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(2019)

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First collaboration between Amazon and Warner Bros. Amazon is providing more than a third of the film's budget and has exclusive streaming rights and distribution through their entertainment platform. Warner Bros. has control over theatrical and global distribution.
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Donna Tartt's novel spent 30 weeks on The New York Times Best Sellers list.
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In the book "The Goldfinch," Boris (played by Aneurin Barnard in the film) says "Oh, yes. Prince Boris! War and Peace. I'm named like him. Although the surname of Prince Boris is Drubetskoy." Aneurin Barnard played Boris Drubetskoy in the 2016 TV mini-series War & Peace (2016).
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The painting featured in the novel, The Goldfinch, is work by Carel Fabritius from 1654. It belongs to the collection of the Mauritshuis in The Hague, Netherlands. Author Donna Tartt first saw the painting 20 years before the release of the book.
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Editor Kelley Dixon's first theatrical film. By the time of production, she has been nominated for 9 Emmy Awards, including one win for her work on Breaking Bad (2008).
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Finn Wolfhard was not John Crowley's first choice for young Boris, as Crowley wanted to cast young Russian theatre actors from New York, but Wolfhard ultimately won the role by impressing Crowley and dialect coach Kristina Nazarevskaia in his audition with a perfect Russian accent.
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Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "The Goldfinch."
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Julianne Moore turned down the part of Theodore's mother, while Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson turned down the part of Hobie.
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To prepare for his role as young Boris, Finn Wolfhard worked with dialect coach, Kristina Nazarevskaia, and listened to Aneurin Barnard's speech patterns and watched the way Barnard moved in Dunkirk (2017) to match Barnard's portrayal of older Boris.
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The second film for Sarah Paulson in which the Metropolitan Museum of Art serves as a significant location to the plot, the first being Ocean's 8.
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Principal production began on January 23, 2018 in New York, NY. Production will later move to Europe.
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Harry Styles was considered for a role. Aneurin Barnard ended up being cast.
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John Crowley's first film since Brooklyn (2015).
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Sarah Paulson and Denis O'Hare appeared on American Horror Story.
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