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Legendary Lands Graphic Novel ‘Prince Of Cats’ As Star Vehicle For Lakeith Stanfield

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Legendary Lands Graphic Novel ‘Prince Of Cats’ As Star Vehicle For Lakeith Stanfield
Exclusive: Legendary has just won an auction for feature rights to Prince of Cats, the graphic novel written by Ron Wimberly that will be developed as a star vehicle for Lakeith Stanfield, who just starred in Sorry To Bother You and Get Out. The graphic novel was originally published by DC ComicsVertigo imprint and now published by Image Comics. Janet and Kate Zucker of Zucker Productions are producing.

Selwyn Sefyu Hinds is attached to adapt. The graphic novel is described as ‘80s hip-hop retelling of Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo & Juliet– only this time, we follow Tybalt’s perspective as he and his Capulet crew navigate a violent Brooklyn where underground sword dueling with the Montagues blossoms alongside a vibrant music scene.

Hinds is the former editor in chief of The Source magazine, who most recently adapted Who Fears Death for HBO, a post-apocalyptic drama based on the sci-fi
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DVD Review: 'The Source'

★★☆☆☆ A nondescript North African mountain village, serves us the setting for French director Radu Mihaileanu's re-imagining of Aristophanes' Lysistrata as a comedy drama about a group of Muslim women rebelling against their patriarchal social system in The Source (La source des femmes, 2011). Aristophanes' comedy saw the women of ancient Greece uniting to end the Peloponnesian War by refusing to take their men into their beds until peace was agreed and this is the same strategy employed by the woman of this village.

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Bérénice Bejo, Omar Sy: César Winners

Bérénice Bejo as Peppy Miller in Michel Hazanavicius' The Artist The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius, A Separation: César Winners Pt.1 Best Actor Sami Bouajila, Omar m'a tuer / Omar Killed Me François Cluzet, Intouchables / Untouchable Jean Dujardin, The Artist Olivier Gourmet, L'exercice de l'État / The Minister Denis Podalydes, La conquête / The Conquest * Omar Sy, Intouchables / Untouchable Philippe Torreton, Présumé coupable / Guilty Best Actress Ariane Asquaride, Les neiges du Kilimanjaro / The Snows of Kilimanjaro * Bérénice Bejo, The Artist Leila Bekhti, La Source des femmes / The Source Valérie Donzelli, La guerre est déclarée / Declaration of War Marina Foïs, Polisse Marie Gilain, Toutes nos envies / All Our Desires Karin Viard, Polisse Best Supporting Actor * Michel Blanc, L'exercice de l'État / The Minister Nicolas Duvauchelle, Polisse Joey Starr, Polisse Bernard Lecoq, La conquête / The Conquest Frédéric Pierrot, Polisse Best Supporting Actress Zabou Breitman, L'exercice de l'État / The Minister Anne Le Ny, Intouchables / Untouchable Noémie Lvovsky, L'Apollonide,
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The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius: César Winners

Jean Dujardin, Missi Pyle, The Artist The Artist Wins, Jean Dujardin Loses: César Awards Best Film La guerre est déclarée / Declaration of War produced by Edouard Weil, directed by Valérie Donzelli Le Havre produced by Fabienne Vonier, directed by Aki Kaurismäki * The Artist produced by Thomas Langmann, directed by Michel Hazanavicius Intouchables / Untouchable produced by Denis Freyd, directed by Eric Toledano, Olivier Nakache L'exercice de l'État / The Minister produced by Nicolas Duval Adassovsky, Yann Zenou, Laurent Zeitoun, directed by Pierre Schöller Pater produced by Michel Seydoux, directed by Alain Cavalier Polisse produced by Alain Attal, directed by Maïwenn Best Foreign Film Drive (United States) directed by Nicolas Winding Refn Black Swan (United States) directed by Darren Aronofsky Incendies (Canada) directed by Denis Villeneuve Melancholia (Denmark / Sweden / France / Germany) directed by Lars von Trier * A Separation (Iran) directed by Asghar Farhadi The King's Speech (United Kingdom) directed by Tom Hooper Le
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Jean Dujardin, Bérénice Bejo: César Nominations

Bérénice Bejo, Malcolm McDowell, The Artist The Artist, Polisse, Intouchables: César Nominations Pt.1 Best Actor Sami Bouajila, Omar m'a tuer / Omar Killed Me François Cluzet, Intouchables / Untouchable Jean Dujardin, The Artist Olivier Gourmet, L'exercice de l'État / The Minister Denis Podalydes, La conquête / The Conquest Omar Sy, Intouchables / Untouchable Philippe Torreton, Présumé coupable / Guilty Best Actress Ariane Asquaride, Les neiges du Kilimanjaro / The Snows of Kilimanjaro Bérénice Bejo, The Artist Leila Bekhti, La Source des femmes / The Source Valérie Donzelli, La guerre est déclarée / Declaration of War Marina Foïs, Polisse Marie Gilain, Toutes nos envies / All Our Desires Karin Viard, Polisse Best Supporting Actor Michel Blanc, L'exercice de l'État / The Minister Nicolas Duvauchelle, Polisse Joey Starr, Polisse Bernard Lecoq, La conquête / The Conquest Frédéric Pierrot, Polisse Best Supporting Actress Zabou Breitman, L'exercice de l'État / The Minister Anne Le Ny, Intouchables / Untouchable Noémie Lvovsky, L'Apollonide, souvenirs de la maison close / House of Tolerance Carmen Maura,
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Intouchables, The Artist, Polisse: César Nominations

François Cluzet, Intouchables / Untouchable The 2012 César winners will be announced on February 24. The ceremony will be presided by Guillaume Canet; Antoine de Caunes will act as master of ceremonies. Best Film La guerre est déclarée / Declaration of War produced by Edouard Weil, directed by Valérie Donzelli Le Havre produced by Fabienne Vonier, directed by Aki Kaurismäki The Artist produced by Thomas Langmann, directed by Michel Hazanavicius Intouchables / Untouchable produced by Denis Freyd, directed by Eric Toledano, Olivier Nakache L'exercice de l'État / The Minister produced by Nicolas Duval Adassovsky, Yann Zenou, Laurent Zeitoun, directed by Pierre Schoeller Pater produced by Michel Seydoux, directed by Alain Cavalier Polisse produced by Alain Attal, directed by Maïwenn Best Foreign Film Drive (United States) directed by Nicolas Winding Refn Black Swan (United States) directed by Darren Aronofsky Incendies (Canada) directed by Denis Villeneuve Melancholia (Denmark / Sweden / France / Germany) directed by Lars von Trier A Separation
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Cannes 2011: live blog - day one

All the latest news, reviews, comment and buzz from the Croisette, as it happens

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It's 10.00am: on 11 May 2011 which means that the 64th Cannes film festival has just kicked off. Right this minute, the world's film press are huddled in the Palais du cinema as the opening credits roll on the first press screening of the opening night film, Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris. And in about 90 minutes, we'll know the verdict: is it a new Manhattan or another Curse of the Jade Scorpion? Will this year's fest have been launched with a bang or a whimper?

We'll be bringing you all the news, reviews and reaction from the Croisette, as it happens, right through the festival. My colleague Ian and I will be drawing coverage together in London; we'll be getting regular updates from the team on the ground: Peter Bradshaw, Xan Brooks, Andrew Pulver, Charlotte Higgins, Jason Solomons,
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Pedro Almodóvar, Terrence Malick, Lars von Trier: Cannes 2011 Palme d'Or Competition

Brad Pitt, Cole Cockburn in Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life Opening Film Woody Allen, Midnight In Paris (Out of Competition) Competition Pedro ALMODÓVAR, La Piel Que Habito Bertrand Bonello, L'apollonide – Souvenirs De La Maison Close Alain Cavalier, Pater Joseph Cedar, Hearat Shulayim (Footnote) Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Bir Zamanlar Anadolu'da (Once upon a time in Anatolia) Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Le Gamin Au VÉLO Aki KAURISMÄKI, Le Havre Naomi Kawase, Hanezu No Tsuki Julia Leigh, Sleeping Beauty MAÏWENN, Polisse Terrence Malick, The Tree Of Life Radu Mihaileanu, La Source Des Femmes Takashi Miike, Ichimei (Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samuraï) Nanni Moretti, Habemus Papam Lynne Ramsay, We Need To Talk About Kevin Markus Schleinzer, Michael Paolo Sorrentino, This Must Be The Place Lars Von Trier, Melancholia Nicolas Winding Refn, Drive Out of Competition Xavier Durringer, La CONQUÊTE Jodie Foster, The Beaver Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist Rob Marshall, Pirates Of The
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Cannes Line-up Announced!

As has become the story in recent years, familiar Cannes-family names grace the line-up of the official competition of the 64th edition of the Cannes Film Festival.

A dozen of the nineteen films announced are alumni of the festival: Almodovar, Bonello, Cavalier, Ceylan, the Dardenne brothers, Kaurismaki, Kawase, Malick, Moretti, Ramsay, Sorrentino and von Trier all returning to premiere their art, and Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne taking a shot at a third Palme d’Or. Add Japan’s Takashi Miike to the mix, and the Danish director of the much-heralded “Pusher” franchise, Nicolas Winding Refn, very few slots can be identified as festival discoveries.

While this trend continues to disappoint people looking to Cannes Official Competition to break ground (two first time filmmakers are included in the line-up), it has also forced journalists to find inspiration in the Un Certain Regard section of the fest. With Sean Durkin’s Sundance
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Cannes Line-up Announced!

As has become the story in recent years, familiar Cannes-family names grace the line-up of the official competition of the 64th edition of the Cannes Film Festival.

A dozen of the nineteen films announced are alumni of the festival: Almodovar, Bonello, Cavalier, Ceylan, the Dardenne brothers, Kaurismaki, Kawase, Malick, Moretti, Ramsay, Sorrentino and von Trier all returning to premiere their art, and Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne taking a shot at a third Palme d’Or. Add Japan’s Takashi Miike to the mix, and the Danish director of the much-heralded “Pusher” franchise, Nicolas Winding Refn, very few slots can be identified as festival discoveries.

While this trend continues to disappoint people looking to Cannes Official Competition to break ground (two first time filmmakers are included in the line-up), it has also forced journalists to find inspiration in the Un Certain Regard section of the fest. With Sean Durkin’s Sundance
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Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Among Official Selection For 64th Festival de Cannes

The Official Selection and the Juries of the 64th Cannes Film festival were announced Thursday, April 14th during the press conference held by Gilles Jacob and Thierry Frémaux at the Grand Hôtel in Paris.

Opening Film

Woody Allen - Midnight In Paris (Out of Competition)

Competition

Pedro ALMODÓVAR - La Piel Que Habito

Bertrand Bonello - L’Apollonide – Souvenirs De La Maison Close

Alain Cavalier – Pater

Joseph Cedar - Hearat Shulayim (Footnote)

Nuri Bilge Ceylan - Bir Zamanlar Anadolu’Da (Once upon a time in Anatolia)

Jean-Pierre et Luc Dardenne - Le Gamin Au VÉLO

Aki KAURISMÄKI - Le Havre

Naomi Kawase - Hanezu No Tsuki

Julia Leigh - Sleeping Beauty – 1st film

MAÏWENN - Polisse

Terrence Malick - The Tree Of Life

Radu Mihaileanu - La Source Des Femmes

Takashi Miike - Ichimei (Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samuraï)

Nanni Moretti - Habemus Papam

Lynne Ramsay - We Need To Talk About Kevin
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