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Lynne Ramsay Sets Joaquin Phoenix Reunion with ‘Polaris,’ Also Starring Rooney Mara

Lynne Ramsay has her sights set on a reunion with her “You Were Never Really Here” star Joaquin Phoenix. During a visit to the Valencia International Film Festival (a.k.a. Cinema Jove), where she was presented with the Luna de Valencia Award, Ramsay revealed Phoenix will lead one of her upcoming new movies. Details on the […]

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Lynne Ramsay’s Says ‘Polaris’ Film Will Star Joaquin Phoenix & Rooney Mara; Is Adapting A Margaret Atwood Story

Scottish filmmaker Lynne Ramsay is reportedly going to be reuniting with her “You Were Never Really Here” star and Oscar-winner Joaquin Phoenix for a newly announced project titled “Polaris,” with Phoenix’s partner, actress Rooney Mara (“The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo“) taking a role alongside him. Details on the new film are being kept under […]

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Lynne Ramsay to Direct Stephen King Adaptation ‘The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon’

Lynne Ramsay, the auteur behind “We Need to Talk About Kevin” and Joaquin Phoenix’s “You Were Never Really Here,” is set to direct an adaptation of a Stephen King novel, “The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.The adaptation is set up at Village Roadshow Pictures. Ramsay also […]

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Krzysztof Penderecki Dies: Influential Composer With Music in ‘The Shining’ and ‘Twin Peaks’ Was 86

Polish composer and conductor Krzysztof Penderecki, whose often disturbing and challenging avant-garde music has turned up in films from “The Shining” to “The Exorcist” and “Children of Men,” and as recently as the TV series “Twin Peaks: The Return,” died at his home in Krakow on Sunday, March 29. He was 86 years old.Penderecki’s greatest […]

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Warner Bros. Laughing All The Way To The Bank With ‘Joker’: $94M Debut Reps Records For October, Todd Phillips, Joaquin Phoenix & Robert De Niro

Updated, Late Friday Pm w/chart: Joker continues to rob a record amount of cash from the October box office with Friday looking at an increased $39.8M, now putting the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow/Bron Studios pic’s 3-day at $94M. One rival distribution source believes that Joker, in play at 73 offshore territories, is heading to a worldwide […]

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Ethan Hawke Wins Best Actor at the Spirit Awards, and the Oscar Should’ve Been Next

Ethan Hawke has won the Indie Spirit Award for Best Male Lead thanks to his performance in Paul Schrader’s “First Reformed.” The victory is the latest in a long line of award wins Hawke received this season, including Best Actor accolades from major critic groups such as the New York Film Critics Circle and the […]

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Spirit Awards Live Stream: How To Watch The 2019 Indie Spirits

Per tradition, the Film Independent Spirit Awards is the final Oscar season stop before the Academy Awards. This year’s ceremony is being hosted by Aubrey Plaza and will once again take place on the beach in Santa Monica, California. Jeremiah Zagar’s narrative debut “We the Animals” leads the nominations with five, followed by “Eighth Grade,” […]

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DGA Criticized for Women Director Shut Out: Lenny Abrahamson, Julia Hart, and More Speak Out

Directors and film journalists are reacting in fury to the film nominations for the 2019 Directors Guild of America Awards. The DGA announced nominees earlier today for Feature Film and First-Time Feature Film, and all 10 contenders are men. Nominees for Feature Film are Bradley Cooper (“A Star Is Born”), Alfonso Cuarón (“Roma”), Peter Farrelly […]

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‘The Favourite’ Dominates the British Independent Film Awards

Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Favourite” definitely lived up to its name at the British Independent Film Awards on Sunday, where it won 10 awards, including best director, best screenplay and best British independent film of 2018.The awards were handed out at Old Billingsgate in London.Lanthimos’ twisted period piece won in a category whose other nominees were […]

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‘The Favourite’ Dominates Bifa Craft Awards With 5 Big Wins

Ahead of its annual awards show, the British Independent Film Awards have unveiled their winners for a number of craft categories, including such key categories as best cinematography and best effects. This year’s batch of winners is led by Yorgos Lanthimos’ raucous period drama “The Favourite,” which dominated the field with five major wins, including […]

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