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Terrence Malick’s ‘A Hidden Life’ Will Stay Intact for Theatrical Release, But Quentin Tarantino Eyes ‘Hollywood’ Expansion

As filmmakers spend all-nighters in the editing suite in order to submit their latest work in time for festival premieres, it’s no surprise that during the sometimes extensive wait between the first showing and a theatrical premiere, more tinkering is bound to be done. Today we have updates on two of the biggest films coming […]

Watch: Quentin Tarantino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt & Margot Robbie Discuss ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’ at Cannes Press Conference

With editing occurring up until the eve of Cannes (and we imagine past it), a version of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood made its world premiere at Cannes Film Festival. Our own Rory O’Connor was a fan, saying in his review, “Quentin Tarantino returns in a haze of cigarettes, cocktails, razzle-dazzle, and psychedelic […]

Christopher Nolan Rounds Out Cast for Action Epic ‘Tenet’

With production getting underway shortly for Christopher Nolan’s forthcoming action epic, we now have a confirmed cast and a titled, along with a few more details. Starring John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, and Robert Pattinson, along with the newly-added Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh, Clémence Poésy, Dimple Kapadia, and Michael Caine, the film, which evolves from […]

John Hillcoat to Direct ‘Witchfinder General’ Remake, Produced by Nicolas Winding Refn

After Nicolas Winding Refn came on board a few years ago to a remake of the 1968 historical horror classic Witchfinder General, originally directed by Michael Reeves, a new director has been found. Deadline reports John Hillcoat (The Proposition, The Road) will now be helming the project and Winding Refn will be producing. The original movie starred Vincent […]

Robert Pattinson to Play Batman in Matt Reeves’ Superhero Film

Update: Deadline has confirmed Pattinson has locked the role. After the last few years working with some of the best directors in Hollywood and beyond–Claire Denis, James Gray, the Safdies, and David Cronenberg, just to name a few–Robert Pattinson has been inching his way back into the studio arena. He’s set to star in Christopher […]

Chris Rock Will Reboot the ‘Saw’ Franchise

The Saw series has already proved that titling something The Final Chapter (at least on home video) does not mean the end of the series, and now the horror franchise has been given another life yet again, this time from an unexpected source. Chris Rock, mostly recognized for his comedic work, has been given the task […]

James Gray Prepares Autobiographical Feature ‘Armageddon Time’

Hardly one to waste an opportunity, James Gray has already lined up his post-Ad Astra (coming this fall! maybe!) picture. Whatever can be said for how that oft-delayed project turns out, it’s seemingly given incentive to go somewhere familiar: Variety tell us the film, Armageddon Time, concerns his mid-80s upbringing in Queens’ Kew-Forest School, its […]

Watch: A Seance Begins in First Clip from Bertrand Bonello’s ‘Zombi Child’

One of the best directors working today, Bertrand Bonello continually pushes boundaries in thrilling ways. Following his provocative terrorist thriller Nocturama, he’ll be paying homage to Jacques Tourneur with his next film, Zombi Child, premiering in Cannes Directors’ Fortnight tomorrow. Starting in 1962 in Haiti, it finds a man brought back to the dead, then 55 […]

Marion Cotillard Joins Adam Driver in Leos Carax’s Revived Musical ‘Annette’

After some Star Wars-related delays got in the way of production on Leos Carax’s musical Annette, the project is back on. Variety has reported that the still-attached Adam Driver and newly-added Marion Cotillard will star in the film, and that the on-and-off project has officially been revived by Charles Gilbert’s CG Cinema. The two lead actors will […]

Watch: First Two Clips from Céline Sciamma’s Romance ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’

After taking on the tumultuous period known as adolescence in Tomboy and Girlhood, Celine Sciamma turns to the 1760s for his next feature, Portrait of a Lady on Fire. Starring Adèle Haenel and Noémie Merlant, the film follows a woman who is tasked with painting a wedding portrait of a bride-to-be, though her subject is […]



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