Already announced for the festival this year were opening film My Salinger Year starring Sigourney Weaver and Margaret Qualley, special screenings including Johnny Depp-fronted Minamata and Burstein’s docu-series Hillary, and an impressive TV lineup including Cate Blanchett starrer Stateless and Damien Chazelle’s Netflix series The Eddy. Most other festival strands have now been revealed, including Panorama, Generation and Forum. … [Read more...] about Berlin Film Festival Competition Lineup Revealed: Kelly Reichardt, Sally Potter, Abel Ferrara & Christian Petzold
Officials at MGM, Danjaq and Sony were unavailable for comment. Director Sam Mendes recently unveiled the cast and the title of the 24th Bond film, which marks the return of Daniel Craig as 007 for the fourth time. The film is set for release on November 6, next year. Mendes began filming the movie this month. … [Read more...] about Sony Hack Scandal: ‘Spectre’ Script Stolen!
NENT has been attracting international attention for its raft of originals with Hollywood stars. Projects include Swedish-Norwegian action thriller The Machinery featuring The Revenant and Mission: Impossible – Fallout star Kristoffer Joner, while Brendan Fraser is to star in The Professionals, a loose remake of the Christian Slater-fronted action movie Soldiers of Fortune for the platform, and Shades of Blue creator Adi Hasak is also working up Margeaux, an international drama about the Munich Olympic massacre. Keanu Reeves starred in Swedish Dicks, one of its first originals that aired on Pop TV in the U.S. … [Read more...] about ‘Swedish Dicks’ Backer Nordic Entertainment Group To Boost Drama Focus, Eyes Third Party Investment & Plans To Sell Non-Scripted Unit
To be clear, Mueller does not appear to have said Trump specifically could be charged post-presidency for obstruction. Still, Democrats can now thank Buck for getting Mueller on the record saying that a sitting president could be indicted post-presidency for obstruction crimes — crimes that some legal experts believe President Trump has committed as described in the Mueller report. … [Read more...] about Republican Ken Buck Scores Massive Own Goal in Mueller Questioning
Elsewhere in the nominations announced this morning, Ladj Ly’s Oscar candidate Les Miserables came up with 11 nods, including Best Film, First Film and Director. This is Ly’s debut feature, though he has had a notable career with documentaries and shorts. Les Misérables premiered in Cannes where it won the Jury Prize. Nicolas Bedos’ La Belle Epoque tied Les Misérables with 11. … [Read more...] about César Awards Nominations: Roman Polanski’s ‘An Officer And A Spy’ Leads With 12; Ladj Ly’s ‘Les Misérables’ Scores 11 – Full List