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Zerozerozero (2020) TV Mini-series Teaser Trailer: Gabriel Byrne Runs a Drug-smuggling Ring [Amazon Prime]

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ZeroZeroZero Trailer Stefano Sollima, Janus Metz, Pablo Trapero‘s ZeroZeroZero (2020) TV Mini-series teaser trailer has been released by Sky, Canal+, and Amazon Studios and stars Andrea Riseborough, Dane DeHaan, Gabriel Byrne, Harold Torres, and Diego Cataño. Plot Synopsis ZeroZeroZero‘s plot synopsis: “The series follows the journey of a cocaine shipment, from the moment a powerful cartel of [...]

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‘ZeroZeroZero’: Sky, Amazon & Canal+ Unveil First Trailer For Cocaine Drama From ‘Gomorrah’ Team – Venice

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‘ZeroZeroZero’: Sky, Amazon & Canal+ Unveil First Trailer For Cocaine Drama From ‘Gomorrah’ Team – Venice
Look through cocaine and you’ll see the world… according to the first trailer for drug drama ZeroZeroZero from the team behind Gomorrah.

Sky, Canal+ and Amazon Prime have unveiled the trailer for the eight-part series, which will have its world premiere as a Special Event Out of Competition at the 76th Venice Film Festival on September 5.

The series, produced by Cattleya and Bartlebyfilm, is based on the book by Gomorrah scribe Roberto Saviano. Andrea Riseborough, Dane DeHaan and Gabryel Byrne star in the series, directed by Stefano Sollima, that looks at international cocaine trafficking and its economic and political effects.

The drama will chart family dynamics, Mexican cartels, the ‘Ndrangheta (the Calabrian mafia) and corrupt businessmen. The stellar line up of directors also includes Pablo Trapero (The Clan) and Janus Metz (True Detective). After concluding the first weeks of shooting in New Orleans, principal photography moves on to Mexico
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Tom Holland Says Green Goblin is a Difficult Character To Bring To Life in a Live-Action Spider-man Film

Over the years we’ve seen three different live-action versions of Green Goblin. Sam Raimi featured two versions in his Spider-Man trilogy, the first was played by Willem Defoe, the other by James Franco. Then there was the Dane DeHaan version of the the character in The Amazing Spider-Man, which was the worst. Out of those three, Defoe’s version of the character was the best.

Fans have been wondering if we might ever see another attempt at Green Goblin in a future Spider-Man movie. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse showed us a wicked cool animated version of the villain, and when talking about that, Tom Holland says that he thinks this character is “so hard” to bring to life in a live action film.

During a panel at Keystone Comic Con in Pennsylvania, the actor said:

“There are characters in the comics who are so hard to bring to life.
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Venice Festival Turns on the TV With Top Italian Series

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Venice Festival Turns on the TV With Top Italian Series
It’s a pretty safe bet that the Italian entries at Venice that will make the biggest splashes this year are both TV series premiering in the official selection: Paolo Sorrentino’s limited series “The New Pope” and Stefano Sollima’s cocaine-trafficking drama “ZeroZeroZero.”

While these are both shows by directors who also work in film, Venice artistic director Alberto Barbera has no qualms in pointing out that in the film sphere the domestic pickings were slim this year.

Venice selectors received 186 Italian films, which amounts to roughly 10% of the total submissions. “And more than half were unwatchable microbudget first works,” Barbera says. “You wonder: why produce this stuff?”

However, the TV series, both commissioned by Sky Italia and screening out of competition, are on a different level. “They were both a big gamble,” Barbera says. And they cost a lot, “but you really see the results.”

Barbera says everyone
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Spider-Man Star Tom Holland Thinks Green Goblin Is Hard To Pull Off In Live Action

If you’re familiar with Spider-Man in comics and animation, then you’re well aware of how he boasts one of the most expansive rogues galleries in the entire superhero genre. After five solo films, it really seems like we’re only beginning to scratch the surface, but Sony does have a habit of retreading familiar territory.

Then again, it’s not entirely Sony’s fault in every respect because a character like Norman Osborn isn’t just a quintessential Spider-Man villain – he’s also an important supporting character, just as Magneto is to the X-Men or Lex Luthor to Superman. It’s just hard getting around him.

During a recent interview, Homecoming and Far From Home star Tom Holland spoke of how he loved the Into the Spider-verse animated film, but he also gave his feelings on the Green Goblin, saying:

“There are characters in the comics who are
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‘ZeroZeroZero’ Creator on Making an Old Story New and How Andrea Riseborough Got Hurt (Exclusive)

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‘ZeroZeroZero’ Creator on Making an Old Story New and How Andrea Riseborough Got Hurt (Exclusive)
Stefano Sollima, the Italian director known in Hollywood for “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” and TV show “Gomorrah,” is the main creative force behind cocaine-trafficking series “ZeroZeroZero,” which will world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on Sept. 5. Festival chief Alberto Barbera has praised it as blowing “Narcos” out of the water.

Sollima directed the opening two installments of the ambitious eight-episode show, which was shot on three continents and in six languages and stars Andrea Riseborough, Dane DeHaan and Gabriel Byrne. The series, created by Leonardo Fasoli, Mauricio Katz and Sollima, is produced by ITV-owned Cattleya for Sky Studios, Canal Plus and Amazon.

Sollima spoke to Variety about the challenge of telling a familiar story “from an angle that is totally original.”

How did “ZeroZeroZero” originate?

It all started with Roberto Saviano’s book [the same author of “Gomorrah”], which is completely different from the series that we ended up writing. The
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‘The Mountain’ Review: Mental Health Will Drive You Mad

‘The Mountain’ Review: Mental Health Will Drive You Mad
There’s something about Tye Sheridan. Adopted early on by indie and/or iconoclastic filmmakers like Terrence Malick (The Tree of Life), Jeff Nichols (Mud) and David Gordon Green (Joe), he played fresh-faced innocents on the cusp of receiving wisdom or being irrevocably warped. Spielberg gave him a shot at leading-man heroics with Ready Player One; the X-Men movies gave him a chance at steady franchise superheroics by casting him as Baby Cyclops. His specialty seemed to be passivity. He didn’t look like your typical assembly-line CW hunk, though
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Venice Expected To Host World Premieres Of Crime Series Epic ‘ZeroZeroZero’ & Paolo Sorrentino Drama ‘The New Pope’ With Jude Law

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Venice Expected To Host World Premieres Of Crime Series Epic ‘ZeroZeroZero’ & Paolo Sorrentino Drama ‘The New Pope’ With Jude Law
Exclusive: The Venice Film Festival will reveal its lineup later this week and two anticipated TV series are expected to make their debut on the Lido: cocaine-trafficking crime-drama ZeroZeroZero and Paolo Sorrentino’s Jude Law-starrer The New Pope.

We hear the festival is set to screen the first two episodes of anticipated Euro-u.S. co-pro ZeroZeroZero starring Andrea Riseborough, Dane DeHaan and Gabryel Byrne.

There was some uncertainty over whether the show would bow this early given that it is unlikely to air until early next year (production was held up after an injury to Riseborough), but U.S. rights holder Amazon has given the green light for a Venice debut.

The Italian-origin show is likely to be among the festival’s biggest draws. The Cattleya epic for Sky, Canal+ and Amazon is adapted from Gomorrah scribe Roberto Saviano‘s book about international cocaine trafficking and its economic and political effects.
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Emma Stone Is Spider-Gwen in Spider-Verse Live-Action Fan Made Poster

Emma Stone Is Spider-Gwen in Spider-Verse Live-Action Fan Made Poster
With this past week's release of Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watt's much-anticipated follow-up Spider-Man: Far From Home starring Tom Holland as Peter Parker, we have been slammed with Spider-Man related news over and over. But what about Gwen Stacy Aka Spider-Woman? Better yet, what about The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 star Emma Stone returning as Gwen Stacy in a Spider-Woman movie? Awesome, right? Well, today we have a killer bit of fan art depicting just that.

Actually, if you want to get technical about the whole thing, this fan poster seems to be another one for a Spider-Man: Spiderverse movie, not a standalone Gwen Stacy movie, but still. Don't know what Spider-Man: Spiderverse is? Well, it's been all the rage on these here internets the past few weeks. It's not a real movie (yet) so that you know, but it centers on all of us fans hoping
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Green Goblin & Doctor Octopus Might Not Make It Into Spider-Man 3

Could we see the Green Goblin and/or Doctor Octopus brought into the Marvel Cinematic Universe someday, perhaps in the McU's Spider-Man 3? While there is no definitive answer right now, Spider-Man: Far From Home director Jon Watts and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige have both weighed in on the topic. At this point in time, they both seem to think it's best to focus on new villains, as opposed to ones that we've seen before, unless the story being told really calls for something from the past.

Doc Ock, as portrayed by Alfred Molina, was last seen in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2. As for Green Goblin, he was the main villain in the first live-action Spider-Man and also had a presence, in a different way, via James Franco's Harry Osborn, in Spider-Man 3. He was also brought to life by Dane DeHaan in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
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Max Landis Should Have Been Thrown Out of Hollywood Years Ago — Analysis

In April 2016, MGM won an auction for a Max Landis-penned underwater horror script, “Deeper,” with Bradley Cooper and “White God” director Kornel Mundruczo attached. When the timing didn’t work for the talent, MGM pressed forward on the project, hiring Baltasar Kormakur (“Everest”) last fall; in February, Idris Elba was reportedly in talks to star. Today, Landis is the subject of a searing expose by Amy Zimmerman in The Daily Beast — and, according to sources who requested anonymity, “Deeper” has fallen apart.

Of course, movies come together or don’t all the time, for reasons large and small. However, this may be the first indication that Landis’ counterintuitive, decade-long career path — one that included making critically reviled films while enjoying a long-term reputation as an unabashed emotional and sexual abuser of women — is no longer one that will scale.

Landis first garnered attention as the screenwriter of Josh Trank’s 2012 everyman-superhero film “Chronicle.
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Josh Trank Banned Max Landis From ‘Chronicle’ Set and Hasn’t Spoken to Him Since 2012

Josh Trank Banned Max Landis From ‘Chronicle’ Set and Hasn’t Spoken to Him Since 2012
Josh Trank reacted to the latest sexual and emotional abuse allegations made against Max Landis by revealing on social media that he banned Landis from the set of their 2012 superhero movie “Chronicle.” Trank and Landis came up with the “Chronicle” story together, with Landis getting sole screenplay credit and Trank directing the project. The film, released by 20th Century Fox, was a platform at the time for rising actors Dane DeHaan and Michael B. Jordan.

“I 100% believe every word of this article about Max,” Trank wrote on Twitter. “I banned him from visiting principal photography of ‘Chronicle,’ and I haven’t spoken to him since 2012. To read about the terror he’s inflicted on so many women since then makes me sick to my stomach. Heartbroken beyond measure.”

Landis, son of comedy director John Landis, was accused of sexual and emotional abuse by eight women in a lengthy exposé published June 18 by The Daily Beast.
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‘The Kid’ Director Vincent D’Onofrio on His Old School Western and Long, Wild Career [Interview]

‘The Kid’ Director Vincent D’Onofrio on His Old School Western and Long, Wild Career [Interview]
Vincent D’Onfrio‘s The Kid is a refreshingly old-fashioned western. It doesn’t shy away from archetypes or familiar iconography, but instead embraces the greatest hits of the genre. It’s a familiar yarn told well, and it stars Jake Schur, Ethan Hawke, Dane DeHaan, and Chris Pratt, who impresses as the big bad of the film without […]

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Exclusive ‘The Kid’ Clip Wants to Introduce You to the Real Billy the Kid

Exclusive ‘The Kid’ Clip Wants to Introduce You to the Real Billy the Kid
Director Vincent D’Onofrio provides a new take on the legend of Billy the Kid with The Kid. Featuring a cast that includes Ethan Hawke, Dane DeHaan, Jake Schur, Leila George, and Chris Pratt, The Kid arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on June 4. In anticipation of that impending home media release, we have an exclusive The Kid clip below. […]

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Win Vincent D’Onofrio’s ‘The Kid’ On DVD

To coincide with the release of the Vincent D’Onofrio’s The Kid we have two copies of the film on DVD to give away.

In this thrilling Western, a young boy, Rio (Jake Schur), is forced to go on the run across the American Southwest in a desperate attempt to save himself and his sister (Leila George) from his villainous uncle (Chris Pratt). Along the way he encounters infamous outlaw Billy the Kid (Dane DeHaan) who’s on the run from Sheriff Pat Garrett (Ethan Hawke). Finding himself increasingly entwined in the lives of these two legendary figures, Rio witnesses their cat-and-mouse game play out, during the final year of Billy the Kid’s life. Ultimately Rio is forced to decide exactly what type of man he wants to be, the outlaw or the man of valour, and will use this self-realisation in a final act to save his family.
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Cannes: Susan Sarandon to Play Grandmother of School Shooter in John Krokidas' 'Tunnels'

Cannes: Susan Sarandon to Play Grandmother of School Shooter in John Krokidas' 'Tunnels'
Susan Sarandon has signed on to star in Tunnels, a drama from Kill Your Darlings director John Krokidas, set in the wake of a school shooting.

The Thelma & Louise and Dead Man Walking actress will play Ruby Love, the grandmother of a school shooter who raised the killer. When, at her job in the local supermarket, she is paired to work with the teenage brother of one of her grandson's victims, an unlikely and inspiring friendship develops.

Following his 2013 feature debut, Kill Your Darlings — which starred Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan and Michael C. Hall — Krokidas has focused on television ...
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The Kid Brings the Ethan Hawke, Dane DeHaan, Chris Pratt Western to Blu-ray in June

The Kid Brings the Ethan Hawke, Dane DeHaan, Chris Pratt Western to Blu-ray in June
A fresh take on the infamous American Old West story of Billy the Kid and Sheriff Pat Garrett rides into your home when The Kid arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital), DVD, Digital, and On Demand June 4 from Lionsgate.

Featuring an all-star cast including Ethan Hawke, Dane DeHaan, introducing Jake Schur, Leila George, and Chris Pratt, the film follows a young boy who witnesses Billy the Kid's historic encounter with Sherriff Pat Garrett. Directed by Vincent D'Onofrio and produced by Jordan Schur, The Kid reunites D'Onofrio and Ethan Hawke for the first time since their performance in The Magnificent Seven.

In this thrilling Western, a young boy, Rio (Jake Schur), is forced to go on the run across the American Southwest in a desperate attempt to save his sister (Leila George) from his villainous uncle (Chris Pratt). Along the way, he encounters Sheriff Pat Garrett (Ethan Hawke), on the hunt for
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Home Release Details For ‘The Kid’ With Ethan Hawke & Chris Pratt

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Some home release details for the forthcoming The Kid, a western with a very good cast that includes the likes of Ethan Hawke and Chris Pratt, have been released by Lionsgate UK. Dane DeHaan, Jake Schur and Leila George are also amongst the cast of the movie, which is directed by revered actor Vincent D’Onofrio, who has starred most recently in Marvel’s Daredevil over on Netflix, and in classics such as Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket. The film comes to shelves in June.

Here’s the official synopsis:

In this thrilling Western, a young boy, Rio (Jake Schur), is forced to go on the run across the American Southwest in a desperate attempt to save himself and his sister (Leila George) from his villainous uncle (Chris Pratt).

Along the way he encounters infamous outlaw Billy the Kid (Dane DeHaan) who’s on the run from Sheriff
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Luc Besson delayed thriller 'Anna' gets Us release date

Luc Besson delayed thriller 'Anna' gets Us release date
Russian supermodel newcomer Sasha Luss plays assassin.

Lus Besson’s action thriller Anna has got a Us summer release date through Lionsgate/ Summit after the film was temporarily shelved last year when the director faced allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault.

Anna will open wide under the Summit Entertainment label on June 21 and stars Russian supermodel Sasha Luss as an assassin. Joining Luss on the cast are Helen Mirren, Luke Evans, and Cillian Murphy. Besson directed from his screenplay.

Lionsgate and Summit were on board before the allegations saw the light of day. Lionsgate and embattled EuropaCorp signed a
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‘Interrogation’: Vincent D’Onofrio To Recur In CBS All Access Series

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‘Interrogation’: Vincent D’Onofrio To Recur In CBS All Access Series
Exclusive: Former Law & Order: Criminal Intent star Vincent D’Onofrio is set to recur opposite Kyle Gallner in CBS All Access’ straight-to-series true-crime drama Interrogation.

Co-created by Swedish writer-producer Anders Weidemann and John Mankiewicz, Interrogation is a true-crime drama series in which the viewer becomes the detective. It’s based on a true story that spanned more than 30 years, in which a young man (Gallner) was charged and convicted of brutally murdering his mother. Each episode is structured around an interrogation. Since the episodes are made to be watched in any order, the audience will jump back and forth in time, witnessing this man’s story unfold in multiple timelines — played at all ages by Gallner. The conclusive season finale will be released at a later date.

D’Onofrio plays an Internal Affairs officer who ends up becoming Gallner’s character’s biggest ally, an experience that calls his faith
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