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CTV drama 'Cardinal' leads Canadian Screen Awards TV pack with seven wins

TORONTO — Three shows that have left the air for good in the past few months — "Cardinal," "Schitt's Creek" and "Anne with an E" — came out on top in a virtual version of this year's Canadian Screen Awards.CTV's crime drama "Cardinal," which wrapped up its fourth and final season earlier this month, nabbed a leading seven trophies for season 3.Its honours included best drama series, and acting nods for stars Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse for playing detectives in the fictiona...
Tags: News, Entertainment, Toronto, Noah, Levy, Daniel Levy, Kim, Quebec, Catherine, Tim Roth, Cbc, Anne, The Canadian Press, Creek, CTV, Clive Owen


Hellmouth casting and crew notes

1) Lupita may be interested  in playing Grady (formerly Beatrice), the heroine of Hellmouth. Some of these major choices will not be something that the studio can negotiate.2) Grady's cat, Sam, who steals so many major scenes of the movie, will be played by an actual cat or cats. Again, if the studio chooses to substitute a CGI cat, I will walk. The film will not be made by that particular studio. We've seen how that works out.3) Kacy will be played by Mila Kunis. Again, non-negotiable, in spit...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Alfonso Cuarón, Emma Stone, Ralph Fiennes, Ryan Coogler, Sam, Margot Robbie, Mila Kunis, Lupita Nyong'o, Jupiter Ascending, Whitaker, Owen, Lupita, Valerian, Kacy


Hellmouth casting and crew notes

1) Lupita may be interested  in playing Grady (formerly Beatrice), the heroine of Hellmouth. Some of these major choices will not be something that the studio can negotiate.2) Grady's cat, Sam, who steals so many major scenes of the movie, will be played by an actual cat or cats. Again, if the studio chooses to substitute a CGI cat, I will walk. The film will not be made by that particular studio. We've seen how that works out.3) Kacy will be played by Mila Kunis. Again, non-negotiable, in spit...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Alfonso Cuarón, Emma Stone, Ralph Fiennes, Ryan Coogler, Sam, Margot Robbie, Mila Kunis, Lupita Nyong'o, Jupiter Ascending, Whitaker, Owen, Lupita, Valerian, Kacy


Hellmouth casting and crew notes

1) Lupita may be interested  in playing Grady (formerly Beatrice), the heroine of Hellmouth. Some of these major choices will not be something that the studio can negotiate.2) Grady's cat, Sam, who steals so many major scenes of the movie, will be played by an actual cat or cats. Again, if the studio chooses to substitute a CGI cat, I will walk. The film will not be made by that particular studio. We've seen how that works out.3) Kacy will be played by Mila Kunis. Again, non-negotiable, in spit...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Alfonso Cuarón, Emma Stone, Ralph Fiennes, Ryan Coogler, Sam, Margot Robbie, Mila Kunis, Lupita Nyong'o, Jupiter Ascending, Whitaker, Owen, Lupita, Valerian, Kacy


Hellmouth (name soon to be changed) casting and crew notes

1) I have spoken to Lupita. She showed interest in playing Grady (formerly Beatrice), the heroine of Hellmouth (to be retitled). Some of these major choices will not be something that the studio can negotiate.2) Grady's cat, Sam, who steals so many major scenes of the movie, will be played by an actual cat or cats. Again, if the studio chooses to substitute a CGI cat, I will walk. The film will not be made by that particular studio. We've seen how that works out.3) Kacy will be played by Mila K...
Tags: Movies, Alfonso Cuarón, Ralph Fiennes, Emma Watson, Ryan Coogler, Sam, Mila Kunis, Whitaker, Valerian, Kacy, Beatrice, Grady, Luc, Astra, Clive Owen, Michael Ovitz


15 Years Later, ‘Sin City’ Remains One of the Most Faithful and Unique Comics-to-Film Adaptations

Snowpiercer. A History of Violence. Oldboy. Road to Perdition. There are any number of top-notch comic book movies that don’t revolve around costumed superheroes. One of the best of these is Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City, a film that pushed the genre forward fifteen years ago with trailblazing black-and-white visuals ripped straight from the comics. On April 1, 2005, Sin City ushered theatergoers into a world unlike anything they had ever seen before on the big screen. Lurid y...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Features, Customer, Nick Offerman, Quentin Tarantino, Elijah Wood, James Cameron, Mickey Rourke, Robert-Rodriguez, Sin-City, Bruce Willis, Miller, Old Town, Dwight, Tarantino


Exclusive The Song of Names Clip Featuring Clive Owen

Exclusive The Song of Names Clip Featuring Clive Owen ComingSoon.net has an exclusive clip for the drama adaptation The Song of Names, based on the novel by Norman Lebrecht. The clip introduces producer Lyse Lafontaine speaking about how each main character as three ages throughout the film and how well that was portrayed. The Song of Names is available now on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. You can check out the clip below and purchase your copy here! RELATED: Exclusive Dolittle Clip Highlights M...
Tags: Amazon, Video, UK, Movies, Oscar, Michael Sheen, Skywalker, Clive Owen, ComingSoon, Movie News, Lyse Lafontaine, Catherine McCormack, Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, Luke Doyle, François Girard, Norman Lebrecht


‘Guns Akimbo’ Trailer: Daniel Radcliffe Has Guns Bolted to His Hands and Has to Kill an Assassin

In Guns Akimbo, Daniel Radcliffe plays a loser who wakes up with guns physically bolted to his hands (yes, really). Not only that, but his character is tasked with killing an assassin on a live-streamed internet show. Points for originality must go to writer/director Jason Lei Howden for this deranged-looking movie. If happen to have spent the last few minutes considering if you should take a swig of Red Bull to get a jolt of energy, maybe just watch this new trailer instead – it’ll probably ha...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Ufc, Movie Trailers, Red Bull, Daniel-Radcliffe, Edgar Wright, Miles, Scott Pilgrim, Clive Owen, Action/Adventure, Howden, Verhoeven, Red Band Movie Trailer, Jacob Hall, Samara Weaving


FX’s American Horror Story Renewed for Three More Seasons

FX’s American Horror Story renewed for three more seasons Ryan Murphy’s anthology horror series American Horror Story has been renewed for an additional three seasons at FX, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Fans can look forward to Season 11, 12, and 13 of the Murphy and Brad Falchuk-produced series while production continues on Season 10, which is expected to premiere this year. RELATED: FX Developing Carrie Limited Series of Stephen King’s Debut Novel FX chairman John Landgraf said, “R...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Fox, Bill Clinton, TV News, Ryan Murphy, American Horror Story, FX, John Landgraf, Murphy, Golden Globe, Ryan, Brad, Hollywood Reporter


CS Interview: Jerry Bruckeimer on Gemini Man

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Jerry Bruckheimer on Gemini Man The Will Smith-starring action thriller Gemini Man is finally out on digital services and will be arriving on Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD on January 14, and ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with producer Jerry Bruckheimer (Bad Boys for Life) about the long journey the project took from its initial inception in the late ’90s to hitting the big screen earlier this year. RELATED: CS Interview: Ang Lee Talks This Weeke...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Michael Bay, Disney, America, Beverly Hills, Will Smith, Bruckheimer, Tom Cruise, Smith, Eddie, Ang Lee, Jason Statham, Junior, State, Tom


Is ‘Inside Man: Most Wanted’ a Worthy Successor to Spike Lee’s Most Successful Film?

(Welcome to DTV Descent, a series that explores the weird and wild world of direct-to-video sequels to theatrically released movies. This week, we go bank robbing with Nazis in a sequel to the biggest Spike Lee joint of them all.) Spike Lee’s film career is filled with highs and lows, films that won critical acclaim and awards and others that have been forgotten, but he’s never been a filmmaker prone to breaking the box-office. The sole exception, and his only film to gross over $100 million, i...
Tags: Movies, Nazis, New York City, Features, Fbi, Nazi, Spike Lee, Brian Grazer, Denzel Washington, Jodie Foster, Us Federal Reserve, Lee, Stewart, Russell, Frazier, McKee


Dane DeHaan Joins Apple TV+’s Lisey’s Story Adaptation

Dane DeHaan joins Apple TV+’s Lisey’s Story adaptation The ensemble roster for Apple TV+’s upcoming adaptation of the Stephen King novel Lisey’s Story has grown a little larger with the addition of Chronicle and A Cure For Wellness star Dane DeHaan in a lead role alongside Julianne Moore (Still Alice) and Clive Owen (Children of Men), according to Deadline. RELATED: Lisey’s Story: Clive Owen Joins Stephen King’s Apple TV+ Series  Written and executive produced by King, the 8-episode minise...
Tags: Apple, TV, Movies, Julianne Moore, Stephen King, Apple TV, TV News, Hulu, Ben Stephenson, King, Alice, Abrams, J J Abrams, Clive Owen, Dane DeHaan, DeHaan


‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ Casts Clive Owen as President Bill Clinton

As our current embarrassment of a president is bracing for possible impeachment, FX is moving forward with Impeachment: American Crime Story, which dramatizes the 1998 impeachment of President Bill Clinton. And now the show’s producers have found their president: Clive Owen (Children of Men) will step into the shoes of the former Arkansas governor, and we’ll be eagerly waiting to hear if Owen tries to imitate Clinton’s distinctive Southern accent. Deadline reports that Owen has been cast to p...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Casting, Senate, White House, Hillary Clinton, United States, Arkansas, House Of Representatives, Bill Clinton, Showtime, Adaptation, ACS, Ryan Murphy, FX


Impeachment: American Crime Story Casts Clive Owen as Bill Clinton

Impeachment: American Crime Story casts Clive Owen as Bill Clinton Deadline is reporting that Oscar nominee Clive Owen (Closer, The Knick, Lisey’s Story) will portray Bill Clinton in FX’s Impeachment: American Crime Story, the network’s third installment in their award-winning anthology drama series. Owen joins Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actress Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story) as Linda Tripp along with Booksmart breakout star Beanie F...
Tags: UK, TV, Movies, US, Bill Clinton, Oscar, TV News, American Crime Story, FX, Sarah Paulson, Tca, Beanie Feldstein, Jeffrey Toobin, Tony, Golden Globe, Monica Lewinsky


5 Questions with SAP Chief Marketing Officer Alicia Tillman

You’ve had a number of acquisitions, but how much would you say you are improving the performance of the SAP brand? How much of that is helping to contribute to this growth and revenue? Over the past couple of years, we’ve made significant strides. Number one, we needed to build a brand story that is much more relevant—relevant based on what people are interested in, what the brand stands for, and what we strive to deliver together andon behalf of our customers. It matters what your purpose is a...
Tags: Jimmy Kimmel, India, New York City, Africa, Uncategorized, Advertising, San Francisco, South Africa, Reddit, Sap, Qualtrics, Guillermo, Born This Way Foundation, Bain Company, Clive Owen, 5 Questions


Lisey’s Story: Clive Owen Joins Stephen King’s Apple TV+ Series 

Lisey’s Story: Clive Owen Joins Stephen King’s Apple TV+ Series Deadline brings word that Academy Award-nominated actor Clive Owen (Closer) has been tapped to star opposite Oscar winner Julianne Moore in Apple TV+‘s  limited series adaptation of Lisey’s Story, based on Stephen King’s 2006 horror romance novel. Owen is set to portray the role of Lisey’s husband named Scott Landon. The project will be the English actor’s first TV role since starring in Cinemax’s The Knick. RELATED: Alfonso Cua...
Tags: Apple, UK, TV, Movies, Julianne Moore, Horror, Stephen King, Apple TV, TV News, Hulu, Ben Stephenson, King, Abrams, J J Abrams, Owen, Cinemax


Clive Owen Joins Julianne Moore in Apple Drama ‘Lisey’s Story’

Clive Owen is the latest name to head over to Apple. The actor will star alongside Julianne Moore in the tech giant’s “Lisey’s Story,” an eight-episode series based on Stephen King’s 2006 book of the same name. Owen will play the role of Scott Landon, Lisey’s (Moore) husband. The series follows Lisey two years following […]
Tags: Apple, News, Julianne Moore, Stephen King, Moore, Owen, Clive Owen, Lisey's Story, Clive Owen Joins Julianne Moore, Scott Landon Lisey


‘Lisey’s Story’ Cast Adds Clive Owen Alongside Julianne Moore, Giving Us the ‘Children of Men’ Reunion We’ve All Been Waiting For

The Apple TV+ miniseries adaptation of Stephen King‘s Lisey’s Story has added a new cast member. Clive Owen will appear alongside Julianne Moore, whom he appeared alongside in Children of Men. Owen’s role is likely to be a bit limited since his character is dead by the time the story starts (that’s not a spoiler, I promise). King’s novel follows a novelist’s widow who discovers secrets about her dead husband. As the Stephen King adaptation craze continues, Apple TV+ is getting in on that swe...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Julianne Moore, Horror, Stephen-King, Apple TV, Adaptation, Cbs, King, Deadline, Boone, John Cusack, Scott, Moore, Owen, Clive-Owen


‘Gemini Man’ Review: Ang Lee’s Odd Action Experiment is More Video Game Than Movie

“I’m having trouble looking in the mirror lately,” says Henry Brogan (Will Smith), one of the world’s best assassins. He’s spent a large chunk of his career bumping off bad guys for the government, but now he wants to hang up his guns and retire at the ripe old age of 51. He’s tired of killing people, and for the first time in his deadly career, he’s actually starting to grow what might be considered a conscience. But if Henry thought looking in the mirror was hard, just wait until he comes fac...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Sci-fi, Features, Movie Reviews, Baron, Will-Smith, Smith, Ang-Lee, Al Pacino, Junior, Samuel L Jackson, Martin Scorsese, Henry, Lee, Owen


CGI Will Smith Has More Life in Him Than Gemini Man

Will Smith is a huge movie star in part because of his infectious charisma. He’s a great actor, too, but it was his charm and personality that aided him in becoming one of the biggest stars on the planet. Gemini Man, the latest film from Oscar-winning director Ang Lee, has not one but two Wills and neither has any of…Read more...
Tags: Science, Will Smith, Ang Lee, Paramount, Clones, Clive Owen, Benedict Wong, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Frame Rate, 3 D, Gemini Man


Will Smith finds his digital clone 'a little freaky'

At the Los Angeles premiere of "Gemini Man," actors Will Smith and Clive Owen talk about the groundbreaking technology that allowed director Ang Lee to create a wholly digital character based on Smith's past performances. (Oct. 7)         [Author: AP Domestic]
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Will Smith, Smith, Ang Lee, Clive Owen, AP Domestic


‘Ophelia’ Trailer: Daisy Ridley Shows a New Side to Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’

There’s no greater tragedy in the classic Shakespeare plays than the frequent under-serving of their secondary female characters. But Ophelia seeks to remedy that in its reimagining of Hamlet, which tells the tragedy of the Danish prince through the eyes of his doomed lover. Watch the Ophelia trailer below. Ophelia Trailer Daisy Ridley trades Star Wars for Shakespeare as the titular noblewoman of Denmark who falls in love with Prince Hamlet. But rather than going through the thankless s...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Ifc, Adaptation, Denmark, Tom Felton, Movie Trailers, Shakespeare, Hamlet, Mccarthy, Daisy Ridley, Political, Ridley, Ophelia, John Everett Millais, Naomi-Watts


Film News Roundup: Music Drama ‘Song of Names’ Bought by Sony Classics

In today’s film news roundup, buyers take rights to “The Song of Names” and “Chain of Death” while and Shaquille O’Neal becomes an executive producer for legal thriller “Foster Boy.” ACQUSITIONS Sony Pictures Classics has bought U.S. rights to the music drama “The Song of Names,” starring Tim Roth and Clive Owen. The film is […]
Tags: News, Tim Roth, Sony Pictures Classics, Shaquille O'Neal, Clive Owen, Sony Classics, The Song of Names


‘Gemini Man’ Trailer: Will Smith vs. Will Smith In Ang Lee’s Sci-Fi Epic

How to fight someone who knows your every move, because he is you? That’s the plot of Gemini Man, the new sci-fi film from Ang Lee that has older Will Smith going up against younger Will Smith. Using sophisticated de-aging visual effects, Lee is able to pit the present-day Smith against himself, de-aged to his youth. But how effective does it look? See for yourself: The first Gemini Man trailer await you below. Gemini Man Back in the olden days, if you wanted to have a movie feature you...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Robert De Niro, Will-Smith, Movie Trailers, Johnson, Smith, Ang-Lee, Al Pacino, Junior, Samuel L Jackson, Rian Johnson, Bruce Willis, Martin Scorsese, Henry


‘Gemini Man’ Footage Reaction: Will Smith Gets De-Aged in the Ang Lee Thriller [CinemaCon 2019]

Gemini Man is a sci-fi movie that has spent decades in development, attracting the likes of Mel Gibson and Clint Eastwood to the role of an over-the-hill hitman who finds himself targeted by a younger clone of himself. But it wasn’t until now, when de-aging technology has become the hottest new commodity in blockbusters, that Gemini Man could finally become a reality. Now set to star Will Smith and be directed by Ang Lee, Gemini Man will finally hit theaters more than two decades after the film...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Thriller, Clint Eastwood, Las Vegas, Will-Smith, Mel Gibson, Smith, Ang-Lee, Paramount Pictures, Marvel Studios, Junior, Samuel L Jackson, Peter, Henry, Lee


Gemini Man: Paramount’s Sci-Fi Film to Use High Frame Rate Technology

Gemini Man: Paramount’s sci-fi film to use high frame rate technology According to The Playlist, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ang Lee (Crouching Tiger, Life of Pi) will be utilizing a HFR (High Frame Rate) technology for his upcoming sci-fi thriller film Gemini Man in order to improve and take the audience’s movie experience to a higher level with 120 frames-per-second presentations. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAut...
Tags: Movies, Nsa, Will Smith, Kristen Stewart, Smith, Ang Lee, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Lee, Skydance, Jerry Bruckheimer, Tony Scott, Henry Smith, Clive Owen, Andrew Niccol, Billy Lynn


The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving Netflix in February 2019

Even though you should be spending part of this month catching up on the movies you might have missed that ended up nominated for Oscars, you’ll still want to hit up Netflix to check out some movies leaving the streaming service before the end of the month. They include one of the best zombie movies of all-time, the best installment of the Bourne franchise, Kevin Smith‘s career-launching indie, one of Alfonso Cuarón‘s most incredibly made movies, and more. Get the full list of TV shows and movi...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Matt Damon, Disney, Netflix, Paul Greengrass, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Alfonso Cuarón, Jeff Bridges, Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, Disney Channel, Kevin Smith, Shaun, Bourne, Jason Bourne


Top Mainstream Films with Unsimulated Intercourse Scenes

Top Mainstream Films with Unsimulated Intercourse Scenes Any kind of criteria that are clear what type movie is named erotic together with other is pornography? Yes, there are. Pornography is just a purposeful, naturalistic image of intimate relationships of same-sex, opposing intercourse, with pets an such like, by having a detailed description of all of the the features, like the genitals. a film that is erotic a visual limitation of this image of intimate relation...
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