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Intense Trailer for Noomi Rapace's New Thriller Angel Of Mine

Noomi Rapace (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) stars in this psychotic trailer for Angel of Mine, in which she loses it a little bit after a horrific accident in which she loses her baby girl to a hospital fire. She has a son, and is seemingly holding it together, until she meets a woman (Yvonne Strahovski) who has a daughter that she imagines to look the way her daughter would have.

Rapace’s grief-stricken character proceeds to get all stalker-y and Hand That Rocks the Cradle-y. It’s creepy and crazy and looks like a wild ride. Enjoy the trailer below and let us know if you’ll be interested in seeing Angel of Mine on August 30, 2019.
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Noomi Rapace Is An Obsessed Mother On A Mission In ‘Angel of Mine’ Trailer

Noomi Rapace knows her way around a suspense thriller as witnessed by The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Brian De Palma’s Passion.

With Angel of Mine she plays a mother who believes the daughter of her neighbor (Yvonne Strahovski) is actually her own child. On a mission to make the little girl part of her [...]

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Noomi Rapace stars in trailer for new thriller Angel of Mine

Lionsgate has released a trailer for the upcoming thriller Angel of Mine. Directed by Kim Farrant, the film stars Noomi Rapace as a woman who, grieving the loss of her child, begins to believe her neighbours’ daughter is her own. Joining Rapace in the cast of the film are Yvonne Strahovski, Luke Evans, and Richard Roxburgh; watch it here…

In this intense thriller, Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) stars as a woman on the edge who believes the daughter of a neighbor is actually her own.

Angel of Mine is set for release on August 30th.

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Three Top Movies To Watch If You Want Thrills And Suspense

Sometimes all you want to do is get your nerves tickled. Sometimes, the only way to go about getting your nerves tickled is getting a glass of wine or a can of beer and sitting in front of a screen, with a nice thriller or suspense film to enjoy. If that is something that you want to do, but you are not sure what kind of film you want and what kind of mood you really are in, here are the top three thrillers from three different ends of the film genres to get you going. The films that we picked are from very different areas. One is a dark detective thriller with a lot to offer, tons of amazing directing and cinematography, and a story to blow your mind. The other is a true story that you will cringe while watching but enjoy every minute of it as the performances are outstanding.
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Did the Official James Bond 25 Title Just Leak?

Do we finally know the title of James Bond 25? MGM and Eon Productions have yet to officially reveal the title, but it may have leaked online anyway. We stress may. Until the studio does decide to announce the title in formal fashion, nothing is set in stone. That said, if this latest leak turns out to be true, it would make for an interesting title, for various reasons.

An unofficial James Bond fan account recently posted an image to its Twitter account which appears as though it could be from the production offices. On a piece of paper the words "A Reason to Die" are scribbled out in black marker with the number 7 written below. And with that, we have a new possible title for 007's latest adventure. It certainly sounds like the possible title of a Bond movie, but how likely is this to be true?

Truthfully, it's difficult to say.
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‘I’ll never be a cute object’... Dragon Tattoo star Noomi Rapace on bank heists, sexism and loving England

As her latest film, The Captor, is released, the star of the Millennium trilogy tells why she’s determined to portray women taking control of their lives

Noomi Rapace found fame across the world playing the fearless Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy. The films based on the Millennium thrillers are now a decade behind the Swedish actress, who went on to co-star with Michael Fassbender, Glenn Close, Tom Hardy and Will Smith in a succession of Hollywood blockbusters. Yet, Rapace says, the fighting spirit of the heroine of the late Stieg Larsson’s hit novels continues to burn within her.

“Stieg would be so upset today,” she said. “He would go ballistic about everything that is going on. I feel I know that.”
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Exclusive Interview – Visual Effects Supervisor Alejandro Diego von Dorrer on Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Harrison Abbott chats with Visual Effects Supervisor Alejandro Diego von Dorrer

An industrious entrepreneur, Alejandro Diego von Dorrer has embarked on storied career that’s taken him from software distribution, to marketing and eventually special effects. He has a keen eye for recognising gaps in the market (his company actually introduced Adobe into Mexico) and has used this acumen to establish several successful business enterprises.

One his most notable accomplishments was in founding Ollin, a prolific VFX studio (which just so happens to be Latin America´s first and foremost) responsible for many blockbusters and David Fincher’s go-to vendor for set-extensions and digital props. Among their cinematic credits are films like Suicide Squad, Deadpool, The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Meanwhile, they’ve also dabbled in a bit of TV, having worked on both House of Cards and Mindhunter.
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‘Black Mirror’ Got Trent Reznor’s Blessing to Remix Nine Inch Nails for Miley Cyrus Episode

‘Black Mirror’ Got Trent Reznor’s Blessing to Remix Nine Inch Nails for Miley Cyrus Episode
Trent Reznor has already made his mark on Hollywood thanks to collaborations with David Fincher, from his Oscar-winning “The Social Network” score to “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” and “Gone Girl,” and now the musician has left his stamp on “Black Mirror.” The musician allowed the latest season of “Black Mirror” to remix famous Nine Inch Nails’ songs for the Miley Cyrus-starring episode “Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too.” Cyrus’ character, a pop star named Ashley O, sings peppier versions of such Reznor classics as “Head Like a Hole.” “Black Mirror” creator Charlie Brooker even had permission to change the lyrics as needed.

“He got it straight away,” Brooker said of Reznor during a press conference (via Billboard). “It was via email and he was really happy. He wanted to see the script and I got to rewrite his lyrics in a chirpy way. I’m not the best lyricist in the world,
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Cavill & Kingsley in First Full Trailer for Crime Thriller 'Night Hunter'

"He rigged the basement!" A full international trailer has debuted for a dark new crime thriller titled Night Hunter, also known as just Nomis for the international release. The film is about a detective and his police force who get "caught up in a dangerous scheme involving a recently arrested, troubled man who's linked to years of female abductions and murders." Although it seems to be a bit more complex than just that, with some twists and turns. This features quite an impressive ensemble: Ben Kingsley, Alexandra Daddario, Henry Cavill, Minka Kelly, Stanley Tucci, Nathan Fillion, Sara Thompson, Eliana Jones, Emma Tremblay, Brendan Fletcher, and Mpho Koaho. This looks a lot like The Snowman or The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, about troubled men who abuse women, and the people caught up in trying to stop them. Here's the new international trailer (+ poster) for David Raymond's Night Hunter, direct from
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‘Little Monsters’, ‘The Australian Dream’, ‘Angel of Mine’ and ‘H is for Happiness’ bound for Miff

Little Monsters’.

The Melbourne International Film Festival (Miff) has unveiled the first 29 films on its line-up this year, including the world premiere of Good Thing Productions and Passion Pictures’ The Australian Dream which will open the festival August 1.

The documentary, written by Stan Grant and directed by Brit Daniel Gordon, looks at race, identity and belonging from the perspective of former Sydney Swans captain and Indigenous rights activist Adam Goodes, who in 2013 sparked a national conversation about racism after requesting a 13-year-old Collingwood supporter be removed from the ground after calling him an “ape”.

“The Australian Dream is a compelling kickstart both to our festival this year, and to a national conversation,” said Miff artistic director Al Cossar.

‘The Australian Dream’.

“It’s an accomplished piece of documentary filmmaking that tackles broader questions of who we are as a nation, together, in deeply affecting terms. It’s a film for all Australians,
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Noomi Rapace to Play Mossad Agent in Vicky Jewson’s Action Drama ‘Sylvia’ (Exclusive)

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Noomi Rapace to Play Mossad Agent in Vicky Jewson’s Action Drama ‘Sylvia’ (Exclusive)
Noomi Rapace will star as Mossad’s most famous female agent in “Sylvia,” an action movie from Vicky Jewson, who developed the project with WestEnd Films under the company’s female-skewed WeLove banner. London-based WestEnd will handle sales and will be talking to buyers at Cannes.

The project reunites “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” star Rapace, Jewson and WestEnd after their successful collaboration on action picture “Close.” Netflix took global rights to that picture and launched it in January.

In “Sylvia,” Rapace will play Sylvia Rafael, a South African-born agent who rose to prominence in Israeli intelligence agency Mossad. She was noted for her intelligence work in locating Ali Hassan Salameh, the leader of Palestine’s Black September organization and the figure behind the murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics. But the mission led to her involvement in the infamous Lillehammer affair, in which an innocent Moroccan
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New Trailer For ‘The Captor’ With Ethan Hawke, Noomi Rapace & Mark Strong

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We’ve just received a brand new trailer for the upcoming The Captor, a new film starring Ethan Hawke, Noomi Rapace and Mark Strong. The film comes to cinemas and on-demand from 21st June. We’re hearing that this one is reminiscent of films like Dog Day Afternoon and Inside Man, so we’re quite looking forward to checking it all out in the summer.

This stylish, faced-paced, fun and frantic crime caper is a vibrant blend of tension, humour and history. Based on the absurd but true story of a 1973 bank heist and hostage crisis, The Captor, described as ‘a suspenseful, riotous black comedy’, is an extraordinary account of what happens when hostages bond with their captors and turn against the authorities – a phenomenon now identified as the Stockholm syndrome.

Writer and director Robert Budreau has assembled a top-notch cast for this intriguing and unique thriller: he
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After Three Decades at Sony, Amy Pascal Finds a New Home, and Perhaps, Identity

After Three Decades at Sony, Amy Pascal Finds a New Home, and Perhaps, Identity
Studio heads tend to move around, but in the last 30 years, several have been closely linked to one brand. To this day, Sherry Lansing is Paramount, Ron Meyer is Universal. And until the announcement Wednesday, Amy Pascal was Sony. But now, the former chairman of Sony Motion Pictures is finally leaving Culver City, after 30 years, to continue building her own identity, at Universal.

Pascal rose through the ranks in Hollywood as what was once termed a “d-girl,” someone who developed scripts. She worked as a production executive alongside old chum Scott Rudin at Twentieth Century Fox before landing at Columbia in 1988, where she developed “Awakenings,” “Groundhog Day,” and “Little Women.” In 1994 she took on President of Production for Turner Pictures, then rejoined Columbia in 1996. Working closely with mentors Gareth Wigan, John Calley and finally, Michael Lynton, Pascal took over the chairman role in 2006.

She was known for promoting women filmmakers,
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After Three Decades at Sony, Amy Pascal Finds a New Home, and Perhaps, Identity

After Three Decades at Sony, Amy Pascal Finds a New Home, and Perhaps, Identity
Studio heads tend to move around, but in the last 30 years, several have been closely linked to one brand. To this day, Sherry Lansing is Paramount, Ron Meyer is Universal. And until the announcement Wednesday, Amy Pascal was Sony. But now, the former chairman of Sony Motion Pictures is finally leaving Culver City, after 30 years, to continue building her own identity, at Universal.

Pascal rose through the ranks in Hollywood as what was once termed a “d-girl,” someone who developed scripts. She worked as a production executive alongside old chum Scott Rudin at Twentieth Century Fox before landing at Columbia in 1988, where she developed “Awakenings,” “Groundhog Day,” and “Little Women.” In 1994 she took on President of Production for Turner Pictures, then rejoined Columbia in 1996. Working closely with mentors Gareth Wigan, John Calley and finally, Michael Lynton, Pascal took over the chairman role in 2006.

She was known for promoting women filmmakers,
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20 Things You Didn’t Know About Rooney Mara

Rooney Mara is an American actress who was born as Patricia Rooney Mara in New York on April 17, 1985. She began her career as an actress in 2005, and she has worked predominantly in the film industry, although she has had some small roles in television. She is best known for her award-winning performance as Lisbeth Salander in ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’. However, she has had roles in many films, including ‘Tanner Hall’, ‘The Social Network’, the 2010 remake of ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’, ‘Side Effects’, ‘Trash’, ‘Her’, ‘Ain’t Them Bodies Saints’, and ‘Carol’. She is

20 Things You Didn’t Know About Rooney Mara
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Taylor Kitsch, Michael C. Hall Join Tandem, Bron, Zdf on Mans Marlind’s ‘Shadowplay’

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Taylor Kitsch, Michael C. Hall Join Tandem, Bron, Zdf on Mans Marlind’s ‘Shadowplay’
Cannes –Taylor Kitsch, Michael C. Hall and Nina Hoss are set to star in period thriller “Shadowplay,” one of the big series – with “War of the Worlds,” “Zero, Zero Zero,” “Years and Years” – on Studiocanal’s upcoming, event-series studded production slate.

Created by Måns Mårlind, co-creator of “The Bridge,” a banner Nordic Noir title, and “Midnight Sun,” one of Studiocanal’s biggest and best-received recent international co-productions, “Shadowplay” is set on a large-scale canvas, the bombed-out 1946 Berlin, one year after World War II, as its former Allies, the U.S, Russia rival for power in the wrecked city, and its survivors dare to hope to rebuild their lives.

Described by lead producers Tandem Productions and Bron Studios as a “gritty dramatic thriller,” and conceived by Mårlind as two “chapters” of eight-episodes, “Shadowplay’s” first chapter will shoot from April 30 in Prague and environs. Kitsch will play Max McLaughlin, an Brooklyn
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Taylor Kitsch & Michael C. Hall Lead Cast Of ‘Shadowplay’ Drama Series From Tandem & Bron

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Taylor Kitsch & Michael C. Hall Lead Cast Of ‘Shadowplay’ Drama Series From Tandem & Bron
Exclusive: Taylor Kitsch and Michael C. Hall are set to lead the cast of Shadowplay, a gritty dramatic thriller series from The Bridge co-creator Måns Mårlind, Studiocanal’s Tandem Productions and Bron Studios in co-production with Zdf. Nina Hoss, Sebastian Koch, Tuppence Middleton, Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus) and Mala Emde round out the cast of the series’ first chapter.

Mårlind has conceived Shadowplay as a 16-episode series, told in two chapters. The initial eight-episode shoot will begin April 29 in Prague, and an additional eight episodes are planned for filming in 2020.

Created and written by Mårlin, Shadowplay is a character-driven thriller set in Berlin. It centers on the story of Max McLaughlin (Kitsch), an American cop who arrives in the city in the summer of 1946 to help create a police force
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Joel Kinnaman: No value in digging up old tweets

Joel Kinnaman doesn't agree with the whole "call-out" culture of the society. The Swedish-American actor says there is no value in digging up an old tweet or finding a bad joke written by someone ten years ago. Be it James Gunn, Kevin Hart, Green Book screenwriter Nick Vallelonga, Blake Shelton or Trevor Noah -- there have been many instances when old tweets came back to haunt many names from Hollywood in the era of MeToo movement, inclusivity and gender equality.

But Kinnaman feels people should refrain from jumping to judgments, and look for the intention behind the words sometimes.

"There is a negative side of this movement and it is something that I really dislike. That is the call-out culture where people are offended by things," Kinnaman told Ians in an interview over the phone from New York.

"What is really important is that people go to the bottom of
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Joaquin Phoenix is the ‘Joker’ in First Trailer for Todd Phillips’ Villainous Tale

The director of The Hangover trilogy is the latest to take the reins of the DC universe, delivering his own spin on a certain smiling infamous villain. Todd Phillips’ Joker will arrive this fall and timed with this week’s release of Shazam!, Warner Bros. have now unveiled the first trailer. Originally set to be executive produced by Martin Scorsese, this preview certainly shows off the influence of the director, from Taxi Driver to The King of Comedy, as well aping a bit from David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo when it comes to its title design.

The standalone feature, starring Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker, is set in 1981 Gotham and follows Arthur Fleck, a failed stand-up comedian who goes down a dark path. Also starring Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Bill Camp, Brian Tyree Henry, Frances Conroy, Brett Cullen, Glenn Fleshler, Brian Tyree Henry, Douglas Hodge,
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Banijay Rights Signs First-Look Deal With Producer Ellie Wood (Exclusive)

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Seeking to diversify and bolster its scripted output, Banijay Rights has signed a first-look development deal with Ellie Wood (“Bleak House”), a veteran British producer who founded and runs the independent production company Clearwood Films.

Under the pact, Banjiay Rights and Wood will work together to develop and produce all of Clearwood Films’ TV series for the U.K. and international markets. Banijay Rights will also handle international sales on the shows.

Caroline Torrance, the head of scripted at Banijay Rights, said this “new partnership further bolsters Banijay’s commitment and expertise in scripted programming, and capitalizes on the continued growth we are witnessing in the drama market.”

The first drama to be co-developed by both companies is “Stonehouse,” a spy thriller series based on an idea by John Preston, the author of “A Very English Scandal.”

The series will revolve around the true story of John Stonehouse, the former
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