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John Travolta, M. Night Shyamalan, and More Honor Bruce Willis Following Aphasia Diagnosis

Much of the film industry’s attention has been focused on Bruce Willis this week, as the actor announced Wednesday that he would be stepping away from performing due to his struggle with aphasia, a disease that makes it difficult to communicate and understand language. The difficult news marked the end of a storied Hollywood career […]

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Bill Murray Reunites With Wes Anderson, Tilda Swinton for Spain-Set Project (Exclusive)

Bill Murray is among the cast of Wes Anderson’s new film that will begin production in Spain in August, Variety has learned.Sources close to the project have confirmed Murray’s casting. The actor has appeared in nine of Anderson’s movies to date, excluding the new pic.The as-yet-untitled film also stars Tilda Swinton, as she revealed exclusively […]

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Wes Anderson to Shoot Next Film in Spain with Tilda Swinton: I’m ‘Not Ready to Share Details’

It’s looking to be a big year for filmmaker Wes Anderson, whose “The French Dispatch” is finally set to open in theaters October 22 from Searchlight Pictures after a July world premiere in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. Now comes confirmation from Variety that Anderson will begin filming his untitled next movie before “French […]

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‘Troop Zero’ Trailer Pits Allison Janney Against Viola Davis

After screening at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, Amazon Studios bought Troop Zero, the indie dramedy from rising directorial duo Bert & Bertie. Now, you can watch the first trailer of the film that feels like Moonrise Kingdom meets The Bad News Bears. Image via Amazon Studios/caption] Set in 1977, Troop Zero stars Mckenna Grace […]

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Tilda Swinton to Preside Over The Marrakech Film Festival

Tilda Swinton, the iconoclastic British actress and producer, is set to preside over the 18th edition of the Marrakech International Film Festival, succeeding to American director James Gray.Swinton, who won an Oscar and a BAFTA award for best supporting actress for “Michael Clayton,” has been leading an eclectic acting career. She has collaborated with prominent […]

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Karlovy Vary Delivers 10 World Premieres in Competition Lineup

Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival, the leading movie event in Central and Eastern Europe, unveiled its competition lineup Tuesday with a geographically diverse selection, which includes 10 world and two international premieres. The 54th edition of the festival runs June 28-July 6.Cambodia-born British filmmaker Hong Khaou brings the follow up to his critically acclaimed Sundance […]

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Five Things Tilda Swinton Loves About Cannes

The first time Tilda Swinton went to Cannes, it was for a film she hated. It was “Aria” in 1989, an omnibus title with contributions from Robert Altman, Jean-Luc Godard, Bruce Beresford, Nic Roeg, Charles Sturridge, Franc Roddam, and Derek Jarman. “We all got on like a house on fire,” she said. “A lot of […]

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‘Isle of Dogs’ Co-Writer Roman Coppola on Becoming Wes Anderson’s Collaborative Secret Weapon

While writer-director Wes Anderson deserves the credit for his chain of impressive features — and his latest, the stop-motion “Isle of Dogs,” marks one of his most vividly charming — he has long relied on a man whom Anderson calls his “Swiss Army knife”: screenwriter Roman Coppola.Anderson and Coppola’s collaboration led to their Original Screenplay […]

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