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Film Review: ‘Far From the Tree’

Let’s say you’re pregnant. It’s quite possibly the happiest and most anxiety-inducing time of your life. And then the doctor delivers the news: Your baby will be born with Down syndrome, deafness, or dwarfism. How do you react? Or maybe you’ve been a proud parent for years, and somewhere along the way, when your child reaches age 2 or 12 or 20, you learn that he has autism, identifies as transgender, or has been arrested for murder.

For centuries of human existence, such surprises have been greeted with horror by some parents, who have been known to surrender, institutionalize, or even disown their children on account of these culturally shameful differences — often the very things that make them special. Wrestling with what he perceived as a lack of love from his mother and father in reaction to his own homosexuality, Columbia University psychology professor Andrew Solomon wrote “Far From the Tree,
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David Lynch Earns Surprise Fourth Emmy Nomination for ‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ — Exclusive

The Television Academy just gave David Lynch some good news: The “Twin Peaks” auteur has landed another Emmy nomination.

The organization just approved more names to the “Twin Peaks” nomination for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing: Lynch; Jonathan P. Shaw, Ace; Brian Berdan, Ace; Justin Krohn; and Jason Wa Tucker, Ace. Those names are in addition to Duwayne Dunham, who was previously the only name included in the nomination.

That means Lynch now has a total of four Emmy nominations this year. His other nods include Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special; Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special (with Mark Frost); and as part of the team nominated for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited Series, Movie or Special (for “Part 8”).

The four nominations are great, but pundits are still surprised and disappointed that the critically acclaimed Showtime revival didn’t earn more nominations,
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They write the songs: Darren Criss, Aidy Bryant and Kenan Thompson were Emmy nominees for music before acting

They write the songs: Darren Criss, Aidy Bryant and Kenan Thompson were Emmy nominees for music before acting
Darren Criss (“The Assassination of Gianni Versace”), Aidy Bryant (“Saturday Night Live”) and Kenan Thompson (“SNL”) earned their first Emmy nominations for acting this year, but these aren’t their first nominations overall. All three of them recently contended for songwriting. And they’re far from the only ones who have crossed the threshold between music and other fields at the Emmys. Far from it.

Criss rose to fame as an actor on “Glee” before earning his first acting nomination, Best Movie/Mini Actor for playing killer Andrew Cunanan in the limited series “The Assassination of Gianni Versace.” But “Glee” is what brought him his very first Emmy recognition. He earned a nom for Best Music and Lyrics in 2015 for writing the song “This Time” from the series finale episode “Dreams Come True.” But he lost that prize to Kyle Dunnigan and Jim Roach, who wrote “Girl You Don’t
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Emmys: Ted Danson, Sandra Oh, Laurie Metcalf Among Familiar TV Faces Nominated

Emmys: Ted Danson, Sandra Oh, Laurie Metcalf Among Familiar TV Faces Nominated
With first-round voting performer ballots topping out at more than a dozen pages each, name recognition is important in the increasingly crowded space that is the Emmys, but it alone isn’t enough. Instead what grabbed voters’ attention this year was a combination of star power and consistent body of work on the small screen.

Going into Emmy nomination morning, it seemed pretty unfathomable that an A-lister like Al Pacino wouldn’t get recognized for his turn as the late college football coach Joe Paterno in HBO’s original movie “Paterno,” but that’s exactly what happened. The movie itself
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Fantasia 2018: ‘Cam’ Review: Dir. Daniel Goldhaber

Cam review: Beware the perils of internet identities in this rather nifty cyber-thriller.

Cam review by Kat Hughes.

Cam Review

Alice makes her living as her online alter-ego Lola. Working as what is known as a cam girl, she spends her evenings in front of her webcam trying to entertain the members of her chatroom. If they like what they see, she’s rewarded both financially and in the cam girl rankings. Alice dreams of breaking the magic ‘Top 50’ and spends hours planning how to achieve her goal. After finally making the top ranks she suddenly finds herself locked out of her account. Even stranger, the woman posing as her could be her identical twin and somehow seems to be streaming from inside Alice’s own apartment. Alice then begins a frantic investigation to take back her life again.

Cam explores some of the darker aspects of the virtual word,
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2018 Emmy slugfest: Is Best Limited Series ‘Versace’s’ to lose, and where the heck is ‘Twin Peaks’? [Watch]

2018 Emmy slugfest: Is Best Limited Series ‘Versace’s’ to lose, and where the heck is ‘Twin Peaks’? [Watch]
When the Emmy nominations were announced on July 12, Charles Bright was devastated by the omission of one name from the Best Movie/Mini Actor race: Kyle MacLachlan for “Twin Peaks: The Return.” “You would think if he could get in, he can ride that Emmy I.O.U. from having lost to some stupid revival of ‘Columbo’ back in 1990,” he says. MacLachlan’s snub was one of many for the acclaimed Showtime revival, which also missed out in Best Limited Series and in all other acting categories despite snagging nine overall bids, including nominations for director David Lynch and co-writers Lynch and Mark Frost.

Bright recently joined Gold Derby contributors Riley Chow, Tom O’Brien, Amanda Spears and I in a slugfest about the Emmy nominations in the limited series and TV movie races. Watch our exclusive video above.

SEEour post-nominations slugfest on the drama races.

“The Assassination of Gianni Versace,
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Timothee Chalamet in talks to join Denis Villeneuve’s Dune

Hot property, Timothee Chalamet isn’t short of a few roles, especially since his breakthrough performance in Call Me By Your Name. The actor has now entered into talks to join Denis Villeneuve’s two-film adaptation of Dune.

If a deal can be struck, Chalamet would take on the lead as Paul Atreides. The story follows Paul whose noble family accepts control of the desert planet Arrakis. As the only planet capable of producing the highly valuable resource known as the spice melange which allows for space travel, control of Arrakis is highly contested amongst the noble families.

When the Atreides are betrayed, the story explores themes of politics, religion, and man’s relationship to nature as a betrayed Paul leads a rebellion to restore his family’s control of Arrakis

Also in the news – Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone and Jesse Eisenberg all return for Zombieland sequel

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Timothée Chalamet in talks for Denis Villeneuve’s Dune

One of the undoubted supernova’s of 2017, Academy Award nominee Timothée Chalamet has just made the prospect of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune that much more tantalising by entering negotiations to join the ambitious adaptation of Frank Herbert’s opus.

Deadline are reporting that Chalamet will take the lead role of Paul Atreides, who was played by Kyle MacLachlan in David Lynch’s much maligned 1984 adaptation.

Dune is a science-fiction epic set far into the future, in a world in which feuding planetary societies fight for control over the most valuable substance in the universe; a spice called melange. The story follows Atreides, whose family are tasked with guarding the only planet upon which the spice can be found. However, it’s almost impossible to condense the story into a single line synopsis, as there’s so much in the source novels that Denis Villeneuve has announced the project will be more that one film.
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Timothée Chalamet In Final Talks To Lead The New ‘Dune’ Movie

Deadline is reporting that none other than Call Me By Your Name break-out star Timothée Chalamet is in final negotiations to lead the cast of Denis Villeneuve’s planned Dune redo. The film is in active development over at Legendary with Blade Runner 2049 and Sicario helmer Villeneuve directing, and Chalamet playing the lead role of Paul Atreides.

The movie will be based on Frank Herbert’s novel, the rights to which Legendary grabbed back in 2016.

Dune tells the epic story of the planet Arrakis, its Atreides rulers and their mortal enemies the Harkonnens. The book is regarded as one of the finest, most widely acclaimed and enduring science fiction novel of this century.

Here’s the official synopsis of the source material, which was first published in 1965.

Set in the far future amidst a sprawling feudal interstellar empire where planetary dynasties are controlled by noble houses that owe an
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‘Babylon Berlin’ wins top prize at Shanghai TV Festival

‘Babylon Berlin’ wins top prize at Shanghai TV Festival
Another win for Babylon Berlin: The biggest Asian TV festival in Shanghai has honored the Roaring Twenties-Drama as Best Foreign Series with the renowned Magnolia Award. The 16-hour show has beaten highly prestigious Us series such as David Lynch’s Twin Peaks and David Shore’s medical drama The Good Doctor. The Shanghai TV Festival jury states: “Babylon Berlin wins for its high production values, brilliant script, engaging characters, and thrilling story. It showed us a time in European history that still feels culturally and politically relevant.”

After sweeping five German Television Awards earlier this year, among them Best Drama Series, the Magnolia Award it is the next great success for the series by X Filme Creative Pool, Ard Degeto, Sky Germany and Beta Film. Praised as “the most bingeable new drama since The Crown…” (Vogue) and “fabulous and stunning” (The Guardian) by international press Babylon Berlin garnered fabulous ratings
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Dune Remake Wants Timothee Chalamet in the Lead

Dune Remake Wants Timothee Chalamet in the Lead
Oscar-nominee Timothee Chalamet is in talks to play the lead in the upcoming Dune remake. Director Denis Villeneuve has been at the top of many studio's lists for a big project in the wake of successes like Arrival and Sicario. Even though he was eyed to take on James Bond 25 prior to Danny Boyle coming on board, Villeneuve instead opted to tackle a new adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune. Now, it looks like we know who is going to be the hero at the center of the story.

It's being reported that Timoth&#233e Chalamet, who was nominated for an Academy Award for his work in last year's Call Me by Your Name and also starred in Greta Gerwig's Lady Bird, is being eyed for Dune. If his deal closes, Chalamet will play Paul Atreides, a young nobleman from the novel, previously played by Kyle MacLachlan in David Lynch's movie adaptation.
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'Call Me By Your Name' Star in Talks to Play Lead in 'Dune' Reboot

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Legendary Pictures may have found their Paul Atreides in one of Hollywood's rising stars! More within...

Fresh off his stellar, Oscar-worthy performance in Call Me By Your Name, Timothee Chalamet looks to have eyes for a more prominent film franchise, according to a report by THR. The up-and-coming actor is currently in talks with Legendary Pictures to play the lead in Denis Villenueve's Dune reboot. If push comes to shove, Chalamet will take on the role of Paul Atreides, a role once held by Kyle MacLachlan 34 years ago, in David Lynch's absymal adaptation.

If you haven't read Frank Herbert's novel, below is a pretty good rundown of the first installment...

The novel, Dune, initially published in the 1960s, tackles political, religious and environmental themes through a sci-fi lens, telling the complex story of a fallen noble family’s attempt to control a desert planet named Arrakis and its export,
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Timothée Chalamet Joins Denis Villenueve’s ‘Dune’ Cast

Timothée Chalamet Joins Denis Villenueve’s ‘Dune’ Cast
Timothée Chalamet is in talks to join Denis Villenueve‘s Dune, an adaptation of the epic Frank Herbert sci-fi novel. The Call Me By Your Name star will play Paul Atreides, a character played by Kyle MacLachlan in David Lynch’s weirdo adaptation of the same novel. Deadline has the scoop on Chalamet’s potential casting. The actor has made a name for himself […]

The post Timothée Chalamet Joins Denis Villenueve’s ‘Dune’ Cast appeared first on /Film.
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Timothée Chalamet in Talks to Star in Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ Remake

Timothée Chalamet in Talks to Star in Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ Remake
Hollywood’s new go-to leading man Timothée Chalamet is in talks to star in Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming remake of “Dune,” which Legendary is targeting for production early next year, TheWrap has learned.

Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi novel was adapted in 1984 by David Lynch in a notoriously high-profile box office bomb that starred Kyle MacLachlan. Legendary acquired the film rights to “Dune” and its five sequels two years ago.

Like MacLachlan, Chalamet will play Paul Atreides, the son of a noble family who takes over the desert planet Arrakis — which is the only source of coveted spice melange.

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Villeneuve, whose credits include “Arrival” and last year’s “Blade Runner 2049,” is producing the new film along with Mary Parent and Cale Boyter.

Chalamet, who is repped by UTA, has become a hot
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Timothée Chalamet to Lead Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’

For the first year since 2013, a new Denis Villeneuve film will not hit theaters, but the French Canadian filmmaker has a good excuse. After revisiting one celebrated sci-fi property with Blade Runner 2049, he’s prepping another massive-budget project in the genre with a two-part adaptation of Dune and he’s now found his star, an it’s perhaps an unexpected choice.

Coming off of his Oscar-nominated role in Call Me by Your Name, Timothée Chalamet is set to become a franchise leading man in Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic, Deadline reports. The actor will take the role of Paul Atreides, who Kyle MacLachlan portrayed in David Lynch’s original Frank Herbert adaptation. Eric Roth has scripted this new version, which will be a two-part film, but both parts will be shot separately.

“Eric Roth wrote the first draft and I worked on my part afterwards,” the director recently told La Presse.
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Timothee Chalamet in Talks for Leading Role in Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’

Timothee Chalamet in Talks for Leading Role in Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’
Frank Herbert’s Dune has nothing if not a fascinating history in regards to film adaptations, with many aborted attempts beginning in the ’70s paving the way for David Lynch’s Kyle MacLachlan-starring film in 1984. And then there’s of course Alejandro Jodorowsky’s doomed adaptation from the ’70s, which has become the stuff of legend. We learned back in 2016 […]
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‘Dune’: Timothée Chalamet Eyeing the Lead Role in Denis Villeneuve’s Two-Part Film Adaptation

‘Dune’: Timothée Chalamet Eyeing the Lead Role in Denis Villeneuve’s Two-Part Film Adaptation
Timothée Chalamet is entering final negotiations to star in the lead role of Denis Villeneuve’s two-part “Dune,” adapted from the iconic novel by Frank Herbert (via Deadline). Villeneuve is directing the project for Legendary and the science-fiction epic will be his next project after “Blade Runner 2049,” which was released last fall to critical acclaim.

Chalamet is set to star as nobleman Paul Atreides, played by Kyle MacLachlan in David Lynch’s infamous 1984 adaptation. The story centers around rival families battling for control of the eponymous desert planet. Chalamet is coming off an Oscar nomination for “Call Me By Your Name,” which made him the youngest best actor nominee in the history of the Academy Awards. The 22-year-old is starring in Amazon’s “Beautiful Boy” this fall and is also eyeing a role in Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women” adaptation.

Villeneuve has cited “Dune” as his passion project on numerous occasions.
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Animal Collective Announce New Audiovisual Album ‘Tangerine Reef’

Animal Collective have teamed with art-science duo Coral Morphologic on a new audiovisual album dubbed Tangerine Reef.

The indie rock band – this time featuring members Avey Tare, Deakin and Geologist but not Panda Bear – will release the Tangerine Reef album on August 17th, the same day that the feature-length film of the same name premieres on the band’s My Animal Home site.

Tangerine Reef is the result of a nearly decade-long collaboration between Animal Collective and Coral Morphologic, who create CGI-free “visual tone poems consisting of time-lapse and slow
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Review: "Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes" 25Th Anniversary Edition From Mvd

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By Todd Garbarini

Movie-going audience members under the age of forty will not recall motion picture theatrical exhibition in the 1970s. It was a most interesting time when drive-ins and even first-run movie theaters would pair up an older feature film, generally one that was one to two years-old, with the main feature on a double-bill. A handful of theaters in my area used to engage in midnight showings of older films, too. One theater exclusively ran The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) for years while another alternated between Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Ralph Bakshi’s Wizards (1971), Led Zeppelin’s The Song Remains the Same (1976), David Lynch's art-house favorite Eraserhead (1977) and Alan Parker's Pink Floyd The Wall (1982). Other showcases included uncensored bloopers featuring Carol Burnett, the Three Stooges, and Abbott and Costello.

In October 1978, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes was unleashed upon the moviegoing public (filming
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The image maker by Anne-Katrin Titze

Tori Amos on ‪Kevyn Aucoin‬, the famous makeup artist of the '80s and '90s: "Some of us were addicted to him making us beautiful and he was addicted to making us beautiful."

Tiffany Bartok's Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story, with remembrances from Paulina Porizkova, Kate Moss, Brooke Shields, Cher, Isabella Rossellini, Naomi Campbell, Tori Amos, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, Isaac Mizrahi, Carol Alt, Cindy Crawford, Veronica Webb, and Linda Wells had its UK première at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.

In our conversation at Lincoln Center the director discussed with me Kevyn Aucoin's need to share and that his favourite film was David Lynch's The Elephant Man. Isabella Rossellini's incarnation into becoming Maria Callas, comparing Kristin Scott Thomas's look in Nicolas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives to Charlize Theron's in Patty Jenkins' Monster, an Aucoin bullying interview with Dan Hunt,
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