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New Joker Set Pics Reveal First Look At Deadpool 2’s Zazie Beetz

New Joker Set Pics Reveal First Look At Deadpool 2’s Zazie Beetz
With shooting now underway in New York City, the Joker origin film – starring Joaquin Phoenix as the titular jester – is really starting to take shape.

The past week or so has been a busy one for fans of the Clown Prince of Crime, with more content pouring out onto the web than we can handle. From set pics to videos of Phoenix looking maniacal and even that clip of the actor in full Joker makeup which damn near broke the internet, there’s been a lot to take in. The goodies just keep on coming, too, with our first look at Deadpool 2 and "Atlanta" star Zazie Beetz arriving today via Just Jared.
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‘Kingsman 3’ Set For Nov. 2019 Return With Matthew Vaughn On Board

‘Kingsman 3’ Set For Nov. 2019 Return With Matthew Vaughn On Board
Manners maketh man. And writer/director Matthew Vaughn and co-writer Jane Goldman are going to make the third Kingsman film.

The third ‘Kingsman’ film – now simply called Kingsman 3 – is set for theaters on November 8, 2019 in what’s being called the capper to the previous two-part series.

Reports on just who will be involved are mixed. Some stories indicate no actors are on board, but others claim Taron Egerton will reprise his role as Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin. Fans are hoping Colin Firth, Channing Tatum, Halle Berry and Jeff Bridges from the prior film will also appear.

The British Goldman has hinted that there will be third installment in the past, but this is the first confirmation. There are also rumors of a prequel in the works to the beloved action film, although its second chapter, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, killed off much of the secret organization.

The films are based
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New 'Overlord' Images and Synopsis Reveal More of Bad Robot’s WWII-Set Horror

New 'Overlord' Images and Synopsis Reveal More of Bad Robot’s WWII-Set Horror
We're still a few months out from the bonkers-looking WWII-set horror flick Overlord — which is definitely not a Cloverfield movie, or so we're told — but Paramount and Bad Robot released a whole bunch of new photos and a synopsis that shed a little more light on this dark thriller.

These batch of images gel with the over-the-top insanity promised by that first AC/DC-set trailer, with a troupe of American paratroopers crash-landing in a Nazi-occupied France that is 100% more horrifically mutated than they could have imagined. The J.J. Abrams
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'Kingsman 3' Confirmed for 2019; Matthew Vaughn Will Write and Direct

'Kingsman 3' Confirmed for 2019; Matthew Vaughn Will Write and Direct
20th Century Fox has officially confirmed that a third Kingsman film is on its way — currently slated for a November 8, 2019 release date — with Matthew Vaughn back on board to both write and direct.

The film would follow up 2017's Kingsman: The Golden Circle, an odd duck of a spy-satire/action-thriller that was met with a lukewarm critical reaction but took in just about about as much as Kingsman: The Secret Service at the box office.
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Box Office: 'House With a Clock in Its Walls' Edges to $24 Million Debut, 'Fahrenheit 11/9' Stumbles

Box Office: 'House With a Clock in Its Walls' Edges to $24 Million Debut, 'Fahrenheit 11/9' Stumbles
The House With a Clock in Its Walls is on its way to a No. 1 debut at the box office with an estimated $24 million from 3,592 North American locations.

House stars Cate Blanchett and Jack Black as an eccentric witch and warlock who live next door to each other and who play host to 10-year-old Lewis (Owen Vaccaro), who goes to live with his Uncle Jonathan (Black) in Michigan after his parents die. The Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment film took in an estimated $7.8 million on Friday.

The second weekend of A Simple Favor and the third frame of The Nun should compete for second place, with an estimated $10 million and $9 million, respectively.
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Tessa Thompson Heads to ‘Avengers 4’ Set in Atlanta With Chris Hemsworth

Tessa Thompson Heads to ‘Avengers 4’ Set in Atlanta With Chris Hemsworth
Perhaps the most notable superhero absence in “Avengers: Infinity War,” after actual Avengers members Ant-Man and Hawkeye, was that of Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), who was one of the leads in “Thor: Ragnarok.” “Ragnarok,” notably, ended right before “Infinity War” began, so it was kind of a big deal that she wasn’t even mentioned.

Valkyrie isn’t dead, of course — that much was confirmed by the Russo brothers and “Infinity War” screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely on the “Infinity War” audio commentary. Since Thanos only killed half of the Asgardians in his ambush, that must mean that either she’s with the half who survived or she left before Thanos’ ship ambushed them.

Whatever the explanation, there is now reason to believe that Valkyrie is going to show up in “Avengers 4.” While her appearance in the film has not been confirmed officially and likely won’t be for a while,
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A Look at Ecam Incubator Documentary Project ‘The Garcias’

San Sebastian — Part of The Screen’s Incubator – a new initiative from Madrid-based film school Ecam intended to promote the production of feature films and develop emerging talent – Paco Nicolás’ “The Garcias” received a €10,000 grant to be used in the production of the family reunion-themed documentary.

In Spain series like “The Middle” and “The Goldbergs” dominate the daytime airwaves, with “The Simpsons” occupying an arguably larger part of modern Spanish culture than it does in the States – for decades “Los Simpson” has been on every day, year round during Spain’s famous siesta hour.

That penchant for family entertainment representing a bygone era is something that Nicolás will look to tap into with his found-footage documentary “Los Garcia.” That and the ever-present meme of recreated family photos mixed with last year’s Goya and Karlovy Vary winner for best documentary, the similarly-Spanish “Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle.
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San Sebastian: Rei Cine, Snowglobe Team for Pablo Fendrick’s ‘Hermano Peligro’(Exclusive)

San Sebastian — Denmark’s Snowglobe is teaming with Argentina’s Rei Cine to produce writer-director Pablo Fendrik’s “Hermano Peligro” (Brother Danger).

Currently at first-draft screenplay, the title weighs is as one of the big potential crossover project propositions at this year’s San Sebastian Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum, which tales place Sunday Sept. 23.

The co-production also links two of the most prestigious and internationally energetic upscale film companies currently working in the Spanish-speaking world.

Headed by Benjamin Domenech, Santiago Gallelli, and Matías Roveda, Buenos Aires-based Rei Cine, “Hermano Peligro’s” lead producer, has over the last year produced Lucrecia Martel’s “Zama” and Natalia Garagiola’s “Hunting Season,” both 2017 Venice hits, then Sundance-selected “The Queen of Fear,” from Valeria Bertuccelli and Fabiana Tiscornia, and Gonzalo Tobal’s 2018 Venice competition player “The Accused.”

A Copenhagen-located co-producer of some of the highest-profile and boldest Latin American movies in the last two years – Carlos Reygadas’ “Our Time,
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San Sebastian: Lastor Media, Avalon, Snowglobe Steer ‘Libertad’ (Exclusive)

San Sebastian — A prestige combination of Barcelona-based Lastor Media, Madrid’s producer-distributor Avalon (“Summer 1993”) and Snowglobe is teaming to develop “Libertad,” from writer-director Clara Roquet. The film also has development backing from the Catalonia Film Institute Icec, and from Movistar+ and Spanish public broadcaster Tve.

Project will be pitched at the 7th Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum running Sept 23-26 at the San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival.

A coming-of-ager set on Catalonia’s gorgeous Costa Brava, the feature turns on the Vidal family which is spending a summer with their Alzheimer-affected grandmother Ángela. Overprotected and shy, 14 year-old Nora goes through a difficult time after her parents’ separation, but what looked like another tedious, sad summer for Nora, turns into a dangerous coming of age experience with the arrival of Libertad, the wild 15-year daughter of Ángela’s Colombian caretaker.

A story about class differences, the meaning of freedom and who grants it,
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Inside Content Takes Emma Suárez Starrer ‘Josefina’ (Exclusive)

San Sebastian — Geraldine Gonard’s Inside Content has swooped on “Josefina,” acquiring world sales rights outside Spain and Germany to the Spanish movie project, which has already attached laureled Spanish actress Emma Suárez, star of Pedro Almodovar’s “Julieta,” to play the female lead.

One of the five film titles to be put through development at the Ecam Madrid Film School’s pioneering Incubator development program, “Josefina” is co-produced by Madrid’s White Leaf Producciones and Berlin’s One Two Films, whose recent films include Jennifer Fox’s “The Tale” and Isabel Coixet’s “The Bookshop.”

Producer Sergy Moreno is now beginning to reach out to potential actors comparable in stature to Suárez to play the male lead.

Described by Inside Content’s Geraldine Gonard as a romantic drama with lighter touches and a deft but penetrating criticize of contemporary societal ills, “Josefina” will be directed by Spanish short filmmaker Javier Marco.
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‘Overlord’ Review: Bad Robot Delivers a Thrilling Nazi Monster Mash | Fantastic Fest

Overlord is not a Cloverfield movie. Let’s just get that out of the way. The latest Bad Robot film steers clear of their big name monster franchise in favor of another kind of monster: Nazis. And not just any old Nazis (though there are plenty of those) — mad scientist Nazis, who use captured soldiers and helpless local villagers as test subjects in their horrible experiments, creating super-strong, super-grotesque mutants in hopes of building thousand-year soldiers to last their thousand-year empire. Classic Nazi stuff. The film sets the stage with a banger of an aerial action …
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Ecam Incubator Participant Daniel Castro On Catfish Comedy ‘Old Man In Love’

Madrid — As far as film genres go, comedies often have the greatest difficulties in traveling abroad and translating in a meaningful way to foreign audiences. But, by the very nature of its narrative, Daniel Castro’s “Old Man in Love,” and upcoming project and part of the Ecam Incubator for Spanish films in development, will to buck that trend.

An intercontinental “love story,” “Old Man in Love” follows a too-trusting professor in his 70s across the globe as he looks to track down the four-decades-younger girl of his dreams.

Carlos, who teaches at the University of Navarre – one of Spain’s most prestigious and conservative Catholic universities – has all but given up on finding love as his online endeavors to court someone less than half his age have so far proved fruitless.

Just as his hope runs out, the genial geriatric is contacted by a young swimsuit model in Argentina named Claudia,
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San Sebastian: Exploring Teen Angst in Brazil’s ‘Butterfly Diaries’

San Sebastian: Exploring Teen Angst in Brazil’s ‘Butterfly Diaries’
Participating in San Sebastian’s Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum, Paula Kim’s debut feature “Butterfly Diaries” is pitched along the lines of controversial series “13 Reasons Why” and Marti Noxon’s anorexia drama “To the Bone,” both on Netflix.

“The film addresses a very important issue that afflicts many young girls, made by a director who is also a young woman,” said co-producer Sara Silveira, of Dezenove Som e Imagens, Brazil.

In “Butterfly Diaries,” a Brazilian exchange program student in London struggles not only with the onset of puberty but with a mental disorder.

“As an artist, I believe that sometimes, a person has to go through a very painful trial just to have a glimpse of what he or she truly holds within himself or herself,” said Kim, adding: “It is a film about existential crisis.”

Drama, penned by Kim, will be shot in Portuguese with some English in the U.
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San Sebastian: Meritxell Colell Readies ‘Duo’ (Exclusive)

San Sebastian — Chile’s Manufactura de Películas is teaming with Spain’s Polar Star Films, Argentina’s Pensilvania and France’s Paraiso for Meritxell Colell’s sophomore feature “Duo,” a lyrical, dancing road-movie set in Latin America.

Project will be presented at the Co-production Forum of the San Sebastian International Film Festival, which begins today Sunday.

After 24 years sharing the stage and an emotional link, in “Duo” Mónica (49) and Colate (61), a pair of dancers try to find the meaning or a new direction for their relationship during the artistic tour that they always hoped to take. The van trip through the deserted landscapes bordering Argentina, Chile and Bolivia will test their relationship, while the couple offer contemporary dancing shows at rural schools, forgotten theaters and remote village squares.

“In the Andean culture, everything is explained from the duality –there is no man without woman, there is no moon without sun,
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‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’ Premiere: The Host Who Was Tough, Shy, and Taught the World to Be a Good Guest

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‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’ Premiere: The Host Who Was Tough, Shy, and Taught the World to Be a Good Guest
The September 22 world premiere of “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” at this year’s Tribeca TV fest wasn’t a memorial. While the series won the Emmy for Outstanding Informational Series or Special just a few weeks ago, it did so under the burden of Bourdain’s recent suicide. However, the Season 12 opener, “Kenya,” was a joyful episode that focused on Bourdain and “United Shades of America” host W. Kamau Bell.

In the episode, the pair explored the country’s capital of Nairobi as well as the savannah and more rural communities, with memorable sequences in which Bell’s dining options included cow’s blood beverage and a goat’s eyeball.

At the Q&A following the premiere, director Morgan Fallon told Bell that his rookie status was an advantage: “What’s nice from, a scumbag producer point of view, is that we knew that you were going to eat anything
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Comcast beats Fox in auction for $40bn Sky

Fox “considering its options” in merger endgame.

Comcast has beaten Disney-backed 21st Century Fox in the auction for Sky plc with a £17.28 ($22.57) a share offer that values the pan-European broadcaster at around £30.6bn ($40bn).

Disney/Fox’s final offer in the unusual three-round auction process held in London on Saturday (22) was £15.67 ($20.47) a share.

The Sky board unanimously recommended that Sky shareholders accept the Comcast offer and urged them to “accept immediately.” Fox, which owns 39% of Sky, said it was “considering its options” regarding the stake and “will make a further announcement in due course.”

The auction result is another
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H. Jon Benjamin Tweets ‘Me So Horny’ Joke, Quickly Apologizes

H. Jon Benjamin Tweets ‘Me So Horny’ Joke, Quickly Apologizes
H. Jon Benjamin, famous for his voice work on shows like “Archer” and “Bob’s Burgers,” is used to making people laugh. So it probably came as a surprise when his latest attempt at a Twitter joke fell flat: “Quick idea for the name of a tea shop- ‘ooh me so horny, me love you oolong time tea shop.’” The tweet has thus far received more than 100 responses, most of them negative — a Twitter phenomenon often referred to as The Ratio.

Originating as a line in Stanley Kubrick’s “Full Metal Jacket,” “me so horny” has been used as an Asian stereotype in the decades since the film’s release. Following the reactions to his tweet, Benjamin apologized within hours: “Sorry I offended many. I agree this ‘joke’ was lazy and incompetent and formulated quickly while making a cup of oolong tea,” he wrote.

“The fact that it was a
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‘You Might Be the Killer’ Review: Viral Tweets Make for Fun Meta Horror | Fantastic Fest

Here’s the thing about being a camp counselor, you might just end up in the path of spree killer. As Alyson Hannigan quips in the meta horror You Might Be The Killer, “That happens.” Such is the set up for the clever horror comedy, which stars Fran Kranz (Cabin in the Woods) as Sam, the nice-as-pie head counselor at a remote summer camp where fun in the sun turns into a bloody nightmare when a murderer starts killing off all the counselors in gruesome fashion. But here's the twist; Sam...might be the killer. When we …
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Channing Tatum Says He’s Ready To Get Back to Work After Quiet Year

Channing Tatum Says He’s Ready To Get Back to Work After Quiet Year
2018 has been a relatively low-key year for Channing Tatum, but he says he’s ready to get back to work.

At the Saturday premiere of animated feature Smallfoot, his only film of the year, Tatum said he took the opportunity to slow down a bit this year.

“I have a kid, man,” Tatum explained. “That is the biggest job that I have.”

The Magic Mike star, who voices Smallfoot’s main character Migo, continued that he might be reaching the end of his unofficial hiatus.

“I’m sort of ready to go back to work,” he said. “I don’t know what I’m ready to go do yet, as far as, is it acting, is it directing, is it producing, writing…Maybe I’ll come and start interviewing people, I don’t know,” he joked. “I have no clue what I’m going to do, but I’m having fun though.
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Poland’s Gdynia Film Festival Signs Gender Pledge

The Gdynia Film Festival, Poland’s leading event for local movies, has signed the gender-parity pledge, following in the footsteps of Cannes, Locarno, Venice and Toronto.

The pledge was signed Friday by Gdynia’s general director, Leszek Kopec, and writer/director Wojciech Marczewski, who is head of the festival’s programming board. The pledge commits the festival to the following objectives: to set out a schedule for the implementation of changes aimed at achieving parity in all decision-making bodies of the festival; to maintain the festival’s transparency policy; to collect statistics on the gender of the directors of all the films submitted for selection; and to present at the festival’s next edition the results of actions taken by the management to achieve gender parity.

The pledge signing took place as the Polish branch of Women in Film, which represents more than 3,000 women working in the local industry, held
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