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Keira Knightley to Make Broadway Debut in 'Therese Raquin'

23 October 2014 9:50 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Keira Knightley is no stranger to period dramas, appearing in Pride and Prejudice, Anna Karenina, The Duchess, and many more. Even the film she is Oscar campaigning for now, The Imitation Game, is a period drama. Well, she has just signed on for another. This time, it is an adaptation of ?mile Zola's Therese Raquin. The catch is this adaptation is not on film. No, Knightley will be making her Broadway debut in a new stage version by British playwright Helen Edmundson. I am an unapologetic Keira Knightley fan. I think she has delivered some very impressive performances, particularly in Never Let Me Go and A Dangerous Method, and am curious to see how she fares as a stage actor. She has done a couple of productions in the West End, but with living in America and travel being expensive, I have not gotten to see them. She does have a very expressive, »

- Mike Shutt

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London Film Festival: 8 stunning images of iconic stars in the capital

7 October 2014 6:45 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Rarely seen images of iconic Hollywood stars over the last century in London's Leicester Square have been revealed ahead of the 2014 BFI London Film Festival.

The pictures capture cinematic history in the capital, including Marilyn Monroe curtseying for The Queen, and all feature in The Glamour of Leicester Square coffee table book by W London - Leicester Square.

The BFI London Film Festival opens tomorrow with the premiere of The Imitation Game, with confirmed attendances from the movie's stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Mark Strong and Charles Dance

Brad Pitt's World War II drama Fury will close the event on October 19.

Peruse through some classic images of stars from the world of cinema and beyond below:

1. Sophia Loren

Sophia Loren receives a celebratory kiss from her husband, Italian film producer Carlo Ponti, after she received the first Alexander Korda International Star of the Year award at the »

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Cyber Bully

20 September 2014 7:11 AM, PDT | ScreenTerrier | See recent ScreenTerrier news »

17 year old Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams is set to play Casey Jacobs, a teenage girl battling with her anonymous cyber-stalker in a real-time docu-drama thriller for Channel 4.

Maisie (represented by Louise Johnston Management) shot to fame playing Arya Stark in Game of Thrones and this year as well as being named as one of the UK’s international Screen Stars of Tomorrow, she won The Entertainment Weekly’s award for best Supporting Actress.

Also joining the supporting cast of Cyber Bully, will be Never Let Me Go and Kick Ass 2 star Ella Purnell, and Jake Davies, who can also be seen in mathematical feature X + Y.

Casey is a teenager who experiences the worst the web has to offer – from peer-to-peer bullying to advanced computer hacking – and fights to overcome her ordeal.

The plot of Cyber Bully is inspired by dozens of real-life cases. What happens to Casey is extreme, »

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Blu-ray, DVD Release: The Night Porter

18 September 2014 1:34 PM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Dec. 9, 2014

Price: DVD $29.95, Blu-ray $39.95

Studio: Criterion Collection

Dirk Bogarde and Charlotte Rampling in The Night Porter.

The 1974 drama The Night Porter is an unsettling piece from Italian filmmaker Liliana Cavani (Ripley’s Game)

In the film, a concentration camp survivor (Charlotte Rampling, Never Let Me Go) discovers her former torturer and lover (Dirk Bogarde, I Only Want You To Want Me) working as a porter at a hotel in postwar Vienna. When the couple attempt to re-create their sadomasochistic relationship, his former SS comrades begin to stalk them.

Operatic and disturbing, The Night Porter deftly examines the lasting social and psychological effects of the Nazi regime.

Criterion’s new Blu-ray and DVD editions of the movie contain the following:

• New 2K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray

• New interviews with director Liliana Cavani and screenwriters Barbara Alberti and Amedeo Pagani

• Women of the Resistance, »

- Laurence

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Watch: New Ads Directed By Jonathan Glazer, Mark Romanek & Floria Sigismondi

16 September 2014 7:49 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Sometimes you just gotta pay the bills. While we'd rather see these three filmmakers working on feature films, if the advertising world gives them money to play, we're all for it. And big brands know if you want your product to shine, sometimes you need to put it into the right hands. So let's see what Jonathan Glazer ("Under The Skin," "Birth"), Mark Romanek ("Never Let Me Go," "One Hour Video") and Floria Sigismondi (countless music videos, the underrated "Runaways") have been up to. First up, Glazer goes to Florence for Canon where he documents the vicious, annual game of Calcico Storico, a crude historic version of football played with no protective equipment, and seemingly little regard for any kind of rules. So yes, there is a ball and scoring, but there is also barefist punching body slams. But it's not the violence that concerns Glazer — though it's there — so »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Tiff 2014: Five things we learned at 99 Homes' press conference

9 September 2014 4:04 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

With director Ramin Bahrani under the weather, the majority of the talking fell to 99 Homes' cast at its press conference at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.

In Bahrani's upcoming drama, Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man, Never Let Me Go) plays Dennis Nash, an unemployed construction worker who is evicted from his house by a realtor-cum-axeman for the banks, Rick Carver ("Boardwalk Empire"'s Michael Shannon ). It isn't long before Nash is roped into Carver's unscrupulous business of foreclosing on the disenfranchised in the bleak hope of reclaiming his home for his own family.

Here are five things we learned at the press conference for 99 Homes:

Three years makes the difference, it seems. Bahrani initially had Garfield's character written as a thirty-year -old, but Garfield disagreed with the age. The Amazing Spider-man star believed a younger age of twenty-seven would better inform the construction worker's relationship with the older Carver, as »

- Sasha James

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Telluride Reviews: '99 Homes,' 'Madame Bovary,' ''71,' 'Wild Tales'

3 September 2014 6:18 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Telluride — It's impossible to see every movie at a film festival, but you can certainly come close if you're able to catch a few of the main centerpieces beforehand. At Telluride, the benefit of having viewed "Foxcatcher," "Mr. Turner," "Mommy" and "The Homesman" at Cannes allowed this pundit to catch a few of the lower profile titles that are still worthy of your attention. Here are a few short capsule reviews for some films that will also screen at the Toronto and New York film festivals and that should most definitely be on your radar. "Madame Bovary" Grade: C+ Reaction: Sophie Barthes' adaptation of the classic Gustave Flauber novel is a sight to behold. The cinematography from Andrij Parekh ("Blue Valentine") and the costumes from Christian Gasc and Valérie Ranchoux are Oscar-worthy, and the score by Evgueni and Sacha Galperine memorably adds to the atmosphere. Unfortunately, Barthes wants to »

- Gregory Ellwood

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Telluride: The Making and Breaking of Oscar Contenders

1 September 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor 

With the conclusion of the 41st Telluride Film Festival today, and the commencement of the 39th Toronto International Film Festival Sept. 4 (which runs through Sept. 14), the impetus of Oscar season is upon us.

Though Telluride is known for being a more intimate and low-key festival, it has become a frontrunner in debuting Oscar contenders and winners in recent years. In the past six years, four of the Best Picture winners have premiered at Telluride: 12 Years a Slave (2013), Argo (2012), The King’s Speech (2010) and Slumdog Millionaire (2008). Gravity (2013), winner of seven Academy Awards, made its North American debut at Telluride last year. Academy Award winners Capote (2005), Juno (2007) and The Descendants (2011) all bowed at the festival. Countless Academy Award nominees, including Amélie (2001; North American premiere), Little Children (2006) and Up in the Air (2009), were introduced in the small Colorado town.

Telluride’s debuting prowess has been recognized by filmmakers and film buffs alike, »

- Anjelica Oswald

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Mark Romanek on Directing Taylor Swift’s New Video ‘Shake It Off’

21 August 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Taylor Swift fans were bowled over this week when the singer debuted the music video for her new, previously unannounced single "Shake It Off," but fans of the format were doubly surprised by who directed it: Mark Romanek, the helmer of some of the most iconic music videos ever made, including Johnny Cash's "Hurt," Fiona Apple's "Criminal," and the Nine Inch Nails clip "Closer." These days, Romanek is more focused on feature films (his big-screen work includes One Hour Photo and Never Let Me Go, and he's currently circling The Overlook Hotel, a prequel to The Shining set up at Warner Bros.), but "Shake It Off" is the latest in a music-video resurgence for the director: After eight years away from the medium, he directed last year's Jay Z clip "Picasso Baby" and the music video for U2's big Super Bowl single "Invisible." Clearly, Romanek's busier than ever right now, »

- Kyle Buchanan

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9 Reasons Andrew Garfield Should Be Your Celebrity Crush

20 August 2014 5:16 AM, PDT | | See recent Popsugar news »

Andrew Garfield is no stranger to the spotlight - we're talking about Spider-Man here - but you may be surprised to learn just how many cute quirks and hidden talents the actor possesses. For example, did you know that he can do a perfect backflip? Or that he knows all the words to the "Bed Intruder" song? Let me tell you, it's all very, very endearing. So in honor of Andrew's 31st birthday, here are the nine reasons why he should be your celebrity crush (that is, if he isn't already). 1. He's a geeky fan boy - in the most adorable way. Sure, Andrew plays Spider-Man in the movies, but he's also one of the biggest fans of the comic book out there. To prove how much he loves Spidey, Andrew dressed up in a store-bought costume and surprised fans at Comic-Con in 2011 by giving a heartfelt speech about what the superhero means to him. »

- Becky-Kirsch

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Director Mark Romanek Adds Taylor Swift Jam to His Impressive Music Video Work

19 August 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Nine Inch Nails. Johnny Cash. Fiona Apple. Jay-z. Taylor Swift. Does one of these not quite sound like the others? Too bad, because they’re all now artists who have commissioned director Mark Romanek to direct a music video. Romanek may have made the transition to the big screen, but the filmmaker got his start directing clean, arty and weird music videos for a bevy of stars. He was rewarded for it, too, as Romanek has three Grammys under his belt for Best Short Form Music Video. So what’s next? Apparently, returning to the small screen to direct Swift in her “Shake It Off.” Huh. The video is, of course, beautifully lensed, and it is kind of fun to see Romanek, so well-known for serious film fare like One Hour Photo and Never Let Me Go, having a little bit of fun with his subject matter. “Shake It Off” is definitely catchy, and »

- Kate Erbland

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Watch: Mark Romanek Directed Video For Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off"

18 August 2014 2:51 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

So a monumental event took place today: Taylor Swift released a new song, details of her new album 1989 and for a contest which we don't really care about enough to explain here. We're pretty sure you can Google it. She dropped a new video for the song, and the reason we're paying attention is that it was directed by Mark Romanek ("One Hour Photo," "Never Let Me Go"). The spot for "Shake It Off" finds Swift playfully poking fun at her contemporaries like Lady Gaga and Lily Allen, and there also seems to be some "Black Swan" nods in here too. At any rate, watch below, and we'll admit, it's a helluva earworm. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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'Vampire Diaries' Costars Joseph Morgan & Persie White Wed In Jamaica

27 July 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Joseph Morgan and Persie White, who costarred on The CW’s The Vampire Diaries, were married earlier this month in Jamaica.

Joseph Morgan, Persie White Marry

Morgan, 33, and White, 41, tied the knot in Ocho Rios, Calif., on July 5 in an intimate ceremony attended by 26 family members and close friends. One of the wedding guests was Morgan’s best man, Constantine star Matt Ryan, whom Morgan has known since his teens.

“It had a very rustic feel to it,” White told People magazine of her wedding with the Originals star. “There was nothing about it that was overwhelming or very huge or fabulous in that way. We tried to keep everything really intimate and beautiful and sort of get along with nature.”

"I think one of the reasons we picked [the location] was because we love the ocean and we both grew up by the sea," White continued. "To be by the sea was wonderful. »

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Joseph Morgan Marries Persia White in Jamaica - See the Exclusive Photos!

23 July 2014 11:45 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Sorry, ladies. Joseph Morgan is off the market. The actor, who currently heads up the CW's The Originals, wed his Vampire Diaries costar Persia White in an intimate ceremony in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, on July 5. "It had a very rustic feel to it," White tells People. "There was nothing about it that was overwhelming or very huge or fabulous in that way. We tried to keep everything really intimate and beautiful and sort of going along with nature." The bride wore a Vera Wang dress with a cathedral-length veil, while the groom sported an ivory-colored silk tux with black lapels by Miguel Wilson. »

- Tara Fowler

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Joseph Morgan Marries Persia White in Jamaica - See the Exclusive Photos!

23 July 2014 11:45 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Sorry, ladies. Joseph Morgan is off the market. The actor, who currently heads up the CW's The Originals, wed his Vampire Diaries costar Persia White in an intimate ceremony in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, on July 5. "It had a very rustic feel to it," White tells People. "There was nothing about it that was overwhelming or very huge or fabulous in that way. We tried to keep everything really intimate and beautiful and sort of going along with nature." The bride wore a Vera Wang dress with a cathedral-length veil, while the groom sported an ivory-colored silk tux with black lapels by Miguel Wilson. »

- Tara Fowler

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Mark Romanek To Direct ‘The Shining’ Prequel

21 July 2014 6:19 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

It’s come to light that Mark Romanek is the top man on the list, and currently in negotiations, to direct The Overlook Hotel, the prequel to Stephen King’s The Shining.

Taken from an original story by Glen Mazzara (The Walking Dead showrunner), it’s based around the original prologue to that book that was cut from publication in 1977. The story is told by the first owner, Bob T. Watson, who was a robber baron (businessmen who used exploitative practices to make money) in the early 20th century. The story goes that he climbed the Colorado Rockies and wanted to build the biggest, most impressive resort hotel in America.

Despite Romanek having mostly worked around impressive music videos, he’s also directed the brilliant creepy and uncomfortably realistic One Hour Photo starring Robin Williams in 2002, plus the deeply atmospheric Never Let Me Go (2010) that starred Carey Mulligan and Andrew Garfield. »

- Dan Bullock

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Mark Romanek Heads To The Overlook Hotel

20 July 2014 10:27 AM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

It’s been a long four years since we’ve seen anything work out for Never Let Me Go director Mark Romanek. He’s been in talks to make several movies, only for those to go nowhere; he shot a pilot for a TV series based on Joe Hill’s Locke & Key comics that sadly didn’t get picked up, and has had several projects sit in development. Now he’s in negotiations for an unexpected project: The Overlook Hotel.Also known as a prequel to The Shining, the film has been in development for a couple of years at Warner Bros., with former Walking Dead show runner Glen Mazzara taking on the job of writing the script explaining what happens in the hotel long before Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) and his family arrived for their ill-fated stay. After a long period of no information about what exactly what that »

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10 Biggest Movie And TV News This Week (July 19)

18 July 2014 11:05 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Marvel Studios

Greetings and salutations everyone! Welcome to the best movie news wrap-up on the web, the News Brief! For those of you just joining us, we’re here to dissect the biggest movie and television developments that invaded our RSS feeds this week, and what a week it was!

On the superhero front we’ve got updates for Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Flash, Daredevil, and the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe (which gets bigger and bigger each week!) We’ve also got updates on the Power Rangers reboot, as well as the current state of the Spider-Man franchise (I don’t know about you, but my Spidey sense is really tingling with that one).

On the other side of the spectrum we’ve got updates about a Beatles documentary from Ron Howard, a movie about a beloved 1980s arcade game (not, it’s not Ms. Pac-Man, sorry »

- James Garcia

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Mark Romanek to Direct The Shining Prequel, Called Overlook Hotel

18 July 2014 4:30 PM, PDT | | See recent Worst Previews news »

Mark Romanek, the director of "One Hour Photo" and "Never Let Me Go," is in negotiations with Warner Bros to direct "Overlook Hotel," which is a prequel to Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" movie and is based on Stephen King's original prologue to "The Shining" book which was cut prior to publication in 1977. The film will tell the origin story of the haunted hotel through the eyes of its first owner, Bob T. Watson, a robber baron at the turn of the 20th century. Watson scaled the remote peaks of the Colorado Rockies to build the grandest resort in America, and a place he and his family would also call home. Former "Walking Dead" showrunner Glen Mazzara wrote the script. »

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Mark Romanek Directing ‘Overlook Hotel,’ Because Even Resorts Get Origin Stories

18 July 2014 3:35 PM, PDT | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

With conspiracy theorists and devotees to the history and mysteries within room 237 making virtually nothing about The Shining a secret anymore, you would think that the existence of a prequel detailing the origins of the world’s worst winter getaway would be deemed unnecessary. And yet, Overlook Hotel, the companion film to Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 classic, is moving forward with Mark Romanek (Never Let Me GoOne Hour Photo) at the helm, according to Variety. Know any terrifying little twin sisters in need of their very first SAG cards? The premise for the prequel does seem intriguing. The film, scripted by former The Walking Dead showrunner Glen Mazzara, will be based on the original prologue to Stephen King’s 1977 novel, which was cut before the book went to production. But how did Mazzara get the unpublished prologue? Was it sent to him by hotel ghosts? Oh, Stephen King probably published it later? No »

- Samantha Wilson

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