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You Can Now Buy a Puzzle Featuring That Severed Head From ‘Hereditary’

Puzzles are back in a big way this year! Why? Because we’re all stuck in our goddamn houses (or at least we’re supposed to be). The folks at A24, who sometimes make movies when they’re not selling wildly overpriced tchotchkes, have decided to get in on the action and release three mini-puzzles featuring images pulled from their films. Two of the puzzles are harmless and kind of cute – one features the cast that Saoirse Ronan wore in Lady Bird, and the other is the black opal that ruins Adam San...
Tags: Movies, Hereditary, A24, Adam Sandler, Cool Stuff, Saoirse Ronan, Charlie, Ronan, Lady Bird, Uncut Gems, Charlie Milly Shapiro


Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan, and David Oyelowo to Star in a Murder Mystery

Cinematic murder mysteries are back in style, and Searchlight Pictures has a new one coming up that we’re very excited about. Sam Rockwell (Jojo Rabbit, Seven Psychopaths), Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird, Little Women), and David Oyelowo (Selma, Interstellar) have signed on to star in an untitled murder mystery set in the 1950s, with Rockwell and Ronan playing partners trying to solve the crime. Deadline reports the news about the new Sam Rockwell murder mystery, pointing out that Rockwell will be ...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Casting, Bbc, Netflix, Thriller, Fox Searchlight, David Oyelowo, Agatha Christie, Todd Margaret, Oyelowo, Sam-Rockwell, Ronan, Rockwell, Mystery/Suspense


Ronan, Rockwell & Oyelowo Team Up for New Murder Mystery Film

Ronan, Rockwell & Oyelowo team up for new murder mystery film According to Deadline, four-time Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan, Oscar winner Sam Rockwell and Golden Globe nominee David Oyelowo have officially signed on to star in an untitled murder mystery pic set at Searchlight Pictures. RELATED: CS Interview: Saoirse Ronan Talks Docudrama Romance Ammonite PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoR...
Tags: UK, London, Movies, Disney, Brooklyn, Selma, Wes Anderson, Oscar, Kate Winslet, George Clooney, Grand Budapest Hotel, Ava Duvernay, Martin Luther King Jr, David Oyelowo, Saoirse Ronan, Golden Globe


CS Interview: Saoirse Ronan Talks Docudrama Romance Ammonite

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Saoirse Ronan Talks Docudrama Romance Ammonite Ammonite is now playing in theaters and, based on critical reactions, already looks like an Oscar contender. To celebrate the film’s release, we spoke with the great Saoirse Ronan, who dropped some interesting insights into the production, her chemistry with Kate Winslet and the challenges of working on the film. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}...
Tags: England, Movies, Interview, Lionsgate, Brooklyn, Wes Anderson, Kate Winslet, Francis, Kate, Greta Gerwig, Charlotte, Saoirse Ronan, Mary, Hanna, Winslet, Ronan


‘Ammonite’ Trailer: Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan Are Star-Crossed Lovers

Ahead of the its premiere in the U.K. at the close of the BFI London Film Festival, Lionsgate U.K. has debuted a new trailer for Ammonite. The windswept lesbian romance film stars Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan as a paleontologist and a miserable housewife who strike up a star-crossed romance for the ages. Watch the Ammonite trailer. Ammonite Trailer Written and directed by Francis Lee, Ammonite is the stuff of awards contender dreams: an LGBT period drama romance headlined by an Oscar ...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Gay, Oscar, Kate-Winslet, Movie Trailers, Charlotte, Saoirse-Ronan, Mary, Lee, Barry Lyndon, Ronan, Mary Anning, Lionsgate Films, Jason Gorber, James McArdle


‘Ammonite’ Review: Kate Winslet and Saorise Ronan Lead a Chilly LGBTQ Drama [TIFF 2020]

In the windswept, dreary coastal English town of Lyme Regis lives Mary Anning (Kate Winslet), a paleontologist who searches on the muddy beaches for fossils such from prehistoric creatures that gives Ammonite its name. Living with her mother (Gemma Jones), the two run a tourist friendly shop peddling tiny rocks to those wanting to have a tiny sense of wonder. In her youth Mary found a particularly spectacular specimen, a nearly intact ichthyosaur, that’s on display without crediting the di...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Features, Movie Reviews, Kate Winslet, Gemma Jones, Charlotte, Mary, Lee, Winslet, Barry Lyndon, Ronan, Roderick, Francis Lee, Saorise Ronan, Featured Stories Sidebar


‘Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles’ Movie in the Works at DreamWorks Animation

Last year, Reno: 911! star and successful screenwriter Thomas Lennon (The Night at the Museum films) made his first foray into the world of young adult novels with Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles, an adventure following a young Irish boy who joins a secret police force devoted to handling the misdeeds of magical creatures. Now a Ronan Boyle movie is in the works at DreamWorks Animation, with Lennon on board to write the screenplay. Variety reports that Thomas Lennon will write the scri...
Tags: Action/Adventure, Adaptation, Animation, Dreamworks, Family Films, Mystery/Suspense, Fergal Reilly, Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles, Thomas-Lennon


Ammonite Trailer Starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Ammonite trailer starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan NEON has released the official trailer for writer-director Francis Lee’s upcoming romantic drama film Ammonite, featuring Oscar winner Kate Winslet as Mary Anning and four-time Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan as Charlotte as their characters formed an unexpected bond with each other. The film will have its world premiere next month at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival and is scheduled to hit the theaters on N...
Tags: Video, UK, England, Movies, Wes Anderson, Oscar, Kate Winslet, Greta Gerwig, Neon, Charlotte, Saoirse Ronan, Mary, Winslet, Ronan, Lady Bird, Francis Lee


‘Ammonite’ Trailer: Saoirse Ronan and Kate Winslet Begin a Forbidden Love Affair

After making waves in Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women last year, Saoirse Ronan is back with more period drama in Ammonite, and Kate Winslet is coming with her. Intended as one of the official selections for both the 2020 Cannes Film Festival and 2020 Telluride Film Festival, Ammonite is now slated to premiere at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival. That means the movie is a likely contender for the upcoming awards season, which is bound to be a weird one thanks to all the mov...
Tags: London, Movies, Romance, Drama, Kate-Winslet, Movie Trailers, Greta Gerwig, Charlotte, Saoirse-Ronan, Mary, Ronan, Francis Lee, Mary Anning, Saorise Ronan, Alec Secareanu, Ammonite


‘Hanna’ Season 3 Has Been Ordered by Amazon Studios

The pint-sized assassin will kill again. Amazon Studios announced that it has ordered Hanna season 3, renewing the action thriller series less than two weeks after its second season debuted on Prime Video. Amazon is renewing Hanna for a third season, closely following the well-received second season of the action thriller series written and executive produced by David Farr (The Night Manager) and based on the 2011 Saoirse Ronan film directed by Joe Wright. “I’m absolutely thrilled to be able...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, David, Thriller, Cia, Marissa, Nbcu, Hanna, Amazon Studios, Ronan, Farr, Joe Wright, David Farr, Mireille Enos, Film to TV


Pop Culture Imports: ‘Volver,’ ‘A Whisker Away,’ ‘Alice,’ and More

(Welcome to Pop Culture Imports, a column that compiles the best foreign movies and TV streaming right now.) With businesses re-opening and the sun shining, it’s probably tempting to go out and enjoy the summer right now. And while I can’t tell you what you can or can’t do, I can encourage you to stay at home instead and continue to brush up on your quarantine viewing with some fantastic foreign-language films. This week’s Pop Culture Imports includes a sumptuous Pedro Almodóvar mother-daughter...
Tags: Amazon, Japan, Movies, Spain, Features, Chile, Pedro Almodóvar, Lewis Carroll, Penélope Cruz, Madrid, Hulu, Hayao Miyazaki, Alice, Weezer, Garcia, Paula


Superhero Bits: New Joker Rumored for ‘The Batman,’ Hercules May Make MCU Debut & More

Why Is Mile High Comics having a “DC Sucks” comic book sale? Why has The Flash suddenly fired Elongated Man actor Hartley Sawyer? Will The Batman give us yet another version of The Joker? Want to see a custom figure of Thomas Wayne as Batman in Flashpoint? Could Hercules be coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Who was the first Hispanic superhero from DC Comics? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, Spider-Man, Dc Comics, Black Widow, Hercules, Batman, Deadpool, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Avengers, Amaya, Charlie, Ronan, Cyborg, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash


RAJAR Q1 2020: London and national brands roundup

BBC Radio 2 has lost almost a million listeners in the last year, according to the Q1/2020 audience research from RAJAR. The reach of the UK’s biggest radio station fell from 15.356m at the start of 2019 to 14.362m over the first three months of this year. The two biggest commercial radio networks – Heart and Capital – both lost significant reach over the 12 months too. The Heart network lost 787,000 listeners to leave a reach of 7.737m, while Capital dropped 815,000 to 6.386m. When you add i...
Tags: UK, London, Top, Global, Bbc, Radio, Britain, NHS, Virgin, Capital, Heart, Magic, Radio industry, LBC, Lauren Laverne, James Purnell


Ronan & Harriet join Tuning In Livestream line-up

The line-up for the Tuning In Livestream event has been announced by Radiocentre. Magic Radio’s Breakfast hosts Ronan Keating & Harriet Scott will join in to discuss broadcasting their show from home, and how it feels to present a radio show during a crisis. Radiocentre CEO Siobhan Kenny will open the conference with a presentation about the work of commercial radio and Radiocentre during the Coronavirus pandemic, both on-air and behind the scenes. Songwriter and artist Amy Wadge will discuss...
Tags: London, Top, Global, Events, Radio, House Of Lords, Livestream, Times, Fmcg, Harriet, Ronan, Greater London Authority, Mediacom, Amy Wadge, Radiocentre, Siobhan Kenny


Ronan O'Rahilly, Radio Caroline founder who inspired UK pop and pirate radio, dies aged 79

O’Rahilly, who also managed pop stars and James Bond actor George Lazenby, was diagnosed with dementia in 2013Ronan O’Rahilly, the Irish founder of the notorious Radio Caroline that popularised pop music on British radio, has died aged 79.His death was announced by the radio station that is still broadcasting, who said: “In a pastime populated by unusual people, Ronan was more unusual than all of them combined.” He had been diagnosed with vascular dementia in 2013. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, UK, UK News, Radio, Culture, Ireland, Pop and rock, Television & radio, James Bond, Caroline, Ronan, George Lazenby, O'Rahilly, Rahilly Radio Caroline


New on Blu-ray and Digital: ‘Little Women’, ‘Just Mercy’, ‘Me and You and Everyone We Know’, ‘Underwater’, ‘VFW

The coronavirus pandemic is not only effecting movie theaters, it’s also causing some trouble in the home video world, too. As a result, some physical release copies are being delayed while studios push digital. As always, I remain committed to physical media, but for now, I’m going to have to make an exception for some digital releases as well. That’s just how it goes, folks. Case in point: I was unable to get a physical copy of Underwater in time for this column, but I was provided with a dig...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Features, Bliss, Lena Dunham, John Hawkes, Jordan, Greta Gerwig, Kristen Stewart, Jackie, Underwater, John Carpenter, Amy, Brie Larson, Don, Concord


From Keanu Reeves to Saoirse Ronan, the 2020 Oscars Was a Big Night for Bringing Your Mom to the Work Function

In most jobs it would be pretty odd to bring your mom to the office party, even if you would really like her to extol your unique brand of genius to the boss and explain that you are really a very good worker. Yet, if you work in Hollywood, bringing your mom to a work function can earn glowing headlines and make the hearts of fans on Twitter go pitter pat as they gush over the cuteness of it all. At the 2020 Oscars, movie stars’ unique ability to bring their mom to work functions without pe...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Uncategorized, Awards, Associated Press, Brad Pitt, Laura Dern, Renée Zellweger, Keanu Reeves, Joaquin Phoenix, Saoirse Ronan, Governors Ball, Alice Doesn, Ronan, Ladd


The Little Women Cast Rolled Up to the Oscars 2020 Carpet to Show the March Sister Chemistry Is Going Strong

As if it wasn’t enough for fans that Little Women was so perfectly cast, the stars of director Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the timeless 1868 novel proved that they also have perfect chemistry offscreen on Sunday night. Starring Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Eliza Scanlen and Florence Pugh as the four March sisters (Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy, respectively) as well as Laura Dern as Marmee, Meryl Streep as Aunt March and Timothée Chalamet as Laurie, Little Women has earned rave reviews from critics...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Uncategorized, Awards, Laura Dern, Greta Gerwig, Highland, Amy, Saoirse Ronan, Hollywood California, Pugh, Louisa May Alcott, Ronan, Gerwig, Little Women


POLL RESULTS: Who Will Win the Oscars?

POLL RESULTS: Who will win the Oscars? There’s only two days left until Hollywood’s biggest stars and filmmakers gather for the Oscars and ComingSoon.net asked our readers what films and performers they expected to take home the ceremony’s top prizes and with over 1000 votes for the four big categories, the results are in! Check out the winners below! RELATED: POLL RESULTS: What is the Best Scene in Star Wars: A New Hope? Best Picture 1917 (48%, 573 votes) Parasite (16%, 193 votes) Joke...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Ferrari, Ford, Leonardo Dicaprio, Sam Mendes, Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Renée Zellweger, Antonio Banderas, Joaquin Phoenix, Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, Judy, Judy Garland, Mendes


POLL: Who Will Win the Oscars?

POLL: Who will win the Oscars? There’s only a few days left until Hollywood’s biggest event, the Oscars, and audiences are sitting on the edge of their seats debating who should win. ComingSoon.net is asking our readers to vote on who they feel will take home the statues… and we’ll find out how good you all are at predicting soon enough! Let us know in the polls below, and check out our live coverage of the event this Sunday! RELATED: POLL RESULTS: What’s the Most Anticipated Film of 2020? ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Ferrari, Leonardo Dicaprio, Sam Mendes, Quentin Tarantino, Renée Zellweger, Antonio Banderas, Joaquin Phoenix, Judy, Ronan, Cynthia Erivo, Bong Joon, Jonathan Pryce, Todd Phillips, ComingSoon


‘1917’ is the Favorite to Win Best Picture at the 2020 Oscars, According to Oddsmakers

1917 has taken the lead in the 2020 Oscar race. The Sam Mendes-directed World War I drama is the favorite to win among betting aggregators, who released their 2020 Oscars predictions for all the major categories, including Best Picture, Best Director, and the acting nominees. The betting aggregators from US-Bookies.com have placed their bets. And this is how they win: by betting with Sam Mendes’ Oscar frontrunner 1917. The World War I drama has taken the race by storm since it took the top p...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, US, Tom Hanks, Ferrari, Ford, Leonardo Dicaprio, BAFTA, Sam Mendes, Scarlett Johansson, Brad Pitt, Laura Dern, Quentin Tarantino, Renée Zellweger, Academy Awards, Antonio Banderas


How the Impeccable Sound Design of ‘Little Women’ Brings Greta Gerwig’s Adaptation to Life

Year after year, “award season” sees nominations for sound categories go to big, bombastic films filled with special effects. This isn’t inherently bad — the work that goes into creating and mixing these otherworldly sounds takes immense effort and skill — but in the process, more subtle artistry tends to be overlooked. Case in point: Little Women directed by Greta Gerwig, a film that uses impeccable sound design to weave a fabric of joy and loss all throughout its story. Most filmgoers...
Tags: Movies, Features, Greta Gerwig, Dashwood, Alexandre Desplat, Amy, Meg, Jo, Foley, Louisa May Alcott, Beth, Ronan, Gerwig, Paul N J Ottosson, Little Women, Michael Feuser


NEON Acquires U.S. Rights to See-Saw’s Romantic Drama Ammonite  

NEON acquires U.S. rights to See-Saw’s romantic drama Ammonite NEON has successfully acquired the North American theatrical distribution rights to writer-director Francis Lee’s romantic drama film Ammonite, Deadline confirmed. Starring Oscar winner Kate Winslet as Mary Anning and four-time Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan as Charlotte, the studio had reportedly won the deal against other top film distributors for $3 million. NEON is best for releasing award-winning films such as: the biopic drame...
Tags: Hbo, England, Movies, Wes Anderson, Oscar, Kate Winslet, Greta Gerwig, James Cameron, Margot Robbie, Neon, Charlotte, Saoirse Ronan, Mary, Winslet, Ronan, Lady Bird


A Dancing Spirit Makes ‘Little Women’ Wild at Heart

Movement is a priority in Greta Gerwig’s bold, physicalized look at the March sisters. Some secret ingredients? James Brown and David Bowie.
Tags: Movies, News, James Brown, Dancing, Greta Gerwig, Greta, Barnes, Ronan, Gerwig, Saoirse, Chalamet, Timothee (1995-, Monica Bill


‘MacGruber’ TV Series to Explode Over at the Peacock Streaming Service

MacGruber is coming back to TV. A MacGruber TV series with original star Will Forte is setting up shop at Peacock, the upcoming NBCUniversal streaming service. A MacGruber series was first mentioned as a possibility last year, with news that the film’s director Jorma Taccone had pitched a potential TV adaptation to potential networks and streamers. Now it looks like it’s official, with Peacock developing the show. Variety is reporting that Peacock is developing a MacGruber TV series that wil...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, America, Piper, Val Kilmer, Val, Vicki, Peacock, Ronan, Wiig, Forte, Kilmer, Jorma Taccone, Taccone, Will-forte, John Solomon


2020 Oscars By the Numbers: Netflix Leads Studio Nominations, ‘Parasite’ is the Sixth Movie to Get Both Best Picture and International Nods, and More

The Oscar nominations are here, which means it’s time to be alternately enraged and excited. But whatever your personal opinion about who was snubbed and who snuck in a surprise nomination, the Oscars are all about celebrating movies and not reducing them into mere numbers like some kind of horse race, right? Sure! But let’s take a look at those numbers for a second, and see what kind of records were set, which were broken, and which didn’t even become a factor at the 2o20 Oscars. 62: Women...
Tags: South Korea, Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Disney, Awards, Taiwan, Netflix, Williams, Italy, Alfonso Cuarón, Oscar, Sony, Scorsese, Academy Awards, John-Williams


Daily Podcast: Let’s Discuss The 2020 Oscar Nominations

On the January 13, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to discuss the 2020 Oscar Nominations. In Our Feature Presentation: 2020 Oscar Nominations: ‘Joker’ Leads the Pack With 11 Nominations Best Picture   Ford v Ferrari The Irishman Jojo Rabbit Joker Little Women Marriage Story 1917 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Parasite   Best Director   The Irishman ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Features, Ferrari, Ford, Leonardo Dicaprio, Sam Mendes, Quentin Tarantino, Greta Gerwig, Antonio Banderas, Joaquin Phoenix, Adam Sandler, Eddie Murphy, Lupita Nyong, Ronan, Taika Waititi


Oscars deal ‘Joker’ 11 nominations, but lack of women directors and acting diversity is a joke

It only took them two decades to catch up with the defining film trend of the 21st century, but Oscar voters finally gave their most nominations love to a comic book movie Monday. Admittedly “Joker,” which was listed in a pack-leading 11 categories for the 92nd Academy Awards, is not typical superhero fare. In fact, it’s more a study of a collapsing mind and society than anything 80 years of stories about Batman’s arch-villain would suggest. There isn’t a cape in sight. Which is probably why man...
Tags: South Korea, Hollywood, Movies, News, America, Sport, Soccer, Ferrari, Ford, Leonardo Dicaprio, Jennifer Lopez, Bp, Sam Mendes, Scarlett Johansson, Brad Pitt, Scorsese


CS Soapbox: Snubs and Surprises of the 2020 Oscar Nominations

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Soapbox: Snubs and Surprises of the 2020 Oscar Nominations The time has finally arrived and the nominations for this year’s Academy Awards have been announced to celebrate some of the biggest and most critically acclaimed films of 2019. It proved to be a morning full of surprises and snubs, including the surprise that Todd Phillips’ Joker holds a commanding lead with 11 nominations including Best Picture. With all of these big surprises and snubs revealed in this morn...
Tags: Movies, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Clint Eastwood, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Robert De Niro, Sam Mendes, Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern, Greta Gerwig, Renée Zellweger, Avengers, Academy, Joaquin Phoenix, Al Pacino


2020 Oscar Snubs and Surprises: Who Landed the Unlikely Nods and Who Was Overlooked?

With typically only five nominees per category, someone is always bound to be left by the wayside when the Oscar nominations arrive. 2020 is no different. But with the snubs also come the surprises – the films, filmmakers, and actors who no one expected to land a nomination suddenly find themselves invited to the biggest awards ceremony Hollywood has to offer. We’ve combed through this morning’s nominations and have put together a list of the biggest snubs and surprises from the latest batch of...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Movies, Beyonce, France, Disney, Nasa, Features, Ferrari, Ford, Meryl Streep, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Robert De Niro, Laura Dern, Greta Gerwig



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