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Naomi Watts to Star in Amazon’s English Remake of Goodnight Mommy

Naomi Watts to star in Amazon’s English remake of Goodnight Mommy It’s been over two years since we last heard word about director Matt Sobel’s English remake of the 2014 Austrian horror thriller Goodnight Mommy but now Variety has brought word that Oscar nominee Naomi Watts (Boss Level) has officially signed on to star in and executive produce the Amazon Studios project. RELATED: Timo Tjahjanto In Talks to Helm New Line’s Train to Busan Remake “My favorite films are those that invite the au...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Austria, Busan, David Lynch, Naomi Watts, Gore Verbinski, Amazon Studios, Sobel, Matt Reeves, ComingSoon, Matt Sobel, Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz, Amy Sussman Getty, Naomi Watts Boss Level


‘Goodnight Mommy’ Remake Will Star Naomi Watts

The nasty Austrian horror flick Goodnight Mommy is getting an American remake, and the remake has found its mommy: Naomi Watts. Amazon Studios is producing the remake, with Matt Sobel (Take Me to the River) directing a script from Kyle Warren. Released in 2014, the original film was helmed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala, who went on to make the even nastier (and better) horror movie The Lodge. In Goodnight Mommy, twin siblings begin to suspect their mother is not who she says she is. Va...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Horror, Warren, Naomi-Watts, Remakes, Watts, Amazon Studios, Sobel, Matt Sobel, Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz, Goodnight Mommy, Kyle Warren, Naomi Watts Amazon Studios


Goodnight Mommy Is Getting An English Remake

Goodnight Mommy is getting an English remake Following the smash critical success of the 2014 foreign horror thriller Goodnight Mommy, an English-language adaptation has officially been ordered with David Kaplan, producer of the indie horror hit It Follows, set to produce for Animal Kingdom, according to Deadline. Filming is set to begin in the third quarter of 2019 with Matt Sobel, the director of the well-received 2015 Sundance drama Take Me to the River, helming the remake and Kyle Warren ...
Tags: Movies, Austria, David Kaplan, Sobel, Elias, Lukas, Matt Sobel, Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz, Kyle Warren Lethal Weapon


Playtime, Animal Kingdom Team on ‘Goodnight Mommy’s’ U.S. Remake

Playtime and Animal Kingdom have joined forces to package the English-language remake of “Goodnight Mommy,” the critically acclaimed Austrian psychological thriller. Matt Sobel, who made his feature debut with the Sundance playing drama “Take Me To The River,” has been attached to direct “Goodnight Mommy” and is overseeing a draft written by Kyle Warren, based […]
Tags: News, Global, It Follows, Animal Kingdom, Matt Sobel, Playtime Films, Kyle Warren


Video: Alina Bea, ‘Live Undone’

Alina Cutrono’s post-Body Parts, post-break-up emergence as Alina Bea is all about embracing change and emotional self-sufficiency. The video for the title track from her electro-pop EP, “Live Undone,” takes a cue from the queen of dancing with yourself, Kate Bush, and features Cutrono dancing out her feelings in a dark room with projections highlighting the contours of her movements as she vacillates between vulnerability and empowerment. Directed by Matt Sobel, who recently received a Sundance...
Tags: Video, Kate Bush, Local Artist, Alina Bea, Matt Sobel, Kaiman, Alina Cutrono, Cutrono, Thomas Scott Stanton


Take Me to the River' Review: This Family Reunion Plays...

Registration will allow you to post comments on newcanaannewsonline.com and create a newcanaannewsonline.com Subscriber Portal account for you to manage subscriptions and email preferences. Writer-director Matt Sobel's extraordinary debut feature boasts a powerful ensemble cast and finds the tension in what people don't talk about The first time I saw "Take Me to the River" was at its premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, but while watching the movie again more than a year later, its impa...
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This Week In Trailers: Son of Saul, The Lure, Mad Tiger, Take Me To The River, Los Punks: We Are All We Have

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we revisit an Oscar contender, hit the backyards of Southern California for some real punk, get weird with some dudes who want to bl...
Tags: Egypt, This Week In Trailers, Poland, Movie Trailers, Warsaw, Southern California, László Nemes, Angela Boatwright, South Central, Matt Sobel, Jonathan Yi, Movie Marketing, Agnieszka Smoczyska, Michael Haertlein, Saul UK, Agnieszka Smoczynska


DN331: Matt Sobel Takes an Inverted Look at the Coming of Age Story in ‘Take Me To The River’

About as far removed from an easy, passive watching experience as you can get, Matt Sobel’s Take Me To The River is an experience as compelling as it uncomfortable, which speaks to the director’s ability to draw an audience in as co-creators of the excruciating events unfolding on screen. We caught up with Sobel at the London Film Festival to dig into the origins of his inverted coming of age story and discover how he harnessed the celebrity power of Taylor Swift to craft an impressive perfor...
Tags: Feature, Usa, Taylor Swift, Podcasts, Drama, London film festival, Narrative, Sobel, Film Festival, LFF2015, Matt Sobel