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Elisabeth Moss to Lead Alex Ross Perry’s ‘Queen of Earth’; Jamie Foxx Punches In Tyson Role; Domhnall Gleeson One of ‘The Revenant’

Before Listen Up Philip hits theaters this fall — and following a premiere at Sundance, where it was one of our favorite titles this year — writer-director Alex Ross Perry will reunite with Elisabeth Moss for the Joe Swanberg-produced Queen of Earth. Breaking from the dark-comedy stylings he’d fashioned in Impolex, The Color Wheel, and […]

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How Robert De Niro Became a Movie Star, the Power of Hitchcock, ‘Forrest Gump’ Re-Released, and More

Dailies is a round-up of essential film writing, news bits, and other highlights from our colleagues across the Internet — and, occasionally, our own writers. If you’d like to submit a piece for consideration, get in touch with us in the comments below or on Twitter at @TheFilmStage. At Vulture, read an excerpt from Glenn […]

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Head ‘Into the Woods’ With New Batch of Images From Disney’s Fairytale Musical

While we have yet to see any footage from the film yet, Disney’s adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim musical Into the Woods is still set to arrive at the tail end of the year. Ahead of a trailer, they’ve now released a batch of new images, which highlight much of the sprawling ensemble of this fairytale […]

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First Poster For Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’ Confirms 2015 Release In 70mm

With Quentin Tarantino finally confirming The Hateful Eight will be his next feature, the pieces are starting to fall into place. Shooting is set to begin early next year for the (mostly) one-location western and it looks like The Weinstein Company will be following the same pattern of release as his last, and most financially […]

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‘Basterds’ Breakdown, Matthew Modine Talks Kubrick, Lena Dunham on ‘The Big Chill,’ and More

Dailies is a round-up of essential film writing, news bits, and other highlights from our colleagues across the Internet — and, occasionally, our own writers. If you’d like to submit a piece for consideration, get in touch with us in the comments below or on Twitter at @TheFilmStage. Read Lena Dunham‘s essay on The Big Chill […]

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Watch Rian Johnson’s Two Cited Inspirations For ‘Star Wars: Episode VIII’

Considering various rumors surrounding J.J. Abrams‘ Episode VII hit a fever pitch mere moments after he was hired for the gig, any talk surrounding the upcoming Star Wars franchise seems like quality time squandered. However, today we have a worthwhile update from the Lucasfilm camp for a film we likely won’t see for another three-to-four years (I […]

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Watch Little-Seen Shorts from Carl Theodor Dreyer and Chantal Akerman

Between 1945′s Two People and 1955′s Ordet, Carl Theodor Dreyer spent years devoting his time to a number of documentary shorts. Among the more fascinating of these is The Struggle Against Cancer, a 10-minute piece that advises one on how to avoid the terrible disease — provided, fittingly, by The National Society for the Fight […]

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Listen to Studs Terkel’s 32-Minute Interview With Jacques Tati

What a meeting of minds. In 1962, the legendary Studs Terkel (The Good War, Hard Times) was sent to Paris for an interview with Jacques Tati, the latter of whom would soon begin work on his most beloved work, Playtime. The discussion thus covered earlier stages of his career — specifically “Mr. Hulot’s Holiday, conformity, […]

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TIFF 2014 Adds New Films From Jean-Luc Godard, Sion Sono, Kevin Smith, Takashi Miike, and More

After unveiling an initial line-up of a few dozen films, there’s still many premieres left to announce for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Today they’ve released tiles from their sidebars, the Documentary, Masters, Midnight Madness and Vanguard line-ups. Featuring some of our favorite Cannes premieres, including the latest works by Jean Luc-Godard, Frederick Wiseman, Abderrahmane […]

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Paul Greengrass Set For ‘Agent Storm,’ King Kong Origin Story ‘Skull Island’ Eyes Joe Cornish, and More

After crafting a worthy return last year with Captain Phillips, Paul Greengrass is now looking for his next project and he seems to be interested in the world of the CIA. Earlier this year he became attached to The Director, and now THR reports he’s looking to direct and possibly adapt the forthcoming book Agent Storm: My […]

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