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'Scarlet Witch' In "Vogue"

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Sneak Peek images of actress Elizabeth Olsen, aka 'Scarlet Witch', in Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Infinity War" posing for "Vogue" (Italia) magazine, photographed by Tom Munro:

Olsen debuted as Marvel Comics' mutant, 'Scarlet Witch' in "The Avengers" sequel, "Avengers: Age Of Ultron", followed by "Captain America: Civil War":

   

By the age of eleven, Olsen had played small roles in series including "How the West Was Fun".

This was followed by appearing in her sisters' straight-to-video series "The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley". 

She filmed the movie "Red Lights" in 2011, then starred in Josh Radnor's film "Liberal Arts".

Olsen then co-starred in "Very Good Girls" (2013), followed by Spike Lee's remake of "Old Boy".

Olsen was cast as 'Edie Parker', in "Kill Your Darlings" and nominated for the 'BAFTA Rising Star' Award.

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Daniel Radcliffe Strives to Survive the Wilds in Exclusive ‘Jungle’ Poster

Following his iconic, long-running performance as Harry Potter, Daniel Radcliffe has proven to be a pretty adventurous actor. Two years after Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 hit theaters, Radcliffe appeared as a burgeoning demon in Horns, played romantic foil to Zoe Kazan in What If, and portrayed a young Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings. Last year, he had two of his best performances in Imperium and Swiss Army Man, in which he played a farting corpse opposite Paul Dano, Kazan's off-screen partner. With the exceptions of the dreadful Now You See Me 2
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Alicia Vikander-Starrer “Tulip Fever” Gets Racier Trailer and New Premiere Date

Tulip Fever”: The Weinstein Company

The Weinstein Company’s adaptation of Deborah Moggach’s best-selling novel has been scheduled and rescheduled and rescheduled again, but it looks like we’ll finally see “Tulip Fever’s” passionate and dangerous love affair come alive in a matter of weeks — and its latest red band trailer promises a thrilling and alluring drama worth waiting for.

The newest trailer warns that “seduction is a dangerous art.” Set in 17th century Amsterdam, “Tulip Fever” explores the forbidden affair between Sophia (Alicia Vikander), a married woman, and the man who has been hired to paint her portrait (Dane DeHaan, “Kill Your Darlings”). In an effort to escape Sophia’s husband, a coercing maid, and — to some extent — God himself, the two lovers decide to risk everything in the tulip market.

Christoph Waltz (“Django Unchained”) portrays Sophia’s controlling husband. Cara Delevingne (“Suicide Squad”), Holliday Grainger (“Cinderella”), and Judi Dench (“Skyfall”) also co-star.

As we previously reported, Academy Award-winning Vikander has joined the list of actresses who have begun their own production companies. Vikarious’ first feature film, “Euphoria,” is directed by Lisa Lansgeth and will make its debut at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.

Vikander also stars in the reboot of “Tomb Raider,” which will hit theaters March 16, 2018.

Tulip Fever” will hit theaters September 1.

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'Scarlet Witch' In "Vogue"

Take another look @ actress Elizabeth Olsen, aka 'Scarlet Witch', appearing in Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Infinity War" posing for "Vogue" (Italia) magazine, photographed by Tom Munro:

Olsen debuted as Marvel Comics' mutant, 'Scarlet Witch' in "The Avengers" sequel, "Avengers: Age Of Ultron", followed by "Captain America: Civil War":

By the age of eleven, Olsen had played small roles in series including "How the West Was Fun".

This was followed by appearing in her sisters' straight-to-video series "The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley". 

She filmed the movie "Red Lights" in 2011, then starred in Josh Radnor's film "Liberal Arts".

Olsen then co-starred in "Very Good Girls" (2013), followed by Spike Lee's remake of "Old Boy".

Olsen was cast as 'Edie Parker', in "Kill Your Darlings" and nominated for the 'BAFTA Rising Star' Award.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek 'Scarlet Witch'...
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Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets – Review

Dane DeHaan stars in Luc Besson’s Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets.

Photo Credit: Lou Faulon. Photo courtesy of Stx Entertainment. Motion Picture Artwork © 2017 Stx Financing, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets is writer/director Luc Besson’s latest sci-fi action/adventure film, starring Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne as a team of special agents wisecracking and flirting their way through danger as they race to unravel the puzzle of what or who is threatening to destroy the interstellar city of Alpha. The film also stars Clive Owen, Ethan Hawk and singer Rihanna.

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets is spectacular visually, with one fabulous, colorful, fantastical vision after another, and the film completely delivers on that level.

The 3D action/adventure film is based on a French sci-fi graphic novel series, “Valerian and Laureline,” or just “Valerian.” The long-running comic series,
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Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets Review

Luc Besson’s Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets opens, sans surprise, with David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” launching our senses into orbit. A perfect musical selection, correct? Yes, until the song reveals a double meaning. As “Ground control to Major Tom” plays atop interstellar diplomacy, we realize that “perfect” can be swapped with “obvious.” James Gunn’s Guardians Of The Galaxy mixtapes display deep, connected curation, while Besson’s first track has been used and reused throughout sci-fi history. This sets a constant tone as motivations, dialogue, and casting all elicit audible sighs. Something so beautiful should never be this hollow, yet Besson’s shooting star burns premature and fizzles out with a put-put sputter.

Dane DeHaan stars as the titular Major Valerian, whose romantic interest in partner Sergeant Laureline (Cara Delevingne) remains his biggest challenge. Heists? Alien thugs? Snarling creatures? All a piece of mooncake for Valerian.
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'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets' Review: Luc Besson Makes a Sci-Fi Mess

'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets' Review: Luc Besson Makes a Sci-Fi Mess
Confession: There are times when I've been loyally in Luc Besson's corner – the visual splendor of Subway (1985), The Big Blue (1988) and La Femme Nikita (1990) established him as a master of what the French call Cinéma du Look. And 1994's The Professional – with Jean Reno teaching the assassin's game to a very young Natalie Portman – went deeper, blending style with a nurturing sense of humanity. Plus, there's a lot to be said in favor of both his sci-fi extravaganza The Fifth Element (1997) and last year's next-level ScarJo-evolution whatsit Lucy.
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Indie Film Invades the Emmys: Jean Marc-Vallée, Reed Morano and More Cinematic Voices Dominate

Indie Film Invades the Emmys: Jean Marc-Vallée, Reed Morano and More Cinematic Voices Dominate
They say television is the new film, and that’s certainly true when you look at how many actors, directors, writers, cinematographers and more from the film world are counted among this year’s Emmy nominees. A majority of the biggest contenders, from “The Handmaid’s Tale” to “The Night Of,” “Big Little Lies” and “The Crown,” brought some of the best film talent to the small screen over the last year, and their work resulted in major recognition from the TV Academy.

Read More: 2017 Emmy Nominations List: ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Westworld’ Nominated for Best Drama Series

All of these nominations for film stars and behind-the-scenes talent shouldn’t come as a surprise in the era of Peak TV, but they confirm that the small screen is offering certain opportunities that Hollywood just isn’t these days. Between stronger female roles and a directorial freedom studios don’t allow, TV is
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Blake Lively To Star In Director Reed Morano’s Espionage Thriller The Rhythm Section

Production will begin later this year on a new female driven international espionage thriller The Rhythm Section, with financing from leading independent studio Im Global, it was announced today by Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of Eon Productions in London and Im Global Founder and CEO, Stuart Ford in Los Angeles.

Wilson and Broccoli, who have produced the last eight Bond films (Spectre, Skyfall, Quantum of Solace, Casino Royale, Die Another Day, The World Is Not Enough, Tomorrow Never Dies, Goldeneye), will produce. Ford and Im Global’s Academy Award winning head of production Greg Shapiro (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty, upcoming Detroit) and author/screenwriter Mark Burnell will serve as executive producers.

The Rhythm Section is a contemporary adaptation of the first of British thriller writer Mark Burnell’s “Stephanie Patrick” series of four novels.

Heroine, Stephanie Patrick (Blake Lively) is on a path of self-destruction after
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Blake Lively to star in spy thriller 'The Rhythm Section' for 'Bond' producers

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Reed Morano, riding high after critical acclaim for The Handmaid’s Tale, to direct spy thriller.

Blake Lively will star in spy thriller The Rhythm Section for James Bond producers Eon Productions and Im Global.

Reed Morano (below), who directed the first three episodes of Hulu and MGM’s Emmys hopeful The Handmaid’s Tale, is scheduled to direct the first in what is conceived as a series based on Mark Burnell’s ‘Stephanie Patrick’ espionage novels.

The producers anticipate a production start later this year, with shooting likely to take place in the UK, Ireland, Spain, Switzerland and the Us.

Im Global is financing The Rhythm Section and London-based Eon’s Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, who have produced the last eight James Bond films, serve as producers.

Im Global founder and CEO Stuart Ford and head of production Greg Shapiro will serve as executive producers alongside author and screenwriter Burnell. Im Global and Wme
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Blake Lively to star in spy thriller for 'Bond' producers

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Reed Morano, riding high after critical acclaim for The Handmaid’s Tale, to direct spy thriller.

Blake Lively will star in spy thriller The Rhythm Section for James Bond producers Eon Productions and Im Global.

Reed Morano (below), who directed the first three episodes of Hulu and MGM’s Emmys hopeful The Handmaid’s Tale, is scheduled to direct the first in what is conceived as a series based on Mark Burnell’s ‘Stephanie Patrick’ espionage novels.

The producers anticipate a production start later this year, with shooting likely to take place in the UK, Ireland, Spain, Switzerland and the Us.

Im Global is financing The Rhythm Section and London-based Eon’s Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, who have produced the last eight James Bond films, serve as producers.

Im Global founder and CEO Stuart Ford and head of production Greg Shapiro will serve as executive producers alongside author and screenwriter Burnell. Im Global and Wme
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Blake Lively to star in spy thriller for Eon, Im Global

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Reed Morano, riding high after critical acclaim for The Handmaid’s Tale, to direct spy thriller.

Blake Lively will star in spy thriller The Rhythm Section for James Bond producers Eon Productions and Im Global.

Reed Morano, who directed the first three episodes of Hulu and MGM’s Emmys hopeful The Handmaid’s Tale, is scheduled to direct the first in what is conceived as a series based on Mark Burnell’s ‘Stephanie Patrick’ espionage novels.

The producers anticipate a production start later this year, with shooting likely to take place in the UK, Ireland, Spain, Switzerland and the Us.

Im Global is financing The Rhythm Section and London-based Eon’s Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, who have produced the last eight James Bond films, serve as producers.

Im Global founder and CEO Stuart Ford and head of production Greg Shapiro will serve as executive producers alongside author and screenwriter Burnell. Im Global and Wme
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Alicia Vikander-Starrer “Tulip Fever” Gets a New Release Date and Trailer

Tulip Fever”: The Weinstein Company

We’re finally going to get to see “Tulip Fever.” The Alicia Vikander-led romantic drama was originally scheduled to hit theaters last July, but the film’s distributor, The Weinstein Company, pushed back its release until this February, and just days before it was set to bow, “Tulip Fever’s” release was once again postponed. Hopefully the third time’s a charm. The film will — at long last — open in theaters August 25.

Based on Deborah Moggach’s 2007 book of the same name, “Tulip Fever” is set in 17th century Amsterdam and centers on Sophia (Vikander), a young woman married to a much older man (Christoph Waltz, “Django Unchained”). The trailer for the film suggests that Sophia is unhappy in her relationship, and she falls hard and fast for an artist (Dane DeHaan, “Kill Your Darlings”) commissioned to paint her portrait. The two begin an affair, and decide to gamble on the market for tulip bulbs with the hopes of making enough money to run away together.

Vikander won an Oscar in 2016 for her role in “The Danish Girl.” That same year, she launched a production company, Vikarious Productions. The “Ex Machina” actress will topline her company’s first film, Lisa Langseth’s “Euphoria,” a drama about two estranged sisters. Eva Green (“Penny Dreadful”) and Charlotte Rampling (“45 Years”) co-star. Vikander is currently filming the upcoming “Tomb Raider” reboot, due March 16, 2018.

Check out the new trailer for “Tulip Fever” below.

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Tribeca 2017: 5 Must-See Lgbtq Titles At This Year’s Festival

Tribeca 2017: 5 Must-See Lgbtq Titles At This Year’s Festival
New York is a mecca for queer culture of all stripes. Set in the heart of downtown Manhattan, just a short walk from the cruising piers of Christopher street and the cocktail lounges of Chelsea, the Tribeca Film Festival is a natural home for Lgbtq creators and projects. From lesser known indie films to highly anticipated studio television shows, experimental Vr and new online work from queer up and comers pushing the conversation into new territory, the festival’s 16th edition offers plenty for the queer-minded.

Read More: Why ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Is the Most Anticipated Screening of the Tribeca Film Festival

Here is a guide to the five best Lgbtq projects playing the festival this year.

Tom of Finland

Now, here is a biopic we can get behind (or underneath, whatever your preference).

The cult icon Tom of Finland is renowned for his homoerotic drawings of beefcakes in
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‘Ingrid Goes West’: How a First-Time Filmmaker Cracked the Sundance Code

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‘Ingrid Goes West’: How a First-Time Filmmaker Cracked the Sundance Code
Warning: What you’re about to read is something of a Cinderella story.

Matt Spicer had only a couple of shorts under his belt, but when he sent his “Ingrid Goes West” screenplay to his agent, he got a call saying Aubrey Plaza wanted to play the lead — and then, Plaza was such a fan that she helped wrangle co-stars Elizabeth Olsen and O’Shea Jackson Jr. Things went so smoothly, production began just eight months after Spicer sent his agent the script.

And that’s when the trouble started.

The filmmakers lost a full day of shooting after a Santa Clarita wildfire destroyed one of their sets, while a plumbing problem at another location turned a house into a biohazard. Spicer also accidentally walked through a glass door, miraculously escaping with just a single two-inch gash on his arm.

This story has a happy ending: Neon acquired “Ingrid Goes West
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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: How Director Reed Morano Made Margaret Atwood’s Classic Novel Cinematic

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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: How Director Reed Morano Made Margaret Atwood’s Classic Novel Cinematic
How do you turn one woman’s inner narrative into something visceral? Especially when that woman is describing the horrific dystopia in which she’s trapped? That’s the challenge director Reed Morano faced when she took on Hulu’s upcoming adaptation of “The Handmaid’s Tale” — and it was one that she relished.

“I just pitched the craziest ideas I could,” Morano told IndieWire on Saturday at the Television Critics Association press tour.

Showrunner Bruce Miller described the series, set in a dystopian world that subjugates women, as a “thriller.” But it’s also an intimate depiction of life in this terrifying world, told almost entirely from the point of view of Offred (Elisabeth Moss), a young woman forced essentially into sexual slavery.

Read More: The Handmaid’s Tale’ Trailer: Elisabeth Moss Risks It All in Hulu Adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Drama

Margaret Atwood’s original novel lives entirely in Offred’s head,
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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: How Director Reed Morano Made Margaret Atwood’s Classic Novel Cinematic

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: How Director Reed Morano Made Margaret Atwood’s Classic Novel Cinematic
How do you turn one woman’s inner narrative into something visceral? Especially when that woman is describing the horrific dystopia in which she’s trapped? That’s the challenge director Reed Morano faced when she took on Hulu’s upcoming adaptation of “The Handmaid’s Tale” — and it was one that she relished.

“I just pitched the craziest ideas I could,” Morano told IndieWire on Saturday at the Television Critics Association press tour.

Showrunner Bruce Miller described the series, set in a dystopian world that subjugates women, as a “thriller.” But it’s also an intimate depiction of life in this terrifying world, told almost entirely from the point of view of Offred (Elisabeth Moss), a young woman forced essentially into sexual slavery.

Read More: The Handmaid’s Tale’ Trailer: Elisabeth Moss Risks It All in Hulu Adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Drama

Margaret Atwood’s original novel lives entirely in Offred’s head,
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ICM Partners Signs 'Good Girls Revolt' Star (Exclusive)

ICM Partners has signed Good Girls Revolt's Erin Darke, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

Darke plays Cindy Reston, one of the three leads on the Amazon freshman drama about female magazine researchers in the 1960s fighting for bylines.

After working as a casting associate at the start of her career, Darke landed a role in 2013's Kill Your Darlings, where she met boyfriend Daniel Radcliffe, who portrayed Beat poet Allen Ginsberg. Her other credits include Love & Mercy, where she played The Beach Boys' frontman Brian Wilson's first wife, Marilyn, and this summer's Mike Birbiglia indie...
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'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' Turns 15: See What Hogwarts' Most Beloved Students Are Up to Now!

"You're a wizard, Harry!"

It's hard to believe it's been 15 years since we first heard Robbie Coltrane deliver that line in character as Rubeus Hagrid in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, the first of what would turn into eight total fantasy films based on the beloved "Harry Potter" book series by J.K. Rowling.

Nov. 16, 2001 marked the day the world was introduced to Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, Emma Watson as Hermione Granger and Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley. Potterheads quickly fell in love with their unbreakable bond on-screen, which was noticeably just as strong when the cameras weren't rolling.

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In celebration of the franchise's 15th anniversary, Et's taking you back in time to the trio's first moments together at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, to see just how far these talented stars have come since their Gryffindor days.

Watch: 'Harry Potter' Stars Reunite for Tour of 'Diagon Alley' Attraction

"I started to cry
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First Look at Luc Besson's "Valerian".

Chris here. With the events of this week, some cheesy intergalactic journey doesn't sound too bad if it means we get to escape our planet for a little while. Here for a quick distraction is next year's scifi saga from Luc Besson Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets:

Some quick thoughts:

I can't quite decide if these visuals are exciting or ugly/boring. It's certainly energized, but still nothing we haven't seen before. Dane DeHaan is a strong young talent, but action movie material? Curious casting. But my goodness was he sultry in Kill Your Darlings, so maybe at best he won't be bland here. Speaking of casting, this romantic pairing is a bit icky considering they look like they could be siblings. This will come around the 20th anniversary of Besson's The Fifth Element. I'm not a fan, but Valerian might be a fun way to
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