Maxim Roy, who recurs on the Freeform series Shadowhunters, has been cast in Oscar nominee Denys Arcand's upcoming thriller Le triomphe de l’argent (The Triumph of Money). Set to begin production in September, the film is inspired by the shooting at the Flawnego boutique in Old Montreal in March 2010, a story that galvanized the city. Show More Summary
When it comes to Best Picture contenders, I tend to group them into two categories. The first category is what I call the “skinny” contender, meaning that the film is likely to figure into just a few high-profile categories — typically picture, director, screenplay, and one or two acting races ... More »
Ellen Burstyn is returning to the New York stage in Classic Stage Company’s production of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It. Directed by the company’s Artistic Director John Doyle, with music by Stephen Schwartz, the Tony/Oscar/Emmy-winning...Show More Summary
The Toronto Film Festival, known for screening the best of the film industry and launching Oscar buzz, made its first major lineup announcement July 25. The list did not disappoint; premieres include anticipated projects from filmmakers...Show More Summary
By H. Perry Horton Quite simply one of the most intriguing short films of 2017. The article Short of the Day: Oscar Isaac is ‘Lightningface’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Next Month, These Two Men Will Turn a Manhattan Church Into ‘The Oscar Wilde Temple’ For two months, David McDermott and Peter McGough will transform a Manhattan chapel into The Oscar Wilde Temple to honor his struggles against queerphobia Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
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Peach Pyramid is the project of British Columbia's Jen Severtson, who couches heavy themes of abuse and trauma within her bright, surf-inflected indie-pop. Severtson is signed to Oscar St. Records, the new label founded by the New Pornographers' Kathryn Calder, who also produced her upcoming debut Repeating Myself alongside engineer Colin Stewart. The full album…
Everyone knew a "Wonder Woman" sequel was coming, but not during what's typically considered Oscars (and Star Wars) season. "Wonder Woman 2" is taking advantage of Lucasfilm's decision to release "Star Wars: Episode IX" in May 2019 instead...Show More Summary
Less than a month after Olivia de Havilland sued Ryan Murphy and FX with a multi-claim lawsuit over her depiction in the now multi-Emmy nominated Feud: Bette And Joan, the 101-year old two-time Oscar winner today formally asked the courts...Show More Summary
Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, You may recall this bizarre incident that occurred last month in Venezuela. A rogue police officer by the name of Oscar Perez, who is also well known in Venezuela for starring in several B-rated...Show More Summary
Interesting… As we reported back in March, Amy Schumer dropped out as the lead of the upcoming live-action Barbie movie, citing scheduling conflicts. After months of searching, it's rumored Sony is ready to fill the void with Oscar winner Anne Hathaway! Related: Anne Smokes Weed! While this deal is definitely not set in stone, the movie directed by Australian [...]
Sony Pictures wants Oscar winning actress Anne Hathaway to star in their upcoming Barbie comedy, with Alethea Jones eyed to direct.
Jessica Chastain is looking flawless on the cover of Elle Canada‘s September 2017 issue. Here’s what the Oscar nominated actress had to share with the mag: On claiming her place: “Everyone has to learn how to live in an environment that has not made it easy for women to claim their place, so I think [...]
Following the exit of Amy Schumer from Sony Pictures’ upcoming Barbie feature film, Oscar winner Anne Hathaway is the focus of rumors about who will wind up as Barbie. Deadline.com reports that Hathaway, who won an Oscar in 2013 for...
Starring Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Noah Jupe and Oscar Isaac The post Suburbicon Photos: First Look at George Clooney’s New Film appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
"[In September,] the artist duo McDermott & McGough will unveil the Oscar Wilde Temple, a public installation at the Church of the Village in New York's West Village neighborhood.... Forced to repress his homosexuality for the majority of his life, Wilde is presented in McDermott & McGough's piece as a martyr of sorts - […]
The Toronto International Film Fest is one of The A.V. Club’s favorites. It’s efficiently run, it doesn’t have the insanity of Cannes, and Canada’s a chill place to visit. Plus, it gets damn near every movie worth checking out in a given calendar year, it feels like. Show More Summary
In announcing the first wave of their 2017 slate today, the Toronto International Film Festival is not only telling a lot about their own fest this year, but also basically confirming several titles that will premiere first in Venice...Show More Summary
This week, the 11th annual Spirited Awards — essentially the Oscars of the drinks world — crowned New York City's BlackTail the Best New American Cocktail Bar. While only less than a mile away from owners Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry's...Show More Summary