It isn?t all kids shows and comedies over at Amazon Prime. The online store?s streaming video service is branching out in their original programming, and that includes developing a pilot from Paul Weitz called Mozart in the Jungle, which is said to be about sex, drugs and classical music. Click To Continue Reading
Malcolm McDowell (Franklin & Bash) is set to co-star opposite Gael García Bernal in Amazon’s comedy pilot Mozart In The Jungle, directed by Paul Weitz. Based on the memoir by Blair Tindal, the project, written by Roman Coppola, Jason...Show More Summary
Sundance award-winner and NYFF entry Who Is Dayani Cristal? sold international rights out of Park City in January. Now the immigration reform documentary by Marc Silver and actor/activist Gael García Bernal has secured a U.S. distributor. Show More Summary
As Amazon prepares to launch full seasons of its first two original TV shows, there are many more on the way, all as part of the company's overarching plan to make all non-Amazon forms of print, audio, and video obsolete. The latestShow More Summary
Now that their pilots have started rolling out, Amazon needs even more original shows to promote if they’re going go get people to shell out for Prime subscriptions. Next up: the Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Alex Timbers-written adaptation of Blair Tindall’s memoir Mozart In The Jungle, a comedy that... More »
EXCLUSIVE: Amazon continues to attract big names for its pilots. Feature actor Gael García Bernal (Y Tu Mamá También, Amores Perros, Babel) has been tapped for the streaming service’s comedy pilot Mozart in the Jungle, written by Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Alex Timbers. Show More Summary
Esperanto Kino, Itaca Films, BN Films and Canana are set to produce the Spanish-language film starring Gael Garcia Bernal. Jonas Cuaron — who co-wrote his father Alfonso Cuaron’s new film Gravity — directs Desierto, the tale of illegal immigrants who cross into the U.S. Show More Summary
I think it’s a good thing when parents are successful in a particular field and then use that success to help their children break into the same business, or just collaborate with them. For example, Francis Ford Coppola produced his … Continue reading ? The post Gael Garcia Bernal joins ‘Desierto’ appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
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While John Oliver keeps "The Daily Show" running this summer, Jon Stewart will be off working with Gael Garcia Bernal. According to The Wrap, the 34-year-old actor has been tapped to star in Stewart's "Rosewater," which is based on the book "Then They Came For Me: A Family's Story of Love, Captivity and Survival" by […]
Jon Stewart has cast Gael Garcia Bernal in the starring role of his directorial debut, Rosewater, which he will be shooting over the summer. Stewart has decided to take 12 weeks off from hosting The Daily Show in order to complete production on the movie, and he has decided that the Mexican star is the [...]Show More Summary
What is Casting Couch? Today it’s the last bits of casting news coming in for the week. That’s it, it’s the weekend, it’s time to see movies that are out, not read about movies that haven’t been made yet. Before we go though, let’s cap things off with news about Bond Girl Rosamund Pike. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart's true-life incarceration drama, 'Rosewater', has found its leading man in 'The Motorcycle Diaries' star Gael Garcia Bernal.
As previously announced, Jon Stewart is taking a break from The Daily Show beginning on June 10 to direct Rosewater, his adaptation of Iranian Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari’s memoir Then They Came For Me. Bahari’s book deals with...Show More Summary
The film is based off of Bahari's 2011 memoir, Then They Came for Me: A Family's Story of Love, Captivity, and Survival, and it will chronicle the harsh interrogations that the journalist experienced during his time behind bars. Filming is expected to take place this summer, with Stewart leaving The Daily Show in early June.
The Wrap has the exclusive on a big piece of casting news. Jon Stewart has selected Gael Garcia Bernal (The Science of Sleep, No) to play the lead in his directorial debut Rosewater. Stewart will take a 12-week hiatus from … Continue reading ?
Jon Stewart is taking a three-month Daily Show hiatus this summer while he helms Rosewater, his debut feature film. Stewart has now tapped Gael Garcia Bernal (Y Tu Mamá También, The Loneliest Planet, Babel) as his star. The film is based on Maziar Bahari's Then They Came for Me: A ... More »
Howdy do, everyone, it's Papa Vinyard here. Jon Stewart has recently made it plainly clear that he's taking a four-month hiatus this summer from his main gig as the host of "The Daily Show" to write and direct his first movie, entitled...Show More Summary