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'A Monster Calls' tops Goya nominations in Spain

14 December 2016 9:39 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Bayona’s film scoops 12 nods, followed closely by ‘Smoke And Mirrors’ and ‘The Fury Of A Patient Man’.

The 2017 Goya award nominations were announced in Madrid today (December 14) by actors Natalia de Molina and Javier Cámara, Goya winners last year with Food And Shelter and Truman respectively. The ceremony for the 31st edition of the awards will be held on February 4.

J.A. Bayona’s A Monster Calls, which tops the box office so far in Spain this year with $27.6m (€25.9m), leads the nominations with 12 nods including best film, best director for Bayona, best adapted screenplay (for Patrick Ness who wrote the adaptation of his own novel), best supporting actress for Sigourney Weaver, best music, best cinematography, best production design and art direction. Bayona is currently in Hawaii preparing Jurassic World 2.

Two thrillers, a popular genre in Spanish cinema, scored 11 each. Smoke And Mirrors, by Alberto Rodríguez, big winner at the 2015 edition of the Goyas with Marshland »

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Colin Firth has joined the cast of ‘Mary Poppins Returns’

19 October 2016 10:01 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Academy Award winning British actor Colin Firth has joined Emily Blunt in the cast of the forthcoming Mary Poppins sequel Mary Poppins Returns over at Disney, so reports Variety.

The film will start shooting next year and will actually be set 25 years after the events of the first movie where Michael and Jane Banks (Ben Whishaw and Emily Mortimer) get a visit from their childhood nanny, the magical Mary Poppins (Blunt).

Meryl Streep and Lin-Manuel Miranda are also amongst the cast.

Variety reports that Firth will be playing William Weatherall Wilkins, president of Fidelity Fiduciary Bank.

Rob Marshall is directing the film for Disney with a release date of December 25th 2018 already set.

Colin Firth will next be seen in Genius and then the comedy-action sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle in 2017.

The post Colin Firth has joined the cast of ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ appeared first on The Hollywood News. »

- Paul Heath

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Colin Firth Joins Emily Blunt in ‘Mary Poppins’ Sequel (Exclusive)

19 October 2016 2:10 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Colin Firth is in negotiations to join Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda in Disney’s “Mary Poppins Returns.”

Firth will play William Weatherall Wilkins, president of Fidelity Fiduciary Bank.

The movie is set 25 years after the original. Michael and Jane Banks (Ben Whishaw and Emily Mortimer) are all grown up and suddenly get a visit from the magical nanny.

The movie also stars Meryl Streep as Poppins’ cousin. Blunt will be playing the title character, with “Hamilton” star Miranda portraying a street lamplighter named Jack.

The film will be directed by Rob Marshall and produced by Marshall, John DeLuca, and Marc Platt.

The screenplay will be written by Oscar nominee David Magee based on “The Mary Poppins Stories” by P.L. Travers. Marc Shaiman is composing an all-new score and Scott Wittman will be writing original songs.

Mary Poppins Returns” will hit theaters on Dec. 25, 2018.

Firth has had a busy year »

- Justin Kroll

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Rome: 'The Accountant', 'Birth Of A Nation' among line-up

4 October 2016 9:37 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Guests attending this year to include Bernardo Bertolucci, Don DeLillo, Ralph Fiennes.Scroll down for full line-up

The Rome Film Festival (Oct 13-23) has revealed its line-up for 2016.

The festival will present 44 films and documentaries in its official programme, selected from 26 countries.

Rome will open with Barry JenkinsMoonlight, which premiered in Toronto.

Further titles in the Official Selection include Gavin O’Connor’s The Accountant [pictured], starring Ben Affleck and Anna Kendrick, Nate Parker’s The Birth Of A Nation, Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester By The Sea, and Oliver Stone’s Snowden.

The festival’s previously announced Alice In The City line-up will include John Carney’s Sing Street and Matt Ross’s Captain Fantastic.

The Everybody’s Talking About It strand, which highlights films that has generated exceptional buzz following their international debuts, will showcase Yeon Sang-ho’s Train To Busan, Michael Grandage’s Genius, David Mackenzie’s Hell Or High Water, and [link=nm »

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Rome Film Fest Will Open With ‘Moonlight’, Close With ‘Lion,’ Include Some World Premieres

30 September 2016 7:16 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Rome — The Rome Film Festival has unveiled the lineup of it’s 11th edition which will feature a selection of hot Fall fest circuit titles sandwiched between its opening film, Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight” and the closer, Garth Davis’ “Lion,” plus 24 world premieres.

Films set to play in Rome that have not screened at other fests include Ben Affleck thriller “The Accountant,” directed by Gavin O’Connor, which will be Affleck’s first film since “Gone Girl.”

World premieres include Benedict Cumberbatch-narrated documentary “Naples ’44” by Italian director Francesco Patierno, based on the eponymous diary by British travel writer Norman Lewis about his experience in Naples as a British intelligence officer; Iranian drama “Immortality” by Mehdi Fard Ghaderi; and Chinese 3D martial arts blockbuster “Sword Master,” directed by Derek Yee.

Mexican director Natalia Almada’s “Todo lo demos” (“Everything Else”), which stars Oscar-nommed actress Adriana Barraza (“Amores Perros,” “Babel”) as a »

- Nick Vivarelli

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Rufus Norris on Moving ‘London Road’ From Stage to Screen

24 September 2016 5:21 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Rufus Norris is a prominent and influential figure in the British stage scene, and one of an increasing number of London-based stage directors who are carving out a place for themselves in the movie business. Other members of this crossover coterie include Sam Mendes and Stephen Daldry, who have been recently joined by Michael Grandage with “Genius” and Benedict Andrews with “Una.”

Norris, who is director of the prestigious National Theater in London, made his movie debut with coming-of-age drama “Broken” in 2012. He has followed that with serial-killer musical “London Road,” which was released recently in the U.S. The film, starring Tom Hardy and Olivia Colman, is adapted from the 2011 National Theater stage play, also directed by Norris. It is one of the latest in a trickle of London stage plays re-emerging as films, such as “War Horse” and “Una,” based on “Blackbird,” with “The Curious Incident of the »

- Leo Barraclough

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Teensy Reviews: 6 Films We Didn't Review Properly

21 July 2016 6:30 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

These reviews could fit in a tweet. Presented to assuage Nathaniel's guilt from not having properly reviewed them when they arrived, though he sometimes dropped hints of his feelings in other contexts.

In Theaters

Swiss Army Man (Daniels)

Story: A suicidal man (Paul Dano) finds companionship and a new zest for life when he meets a corpse (Daniel Radcliffe)

Review: Wobbly start, Self sabotaging end. But, Oh!, those imaginative mental heights in the middle. 

Grade: Middle Hour: A- / The Rest: C+

Genius (Michael Grandage)

Story: An account of the long working relationship between famed editor Max Perkins (Colin Firth) and one of his literary finds Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law). Let us not mention the women (Nicole Kidman, The Lovely Laura Linney) lest we rage again at the terrible gender politics

Review: The work of an editor is shape & rhythm, so why is a film about a great one lumpy and lead-footed? »

- NATHANIEL R

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On this day: Hemingway, Falconetti, Clueless, Dunkirk

21 July 2016 7:21 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

On this day in history as it relates to the movies...

Corey Stoll as Hemingway

1892 Maria Falconetti is born. Delivers one of the best performances ever captured on film thirty-six years later in The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)

1899 Famous author and real 'character' Ernest Hemingway is born. In addition to his work being made into films and TV miniseries he frequently pops up as a character in cinema played by everyone from Chris O'Donnell (In Love and War) to Corey Stoll (Midnight in Paris - robbed of an Oscar nod though we honored him here) and now Dominic West (Genius) ...and that's not even the half of it.

1922 Don Knotts is born. Mugs it up in 70+ film and TV projects including Three's Company, The Apple Dumpling Gang, and The Andy Griffith Show - 5 Emmy wins for Supporting Actor thereafter until his death in 2006

1948 Steven Demetre Georgiu is born in London. »

- NATHANIEL R

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Jude Law-Starring TV Series ‘The Young Pope’ To Debut At Venice Film Festival

9 July 2016 11:23 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Young Pope” is director Paolo Sorrentino’s first TV venture and stars Jude Law as the fictional Pope Pius Xiii, the first American Pope. The series will be making its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, where the first two episodes will be screened on September 3 in the Lido’s Sala Grande, out-of-competition.

The show follows the young and charming Pius as he struggles with his new responsibilities as a man of God. His mysterious nature and internal contradiction brings him attention in the Vatican and raises some questions about his righteous path. The film also co-stars Diane Keaton, as Sister Mary, a nun who raised Pius, James Cromwell, Sebastian Roché, Scott Shepherd and Cécile de France.

Read More: ‘The Young Pope’ Trailer: Jude Law Stars as the Titular Pontiff In Paolo Sorrentino’s Series

“It is an honor for me to return to Venice,” Sorrentino said in a statement. »

- Liz Calvario

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Jude Law-Starring TV Series ‘The Young Pope’ To Debut At Venice Film Festival

9 July 2016 11:23 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The Young Pope” is director Paolo Sorrentino’s first TV venture and stars Jude Law as the fictional Pope Pius Xiii, the first American Pope. The series will be making its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, where the first two episodes will be screened on September 3 in the Lido’s Sala Grande, out-of-competition.

The show follows the young and charming Pius as he struggles with his new responsibilities as a man of God. His mysterious nature and internal contradiction brings him attention in the Vatican and raises some questions about his righteous path. The film also co-stars Diane Keaton, as Sister Mary, a nun who raised Pius, James Cromwell, Sebastian Roché, Scott Shepherd and Cécile de France.

Read More: ‘The Young Pope’ Trailer: Jude Law Stars as the Titular Pontiff In Paolo Sorrentino’s Series

“It is an honor for me to return to Venice,” Sorrentino said in a statement. »

- Liz Calvario

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A writer's life by Anne-Katrin Titze

29 June 2016 2:46 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

A Scott Berg with Michael Grandage, Nicole Kidman and Laura Linney Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

Michael Grandage's Genius, starring Colin Firth, Jude Law, Nicole Kidman and Laura Linney, written by John Logan, based on Max Perkins: Editor of Genius, by A Scott Berg, has Dominic West as Ernest Hemingway, Guy Pearce as F Scott Fitzgerald and Vanessa Kirby as Zelda Fitzgerald to round out their literary world.

Max Perkins (Colin Firth) with Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law)

Scott Berg also wrote Kate Remembered, about Katharine Hepburn, who died on this date, June 29 in 2003. Cate Blanchett in Martin Scorsese's The Aviator (written by Logan), a Gustave Flaubert, Thomas Wolfe, Hemingway connection and Fitzgerald's Garden of Allah were revisited in our conversation.

Thomas Wolfe's (Jude Law) problem is that he can't stop writing. Like a feverish Rainer Werner Fassbinder of the page, he burns himself out. And the people around him, »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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Krysty Wilson-Cairns to pen screenplay for The Voyeur's Motel by Anne-Katrin Titze - 2016-06-27 16:10:33

27 June 2016 8:10 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Gay Talese at the Andrew Bolton and Wong Kar Wai China: Through the Looking Glass exhibition Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

Gay Talese yesterday confirmed by email that the adaptation of his book The Voyeur's Motel (directed by Sam Mendes and produced by Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks) will be written by Krysty Wilson-Cairns (Darren Aronofsky's The Good Nurse).

Wilson-Cairns worked on John Logan's Penny Dreadful TV series. Logan wrote the screenplay for Michael Grandage's Genius starring Colin Firth, Jude Law, Nicole Kidman and Laura Linney. He is also known for Mendes' James Bond films, Spectre and Skyfall. American Beauty, Road To Perdition and Revolutionary Road directed by Mendes were produced by DreamWorks.

The John Logan to Sam Mendes to DreamWorks connection leads to Krysty Wilson-Cairns and Gay Talese.

Gay Talese's The Voyeur's Motel will be published in the Us and UK July, 2016. »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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Movie Review: Genius

21 June 2016 11:21 AM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

The film Genius was not genius for me. It contained a wonderful cast and had enormous potential, but fell flat completely. I’m getting drowsy just thinking back on it. However, keep in mind that reviewing film is subjective. I did not enjoy Genius, which by no means infers that someone else might not enjoy it. So, in fairness, let me expound on what you can expect and you can make your own decision.

This story is concerned with the relationship between novelist Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law) and editor Max Perkins (Colin Firth), noteworthy for his publishing the works of Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald. The film begins with Wolfe waiting to see if his manuscript will be accepted for publication by Scribner’s Sons Publishing. Thomas, an eccentric over-expressive writer, fully believes he will be rejected as he has been time and time again. To his surprise, Perkins »

- Betsy Russo

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Finding Treasure (with Pixar's Dory)

19 June 2016 3:00 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

It will surprise you less than Dory, that she's the new queen of the box office. Finding Dory, the sequel to Pixar's most beloved non-Toy based title with mainstream audiences (not with us though - we're Wall•E / Incredibles people round these parts), broke records when it swam into theaters Thursday night. The bankability of a little Hart (Kevin) and a Big Johnson (Dwayne "The Rock") made an impact in second position, as well, though it's worth noting that pairing them didn't remotely result in twice their usual opening weekend grosses (these are fairly typical for either of them. Maybe their fanbases are too similar?) Between those two movies requiring nearly 8,000 screens between them it was a rough weekend for other movies with most big and small releases losing a ton of movie houses (yes even Love and Friendship and The Lobster which both had strong momentum until they lost theaters. »

- NATHANIEL R

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Arthouse Audit: ‘Tickled’ Leads Long List of Modest Openers

19 June 2016 10:38 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It’s only June and it already feels like the dog days of summer. No breakouts. A slew of niche titles, including several documentaries. This week’s standout is Sundance doc hit “Tickled” (Magnolia), which is showing some potential.

This week’s range of titles is wide and diverse. Some boast high festival and/or review pedigrees, and many come from distributors who aren’t reporting numbers (we offer estimates; “Parched,” an Indian indie from Wolfe Releasing and “2016 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour” remained elusive).

Meantime, “Love & Friendship” (Roadside Attractions) and “The Lobster” (A24) continue to thrive ahead of other recent releases and “Maggie’s Plan” (Sony Pictures Classics) keeps going, along with doc standout “Weiner” (IFC).

Opening

“Tickled” (Magnolia) – Metacritic: 77; Festivals include: Sundance, San Francisco, Seattle 2016

$24,000 in 2 theaters; PTA (per theater average): $12,000

After its strong reaction contending at Sundance’s World Documentary competition, this expose of the »

- Tom Brueggemann

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Genius – Review

17 June 2016 8:29 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Sometimes words are just words. Other times a strong voice can bring written words to life. That is the goal of a writer after all. In Genius, Max Perkins (played by Colin Firth) is a man who helps bring these words to life, albeit, sometimes in a more condensed or cohesive form. He’s an editor for Charles Scribner’s Sons in New York in 1929.  Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law) is a boisterous struggling writer when Perkins barges into Perkins’ office with the hope to be the next classic writer published by the company, following in the footsteps of Hemingway and Fitzgerald, respectively. The ups and downs of this creative partnership push both of these men to their limits, as well as that of their wives (Nicole Kidman and Laura Linney).

When reading great works of literature, it’s easy to forget the blood, sweat, and tears that go into such an undertaking. »

- Michael Haffner

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Nicole Kidman in Talks to Join Colin Farrell in ‘Killing of a Sacred Deer’

15 June 2016 4:47 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Nicole Kidman is in talks to join Colin Farrell in “The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” the psychological thriller from “The Lobster” director Yorgos Lanthimos.

Variety first reported during the Cannes Film Festival last month that Farrell had been set to reunite with  Lanthimos in the Greek helmer’s latest project.

The Killing of a Sacred Deer” is expected to begin shooting in August with Lanthimos re-teamed with co-writer Efthymis Filippou and producers Element Pictures and Film4. Hanway Films was shopping the title to foreign buyers in Cannes.

Farrell will play a successful surgeon who attempts unsuccessfully to integrate an increasingly sinister teenager into his family. Kidman will play Farrell’s wife.

A24 is the domestic distributor. Producers are Ed Guiney and Andrew Lowe of Element Pictures.

The Lobster,” which won the Jury Prize at Cannes in 2015, has generated more than $5 million in limited release in a month for A24.

Kidman stars with Colin Firth in “Genius,” which Roadside Attractions released last weekend, and in the upcoming “Lion,” with Rooney Mara and Dev Patel. Twx is releasing “Lion” in November.

Kidman is repped by CAA, Media Talent Group and Shanahan Management.

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- Dave McNary

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‘The Young Pope’ Trailer: Jude Law Stars as the Titular Pontiff In Paolo Sorrentino’s Series

15 June 2016 8:46 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

 

In Paolo Sorrentino’s new series “The Young Pope,” Jude Law stars as the fictional Pope Pius Xiii, the first American Pope. Young and charming, Pius struggles with his new responsibilities as a man of God for the entire world, but Pius’ mysterious nature and internal contradictions brings him attention in the Vatican and raises some new questions about his righteous path. The series also stars Diane Keaton (“Annie Hall”) as Sister Mary, a nun who raised Pius and helped him reach the papacy, James Cromwell (“L.A. Confidential”) as Pius’ mentor, Silvio Orlando (“The Caiman”), Sebastian Roché (“The Last of the Mohicans”), Scott Shepherd (“Bridge of Spies”), Cécile de France (“The Jungle Book”), and more. Watch a trailer for the series above.

Read More: Cannes: Paolo Sorrentino on Why the Boos for ‘Youth’ Amused Him

Director Paolo Sorrentino’s body of work has been greatly acclaimed by critics and audiences alike. His directorial debut “One Man Up” won the Nastro d’Argento for Best New Director; his second feature “The Consequences of Love” competed at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival and won five David di Donatello awards, including Best Director; his fourth film “Il Divo” won the Jury Prize at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival; his sixth film “The Great Beauty” was a great success in the United States, winning the Best Foreign Language Film award at the Oscars and the Golden Globes. His latest film “Youth,” starring Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel, received positive notices and was nominated for an Oscar.

The Young Pope” is Sorrentino’s first TV series. It will air in October on Sky’ Sky Atlantic channel in Europe, and will premiere on HBO at an undetermined date.

Read More: Interview: Paolo Sorrentino Talks ‘Youth,’ The Happiest Moment Of Filmmaking, Michael Caine, Sun Kill Moon & More

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Related storiesWatch: Colin Firth, Jude Law, And Nicole Kidman Get Literary In First Trailer For 'Genius'This Week In Home Video: 'Creed,' 'Room,' and MoreWatch: First Trailer For 'Rio, I Love You' With Segments Directed By Paolo Sorrentino, Fernando Meirelles, José Padilha, More »

- Vikram Murthi

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‘The Young Pope’ Trailer: Jude Law Stars as the Titular Pontiff In Paolo Sorrentino’s Series

15 June 2016 8:46 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

 

In Paolo Sorrentino’s new series “The Young Pope,” Jude Law stars as the fictional Pope Pius Xiii, the first American Pope. Young and charming, Pius struggles with his new responsibilities as a man of God for the entire world, but Pius’ mysterious nature and internal contradictions brings him attention in the Vatican and raises some new questions about his righteous path. The series also stars Diane Keaton (“Annie Hall”) as Sister Mary, a nun who raised Pius and helped him reach the papacy, James Cromwell (“L.A. Confidential”) as Pius’ mentor, Silvio Orlando (“The Caiman”), Sebastian Roché (“The Last of the Mohicans”), Scott Shepherd (“Bridge of Spies”), Cécile de France (“The Jungle Book”), and more. Watch a trailer for the series above.

Read More: Cannes: Paolo Sorrentino on Why the Boos for ‘Youth’ Amused Him

Director Paolo Sorrentino’s body of work has been greatly acclaimed by critics and audiences alike. His directorial debut “One Man Up” won the Nastro d’Argento for Best New Director; his second feature “The Consequences of Love” competed at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival and won five David di Donatello awards, including Best Director; his fourth film “Il Divo” won the Jury Prize at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival; his sixth film “The Great Beauty” was a great success in the United States, winning the Best Foreign Language Film award at the Oscars and the Golden Globes. His latest film “Youth,” starring Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel, received positive notices and was nominated for an Oscar.

The Young Pope” is Sorrentino’s first TV series. It will air in October on Sky’ Sky Atlantic channel in Europe, and will premiere on HBO at an undetermined date.

Read More: Interview: Paolo Sorrentino Talks ‘Youth,’ The Happiest Moment Of Filmmaking, Michael Caine, Sun Kill Moon & More

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Related storiesWatch: Colin Firth, Jude Law, And Nicole Kidman Get Literary In First Trailer For 'Genius'This Week In Home Video: 'Creed,' 'Room,' and MoreWatch: First Trailer For 'Rio, I Love You' With Segments Directed By Paolo Sorrentino, Fernando Meirelles, José Padilha, More »

- Vikram Murthi

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Nicole Kidman Reuniting With Jane Campion

14 June 2016 5:00 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

While we've been pounding the drum for our Emmy hopefuls in the past week, we got some new television casting news to obsess over: Nicole Kidman has signed on for the second season of Top of the Lake.

The previously rumored casting is most exciting for the reuniting of our beloved star with her The Portrait of a Lady director Jane Campion at long last! This coming season will jump forward in time with Elizabeth Moss's detective returning for a brand new case, so it's fair game on what role Kidman will play in the investigation. But a lack of details is the tiniest of complaints when you are reuniting a pair that collaborated on what is some of the most underrated work for them both.

Game of Thrones's Gwendoline Christie is also joining this season, but this won't be Kidman's first actress heavy dive into long form television. »

- Chris Feil

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