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Matthew McConaughey Gets A ‘Stellar’ Tribute From American Cinematheque

22 October 2014 1:45 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

How ironic it was that American Cinematheque, this bastion of all things honoring the history of film, would choose to give Matthew McConaughey its highest honor at a warm, funny and revealing tribute last night at the Beverly Hilton. Because among other things, McConaughey revealed he had actually only even seen two movies — ever — before the age of 18:  King Kong and Orca. And though this non-cineaste didn’t specify which King Kong, I would be willing to bet it was the 1976 remake rather than the 1933 classic.

But as the evening proved, McConaughey — whom the star’s Interstellar director Christopher Nolan referenced as “the new Paul Newman” — more than meets the Cinematheque’s definition of this award for a distinguished mid-point career of excellence and contribution to cinema.

Of course there were many mentions of what is now known as the “McConaissance,” his recent spate of career-changing film choices beginning with The Lincoln Lawyer, »

- Pete Hammond

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Matthew McConaughey’s Stellar Year Topped with American Cinematheque Award

21 October 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

After accepting the Academy Award for lead actor earlier this year, Matthew McConaughey isn’t done collecting accolades. He’ll be honored Oct. 21 with the 28th American Cinematheque Award.

When McConaughey accepted his Oscar in March, it marked the height of the actor’s transformation from romantic comedy staple to complex dramatic performer. But the directors who worked with the actor before and on the cusp of the McConaissance say that the spark has always been there.

Mark Waters, who worked with McConaughey during his long stretch of aw-shucks romantic roles, says the actor’s dark side was precisely what made him right for 2009’s “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.”

“I was interested in him because I liked his pure bad-boy side,” Waters says. “It may be the precursor to what he was eventually going to move toward, but there was something about the rebel in him and that aggressiveness.”

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- Christy Grosz

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The 27 Most Important Shirtless Zac Efron Pictures

18 October 2014 8:15 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Like a fine wine, Zefron just keeps getting better.

Let’s get the words out of the way quick and move on to what you came for: The pictures. Happy Birthday, Zac Efron. You are now 27. We wish you would jump out of a cake for us, because what a happy birthday that would be.

Ok, Here Are The Shirtless Pictures:

1. When he sang in the shower for High School Musical 3, but the scene was cut probably because it would have sent millions of Disney channel watchers into premature puberty:

2. When he filmed the (almost) drowning scene in Charlie St. Cloud:

3. When he made sweet, sweet love in The Lucky One:

4. And then Taylor Schilling got to stick her hands down his pants:

5. Whatever was happening here in The Paperboy:

Watch: You need to see Zac Efron do the “Wiggle” dance

6. And whatever was happening here. Same movie.

7. The Paperboy again, but »

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Damon Dash Moves Forward in Lawsuit Against 'Butler' Director Lee Daniels

22 September 2014 8:41 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

More details have emerged in Roc-a-Fella Records co-founder Damon Dash's lawsuit against Lee Daniels over the Oscar-nominated filmmaker's work on such films as The Butler, Precious, The Paperboy, The Woodsman, Shadowboxer and Tennessee. As we noted in August, Dash filed a summons that outlined his claims of having written and oral agreements with Daniels. On Monday in New York Superior Court, Dash followed up with an actual complaint that provides the basis why Dash thinks himself entitled to credits, ownership and millions of dollars in compensation. Dash's lawsuit confirms reports that the dispute dates back to

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- Eriq Gardner

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Scott Glenn Joins Daredevil Cast

15 September 2014 4:24 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Though it has been rolling the cameras for a while now in New York, the Marvel/Netflix take on Daredevil is still adding cast members. The latest recruit for the show is Scott Glenn.The actor, last seen in The Paperboy, will play Stick, the mysterious martial artist who teaches Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) the ways of the warrior, which help form his Daredevil vigilante personality.“Stick is one of the most important figures in Matt Murdock’s life and Scott Glenn embodies all the qualities of someone so integral to this hero’s journey,” Marvel TV Jeph Loeb boss told  Variety. “There are few actors who could bring such the authenticity, gravitas and charisma to such a key role in Matt’s journey to become the super hero we call Daredevil.”With Steven S. DeKnight acting as showrunner, Daredevil also features Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, Elden Henson as Franklin “Foggy” Nelson, »

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Director Max Joseph Teases Zac Efron, Emily Ratajkowski In First Look At We Are Your Friends

9 September 2014 7:14 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Edm has become a full-blown cultural phenomenon, prevailing in clubs and on the charts, but few great films have been made about the musical genres. Catfish: The Series host Max Joseph is aiming to change that with his upcoming We Are Your Friends, about a young, up-and-coming DJ exploring life and love in Los Angeles while aspiring to mainstream success.

With Zac Efron, Emily Ratajkowski, Wes Bentley and more in the film, it’s certainly a high-profile project, and we’ve been keeping an eye on it for a while now. Recently, Joseph released an enjoyable behind-the-scenes look at We Are Your Friends, which he promises will be the first of many on-set videos.

Deadline describes the plot of We Are Your Friends as follows:

“It’s set in the worlds of electronic music and the Hollywood nightlife, where an aspiring 23-year-old DJ named Cole spends his days scheming with »

- Isaac Feldberg

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DVDs and downloads: Bad Neighbours, Concussion, the complete Sopranos, Blue Ruin and more

6 September 2014 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Zac Efron comes into his own as the college boy determined to make Seth Rogan's life a misery. And the final word on the greatest TV series ever made and no, it's not Breaking Bad

At some point quietly, without ceremony and certainly at no one's urgent request Zac Efron morphed from a fibreglass facsimile of matinee-idol perfection circa 1957 into rather a good actor. The Paperboy and At Any Price showed flashes of a burgeoning sense of self-awareness in the former High School Musical poppet, but it's Nicholas Stoller's lewd, lairy and very funny comedy Bad Neighbours (Universal, 15) that heralds his fully formed arrival.

Like Channing Tatum, Efron has clocked that beefcake is best served with a side of irony: he's both gleefully repellent and improbably vulnerable as the dimwitted, near-sociopathic president of a party-hearty college fraternity who resolves to make life a living hell for the obliviously »

- Guy Lodge

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Robert De Niro to team with Zac Efron for Dirty Grandpa

5 September 2014 10:13 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Two actors from very different generations are set to team up for an upcoming comedy. Oscar winner Robert De Niro (Meet The Parents, Goodfellas) and Hollywood heart-throb Zac Efron (Bad Neighbours, The Paperboy) being eyed to star in Dirty Grandpa, the latest film from Dan Mazer, director of I Give It A Year and co-writer of Borat, Ali G and Bruno with Sacha Baron Cohen.

Early talks have already started to take place, but if all goes well the film will see Efron will play a young man who is tricked into driving his grandfather (De Niro), a perverted former Army general who thinks his grandson is about to marry the wrong woman, to Florida for spring break. Think Spring Breakers and 22 Jump Street with a dash of The Guilt Trip and Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

If all goes well with the talks, Universal are looking at getting the film »

- Scott Davis

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'Selma' first look: David Oyelowo takes on Martin Luther King in upcoming film

22 August 2014 12:02 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

A cross, constructed entirely of lightbulbs, shines behind David Oyelowo as he approaches the pulpit of Atlanta’s 145-year-old Wheat Street Baptist Church. It’s a steamy June night, and 500 extras—including U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a key architect of the civil rights movement—eagerly await the British-born actor’s first attempt to preach as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. But just as director Ava DuVernay puts on her headphones and does a last sound check, a freak lightning storm threatens the safety of the crew and forces the production to shut down.

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- Nicole Sperling

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Damon Dash seeks compensation from The Butler director Lee Daniels

14 August 2014 1:20 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

American entrepreneur Damon Dash has lodged a summons at New York Supreme Court, asserting that he is owed money by The Butler director Lee Daniels.

Dash, who co-founded Roc-a-Fella Records with Jay Z, claims that he has unfulfilled written and oral agreements in relation to various of Daniels' film and television projects, such as The Woodsman, Precious, The Paperboy and The Butler.

The summons states that the entrepreneur is due compensation, producer credits and ownership rights.

Daniels must now respond to the summons in court, or risk Dash seeking a default judgment of $25 million and producer credits on Daniels' projects.

It was announced earlier this month that Daniels has signed on to direct The Brian Banks Story, about a high school American football champion who was convicted of rape.

President Barack Obama previously revealed that he "teared up" when he watched Lee Daniels' The Butler.

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Director Lee Daniels Sued -- Damon Dash Claims ... He Screwed Me Out of 'Butler' Money

14 August 2014 8:28 AM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Director Lee Daniels convinced Rock-a-Fella mogul Damon Dash to pump cash into his movies, including "The Butler" ... then stiffed him. Dash is suing Daniels for reneging on a deal for Dash to invest in Daniels' projects -- including "The Woodsman," "Precious," "The Paperboy" and "The Butler."Dash has said he dumped $2M into "The Woodsman" back in 2004 ... and never got a penny back. Dash claims in his lawsuit he had a similar interest in Daniels' other movies. »

- TMZ Staff

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Jack Reacher most complained about movie as UK sees rise in 12A rating

17 July 2014 3:44 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

2013 saw a record rise in movies granted the 12A certificate.

In total 321 big screen releases were rated 12A last year, including box office hit The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and the Oscar-winning Gravity.

The number represents a sharp climb from the 234 12A titles in 2012. However, according to BBFC director David Cooke, there is still some consumer confusion about what the certificate means.

Cooke told the BBC that a "significant minority" of 10,000 people polled - 27% - were unclear about the rating.

"It's inherently a slightly more complicated explanation than most," he said, adding that "parents are far better placed than us to judge whether a particular film would give their child too intense an experience or not".

12A releases have now overtaken 15 certificate films. The rating means that children under the age of 12 must be accompanied to the film by an adult.

BBFC launches new guidelines: More weight on theme and »

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Eight Years, Eight Adorable Photos: Happy Anniversary Keith & Nicole!

25 June 2014 10:45 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

On Wednesday, our favorite Aussie country couple celebrates eight years of married bliss. Everybody: Awww! Since they wed in Sydney in 2006, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have definitely experienced their shares of marital ups - like the arrivals of their daughters Sunday, 6 next month, and Faith, 3 - and downs, like Urban's 2006 rehab stint for alcohol abuse. Through it all, though, they've kept things cute with talks of family sing-alongs and TV nights in their jammies, and many a cuddly red carpet snap. So here, we've picked eight of the couple's sweetest on-camera moments for your fawning pleasure. Happy anniversary, you two crazy kids! »

- Rosa Heyman

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First Trailer For John Slattery’s Debut ‘God’s Pocket’ Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman & Christina Hendricks

24 June 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

I’ve been keeping an eye on John Slattery’s directorial debut God’S Pocket since I first heard that the Mad Men actor was moving behind the camera. This first trailer doesn’t disappoint if you like a little dark comedy drama, with a tremendous cast attached.

When Mickey’s (Phillip Seymour Hoffman) crazy step-son Leon (Caleb Landry Jones) is killed in a construction ‘accident’, nobody in the working class neighbourhood of God’s Pocket is sorry he’s gone. Mickey tries to bury the bad news with the body, but when the boy’s mother Jeanie (Christina Hendricks) demands the truth, Mickey finds himself stuck in a life-and-death struggle between a body he can’t bury, a wife he can’t please and a debt he can’t pay.

God’S Pocket looks like a solid debut for Slattery, who appears to have his eye on a good story. »

- Dan Bullock

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New Trailer For God's Pocket

23 June 2014 8:27 AM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

The debut feature by everyone’s favourite Mad Man John Slattery, God’s Pocket is named after the Philadelphia neighbourhood in which it’s set. It’s a blackly comic character piece that stars Philip Seymour Hoffman in a part similar to the rumpled, feet-of-clay roles that made him great, and it has a new UK trailer to watch here. brightcove.createExperiences();God’s Pocket is based on a novel by Peter Dexter, writer of The Paperboy, and follows Mickey Scarpato (Hoffman), a blue-collar Philly con whose stepson has died in a construction accident. And when they say accident, they actually mean “accident”. Something fishy is afoot here and his wife (Christina Hendricks) is determined that he gets to the bottom of it.Richard Jenkins, John Turturro and Eddie Marsan are the fellow players in the gnarly crime caper that unfolds. The reviews from the Us have been mixed, but »

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Zac Efron May Star In Untitled DJ Project For Catfish’s Max Joseph

6 June 2014 6:59 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Though he cut his teeth on Disney’s High School Musical franchise and spent a handful of years starring in teen-targeted trash like 17 Again,  Zac Efron is quickly becoming respected as an A-list actor. He drew praise for his lead roles in thriller The Paperboy and JFK assassination drama Parkland, then earned the best reviews of his career last month for toplining the raunchy comedy Neighbors. Now, according to multiple insiders on the project, Efron is in negotiations for another lead role, this time in a movie about an aspiring DJ.

Written by MTV’s Catfish co-host Max Joseph and Meaghan Oppenheimer (whose drama script The Remains made the 2013 Black List), the film will follow an up-and-coming DJ who struggles to put together his first hit track. Joseph is set to make his directorial debut on the movie, following his award-winning  “Follow the Frog” commercial for Rainforest Alliance and the »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Lee Daniels Talks Transition from Film to Fox TV's Hip Hop Musical 'Empire' and HBO's Sammy Davis Jr. Biopic

29 May 2014 11:46 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Offered the chance to meet Lee Daniels, I took it. I've never interviewed the filmmaker before. He's a fascinating enigma, someone who veers in and out of control of his medium as he tries to stay in touch with his inner truth --and demons--for the sake of his art. He is an artist--for better or worse, as his films, which are never boring, attest, from "Shadow Dancer" and "The Paperboy" to his mainstream hits "Precious" and "The Butler." Actors revere him. Critics? Not so much.  We meet at the Chateau Marmont, where New Yorker Daniels is holed up working on his musical Fox TV series "Empire," which has just been green-lit off the pilot. What? He knows this move to network television seems surprising (cable seems more likely), but he decided that this high-concept pitch from "The Butler" writer Danny Strong --"King Lear" set in the world of hip-hop-- called for mainstream treatment. »

- Anne Thompson

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Lee Daniels Talks Transition from Film to Fox TV's Hip Hop Musical 'Empire' and HBO's Sammy Davis Jr. Biopic

29 May 2014 11:46 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Offered the chance to meet Lee Daniels, I took it. I've never interviewed the filmmaker before. He's a fascinating enigma, someone who veers in and out of control of his medium as he tries to stay in touch with his inner truth --and demons--for the sake of his art. He is an artist--for better or worse, as his films, which are never boring, attest, from "Shadow Dancer" and "The Paperboy" to his mainstream hits "Precious" and "The Butler." Actors revere him. Critics? Not so much.  We meet at the Chateau Marmont, where New Yorker Daniels is holed up working on his musical Fox TV series "Empire," which has just been green-lit off the pilot. What? He knows this move to network television seems surprising (cable seems more likely), but he decided that this high-concept pitch from "The Butler" writer Danny Strong --"King Lear" set in the world of hip-hop-- called for mainstream treatment. »

- Anne Thompson

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Cannes: ‘Grace of Monaco’ Won’t Be an Oscar Contender (Analysis)

14 May 2014 3:14 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

When the teaser trailer for “Grace of Monaco” debuted last fall, the Nicole Kidman biopic about Grace Kelly felt like a natural Oscars contender. The drama, directed by Olivier Dahan (who helped land Marion Cotillard an Academy Award for 2007′s “La Vie en Rose”) was about two subjects actors love dearly: other actors and European royalty.

Then the release date for “Grace” was delayed by the Weinstein Co., and its filmmakers said they never intended to make an Oscars movie.

On Wednesday, “Grace” premiered as the opening-night selection of the Cannes Film Festival, which launched Nicole Kidman’s “Moulin Rouge” into the best picture race in 2002. But Dahan was right: “Grace” isn’t an Oscars contender. The story, which at times feels like a made-for-tv movie, is, as Harvey Weinstein reportedly complained to Dahan, too dreary. Unlike “My Week With Marilyn” or “The King’s Speech,” there’s no redeeming »

- Ramin Setoodeh

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Nicole Kidman says it's 'sad' Grace Kelly's family is boycotting 'Grace of Monaco'

14 May 2014 6:31 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Cannes - Nicole Kidman is back in Cannes for the third year in a row, but this visit may be her least memorable. The Oscar winner stars as cinema icon Grace Kelly in the festival's opening night film, "Grace of Monaco," and the early reviews have not been good. Throw in the fact that Kelly's family has announced they are boycotting the picture and, well, you have to give her credit for being willing to appear before a throng of global journalists at the festival's kick-off press conference. "Obviously I feel sad, because I think that the film has no malice toward the family or in particular toward Grace or Rainier," Kidman said regarding the boycott. "It's fictionalized. It's not a biopic. There is an essence of truth, but with a lot of these things you take dramatic license at times. I understand also because they are their mother and father, »

- Gregory Ellwood

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