6 items from 2013
Fairley will be joining season three of USA Network’s show as Ava Hessington, a British oil tycoon who comes to Harvey for help when a lawsuit threatens her family business. It was revealed that the role will be reoccurring and she will make her debut when the show returns July 16th.
But do not think she will be getting out of the period pieces too quickly, her film roles over the year include The Invisible Woman, which she will be starring with Ralph Fiennes, and the sequel to Iron Clad.
We’re glad to see she got over Catelyn’s death quickly…-sniff-. Check out what The Hollywood News thought of the latest Game Of Thrones episode here.
- Lucy Cave
Stills from A Most Wanted Man, Nymphomaniac, Don Jon's Addiction, the remake of Patrick, The Green Inferno, Drinking Buddies, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, Riddick, the set of Insidious Chapter Two.
Posters for I'm So Excited, Austenland, The Internship, Frances Ha, Olympus Has Fallen, Red 2, Would You Rather, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, The Host, Passion, Welcome to Pine Hill, and the official one-sheet for the 85th Annual Academy Awards
"Sony Pictures Entertainment and Starz announced a new, multi-year agreement that extends their exclusive first-run output premium pay TV deal. As a result, »
- Garth Franklin
Berlin - Sony Pictures Classics has fallen hard for Ralph Fiennes' Charles Dickens romantic drama The Invisible Woman, striking a deal to distribute the film in the U.S., insiders confirm to THR. Fiennes directs and stars in the film opposite Felicity Jones, Kristin Scott Thomas and Tom Hollander. Invisible Woman revolves around the secret love affair between Dickens (Fiennes) and a young actress (Jones). Michael Barker and Tom Bernard's Spc also acquired rights to Latin America and South Africa. The pact was made with CAA and WestEnd Films, which is shopping Invisible Woman at the European Film Market in Berlin.
- Pamela McClintock, Stuart Kemp
Felicity Jones has to be one of the most talented young actresses in British cinema at the moment.
During the last few years she’s impressed in the likes of Cemetery Junction, Hysteria and Albatross, while scoring mainstream success with Chalet Girl and being met with great critical recognition for her part in the Sundance breakout Like Crazy.
This month she can be seen in the lead role in Cheerful Weather For The Wedding (Out Now) which she stars in alongside an impressive British cast which includes Elizabeth McGovern, Luke Treadaway, Ellie Kendrick and MacKenzie Crook. We spoke to Felicity about her new film and some of the other projects she’s been working on.
You play Dolly in Cheerful Weather For The Wedding. Could you tell us a little bit about her and the situation she finds herself in?
Dolly is a young woman and we find her on »
- Joe Cunningham
Fresh off her Golden Globe win for her performance in Tom Hooper's Les Miserables, Anne Hathaway has landed a brand new part. The actress has been cast in a brand new adaptation of William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. Similar to the 1999 Gil Junger film 10 Things I Hate About You, the new film will also be set in modern day. According to The Wrap, the script is being written by Abi Morgan, who is best known for scripting 2011's Phyllida Lloyd's The Iron Lady and Steve McQueen's Shame. She most recently adapted Claire Tomalin's book The Invisible Woman for director Ralph Fiennes and the film is currently in post-production. The article doesn't mention which role in the film Hathaway will play in the comedy, but one can assume she will portray Bianca . The story is about two sisters: Bianca, the younger sister who is »
Because, looking forward, 2013 promises to be such a fruitful cornucopia of cinema, we were excited to be able to easily list an additional 100 titles we are eagerly looking forward to catching in the new year. From these 200-101 titles, we’re happy to list several projects featuring the extremely busy Isabelle Huppert, include two English language projects, Ned Benson’s split film project The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby His/Hers and the Niels Arden Oplev film, Dead Man Down (and don’t forget her French projects, a starring turn in Serge Bozon’s followup, Tip Top as well as Guillaume Nicloux’s The Religious).
Additionally, the horror genre should be extremely noteworthy in the coming year, with new projects from Neil Marshall (The Descent), Alexandre Aja (High Tension), Fabrice Du Welz (Calvaire), Lucky McKee (May) and directing team Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury (Inside). We’ve got two Australian beauties playing »
- Nicholas Bell
6 items from 2013
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