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The Leftovers' Ann Dowd Adds Cinemax's Quarry to Her Plate

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Leftovers‘ standout Ann Dowd is staying in the HBO family with a multi-episode arc on Cinemax’s new drama Quarry, TVLine has learned exclusively.

RelatedThe Leftovers Season 2: Family Matters Alum Among 3 New Additions

The series, based loosely on a series of books by Max Allen Collins, centers on the titular Marine marksman (played by PrometheusLogan Marshall-Green) who returns home from Vietnam in 1972 only to find himself shunned and demonized. Disillusioned, the vet is quickly recruited into a network of contract killers and corruption along the Mississippi River.

Dowd will play loving, accepting southern momma Naomi — a big-hearted »

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Composer Marc Streitenfeld Is Arduous In His Search for the Lost Chord

20 May 2015 12:45 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Marc Streitenfeld — the composer of “Prometheus,” “American Gangster” and the upcoming “Poltergeist” — can trace his musical roots back to a 19th-century troubadour whose family was executed after he wrote a song mocking the emperor of Germany.

“Which is funny, you know?” he says, laughing in his spacious, comfortable Venice, Calif., studio just days after completing the mix for the “Poltergeist” soundtrack. “That’s the only family musical connection I can find.”

It must have been enough.

The 40-year-old German native has joined the ranks of billion-dollar composers with five films for director Ridley Scott, including “Gangster” and “Prometheus,” and four more for other directors including “The Grey,” “Killing Them Softly” and “After the Fall.” He’s now scoring the series “Hand of God” for Amazon.

It seems like a meteoric rise, considering he’s only been composing for nine years. But this ex-guitarist has been working in various capacities in »

- Jon Burlingame

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'Tomorrowland' (2015) Movie Review

20 May 2015 8:59 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

I'm quite certain you could lop off the first 20-30 minutes of Tomorrowland and never notice. Then again, the same could probably be said for the final 80-90 minutes. There is little to no point to this movie other than to throw a plastic-wrapped vision of imagination and invention alongside a ham-fisted environmental message down our throats with all the subtlety of James Cameron's Avatar, but Cameron had the good sense to at least develop a story around his preaching whereas Tomorrowland beats around the bush until finally allowing Hugh Laurie to belt out his sermon before delivering the film's ultimate finale with a big dull thud. Director Brad Bird (Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, Ratatouille), who co-wrote the film's screenplay with Damon Lindelof ("Lost", Prometheus), spends nearly a quarter of the film's running time introducing us to the young inventor Frank Walker (Thomas Robinson). Frank has built a »

- Brad Brevet

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"Tomorrowland" Scribe Dismisses The Haters

20 May 2015 7:31 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Brad Bird's "Tomorrowland" has already screened for critics and has received decidedly mixed reviews so far. Criticisms have been targeted at the film's problematic structure with both beloved filmmaker Brad Bird and writer Damon Lindelof coming under fire.

Lindelof of course has become something of a whipping boy in the geek/fanboy community for his work on "Lost," "Prometheus" and "Star Trek Into Darkness" which themselves received mixed reviews and were criticised for their scripts. In a new interview with Vulture though, Lindelof effectively dismisses any criticism that has been or will be thrown at the film by geeks suggesting that they will enjoy it but won't be able to admit it in order to score brownie points with their peers:

"There's this great thing in all of us where we want to hope, we want to believe. But then what happens? We saw that hope with Obama's first election … and then, »

- Garth Franklin

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Tomorrowland's Damon Lindelof and George Clooney talk fanboy cynicism

20 May 2015 7:18 AM, PDT | | See recent JoBlo news »

This Friday sees the release of Brad Bird's Tomorrowland, which was also written with Damon Lindelof. The writer of Star Trek Into Darkness and Prometheus has had more than his fair share of criticism over the years and while Tomorrowland looks to focus on a great, big, beautiful tomorrow, Lindelof and George Clooney wouldn't be too surprised if audiences don't take to it. Damon Lindelof on fanboy cynicism: There's this great thing in all of us where we want to hope, we want to believe. »

- Sean Wist

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George Miller wanted Heath Ledger for Mad Max: Fury Road, reveals title of next sequel

19 May 2015 12:45 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Mad Max franchise returned to the big screen after a thirty year absence this past weekend with the release of Mad Max: Fury Road, marking the end of a fifteen year plus journey for director George Miller, who originally started developing the film back in the late 90s.

Having originally planned to shoot the film with Mel Gibson in 2003 before security concerns over its shoot in Namibia put the breaks on the project, Miller started giving consideration to recasting his franchise lead in 2006, and he’s revealed to The Daily Beast (via The Playlist) that he was actively pursuing the late Heath Ledger for the role.

See Also: Charlize Theron says she “f**king went at it” with Tom Hardy on the set of Mad Max: Fury Road

“Every time Heath [Ledger] would come through Sydney, he’d call in and we’d chat about Max. He had that same »

- Gary Collinson

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Exclusive – Damon Lindelof talks Star Trek 3 plot and Idris Elba for villain role

19 May 2015 8:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To promote the release of his new movie Tomorrowland, writer Damon Lindelof (the man responsible for Lost, Star Trek Into Darkness and Prometheus) sat down with Flickering Myth’s Oli Davis, where they proceeded to talk about his new movie, but also the new Star Trek 3 film.

Lindelof produced the first two films in the relaunched franchise, writing the second instalment, but working on Tomorrowland and his HBO TV show The Leftovers meant he had to step away from the third. In the interview, Lindelof talks about what he knows of Star Trek 3’s story so far:

“It’s really about the beginning of the five year mission. It’s establishing the crew after they’ve been out there and together for a while. But I don’t know anything about the plot.”

Which is…pretty much what everyone expected, seeing how Star Trek Into Darkness ends with »

- Oli Davis

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Writer Damon Lindelof on his vision for the future in Tomorrowland

19 May 2015 8:00 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

George Clooney is a former boy-genius in Disney’s Tomorrowland, opening in theatres this Friday.

The actor stars alongside Britt Robertson as they embark on an adventure into Tomorrowland, a world that exists somewhere within our collective memories, bridging time and space.  Co-starring Hugh Laurie, Tim McGraw, Keegan-Michael Key, Judy Greer, and Kathryn Hahn, the movie blends fantasy and sci-fi into a classic tale of adventure.

Directed by Brad Bird (Ratatouille), the fantasy film comes to us from the mind of Damon Lindelof, the former “Lost” writer who co-penned the Tomorrowland screenplay with Bird.  Lindelof is no stranger to the world of sci-fi having previously crafted the screenplays for World War Z, Prometheus, and Star Trek: Into Darkness, however, this is his first dive into more family-friendly fare. 

Cineplex caught up with Lindelof to talk about his vision of the future and how he views Tomorrowland.  Watch the interview »

- Rachel West

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Exclusive – Damon Lindelof: Working on Star Wars would be “a dream come true”

19 May 2015 4:32 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To promote the release of his new movie Tomorrowland, writer Damon Lindelof (the man responsible for Lost, Star Trek Into Darkness and Prometheus) sat down with Flickering Myth’s Oli Davis, where they proceeded to talk about his new movie, but also the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Trek 3 movies. Because they’re both pretty geeky (and one of them is best buds with Star Wars director J.J. Abrams).

While getting excited about the impending return of Luke, Leia and Han, Lindelof spoke about whether he would ever take on a Star Wars movie down the line:

“Obviously Star Wars really made me want to be a filmmaker, so the possibility that I could work on one of those films in the future would be truly a dream come true.”

The Star Wars chat starts at 02:09 in the video interview below. See even lower »

- Oli Davis

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Flickering Myth Podcast – Mad Max: Fury Road

18 May 2015 2:30 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Flickering Myth Podcast has a lovely day…

It may not have out-sung Pitch Perfect 2 (despite having a flaming guitar man), but Mad Max: Fury Road has wowed critics around the world with a slew of five star reviews (including our own Scott Davis). But was it really any good?

On today’s episode of the Flickering Myth Podcast, Luke, Rohan and Scott sit down to discuss Mad Max: Fury Road with thoughts, feelings and opinions on George Miller’s blockbuster reboot to his own franchise. With Rohan praising Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior as one of the finest action movies ever made, can this fourth installment live up to his rather high expectations?

Spoiler: no, it can’t.

You can subscribe to the Flickering Myth Podcast via iTunes, update your RSS feed or listen via Sitcher or using the player below…

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- Luke Owen

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Is Michael Fassbender Big Enough To Be Larger-Than-Life Steve Jobs? (See!)

18 May 2015 1:36 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Michael Fassbender, who showed great range in movies like “Prometheus,” “Shame” and “12 Years a Slave,” is featured in a new trailer in one of his toughest roles yet, larger-than-life Apple Inc. founder Steve Jobs. Kate Winslet stars as Joanna Hoffman, former marketing chief of Macintosh and Jeff Daniels stars as former Apple CEO John Sculley. Katherine Waterston plays Jobs’ ex-girlfriend Chrisann Brennan, and Michael Stuhlbarg and Andy Hertzfeld are original members of the Apple Macintosh development team. [...] »

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Immortan Joe featurette for Mad Max: Fury Road

18 May 2015 9:13 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road exploded into cinemas this past weekend – pulling in a $109.4 million opening weekend around the globe – and now Warner Bros. Pictures has released a new character featurette which focussed on the main antagonist, Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne). Check it out below…

See Also: Read our reviews of Mad Max: Fury Road here and here

Mad Max: Fury Road is the fourth film of George Miller‘s Road Warrior/Mad Max franchise co-written and directed by Miller. The post-apocalyptic action film is set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life.

Within this world of fire and blood exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order… There’s Max (played by Tom Hardy from The Dark Knight Rises), a man »

- Gary Collinson

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Mad Max: Fury Road enjoys $109.4 million global opening weekend

17 May 2015 2:12 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Having been shot way back in 2012, George Miller’s post apocalyptic action sequel/reboot Mad Max: Fury Road finally roared into cinemas this past Thursday, with the film pulling in a $109.4 million opening weekend around the globe.

Having pulled in $65 million from 68 international markets, along with a $44 million U.S. bow in second place behind Pitch Perfect 2, Fury Road is now the highest-grossing instalment in the Mad Max franchise (which isn’t too much of a surprise given the last instalment came thirty years ago), and also provided Miller with his biggest ever opener.

See Also: Read our reviews of Mad Max: Fury Road here and here

Mad Max: Fury Road is out now, with a cast that includes Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises), Charlize Theron (Prometheus), Nicholas Hoult (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Hugh Keays-Byrne (Mad Max), Nathan Jones (Conan the Barbarian), Zoë Kravitz (X-Men: First Class »

- Gary Collinson

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Michael Shannon Joins Noomi Rapace In The Price

17 May 2015 12:34 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Cargo Entertainment announced today that Oscar nominee Michael Shannon (Man of Steel, Take Shelter, Revolutionary Road) and Matthias Schweighöfer (Valkyrie) have been added to the cast of writer-director Siofra Campbell’s thriller The Price.

Shannon and Schweighöfer join Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Prometheus), who plays the frantic mother of a kidnapped child who realizes that her ex-partner, played by Shannon, is the instigator and must deal with the fall-out when he is double-crossed.

Under the recently announced partnership between Marina Grasic’s Cargo Entertainment and Mimi Steinbauer’s Radiant Films International, Steinbauer, in her new role as Cargo’s President of Distribution, is handling foreign sales on the project at the ongoing Cannes Film Market.

Cargo represents worldwide rights to the film.

“I’m thrilled that Michael and Matthias have come on board to join Noomi on this remarkable film. Siofra has written a mind-blowing edge »

- Michelle McCue

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Mad Max: Fury Road Is Number 1 New Release at Worldwide Box Office With $109.4 Million

17 May 2015 12:17 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Riding on rave reviews and huge anticipation around the globe, Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow PicturesMad Max: Fury Road thundered at the worldwide box office with an opening weekend of more than $109.4 million, making it the #1 new release at the global box office.

It is also the biggest opening ever for director George Miller and is already the highest grossing of all the “Mad Max” films. The announcement was made today by Dan Fellman, President of Domestic Distribution, and Veronika Kwan Vandenberg, President of International Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures.

George Miller’s return to the world of “Mad Max” was a major draw overseas, where it earned an aggregate estimated $65 million in 68 territories on 16,900 screens. It was #1 at the box office in almost 40 territories, including Australia, the birthplace of the post-apocalyptic anti-hero, as well as such key markets as France, Russia, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Korea, all of Scandinavia, »

- Michelle McCue

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Tomorrowland Almost Featured Samuel L. Jackson In Awesome Post-Credits Scene

17 May 2015 10:38 AM, PDT | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

In less than a week, Disney.s latest science-fiction adventure will hit theaters and expose us to the world of Tomorrowland. With two-time Oscar winning director Brad Bird joining, Oscar-winning actor, George Clooney, it is bound to be an incredible ride. But in a film exploring scientific curiosity along with that Walt Disney-inspired imagination, some thrilling surprises are surely in store, and now knowing that Samuel L. Jackson was almost in an awesome post-credits scene, Tomorrowland sounds even more enticing.  Tomorrowland scribe, Damon Lindelof, screenwriter behind Lost and Prometheus revealed a post-credits idea he had proposed to director Brad Bird. He told IGN that while it gave the team a good chuckle, it didn.t make further than that: My pitch was that there was going to be a post-credits scene in Tomorrowland and at the very end of the movie, if you watch the credits, there's a pin and »

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Latham-Jones Fully Acquires Ealing Studios Entertainment, Adds Several Projects to Slate

16 May 2015 9:00 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Ben Latham-Jones has fully acquired London’s Ealing Studios Entertainment, and has added several projects to the company’s production slate.

Latham-Jones, who joined the company in 2013 as a partner with Barnaby Thompson, takes over as head of the studio from Thompson. Latham-Jones is looking to expand the Ealing brand, best known for the 1950s comedies, and take “the studio to the next level.”

The new projects include “Encounter,” written and directed by Dominic Savage (“Love + Hate”); “Fisherman’s Friends,” written by Piers Ashworth and Nick Moorcroft, who co-wrote “St. Trinian’s”; “Vacation,” a Swedish drama written and directed by Jesper Ganslandt (“Blondie,” “The Ape”), starring Noomi Rapace (“Prometheus,” “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”) and Marwan Kenzari (“Ben Hur,” “Autobahn”); and the recently announced “Callas,” also starring Rapace.

Ealing is also producing with George Simenon Ltd. two stand-alone films for ITV based on Georges Simenon’s classic “Maigret” novels, »

- Leo Barraclough

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Why Michael Fassbender Thinks It's Important to Work With First-Time Filmmakers

15 May 2015 8:13 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of Indie Film Month. Today's pick, "Slow West," is available now On Demand. Need help finding a movie to watch? Let TWC find the best fit for your mood here.] Read More: What Robert Downey Jr. Got Wrong In His 172 Words About Independent Film Robert Downey Jr. caused quite the stir in the independent film community two weeks ago when he explained why it's unlikely he'll make an indie anytime soon, calling most indie filmmakers "kind of inexperienced and lame." Thank god then for actors like Michael Fassbender. Like Downey Jr., Fassbender stars in blockbuster franchises and is paid handsomely for it, but unlike the "Iron Man" star, Fassbender also likes to act for the little guys for much less pay.  The "X-Men" and "Prometheus" actor stars this month in "Slow West," a small-budget Western, written and »

- Nigel M Smith

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‘Pitch Perfect 2′ Tops ‘Mad Max’ with $4.6 Million on Thursday Night

15 May 2015 7:34 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Universal’s “Pitch Perfect 2″ has launched impressively with $4.6 million at Thursday latenight shows in 2,652 U.S. theaters, topping the $3.7 million earned by Warner Bros.’ “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

The two openers are pegged to end the weekend with around $40 million each at the domestic box office in the wake of widespread marketing campaigns and solid reviews. The frame will be highly competitive, with the third weekend of Disney-Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” projected to come in around the same range.

Pitch Perfect 2,” which began showings Thursday night at 7 p.m., comes three years after the original debuted with an impressive $115 million worldwide. The sequel, which carries a $29 million pricetag, marks the feature directorial debut of Elizabeth Banks, with Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson reprising their roles.

George Miller’s fourth “Mad Max,” starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, is opening three decades after the third entry, “Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome. »

- Dave McNary

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Noomi Rapace to play opera singer Maria Callas in new biopic

14 May 2015 9:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Prometheus) has signed on to play the influential opera singer Maria Callas in a new romantic biopic entitled Callas, which is set to be directed by Niko Caro (Whale Rider, North Country) and will revolve around the passionate relationship she had with Aristotle Onassis over almost two decades.

“This movie is about an extraordinary woman whose deepest desire is to lead an ordinary life with the man of her choice,” said producer Guido De Angelis. “Callas was la Divina, a goddess, who just wanted to be a normal woman; she found out she couldn’t. It sounds like an ancient myth. Niki Caro immediately identified and superbly built into the script this epic, deeply emotional and dramatic quality of the story. And we are absolutely thrilled that Noomi has come unboard, as she is dream casting for Callas. We are convinced she »

- Gary Collinson

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