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The Beauty of Jean Cocteau’s ‘La Belle et la Bête’

23 March 2017 2:52 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Forget Disney’s recent reiteration of the classic fairy tale and instead look back at where the tale’s magic began on film, with Jean Cocteau.

The self-titled Belle and her captor-turned-prince Beast have returned to cinema screens around the world. In Disney’s latest live-action reiteration of one of their much-loved animated fairytales, Bill Condon’s live-action Beauty and the Beast has reintroduced contemporary audiences to the pair. With their return has come explorations of Disney’s representations of gayness, the question of modern viewing habits, and record-breaking box office success (the film has broken the March record for best opening with a $175m domestic gross).

This multiplicity of films on the same tale has been seen before, with the reintroduction of Snow White in 2012 arriving in the form of three very different films. 2012 brought the strong and defiant rebel ‘Snow’ in Snow White and the Huntsman, while Mirror Mirror restyled the classic tale. Pablo Berger »

- Sinéad McCausland

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Disney’s live action Mulan has its director

14 February 2017 4:17 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew Feb 15, 2017

Niki Caro, director of Whale Rider, has been selected by Disney to helm the live-action remake of Mulan.

It’s getting quite tricky to keep up with which of the many assorted animated movie to live action film projects Disney is lining up first. There’s certainly no shortage of them in the works, with Beauty And The Beast next up, releasing in the middle of March. Furthermore, it looks like Dumbo is heading into production this year, if the cast can be locked down. Tim Burton is still expected to direct that one.

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Also, Cruella, starring Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil, is in pre-production. And Mary Poppins Returns, with Emily Blunt taking on the title role, is already filming.

But it looks as if Mulan has shuffled a few places up the queue too. »

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Joanna Krupa Posts Nearly Nude Selfie, Tells Haters to 'Relax'

23 January 2017 12:25 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Joanna Krupa enjoys serving up some body goals in 2017! The 37-year-old model and former Real Housewives of Miami star took to Instagram on Saturday to share her nearly nude bathroom selfie.

In the Boomerang clip, Krupa rocks her hips from side-to-side, wearing flesh-colored underwear and nothing else.

Watch: Joanna Krupa Says She's 'All Natural' in Topless Selfie

“2017 #body #goals #fit#nofilter #joannakrupa yes I do have Nude color [underwear] on‼ so relax #haters#imamodel cielista nie stresujcie się @bemylilou bracelets #bemylilou and perfume from my own line for @esotiq,” she captioned the shot.

Krupa isn’t a stranger to showing off her fit body. Back in October, she turned heads by sharing a topless selfie to Instagram.

Mirror mirror on the wall.....Good morning #loveyourself #health #fitness #confidence #saynotohate #allnatural #joannakrupa," she captioned the racy pic of herself wearing a patterned thong.

Watch: Tara Reid Wears Another Skimpy Outfit, Joanna Krupa Dons Sheer Dominatrix Costume at 'Treats' Party

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Key Players Fuel Walk of Fame Honoree Brett Ratner’s RatPac Entertainment

19 January 2017 11:19 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

While Brett Ratner is the face of RatPac, the company’s ambitious mandate — from Warner Bros. blockbusters, mid-range budgeted comedies and dramas, and smaller specialty pics, as well as documentaries — calls for a crack team of pros to keep all of the different projects on track. Meet the company toppers who keep RatPac humming.

Paul Neinstein

Chief Operating Officer

RatPac Entertainment

Neinstein oversees all corporate business, legal, financial, and day-to-day operations. Before joining RatPac in 2014, Neinstein served as exec VP in charge of business affairs for Paramount, and was previously a partner at Spyglass Entertainment Group. A member of the executive branch of AMPAS with a background in law, Neinstein has cinema in his veins. “RatPac is a phenomenal brand and [founder] Brett [Ratner] is amazing at understanding that, and growing and expanding the brand, and diversifying us as a business. It’s a 24/7 job but it’s highly rewarding and I absolutely love it, »

- Nick Clement

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Fyc: Best Costume Design, The Dressmaker

12 January 2017 5:30 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

By Glenn Dunks.

Cinderella. Mirror Mirror. Bright Star. I Am Love. Australia. Marie Antoinette. The list goes on.

The costume design branch so commonly gives films their single solitary Oscar nomination that it’s become a prognosticator mission of sorts to figure out which couture creations the branch will extend this particular honor to. They are also the branch most likely to ignore critical and commercial receptions and nominate based purely on the craft and that’s why we love them. Perhaps it is because costume designers have spent decades being the frills-and-sequin-loving daughter of Oscar when all he wanted was sons, but they use their unique privilege more wisely than others (we’re looking at you, composers!)

It was obvious, then, to me which film I should be championing here and it is Marion Boyce and Margot Wilson for The Dressmaker...

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- Glenn Dunks

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Lily Collins Is Giving Us Major Princess Vibes at the 2017 Golden Globes

8 January 2017 4:10 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Royalty just graced the red carpet at the 2017 Golden Globes.  Lily Collins, who is nominated in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy category for Rules Don't Apply, arrived to what is sure to be an unforgettable evening in quite a show-stopping look by Zuhair Murad couture. Her elegant, light pink gown and sophisticated top knot instantly sparked comparisons to a princess, and given that she actually starred as one in 2012's Mirror Mirror, it totally makes sense. Top off the entire ensemble with a plethora of Harry Winston baubles and a swipe of bold red lipstick and Lily's princess magic is made. Before heading into the Beverly Hilton, the 27-year-old »

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Emerald City Season 1 Review

4 January 2017 1:38 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Four episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

If you’re not one for the resurgence of classic fairy tales translated into hard-edged, dark adventure stories (Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and the Huntsman), then you’ll likely have a difficult time connecting with NBC’s wondrously visualized but narratively slight re-do of The Wizard of Oz. Dubbed Emerald City, the new show has all the trappings of the hero’s journey – a reluctant heroine, an animal companion, a potential love interest, and about three too many villains – but it does nothing interesting with L. Frank Baum’s decidedly classic storytelling other than make it slightly more “adult.”

A twist on such a wholesome, homegrown American myth is ripe with potential, but Emerald City‘s idea of an origin story is one filled with cable-protected sex scenes for the Witch of the West (Ana Ularu, one of Emerald City‘s gleefully »

- Mitchel Broussard

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Emerald City TV Review – Oz Will Blow You Away All Over Again

3 January 2017 10:38 AM, PST | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

Television reimaginings of classic tales have made for some wonderfully engaging entertainment (going back to Syfy efforts Tin Man and Alice, which were surprisingly fun) but Emerald City moves to a new level as Tarsem Singh returns to the form he hasn’t quite managed since The Fall.

The warning that should come on the tin is that audiences shouldn’t go into this expecting anything like a “retelling” of The Wizard of Oz. It would be nearly impossible to give a clear idea of what’s happened to L. Frank Baum’s works here, but it isn’t just modernized, but dipped in the grime of reality, and subjected to an absolutely unfettered imagination. It covers elements of the first three books (and perhaps beyond… it’s been a while), but is “inspired by” in the broadest sense. Some characters in this effort are an amalgamation of two characters in the books, »

- Marc Eastman

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