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Watch: Reese Witherspoon Was So Excited About Her First Emmy, She Didn't Want to Let Go!

Watch: Reese Witherspoon Was So Excited About Her First Emmy, She Didn't Want to Let Go!
Reese Witherspoon‘s Emmys win was a moment she didn’t want to let go of … literally.

At Sunday night’s 69th annual awards, the Big Little Lies cast and crew won best limited series, beating out fellow HBO nominee The Night Of, as well as National Geographic’s Genius and FX’s Fargo and Feud: Bette and Joan.

When the Big Little Lies team — including castmates Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Zoe Kravitz and Shailene Woodley — ascended the stage to accept the award, Witherspoon took the microphone — and the award — to give the acceptance speech.

In a humorous video circulating Twitter,
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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Breaks the Emmy Awards Streaming Barrier, One of Several Records Shattered This Year

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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Breaks the Emmy Awards Streaming Barrier, One of Several Records Shattered This Year
The streaming TV biz passed the ultimate Emmy threshold on Sunday night, as Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” made history.

“Handmaid’s Tale” picked up the win for outstanding drama series, which represents the first time a streaming service had one won of the top Emmy series prizes. It was just four years ago, in 2013, that Netflix became the first streaming platform to win an Emmy, as “House of Cards” picked up a handful of victories.

“Streaming has arrived, and we’re here to say what a wonderful journey,” said “Handmaid’s Tale” executive producer Warren Littlefield. Added exec producer Bruce Miller: “The way Hulu handled our show, they were bold and behind us and committed to making something interesting.”

The fact that Hulu was the first to land a top Emmy series prize, rather than Netflix, is a bit surprising, as Netflix came into this year’s
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Big Little Lies, Cast Win Big at 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards

Big Little Lies, Cast Win Big at 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards
Big Little Lies made out nicely at Sunday’s 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, taking home multiple statues — not that those ladies should be trusted with any more blunt objects.

RelatedEmmys 2017: And the Winners Are….

The seven-part miniseries, based on the 2014 novel by Liane Moriarty, won Outstanding Limited Series, beating fellow HBO drama The Night Of, as well as National Geographic’s Genius, and FX’s Fargo and Feud: Bette and Joan.

Laura Dern was the first to win, nabbing the trophy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie, besting Judy Davis (FX’s Feud: Bette and Joan
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‘Big Little Lies’ Wins Emmy for Outstanding Limited Series

‘Big Little Lies’ Wins Emmy for Outstanding Limited Series
Big Little Lies” has become one of the biggest victors at the 2017 Emmy Awards, winning the prize for Outstanding Limited Series. The acclaimed HBO miniseries was the frontrunner over “Feud,” “Fargo,” “The Night Of,” and “Genius.” The seven-episode season was written by David E. Kelly and directed by Jean-Marc Valle. Read More: 2017 Emmys Winners List (Updating Live) HBO has long been dominant in the Emmy’s miniseries and TV movie categories, but the race has gotten more competitive in recent years as networks like FX, ABC and more get into the limited series game. Previous winners have been “Fargo” and “American Crime Story: The People v O.J. Simpson.” HBO last won the category in 2015 with “Olive Kitteridge.” “Big Little Lies” entered this year’s Emmys with 16 nominations, including acting noms for Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley, and Alexander Skarsgaard. HBO currently has no plans to revive the
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The Cast of Big Little Lies All Want a Season 2: 'We Love These Women'

The Cast of Big Little Lies All Want a Season 2: 'We Love These Women'
Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley and Zoë Kravitz bonded on the set of HBO’s Big Little Lies — so much so that the five actresses, like fans, are clamoring for a second season.

The ladies of the hit series hit the red carpet at the 2017 Emmy Awards Sunday, where their show received 16 nominations. And while they didn’t have any specifics news about a possible season 2, they all said they’re game for another trip to Monterey, California.

“We want to do it,” Kidman, 50, told E! News in the pre-show. “We love these women. It’s just trying to move pieces.
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‘The Young Pope’: Emmys Snub Jude Law and Paolo Sorrentino in Major Categories

‘The Young Pope’: Emmys Snub Jude Law and Paolo Sorrentino in Major Categories
Was it the kangaroo?

HBO’s critically acclaimed limited series “The Young Pope” failed to garner any nominations in the major categories despite delivering Jude Law’s best performance in years and a brilliant story and direction by Oscar winner Paolo Sorrentino. The wholly unique tale of a handsome American who becomes the pope was lauded for its beautiful, quirky and at times hilarious examination of faith, truth and the unknowable mysteries of life.

Read MoreEmmys 2017 Snubs and Surprises: ‘Transparent,’ ‘The Leftovers,’ and Pamela Adlon(!)

Law’s masterful performance as Lenny Belardo, an upstart American who wants to shake up the Catholic Church once he becomes Pope Pius Xiii, was stunning in how he radiated strength and power even in stillness. Intimidating, inscrutable, morose, and at times whimsical, Law swept viewers up in Lenny’s inner journey that began with antagonism and ended in peace. The actor’s compelling acting
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Emmys 2017: Complete List of Nominations

Emmys 2017: Complete List of Nominations
Nominations were announced on Thursday morning for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, to be held Sunday, Sept. 17 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

CBS will broadcast the ceremony live, with The Late Show‘s Stephen Colbert serving as host.

TVLine is detailing the major nominees below, as they are announced/reported. Your job, as opinionated consumers of TV, is to storm the Comments section with gushes of glee… or eruptions of righteous outrage! (Reminder: Orphan Black, Game of Thrones and Twin Peaks were Not eligible this year, while last summer’s Orange Is the New Black Season 4 Was.)

Outstanding
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Emmy Awards 2017: And the Nominees Are ...

Emmy Awards 2017: And the Nominees Are ...
The biggest night in television is right around the corner!

Veep‘s Anna Chlumsky and Criminal MindsShemar Moore announced this year’s Emmys nominees on Thursday morning. Though past heavy-hitter Game of Thrones was ineligible because of its late summer premiere date, some of last year’s winners returned to defend their titles — while a slew of new entries landed their own nods, too.

And the nominees are …

Outstanding Drama Series

Better Call Saul

The Crown

The Handmaid’s Tale

House of Cards

Stranger Things

This Is Us

Westworld

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama SeriesSterling K. Brown, This Is Us

Anthony Hopkins,
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Hollywood Studios' First Gay Romantic Drama Back on the Big Screen

'Making Love': Groundbreaking romantic gay drama returns to the big screen As part of its Anniversary Classics series, Laemmle Theaters will be presenting Arthur Hiller's groundbreaking 1982 romantic drama Making Love, the first U.S. movie distributed by a major studio that focused on a romantic gay relationship. Michael Ontkean, Harry Hamlin, and Kate Jackson star. The 35th Anniversary Screening of Making Love will be held on Saturday, June 24 – it's Gay Pride month, after all – at 7:30 p.m. at the Ahrya Fine Arts Theatre on Wilshire Blvd. in Beverly Hills. The movie will be followed by a Q&A session with Harry Hamlin, screenwriter Barry Sandler, and author A. Scott Berg, who wrote the “story” on which the film is based. 'Making Love' & What lies beneath In this 20th Century Fox release – Sherry Lansing was the studio head at the time – Michael Ontkean plays a
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‘The Young Pope’: How Jude Law Went Weird with Paolo Sorrentino for His Best Work In Years

‘The Young Pope’: How Jude Law Went Weird with Paolo Sorrentino for His Best Work In Years
Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Jude Law, who’s always been hard to pin down, and his title role in HBO Emmy Contender “The Young Pope” is no exception.

Bottom Line: As he embraces his mid-40s, Jude Law has morphed from British golden boy to globally bankable character actor. His range is wide, from tragic robot Gigolo Joe in Steven Spielberg’s “A.I.” to Robert Downey, Jr.’s comedy sidekick Dr. Watson in Guy Ritchie’s blockbuster “Sherlock Holmes” franchise. Still stunningly handsome, Law is gaining grit and gravitas as he gets older. But there’s a sense he’s still holding back.

Latest Misfires: Law took on evil power-monger Vortigern opposite Charlie Hunnam as Arthur in Ritchie’s attempt to similarly update “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,
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‘The Young Pope’: How Jude Law Went Weird with Paolo Sorrentino for His Best Work In Years

‘The Young Pope’: How Jude Law Went Weird with Paolo Sorrentino for His Best Work In Years
Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Jude Law, who’s always been hard to pin down, and his title role in HBO Emmy Contender “The Young Pope” is no exception.

Bottom Line: As he embraces his mid-40s, Jude Law has morphed from British golden boy to globally bankable character actor. His range is wide, from tragic robot Gigolo Joe in Steven Spielberg’s “A.I.” to Robert Downey, Jr.’s comedy sidekick Dr. Watson in Guy Ritchie’s blockbuster “Sherlock Holmes” franchise. Still stunningly handsome, Law is gaining grit and gravitas as he gets older. But there’s a sense he’s still holding back.

Latest Misfires: Law took on evil power-monger Vortigern opposite Charlie Hunnam as Arthur in Ritchie’s attempt to similarly update “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,
See full article at Thompson on Hollywood »

Emmy Predictions 2017: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie

Emmy Predictions 2017: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
Last Year’s Winner: Sterling K. Brown, “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

Still Eligible: No.

Hot Streak: While HBO and FX have the most nominations in this category over the past six years, they each have won twice and both have lost twice (to PBS in 2014 and History in 2012).

Fun Fact: Beau Bridges is the only actor to win this category twice. He won for “The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom” (1993) and “The Second Civil War” (1997).

The consistently crowded supporting actor category is again stacked with contenders this year. HBO and FX are at it again with enough offerings to fill the field by themselves (which FX almost did in 2016, with five of the six slots). First up, FX has “Fargo” and “Feud” as top competitors. David Thewlis and Michael Stuhlbarg are damn impressive in Season 3, while Alfred Molina and Stanley Tucci are
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Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ Wows Cannes While Nicole Kidman Calls Out Lack of Female Directors

Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ Wows Cannes While Nicole Kidman Calls Out Lack of Female Directors
It’s so far so good for Sofia Coppola’s “The Beguiled” at Cannes, which played well for the press on Wednesday morning. The movie is a gorgeously shot battle of the sexes led by the formidable duo of Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell (who both star in another competition entry, “The Killing of a Sacred Deer”) along with Coppola’s “Virgin Suicides” star Kirsten Dunst and “Somewhere” star Elle Fanning.

Read More: With ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia Coppola Seeks Cannes Redemption with a Southern-Gothic Remake

Writer-director Coppola reenters the Cannes spotlight with her high-profile adaptation of Don Siegel’s 1971 Clint Eastwood Civil War drama, based on the 1966 Thomas Cullinan novel. About two years ago, Coppola’s production designer Anne Ross urged her to remake the movie, a well-reviewed flop when released. Audiences weren’t ready for Eastwood’s tall, dark, and handsome soldier to be manhandled by a school full of vengeful women.

Judging from the enthusiastic press reaction here, they’re more accepting now.

Here’s what we learned at the press conference (check out my interview with Coppola).

It’s about the women

“This story had to be directed by a woman,” Nicole Kidman told Canal Plus before the press conference. “The essence of it is feminine, it’s seen from a female point of view.”

At the press conference, she said that her schoolmistress is “is protecting these girls in a treacherous, difficult time, and they’re surviving. Her motivation is to guide them and protect them.”

“Any time a group of women is cut off from the world,” said Coppola, “different dynamics come out…I tried to put [the movie] out of my mind and imagine how I would tell this story and start again.”

Farrell added, “With repression, if there’s a blanket people find themselves beneath, there will be a heavy price to pay no matter the gender.”

“When you are dealing with people who are pent up together,” said Dunst, “no matter if male, female or mixture, something will come out. Aggressions and feelings are corseted up and get unleashed because this new dynamic comes in.”

“He comes in and ruins everything!” said Kidman, channeling the school marm originally played by Geraldine Page. “We were fine. All we couldn’t do was procreate. Good riddance to him!”

Coppola was also enthused to be reunited with her former stars, including Dunst and Fanning.

“I loved working with Kirsten and could see her as the teacher,” said Coppola of her casting process. “I always admired Nicole and imagined her as the headmistress as I was writing. I knew she would bring her twisted humor to the role.”

Fanning, now at 18, was old enough to play a young student. Coppola discovered her at age 11 with “Somewhere.”

“We were making the movie from a female point-of-view,” said Coppola, “that was part of the fun of it. The core of it is the power struggles between the male and female, which are relevant in a hopefully entertaining juicy story.”

Colin Farrell in “The Beguiled

And one man

“I have a penis,” Farrell told Canal Plus of his role in “The Beguiled” as a wounded union soldier who a young student drags into a Virginia ladies school. “Treachery and hilarity ensues.”

“He was a good sport about being our object,” said Coppola.

“I didn’t have to worry about being the token male,” he added at the press conference. “I grew up with three very strong and brilliant and kind and smart women in my life, my mother and two sisters. To be surrounded by talented, decent, smart, insightful creative and serious women — I was spoiled by Sofia Coppola who set a particular mood of comfort, ease and trust. It allows you as an actor to play and explore.”

He added, “I have been doing this for 20 years, and it’s my favorite experience, my favorite shoot. She’s elegant and smart and has a gentility to her, which is not to say she doesn’t have an incredible creative edge inside. It’s nice to have that elegance and tenderness pervade the whole experience.”

Farrell never met with Clint Eastwood, who originated his role. “I had seen the film some years ago; I was deeply disturbed by the original film, it stayed with me. I said I was never doing a remake again, but when this came around it was an easy ‘yes.’ It’s a retelling or reinterpretation, which doesn’t mean it lacks originality. Sofia did something very original with it. Clint was extraordinary in the Siegel film. But I was able to retain my Irish accent, the character was an Irish soldier fighting from a mercenary perspective. It’s a bit of an immigrant story, he’s fresh off the boat, like so many of my countrymen who sailed to America to survive. That was unique to our experience of telling the film.”

“I wanted to contrast the very masculine exotic enemy soldier [who] comes onto this delicate feminine world,” said Coppola. “Colin is charming and charismatic, and I knew he would find a way to connect with each character differently. He’s connected to his dark side.”

Kidman rules Cannes

Coppola went to see Kidman in a play in London and had dinner with her afterwards. “She had this script,” said the actress. “You could give me the phone book and I’ll do it.”

Kidman wants to work with more women directors, she said, citing the grim Women in Film statistics for film and television (roughly 4 percent of major motion pictures were directed by women last year). “The important thing to say and keep saying is luckily we had Jane Campion here,” Kidman said. “We women have to support female directors, that’s a given. Now hopefully that will change over time. People keep saying it’s so different. It isn’t.”

Coppola made the film for the big screen

Coppola collaborated for the first time with Wong Kar Wai cinematographer Philippe Le Sourd with gorgeous results on “The Beguiled,” shooting in 35 mm. “He helped me to create the atmosphere and the world of the film,” she said. “With Le Sourd’s beautiful work, all of the work [in the film], I hope people will see the photography on the big screen.”

Sofia Coppola was making this film for the big screen, in the way of framing, and all the things we do,” said Kidman. “At the same time, we need stories, opportunities and need things to be seen, the world is changing and we have to change with it. As an actor I get to work in all of the mediums. Jean-Marc Vallee directed ‘Big Little Lies’ for for the small screen. I have a foot in every area.”

She added, “I’m turning 50 this year. I’ve never had more work than right now, partly because I work in TV, and I work in films made for the small and the big screen.”

Read More: Before ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia Coppola’s ‘Marie Antoinette’ Showed Her Genius for Crafting Characters Through Environments

You can see both versions of “The Beguiled

A double feature of the two films will play Quentin Tarantino’s New Beverly theater in Los Angeles. “I’m excited to watch both of them,” Coppola said. “They’re two sides of the same story, flipping it on its head, I hope.”

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Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ Wows Cannes While Nicole Kidman Calls Out Lack of Female Directors

Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ Wows Cannes While Nicole Kidman Calls Out Lack of Female Directors
It’s so far so good for Sofia Coppola’s “The Beguiled” at Cannes, which played well for the press on Wednesday morning. The movie is a gorgeously shot battle of the sexes led by the formidable duo of Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell (who both star in another competition entry, “The Killing of a Sacred Deer”) along with Coppola’s “Virgin Suicides” star Kirsten Dunst and “Somewhere” star Elle Fanning.

Read More: With ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia Coppola Seeks Cannes Redemption with a Southern-Gothic Remake

Writer-director Coppola reenters the Cannes spotlight with her high-profile adaptation of Don Siegel’s 1971 Clint Eastwood Civil War drama, based on the 1966 Thomas Cullinan novel. About two years ago, Coppola’s production designer Anne Ross urged her to remake the movie, a well-reviewed flop when released. Audiences weren’t ready for Eastwood’s tall, dark, and handsome soldier to be manhandled by a school full of vengeful women.
See full article at Indiewire »

With ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia Coppola Seeks Cannes Redemption with a Southern-Gothic Remake

With ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia Coppola Seeks Cannes Redemption with a Southern-Gothic Remake
With her sixth feature, “The Beguiled,” Sofia Coppola returns to Cannes in the main Competition. It’s her first time since 2006, when the reception for royal costume drama “Marie Antoinette” evolved from a scattering of boos to become a reported misfire. That’s the power of the Cannes echo chamber. Her visually sumptuous and witty $40 million studio movie earned a standing ovation at the public screening and a range of reviews, but only made $60.8 million worldwide — not nearly enough to make it profitable.

Coppola had better Cannes luck with her smaller-scaled first feature, the dreamy literary adaptation “The Virgin Suicides” ($10.6 million worldwide). It starred Kirsten Dunst and broke out of Director’s Fortnight with critics’ raves. Her Tokyo-set Bill Murray-Scarlett Johansson two-hander “Lost in Translation” ($117 million worldwide) debuted in Venice on its way to Coppola’s Original Screenplay Oscar.

Back on the indie side were Chateau Marmont Hollywood-slice
See full article at Thompson on Hollywood »

With ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia Coppola Seeks Cannes Redemption with a Southern-Gothic Remake

With ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia Coppola Seeks Cannes Redemption with a Southern-Gothic Remake
With her sixth feature, “The Beguiled,” Sofia Coppola returns to Cannes in the main Competition. It’s her first time since 2006, when the reception for royal costume drama “Marie Antoinette” evolved from a scattering of boos to became a reported misfire. That’s the power of the Cannes echo chamber. Her visually sumptuous and witty $40 million studio movie earned a standing ovation at the public screening and a range of reviews, but only made $60.8 million worldwide — not nearly enough to make it profitable.

Coppola had better Cannes luck with her smaller-scaled first feature, the dreamy literary adaptation “The Virgin Suicides” ($10.6 million worldwide). It starred Kirsten Dunst and broke out of Director’s Fortnight with critics’ raves. Her Tokyo-set Bill Murray-Scarlett Johansson two-hander “Lost in Translation” ($117 million worldwide) debuted in Venice on its way to Coppola’s Original Screenplay Oscar.

Back on the indie side were Chateau Marmont Hollywood-slice
See full article at Indiewire »

Reese Witherspoon Dishes on ‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2, Teases Her Mom Betty About Her Celebrity Crush

Reese Witherspoon Dishes on ‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2, Teases Her Mom Betty About Her Celebrity Crush
Reese Witherspoon brought the best date to her taping of The Ellen DeGeneres Show -- her mom, Betty Reese! The Big Little Lies actress, 41, took to Instagram Stories on the way to the show, sharing videos with Betty in the car.

"Mom, are you going to be ok if I tell Ellen who your celebrity crush is?" Reese asked.

Watch: Reese Witherspoon, Katie Holmes, Peta Murgatroyd and More Stars Celebrate Mother's Day!

"No, don't tell anybody,” Betty insisted.

Instagram

But Reese was able to convince her mom in another video, saying, "Mom, everyone on Instagram wants to know who your celebrity crush is."

"Charlie, Charlie Who-Nam,” Betty revealed.

"Charlie Hunnam?" Reese asked.

"Hunnam! King Arthur,” Betty explained.

"And why do you like Charlie Hunnam?" Reese asked.

"Because he's King Arthur, and I'm Queen Elizabeth," Betty quipped as Reese laughed.

And Reese made sure to call out her mom once she was on the show. In addition
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Kirsten Dunst Couldn’t Care Less About the Upcoming ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

Kirsten Dunst Couldn’t Care Less About the Upcoming ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’
Spider-Man: Homecoming” opens in theaters July 7, but don’t expect Kirsten Dunst to go see Sony’s second reboot of the “Spider-Man” franchise. As a matter of fact, she did not see the last installment either. “I don’t care,” the actress told Variety about the reboots. “Everyone likes our ‘Spider-Man.’ C’mon, am I right or what? Listen, I’d rather be in the first ones than the new ones.”

Read More: ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Trailer: Tom Holland Fights Michael Keaton in Upcoming Marvel Film

Dunst played Mary Jane Watson in Sam Raimi’s original trilogy. “I wanted to be in that movie so badly,” she told the magazine. “I loved it, and I wish we could have made a fourth.” However, Dunst revealed that her male co-stars got paid more than her. “Because I was young, I thought, ‘Oh wow, I’m getting paid a lot of money for the “Spider-Man” movies.
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Festival Feature: The Films of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

Chicago – The 16th Tribeca Film Festival wrapped last Sunday (April 30, 2017) and the award-winning films of the festival have been named. Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com was there for the first week of Tribeca and files his personal best of the films he experienced.

This is Patrick switching to first person, and I was able to see 13 media and film works, and took a turn in the “Immersive” or Virtual Reality arcade (there will a separate article on that experience). I sampled TV, short films, documentaries and narrative films, and rank them from first preferred on down, but honestly I didn’t see anything that I didn’t like, which is a testament to the programmers of this iconic film festival.

The following are the prime 13, and an indication of when they are scheduled to release…

Flower

Flower,’ Directed by Max Winkler

Photo credit: Tribeca Film Festival

What seems like a “Juno” rip-off,
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Steve Carell, Amy Schumer, Nicole Kidman to star in OddLot’s 'She Came To Me'

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Steve Carell, Amy Schumer, Nicole Kidman to star in OddLot’s 'She Came To Me'
Rebecca Miller to direct and produce comedic drama.

Steve Carell, Amy Schumer and Nicole Kidman will star in She Came To Me based on Miller’s screenplay.

The story of family and the complexities of modern life weaves together love stories and plays out against the world of contemporary opera and tugboats.

Miller will producethrough her Round Films with producing partner Damon Cardasis, alongside OddLot founder Gigi Pritzker and Rachel Shane.

Miller has written and directed Maggie’s Plan, The Private Lives Of Pippa Lee, The Ballad Of Jack And Rose, Personal Velocity, and Angela.

OddLot Entertainment recently co-produced and co-financed Taylor Sheridan’s Hell Or High Water.

The slate includes recent Sundance selection Landline, and National Geographic Channel’s first scripted series Genius, the Albert Einstein drama that receives its world premiere in Tribeca next month.
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