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CS Reviews: Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist

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‘Pieces of a Woman’ Trailer: Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf Cope With a Tragic Loss

Vanessa Kirby is proving herself a performer to watch, following her breakout, Emmy-nominated turn in The Crown with a string of roles in blockbusters and indie dramas. The latest of which is a vehicle for the actress that could take her straight to the Oscars. Kirby stuns as a grieving mother in Pieces of a Woman, a devastating drama that earned raves at the Venice Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival before getting quickly scooped up by Netflix, which debuted an official trai...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Boston, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Venice Film Festival, Martin Scorsese, Sean, Martha, Kirby, Ellen-Burstyn, Kata Weber, Kornel Mundruczo, Vanessa Kirby, Molly Parker, Chris Evangelista


Pieces of a Woman Trailer Starring Vanessa Kirby & Ellen Burstyn

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Pieces of a Woman Trailer Starring Vanessa Kirby & Ellen Burstyn Netflix has released the official trailer for director Kornél Mundruczó’s highly-anticipated drama film Pieces of a Woman, featuring Emmy-nominated Vanessa Kirby (The Crown) as she stars in a deeply personal and powerful drama about a woman going through the pain and grief of losing a child during a home birth. Also starring Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn and Shia LaBeouf, the film will arrive in select theaters...
Tags: Movies, Boston, Netflix, Shia LaBeouf, Martin Scorsese, Proton, Martha, Jimmy, Kirby, Ellen Burstyn, Kata Weber, Kornel Mundruczo, ComingSoon, Movie News, Vanessa Kirby, Molly Parker


Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn on Making ‘Pieces of a Woman’

There’s a singular vision that director Kornél Mundruczó had in constructing “Pieces of a Woman,” and he had the full trust of his actors, particularly Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn. The film had its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival where Kirby won the Volpi Cup for best actress. Just ahead of its […]
Tags: Awards, Actors, Kirby, Ellen Burstyn, Kornel Mundruczo, Vanessa Kirby, Pieces of a Woman


Sophia Loren Could Break Oscar Acting Records With ‘The Life Ahead’

The best actress race is full of veterans this year, with the likes of Meryl Streep, Michelle Pfeiffer and Ellen Burstyn all vying for Oscar attention. Joining the list is Sophia Loren, one of the most prolific actresses of Hollywood’s Golden Age, in Edoardo Ponti’s “The Life Ahead.” The Oscar-winning Italian actor landed her gold […]
Tags: Hollywood, Awards, Sophia Loren, Oscars, Ellen Burstyn, Edoardo Ponti, The Life Ahead, Meryl Streep Michelle Pfeiffer


Beyoncé Film Agent Andrea Nelson Meigs Exits ICM Partners (EXCLUSIVE)

ICM Partners senior motion picture agent Andrea Nelson Meigs is packing up her office in a box to the left. The longtime film rep to luminaries like Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Ellen Burstyn is parting ways with the agency, Variety has learned. Her future plans are presently unknown, though she is said by two sources to […]
Tags: Beyonce, News, Variety, Ellen Burstyn, ICM Partners, Beyonce Knowles Carter, Andrea Nelson Meigs


Watch: ‘Requiem for a Dream’ 20th Anniversary Performance of “Lux Aeterna” Celebrates the Film’s 4K Home Video Release

Even if it’s been many years since you’ve seen Requiem for a Dream, director Darren Aronofsky‘s gut-punch of a movie, you can probably hear the film’s most famous piece of music in your head if you read the words “Lux Aeterna.” That catchy, eerie song comes courtesy of composer Clint Mansell, and since Requiem for a Dream is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Kronos Quartet has reconvened (in a socially-distanced setting, thanks to the pandemic) to bring that haunting tune back int...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Rebecca, Netflix, Matthew Libatique, Darren-Aronofsky, Dolby Vision, Dream, Viral Marketing, Selby, Dolby Atmos, Ellen Burstyn, Hubert Selby Jr, Ben Wheatley, Clint-Mansell, Lux Aeterna


Exclusive Requiem for a Dream Clip for 20th Anniversary Director’s Cut

Exclusive Requiem for a Dream Clip for 20th Anniversary Director’s Cut ComingSoon.net has an exclusive special features clip from the 20th Anniversary Requiem for a Dream Director’s Cut arriving on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital) on October 13 from Lionsgate. You can check out the clip now in the player below and order your copy here! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'g...
Tags: Video, Movies, Lionsgate, Darren Aronofsky, Jared Leto, Dolby Vision, Requiem For A Dream, Dallas Buyers Club, Marlon Wayans, Dolby Atmos, Ellen Burstyn, Jennifer Connelly, Hubert Selby Jr, Movie News, Aronofsky, Selby Jr


‘Pieces of a Woman’ Review: Vanessa Kirby Delivers a Career-Best Performance in a Tragedy That Never Comes Together [TIFF 2020]

How do we begin to put ourselves back together after everything falls apart? After our hopes and dreams suddenly go up in smoke? That’s the sort of question that lies at the heart of the often painful Pieces of a Woman, a stark tragedy awash in the harsh coldness of a Massachusetts winter. From director Kornél Mundruczó and writer Kata Wéber, this character study benefits from a career-best performance from Vanessa Kirby as Martha, a woman undone after the death of her baby. Any film dealing...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Boston, Massachusetts, Toronto, Features, Movie Reviews, Parker, Martha, Kirby, Shawn, Ellen Burstyn, Burstyn, Film Festivals, Ce, Kata Weber


Pieces of a Woman: Netflix Secures Global Rights to Vanessa Kirby-Led Drama

Pieces of a Woman: Netflix secures global rights to Vanessa Kirby-led drama According to Variety, Netflix has successfully obtained the worldwide distribution rights to Kornél Mundruczó’s drama film Pieces of a Woman which is being led by Emmy-nominated actress Vanessa Kirby and Honey Boy star Shia LaBeouf. This acquisition comes after the movie recently had its world premiere at the 2020 Venice International Film Festival where Kirby won the Volpi Cup for Best Actress. ...
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Vanessa Kirby’s Venice Winner ‘Pieces of a Woman’ Sells to Netflix in Worldwide Deal

Netflix has swept up a worldwide distribution deal for the resonant festival drama “Pieces of a Woman,” lauded for its leading performances from Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf. The harrowing drama about a couple struggling after a failed home birth is the English-language debut of Hungarian filmmaker Kornél Mundruczó. Directed from a script by Kata […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Venice, Shia LaBeouf, Ellen Burstyn, Kornel Mundruczo, Kata, Vanessa Kirby, Pieces of a Woman


‘The Exorcist’ Reboot Reportedly Coming to Theaters in 2021

Pazuzu rides again! Buried at the end of a recent Deadline article comes the news that a reboot of William Friedkin’s 1973 horror classic The Exorcist is being developed for theatrical release in 2021 by the folks at Morgan Creek Productions. Hang on to your holy water as we try to parse through what’s going on here. This sentence was at the bottom of a Deadline article this afternoon, and it has sent a ripple of confusion through the horror community: “Current Morgan Creek projects include S...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Amc, Fox, Deadline, Reboot, Max Von Sydow, Ellen Burstyn, Morgan Creek, Morgan Creek Productions, Linda Blair, William Friedkin, The Exorcist, Friedkin, Lee J Cobb, Pazuzu


Martin Scorsese Joins Pieces of a Woman as Executive Producer

Martin Scorsese Joins Pieces of a Woman as Executive Producer BRON announced today that Academy Award- winning director Martin Scorsese has joined the film team of Pieces of a Woman as an Executive Producer. It is the first English language film directed by Kornél Mundruczó who has been a Cannes regular with films that include the Cannes Un Certain Regard Prix winner White God. The deeply personal film is written by Kata Wéber based on a shared personal experience with Mundruczó. It stars Van...
Tags: Movies, Boston, Hungary, Cannes, Venice Film Festival, Martin Scorsese, Proton, Martha, Johanna, Ellen Burstyn, Bron, Kata Weber, Kornel Mundruczo, FIPRESCI, Movie News, Vanessa Kirby


Martin Scorsese Boards Venice, Toronto Title ‘Pieces of a Woman’ as Executive Producer

Martin Scorsese has joined Kornél Mundruczó’s “Pieces of a Woman” as an executive producer. The film will world premiere in competition at Venice and will screen as a gala at Toronto. Starring Vanessa Kirby, Shia LaBeouf and Ellen Burstyn, the film marks the English-language debut of Cannes Un Certain Regard winner Mundruczó (“White God”). It […]
Tags: News, Global, Toronto, Venice, Cannes, Martin Scorsese, Ellen Burstyn, Kornel Mundruczo, Bron Studios, Martin Scorsese Boards Venice Toronto, Vanessa Kirby Shia LaBeouf


Hong Chau Takes Care of Patty Hearst in Trailer for 'American Woman'

"I never wanted to be in this alone." Elevation Pics from Canada has debuted an official trailer for an indie true story thriller titled American Woman, marking the feature directorial debut of award-winning writer / producer Semi Chellas. Not to be confused with that Sienna Miller disappearance drama from last year also titled American Woman, or the recent TV show also called "American Woman"; this is a different story. Inspired by the headline-dominating kidnapping of heiress Patty Hearst ...
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American Woman Trailer Starring Hong Chau & Ellen Burstyn

American Woman trailer starring Hong Chau & Ellen Burstyn The official trailer for Elevation Pictures’ forthcoming drama film American Woman has been released, featuring Golden Globe nominee Hong Chau and Sarah Gadon as their characters try to escape the violence caused by the SLA. Based on author Susan Choi’s 2003 novel of the same name, the film is expected to have its digital release sometime this year. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Janelle Monáe Debuts Homecoming Seaso...
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Taika Waititi explains the origins of his movie 'Jojo Rabbit,' which won him the best adapted screenplay Oscar

Taika Waititi spoke with Business Insider about his acclaimed Nazi satire, "Jojo Rabbit." Waititi wrote and directed the movie, and also stars as an imaginary Adolf Hitler who the main character talks to. Waititi said the first draft of the script was more dramatic and didn't include the Hitler character. Almost five years after Waititi wrote the script, Fox Searchlight said it wanted to make the movie, as long as Waititi played the Hitler character, "which was lunacy to me," Waititi said. Wai...
Tags: Germany, Berlin, Disney, Los Angeles, Trends, John Malkovich, Fox News, Christian Bale, Scarlett Johansson, Nazi, Brad Pitt, Hitler, Thor, Fox Searchlight, James Gunn, Ryan Reynolds


‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ Star Alex Wolff on What He Learned From ‘Hereditary’ and Making His Directorial Debut [Interview]

Alex Wolff can be seen in theaters now as Spencer in Jumanji: The Next Level, but the son of actress Polly Draper has a lot more going on equally worth talking about. He recently wrote and directed his debut film, The Cat and the Moon, an unflinchingly honest portrayal of rowdy teenagers with Wolff himself playing a troubled youth who moves to New York City to live with his father’s best friend following his mother’s admittance into rehab and the death of his musician father. It’s an emotional ...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, New York City, Toronto, Features, Hereditary, Alec Baldwin, Liev Schreiber, Jumanji, NICK, Nicolas Cage, Danny DeVito, Spencer, Eliza, Mike Epps, Ray Romano


Ellen Burstyn Joins Cast of PIECES OF A WOMAN

Ellen Burstyn, Jimmie Fails, Molly Parker, and Iliza Shlesinger have joined the cast of Pieces Of A Woman. Shia LaBeouf and Vanessa Kirby were recently announced to star in the film as well. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Iliza Shlesinger, Ellen Burstyn, TV News Desk, Vanessa Kirby, Ellen Burstyn Jimmie Fails Molly Parker


A Taste of Disney+: How Are the First Episodes of the Streaming Service’s Original Shows?

Disney+ will officially join the streaming wars in just over a week on November 12. With it comes hundreds of The Walt Disney Company’s movies and television shows from over the decades, but there’s also a wave of original programming along with it. The most anticipated show is undoubtedly the live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian. Unfortunately, that series hasn’t been made available to critics for review, and it won’t be until it bows on the launch day for Disney+. However, the subscri...
Tags: Television, Movies, Abc, Documentary, Disney, Adidas, Chicago, Fox, Teen, Broadway, Jordan, Kristen Bell, Musical, Disneyland, Kristin Chenoweth, Walt Disney


Ellen Burstyn talks women in film, Pacino interview, #MeToo

NEW YORK (AP) — Ellen Burstyn hoped her Oscar-winning performance in the 1974 film in “Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore” would lead to more Hollywood stories told from a woman’s perspective. It didn’t happen quickly, but over the past couple of years there’s been an increase in female-driven films and women’s voices in the wake […]
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, News, Entertainment, Ap, Ellen Burstyn, Alice Doesn, Pacino


Taika Waititi explains the origins of his Oscar contender 'Jojo Rabbit,' why he ended up playing Hitler, and what it was like directing in costume

Taika Waititi spoke with Business Insider about his acclaimed Nazi satire, "Jojo Rabbit." Waititi wrote and directed the movie, and also stars as an imaginary Adolf Hitler who the main character talks to. Waititi said the first draft of the script was more dramatic and didn't include the Hitler character. Almost five years after Waititi wrote the script, Fox Searchlight said it wanted to make the movie, as long as Waititi played the Hitler character, "which was lunacy to me," Waititi said. The...
Tags: Germany, Berlin, Disney, Los Angeles, Trends, John Malkovich, Christian Bale, Scarlett Johansson, Nazi, Brad Pitt, Hitler, Thor, Fox Searchlight, Pixar, James Gunn, Ryan Reynolds


Ellen Burstyn, Ann Curry and others read at poetry benefit

NEW YORK (AP) — Actors Ellen Burstyn and Josh Charles, dancer Savion Glover and former “Today” show correspondent Ann Curry all were poetry readers for a night. “Poetry & the Creative Mind” is a benefit for the Academy of American Poets held each year at Lincoln Center, with people in a wide range of fields […]
Tags: New York, News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Savion Glover, Lincoln Center, Ellen Burstyn, Josh Charles, Ann Curry, Ellen Burstyn Ann Curry


2019 Critics’ Choice Awards: ‘Roma,’ ‘The Americans,’ ‘Mrs. Maisel’ Earn Top Prizes, Lady Gaga and Glenn Close Tie for Best Actress

Rotten Tomatometers and Metacritic aggregation can only show a sliver of what critics think about films, but the Critics Choice Awards is the definitive proof. The Broadcast Film Critics Association and Broadcast Television Journalists Association bestowed their annual Critics’ Choice Awards to the best in movies and TV over the past year, awarding a few festival and awards circuit favorites while mostly passing over The Favourite, despite the Yorgos Lanthimos film’s 14 nods — the most of any f...
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2019 Critics Choice Awards Nominations Love ‘The Favourite’ and ‘Black Panther’

The long march through awards season continues today with the announcement of the 24th Critics Choice Awards nominations. It might seem predictable that a period film like The Favourite came out on top of the pack with 14 nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director and nominations for the three stars, Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz, you might be surprised that the Marvel Studios blockbuster Black Panther wasn’t far behind with 12 nominations, including Best Picture and Best A...
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Alice TV Reboot Coming from Oscar Winner Diablo Cody

Alice TV reboot coming from Oscar-winner Diablo Cody The 70s sitcom Alice is getting a modern-day retelling, per a report from Deadline. Oscar-winner Diablo Cody (Juno, Tully) and Liz Astrof (2 Broke Girls, The King of Queens) will write and executive produce a new sitcom. Warner Bros. TV will co-produce with Vita Vera Films, Cody’s production company. The original Alice told the story of a widow who moves cross country with her teenage son, and starts her life over as a waitress in a roadsi...
Tags: TV, Movies, Queens, TV News, Cbs, Alice, Martin Scorsese, Linda Lavin, Lavin, Ellen Burstyn, Warner Bros TV, Diablo Cody, ComingSoon, Liz Astrof, Diablo Cody Juno Tully, Vita Vera Films Cody


Phish Frontman Trey Anastasio Loses Big on Sale of Celeb-Pedigreed Cottage

It took more than three years at steadily declining asking prices that started at $2.995 million and, in the end, a punishing hit to his pocketbook, but Phish front man Trey Anastasio at long last sold a secluded, celeb-pedigreed cottage cleaved to a steep, wooded cliff above the Hudson River in New York State’s sleepy […]
Tags: New York State, Real Estalker, Hudson River, Phish, Ellen Burstyn, Lorraine Bracco, Trey Anastasio, Phish Frontman Trey Anastasio


Film News Roundup: Elizabeth Mitchell Joins Ellen Burstyn’s ‘Welcome to Pine Grove!’

In today’s film news roundup, Elizabeth Mitchell boards “Welcome to Pine Grove!,” “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” hits a box office milestone, and Lionsgate signs a music publishing deal. CASTING Elizabeth Mitchell has joined the cast of romantic comedy “Welcome to Pine Grove!” and will play the daughter of Ellen Burstyn’s character. Michael Lembeck is directing […]
Tags: News, Lionsgate, Ellen Burstyn, Elizabeth Mitchell, Pine Grove, welcome to pine Grove, Pine Grove Jurassic, Michael Lembeck


Ann-Margret, Jane Curtin, Loretta Devine Join ‘Welcome to Pine Grove!’

Ann-Margret, Jane Curtin, Loretta Devine, and Christopher Lloyd have joined the cast of the romantic comedy “Welcome to Pine Grove!,” starring Ellen Burstyn and James Caan. Michael Lembeck is directing from a screenplay by Donald Martin. The Astute Films production is currently filming in Atlanta. Burstyn portrays a widow who reluctantly moves into the Pine […]
Tags: News, Atlanta, Ellen Burstyn, Burstyn, Christopher Lloyd, Loretta Devine, Pine Grove, Jane Curtin, Ann-Margret, welcome to pine Grove, Ann Margret Jane Curtin Loretta Devine, James Caan Michael Lembeck, Donald Martin