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Big changes are in store for the 5th annual Migrating Forms experimental media festival, which is set to run December 11-17.
Well, that’s the first change: Moving from its traditional spot in March to December. More importantly, though, the fest is moving physical locations. Instead of it’s usual home of the Anthology Film Archives in Manhattan, this year’s Migrating Forms will be screening at the BAMcinématek in Brooklyn.
The festivities will begin on Dec. 11 with the U.S. premiere of four new short films by media artist Ryan Trecartin. Each film involves a unique cast of characters, including Trecartin’s actual high school classmates and a group of reality TV show hopefuls, navigating their complex social strata.
- Mike Everleth
her Barbie Dream House growing up -- it was not a house of dreams, it was a house of ill repute.
"I was fascinated with murder as a child. ... I would create Barbie murder mysteries. One Barbie would die and the rest of the Barbies had to figure out who the murderer was," says Faris. "It was usually Peaches 'n Cream. She's like a Southern Belle Barbie. You gotta keep your eye on ol' Peaches. She'll kill ya."
"My mom doesn't know this, so please don't tell her," Faris continues. "There was a weird sexual component to it. Yeah, ol' Peaches. I had like a ... Barbie whore house?"
"You can still find those on eBay," cracks Andy Richter. »
Your heart breaks when you see early pictures of Marilyn Monroe, around the time she first became a starlet. It's the light in her eyes. It's a bit like seeing the first act of terrible drama where you know the ending. Titanic, maybe. You want to stop the movie right before disaster hits, but you know it's inevitable.
Virginia McAllister won the home, which was located in Warrensburg, New York. Whether or not she wished to live in Warrensburg (or already lived there) is a different story. At this point, 22-year-old Marilyn was in the earliest stages of her career, having only appeared uncredited in forgettable films. The biggest event for her career that year was when a Life magazine photographer snapped a few shots while »
- The Huffington Post
Frankie Stein and Draculara are two of the leaders of the pack in the world of Monster High, a brand boasting dolls, books, webisodes, television specials on Nickelodeon and straight-to-dvd movies like 2012's "Ghouls Rule." They are also two members of a toy line that is now the second best-selling doll worldwide, behind its predecessor, Barbie.
NPR describes the Mattel fashion dolls as looking "like the underfed love children of Tim Burton and Lady Gaga." And it's true: Frankie, Draculara and friends let their freak flags fly. "The message about the brand is really to celebrate your own freaky flaws, especially as bullying has become such a hot topic," says Cathy Cline, who is responsible for marketing Mattel's girls' brands.
Inspired by young girls' love of "Twilight" vampires and werewolves, zombies, and goth fashions, Mattel produced Monster High with no idea it would morph into a billion-dollar brand in three short years. »
One actress exits "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" and another enters. After it was revealed earlier this week that Shailene Woodley's role in the movie had been cut, "Cosmopolis" actress Sarah Gadon announced on "Entertainment Tonight Canada" that she will take on an unnamed part in the franchise.
Woodley was slated to portray Mary Jane Watson, with her departure prompting rumors that another actress, 26, would take on the classic role instad. But director Marc Webb told Deadline.com that the character was being placed on hold until "The Amazing Spider-Man 3," rendering Gadon's impending contributions to the movie unknown. The Wrap's Jeff Sneider confirmed "100%" that Gadon will not take on the Mary Jane role.
The actress even took to Twitter herself to clear up the speculation:
To all those a twitter, I will not be playing Mj in Spider-Man. I have a role in the film, but it is not that »
- Matthew Jacobs
Director Marc Webb recently revealed that Mary Jane Watson has been completely cut out of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." The plan is to save the character for "The Amazing Spider-Man 3" and to replace Shailene Woodley (The Descendants), who already shot scenes as Mary Jane for the sequel. Webb says that Woodley will be too busy to return for "The Amazing Spider-Man 3," leaving him with no other choice but to find another actress. And now comes word that the role may go to Canadian actress Sarah Gadon (Cosmopolis, Dream House). While this has yet to be confirmed, Gadon just revealed to Entertainment Tonight that she's joining "The Amazing Spider-Man" franchise. When asked if she'll be playing Mary Jane, Gadon refused to answer to the question. Stay tuned. »
Image Entertainment, an Rlj Entertainment brand, has acquired all U.S. rights to the romantic drama Last Love, based on Françoise Dorner's French novel La Douceur Assassine. Starring Oscar winner Michael CaineThe Dark Knight Rises, Inception), who recently signed on to star in Interstellar - his 6th Christopher Nolan film, Last Love is written and directed by Sandra Nettelbeck, and co-stars Clémence Poésy (In Bruges, 127 Hours), Justin Kirk (Goats, Showtime's Weeds), Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) and Jane Alexander (Dream House, Terminator Salvation). Bill Bromiley, chief acquisitions officer for Image Entertainment, made today's announcement.
Image acquired the film from producers/financiers Sidney Kimmel Entertainment, Bavaria Pictures GmbH and Kaminski Stiehm. Global Screen is handling international sales and will be attending the upcoming Cannes film market. The film will be released via ultra VOD in October and then theatrically in markets across the country.
Last Love stars Michael Caine »
Image Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights to the romantic drama Last Love , based on Francoise Dorner's French novel "La Douceur Assassine." Starring Oscar winner Michael Caine ( The Dark Knight Rises , Inception ), who recently signed on to star in Interstellar - his 6th Christopher Nolan film, Last Love is written and directed by Sandra Nettelbeck, and co-stars Clémence Poésy ( In Bruges , 127 Hours ), Justin Kirk ( Goats , Showtime's "Weeds"), Gillian Anderson ("The X-Files") and Jane Alexander ( Dream House , Terminator Salvation ). Bill Bromiley, chief acquisitions officer for Image Entertainment, made today's announcement. Image acquired the film from producers/financiers Sidney Kimmel Entertainment, Bavaria Pictures GmbH and »
We already know TNT is bringing Sean Bean, Eric Dane, and the mind of Frank Darabont back to our TVs, but at today’s Turner Upfront, TNT and TBS announced some more big names developing potential shows for the networks — including Steven Spielberg, Sylvester Stallone, Steve Carell, Jamie Foxx, Elizabeth Banks, Diablo Cody, Denis Leary, Dick Wolf, and Nicholas Sparks. The loglines:
TNT Scripted Series:
• Portal House: This project is the story of a group of young scientists who, while investigating what they believe to be a haunted house, stumble upon a portal into the time-space continuum. Things then take »
- Mandi Bierly
The luscious Sarah Gadon (below) has signed on alongside Brit actor Luke Evans ('No One Lives', 'The Raven') for Universal's new 'Dracula' project. Gadon, star of David Cronenberg's 'Cosmopolis' and Jim Sheridan's 'Dream House', will likely cosy up to the fanged one which Evans will be portraying. The story will revolve around Prince Vlad before he was turned into the immortal blood sucker as well as his wife (likely the role Gadon will be taking) and child. Gary Shore will direct from a script by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless. »
Director Jim Sheridan's last film, Dream House, did not go well. It didn't go well to the point of Sheridan actually wanting his name removed from the credits. Hopefully, the In America director will have better luck with his next picture, Playing with the Enemy. Deadline reports that Sheridan has signed on to helm the drama, which is based on Gary W. Moore's non-fiction novel of the same name. The story is based on Moore's father, Gene Moore, a 15-year-old baseball prodigy who was drafted by the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1940, and used his time in the Navy to create a relationship with German POWs in Louisiana during World War II. The plot also involves the father-son relationship between the Gene and Gary Moore. It sounds like a good story, and definitely in the vein of what audiences are looking for from their baseball movies. As we've seen with 42 and Moneyball, »
- Matt Goldberg
Sheridan who's also directed Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz horror drama Dream House, is set to take the wheel and script the rewrite of Playing with the Enemy, based on Moore's book of the same name, reports Deadline. Moore wrote the book telling how is father, a baseball prodigy who, after joining the Brooklyn Dodgers at the mere age of 15, joined the Navy and was stationed at a Pow camp in Louisiana. He used his baseball skills during that time to teach German prisoners how to play the game. The film apparently explores the relationship between Moore and his father, as well as that of the Germans and their captors. »
There’s a Disney/ Muppets mash-up in the works, TV fans! Ready to see Kermit and the gang? Well, you will get that chance tomorrow on a TV screen near you on the Disney Channel’s own, Good Luck, Charlie, when the season four premier airs on Sunday at 7:30/6:30c. Wokka, wokka, wokka!
At the end of season three, the Duncan home had been victimized by termites. Not a good situation. Who is in the perfect position to help out? You’re probably thinking…extreme make over? Well, let’s see what The Muppets can do instead! I’ll bet they can at least lift the Duncans’ spirits.
And you know, where there at Muppets, there are musical numbers!
According to TV Line, Good Luck, Charlie‘s Teddy acted by star and musical artist Bridget Mendler, is very excited to perform with this well loved gang. She gets to sing with them. »
- Sasha Nova
Exclusive: Wme just signed Jim Sheridan, the Irish filmmaker who has been in play since his CAA agent Bob Bookman left to join Paradigm. Sheridan also signed with Manage-Ment’s Dan Halsted to be his manager. I kind of figured Sheridan would follow Bookie. But Wme pulled off a coup, just as the agency did when it shook loose Paranormal Activity helmer Oren Peli after his agent Martin Spencer left CAA to join Resolution. In the case of Sheridan, Wme gets a director responsible for what in my book are three bonafide classic films–My Left Foot, In The Name Of The Father, and The Boxer. He also helmed the autobiographical In America, Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ and Brothers. His last film, Dream House, was a misfire, and he had long fought to bring I, Claudius to the screen to no avail, but a good filmmaker is a good filmmaker. »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
Sneak Peek Oscar-winning English actress Rachel Weisz in the Spring 2013 edition of "Harper's Bazaar" (UK) magazine.
A former fashion model and classically-trained stage actress, Weisz started her film acting career in the British mini-series "Inspector Morse", followed by "Scarlet and Black" and the Mow "Advocates II".
In 2007 Weisz starred in "My Blueberry Nights", followed by "Fred Claus", "Definitely, Maybe" (2008), "The Brothers Bloom (2008), "Agora" (2009), "The Lovely Bones (2009), "The Whistleblower (2010), "The Deep Blue Sea (2011), "Dream House" (2011), "The Bourne Legacy" (2012), and "Oz The Great and Powerful" (2013).
Weisz' new film »
- Michael Stevens
Lionsgate has released the second trailer for the upcoming comedy, Peeples. Audiences will see that trying to respect family boundaries can sometimes be an epic failure. Get ready to laugh your heads off while experiencing the chaotic, hilarious, and crazy things that can happen when meeting your girlfriend’s family for the first time. The film, directed and written by Tina Gordon Chism, stars Craig Robinson, Kerry Washington, David Alan Grier, S. Epatha Merkerson, Tyler Williams, Melvin Van Peebles, and Diahann Carroll. Peeples comes to theaters May 10th, 2013. Here’s the synopsis for Peeples Sparks fly when Wade Walker (Craig Robinson) crashes the preppy Peeples annual reunion in the Hamptons...
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- Allan Ford
The "Dream House" stars, who have been married since 2011, will star in an upcoming Broadway production of Harold Pinter's "Betrayal." Weisz will play Emma, a woman who has been cheating on her husband Robert for seven years. Craig will be playing Robert. Rafe Spall will play Jerry, the man Emma is cheating on Robert with. "Betrayal" tells the story of the affair in reverse.
"Betrayal" will be Weisz' Broadway debut. Craig had his first Broadway performance in 2009 opposite Hugh Jackman in "A Steady Rain." Mike Nichols, a Broadway vet also known for directing movies like "The Graduate" and "Charlie Wilson's War," is directing "Betrayal." The play will open in previews on Oct. 1 and then officially open on Nov. 3, and will run at New York's Barrymore Theatre. »
Weisz will make her Broadway debut in Pinter's 1978 study in deception, which charts an extramarital affair in reverse.
Her character, Emma, is married to Craig's Robert, but is having an affair with Jerry, played by rising star Rafe Spall.
Craig has reportedly signed on for at least two more Bond films following Skyfall, which was the first Bond film to rake in more than $1bn in revenue. It also won two Oscars, including one for Adele's theme song.
Daniel Craig and Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz’s marriage is taking an adulterous twist. The couple, who wed in 2011 after meeting on the set of Dream House, are set to star together again, this time in the Broadway play Betrayal -- about an extramarital affair. In her Broadway debut, Weisz plays a woman who cheats on her husband (Craig) with his best friend (Rafe Spall). »
- Shari Weiss
Now that Joe and his Followingers are happily nested in the Joe Carroll Dream House, the show - and Emma, in particular - seems to want to pretend that the previous seven weeks never happened. It's a whole new show, with a whole new cast and a whole new focus! The only true constant is, of course, the familiar face of star Kevin Bacon - which, like a trusty, well-worn baseball mitt, is always ready to catch whatever curveball the show throws his way.
Let's see if Ep. 8 got it over the plate, shall we?
Okay, so they Finally changed the intro, after I complained last week. Is someone up there listening?
Joe (James 100%PureFoy) tells Joe Junior (Don'tKnow Don'tCare) that he knows that he is afraid of him, but he hopes that will change. Good luck with that. And Joe Junior (Joeliet?), thanks for coming to work - you can go home now, »
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