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Neil Burger’s Voyagers Lands Ensemble Cast Led By Colin Farrell

Neil Burger’s Voyagers lands ensemble cast led by Colin Farrell After being acquired by AGC Studios in January, Neil Burger (Divergent)’s upcoming sci-fi thriller Voyagers has begun casting and has already set an ensemble roster that will include Colin Farrell (Dumbo), Tye Sheridan (X-Men: Dark Phoenix), Lily-Rose Depp (Yoga Hosers) and Fionn Whitehead (Dunkirk), according to Deadline. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAuto...
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Greek Weird Wave

Perhaps you saw The Lobster (stunning and strange dystopian love story starring Rachel Weisz and Colin Farrell) or my recent Oscar favorite The Favourite (cheeky and wicked period drama with the powerhouse trio of Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz, and Olivia Colman) or maybe you’ve been following him since 2009’s Dogtooth. All three are examples of the relatively new “Greek Weird Wave” cinema, from the genre’s godfather himself, Yorgos Lanthimos. It’s hard to find pieces on Weird Wave written in Engli...
Tags: Greece, Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, Yorgos Lanthimos, Lanthimos, Emma Stone Rachel Weisz, Chrysanthe Tenentes


The Morning Watch: Limitations of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Part 3, ‘Dumbo’ Scene Breakdown & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch the third and final video essay in a series about the limitations of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Plus, watch as Dumbo director Tim Burton and his costume designer Colleen Atwood break down an exquis...
Tags: Movies, Tim-Burton, Disney, Netflix, Colin Farrell, Vanity Fair, Marvel Cinematic Universe, MCU, Dumbo, Fab Five, Video Of The Day, Colleen Atwood, Bobby Berk, The Morning Watch, Jonathan Van Ness, Patrick H Willems


Review: Tim Burton's Live-Action 'Dumbo' Movie Lives up to Its Name

Originally based on the storyline written by Helen Aberson and Harold Pearl, 1941's Dumbo was the fourth animated feature film made by Walt Disney Productions, following up Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Pinocchio (1940), and Fantasia (1940). Originally conceived as a short film, Dumbo was reworked as a low-budget feature to help recoup the financial losses of Pinocchio and Fantasia. Made for half the cost of Snow White, the 64-minute film turned a profit, earning $1.6 million during...
Tags: Movies, Review, Tim Burton, Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Dumbo, Walt Disney Productions, Eva Green, Tim Burton Alice, Helen Aberson, Harold Pearl


The Morning Watch: ’10 Things I Hate About You’ Comparison, The Origins of ‘Futurama’ & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, check out a comparison between the 1999 teen romantic comedy 10 Things I Hate About You and the classic story that inspired it. Plus, learn about the origins and things you might not know about the beloved a...
Tags: Movies, Futurama, William Shakespeare, Colin-Farrell, Matt Groening, Danny DeVito, Bender, Farnsworth, Dumbo, Video Of The Day, 10 Things I Hate About You, John DiMaggio, The Morning Watch, The Taming of the Shrew


Every Terrence Malick Movie Ranked

Every Terrence Malick Movie Ranked An American filmmaker with a knack for capturing the immense beauty of everyday life, Terrence Malick has depicted everything from the creation of the universe to golden Texas farmland to the front lines of World War II to the Texas music scene with the same sweeping camera movements we’ve come to expect from him. Often copied but never truly matched in talent or skill, Malick is truly one of a kind. With only nine films to his name over the course of a car...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, Movies, La, Virginia, Time, America, Chicago, Austin, South Dakota, Paris, Colin Farrell, Pocahontas, Las Vegas, Brad Pitt, Rachel Mcadams


'Dumbo' gets Disney live-action parade off to high-flying start

'Dumbo' review: Disney kicks off live-action parade with TIm Burton's high-flying update, featuring Colin Farrell and Danny DeVito.
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Dumbo Is a No Go

Well, at least the elephant is cute.Read more...
Tags: Science, Tim Burton, Disney, Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Nostalgia, Danny DeVito, Dumbo, Eva Green


‘Dumbo’ Review: Tim Burton’s Remake Fails to Take Flight

Some stories are best left as they are. This is a fairly unavoidable takeaway from Tim Burton’s unnecessary live-action/CG remake of the Disney animated classic Dumbo . Though not remotely as noxious and garish as his 2010 version of Alice in Wonderland , Burton has not solved the puzzle of figuring out a halfway decent creative reason for this film to exist. An A-list cast, high budget, and all the other trappings of a modern blockbuster can’t get this thing off the ground. Much of t...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Disney, Features, Movie Reviews, Colin Farrell, Batman, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Alice, Remakes, David Lowery, Burton, Keaton, Farrell, Pete


Film Review: Tim Burton’s ‘Dumbo’

The key image in Walt Disney’s 1941 “Dumbo” is something out of a fairy-tale daydream: Dumbo, the baby elephant with long-lashed goo-goo eyes, a cuddly grin, and ears as long and floppy as wings, flapping those ears to soar around a circus big top, flying over the crowds with a freedom as touching as it […]
Tags: Reviews, Tim Burton, Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Walt Disney, Dumbo


Review: A Baby Elephant Suffers—and So Do We—in Tim Burton’s Dumbo Remake

There’s a peculiarly 19th-century sensibility at work in Dumbo, both the 1941 Walt Disney animated version and Tim Burton’s new live-action retelling. It’s as if, once the workhouses were abolished, we needed to find new ways to build character in children: Why not just rake over their nascent emotions by introducing them to an adorable…
Tags: Movies, News, Uncategorized, Tim Burton, Disney, Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Dumbo, Eva Green, Dumbo Remake


CS Interview: Eva Green on How Dumbo Can Inspire Anyone to Face Their Fears

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Eva Green on How Dumbo Can Inspire Anyone to Face Their Fears ComingSoon sat down with Dumbo‘s high flying performance partner, Eva Green, to talk about the film’s timeless themes, how she savors the challenge of playing roles that help her face her fears and how characters like Dumbo always inspire bravery and courage. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Disney, America, Paris, Colin Farrell, Colette, Tim, Collette, Walt Disney Studios, Holt, Edward Scissorhands, Peregrine, Dumbo, Eva Green, Nico Parker


Tim Burton's biggest 'Dumbo' challenge? That famous baby elephant never showed up for work

Tim Burton and Colin Farrell explain the strangeness of shooting Disney's new live-action 'Dumbo' without a baby elephant (it was added later).            [Author: USA TODAY]
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10 Best Brendan Gleeson Movies

10 Best Brendan Gleeson Movies An Irish actor with three Golden Globe nominations, Brendan Gleeson has an instantly recognizable face and a familiar voice — perhaps most-known for his role as Mad-Eye Moody in the Harry Potter series, Gleeson has managed to establish quite the filmography over the years. Father of up-and-comer Domhnall Gleeson, it’s clear that Brendan’s talent is more than an acquired thing: it’s in the family’s blood. Often seen playing tough or charismatic leaders across fi...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Movies, Paddington, Cameron Diaz, Belgium, Leonardo Dicaprio, Harry Potter, Colin Farrell, Brad Pitt, Bill, Kelly Reilly, Tom Cruise, Brendan Gleeson, Joaquin Phoenix, Cillian Murphy


Lorraine Kelly's £45 zebra-print dress is a BIG hit with Colin Farrell

Lorraine Kelly looked fabulous on the Lorraine show on Thursday, wearing a funky midi dress...
Tags: Colin Farrell, Lorraine, Lorraine Kelly


‘Dumbo’ Early Buzz: Tim Burton’s Latest Live-Action Disney Movie Hits Cruising Altitude

Tim Burton has largely built his career making movies about societal outcasts, and he’ll be back with the story of another outcast later this month in Dumbo, his second live-action remake of a Walt Disney animated film. The earliest reactions have arrived, so read on to get a sense of what critics are saying about Burton’s latest cinematic spectacle. Dumbo Early Buzz Here are the early reactions from several critics who saw junket screenings of the movie, starting with /Film’s own Peter Sci...
Tags: Movies, Tim-Burton, Disney, Adaptation, Shell, Michael Keaton, Walt Disney, Danny DeVito, Remakes, Burton, Mike Ryan, Mike, McDonald, Mary Poppins, Holt, Michael Buffer


‘Dumbo’ Clip and Featurette: Get Lost in Tim Burton’s Latest Cinematic Circus

Dumbo soars into theaters later this month, and will likely give Disney another box office victory after the outstanding performance by Captain Marvel this past weekend. However, there are probably some viewers out there who need a little bit of convincing to head out for yet another live-action remake of a Disney classic. That’s why Disney is starting to make their big marketing push with the release of the first Dumbo clip, showing off the cute little blue-eyed, floppy-eared baby elephant. Th...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Disney, Colin-Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Remakes, Video Clips, Holt, Dumbo, Disney/Pixar, Family Films, Max Medici Danny DeVito, Holt Farrier Colin Farrell, Milly Nico Parker, Joe Finley Hobbins


How Going Family-Friendly Helped Tim Burton’s ‘Dumbo’ Take Flight [Set Visit Report]

Tim Burton is distracted. He’s in the middle of directing the live-action adaptation of Dumbo, an ambitious, big-budget production that requires balancing fantastical and elaborate sets with even more fantastical visual effects. But I got the feeling that this harried appearance was just part of Burton’s nature — a million thoughts racing at once while he attempts to answer press questions. It’s a surprisingly energetic persona from a man who is famous for donning all black and a dour complexio...
Tags: London, Movies, Fantasy, Tim-Burton, Disney, Features, Adaptation, Colin-Farrell, Michael Keaton, Walt Disney, Danny DeVito, Springer, Burton, Frey, Tim, Keaton


New ‘Dumbo’ Trailer Makes Michael Keaton Feel Like a Kid Again

Disney’s animated classic Dumbo is barely an hour long, but director Tim Burton is going to flesh that out into a movie that’s right around two hours. We’re not sure how he’s adding a whole extra hour to the story outside of introducing a wide array of new human characters who take a keen interest in the little flying elephant, but a new Dumbo trailer shows off the circus spectacle of Disney’s live-action remake. And that floppy-eared, flying elephant just looks more and more adorable. Dumbo...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Tim Burton, Disney, Harry Potter, Colin-Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Remakes, Holt, Cinemark, Dumbo, Eva Green, Disney/Pixar, Family Films, Cinemark Theatres


Sci-Fi Movie Casting: Colin Farrell Teams Up With Kogonada for A24’s ‘After Yang;’ Mahershala Ali Signs on to ‘The Sovereign’

Prestige sci-fi films are all the rage these days, and two of our best working actors have just signed on to two more. Colin Farrell has just teamed up with Columbus director Kogonada to star in the A24 sci-fi family drama After Yang, while Mahershala Ali is following up is recent Oscar win by signing on to star in The Sovereign, an independent sci-fi flick from the producers of Arrival. After Yang Colin Farrell continues to work with some of the most intriguing auteurs today, following u...
Tags: Movies, Mahershala Ali, Casting, Sci-fi, Colin-Farrell, Steve McQueen, Columbus, A24, Robert Rodriguez, Ali, Independent, John Cho, Yang, Farrell, Sofia Coppola, Dan Cohen


‘Dumbo’ Featurette: Can Tim Burton Make the Circus Magical Again?

The next live-action adaptation of one of Disney’s classic animated movies is Dumbo. Director Tim Burton is at the helm of the story of a little elephant who can fly, and you couldn’t ask for a better director to tackle a movie that’s set entirely in a traveling circus. But can he make this once thriving entertainment venue magical again after the bad reputation it’s earned over the years? A new Dumbo featurette has cast members Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Eva Green and a very enthusiastic D...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Tim-Burton, Disney, Darth Vader, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Remakes, Video Clips, Burton, Palpatine, Holt, Dumbo, Eva Green, Disney/Pixar, Family Films


Colin Farrell to Star in A24’s Sci-Fi Drama After Yang

Colin Farrell to star in A24’s sci-fi drama After Yang Indie film studio A24 has given the green light to After Yang, an adaptation of the Alexander Weinstein short story Saying Goodbye to Yang. Deadline reports that Colin Farrell is set to star in the film, which was written and will be directed by Kogonada. The writer/director was born in South Korea and made his debut with the 2017 John Cho vehicle Columbus. The film will follow a father and his daughter as they fight to save the life of ...
Tags: Amazon, South Korea, Movies, Tim Burton, Disney, Bbc, Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Guy Ritchie, John Cho, Yang, Farrell, Janice Y K Lee, Movie News, Blossom Films, Kogonada


Colin Farrell to Star in A24 Robot Drama ‘After Yang’

Colin Farrell will star in A24’s upcoming film “After Yang.” Korean-born filmmaker Kogonada will direct the robot drama from his own script. A24 has greenlit the project, which is based on the Alexander Weinstein short story “Saying Goodbye to Yang.” “After Yang” centers on a father and daughter as they try to save the life […]
Tags: News, Colin Farrell, Yang, Kogonada, Alexander Weinstein, Saying Goodbye to Yang, Yang After Yang


Whaling Drama The North Water Lands Colin Farrell to Star

Whaling drama The North Water lands Colin Farrell to star The BBC’s upcoming whaling drama The North Water has landed A-lister Colin Farrell as its star. Deadline reports that Farrell, will play Henry Drax, a harpooner and brutish killer whose amorality results from the harsh, unforgiving world he lives in. In the series, Drax sets sail on a whaling expedition to the Arctic with Patrick Sumner, a disgraced ex-army surgeon who signs up as the ship’s doctor. Hoping to escape the horrors of his...
Tags: TV, Movies, Star, Bbc, Arctic, TV News, Colin Farrell, Hull, Guy Ritchie, Farrell, Sumner, ComingSoon, The North Water, Tommy Wirkola, Henry Drax, Patrick Sumner


Colin Farrell To Star in Andrew Haigh’s BBC Two Thriller ‘The North Water’

Colin Farrell is set to star in “The North Water,” the BBC Two thriller which will be directed by critically acclaimed filmmaker Andrew Haigh (“Lean on Pete”). Based on Ian McGuire’s novel, the four-part series is being adapted by Haigh and produced by See-Saw Films for BBC Two. Set in the U.K. and in the […]
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