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Louise Bourgoin Joins Oscar Isaac And Garrett Hedlund In ‘Mojave’

Louise Bourgoin Joins Oscar Isaac And Garrett Hedlund In ‘Mojave’
Exclusive: César-nominated French actress Louise Bourgoin will join Oscar Isaac and Garret Hedlund in Mojave, the thriller to be directed by William Monahan from his original screenplay. The film is about a desolated, violent artist who escapes into the desert and encounters a worthy antagonist in the form of a brilliant, homicidal drifter. Bourgoin is best known for the French films La fille de Monaco and L’amour dure trois ans. Monahan’s Henceforth Pictures will co-produce the film with Atlas Independent. The actress is repped by Wme, which also reps Monahan. The writer/director is also repped by 42 and David Weber.
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Film in Pictures: Gilles Marchand's Black Heaven

In the interim, filmmaker Gilles Marchand stuck to his writing work supplying screenplays such as Lemming and Feux rouges for Dominik Moll and Cédric Kahn, but now wearing the director hat, Marchand will be returning to Cannes for the first time since 2003's Who Killed Bambi? - In the interim, filmmaker Gilles Marchand stuck to his writing work supplying screenplays such as Lemming and Feux rouges for Dominik Moll and Cédric Kahn, but now wearing the director hat, Marchand will be returning to Cannes for the first time since 2003's Who Killed Bambi? With Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet in the lead, and also starring Louise Bourgoin (La fille de Monaco) and Melvil Poupaud (Le refuge), Black Heaven, which receives a Midnight Screening slot and is among my tops in Most Anticipated Films list, merges real life and animation, much like how Marchand's scripted L'Avion merged fantasy with real-life elements.
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Film in Pictures: Gilles Marchand's Black Heaven

In the interim, filmmaker Gilles Marchand stuck to his writing work supplying screenplays such as Lemming and Feux rouges for Dominik Moll and Cédric Kahn, but now wearing the director hat, Marchand will be returning to Cannes for the first time since 2003's Who Killed Bambi? With Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet in the lead, and also starring Louise Bourgoin (La fille de Monaco) and Melvil Poupaud (Le refuge), Black Heaven, which receives a Midnight Screening slot and is among my tops in Most Anticipated Films list, merges real life and animation, much like how Marchand's scripted L'Avion merged fantasy with real-life elements. L'autre monde (Black Heaven) is co-written by Marchand and Dominik Moll, and is a coming-of-age story about a teenager seduced by the unlimited possibilities of the dark, virtual world of online gaming. Set during the Summer in the south of France. Gaspard (Leprince-Ringuet) divides his time between his friends and his girlfriend,
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Luc Besson's latest film: Les Aventures Extraordinaires d'Adèle Blanc-Sec

As I ascended a subway station escalator in Brussels, one of the movie posters on the wall caught my eye.

It showed a woman in period costume riding a pterodactyl. Enough to make anyone do a double take.

The film it's promoting is Luc Besson's new release Les Aventures Extraordinaires d'Adèle Blanc-Sec - or, in English, The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec - which debuted on screens in the Belgian capital yesterday, April 14, which was the day of my departure.

It's a pity I never got to see this intriguing fantasy feature, which opened in France on the same day. However, it wouldn't have had English subtitles so it would have been hard work understanding all the dialogue. A trailer that does have English subtitles is included below so you can get an idea about the movie.

Les Aventures Extraordinaires had premiered in Brussels a few days earlier, at
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Audrey Tautou Interview, Coco Before Chanel

MoviesOnline sat down recently with French actress Audrey Tautou (The Da Vinci Code, Amelie) to talk about her new movie, Coco Before Chanel. Coco Before Chanel is the story of Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel, who began her life as a headstrong orphan, and through an extraordinary journey became the legendary couturier who embodied the modern woman and became a timeless symbol of success, freedom and style. The film portrays the formative years of Chanel's life, the years Chanel spent discovering and inventing herself. Coco Before Chanel is directed by Anne Fontaine (La Fille de Monaco/ The Girl Fr...
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9 Movie Clips from Coco Before Chanel Starring Audrey Tautou as Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel

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While director Anne Fontaine’s “Coco Before Chanel” has already opened in most of the world, the film is finally getting released here in America September 25th. If you can’t tell by the name, the film is about Coco Chanel’s rise in the fashion world and it stars Audrey Tautou as the famous designer. While I haven’t seen the film so I can’t tell you what I thought, it has a 68% on Rotten Tomatoes, so a lot of people have enjoyed it. So to help promote the movie, we’ve been given 9 clips (about 12 minutes of the movie) and they’re after the jump. Take a look:

Here’s the official synopsis:

Coco Before Chanel is the story of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, who began her life as a headstrong orphan, and through an extraordinary journey became the legendary couturier who embodied the modern woman and became a timeless symbol of success,
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Ann Fontaine's sex thriller 'The Girl From Monaco' out on July 3rd!

French director Anne Fontaine affirms her mastery as an intrepid explorer of the seamier side of desire with newest film, The Girl From Monaco, starring Fabrice Luchini, Roschdy Zem and the stunning and talented newcomer Louise Bourgoin.

In this darkly comic thriller, Bourgoin stars as Audrey, an ambitious, sexy and ultimately deadly, weather girl on one of Monaco’s TV stations, who has no intention of reciting weather reports for much longer...

Bourgoin (a former real-life weather girl on French television) earned a César (French Academy Award) nomination for Best Female Newcomer for her performance. Renowned French actor Fabrice Luchini plays a brilliant and neurotic attorney, who falls under the spell of this “she-devil” and looks to his bodyguard (Roschdy Zem) to bail him out of the mess he’s created.

Magnolia Pictures will release The Girl From Monaco in New York and Los Angeles on Friday, July 3, followed by a national rollout.
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