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Tim Burton returns to his love of oddball real-life stories with Big Eyes, a biopic on Walter and Margaret Keane, the artistic duo responsible for the Big Eyed kid craze of the 1950s and 60s. The Weinstein Company and Yahoo! have just released the first poster featuring stars Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams.Directed and produced by Tim Burton, Big Eyes is based on the true story of Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz), who was one of the most successful painters of the 1950s and early 1960s.

Tim Burton returns to his love of oddball real-life stories with Big Eyes, a biopic on Walter and Margaret Keane, the artistic duo responsible for the Big Eyed kid craze of the 1950s and 60s. The Weinstein Company and Yahoo! have just released the first poster featuring stars Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams.Directed and produced by Tim Burton, Big Eyes is based on the true story of Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz), who was one of the most successful painters of the 1950s and early 1960s.

‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2' Bumped From Christmas Day to 2015 Paramount has moved back “Hot Tub Time Machine” from this Christmas to Feb. 20, 2015. It's a wise move by Paramount, which not only has its hands full this awards season, but steers clear of Sony's James Franco-Seth Rogen comedy “The Interview,” which recently moved to Christmas Day from its original October release date. The day Sony moved “The Interview” to Christmas Day, TheWrap asked Paramount if it has plans to shift the “Hot Tub Time Machine” sequel, though a studio spokesperson said it did not.

Vacation Director John Francis Daley Teases Freaks and Geeks Reunion John Francis Daley has talked to Vulture three weeks into directing the new Vacation reboot, which he co-wrote with screenwriting partner Jonathan Goldstein (Horrible Bosses), and has offered a hint at a possible "Freaks and Geeks" reunion!

‘St. Vincent’ Review: Bill Murray Wallows in Feel-Good Clichés “St. Vincent” represents the kind of film that could simultaneously win Bill Murray an Oscar and leave an indelible black mark on his résumé. It's so thoroughly artificial that the Coke Zero you bought in the lobby will look like a shot of wheatgrass juice by comparison. See video: Bill Murray Gets Drunk, Visits Naomi Watts at Strip Club in ‘St. Vincent’ Trailer (Video) When it comes to feel-good clichés, “St.

Andrew Jay Cohen Takes A Thrill Ride Bad Neighbours writer to direct horror comedyFollowing the success of Bad Neighbours, writer Andrew Jay Cohen has wrangled himself a promotion for his next gig. He'll step up to direct Thrill Ride, based on a pitch that he and his writing cohort Brendan O'Brien have cooked up.Fox bought the idea, and Cohen and O'Brien will also produce along with Chernin Entertainment. The story involves the senior class at a high school where bullying is rife.

'Ghostbusters 3' Adds New Screenwriter, Confirms Female Stars

2:34 PM 10/8/2014 by Jeff Giles
Ghostbusters 3
After a quarter-century of stops and starts, it appears as though a third installment in the Ghostbusters franchise may actually be coming together -- and it even looks like the most recent of the many, many rumors surrounding the project might even have been on target.

I bring forth a little featurette called “Living Life” as well as a clip in which Bill Murray sort of sings along to Bob Dylan’s “Shelter From The Storm”. St. Vincent is such a Bill Murray movie in the best way possible and if you’re not convinced yet, there’s this great clip from the movie […] Read Bob Dylan and Living Life with Bill Murray in St. Vincent on Filmonic.

Sorry to burst your bubble, but filming a sex scene for a movie is one pretty awkward affair. You and someone you've started developing a decent work relationship with have to strip naked and pretend to get all hot and bothered while pressing your bodies against each other and heavily breathing in each other's faces. Even more awkward? How about the director shouting, "Great fucking!" Continue reading…

Watch: New Trailer For HBO's 'Olive Kitteridge' Starring Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Richard Jenkins And More We've said it before and we'll keep saying it—the line between TV and movies is continuing to blur, and we don't really care, as long as great stories are being told. Earlier this year, the HBO miniseries "Olive Kitteridge" screened in full at the Venice Film Festival, and why not? The talent is all top shelf, with Lisa Cholodenko directing a cast that includes Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Richard Jenkins, Zoe Kazan and more.

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