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A Tango and Cash Sequel? Seems Kind of Late

Joey Paur of GeekTyrant makes it pretty clear that Sylvester Stallone is fully on board with the idea of making another Tango and Cash movie, but it sounds as though Kurt Russell still isn’t convinced. In truth, neither am I. Like a lot of people I can claim to have loved Tango and Cash, it was one of the best buddy movies of the 80s and it was seriously amusing as well as action-packed. But bringing it back seems like it might be kind of a bad idea to be honest since as Kurt Russell has already said, the two

A Tango and Cash Sequel? Seems Kind of Late
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Sylvester Stallone Is Out of Control: Wants a Rambo Prequel

So is Sylvester Stallone terminally ill and not telling anyone? That might seem like a poor attempt at humor but it might explain why he’s going so nuts trying to remake and reboot some of his old movies at this point since not only has Rambo been going off but he’s adamant about starting up a series based on his movie Cobra, he wants to do another Tango and Cash, and now, according to Joey Paur of GeekTyrant, he wants to do a prequel to Rambo. For those that might be a bit salty about the ‘terminal illness’ crack let

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ power rankings (week 1): At least one celeb was Way better than the judges gave them credit for

‘Dancing with the Stars’ power rankings (week 1): At least one celeb was Way better than the judges gave them credit for
After a year-long hiatus “Dancing with the Stars” is back with 12 new celebrities gracing the dance floor to win the next Mirror Ball Trophy. In typical “DWTS” fashion, this season already had its fair share of drama, from Sean Spicer’s controversial casting, to Christie Brinkley’s unexpected injury and withdrawal, to her daughter Sailor Brinkley-Cook filling in for her at the 11th hour. And in a “DWTS” first we learned the stars’ professional partners right before the couples took the stage to perform their first routine of the season — though those pairings had already leaked out ahead of time anyway.

Along with a new intro and set, we also saw the judges change their tune in terms of scoring. For the first time in several seasons, not one couple scored higher than a 7, and the 3 paddles made a couple of rare appearances.

“Dawson’s Creek” actor James Van Der Beek
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Joshua Giuliano Set To Direct Masked Killer Pic ‘River’ For Tango Entertainment

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Exclusive: Tango Entertainment has acquired and will produce Joshua Giuliano’s spec script River, a project which the AFI graduate will direct.

River is a contained horror-thriller following three siblings who, after being stranded in a boat on a country river, are stalked by a masked killer. Giuliano wrote and directed the short film In Sound We Live Forever which played on the festival circuit earlier this year and recently received a special mention from Fantasia International Film Festival. The short served as a director’s sample for River and was circulated around town. Giuliano wrote the spec while working as a Postmates delivery driver in Hollywood. He is repped by Good Fear Content, Paradigm and attorney Marios Rush.

Nick Antosca and Alex Hedlund are producing through their Eat the Cat banner. Antosca most recently co-created and showran the Emmy-nominated limited series The Act for Hulu, and is currently posting Antlers,
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Chad Hartigan Baits Jack O’Connell, Raul Castillo and Soko for ‘Little Fish’

Last week we reported that Chad Hartigan selected Blacklist screenplay Little Fish with Olivia Cooke attached, this week, THR reports that Jack O’Connell, Raul Castillo and Soko have joined the project due to begin lensing later this month. The producer’s patch includes Brian Kavanaugh-Jones and Rian Cahill of Automatik, Tim Headington and Lia Buman of Tango, Chris Ferguson of Oddfellows Entertainment, and Mattson Tomlin. Teddy Schwarzman, Ben Stillman, and Michael Heimler of Black Bear Pictures will executive produce, along with Fred Berger of Automatik, Tango’s Max Silva. Little Fish also becomes Olivia Cooke’s first producing gig — she will also exec producing.…
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Olivia Cooke, Jack O'Connell to Star in High-Concept Sci-Fi Love Story 'Little Fish' (Exclusive)

Olivia Cooke, Jack O'Connell to Star in High-Concept Sci-Fi Love Story 'Little Fish' (Exclusive)
Olivia Cooke and Jack O’Connell are set to star in Little Fish, a high-concept, sci-fi love story that will be directed by Chad Hartigan, the filmmaker behind the award-winning Sundance movies Morris From America and This Is Martin Bonner.

Tango Entertainment and Black Bear are financing the feature project, which comes with a bevy of producers: Brian Kavanaugh-Jones and Rian Cahill of Automatik; Tim Headington and Lia Buman of Tango; Chris Ferguson of Oddfellows Entertainment; and Mattson Tomlin.

Little Fish focuses on a young married couple who fight to keep their love alive in the face of a mysterious pandemic that erases people’...
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How Bernardo Bertolucci’s X-Rated ‘Last Tango in Paris’ Became a Blockbuster

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How Bernardo Bertolucci’s X-Rated ‘Last Tango in Paris’ Became a Blockbuster
Bernardo Bertolucci leaves a cinematic legacy of great films, including “The Conformist” and “The Last Emperor,” which won nine Oscars including Best Picture and Director. However, his biggest hit would be inconceivable today. “Last Tango in Paris,” the X-rated drama starring Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider, made more in its 1973 domestic release than the year’s James Bond entry, “Live and Let Die.” It was the year’s number 7 film, with an adjusted gross of $186 million — just a little below what Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” has amassed so far.

The mid-’70s were a high point for sophisticated, critic-influenced foreign films. Veteran directors like Bergman and Fellini remained significant players, while Francois Truffaut, Alain Resnais, and Claude Chabrol regularly found success. However, “Last Tango” was a sensation; even today, among foreign films it’s outstripped only by “La Dolce Vita” ($245 million) and “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” ($207 million
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Bernardo Bertolucci, Oscar-Winning Director of ‘The Last Emperor,’ Dies at 77

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Bernardo Bertolucci, Oscar-Winning Director of ‘The Last Emperor,’ Dies at 77
Bernardo Bertolucci, whose epic “The Last Emperor” won nine Oscars and who influenced generations of filmmakers with other groundbreaking works such as “The Conformist” and “Last Tango in Paris,” in which he explored politics and sexuality through personal storytelling and audacious camera work, has died. He was 77.

His publicist, Flavia Schiavi, said Bertolucci died at his home in Rome at 7 a.m. Monday. He had been suffering from cancer.

Italy’s greatest auteur of his generation, Bertolucci managed to work both in Europe and Hollywood, though his relationship with the studios had its ups and downs. But even when he operated within the studio system, Bertolucci always managed to make films that were considered projections of his inner world.

The Last Emperor,” an adaptation of the autobiography of China’s last imperial ruler, Pu Yi, swept the 1987 Oscars, winning every category in which it had been nominated, including best picture and best director.
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First-Look Image Released of Caitlin Moran’s ‘How to Build a Girl’ (Exclusive)

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First-Look Image Released of Caitlin Moran’s ‘How to Build a Girl’ (Exclusive)
Variety has been given the exclusive first-look image for coming-of-age comedy “How to Build a Girl,” which Protagonist Pictures is selling at Afm.

The movie is directed by Coky Giedroyc, and stars “Lady Bird’s” Beanie Feldstein, Alfie Allen, best known for “Game of Thrones,” Paddy Considine and Sarah Solemani. Adapted by Caitlin Moran from her semi-autobiographical novel, it is set in 1993 and centers on a “fat, bright, funny” working-class 16-year-old girl trying to break free from her provincial town in England, and reinvent herself as a “swashbuckling top-hat-wearing rock critic” in London.

Other cast in the film include Laurie Kynaston, Joanna Scanlan, Arinzé Kene, Frank Dillane, Tadhg Murphy and Ziggy Heath. Emma Thompson and Chris O’Dowd have cameo roles.

Produced by Alison Owen and Debra Hayward at Monumental Pictures, the pic was co-developed by Film4, which is co-financing with Tango. Lionsgate will distribute in the U.K.

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ week 4 rankings from worst to best: Milo and Mary Lou shined, but Grocery Store Joe … just no

‘Dancing with the Stars’ week 4 rankings from worst to best: Milo and Mary Lou shined, but Grocery Store Joe … just no
This week on “Dancing with the Stars” each couple performed a trio routine with a “DWTS” alum or a special celebrity guest. A new Mirror Ball front-runner may have emerged, as Disney star Milo Manheim along with her pro partner Witney Carson and trio partner Riker Lynch brought down the house with an electrifying salsa. The routine was just one point shy of a perfect score.

But as one star rose another was shockingly snuffed out: R&B star Tinashe and her partner Brandon Armstrong were unfairly booted despite topping the leaderboard in the first two weeks of the competition. With her out of the running, which of the remaining celebs will rise to the occasion and pose a serious threat to win the season?

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See my rankings below ranked from worst to best: which trios sizzled, and which ones fizzled?
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DeMarcus Ware’s ex-wife, family, and divorce: Everything you need to know

DeMarcus Ware may have won the Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos back in 2016, but during last night’s episode of Dancing With The Stars, Ware opened up about the family struggles he had previously gone through. The theme of the night was Most Memorable Year, and Ware decided to focus on the year where everything came together. He chose to focus on 2016 when he won the Super Bowl, but Ware noted that it meant so much more to have his children and his family there with him. He and Lindsay Arnold danced the Tango to Lux Aeterna by […]

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Italy’s Centro Sperimentale Ramping up Film Restorations (Exclusive)

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Italy’s Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia is ramping up production of restored Italian cinema gems with several high-profile titles set to screen at upcoming festivals including the Taviani Brothers’ “Good Morning Babilonia” which plays Thursday on Locarno’s Piazza Grande, presented by Paolo Taviani.

The fablelike “Babilonia,” which is about two immigrant stonemasons who work on the sets for D. W. Griffith’s ”Intolerance,” has been praised by Locarno artistic director Carlo Chatrian as “not just a homage to the great Italian tradition of art and craft workshops, but also an insightful interpretation of what cinema is about.”

The film’s restoration was supervised by its original cinematographer Beppe Lanci, as Csc chief Felice Laudadio points out.

Laudadio has been instrumental to the current push for more restorations being done by the Csc’s film archives. “The plan from now up to next May is for 12 films, which has never been done before,
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Fan actress Waluscha De Sousa joins Time To Dance along with Sooraj Pancholi and Isabelle Kaif

Waluscha De Sousa will now be a part of the Remo D’Souza production Time To Dance which stars Sooraj Pancholi and Katrina Kaif’s sister Isabelle Kaif in the lead. Details of her role are being kept under wraps. Despite the fact that it is yet to be revealed about the kind of style Waluscha will be using in the film, we hear that she has been learning a variety of dance forms ranging from Salsa, Tango to Waltz, Cha Cha and Rumba for the film. In fact, she recently confessed to the media that dance has been a part of her daily workout regime.

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Strictly Come Dancing week 10 – as it happened

All seven remaining couples took part in the Pasodoblathon this week – who mastered their Spanish line, and which duo did we wave adiós to?

8.01pm GMT

And that’s it for another Strictly Week! Thank you for joining in, I’ll be back next week for the Quarter Finals/Musicals Week, so please come along and bring your jazz hands and sparkliest dancing shoes. In the meantime you can find me on Twitter/Instagram @heidistephens, so feel free to come and say hello. Have a fabulous week! Hx

8.00pm GMT

Susan and Kevin dance their final dance to “Let’s Dance The Last Dance” by Donna Summer, and throw in a bit of Morecambe and Wise. They will be missed.

7.58pm GMT

Susan and Kevin say lovely things about each other, and it’s all got a bit dusty in here. They’ve had an amazing run, and it’s
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Numb Trailer Has Hayden Christensen Preparing for the Apocalypse

Numb Trailer Has Hayden Christensen Preparing for the Apocalypse
The Cannes Film Festival is currently in full swing in the south of France, and one of the movies being sold to worldwide buyers at the fest is Numb, At the Edge of the End. Vmi Worldwide has debuted the first trailer for this indie thriller, as it seeks international buyers at Cannes. The film doesn't have a release date in place yet, and it doesn't seem that the film has a domestic distributor quite yet, but that may change at the festival.

The story follows Kurt Matheson (Hayden Christensen) a war veteran with Ptsd (post traumatic stress disorder) who perceives that the end of the world is coming. After establishing a relationship with a dubious Messiah (Harvey Keitel), he leaves his normal life and begins the construction of a shelter underground, training himself in an extreme way, at the cost of losing everything. He soon makes people believe he is insane.
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Strictly Come Dancing: week 10 – as it happened

Who came out on top in the Cha Cha Challenge? And did we get Satisfaction from Ed and Katya’s tango to the Rolling Stones? Join us to find out

7.59pm GMT

So that’s it for another Strictly Week – only three more to go, which makes me feel a bit sad, but also mildly elated at the prospect of Christmas/getting my weekends back.

Thank you all for joining in and sharing your thoughts and musings, you are very much the icing on my sponge, and it would all be a bit dry and tasteless without you. As if by magic, you can read my review of Ed’s best bits here, otherwise I’ll see you next week! Hx

7.57pm GMT

Ed says lovely things about everyone, including being entirely charming about Katya, who has been the star of this year’s show as far as I’m concerned.
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Busan: Wide House sells 'Hitler's Hollywood' doc to Sweden

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Busan: Wide House sells 'Hitler's Hollywood' doc to Sweden
Exclusive: Company also inks deals for I Am Not Your Negro and Renzo Piano.

Notable for being an exclusively European done deal at Busan’s Asian Film Market, French sales company Wide House has sold documentary Hitler’s Hollywood to Sweden (Njuta).

The company has also announced deals on Renzo Piano, An Architect For Santander and Toronto title I Am Not Your Negro.

Hitler’s Hollywood delves into the Third Reich’s heavily-censored German dream factory - complete with celebrity star system and the period’s latest marketing tools - producing Nazi hits such as Munchhausen at the request of Joseph Goebbels.

The film was previously pre-sold to the Us (Kino Lorber) and the UK (Eureka), and is aiming at January/February festivals.

Directed by Rudiger Suchsland, Hitler’s Hollywood is the follow-up to the filmmaker’s debut documentary on German cinema, From Caligari To Hitler [pictured], which premiered in the Venice Classics sidebar in 2014.

“Hitler’s Hollywood
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Joshua Reviews German Kral’s Our Last Tango [Theatrical Review]

While the phrase “it takes two to tango” screams out as something even less meaningful than a cliche, for a dance style that needs as much precision and timing as it does rhythm and dexterity, finding that perfect partner is a one in a million dream. However, if you do ever find that right partner, as seen in the new documentary Our Last Tango, much can be forgiven or forgotten.

Director German Kral introduces us to two of the greatest tango dancers, Maria Nieves Rego and Juan Carlos Copes, as they discuss their partnership both on and off the dance floor. However, and anyone with any knowledge of director Wim Wenders’ recent work will recognize his influence (he’s a producer on the picture), as we don’t spend all of our time watching these two dancers cut a rug (we’re really stocking up cliches today). Much like Wenders’ Pina,
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Tiff Exclusive: Love, Jealousy, And Hate Collide In Trailer For 'Our Last Tango,' Executive Produced By Wim Wenders

Dance crazes may come and go, but the tango has endured for over a hundred years. The unique and passionate dance has traveled a long way from its beginnings in Argentina to become globally recognized, and coming to the Toronto International Film Festival is "Our Last Tango," which chronicles the journey of the tango through two of its most famous practitioners. Today we have the exclusive trailer for the film. Read More: The Essentials: The 10 Best Wim Wenders Films  Directed by German Kral, a protegé of Wim Wenders (who puts his executive producer stamp on the picture), the documentary concerns the world famous Juan Carlos Copes and María Nieves Rego, whose Broadway show "Tango Argentina" kicked off a sensation. But fireworks went off both onstage and behind-the-scenes, as the duo navigated a rocky marriage. "I would have done it all the same way, only without Juan," Regos says now. And Kral gets both on camera.
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Tiff 2015 adds to their Documentary and Vanguard lineup

The Toronto International Film Festival’s prominence on the festival circuit has only grown over the years, with films from numerous different fields having gone on to critical and commercial acclaim. Among the festival’s different categories are Tiff Docs and Vanguard. Tiff Docs allows documentaries to get their own spotlight at the festival, giving acclaimed documentarians such as Michael Moore and Frederick Wiseman a platform for their films. The Vanguard section, on the other hand, showcases films that aren’t easily categorisable into a specific genre. With the Canadian Films lineup announcement having revealed the first set of films playing in each group, Tiff today revealed more of the lineup in each section. The list of newly announced films, with their official synopses, is as follows.

Tiff Docs

Amazing Grace, directed by Sydney Pollack, making its International Premiere

Sydney Pollack’s film of Aretha Franklin’s ‘Amazing Grace.’ Filmed
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