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Elisabeth Moss in First Trailer for HBO's New Short Film 'Tokyo Project'

"You ever spend the night with a stranger?" HBO has unveiled a trailer for a short film they're debuting this October. Tokyo Project is a 30-minute short from director Richard Shepard (Dom Hemingway, The Hunting Party, The Matador), produced by Lena Dunham. Ebon Moss-Bachrach stars as Sebastian, a man on a business trip to Tokyo. He keeps running into a mysterious woman named Claire, as played by Elisabeth Moss. They eventually hook up, but also end up dealing with their own sordid pasts. Co-starring Shu Kakizawa. This obviously reminds me of Lost in Translation, but hopefully it's a bit different. I am always up for anything with Elisabeth Moss, because she is so talented, and this looks like it could be good. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Richard Shepard's short film Tokyo Project, from YouTube: On a business trip to Tokyo, Japan, Sebastian explores the city with
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Miramax Boards Horror-Thriller ‘Perfection’ With ‘Girls’ Director Richard Shepard

Miramax Boards Horror-Thriller ‘Perfection’ With ‘Girls’ Director Richard Shepard
Miramax Films has preemptively bought rights to the horror-thriller “The Perfection,” with “Girls” director Richard Shepard attached.

Shepard wrote the script with the writing team of Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder. “The Perfection” centers on a pair of cello prodigies and their sinister obsession.

Miramax will finance and CEO Bill Block will produce with Shepard and Stacey Reiss. The producers are aiming to start production in early 2018.

Shepard directed 12 episodes of HBO’s “Girls,” including the “One Man’s Trash,” “American Bitch,” and “Panic in Central Park.” He also directed the pilots for “Criminal Minds” and “Ugly Betty,” winning both an Emmy and Directors Guild award for the latter, and sold his short “Tokyo Project,” starring Elisabeth Moss, to HBO.

Shepard’s last feature film was 2013’s “Dom Hemingway,” a dark comedy starring Jude Law, Richard E. Grant, Demián Bichir, and Emilia Clarke.

Miramax was sold by its private equity owners in 2015 to beIN Media Group, which
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Miramax Buys Richard Shepard’s Next Pic, ‘The Perfection’

Miramax Buys Richard Shepard’s Next Pic, ‘The Perfection’
Exclusive: Hot on the heels of its Toronto domestic rights sale of I, Tonya to 30West and Neon, Miramax Films has acquired The Perfection, which will be the next film directed by The Matador and Dom Hemingway helmer Richard Shepard. Shepard wrote the script with Eric Charmelo & Nicole Snyder. Pic is a horror-thriller about two cello prodigies and a sinister obsession that drives the dark pursuit of perfection. Miramax Films will finance, and CEO Bill Block will produce…
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‘Girls’: Richard Shepard On That Shocking Moment From ‘American Bitch’ That Wasn’t In The Script [Emmy Interview]

Lena Dunham’s “Girls” didn’t go quietly into the night in its six and final season. Dunham and producing partner Jenni Konner continued to push the creative boundaries of the half-hour “comedy” format. One of their most impressive endeavors was “American Bitch” which was written by Dunham and directed by series veteran Richard Shepard (“The Matador,” “Dom Hemingway”).

The season’s third episode finds Hannah (Dunham) agreeing to meet a noted author Chuck Palmer (a fantastic Matthew Rhys) after she’s published a story with allegations that he coerced college students into having sex with him.

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Coffee, Sake and Ambien: Writer/Director Richard Shepard on His Tribeca ’17 Short Film, Tokyo Project

An unexpected pleasure at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, Tokyo Project is a romantic drama with a psychological twist starring Elisabeth Moss and Ebon Moss-Bacharach and directed by Richard Shepard, whose career traverses dark comedies like The Matador and Dom Hemingway as well as some of the most memorable episodes of TV’s Girls. But what’s unexpected about this story of two American wanderers who hook up in Tokyo while both seemingly escaping their normal lives is, simply, its existence. The half-hour work is beautifully acted and shot (by Giles Nuttgens), coursing with a kind of romantic cinephilia, and, unlike other […]
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Emilia Clarke Joins Han Solo 'Star Wars' Movie

Six years ago, Emilia Clarke burst into popular consciousness during the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones. Her character, Daenerys Targaryen, began as a naive and submissive young woman who soon emerged as a far stronger personality than might have been anticipated. Throughout the course of the series, Daenerys has overcome one setback after another, rising to become a powerful ruling force. In concert with her character, Clarke has risen from relative obscurity to immense popularity over the past few years. She has been quite selective about the movies in which she's appeared since the series hit it big, starting with supporting roles in Spike Island and Dom Hemingway before she landed a starring role as Sarah Connor in Terminator Genisys (above left). The...

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Emilia Clarke Joins Han Solo ‘Star Wars’ Spinoff

Few actresses have had the near instant ascension that Emilia Clarke has already achieved in her career. She arrived almost out of nowhere to great acclaim as Daenerys Targaryen in “Game Of Thrones,” and outside of the blockbuster series she’s had mixed success with a role in the underrated “Dom Hemingway,” co-starring in this summer’s sleeper hit “Me Before You,” and playing Sarah Connor in the failed franchise reboot “Terminator Genisys.” Now, she’s getting ready to go to a galaxy far, far way.

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Emilia Clarke joins untitled Han Solo 'Star Wars' film

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Emilia Clarke joins untitled Han Solo 'Star Wars' film
The star of Game Of Thrones and this year’s summer breakout Me Before You is the latest name to board the stand-alone sci-fi adventure.

Clarke joins Rules Don’t Apply star Alden Ehrenreich as the young Solo and Donald Glover as the young Lando Calrissian.

The action will take place in a galaxy far, far away before events in the original Star Wars trilogy. The news broke on Friday on

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, who broke out with The Lego Movie, are on board to direct the project and Disney has earmarked a 2018 release.

Clarke portrays Daenerys Targaryen in Game Of Thrones and her credits include Terminator Genisys and Dom Hemingway.

Expected in 2017 are Phillip Noyce crime thriller Above Suspicion, which Sierra/Affinity introduced to international buyers in Cannes and Gersh represents in the Us, and supernatural thriller Voice From The Stone, which 13 Films represents for international sales.
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Movie News: See 'Baywatch' Cast Run on the Beach; 'Wolverine 3' Villain Chosen

Baywatch: Dwayne Johnson shared the latest photo from Baywatch, showcasing the lead players -- left to right: Kelly Rohrbach, Alexandra Daddario, Priyanka Chopra, Johnson, Zac Efron, Jon Bass -- running on the beach. Johnson captioned the photo: "We are the reason you feel safe on the sand. We are also literally running iconically in [slow-motion] because apparently that makes everyone's kibbles and bits look sexy." Look for the movie in theaters on May 19, 2017. [Instagram]   Wolverine 3: Richard E. Grant (Dom Hemingway, above) has been cast as "a villainous mad-scientist type" in the third, currently untitled movie revolving around the Marvel comic book mutant Wolverine (Hugh Jackman). Production is scheduled to get underway next month under...

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'The Hateful Eight' Interview with Demian Bichir | Exclusive

'The Hateful Eight' Interview with Demian Bichir | Exclusive
With a filmography that spans nearly 40 years, Demi&#225n Bichir has had more than his fair share of ups and downs throughout his career. In the mid-80s, he moved to New York and then Los Angeles to pursue his craft, but he was eventually drawn back to Mexico, where he became one of his home country's biggest box office stars. He won an Ariel Award, the Mexican equivalent of an Oscar, for his role in 'Til Death in 1994, and his 1999 blockbuster Sex, Shame and Tears became the highest-grossing movie in the country's history. While he was a bona fide star in Mexico, he would only gain the attention of American audiences nearly a decade later

His portrayal of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in 2008's Che (Part 1) and Che (Part 2) helped put Demi&#225n Bichir on one Hollywood map, as well as his portrayal of Tijuana mayor/drug kingpin Esteban Reyes on Showtime's Weeds.
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Rocket Pictures’ Yu-Fai Suen to Lead Pinewood Pictures

London — Yu-Fai Suen, the chief operating officer at Elton John’s Rocket Pictures, is set to become managing director of Pinewood Pictures, the movie production and financing arm of Pinewood Studios Group. Robert Norris will take up a new position as senior VP of Pinewood Pictures.

Before joining Rocket, Suen held senior roles at Aramid Capital Partners and Momentum Pictures, and was involved in the film financing of “District 9,” “Blue Valentine” and “Bronson,” amongst others, as well as arranging a number of studio slate deals and corporate media transactions.

At Pinewood, Suen will administer Pinewood’s own investments and those of its client funds, including the Isle of Man Media Development Fund and the Welsh government’s Media Investment Budget. He will join the company on March 7.

Pinewood Pictures’ past projects include “Spooks: The Greater Good” and “Pressure,” which it distributed in the U.K., “Belle,” “Dom Hemingway,” “Genius” and upcoming action comedy “Mindhorn,
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'Alien: Covenant' Adds 'Hateful Eight' Star Demian Bichir

'Alien: Covenant' Adds 'Hateful Eight' Star Demian Bichir
As director Ridley Scott continues the pre-production process in Australia for his highly-anticipated Alien: Covenant, the growing cast has yet another new addition. The Hollywood Reporter reveals that The Hateful Eight star Demi&#225n Bichir has signed on, but no details were given regarding his role. We reported earlier this month that production will begin in April, on location in Sydney, Australia.

Demian Bichir joins a cast that includes Prometheus star Michael Fassbender, who returns as the android David, along with franchise newcomers Katherine Waterston and Danny McBride. Ridley Scott teased last month that he's aiming for a hard R rating, which makes sense since all of the previous Alien movies were R except Alien Vs. Predator. While no official plot details have been given yet, we know this will be the first in a new trilogy that will eventually lead up to the original Alien.

Ridley Scott is directing
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Pinewood, Peter Gerwe Set Up Television Company

London — Production facilities company Pinewood Group has set up Pinewood Television as a joint venture with Peter Gerwe’s StoryFirst Pst to create, develop and finance high-quality television drama series for the international market. Helen Gregory, the co-creator and co-executive producer of Shondaland/ABC’s new series “The Catch,” has been appointed creative director and will lead the company.

Pinewood Television is expected to be both an originating producer and a co-producing partner for major drama projects looking for deficit funding, Pinewood said. It is in the process of arranging long-term external financing from a group of investors and banks to invest directly into its slate.

Pinewood Television aims to be a one-stop shop, developing strong partnerships with producers, and providing them with development and deficit financing. It seeks to become a “mainstream originator and financier, building a library of TV content, and once financed, it will have the ability to facilitate the development,
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The Hateful Eight movie review: all hat, no cattle

Inexcusably self-indulgent. Tarantino gratifies his enormous self-love and his amusement at his own genius at the expense of all else. I’m “biast” (pro): loved Tarantino’s last two films…

I’m “biast” (con): …but really hate some of his films, too

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Damn. So after the marvels of Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino has swung back to the Kill Bill style of filmmaking, which I described in my review of Basterds as a cinematic “circle jerk in which he and his fans get off on one another and how clever they all are to be such rapacious film geeks.” With the inexcusably self-indulgent The Hateful Eight, Tarantino has returned to the gratification of his enormous self-love and his amusement at his own genius at the expense of all else.

There are no characters to like in Eight.
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Pinewood Pictures hires Courtney Noble ahead of Afm

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Acquisitions exec joins from Goldcrest.

Courtney Noble has joined Pinewood Pictures as its new head of acquisition and development, ahead of the American Film Market (Afm) (Nov 4-11).

Noble joins from Goldcrest Films International, which she joined in January 2013 as head of acquisition and development.

She was previously VP of acquisitions at Fortissimo Films, where she secured Terence DaviesSunset Song and oversaw international and world premieres for titles including Winter’s Bone and Martin Scorsese’s Shine A Light.

Robert Norris, commercial director at Pinewood Pictures said: “We are delighted to have Courtney joining the team to help us both develop and acquire great film and television projects, for the Isle of Man, Wales and Pinewood.”

Pinewood Pictures is part of the Pinewood Group, funding TV and film productions, as well as games, on behalf of the Isle of Man Media Fund and The Welsh Government’s Media Investment Budget. It also invests
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'Game of Thrones' Season 6 Lands Richard E. Grant

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'Game of Thrones' Season 6 Lands Richard E. Grant
Game of Thrones normally uses its Comic-Con panel every summer to announce the new casting additions for each season, but that tradition was broken this year. The show still hasn't made any official casting announcements to date, but news has started to trickle out from unconventional sources. Today, we have a report from Watchers on the Wall, which reveal that veteran British actor Richard E. Grant has signed on for an unspecified role in Season 6. It isn't known if he has started filming or not.

The news of his casting was spotted on the actor's official resume page on his talent agency's website, but the listing was removed shortly thereafter. There are still a number of roles that have yet to be cast, such as Randyll Tarly, the father of Samwell Tarly, Aeron Greyjoy, Lord Karstark and Smalljon Umber, so it's possible that Richard E. Grant could be playing any one of those roles.
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The Best Movie You Never Saw: Dom Hemingway

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Welcome to The Best Movie You Never Saw, a column dedicated to examining films that have flown under the radar or gained traction throughout the years, earning them a place as a cult classic or underrated gem that was either before it’s time and/or has aged like a fine wine. This week, we’ll be looking at F*@#!%& Dom Hemingway. The Story: Twelve years ago, Dom... Read More...
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Terminator Genisys movie review: back from the future… again

I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I’m “biast” (pro): love the early films in the franchise…

I’m “biast” (con): …but it should have been left alone

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

I have this terrible feeling of deja vu.

I have this terrible feeling of deja vu.

The Summer of Franchise Movies That Just Makes Me Want to Go Back and Watch the Original Film continues. (See also Jurassic World, Minions, Poltergeist and so on.) The Terminator universe picks up the death knell of 2009’s Salvation with Genisys, in which the time-travel jiggery-pokery that has been futzing with its own mythology in ways that do it no favors now jumps back into the events of the
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Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke has such star presence that it’s not hard to understand why her fame has risen alongside hit HBO series Game of Thrones. But although fans may think they know all there is to know about the celebrity, there’s a few more tidbits out there. Here are ten things you didn’t know about Emilia Clarke.

1. She decided at the age of just 3 years old to become an actress.

Emilia’s father was a sound engineer for the theatre, and she regularly went along to his place of work. At the age of three she was taken to see the musical ‘Show Boat’. ““I clapped over my head because I was so mesmerised.” she told the Evening Standard.

2. She was teased for her eyebrows at school

“My mom had rules when I was growing up: Don’t do drugs, don’t have sex, and don’t touch your eyebrows.
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Emilia Clarke Is In "Vogue"

Sneak Peek new images of "Game Of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke aka 'Daenerys Targaryen', dressed in Christian Dior, for a recent issue of British "Vogue", photographed by Paolo Roversi :

Clarke was nominated for a 2013 Emmy for 'Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series' in "Game Of Thrones"...

...played Jude Law’s daughter in "Dom Hemingway" (2013), starred as 'Holly Golightly' on Broadway in "Breakfast At Tiffany’s", and will soon be seen as 'Sarah Connor' in "Terminator Genisys".

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Emilia Clarke for "Vogue"...
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