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Cannes Wishlist: 15 Movies Our Critics Hope to See at This Year’s Festival

2 April 2014 1:33 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Although films like Bennett Miller’s “Foxcatcher” and David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars” look like Cannes shoo-ins, the festival’s 2014 lineup is still very much a work in progress. That hasn’t stopped Variety’s top film critics from naming what they’d like to see included when the official selection is announced April 17.

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Inherent Vice,” Paul Thomas Anderson

When people talk of ambition in Hollywood, they usually mean big budgets and visual effects, but what impresses me about Anderson is his ability to render cinematic the most challenging of subjects — from Scientology to, in this case, a Thomas Pynchon novel.

“A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence,” Roy Andersson

It takes the Swedish master so long to make his meticulously composed absurdist satires that there have only been two in my lifetime: “Songs From the Second Floor” and “You, the Living. »

- Variety Staff

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Trailer for James Gandolfini's Last Film The Drop, Co-Starring Tom Hardy

1 April 2014 5:02 PM, PDT | WorstPreviews.com | See recent Worst Previews news »

Today we have the official trailer for James Gandolfini's last film, called "The Drop," which co-stars Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace (Prometheus) And Matthias Schoenaerts (Rust and Bone). Check out all the photos below. Plot: The story focuses on Bob Saginowski (Hardy), a former criminal trying to straighten out his life as a bartender at a place that also serves as a money "drop" for local gangsters. He works alongside his cousin Marv (Gandolfini), another former criminal. Bob's attempt at a normal life with a rescued pit bull puppy and his girlfriend (Rapace) falls apart when he finds himself in the center of a robbery gone wrong, committed by a thug (Schoenaerts). The new movie is directed by Michael R. Roskam (Bullhead) and is set to hit theaters on September 19th. Trailer: »

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Trailer For The Drop, James Gandolfini’s Final Film, Arrives Online

1 April 2014 5:01 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Many moviegoers presumed that James Gandolfini’s sweet natured role in Enough Said, which was released last September and earned him a Screen Actors Guild nomination, was his last film. However, Gandolfini’s final big screen appearance is actually in The Drop, a new thriller from Bullhead director Michaël R. Roskam with a screenplay from crime author Dennis Lehane (novelist of Gone Baby Gone and Shutter Island), based on his short story.

Although Enough Said was a lighthearted venture for the actor best known for playing Tony Soprano on HBO, The Drop feels like a more appropriate legacy for him, given his omnipresence in crime dramas over the years in both film and television.

In The Drop, Gandolfini plays Marv, the cousin of a New York bartender Bob Saginowski (played by Tom Hardy). The film’s title comes from how the “drop bar” Saginowski manages is a place where criminals drop their dirty money. »

- Jordan Adler

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'The Drop' Trailer: James Gandolfini and Tom Hardy Are Stuck in the Middle (Video)

1 April 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Remember those photos from last year of Tom Hardy snuggling an adorable pit bull puppy on the set of an upcoming movie? Now you can check out the fruits of his fuzzy labor in this trailer for "The Drop," which was previously known as "Animal Rescue."

Hardy co-stars with the late James Gandolfini as Bob and Marv, two Brooklyn guys on the periphery of the underworld. Bob's trying to keep his nose clean, what with the aforementioned puppy and a girlfriend (Noomi Rapace) and a regular gig as a bartender, but he happens to be working at a bar that's used as a money drop for local criminals. He and his cousin Marv get in the middle of a big old mess when their bar is held up and some local guys (led by Matthias Schoenaerts) make off with all the cash.

It won't be easy to watch Gandolfini in »

- Jenni Miller

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First Look at James Gandolfini's Last Film The Drop, Co-Starring Tom Hardy

27 March 2014 4:12 AM, PDT | WorstPreviews.com | See recent Worst Previews news »

Today we have the first photos from James Gandolfini's last film, called "The Drop," which co-stars Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace (Prometheus) And Matthias Schoenaerts (Rust and Bone). Check out all the photos below. Plot: The story focuses on Bob Saginowski (Hardy), a former criminal trying to straighten out his life as a bartender at a place that also serves as a money "drop" for local gangsters. He works alongside his cousin Marv (Gandolfini), another former criminal. Bob's attempt at a normal life with a rescued pit bull puppy and his girlfriend (Rapace) falls apart when he finds himself in the center of a robbery gone wrong, committed by a thug (Schoenaerts). The new movie is directed by Michaël R. Roskam (Bullhead) and is set to hit theaters on September 19th. Photos: (click to enlarge) »

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Alexandre Desplat Reteams With Roman Polanski, Will Score Dreyfus Affair Drama 'D'

26 February 2014 7:24 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Is Alexandre Desplat the hardest-working man in Hollywood? If they were going to give an Oscar for that this weekend, he'd certainly be a contender, though as it is he's nominated instead in the real category of Best Score, for “Philomena.” In the last three years alone he has worked on that film, “The Monuments Men” (where he also had a small role), “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Zero Dark Thirty,” “Rise of the Guardians,” “Rust and Bone,” “Moonrise Kingdom,” “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” “Argo,” “The Ides of March,” “Carnage,” “The King's Speech,” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” and more. And he shows no sign of slowing down, with scores in the pipeline for “Godzilla," Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken" and now also for “D,” Roman Polanski's new project. Desplat is Polanski's go-to music guy at present, having done “Carnage,” “The Ghost Writer” and even the documentary "Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir. »

- Ben Brock

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French hit reveals Minuscule carbon footprint

18 February 2014 4:46 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Hybrid children’s 3D hit was made using green shooting practices.

As well as securing critical acclaim, French bug picture Minuscule: The Valley of the Lost Ants (Minuscule: La Vallée des Fourmis Perdues) is also winning praise from local ecologists.

Figures unveiled at the Ile de France Film Commission’s Location Expo in Paris revealed the production had reduced its potential carbon footprint sevenfold by employing green shooting practices.

Thomas Szabo and Hélène Giraud’s hybrid 3D work combines real-life backdrops with animated insects. 

The Minuscule format is already known to millions of young viewers around the world through a popular TV series shown on channels such as BBC Four in the UK, Nhk in Japan and the Disney Channel and ABC in the Us. 

The feature version hit cinema screens in France at the end of January, drawing some 650,000 spectators in the first two weeks on release. It will head to several other international territories »

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'Broken Circle Breakdown' Director Sets Up Next Project with Schoenaerts

17 February 2014 4:52 PM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

When I asked writer-director Felix van Groeningen what he would do after the Oscar-nominated "Broken Circle Breakdown," he insisted he's stick close to home. And so he has. His next project is drama "Belgica" with Belgium's hottest star, Cesar-winner Matthias Schoenaerts ("Rust and Bone") opposite Stef Aerts ("Oxygen").  Belgica, Groeningen’s fifth feature film, is a family drama set in the midst of Belgium’s nightlife scene.  Two brothers who open up a successful bar get swept up in its early success. Groeningen wrote the script with his "With Friends Like These" co-writer Arne Sierens. Groeningen will reteam with a number of his collaborators from "The Broken Circle Breakdown." Menuet returns as producer in coproduction with Topkapi and Pyramide Productions, along with longtime producer Dirk Impens, director of photography Ruben Impens, and editor Nico Leunen. Principal photography will begin this Fall in Belgium. "The Broken Circle »

- Anne Thompson

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Idris Elba and Sam Worthington Board Alive Alone with Noomi Rapace

10 February 2014 5:30 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Having worked together on Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, Noomi Rapace and Idris Elba are about to reunite for the New York-set thriller, Alive Alone.

News from Berlin has surfaced that Elba and Sam Worthington are joining the cast, with Thunder Road Pictures (We Are Marshall, Brooklyn’s Finest) making the film, currently being shopped to buyers at the European Film Market by Protagonist Pictures.

Matthias Schoenaerts (Rust and Bone) was originally signed on to take the male lead when Alive Alone was being shopped at Cannes last year, but he’s unfortunately had to pull out for personal reasons.

Elba will be taking his place, starring as Jamal, an ex-detainee of Guantanamo Bay now working as a taxi driver. Rapace stars opposite as Sarah, a prostitute on the run from a feared crime boss (Worthington). When their worlds collide, the two unexpectedly find salvation in each other.

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- Kenji Lloyd

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Gaumont launches sales on Coming In

5 February 2014 11:10 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Company also set to unveil Through The Air starring Reda Kateb, Ludivine Sagnier, Tchéky Karyo and Johan Heldenbergh.

Gaumont is launching sales on high concept comedy Coming In[pictured] about a gay man who wakes up in bed with a sexy blonde Swede on the eve of his wedding to his long-term partner.

Starring Pio Marmai and Franck Gastambide, the Paris-set picture is the second film for directorial duo Noémie Saglio and Maxime Govare after comedy Les Voies Impenetrables about a group of nuns trying to save their convent from bankruptcy.

Deputy head of sales Yohann Comte describes the picture as a Working Title-style comedy with a twist revolving around the idea that you do not chose who you are or whom you fall in love with.

Shot in Paris last autumn it will be ready for delivery in the second half of 2014.

Gaumont will also unveil Fred Grivois’ thriller Through The Air (La Résistance de L’Air »

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‘Me, Myself and Mum,’ ‘Blue Is the Warmest Color’ Top Noms For France’s Cesar Awards

31 January 2014 2:23 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris –Abdellatif Kechiche’s “Blue Is the Warmest Color” won the Cannes Palme d’Or. But the Wild Bunch-sold title has some serious competition at France’s Cesar Awards – the country’s equivalents of the Oscars.

Announced Friday by France’s Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences at the Fouquet restaurant on the Champs Elysees Friday, “Blue” scored in eight categories, two behind Gaumont’s “Me, Myself and Mum,” the directorial debut of Comedie Française-trained actor Guillaume Gallienne, which, having won two prizes at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight, broke out to a more than two million tix sales at the French box office, making it one of France’s only considerable hits of last year.

Also in the running for select trophies are Catherine Deneuve (“On My Way”), Mathieu Amalric (Jimmy P.”) and Lea Seydoux – for “Blue.”

“Blue” and “Me, Myself and Mum” are two gems discovered at Cannes: »

- John Hopewell and Elsa Keslassy

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Casting: Pine, Franco, Roberts, Schoenarts

29 January 2014 3:20 PM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

The Line

Chris Pine is set to star in David Gordon Green's new thriller "The Line" with on board to direct.

Pine would play a border patrol agent who recently lost his family. He soon goes on the run with a boy whose family was recently killed by a cartel, with both sides of the law in pursuit. [Source: Variety]

Sausage Party

Seth Rogen, James Franco, Kristen Wiig, Edward Norton, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, David Krumholtz and Nick Kroll will lead the voice cast of the raunchy R-rated animated comedy "Sausage Party" at Sony Pictures and Annapurna Pictures.

Rogen and Evan Goldberg wrote the script with Kyle Hunter and Ariel Shaffir. The story follows a sausage who falls out of his shopping cart and teams up with some new friends to embark on a perilous journey through the supermarket and return to their aisles before the Fourth of July sale. [Source: The Wrap]

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- Garth Franklin

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Kristen Stewart Joins Still Alice; David Oyelowo Joins A Most Violent Year; Ron Perlman and Chris Colfer Lend Voices to Robodog; and More

28 January 2014 1:56 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Here's today's latest casting news: David Oyelowo (Jack Reacher) will join A Most Violent Year, director J.C. Chandor's new film which recently replaced Javier Bardem with Oscar Isaac starring opposite Jessica Chastain. Matthias Schoenaerts (Rust and Bone) will lead Galveston, an adaptation of the 2010 novel from Nic Pizzolatto to be directed by Janus Metz. Kristen Stewart (The Twilight Saga) has joined Still Alice along with Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) and Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns).  Based on the Lisa Genova novel of the same name, Still Alice stars Julianne Moore and is directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland. Chris Colfer (Glee) and Ron Perlman (Pacific Rim) will lend their voices to Robodog, Marza Animation Planet Inc.’s first original 3D CG animated film which will be directed by the Oscar-nominated Henry F. Anderson III (Stuart Little). Hit the jump for more on each project. First up from THR is news »

- Dave Trumbore

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Matthias Schoenaerts boards Galveston

28 January 2014 1:14 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Embankment to handle sales on thriller from August: Osage County producer.

Armadillo director Janus Metz is set to direct Matthias Schoenaerts in Jean Doumanian Productions’ adaptation of Nic Pizzolatto’s novel Galveston

Rust and Bone star Schoenaerts is on board to lead cast in the thriller in which a man is diagnosed with a terminal illness the same day he discovers his boss wants to kill him.

The shoot is planned to start this spring. The female lead has yet to be cast.

The film will be produced by Jean Doumanian and Patrick Daly. London’s Embankment Films handles International sales.

Pizzolatto, who also wrote the film’s script, recently created, wrote and serves as executive producer on new HBO series True Detective, starring Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey, which premiered Sunday night.

Galveston, Pizzalotto’s first novel, was a finalist for the Barnes and Noble 2010 Discover Award and the Edgar Award for best first novel; it won »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Matthias Schoenaerts boards Doumanian’s Galveston

28 January 2014 1:14 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Embankment to handle sales on thriller from August: Osage County producer.

Armadillo director Janus Metz is set to direct Matthias Schoenaerts in Jean Doumanian Productions’ adaptation of Nic Pizzolatto’s novel Galveston

Rust and Bone star Schoenaerts is on board to lead cast in the thriller in which a man is diagnosed with a terminal illness the same day he discovers his boss wants to kill him.

The shoot is planned to start this spring. The female lead has yet to be cast.

The film will be produced by Jean Doumanian and Patrick Daly. London’s Embankment Films handles International sales.

Pizzolatto, who also wrote the film’s script, recently created, wrote and serves as executive producer on new HBO series True Detective, starring Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey, which premiered Sunday night.

Galveston, Pizzalotto’s first novel, was a finalist for the Barnes and Noble 2010 Discover Award and the Edgar Award for best first novel; it won »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Matthias Schoenaerts Stars In ‘Galveston’, Adaptation Of ‘True Detective’ Creator Nic Pizzolatto’s Debut Novel

28 January 2014 12:33 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: August: Osage County producer Jean Doumanian has set up an adaptation of the Nic Pizzolatto novel Galveston. Janus Metz is set to direct and the star will be Matthias Schoenaerts, who has followed his breakthrough role in Bullhead starring in Rust And Bone and the Thomas Vinterberg-directed Far From The Madding Crowd. They are casting the female lead right now for a spring start. Pizzolatto wrote the script. Pizzolatto is creator, writer, showrunner and exec producer on the critically lauded new HBO series True Detective with Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey. Galveston was his first novel. Roy “Big Country” Cady is diagnosed with a terminal illness the same day he discovers his loan-sharking bar-owning boss wants to kill him. He gets the better end of an ambush by the boss’s gun-toting cronies, but he takes two sisters he finds hiding in the apartment with him and makes a run for Galveston. »

- MIKE FLEMING JR

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Matthias Schoenaerts Stars In ‘Galveston’, Adaptation Of ‘True Detective’ Creator Nic Pizzolatto’s Debut Novel

28 January 2014 12:33 PM, PST | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: August: Osage County producer Jean Doumanian has set up an adaptation of the Nic Pizzolatto novel Galveston. Janus Metz is set to direct and the star will be Matthias Schoenaerts, who has followed his breakthrough role in Bullhead starring in Rust And Bone and the Thomas Vinterberg-directed Far From The Madding Crowd. They are casting the female lead right now for a spring start. Pizzolatto wrote the script. Pizzolatto is creator, writer, showrunner and exec producer on the critically lauded new HBO series True Detective with Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey. Galveston was his first novel. Roy “Big Country” Cady is diagnosed with a terminal illness the same day he discovers his loan-sharking bar-owning boss wants to kill him. He gets the better end of an ambush by the boss’s gun-toting cronies, but he takes two sisters he finds hiding in the apartment with him and makes a run for Galveston. »

- MIKE FLEMING JR

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French Exports Flounder in Weak 2013

20 January 2014 5:15 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris – Comparisons are odious. But even judged by average receipts abroad over the last 10 years, French films punched a lame year outside France in 2013, bereft of blockbusters and plagued by long-term structural problems shared by much of Europe’s movie production.

Starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones, Luc Besson’s retired goodfella action-comedy “Malavita” (pictured) exec produced by Martin Scorsese, scored €47.4 million ($64.5 million) outside France.

Michael Haneke’s “Amour” was the second highest-grossing French movie of 2013, grossing $31.8 million outside France, an exceptional result for an exceptional arthouse movie.

Box office from a Cannes Palme d’Or winner and the first movie to come out of a Relativity-EuropaCorp three-pic co-production pact were not enough to save France’s overall 2013 figures.

Total Gallic pic tix sold abroad slumped to 50 million admissions, worth €280 million ($380.8 million) in box office gross, 65% below 2012’s banner best-ever-on-record of 144.1 million tix sales, but »

- John Hopewell and Elsa Keslassy

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French cinema in crisis

7 January 2014 2:49 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

On the eve of this week’s Rendez-Vous with French Cinema in Paris, Melanie Goodfellow examines why the French film industry looks set for a challenging 2014.

Barely two years ago, the French cinema industry was riding high: record audiences, record exports and seven Oscars for The Artist. French film was not only cool, it was also very, very successful.

But as the industry’s main players gather for the Rendez-vous with French Cinema in Paris (Jan 10-20), the mood will be gloomy: 2013 was tough at home and abroad, 2014 threatens to be even tougher.

Some wonder how Europe’s most powerful film industry will emerge from the perfect storm of recession at home, the disruptive force of technology and threats to what was once viewed as the one of the most successful film financing systems in the world.

“The mood across the industry is very tense and nervous at the moment, whatever the sector »

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Predictions for the 86th Academy Awards' Best Actress Category: Streep to Perform One More Record-Breaking Feat?

6 January 2014 1:39 AM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Oscar Predictions 2014: Best Actress (photo: Meryl Streep in ‘August: Osage County’) (See also: "Oscar Predictions 2014: Best Actor.") Compared to the vibrant Best Actor field, the 2014 Academy Awards’ Best Actress category looks somewhat anemic. Not in terms of quality, but in terms of quantity. Whereas ten actors could be called strong competitors for the Oscar 2014 shortlist, only five actresses can be considered truly strong candidates for this year’s Best Actress shortlist. Besides these five, there are three unlikely runners-up and a handful of long shots — and we mean "long" as in "light-years-away long." Note: Exact SAG Award and Academy Award matches are actually less common than you might think for the reasons mentioned in our previous Oscar 2014 predictions post (see link in the paragraph above). For instance, last year Marion Cotillard and Helen Mirren were both shortlisted for the Best Actress SAG Awards for, respectively, Jacques Audiard’s »

- Steve Montgomery

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