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deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Although he is not here in Telluride, Oscar winner Benicio Del Toro’s presence will be felt as the official start of the film festival gets under way in the early evening hours in the rockies. Del Toro has come aboard as Executive Producer of Viva, director Paddy Breathnach’s new film having its World Premiere here at 5pm (MT). 22 min 56 sec ago via jetli
shocktillyoudrop.com – The A Christmas Horror Story trailer is here RLJ Entertainment has revealed the trailer for A Christmas Horror Story, a clever anthology of three intertwined stories about the (un)happiest time of the year. Check out the A Christmas Horror Story trailer in the player below! 22 min 59 sec ago via brucelee
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fb.indiewire.com – The winning filmmaker will become a candidate for September Project of the Month. That winner will be in the running for Project of the Year. The four projects up for this week's Project of the Week are listed below (with descriptions courtesy of the filmmakers). 23 min 10 sec ago via donnieyen
slashfilm.com – There’s a good chance no one has ever thought that they’d like to see a movie that intersects the worlds of films such as Star Wars, Scarface, John Wick, Collateral, Terminator, Trainspotting, Saturday Night Fever and more. But that’s exactly what Antonio Maria Da Silva has done with a wholly strange, mesmerizing and fantastic cleverly edited short compiled by using clips from all these movies. 23 min 15 sec ago via brucelee
variety.com – Idris Elba trains child soldiers in the first full trailer for Netflix’s original movie “Beasts of No Nation.” “I will always protect you because you’re my son and a son always protects a father,” Elba tells his newest soldier in the gripping trailer. The film follows a young West African boy named Agu (Abraham Attah),... 23 min 15 sec ago via theothersenhman
horrorsociety.com – Horror Society - Your Voice for Independent Horror I love Christmas horror films almost as much as I like Halloween ones and we have a brand new trailer for the upcoming anthology horror film, A Christmas Horror Story. Look for the film to debut in theaters and VOD on October 2, 2015 from RLJ/Image Entertainment. The film is a clever anthology of 3 intertwined ... 23 min 23 sec ago via brucelee
fb.indiewire.com – It seems Terrence Malick isn't going to drop two movies this year. The director unveiled his latest, "Knight Of Cups," in Berlin in February, but it looks like neither his follow-up "Weightless" or his documentary "Voyage Of Time" will surface before the year is out. And "Knight Of Cups" won't even open theatrically until next year. 23 min 30 sec ago via brucelee
deadline.com – Asian-American actors and those representing them have seen a sea change in the number of roles that are available to them this year. The revolution is happening in a segment of the acting population that has been widely underserved for years, they say. Perhaps it is the concerted effort on the part of the networks and film studios, the writers who are growing up with a different perspective, and the international influx of money into the marketplace, but several people… 23 min 35 sec ago via jackiechan
cinemablend.com – The name's Jackman. Hugh Jackman. But it very well could be "James Bond," if comments the Aussie actor made on the record recently come to fruition. Hugh Jackman is very busy preparing to once again play Wolverine in a sequel that he has determined will be his final turn as the mutant hero. 23 min 51 sec ago via brucelee
thewrap.com – The new trailer for “Beasts of No Nation” evokes sadness and terror as we watch Idris Elba‘s character, Commandant, take in Agu and train him in the ways of war. Agu needs to reassess the meaning of family in the new trailer after his mother and father are killed and Commandant impresses him into his child army. 24 min 12 sec ago via donnieyen
feedproxy.google.com – The work of Neil LaBute can be a nasty business. Particularly in his early writings for stage or screen, LaBute's fiction placed an emphasis on humans with a flare for charismatic inhumanity, highlighting the worst aspects of society and its capacity for cruelty. A younger LaBute could, in fact, be so tough on audiences that his first play was received with violent booing.But much has changed since plays/films like In The Company of Men or The Shape of Things scandalized their audiences. 24 min 16 sec ago via brucelee
thewrap.com – With Force Friday underway, “Star Wars” fans the world over have taken to social media to share the first images of the new toys from Episode VII, “The Force Awakens.” The treasure trove of merchandise released provides a good look at BB-8 — the soccer ball style droid that has been prominently featured in the trailers — in action as it rolls around people’s homes. 24 min 19 sec ago via jackiechan