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Searchlight’s All-Star Murder Mystery Pic Gets Title & First-Look Photo

Searchlight Pictures has finally revealed the first official photo from Tom George’s upcoming directorial debut feature, which has now been titled See How They Run. In addition, the full cast and character details have also been announced, confirming that the film is currently slated for a wide theatrical release in 2022. “Making my debut feature with a company like Searchlight and this incredible cast has been a total dream,” George said in a statement (via Variety). “I’m so excited to bring th...
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‘See How They Run’ First Look Features Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan Wearing Hats, Solving Crimes

We have Kenneth Branagh’s Poirot series. We have Rian Johnson’s Knives Out trilogy. And now we have See How They Run, another star-studded murder mystery movie. Is this a trend? If so, I like it. Due out in theaters in 2022, See How They Run stars Sam Rockwell as a weary inspector and Saoirse Ronan as an eager rookie constable who team up to find out who killed a crew member on a film shoot in 1950s London. The first official image from the film is here, along with the full list of cast members...
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Adrien Brody Joins Cast of Next Wes Anderson Film

Adrien Brody and Wes Anderson are no strangers to one another, and Brody is once again teaming up with the prolific director on his next film, according to a report from Deadline. RELATED: Chapelwaite Trailer & Key Art Released for EPIX’s Stephen King Series According to the report, Brody is expected to join fellow Wes Anderson staples Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton in Anderson’s next film, which is set to shoot in Spain sometime in the future. Not much is known about the upcoming film other than...
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Wes Anderson’s Next Movie Adds Wes Anderson Regular Adrien Brody

Yo, Adrien. Wes Anderson casting news tends to have the feel of watching something along the lines of the MCU circa Phase One, with Nick Fury roaming around the Marvel universe and recruiting individual Avengers for the inevitable team-up down the line. This one is no different, as Deadline reports that Adrien Brody has apparently joined the cast for Anderson’s next upcoming feature. We know little in the way of actual details about this project, but we do know that it’s shaping up to be a t...
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Water is Wet, Earth is Round, Bill Murray Cast in Next Wes Anderson Movie

Wes Anderson is at the Cannes Film Festival right now promoting his latest movie, The French Dispatch. That’s not stopping him, however, from moving forward with his next movie. We didn’t know too much about the yet-to-be-titled film except that it would star Tilda Swinton and start shooting in Spain later this year. Today, however, we also found out that Bill Murray will once again join a Wes Anderson production. Variety is reporting that Murray will be joining the cast along with Swinton, ...
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Wes Anderson’s Next Movie Will Star Tilda Swinton, Films in Spain Later This Year

Wes Anderson‘s latest film, The French Dispatch, will soon have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on July 6. The general moviegoing public won’t be able to see it until October 22, but even before Searchlight Pictures carries out its theatrical distribution, Anderson has already started lining up his next project. The as-yet-untitled film will reportedly go into production in Spain this September and it will bring back Anderson’s frequent collaborator, Tilda Swinton, for a starring...
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Chapelwaite: EPIX Sets Premiere Date for Adrien Brody-Led Stephen King Series

(Photo by Chris Reardon/Epix) EPIX has announced that Chapelwaite, based on the short story Jerusalem’s Lot by Stephen King and starring Academy Award winner Adrien Brody (The Pianist, Peaky Blinders, The Grand Budapest Hotel) and Emily Hampshire (Schitt’s Creek), will premiere on Sunday, August 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. RELATED: Chapelwaite Teaser: First Look at Adrien Brody in Epix’s Stephen King Series Set in the 1850s, the series follows Captain Charles Boone (Brody), who relocates his family of...
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Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’ Will Open in Theaters in October, After Playing Cannes and the New York Film Festival

Wes Anderson‘s The French Dispatch has a new release date: October! The latest Anderson ensemble was due out last year, but we all know how things turned out for most films due out in 2020. Anderson’s pic was also supposed to play at the Cannes Film Festival last year, but when Cannes got Cannes-celed, those plans went down the toilet as well. But The French Dispatch will have its day at Cannes this year – and it’s playing the New York Film Festival, too. The French Dispatch The French ...
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Chapelwaite Teaser: First Look at Adrien Brody in Epix’s Stephen King Series

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Epix has released the official Chapelwaite teaser giving us a first look at Academy Award winner Adrien Brody (The Pianist, Peaky Blinders, The Grand Budapest Hotel) in the upcoming series based on the short story Jerusalem’s Lot by Stephen King. New photos from the horror show were also released, which you can check out in the gallery below! RELATED: From: Harold Perrineau to Lead Epix’s New Horror Series Set in the 1850s, the series follows Captain Charles Boone (Adrien Br...
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Owen Wilson to Star in Paramount’s Action Pic Secret Headquarters

According to Deadline, Oscar nominee Owen Wilson has officially signed on to star in Paramount Pictures’ upcoming action feature titled Secret Headquarters, which hails from Project Power duo Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Wilson will next be seen in two high-profile projects this year, with the first one being Marvel Studios’ highly-anticipated Loki series, which is set to debut next month on June 9. While the second one is his latest collaboration with Wes Anderson, which is the long-delayed...
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Adrien Brody Joins HBO’s Succession for Season 3

(Photo by Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images) Following Monday’s announcement that Alexander Skarsgård had joined the cast of HBO’s Succession, Variety brings word that Oscar winner Adrien Brody (The Pianist, Peaky Blinders, The Grand Budapest Hotel) has also been added to the hit drama series’ third season. Brody, whose upcoming projects also include The French Dispatch, Blonde, and the Epix series Chapelwaite, will guest star as Josh Aaronson, described as a billionaire activist investor who becom...
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Why Do Wes Anderson Movies Look Like That?

The dominant form of Hollywood and/or mainstream filmmaking has been realism, the sense that even in our wildest fantasy, sci-fi, and superhero films there’s still an attempt to hide the camera, the crew, and the lighting, and that what we’re seeing just *is*, that nothing has been constructed for us. Despite the tricks that editing and non-diegetic sound (music, etc.) play on us, we are still willing to believe that we are seeing a thing that happened. There’s very few filmmakers that e...
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Disney+ Officially Launches Star in Select International Territories

Disney+ Officially Launches Star in Select International Territories After more than two months since its official announcement, Disney+ has finally launched their newest content hub called Star, which further expands the growing streaming service’s already loaded collection of content raging from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars up to National Geographic. The Star brand geared towards more adult programming is now available in select international territories including Australia, New Zealan...
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Disney+ Launches Adult-Friendly 'Star' Channel for International Subscribers

Disney+ today launched its adult-friendly Star channel for existing subscribers in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. The Star brand includes content from Disney Television Studios, FX, 20th Century Studios, and 20th Television that's aimed more at grown-ups, as opposed to the all-ages content that's currently available on Disney+. Star is the sixth brand to launch on Disney+, alongside Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, National Geographic, and Disney. Star corrals titles from the back catal...
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‘French Exit’ star Lucas Hedges talks working with Michelle Pfeiffer in surreal comedy

Lucas Hedges might just be 24 but with an Oscar nomination and nearly 20 films to his credit, he knows a good screenplay when he reads one. “The appeal was in the effortlessness of the language,” Hedges says via Zoom about “French Exit,” his new film with Michelle Pfeiffer. “There were no clichés in the writing. Nothing cliché about it. “Even when I didn’t understand what he was saying, I thought it was interesting,” he says. “And so I wasn’t even drawn to the character as much as I was to how m...
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Tom George’s Untitled Murder Mystery Adds Ruth Wilson to Ensemble

Tom George’s untitled murder mystery adds Ruth Wilson to ensemble Though still without a title, Tom George’s upcoming murder mystery has continued to build its ensemble roster with the addition of Golden Globe-winning His Dark Materials and The Affair star Ruth Wilson, according to Deadline. if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptSt...
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Accidentally Wes Anderson Photography Book Review

Accidentally Wes Anderson is a stunning photo book inspired by the distinctive visual design and vocabulary of the famed director behind films like The Royal Tenenbaums, The Grand Budapest Hotel and Isle Of Dogs. Authorized by the director himself, this hardcover volume collects over 200 photographs of real-life places that seem plucked from the just-so world of his films, presented with fascinating human stories behind each façade. Symmetry, a visual hallmark and ubiquitous quality found in ...
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‘Willow’: Tony Revolori in Talks to Play a Lead Role in Disney+ Series

Tony Revolori is going from Far From Home to a far-off fantasy land. The Spider-Man: Far From Home star is in talks to join the Willow cast as a lead role in the Disney+ series, which follows up the story of the beloved 1988 fantasy film. He would join Warwick Davis, who is reprising his role as the title character, and several other rising stars who are already set to round out the ensemble cast. Deadline reports that Tony Revolori, of Spider-Man: Far From Home and The Grand Budapest Hotel,...
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Designing Graphic Props for Filmmaking Book Review

Fake Love Letters, Forged Telegrams, and Prison Escape Maps: Designing Graphic Props for Filmmaking is an illuminating and delightful exploration of a vital but often overlooked discipline in movie-making; the work of prop designers. Although graphic props such as invitations, letters, tickets, and packaging are rarely seen close-up by a cinema audience, they are designed in painstaking detail. Dublin-based designer Annie Atkins invites readers into the creative process behind her intricately...
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Adrien Brody Joins Searchlight Pictures’ Star-Studded Murder Mystery Film

Adrien Brody Joins Searchlight Pictures’ Star-Studded Murder Mystery According to The Hollywood Reporter, Oscar winner Adrien Brody has officially signed on to join the ensemble cast of Searchlight Pictures’ untitled murder mystery film, in which he is set to portray the role of blacklisted Hollywood film director, Leo Köpernick. Brody joins previously announced four-time Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan, Oscar winner Sam Rockwell and Golden Globe nominee David Oyelowo. RELATED: Adrien Brody & Ve...
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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...
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Where Wes Anderson films 'accidentally' come to life

A new book portrays striking locations from Lisbon to Alaska brimming with the great director’s aesthetic appealThere’s something about director Wes Anderson’s style that’s instantly recognisable. Immaculate composition, symmetrical lines, pastel colours, idiosyncratic and strangely alluring sets are trademarks in films from The Darjeeling Limited to The Grand Budapest Hotel.But a new photography travel book, Accidentally Wes Anderson, is full of places in the real world that look as though they...
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Exclusive: André Øvredal Talks Scary Stories Sequel & The Long Walk

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Exclusive: André Øvredal talks Scary Stories sequel & The Long Walk While chatting with the writer/director for his latest project, the fantasy action pic Mortal, ComingSoon.net took a walk down future lane with André Øvredal to discuss his work developing the upcoming Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark sequel and adaptation of Stephen King’s The Long Walk! RELATED: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Sequel a Go with André Øvredal Returning! PB ...
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Kitchen of the Week: ‘Wes Anderson Meets Provencal’ in West London

“Wes Anderson meets Provençal.” Designer Chris Graves (of Clarence & Graves) is describing his vision for his kitchen renovation. But what does that mean, exactly? For one thing, a memorable palette, in this case “a beautiful soft palette of pink, black and green”; for another, nostalgia for the past via quirky vintage and antique pieces. And then, there’s the more intangible element, a certain joie de vivre that all Wes Anderson sets seem to share: “I wanted it to feel joyous, convivial, bright...
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Accidentally Wes Anderson, the Book

Inspired by the symmetry and color palettes of Wes Anderson’s movies, the Instagram account Accidentally Wes Anderson has been collecting and featuring photos from folks all over the world that would look out of place in The Royal Tenenbaums or The Grand Budapest Hotel. The creators have turned it into a new book called Accidentally Wes Anderson, which features many of the best contributions from the account. It sounds like it’s kind of a travel book, a visually oriented Atlas Obscura. Now, i...
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Wes Anderson's "artful homage" in The Grand Budapest Hotel

In this video, filmmaker Thomas Flight does a side-by-side comparison between Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel and a number of films he was "heavily influenced" by, mainly Bergman's The Silence and Hitchcock's Torn Curtain. Flight generously calls it "artful homage." — Read the rest
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Steal Like Wes Anderson: A New Video Essay Explores How Wes Anderson Pays Artful Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock, Ingmar Bergman & Other Directors in His Films

Although not the debut film of director Wes Anderson, and certainly not of star Bill Murray, Rushmore introduced the world to the both of them. Anderson's first feature Bottle Rocket (an expansion of the short film previously featured here on Open Culture) hadn't found a particularly large audience upon its theatrical release in 1996. But quite a few of the viewers who had seen and appreciated it seemed to run in Murray's circles, and in a 1999 Charlie Rose interview the actor told of be...
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A new book showcases real-life places around the world that look straight out of a Wes Anderson film — here's an early look at the fantastical dupes

Fox Searchlight Pictures/Courtesy Accidentally Wes Anderson The founder of the popular Instagram account Accidentally Wes Anderson is releasing his first-ever book highlighting 200 of the "most idiosyncratic and interesting locations on Earth."Images in the book span every continent including Antarctica and echo filmmaker Wes Anderson's distinctive and whimsical visual style.Titled "Accidentally Wes Anderson," the book is available now for preorder and will be released on October 20.Founde...
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Ralph Fiennes to Star in David Hare Coronavirus Play in London

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” actor Ralph Fiennes will star in a production of “Beat the Devil,” a new play by eminent playwright and Oscar-nominated screenwriter David Hare (“The Reader,” “The Hours”). Theater director Nicholas Hytner, BAFTA winner for the film “The Madness of King George,” will direct the production, which will be staged at London’s […]
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‘The King’s Man’ Posters: Ralph Fiennes’ Scowl is as Sharp as His Sword

Hey, remember The King’s Man? Director Matthew Vaughn‘s Kingsman prequel film was originally supposed to open this past February, but last year, well before the coronavirus pandemic upended Hollywood, its release date was delayed until this fall. Will its current September release date hold? I have no idea! But here are some new international The King’s Man posters from 20th Century Studios to remind you that the film exists. The King’s Man Posters The first poster is almost identical to...
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