perspective of one man bound by his duty to serve his nation, the film speaks retrospectively of an irascible voice of silenced injustice against oppression.  It appears that you can silence a people, but you can’t stifle the echo of truths stored in the cavernous mines of libraries and electronic portals. You can close your eyes, but what the heart witnesses and the mind sees will play back time and time again in the dreams of individuals and the collective memory of future generations.

In Rebellion, Mathieu Kassovitz really proves his tremendous dedication, zeal and cinematic brilliance as writer, director and actor. »

- Anouska Davies

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Exclusive Interview: Mathieu Kassovitz For ‘Rebellion’

23 April 2013 3:24 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Mathieu Kassovitz, star and director of new drama Rebellion talks up the movie in an exclusive interview with Thn in London earlier on this week.

Mathieu Kassovitz (La Haine) makes a powerful comeback in front of and behind the camera with this violent thriller, based on real-life events.It’s April 1988 on the Ouvéa Island in the French colony of New Caledonia. 30 police are kidnapped by Kanak separatists and in response 300 special-forces operatives are sent in to restore order. To avoid unnecessary conflict, Philippe Legorjus (Kassovitz), the captain of an elite counter-terrorism police unit, is sent in to the heart of the rebel base to negotiate a peaceful solution. But against the highly pressured backdrop of presidential elections in France, the stakes are high and all bets are off.Rebellion stars Mathieu Kassovitz, Malik Zidi, Alexandre Steiger, Daniel Martin, Jean-Philippe Puymartin, Philippe de Jacquelin Dulphé.

The film is released in »

- Anouska Davies

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Rebellion Review

23 April 2013 5:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Mathieu Kassovitz.

Starring: Mathieu Kassovitz, Iabe Lapacas, Malik Zidi.

Running Time: 136 minutes.

Certificate: 15

Synopsis: Set against the backdrop of a French presidential election campaign, Rebellion is a Guerilla-style docufilm which isolates and exposes a secret history from the depths of the Gossannah cave. Delivered from the perspective of a man bound by duty to serve his nation, the film speaks retrospectively of how you can silence a people, but you can’t stifle the echo of truths stored in the cavernous mines of libraries and electronic portals.

Proving his tremendous dedication, zeal and cinematic brilliance as writer, director and actor, Mathieu Kassovitz has successfully adapted Captain Philippe Legorjus’ factual account of a ten-day standoff between the local Kanaks and French military forces in 1988. Through recollected memories and a gallery of photographs, Legorjus (Mathieu Kassovitz) relays his story of grappling with the shame and guilt born of his betrayal of »

- Anouska Davies

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Rebellion – review

20 April 2013 4:08 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

A soldier is at war with himself in a taut colonial thriller that marks a stunning return to form for the director of La Haine

Mathieu Kassovitz made his name in 1995 as writer-director of the fluent, inventive La Haine, a story of 24 hours in the lives of three rebellious working-class youngsters – an explosive Jew, a mercurial, streetwise Arab and an a handsome black boxer – harassed by racist cops in Paris. A key example of the 90s genre dubbed les films de banlieues, it was screened for his cabinet by prime minister Alain Juppé. Kassovitz hasn't made much of interest since then (his last films shown here were the feeble American horror flick Gothika and the muddled sci-fi thriller Babylon Ad). His ruggedly handsome face, however, is familiar from his appearances in such films as Amélie and Spielberg's Munich, in which he played one of the Mossad agents pursuing the Black September terrorists. »

- Philip French

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Trailer Trash

20 April 2013 4:08 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Terence Stamp tells of trouser trouble on a date with Brigitte Bardot, and Mathieu Kassovitz reveals his love-hate relationship with his 'life-changing' film La Haine

When Terence met Brigitte

Some opening lines are tough to beat. I went to meet Terence Stamp at BFI Southbank last week as he celebrated the start of a career retrospective at the venue, running until the end of May. The season kicked off with the haunting Theorem, in which Stamp starred as the Visitor for Pier Paolo Pasolini. Stamp, now 74, still oozes calm and knows he's always going to be the coolest and most handsome person in the room. He's wearing a beige three-piece corduroy suit, which looks good even with socks and Birkenstocks. I congratulate him on the outfit. "Oh, yeah, this is a favourite when I'm in London. I had a blind date with Brigitte Bardot once and I wore this," he says, »

- Jason Solomons

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A conversation with Mathieu Kassovitz, director of Rebellion

20 April 2013 6:35 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Paul Risker chats with French filmmaker Mathieu Kassovitz about his latest film Rebellion...

It was eight years ago that Mathieu Kassovitz exploded onto the scene with La Haine (1995), celebrated as a modern cinematic masterpiece. So it is no surprise that here at Wages of Film, we were particularly excited at the prospect of sitting down with Mathieu Kassovitz to discuss his new film Rebellion (L'ordre et la morale), which as well as writing-directing credits, he takes on the lead role of Gign operative Capitaine Philippe Legorjus. Kassovitz offered an illuminating insight, sharing with us the difficulties he faced in bringing the story to the screen, the need for honesty to enable the film to play a part in healing the wounds of the past, the controversy following its release and how a French story is a reflection of stories that are embedded in every countries past, and his dissatisfaction with »

- Flickering Myth

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This week's new films

19 April 2013 10:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Rebellion | Promised Land | Evil Dead | Olympus Has Fallen | Love Is All You Need | Me And You | F*ck For Forest | Bait | The Words

Rebellion (15)

(Mathieu Kassovitz, 2011, Fra) Mathieu Kassovitz, Iabe Lapacas, Malik Zidi. 135 mins

Working with a real-life 1980s incident in New Caledonia (not dissimilar to a French Falklands), Kassovitz crafts a thoughtful thriller with no heroes, only good intentions compromised by colonialist mistrust and distant politics. His negotiator is set between a hair-triggered French military and separatist rebels, but with an election back home, not everyone wants a peaceful outcome.

Promised Land (15)

(Gus Van Sant, 2012, Us/UAE) Matt Damon, John Krasinski, Frances McDormand. 107 mins

With fracking as the central concern, this finds it hard to avoid being an "issue movie", but there's some human drama to it. Damon's gas agent comes to an archetypal small town with a buyout in mind, but the locals and their country ways get to him. »

- Steve Rose

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Iron Man 3 Press Conference Highlights: Will Iron Man 4 Happen? Would Robert Downey Jr Direct A Marvel Movie?

19 April 2013 7:01 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

After The Avengers the world truly became a different place, not only for the characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but also in the landscape of Hollywood. Having seen the success, not only of The Avengers movie, but also of the approach Marvel took to building up their franchises and linking them all together, it’s made a big wave in the thinking of writers and directors everywhere. Star Wars will now have a flurry of movies out with some movies focused on single characters, and the Justice League will…well who knows what the hell is happening with that, but the point is The Avengers Assemble made a big difference to cinema.

A year later and the first post Avengers movie from Marvel is upon us, and franchise that really set the whole Avengers ball rolling, it’s Iron Man 3.

A couple of days ago I was in »

- David Pustansky

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21 And Over Video Review

19 April 2013 3:34 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Do you remember that scene in Dumb and Dumber where Jeff Daniels licks a frozen metal pole and finds that his tongue gets stuck to it? Then to free him, he has his head pulls backwards with his tongue stretching like a rubber band? Remember that scene? Well the movie 21 And Over basically does the same joke, but instead of a tongue getting stuck to something and being stretched, it’s a man’s penis…not that it could be a woman’s penis…but the point is that one scene pretty much sums up the level of humour in 21 And Over.

From the writers of The Hangover, expectations are suitably high, but the question as it is with so many filmmakers, have they followed up their hit with another hit, tried to recreate past glories, or gone off on some weird path with something totally unexpected?

In this video »

- David Pustansky

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Podcast 57: Evil Dead And Rebellion

18 April 2013 5:02 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

The star and director of Evil Dead, Jane Levy and Fede Alvarez, stop by the Empire Podcast studio to talk blood, body parts and chainsaws this week, with only two of us fainting during the process.Elsewhere, La Haine director and Amelie star Mathieu Kassovitz drops in in honour of his latest, Rebellion, and the podcast team talk embarrassing interview questions, yearly Star Wars outings and funerals in the movies (for some reason...).P.S. Don't forget to check out our podcast photo gallery here and subscribe to the Empire Podcast via our iTunes page or this handy RSS feed. »

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Mathieu Kassovitz: 'I'm not proud to be French'

18 April 2013 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Mathieu Kassovitz was hailed as the heir to Truffaut after making La Haine in 1995. So why has he renounced French cinema after making his latest film, Rebellion?

Any doubts over Mathieu Kassovitz's feelings towards his national film industry were cleared up last year when he tweeted: "Bugger French cinema. Go fuck yourself with your shitty films." He's done with France. He's moved to Los Angeles. The tweet was in response to the César nominations, France's equivalent of the Oscars. In a field dominated by The Artist and Untouchable, Kassovitz's sober political thriller, Rebellion, received just one nomination, for best adapted screenplay.

"I wasn't hurt because they didn't want to give me a César, I was hurt because they didn't care about that kind of movie any more," says Kassovitz, who has previously won three Césars and never turned up to collect them. "It's a French story. It's craftsmanship. We »

- Steve Rose

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Rebellion review

18 April 2013 5:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

La Haine’s Mathieu Kassovitz returns, licking his wounds, to home soil following his less than auspicious results in Hollywood (he disowned the theatrical cut of his 2008 Vin Diesel apocalyptic actioner Babylon Ad). Not one to shy away from a challenge, he’s back in the directors chair, as well as co-writing, co-producing and starring in this true-life account French colonial unrest which resulted in severe military force. Thankfully, the film sees Kassovitz back on solid ground, displaying much of the cinematic pizzazz which characterised his earlier work.

The film opens with scenes which occur towards the end of the struggle, where things have gone seriously awry, leaving the audience with an impending sense of doom from the off. The director still manages to present a taut countdown to the outcome of events from 1988 which saw members of a separatist group from the Ouvea island of New Caledonia taking 27 French »

- Adam Lowes

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Interview With Mark Harris: Star Of Brit Film ‘The Broken’

17 April 2013 12:45 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

A few days ago I was able to get a sneak peak at The Broken, a new British film starring Mark Harris (Whose credits include Outside Bet, and Offender). The film is so new in fact that in order to get a glimpse at what is coming I had to visit the edit suite where they were still piecing together the cut.

Check out the interview below where Mark talks about his character, the challenges of making the film and some of the challenges of life and the acting business.

The film sees Mark play Matt Hollis, a father and husband who is struggling to keep his family together having spent some time in prison and faced other challenges in life. A family holiday to the United States seemed the perfect thing to get back on the right track, but shortly after arriving in the Us of A everything turns »

- David Pustansky

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Interview: Mathieu Kassovitz, director of 'Rebellion'

17 April 2013 12:55 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

Having burst onto the scene with the incendiary banlieue drama La Haine back in 1995, it's fair to say that French filmmaker Mathieu Kassovitz has never truly matched the raw, innovation of his sophomore project. That is until now, with the UK release of his intense real-life thriller Rebellion (L'ordre et la morale, 2011), in which Kassovitz also takes on the lead role of Gign operative Capitaine Philippe Legorjus. Recently, we were fortunate enough to sit down and discuss the movie with Kassovitz, who gave us a candid insight into the politics behind a film such as this, the controversy it has caused both at home and abroad, and also tells us exactly how he feels about the current state of French cinema.

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Film Review: 'Rebellion'

17 April 2013 12:00 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★★★☆ Following on from this year's Academy Awards comes Mathieu Kassovitz's Rebellion (L'ordre et la morale, 2011), a film certainly reminiscent of nominees Zero Dark Thirty and Argo, complete with themes of terrorism and and shot in a pensive, Bigelow-like way. Kassovitz takes on the lead role of Philippe Legorjus, a hostage negotiator who's dispatched to New Caledonia to address a situation in which the indigenous Kanaks are holding twenty police officers captive. Based on real events and set in 1988, Capitaine Legorjus leads a team of Gign workers to the French territory, in a bold attempt to rescue the aforementioned detainees.

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- CineVue UK

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Oblivion Video Review

15 April 2013 3:08 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

In a future where aliens have attacked the Earth, the moon has been destroyed, and the fate of human kind lies in a daring mission to relocate to Saturn’s moon Titan, only Tom Cruise can save mankind from a deadly threat which could lead to our complete extinction! You can sigh with relief there then as he’s pretty damed good at the whole impossible mission thing, and already kicked some alien ass in War of the Worlds!

Oblivion stars Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman, Andrea Riseborough and Olga Kurylenko and is a Sci-Fi action Blockbuster from director Joseph Kosinski who brought us Tron Legacy in 2010. I was able to catch the film on the eye meltingly big IMAX screen and soak it all in. In this video review I have a fun look at the movie, brandish my own strange sense of humour, figure out the movie by numbers »

- David Pustansky

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Early Q&A Screening Details Of Mathieu Kassovitz’s ‘Rebellion’

8 April 2013 10:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

This month finally sees the UK release of Mathieu Kassovitz’s fact-based drama, Rebellion. The acclaimed film, co-written, directed and starring the Frenchman, centres on dissidents in a French colony who attacked a police station in 1988 and took hostages. Below we have all the details of a number of early screenings via the press release, which all include a question and answer session with Kassovitz.

Rebellion Q&A Screenings Next Sunday April 14th

Hackney Picturehouse – 2pm

http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Hackney_Picturehouse/film/Rebellion

Odeon Covent Garden – 4pm

http://www.odeon.co.uk/fanatic/film_info/m100564/Rebellion_Q_amp_A_With_Mathieu_Kassovitz

Cine Lumiere – 6pm

http://www.institut-francais.org.uk/cine-lumiere/whats-on/new-releases/rebellion

Mathieu Kassovitz (La Haine) makes a powerful comeback in front of and behind the camera with this violent thriller, based on true events.

It’s April 1988 on the Ouvéa Island in the French colony of New Caledonia. »

- Craig Hunter

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