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2016 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Benedict Andrews’ Una

49 minutes ago | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Sundance has always been a great launching pad for new breakout talents. Rooney Mara saw her first major part in film was as a supporting player in James C. Strouse’s The Winning Season which premiered at the fest, and veteran actor Ben Mendelsohn had his true breakout moment in Park City for David Michod’s Animal Kingdom. Perhaps the stars will for this highly anticipated directorial debut from an already established talent. First-time director Benedict Andrews is award-winning Australian theatre director who works out of Iceland and London, and judging from his body of work likely made the comfortable leap to this new set of damaged characters with Una – (formerly Blackbird) a screenplay by playwright David Harrower. Principal photography took place this past summer and the film is definitely in the editing phase. There is a small window of opportunity for a feature that will surely yield some emotionally »

- Eric Lavallee

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Fantastic Four reboot gets the Honest Trailer treatment

10 hours ago | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Well, we all knew this one was coming. For the latest instalment of Honest Trailers, Screen Junkies has cast its eye over this year’s superhero mega-flop Fantastic Four. Check it out here…

See Also: Watch previous Honest Trailers here

Fantastic Four sees Josh Trank (Chronicle) directing a cast that includes Miles Teller (Whiplash) as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic, Kate Mara (House of Cards) as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman, Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station) as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch, Jamie Bell (Nymphomaniac) as Ben Grimm/The Thing, Toby Kebbell (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) as Doctor Doom, Reg E. Cathey (House of Cards) as Dr. Storm, and Tim Blake Nelson (The Incredible Hulk) as Harvey Elder/Mole Man.


- Gary Collinson

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‘Rev’ Star, Co-Creator Tom Hollander, Hannah Pescod Launch Bandstand

18 November 2015 6:13 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Writer-actor Tom Hollander, who is best known for BAFTA-winning comedy series “Rev.,” but has also appeared in two “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies and “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation,” and producer Hannah Pescod, who won a BAFTA for “That Summer Day,” have launched production company Bandstand Prods.

Pescod and Hollander first worked together on BBC show “Rev.,” which won a BAFTA for best situation comedy, and earned three BAFTA nominations for Hollander. The series was co-created by Hollander, who was also an executive producer, with writer James Wood. Pescod joined the “Rev.” team in the early stages of development, producing the first two seasons before becoming executive producer on the third and final season.

Former Shine Group chief Alex Mahon joins Bandstand as non-executive chair, and the company has entered into an exclusive first-look deal with leading distributor All3media International.

In a joint statement, Hollander and Pescod said: “We are excited to continue our creative collaboration, »

- Leo Barraclough

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Elle Fanning, Nicole Kidman begin 'How To Talk To Girls At Parties' shoot

10 November 2015 3:58 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

“Punks and aliens” feature from director John Cameron Mitchell [pictured] also stars Alex Sharp.

Sci-fi romance How To Talk To Girls At Parties, starring Elle Fanning (Maleficent), Tony Award-winning Alex Sharp (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) and Nicole Kidman, has begun principal photography in the UK, where it will shoot for six weeks.

Directed by John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Shortbus), the film is based on a short story by Neil Gaiman (Coraline) from his collection “Fragile Things”.

The screenplay has been written by Philippa Goslett (Little Ashes) with Mitchell. Kidman reunites with Mitchell, who directed her Oscar-nominated performance in Rabbit Hole (2010).

The cast also includes Ruth Wilson (The Affair), Matt Lucas (Bridesmaids) and Joanna Scanlan (The Invisible Woman).

The story centres on a shy teenage punk in 1970s London (Sharp) who falls for an alien girl (Fanning) whose race plans a showdown with humans.

Producers are [link »

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Toby Kebbell on Fantastic Four: “The fans aren’t wrong”

8 November 2015 12:16 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Josh Trank trashed it, Kate Mara claimed she hadn’t seen it and mocked its box office takings, and Rupert Murdoch blamed it for the under performance of his entire company. Now Toby Kebbell has shared his thoughts on Fantastic Four, and specifically the reaction of the fans to the much-derided superhero reboot.

“I was disappointed, but the fans aren’t wrong,” Kebbell told IGN. “The fans want what they want to see and if they don’t get satisfaction, they let you know. I appreciate that as a performer. My job is to come in and perform as best I can, and hopefully be directed in that path, and I felt like I was. I felt like the film was going to go well. It didn’t turn out that the fans felt that way, so their reaction is honest, I can only appreciate honesty.”

Asked what he took »

- Gary Collinson

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Spectre movie review: Bond goes backward

28 October 2015 7:32 AM, PDT | | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

After a truly spectacular and fresh opening sequence, everyone might as well be enacting a Bond puppet show, which is sometimes unpleasantly retro-icky. I’m “biast” (pro): loved Casino Royale and Skyfall

I’m “biast” (con): didn’t love Quantum of Solace

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

The opening gambit of Spectre — the fourth outing for the 21st century’s James Bond — is absolutely spectacular. It begins with a long and apparently uncut sequence in which the secret agent and a lady friend wend their way through raucous Day of the Dead revelers in Mexico City, through streets heaving with partiers, into a fancy hotel (where the party continues), up to a room. They are dressed for the mock morbid mood, gloomy yet merry, and we catch that fun-ereal contagion: if soaking in this gruesome funk doesn’t make you want to instantly sign »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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‘Suffragette’ a passionately written, soundly acted, incomplete journey

27 October 2015 12:02 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »


Directed by Sarah Gavron

Written by Abi Morgan

United Kingdom, 2015

Sarah Gavron (Brick Lane) directs the story of the British suffragette movement from the ground up. Maud Watts (Carey Mulligan) is a poor, working-class woman who has labored all her life for men at work and home. She toils for the survival of her family- a doting husband (Ben Whishaw of Bright Star and I’m Not There) and a small son. She is largely quiet and keeps to herself until she encounters first-hand the disruptive influence of the suffragists in public and at the linen factory where she strains to make a living. Maud transforms from passive observer to impassioned reactionary through a gradually enlightened understanding of systemic oppression. Lacking any financial or political power to force change as an individual, she joins the suffragists to raise awareness about the abuse and inequality that women face. She has everything to risk- family, »

- Lane Scarberry

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Simon Kinberg on Fantastic Four: “I’m obviously disappointed with the way it turned out”

9 October 2015 2:43 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With Fantastic Four finishing up its North American box office run with a dismal $56 million, it’s fair to say that 20th Century Fox’s reboot of the Marvel comic book series has been an unmitigated disaster. Speaking to THR, writer-producer Simon Kinberg has revealed that he was “disappointed” by the reception of the film, as well as commenting on Josh Trank’s decision to bash the film on Twitter ahead of its release.

“I haven’t really done a full diagnosis,” states Kinberg when asked where the film went wrong. “It was a hard movie to make, but I’ve made a lot of hard movies. I do think that there is a great Fantastic Four movie with that cast. But there’s so many different elements that need to come together perfectly. It’s like a collaboration between all these strangers. And if there’s a few things that don’t go right, »

- Gary Collinson

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Suffragette movie review: then they fight you (#LFF2015)

7 October 2015 2:08 PM, PDT | | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

The first feature film ever about the women who fought for their right to vote is glorious. It is angry and passionate and defiant. It is essential. I’m “biast” (pro): I’m desperate for stories about women; love the cast

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Votes for women!

Campaigns to include women in the democratic process via voting have been going on for centuries. There are places in the world that we would consider the height of civilization — *cough* Switzerland *cough* 1971 *cough* — that have only just afforded women this basic human dignity within my lifetime. (I’m not terribly old.) For the first time ever, women in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to vote in local elections happening this December. This fight has concerned half the human race and won’t officially end until that first Saudi woman »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Mipcom: Telemundo-hbo Latin America Unveil Milestone Sales Deal

5 October 2015 6:18 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Cannes – Signaling one of the macro Latino deals at this year’s Mipcom trade fair, Telemundo Internacional and HBO Latin America Originals have inked an exclusive distribution deal giving Telemundo world sales rights outside the Americas -. North, Central, South – on HBO Latin America productions.

Deal involves the second biggest Spanish-language distributor in the world, and HBO Latin America, a company on the cutting edge of upscale Spanish-language TV production. It kicks in Jan. 2016 with period psychological drama “El Hipnotizador,” starring Leonardo Sbaraglio in the title role, and HBO Latin America’s first bilingual Spanish-Portuguese series.

Also on early next year’s slate of HBO Latin American Originals from Brazilian film/TV giant Conspiraçao, “Magnifica 70,” about a state censor involved with a sex film actress, directed by Claudio Torres, who scored a huge hit with “The Invisible Woman; now heading towards its third season, “El negocio,” another Brazilian series, from Mixer Producciones, »

- John Hopewell

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Simon Kinberg “figuring out” Fantastic Four 2

14 September 2015 8:38 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Despite the utter failure of Fantastic Four both critically and commercially, it seems that 20th Century Fox isn’t quite ready to call time on the franchise, as writer-producer Simon Kinberg has revealed to MTV News that he’s “figuring out” the sequel.

“I’m really focused on the next one,” states Kinberg. “I do believe there is a great Fantastic Four movie that we’ve made with that cast. So I’m gonna figure out what that is. We’re figuring out what that movie would be. I’d like [the sequel] to happen.”

Kinberg also shared his thoughts on the reception to the Josh Trank-directed film, stating that: “I was obviously disappointed. I was most disappointed that fans didn’t like it. I care more about them than I do anyone else. But I haven’t done a full deep dive on it. Do I think it was unfairly treated? »

- Gary Collinson

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Kate Mara hasn’t seen Fantastic Four yet, says Josh Trank’s tweet was “highly disappointing”

13 September 2015 9:46 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Given that its barely scraped $150 million at the global box office, it seems that plenty of people decided to skip 20th Century Fox’s superhero reboot Fantastic Four, and that even extends to the cast, with Kate Mara revealing she’s yet to see the final product herself.

“No, [I haven’t seen it] but I will eventually,” Mara told the British newspaper The Times, stating that the negative reviews her left her “a little bit gun shy.”

Mara then went on to call Josh Trank’s decision to tweet negatively about the final cut of the film on the eve of its release as “highly disappointing”, adding that:

“It was a tricky shoot but you know… When you know when you’re shooting it that a film isn’t going to be what you want it to be? That was not the case at all. [We all] really had each other’s backs. That’s the »

- Gary Collinson

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Kate Mara Reflects On Fantastic Four And Reveals Why She Hasn’t Watched The Movie

13 September 2015 6:49 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Ahead of the release of Fantastic Four, Josh Trank sent out an email to the cast and crew claiming they had made the best comic book movie in years. One cast member (most likely Miles Teller, seeing as he and Trank allegedly very nearly came to blows on set) replied with, “I don’t think so,” and the unpredictable director would later go on Twitter to disown the reboot.

One of the many things that Trank and the studio apparently clashed over was the casting of Kate Mara as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman, and in a new interview, the actress has confirmed that she’s yet to even watch the full movie.

Claiming she had a “good time” making Fantastic Four, she acknowledged the problems on set by diplomatically stating: “It was a tricky shoot but you know…when you know when you’re shooting it that a film »

- Josh Wilding

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Giveaway – Win the Blacklist Season 2 boxset with the Flickering Myth Movie Show

11 September 2015 11:58 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

In the August edition of The Flickering Myth Movie Show, as well as playing the blame game with Fantastic Four and discussing all the announcements from D23 (Toy Story 108 looks great!), we also ran a little share competition. Not ‘share’ as in ‘shares in a company’. That’s too volatile a prize.

Instead, we mean ‘share’ as in: Force This Video Upon All The People You Know by tweeting the video with #Fmtv. Only then could you win one of three The Blacklist Season 2 boxsets!

“No, you post the prize. I’m too busy sounding like velvet ice.”

You’ve been to the dentist, you know the drill. Do the stuff in bolded red below. UK readers only. The competition closes at midnight on 3rd October. By entering this competition you agree to our terms and conditions, which you can read here.

—Tweet This Video Using #Fmtv To Be Entered Into Blacklist Season Giveaway—

Fantastic… »

- Oli Davis

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Watch: Ballet Star Sergei Polunin Performs in Documentary ‘Dancer’ (Exclusive)

7 September 2015 3:33 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Variety has been given exclusive access to a clip from Steven Cantor’s feature-length documentary “Dancer,” about the “bad boy of ballet,” Ukrainian dancer Sergei Polunin. Movie sales and finance company WestEnd will be showing a clip from the film to buyers at the Toronto Film Festival, which opens Thursday. Variety spoke to Polunin, who was described by the Daily Telegraph as the “James Dean of the ballet world,” and the film’s producer, Gabrielle Tana, who picked up a nomination for the best picture Oscar with “Philomena.”

“Dancer” has been a passion project for Tana since she first met Polunin in 2012, after he quit the Royal Ballet in London. “He was interested in acting so that’s what we were really talking about, and exploring possibilities for that, and then, together with friends like Julie Kavanagh, who wrote a piece about him in Intelligent Life magazine, I realized »

- Leo Barraclough

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Fantastic Four unused concept art for H.E.R.B.I.E. and the Fantasticar

6 September 2015 10:21 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A few weeks ago we heard details on an early draft of Fantastic Four which would have featured the likes of H.E.R.B.I.E. and the Fantasticar [see details here], and now thanks to designer Fausto De Martini we have a look at some designs for both the robot sidekick and the F4’s flying car; check them out here…

Fantastic Four sees Josh Trank (Chronicle) directing a cast that includes Miles Teller (Whiplash) as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic, Kate Mara (House of Cards) as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman, Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station) as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch, Jamie Bell (Nymphomaniac) as Ben Grimm/The Thing, Toby Kebbell (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) as Doctor Doom, Reg E. Cathey (House of Cards) as Dr. Storm, and Tim Blake Nelson (The Incredible Hulk) as Harvey Elder/Mole Man. Listen to the Flickering Myth Podcast review of »

- Gary Collinson

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Telluride Film Review: ‘Suffragette’

5 September 2015 2:30 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

“Deeds, not words,” goes the refrain of “Suffragette,” a stolidly well-meaning tribute to the handful of brave women who realized that polite, law-abiding protests weren’t going to get them very far in the battle for voting rights in early 20th-century Britain. But while it boasts no shortage of dramatic activity as it lays bare the challenges and consequences of civil disobedience, this collaboration between director Sarah Gavron and screenwriter Abi Morgan doesn’t exactly uphold that mantra, insofar as it never seems to deviate from a neatly pre-packaged script of its own. As a lowly wife and mother slowly grabbing hold of her difficult destiny, Carey Mulligan gives an affecting, skillfully modulated performance that lends a certain coherence to this assemblage of real-life incidents, composite characters, noble sentiments, stirring speeches and impeccable production values — all marshaled in service of a picture whose politics prove rather more commendable than its artistry. »

- Justin Chang

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New Captain America: Civil War footage! Fantastic Four review! – Watch The Flickering Myth Movie Show #7

30 August 2015 5:34 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Black Widow can punch explosions.

Fantastic…Bore. Fantastic…Fourth Worst Movie Ever Made. Fantastic…4%. Or, as some have taken to calling it, just ‘Four’.

It was the fail story of the Summer, with Twentieth Century Fox’s tentpole superhero blockbuster bombing so hard at the box office, it took out a five-mile stretch of Odeons in the Greater Bexleyheath area. In the September edition of The Flickering Myth Movie Show, Oli Davis, Rebecca Perfect, Luke Owen and Kat Kourbeti discuss the problems with the movie, the practice of entrusting $100million+ franchises with young, independent filmmakers (think Gareth Edwards on Godzilla and Colin Treverrow on Jurassic World), and who is really to blame for the movie’s failure – Fantastic Four’s director Josh Trank, or the studio that allegedly hamstrung his production?

Fantastic Four also gets to be the first film receiving the Best Bad Reviews treatment – our new series that »

- Oli Davis

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'Suicide Squad': Leto Is Scarier Than the Joker Says Robbie

26 August 2015 3:45 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Now that Warner Bros.' highly-anticipated Suicide Squad has wrapped production, many fans are looking forward to the next wave of footage, following the first trailer that debuted at Comic-Con last month. That trailer only gave us a brief glimpse at Jared Leto as The Joker, but with just less than a year before this superhero movie hits theaters, we'll surely be seeing a lot more of him and the rest of the Squad between now and then. Margot Robbie, who plays Harley Quinn, revealed in an interview with New York Daily News that she got so used to Jared Leto wearing The Joker makeup, complete with gold teeth and green hair, that seeing him out of costume scared her even more.

"What he's doing with the character is so cool. At first it was kind of confronting (to be up close) but now I'm so used to it, I »

- MovieWeb

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Margot Robbie Talks Passing Up Sue Storm In Fantastic Four, Jared Leto’s “Impressive” Joker

26 August 2015 12:07 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Now that filming has wrapped on David Ayer’s Suicide Squad and the DC adaptation is entering its CG-intensive, post-production stage, the cast and crew have took time to reflect on the Toronto shoot and the film as a whole. Margot Robbie, playing one of the nominal characters in Harley Quinn, spoke about the volatile nature of Joker’s number two in a recent interview with NY Daily News.

Before that, however, the Aussie actress touched upon her decision to pass up the role of Sue Storm in Josh Trank’s maligned Fantastic Four reboot. Early in development and fresh off her eye-catching Wolf of Wall Street role, Robbie had been in contention to play the part of The Invisible Woman, though it was ultimately a role filled by House of CardsKate Mara.

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Here, Robbie recounts exactly why she opted to turn down the »

- Michael Briers

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