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Cannes: Manuel Cristóbal, Salvador Simó Talk about ‘Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles’

Cannes — One of Spain’s most prestigious Spanish animation producers, Manuel Cristóbal (“Wrinkles,” “Dragonkeeper”) presents on May 23 at Cannes’ Animation Day the awaited animated feature”Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles.”

Produced by Spain’s The Glow Animation Studio and Dutch outfit Submarine, the film turns on the days that surrealist Luis Buñuel spent in Spain’s isolated mountains of Las Hurdes, shooting what became a masterpiece, “Land Without Bread,” a documentary about daily life in one of the poorest parts of Europe.

Buñuel” is directed by first-timer Salvador Simó, who studied in Los Angeles at The American Animation Institute. Simó has worked in the layout department on Disney’s ” The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian ” and has directed Bangkok-based Monk Studio TV animation series “Paddle Pop Adventures.” Latido Films handles “Buñuel”‘s international sales.

What were the origins of “Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles”?

Manuel Cristóbal
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Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair Gets Captain America Director

Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair Gets Captain America Director
After announcing last year that the Chronicles of Narnia franchise will be "restarted" with the new movie The Silver Chair, the producers have finally found their director. Joe Johnston has signed on to direct this fantasy adventure, marking his first movie since the 2014 thriller Not Safe For Work. No cast members have been set at this time, but this story will feature characters from the original C.S. Lewis novels, who haven't been featured in any of the previous movies.

Variety broke the news today, which comes eight months after producer Mark Gordon joined forces with Sony's TriStar Pictures, eOne and The C.S. Lewis Company for this restart. David Magee came aboard to write the screenplay in 2013, although the studios haven't set a release date or a production start date at this time quite yet. Here's what producer Mark Gordon had to say about bringing Joe Johnston in to direct The Silver Chair.
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‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Hits $420 Million at Worldwide Box Office

‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Hits $420 Million at Worldwide Box Office
Disney-Lucasfilm’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” has remained the major force at the the holiday box office, hitting $420 million worldwide following Thursday screenings.

The eighth Star Wars movie grossed $16.7 million domestically at 4,157 locations on Thursday, giving it $221.9 million in its first week. It should become the ninth highest domestic grosser of 2016 on Friday, surpassing the $227 million taken in by “Doctor Strange.”

Rogue One” easily outdistanced Illumination-Universal’s animated comedy “Sing,” which came in with $9.6 million at 4,022 sites on its second day on Thursday to lift its two-day total to $20.6 million. That’s still a strong launch and portends a debut of at least $70 million during the six-day holiday period through Dec. 26.


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Rogue One” took in another $15 million internationally on Thursday to reach $197.9 million, led by the U.K. with $35.1 million, Germany with $18.1 million, France with $16.5 million,
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Andrew Garfield Says He Was Passed Over For ‘Prince Caspian’ Because He Was “Not Handsome Enough”

Andrew Garfield has hit many peaks (and valleys) in his career, from doing big, mega-blockbuster movies (“The Amazing Spider-Man“) to working with Martin Scorsese (“Silence“), but things didn’t always work out for the young actor. It seems at one point in his career, he was keen on playing the titular character in “The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian,” but he didn’t have the right stuff, or more accurately, the right face.

Continue reading Andrew Garfield Says He Was Passed Over For ‘Prince Caspian’ Because He Was “Not Handsome Enough” at The Playlist.
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Exclusive: Andrew Garfield Reveals the 'Silly' Role He Wasn't 'Handsome Enough' For, Talks Oscar Buzz

Exclusive: Andrew Garfield Reveals the 'Silly' Role He Wasn't 'Handsome Enough' For, Talks Oscar Buzz
Andrew Garfield is currently one of the most sought-after actors in Hollywood, but the 33-year-old star tells Et there’s “plenty” of roles he didn't land, including one that “really stung” just before his career took off.

“I really wanted to play...,” Garfield starts but then laughs before continuing, “This is so silly. There was a Narnia movie. The Prince Caspian film... "

Watch: Andrew Garfield Says He's 'Excited' To See the New 'Spider-Man' Movie: 'I Think It Looks Great'

He’s of course referring to 2008’s The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian – which came out just two years before The Social Network hit theaters and put Garfield on the map.

Ben Barnes ultimately got it,” Garfield adds. “Ben Barnes, I'll get ya! No, I really just wanted that part… I think the feedback was ‘he's not handsome enough.’ What can you do? Hey, I'm not handsome enough for Prince Caspian.”

“That was when
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‘Marvel’s The Punisher’ set pics: Jon Bernthal starts shooting

The next big Marvel TV series The Punisher has started filming. We’ve already seen Jon Bernthal as Franck Castle in the second season of Daredevil, but the iconic Marvel character will get his own show sometime in the near future.

Bernthal has been spotted with quite the beard on the streets of New York filming some early scenes from the Netflix-based project. While the photos aren’t too exciting – Bernthal can just be seen carrying a bag – they do give us an idea of how his character of Frank Castle will look in the upcoming 10-part series.

Gettin’ ready… #ThePunisher

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Awesomeness. #ThePunisher

— Marvelous Realm (@MarvelousRealm) October 4, 2016

We’re expecting this one to hit the streaming service in 2017 now that these images clearly show that shooting has well and truly kicked off.
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The Week in Spandex – Avengers: Infinity War and The Defenders, Ghost Rider first look, Stan Lee: The Movie, Wolverine 3 villain, Harley Quinn movie and Man of Steel 2 confirmed, John Lithgow as The Joker

In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at Doctor Strange, Avengers: Infinity War, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Captain America: Civil War, Iron Man 3, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Ghost Rider, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher, Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister 6, Stan Lee: The Movie, X-Men: Apocalypse, Wolverine 3, Justice League, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Man of Steel 2, Gotham, The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Guardians, The Toxic Avenger and more…

There’s just a little over five weeks to go before the release of the year’s sixth and final superhero movie, as Marvel Studios opens up the magical side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Doctor Strange, and this week has seen the release of a new international TV spot [watch it here] and a featurette entitled ‘Inside the Magic’, which features some snippets of new footage and comments from Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton,
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The Punisher Series Casts Ben Barnes, Possibly in the Role of Bobby Saint

Like anyone invested in the Marvel shows on Netflix, I am super excited for the upcoming Punisher series. Initially watching Daredevil Season 2, I found Frank Castle’s exit from the season rather lackluster. I was looking forward to Daredevil/Punisher fighting the bad guys and blowing everyone’s minds with their fighting prowess. Alas, I had to remind myself that it is a Daredevil series, not a Punisher show. But can you blame me? Jon Bernthal played the role of Frank Castle to perfection.

With the recent announcement of an upcoming Punisher series, hopefully all of my expectations will be fulfilled. The series is reportedly slated to hit Netflix in November of 2017 and casting has begun. It appears that the villain of the show has been cast.

TVLine got the exclusive on the casting. Here is what they had to say:

Netflix’s latest Marvel spinoff, The Punisher, has cast
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Ben Barnes joins The Punisher as a series regular

It looks like casting is underway on Netflix’s latest Marvel project, with TV Line reporting that Ben Barnes (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian) has signed on to appear alongside Jon Bernthal’s Frank Castle as a series regular in The Punisher.

Although character details are being kept under wraps, it is rumoured that Barnes will be playing the villain Bobby Saint, the son of mob boss Howard Saint. Both characters were created for the 2004 movie starring Thomas Jane, with James Carpinello playing Bobby and John Travolta as Howard.

It would surely be a huge surprise if Marvel used a character created for a movie over the many possible comic book villains at their disposal, so I’d suggest taking that rumour with a pinch of salt…
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Marvel's The Punisher: Ben Barnes Joins The Netflix Series In Villain Role

Marvel's Netflix series certainly have a lot going for them. While it'd be easy for the shows to be overly-dark, bland, and violent for the sake of violence, there is a real heart to each and every one of them. The characters in these shows aren't just characters. They're not just plot devices. They're not chess pieces on a board moved around in order to lead to the next big tentpole character. No, they've living, breathing entities. This is the case for Daredevil, and this is the case for Jessica Jones.

While Season 2 of Daredevil had a lot of strong points to it, one of the big standouts was Frank Castle, a.k.a. The Punisher.  This anti-hero had been tackled on three different occasions up until that point -- all of them unsuccessfully. While he was a favorite among fans, for one reason or another, no one could seem to get him right.
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Marvel And Netflix's The Punisher Casts Chronicles Of Narnia's Ben Barnes As Series Regular

TV Line has broken our first bit of casting news for Marvel and Netflix's planned Daredevil spin-off, which will continue the bloody exploits of The Punisher. According to them, Ben Barnes (Westworld, Dorian Gray, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian) has signed on to star opposite Jon Bernthal's Frank Castle. We don't know for certain who he'll be playing, but TV Line has heard it'll be Bobby Saint, who is not actually a Marvel Comics character and was introduced in 2004's The Punisher as the son of John Travolta's Howard Saint. This seems like an unusual move, as there are lots of great Punisher villains that could be utilized ahead of a minor thug created for a 12 year-old movie. Anyway, we'll see if this turns out to be the case. In the meantime, let us know what you think in the usual place.
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The Punisher: Ben Barnes Joins Netflix's Latest Marvel Spinoff as Series Regular

The Punisher: Ben Barnes Joins Netflix's Latest Marvel Spinoff as Series Regular
Frank Castle, meet thy enemy?

Netflix’s latest Marvel spinoff, The Punisher, has cast English actor Ben Barnes (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian) in a series-regular role opposite Jon Bernthal’s titular vigilante, TVLine has learned exclusively. Character info is sketchy, but one rumor making the rounds has Barnes — who will next be seen in HBO’s big-budget Westworld — portraying antagonist Bobby Saint, the corrupt crime prodigy played in the 2004 film by James Carpinello.

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A Netflix rep declined to comment.

Barnes’ stateside TV credits also include playing Sam Adams
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TriStar, eOne, Mark Gordon journey to 'Narnia'

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TriStar, eOne, Mark Gordon journey to 'Narnia'
Eleven years after Disney and Walden Media launched The Chronicles Of Narnia franchise in theatres, a new jigsaw of partners has come together to adapt the fourth book in C S Lewis’ fantasy classic.

Sony’s TriStar Pictures label has teamed up with The Mark Gordon Company, The C.S. Lewis Company and ambitious eOne on The Silver Chair, which TriStar, The Mark Gordon Company and eOne will finance.

The parties did not reveal the precise distribution strategy on Tuesday, however the elements raise the prospect of a desirable tentpole presenting itself to international buyers.

Sony and eOne will handle distribution. Screen understands TriStar will release the film in the Us, while eOne would appear likely to release the fantasy in Canada and could also handle in other markets where it distributes directly, namely the UK, Australia/New Zealand, Spain and Benelux.

Sierra/Affinity has a deal to sell territories outside these markets on films produced and acquired
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New Release Date for Underworld: Blood Wars

Kate Beckinsale's return as Selene in Underworld: Blood Wars will now take place in the winter rather than the fall.

According to Box Office Mojo, Underworld: Blood Wars will be released by Screen Gems on January 6th, 2017. The film was previously slated to come out on October 14th, 2016.

A Lakeshore Entertainment film, Underworld: Blood Wars stars Beckinsale back in her role as the highly skilled vampire Selene, with Theo James once again playing David and Charles Dance returning as the vampire elder Thomas. Bradley James (Damien, iZombie) also plays a key role in the fifth Underworld film, which is directed by Anna Foerster from a screenplay by Cory Goodman (The Last Witch Hunter, Priest):

"Theo James (The Divergent Series) returns as Selene’s ally David, reprising the role he played in Underworld: Awakening. British actors Tobias Menzies (“Outlander”, “Rome”) and Lara Pulver (“Sherlock”) take on the respective roles
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The Punisher: new images

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With three weeks left to wait until Marvel's The Punisher arrives on Netflix, a few new preview pictures have been released...

Fans of Jon Bernthal's The Punisher don't have long to wait for his solo series to arrive on Netflix. The streaming service have confirmed that all episodes will be released on Friday the 17th of November, so with three weeks to go they've unleashed a few new images for us, including this one:

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The beard! We weren't ready for it. It's got us feeling some kinda way...let's embrace it.

We've added the rest of the new pics to our gallery above. Just click on the main image up there and that'll get you started.

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Underworld Blood Wars Announced as Title for Fifth Film in the Franchise

For quite some time, this upcoming October has been an anticipated month for Underworld fans looking forward to seeing Kate Beckinsale return as Selene in the fifth film of the franchise. Now those fans know what to mark down on their calendars, as the new movie has officially been titled Underworld Blood Wars.

Announced on the franchise’s official Facebook page, Underworld Blood Wars is slated for an October 14th release from Lakeshore Entertainment and Screen Gems, according to Box Office Mojo.

While specific plot details have not yet surfaced, it has been revealed that Beckinsale will reprise her role as Selene, Theo James (Divergent) will return to play the vampire David from Underworld: Awakening, Bradley James (Damien) will play a villainous role, and Charles Dance (Game of Thrones) will once again portray Thomas, the Vampire elder.

The latest entry in the supernatural film series was directed by Anna Foerster (Starz’s Outlander,
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5th Panama International Film Festival Builds in Industry Events, Regional Lineup

5th Panama International Film Festival Builds in Industry Events, Regional Lineup
Panama City — Paddy Breathnach’s Cuban-set “Viva,” set in Havana’s drag nightclubs and selected as Ireland’s entry in this year’s foreign language film Oscar race, will open the fifth Panama International Film Festival (Iff Panama), which bows this Thursday, April 7.

Director Pituka Ortega Heilbron and artistic director Diana Sanchez consider this year’s edition the strongest to date, given the breadth of films slated, the range of guests, the record number of industry events and – key — the unprecedented number of films screening from Central America and the Caribbean.

“There are incredible films now coming out of this region,” says Heilbron. “We’re fortunate to have the perfect prerequisites for a coordinated and well-functioning festival, given the location of Panama City, its connectivity, infrastructure, hotels, access and support from the government, private sector and the local business sector.”

In a mere four years, Iff Panama has carved out
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Mad Max Furiously Rules The Empire Award Nominations

Mad Max Furiously Rules The Empire Award Nominations
Mad Max: Fury Road has landed the most 2016 Empire Award nominations — ten (the same it got from the Oscars!) — of 2016 with Star Wars: The Force Awakens nipping at its heels with nine. The British magazine Empire presents the awards, which are voted on by readers and cinema fans around the world — both the nominations and the awards themselves. (And, technically speaking, they’re the Jameson Empire Awards, since Jameson Irish whiskey began sponsoring them in their 14th year. Cheers to that!)

With The Force Awakens being part of the beloved Star Wars mythology and breaking box-office records left and right at record speed, it’s a bit surprising Mad Max outpaced it. It goes to show that both fans adore this instant classic as much as the critics do, getting nods for:

• Best Film

• Best Director (George Miller)

• Best Actor (Tom Hardy)

• Best Actress (Charlize Theron, who should teach a
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'The Silver Chair' Will Completely Reboot 'Narnia' Franchise

'The Silver Chair' Will Completely Reboot 'Narnia' Franchise
Just over 10 years ago, The Chronicles of Narnia franchise launched with the big screen adventure The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, which paved the way for 2008's The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian and 2010's The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of The Dawn Treader. It's been over two years since we heard anything about the fourth installment, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair, with a December 2013 report that Life of Pi writer David Magee came aboard to write the script. Today we have a new update from producer Mark Gordon, who reveals that The Silver Chair will reboot the franchise entirely. Here's what he had to say, when asked if any characters from the first three movies would be involved.

"We're hoping to be able to make the movie very shortly. We're very excited about it. No, it's all going to be a brand new franchise.
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Ralph Brown & Klara Issova Round Out ‘Legends’ Cast

Exclusive: Ralph Brown (The Blacklist) and Klara Issova (The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian) round out the series-regular cast of Legends, joining star Sean Bean for the upcoming second season of TNT’s drama series. Brown will play Terrence Graves, a sophisticated, wry MI6 intelligence officer. But underneath the polished exterior lurks a man both personally and professionally compromised. Issova is Ilyana Crawford, a refugee from war-torn Chechnya. She is smart…
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