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Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS Official Trailer The post Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS Official Trailer appeared first on FilmoFilia. Watch the official trailer for Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS. With an ensemble cast headed by Christian Bale and supported by Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman and Imogen Poots, "Knight of Cups" centers around a screenwriter and his spiraling odyssey in the sexualized, hard-partying and urban landscape of Hollywood. The post Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS Official Trailer appeared first on FilmoFilia.

Deadline has learned that BLACK MASS and OUT OF THE FURNACE filmmaker Scott Cooper is in talks with Warner Bros. to direct WHITE KNIGHT, which is being described as a potential franchise starter in the vein of the Bond and Bourne movies. The action thriller is said to focus on a disgraced Secret Service agent who "takes a job protecting the family of an arms dealer, putting himself at the center of a... Read More...

Christian Bale Wants a Love Experience In Latest, Not-So-New 'Knight of Cups' Trailer It’s been a while since we’ve had new Knight of Cups footage, and it’s going to be even longer. A new trailer for the upcoming Terrence Malick film debuted on Tuesday, but sadly it’s not exactly new. Continue reading…

Arresting Images And Music Lead New Carol Trailer The Weinstein Company has released a new trailer for the Todd Haynes film Carol. Based on the Patricia Highsmith novel The Price of Salt, the film stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara as two women in the 1950s who fall in love despite the mores of the time. The trailer itself is nothing but images and music, revealing little of the plot and zero dialogue.

I feel like I say this often but the hype-train for Batman v Superman knows no breaks. An image of two actions figures that will be released alongside the movie has found it's way online, showing us both the caped crusader and the man of steel in all their action figure glory, as they strut down what looks like a devastated street in a city. Other than that there is nothing of substance that we can take away from these action figures and their design.


Carol review

Total Film - Mon, 2015-11-23 00:00

Carol review The look of love…He used to make bracing art-core films, but Todd Haynes and classic Hollywood style have got a thing going now.After riffs on Citizen

Watch: Beautiful New Trailer For 'Carol' Plus Anatomy Of A Scene And Listen To Carter Burwell's Full Score Are there any superlatives left for "Carol"? The ravishing drama starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara has been blanketed with praise since its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, and now, audiences can finally check out what critics have been swooning over.

Interview: Screenwriter Phyllis Nagy On Adapting CAROL Two years before Patricia Highsmith would earn acclaim with the release of her 1950 suspense novel, Strangers on a Train, she was working as a shopgirl selling dolls at a department store. Legend goes that one day an elegant, beautiful blond came to the store in search of a doll, casting an enchanting spell on young Pat Highsmith. At the time, Pat happened to be in the throes of chicken pox.

‘Carol’ Review: Cate Blanchett Radiates Passion in Todd Haynes’ Near-Perfect Masterpiece “Carol” fits the mold of director Todd Haynes‘ extraordinary work, in that it calls to mind other great films (“Brief Encounter,” “Brokeback Mountain,” even Haynes’ own “Far From Heaven”) while standing alone as its own unique creation. In the tradition of cineaste auteurs as far-ranging as Scorsese, Tarantino and Almodóvar, Haynes draws on a deep well of film knowledge. But he filters it through his own sensibility, whether he’s exploring his pop culture obsessions (Bob Dylan in “I’m Not There,” Karen Carpente

These 'Ant-Man' Bloopers Are Hilarious Paul Rudd, Michael Pena and the rest of the 'Ant-Man' cast can't stop dancing in this gag reel from the upcoming Blu-ray release.

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