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‘The Nightingale’ Trailer: The Director of ‘The Babadook’ is Back With a Shocking Revenge Thriller

Jennifer Kent, director of the acclaimed horror film The Babadook, returns with a very different type of scary movie. The Nightingale is a shockingly brutal tale of revenge set in Australia in the 1800s. Aisling Franciosi plays a young Irish convict on a journey to track down and kill a soldier who did something terrible to her and her family. The results are unpleasant, to say the least. Watch The Nightingale trailer below. The Nightingale Trailer I have a fairly strong stomach when it...
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Cannes Film Business is Buoyant — If Films Are Made for a Price

“The dead don’t die,” Constantin CEO Martin Moszkowicz joked on Thursday afternoon on Cannes’ Grand Hotel terrace, one of the Cannes Film Festival’s favorite industry haunts. Moszkowicz wasn’t just quoting the title of Jim Jarmusch’s Festival Cannes opening movie, a zombie film set in small-town America. He was also implying that there are more movies […]
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‘Game of Thrones’: Cannes Power Players Scramble to Watch the Finale

Chloë Sevigny may have starred in HBO’s “Big Love,” but her association with the premium cable channel isn’t strong enough to help her out of a jam. She’s desperate to watch the series finale of “Game of Thrones” while she’s at this year’s Cannes Film Festival to promote Jim Jarmusch’s “The Dead Don’t Die.” “What […]
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Critic’s Notebook: Cannes Film Festival: It’s Apocalypse Now, Thanks to Jim Jarmusch

The start of this year’s festival has all the customary stars and glamour as well as flesh-eating American zombies and a Brazilian fight to the death.
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Zombie killer Bill Murray 'doing a public service'

Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray share their "pride" at killing zombies in Jim Jarmusch's new "The Dead Don't Die," which opened this year's Cannes Film Festival. (May 16)            [Author: AP]
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‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Review: Jim Jarmusch’s Zombie Comedy Lacks Bite [Cannes]

The Dead Don’t Die is Jim Jarmusch’s love letter to George Romero. The iconoclastic indie director twists his usual sardonic gaze upon the common tropes of zombie films (the mantra is “kill the head” as a way of vanquishing the foes), and Jarmusch’s goal is to set a desiccating look at the underpinnings of undead mythology. With an all-star cast that includes Jarmusch regulars and newcomers alike, including Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Iggy Pop, RZA, Sara Driver, Chloë Sevigny, S...
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Ghostface Killah & RZA – “On That Sht Again”

Of Mics And Men, Showtime's new four-part documentary about the history of the Wu-Tang Clan, is absolutely magical television, and it effectively makes the totally accurate case that the Wu-Tang Clan's ascent is one of the great miracles in the history of American popular music. (At one point, Jim Jarmusch refers to Wu-Tang as "warriors … More »
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Bill Murray Open to Appearing in Jason Reitman’s New ‘Ghostbusters’ Sequel

For a long time, Bill Murray didn’t really want anything to do with Ghostbusters 3. However, director Paul Feig was fortunate enough to secure his involvement (along with most of the rest of the original cast) for a cameo in Ghostbusters: Answer the Call. And it sounds like if Jason Reitman wants Bill Murray to appear in the developing Ghostbusters sequel slated for 2020, all he has to do is ask. IndieWire recently talked with Bill Murray following the Cannes premiere of Jim Jarmusch’s zombie...
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Cannes Review: The Dead Don’t Die Brings Jim Jarmusch’s Intimate Touch to the World of Zombies

The movie plays like a scrapbook, not just of zombie-movie lore but of the places Jim Jarmusch has been before and the people he likes to see in his movies
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Another New Red Band Trailer for Jim Jarmusch's 'The Dead Don't Die'

"Slow down a second, please." Focus Features has released a second trailer for Jim Jarmusch's film The Dead Don't Die, his zombie thriller social commentary that just premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last night. This new red band trailer shows some of the zombie kills and reminds us to "kill the head" if you want to survive a zombie apocalypse. Described as a "hilarious" zombie comedy about a small town that becomes overrun by the undead. The humongous ensemble cast includes Adam Driv...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Tom Waits, Jim Jarmusch, Cannes film festival, Cannes, Iggy Pop, Indies, Focus Features, Danny Glover, Jarmusch, To Watch, Dead Don


‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Restricted Trailer Cuts Off Heads and Drops Plenty of F-Bombs

Jim Jarmusch‘s all-star zombie comedy The Dead Don’t Die just premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. If you were unable to attend, and want in some of that Jarmusch zom-com action, perhaps this new restricted trailer will hold you over. It features lots of scene of Adam Driver chopping off heads, and lots of scenes of Bill Murray saying the F-word. Watch the Dead Don’t Die restricted trailer below! The Dead Don’t Die Restricted Trailer The biggest selling point of The Dead Don’t Die see...
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Cannes 2019: Jarmusch's Deadpan Zombie Film 'The Dead Don't Die'

Jarmusch seems pretty upset about the way things are in our society these days. So he made a zombie film. The Dead Don't Die, a zombie comedy written & directed by American indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch (of Dead Man, Ghost Dog, Coffee and Cigarettes, Broken Flowers, The Limits of Control, Only Lovers Left Alive, Paterson), just premiered at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival as the opening night gala film. This actually isn't so much of a zombie film, as it is social commentary covered with blood an...
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Kill The Head With Redband The Dead Don’t Die Trailer

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Kill the head with redband The Dead Don’t Die trailer The time is quickly approaching for the highly-anticipated ensemble zombie comedy The Dead Don’t Die from Jim Jarmusch (Only Lovers Left Alive) and as it heads to Cannes, Focus Features has debuted a new redband trailer in which Adam Driver (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker)’s Officer Ronald Peterson teaches the characters how to kill zombies, which can be viewed in the player below! PB = P...
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Cannes Film festival set to open with zombie comedy

CANNES, France (AP) — The 72nd Cannes Film Festival is set to open Tuesday with the premiere of Jim Jarmusch’s zombie comedy “The Dead Don’t Die” and the introduction of Alejandro Inarritu’s jury. This year’s Cannes arrives with the usual swirl of celebrity and controversy. Debuting at the French film festival will be Quentin Tarantino’s […]
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Cannes’ Place as Awards Season Launchpad Under Threat in Streaming Age

Bill Murray, Chloe Sevigny, Adam Driver and Tilda Swinton will be among the slew of Hollywood stars ascending the Palais des Festivals’ red-carpet this evening for Jim Jarmusch’s opening film “The Dead Don’t Die,” one of several studio titles at Cannes’ 72nd edition that has been preceded by chatter about changing dynamics between the fest […]
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Watch Selena Gomez Buy A Sturgill Simpson CD In This Clip From Jim Jarmusch’s New Zombie Movie

Jim Jarmusch’s new zombie movie, The Dead Don’t Die, comes out this June. In addition to Jarmusch's usual roster, including Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, and Adam Driver, the cast is stacked with musicians like Iggy Pop, RZA, Tom Waits, Selena Gomez. We saw the first trailer last month, and now we … More »
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The Match Factory Boards ‘Noche de Fuego’ From ‘Roma’ Producer (EXCLUSIVE)

Leading arthouse sales agent The Match Factory, which has four films in the Cannes Film Festival official selection, has added “Noche de Fuego” by Mexican-El Salvadoran director Tatiana Huezo to its slate. The film is produced by Nicolas Celis, producer of Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma,” and Jim Stark, who has produced several films by Jim Jarmusch. […]
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10 films to watch at Cannes | Peter Bradshaw's picks

Jim Jarmusch’s starry zombie horror opens, Quentin Tarantino returns and rising director Alice Furtado makes her debut•Cannes 2019 party kicks off as clouds of controversy gatherDir Quentin TarantinoTarantino’s new black comedy-drama stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt as a fading TV star and his veteran stunt double in late 1960s Hollywood, as Los Angeles is traumatised by the Manson family murders. Continue reading...
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‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Clip Tells You How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse

Jim Jarmusch‘s star-studded zombie comedy The Dead Don’t Die remains an enigma. Despite featuring Jarmusch’s usual players, it looks unlike any other film the Only Lovers Left Alive director has made so far. Jarmusch has dabbled in comedy plenty of times, but has he ever gone this silly? Or is the marketing for this movie deceiving us all, and there’s more than meets the eye here? I don’t know, but this Dead Don’t Die clip is suitably goofy, and advises you how to survive a zombie apocalypse. ...
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The Dead Don’t Don’t Digital Spot & Character Posters Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Dead Don’t Die digital spot & character posters released Focus Features has released a new The Dead Don’t Die digital spot offering up some advice on how to survive a zombie apocalypse. You can check out the spot for the horror comedy in the player below, as well as new character posters in the gallery! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone'...
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How David Bowie Used William S. Burroughs’ Cut-Up Method to Write His Unforgettable Lyrics

Why do David Bowie's songs sounds like no one else's, right down to the words that turn up in their lyrics? Novelist Rick Moody, who has been privy more than once to details of Bowie's songwriting process, wrote about it in his column on Bowie's 2013 album The Next Day: "David Bowie misdirects autobiographical interpretation, often, by laying claim to reportage and fiction as songwriting methodologies, and he cloaks himself, further, in the cut-up." Anyone acquainted with the work of Wil...
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I Was Born to be an Example of Misfortune: Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

If you asked a random person what their most anticipated release of April 2019 was, they likely said Avengers: Endgame. Yet I picked The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, Gilliam’s long gestating film about the foolish hidalgo and his adventures. Quixote was in development for 30 years. Along the way, Gilliam had one of the most famous false starts in history, as captured in the documentary Lost in La Mancha. Since then, he fought insurance companies, producers, and even different casts in order to ge...
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‘Avengers: Endgame’ and the summer movies you’ll want to see

As we all know, “Avengers: Endgame” will be the biggest film of the summer/year/all-time-and-space, and this culmination of all things Marvel Superhero will influence movies we see for a long time to come. However, while it is kicking off Hollywood’s most lucrative season and everyone will be talking about it, “Endgame” won’t be the only tone-setter for film summer 2019. Sure, there’ll be more costumed crusaders before Labor Day. There’s the Disney-absorbed Fox Studios’ last X-Men adventures, “D...
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2019 Cannes Film Festival Selection - Malick, Dolan, Hausner, Sachs

Every year, cinephiles wake up early for the announcement from France of the films playing at the Cannes Film Festival. For the 72nd Cannes Film Festival taking place this May, they've confirmed a considerably impressive, enticing selection of films made by the finest filmmakers hailing from all over the world. The 2019 line-up includes new films by Xavier Dolan (Matthias & Maxime), Ira Sachs (Frankie set in Portugal), Terrence Malick (A Hidden Life formerly titled Radegund), Bong Joon-ho (Par...
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Cannes 2019 Lineup Includes ‘Rocketman,’ Films from Terrence Malick, Bong Joon-Ho, and 13 Female Directors

The Cannes 2019 lineup has been announced for the prestigious film festival’s 72nd annual outing. The official selection so far includes films by Terrence Malick (A Hidden Life), Pedro Almodovar (Pain & Glory), and Bong Joon ho (Parasite), as well as Dexter Fletcher‘s high-profile Elton John biopic Rocketman, which is set to make its debut with John himself making an appearance on the Croisette. But most notably, 12 of the 47 films announced Thursday are directed by women (one co-directed by tw...
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Cannes: 2019 Lineup Includes Terrence Malick, Pedro Almodóvar, Four Films by Women

The 72nd Cannes Film Festival unveiled its lineup, boosting the number of female filmmakers in official selection to 13 — four of which will compete for the Palme d’Or, the highest number since 2011. Additionally, new movies by Pedro Almodóvar and American directors Terrence Malick and Ira Sachs join Elton John biopic “Rocketman” and the […]
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Watch Cannes Lineup Announcement (Updating Live)

The 72nd Cannes Film Festival is announcing the films chosen for “official selection” — including those competing for the event’s coveted Palme d’Or prize — in a press conference Thursday starting at 11 a.m. in Paris. The livestream of the press conference is available here. (Please note that the broadcast seldom starts on time.) Last […]
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