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Warum es halb so schlimm ist, dass alle meine Dates in der Friendzone enden

Ich hatte gerade ein erstes Date mit einer Frau, die ich über eine Dating-App kennengelernt habe. Ich habe ein ziemlich gutes Gefühl, denn der Funke und die gewaltige sexuelle Energie zwischen uns waren deutlich spürbar. Außerdem erfüllt mich der Gedanke daran, sie hoffentlich bald besser kennenlernen zu können, mit Aufregung. So weit, so gut. Kaum zu Hause angekommen, erhalte ich auch schon eine Nachricht, die mich erschaudern lässt: „Ich würde dich gerne wiedersehen…, aber nur als gute Freu...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Sarah, Todd Haynes, Kontakt, Energie, Rolle, Kopf, Weise, Bedeutung, Freund, Frau, Hause, Personen, Dunkel


DNEG Developing Animated Film Adaptation of The Great Gatsby

DNEG developing animated film adaptation of The Great Gatsby While Vikings creator Michael Hirst is currently at work developing a series adaptation of the iconic novel at A+E, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is gearing up to find new life on the big screen as visual effects house DNEG have been work on an animated take on the novel, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Vikings Creator Michael Hirst Adapting The Great Gatsby at A+E if (typeof...
Tags: Movies, Leonardo Dicaprio, Hasbro, Vikings, Long Island, Baz Luhrmann, Robert Redford, Todd Haynes, Martin Scorsese, Daisy Buchanan, Scott Fitzgerald, Fitzgerald, Michael Hirst, Joyce, William Joyce, Great Gatsby


Michelle Williams To Reunite With Todd Haynes for Peggy Lee Biopic

Michelle Williams to reunite with Todd Haynes for Peggy Lee biopic The long-gestating biopic of beloved jazz singer Peggy Lee is finally gaining some ground as Golden Globe winner Michelle Williams (Fosse/Verdon) has signed on to star in the central role and reunite with director Todd Haynes (Dark Waters), according to Deadline. RELATED: Michelle Williams Confirms Return for Venom Sequel if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStan...
Tags: Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Fox, Bob Dylan, Williams, Seattle, MGM, Todd Haynes, Lee, Haynes, Ephron, Peggy Lee, Christine Vachon, Michelle Williams, Billie Eilish, Witherspoon


‘Fever’: Michelle Williams to Play Peggy Lee in Biopic Directed by Todd Haynes

A Peggy Lee biopic has been in the works for years, with Reese Witherspoon once being attached to play the beloved singer/actress. But the project was put on hold after its screenwriter, Nora Ephron, died in 2012, and it’s been idling ever since. Now the film has new life, because four-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams has come on board to star for director Todd Haynes (Carol), and MGM is in talks to distribute the movie, which is called Fever after Peggy Lee’s famous cover of the Little Wil...
Tags: Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Casting, Fever, Williams, Oscar, Marilyn Monroe, Nora Ephron, MGM, Todd Haynes, Lee, Peggy Lee, Christine Vachon, Michelle-Williams, Billie Eilish, Witherspoon


Michelle Williams to Play Peggy Lee in Biopic for Director Todd Haynes, Billie Eilish Eyeing EP Role

Michelle Williams is on board to portray another classic Hollywood icon, in the Peggy Lee biopic “Fever” for director Todd Haynes, Variety has confirmed. MGM is in talks to back the film. Marc Platt, Reese Witherspoon, and Killer Films’ Pamela Koffler and Christine Vachon are producing. Doug Wright (“Quills”) is writing the screenplay. Billie Eilish, her […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, MGM, Todd Haynes, Peggy Lee, Christine Vachon, Michelle Williams, Billie Eilish, Pamela Koffler, Doug Wright Quills, Todd Haynes Billie Eilish, Todd Haynes Variety, Marc Platt Reese Witherspoon


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...
Tags: Hollywood, Film, Book Reviews, Filmmaking, Wes Anderson, Anime, Graphic Design, Dublin, Grand Budapest Hotel, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Steven Spielberg, Bridge Of Spies, Todd Haynes, Art Book Review, Phaidon, Annie Atkins


Now Stream This: ‘Carol’, ‘Lovers Rock’, ‘The New World’, ‘Big’, ‘She Dies Tomorrow’, ‘The Silent Partner’, ‘The Final Girls’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Carol Now Streaming on Netflix Release Date: 2015 Genre: Romantic Drama Director: Todd Haynes Cast: Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Sarah Paulson, Jake Lacy, Kyle Chandler Carol is a Christmas movie. It’s set mostly at Christmas, Rooney Mara wears a Santa hat, it’s called Carol like a Christmas Carol – okay, that last one is a stretch, but you...
Tags: Movies, Tesla, Features, Tom Hanks, Bette Davis, Canada, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ford, Ethan Hawke, Colin Farrell, Pocahontas, Steve McQueen, Nikola Tesla, Santa, Amy Adams, Hulu


Apple Buys Rights to 'The Velvet Underground' Documentary

Apple today announced that it has purchased the worldwide distribution rights to "The Velvet Underground," a documentary from Todd Haynes. Haynes' documentary follows 1960's band "The Velvet Underground," which was headlined by Lou Reed and once managed by artist Andy Warhol. "The Velvet Underground" was known as the "house band" at the Factory, which was Warhol's studio that served as a hangout for artists and a venue for legendary parties. "The Velvet Underground" will feature never before...
Tags: Apple, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Lou Reed, Todd Haynes, Werner Herzog, Apple TV shows, Apple TV Plus, Apple TV Shows Apple, Todd Haynes Haynes


Todd Haynes-Directed ‘Velvet Underground’ Documentary Lands at Apple (EXCLUSIVE)

Apple TV Plus has scored worldwide distribution rights to “The Velvet Underground,” a new documentary from Oscar-nominated director Todd Haynes. Haynes (“Carol,” “Far From Heaven”) tackles the hugely influential 1960s avant-garde group, at one time managed by Andy Warhol and considered the “house band” of his iconic workspace The Factory. Haynes’ film aims to prove […]
Tags: Apple, News, The Velvet Underground, Andy Warhol, Todd Haynes, Haynes, Apple TV Plus, Todd Haynes Haynes Carol


We’ve Got A File On You: Thurston Moore

Thurston Moore has done so much in his decades-spanning career that he can barely remember some of it. Performing with Sonic Youth on cult comedy classic The State's network television premiere? Doesn't remember it. What about when the band appeared on the Canadian kids show Yo Awesome Awesome? Nope. Providing the voice of Mark Twain … More »
Tags: Music, David Letterman, Steve Albini, Mark Twain, Matt Groening, Sonic Youth, The Simpsons, Twilight, Bernie Sanders, Sparks, Todd Haynes, Blake Judd, Nardwuar, Greg Dulli, Kim Gordon, Thurston Moore


13 Tales of the Weird

I love musical theatre more than anything else in the world. But I also really love horror. New Line has brought the two together on several occasions, with Night of the Living Dead, Sweeney Todd, The Rocky Horror Show, In the Blood, Lizzie, and The Zombies of Penzance. Depending on your definition, I might include on that list Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party, Love Kills, Sweet Smell of Success, and Assassins.Even before the pandemic hit, but especially now, I'm always looking for new writing pro...
Tags: Musicals, Horror, Stephen King, Theatre, Broadway, Mystery, Terror, Theater, George Romero, Canterbury, King, Hamilton, Robert, Todd Haynes, Mary, Lizzie


Hear An Unearthed Stooges Cover From ’90s Punk Supergroup Wylde Ratttz

For Todd Haynes' 1998 sorta David Bowie biopic Velvet Goldmine, a group of musicians who called themselves Wyld Ratttz recorded some songs for the movie, including a cover of the Stooges' "T.V. Eye," which was included on its official soundtrack. The group was made up of the Stooges own Ron Asheton, Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore … More »
Tags: Music, David Bowie, Todd Haynes, Thurston Moore, the Stooges, Ron Asheton, Velvet Goldmine, Wylde Ratttz, Wyld Ratttz


Director Oren Moverman on the Future of Movies: ‘Independent Cinema, As We Know it, Is Over’

Oren Moverman began his career as a screenwriter, scripting such landmarks of independent film as “Jesus’ Son” and (with Todd Haynes) “I’m Not There.” In 2009, he made his directorial debut with “The Messenger,” an Iraq-war homefront drama that attracted major critical acclaim as well as two Oscar nominations (for best original screenplay and for […]
Tags: News, Iraq, Bad Education, Columns, Todd Haynes, Oren Moverman, Jesus Son


New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s July 2020 Lineup

New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s July 2020 Lineup The Criterion Channel, a streaming service from the niche home video distributor for film aficionados, has unveiled its lineup of programming for the month of July, which will include and Auto Focused double featuring with the Steve McQueen-starring classic Bullitt and ensemble sports drama Grand Prix, along with a large roster of contemporary and classic films! RELATED: BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in July 2020 Wedn...
Tags: Movies, Movie News, Streaming, The Criterion Channel


Premature Evaluation: Bob Dylan Rough And Rowdy Ways

"I've already outlived my life by far." Coming from Bob Dylan, this is an understatement. At 79, Dylan has outlasted many of the other icons who fomented the musical and social revolutions of the 1960s. It made perfect sense when Todd Haynes cast six different actors to play him because he has seemed to live … More »
Tags: Music, Bob Dylan, Todd Haynes, Dylan, Premature Evaluation


Now Stream This: ‘The Fugitive’, ‘Pet Sematary’, ‘Frozen II’, ‘Haywire’, ‘The Mask of Zorro’, and More Movies to Stream Right Now

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Well, here we are. In the midst of a pandemic that requires nearly all of us to stay the hell indoors. The silver lining: More time to sit around and stream movies. Which means it’s my time to shine! I felt a little extra pressure this week, since I know many people are craving new entertainment to watch at the moment. So I tried to compile a list ...
Tags: Amazon, Elsa, Hollywood, London, Movies, Julianne Moore, Stephen King, Features, Netflix, Ford, Steven Soderbergh, Michael Fassbender, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Harrison Ford, Hulu, Creed


The Streamer’s Guide to March 2020: What to Watch at Home to Prepare For This Month’s Theatrical Releases

(Welcome to The Streamer’s Guide, a new monthly feature recommending at-home viewing options from filmmakers with new movies arriving in theaters this month.) March is when the movie year feels like it really kicks off in earnest. The studios start putting their best foot forward, not just taking out their trash. The indie labels put out some of prior year’s festival hits that weren’t quite built for an Oscar run – but are nonetheless incredibly impressive titles. Last year’s films finally star...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Disney, America, Features, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Brazil, Mulan, Ken-Loach, Cillian Murphy, Lucy, Cannes, Bernie Sanders, John Krasinski, Todd Haynes


Todd Haynes: 'People who say Trump is bound to win are letting it happen'

His film Dark Waters is a thriller about a lawyer who took on DuPont over chemical pollution. The director talks about why activism works – and why defeatism is collaborationWhen Todd Haynes was promoting his glam-rock fantasy Velvet Goldmine in 1998, he knew exactly what he wanted. “We have a very modest goal for this film,” he said at the time. “That’s just to turn every gay person straight and every straight person gay.” Sitting opposite the 59-year-old director in a London hotel room, I poin...
Tags: Business, London, Activism, Film, Environment, US, Corporate Social Responsibility, US news, Culture, Pollution, DuPont, Dublin, Donald Trump, Cate Blanchett, Oscar Wilde, Mark Ruffalo


Review: Dark Waters

— by BEV QUESTAD — If you’ve still got some Teflon pans, dump them immediately at a toxic waste site. That advice is inferred from an exposé on one of the world’s largest and most dangerous chemical companies and their production of perfluorooctanoic acid, aka PFOA, a deadly carcinogen. Robert Bilott (Mark Ruffalo) can’t help […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Anne Hathaway, Bill Pullman, Mark Ruffalo, Todd Haynes, PFOA, Tim Robbins, Bill Camp, Robert Bilott Mark Ruffalo


VHYes Trailer Released for Jack Henry Robbins’ Bizarre Retro Comedy

BEGIN SLIDESHOW VHYes trailer released for Jack Henry Robbins’ bizarre retro comedy Oscilloscope has released the official trailer for their upcoming comedy VHYes, directed by Jack Henry Robbins (Hot Winter: A Film by Dick Pierre, Opening Night, Painting with Joan) and co-written by Robbins and Nunzio Randazzo. You can check out the trailer now in the player below as well as the full poster in the gallery! RELATED: CS Video: Tim Robbins & Director Todd Haynes Talk Dark Waters This bizarre...
Tags: Video, Hbo, Movies, America, Joan, Robbins, Todd Haynes, Susan Sarandon, Ralph, Alamo, Tim Robbins, ComingSoon, Movie News, Alamo Drafthouses, Jack Henry Robbins, Vhyes


Review: Mark Ruffalo blows the whistle again in grim but impressive 'Dark Waters'

Mark Ruffalo ('Spotlight') plays a real-life, heroic whistleblower who sues DuPont in Todd Haynes' impressive new legal thriller 'Dark Waters.'          [Author: Arizona Republic]
Tags: Religion, DuPont, Mark Ruffalo, Todd Haynes, Arizona Republic


Mark Ruffalo shines in legal drama 'Dark Waters,' which flows slowly but impressively

Mark Ruffalo plays an attorney suing DuPont in Todd Haynes' impressive legal thriller 'Dark Waters.'          [Author: Arizona Republic]
Tags: Religion, DuPont, Mark Ruffalo, Todd Haynes, Arizona Republic


CS Video: Tim Robbins & Director Todd Haynes Talk Dark Waters

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Video: Tim Robbins & director Todd Haynes talk Dark Waters Star Tim Robbins and director Todd Haynes sat down with ComingSoon.net to discuss Focus Features’ docudrama Dark Waters, which is now playing in select theaters and expands wide on Friday, November 29. You can check out the interview below and keep an eye out for our Mark Ruffalo video interview next week! RELATED: Dark Waters Trailer: Mark Ruffalo Stars in Todd Haynes’ Legal Drama Inspired by a shocking true st...
Tags: Video, Movies, Anne Hathaway, DuPont, Mark Ruffalo, Todd Haynes, Ruffalo, Focus Features, Eddie Huang, Tim Robbins, Movie News, Todd Haynes Carol, William Jackson Harper, Mario Correa, Matthew Carnahan House of Lies, Nathaniel Rich s New York Times Magazine


“I made something that is outside the box” Todd Haynes on crafting a thriller with ‘Dark Waters’

Actor Mark Ruffalo (left) and director Todd Haynes (right) on the set of DARK WATERS. Credit : Mary Cybulski / Focus Features If Todd Haynes isn’t the greatest queer director alive, he’s one of them. Haynes’ career has spanned almost four decades, contributing classic movies like Far From Heaven, Velvet Goldmine, Carol, Safe and I’m Not There. His work ushered in the queer cinema movement of the 1990s, and helped launch the film careers of stars like Ewan McGregor, Julianne Moore, Toni Collet...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, David, David Bowie, Portland, Anne Hathaway, Rob, DuPont, Vietnam, Avengers, Mark Ruffalo, Sarah, Frank Capra, Ad Friendly


Mark Ruffalo takes on 'corporate criminality' in 'Dark Waters,' his new whistleblower film

Mark Ruffalo and Tim Robbins discuss speaking truth to power in 'Dark Waters,' Todd Haynes' shocking new drama about DuPont and PFOA.          [Author: Asbury Park Press]
Tags: Religion, DuPont, Mark Ruffalo, Todd Haynes, Asbury Park Press, Tim Robbins


‘Dark Waters’ Director Todd Haynes on Finding Humanity in a Murky True Story [Interview]

Todd Haynes refuses to give the audience what they want. There are no easy answers or satisfying catharsis in Dark Waters, the Carol director’s true-life legal thriller about a lawyer (Mark Ruffalo) who unearths a decades-long chemical cover-up by one of the world’s largest and most powerful corporations. Instead Dark Waters offers something much more challenging and complex: the drive to keep fighting. Dark Waters is based on the true story of Robert Bilott, a corporate environmental defense a...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Interview, Interviews, America, West Virginia, New York Times, Mario, Rob, DuPont, Mark Ruffalo, New York Times Magazine, True Story, Matthew, Todd Haynes, Flint


‘Dark Waters’ Review: The Killing Fields of West Virginia

In Todd Haynes’s latest, Mark Ruffalo plays a corporate defense lawyer who switches sides to defend a poisoned community.
Tags: Movies, News, West Virginia, Mark Ruffalo, Todd Haynes, Todd, Mark, Haynes, Ruffalo, Dark Waters (Movie


What to Watch: Singing twinks, Ian McKellen’s spilled tea, Mr. Rogers & Mark Ruffalo on a crusade

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood Stepping out on a movie date this weekend? Netflix and chillin? Whatever your entertainment needs, we got your back (and hopefully your mind) with Queerty’s weekly “Culture Club” column with some of the highlights of new releases, streaming shows, classics worth revisiting, and what to drink while you watch. The Step-Out: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood Director Marielle Heller (Can You Ever Forgive Me) continues her winning streak with this new film tha...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Lifestyle, America, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Dolly Parton, Mark Ruffalo, Ian Mckellen, Rogers, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Todd Haynes, Cooper, Ian, Haynes


'Dark Waters': Mark Ruffalo fights 'the biggest corporate criminality' in whistleblower film

Mark Ruffalo and Tim Robbins on speaking truth to power in Todd Haynes' shocking new drama, 'Dark Waters'          [Author: Asbury Park Press]
Tags: Religion, Mark Ruffalo, Todd Haynes, Asbury Park Press, Tim Robbins


Bloody King Oedipus!

We live in an age of mashup.The most recent example is a horror movie based on the 70s kids TV show The Banana Splits. But that's only the latest. There's the novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, the movie Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, and a million Facebook memes. My favorite lately is a picture of Micky Mouse as a Borg.One of the most audacious mashups ever is Todd Haynes' brilliant 1987 short film Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story (which you can watch here), using Barbie dolls instea...
Tags: Theatre, Zombies, Broadway, Theater, British, Goldman, Hamilton, Todd Haynes, Gilbert, Sondheim, Oedipus, Alexander Hamilton, Jonathan Larson, Jerry Springer, Sullivan, Little Shop of Horrors