Stars posed up a storm on the amfAR Cannes gala red carpet on Thursday, but Leonardo DiCaprio, as per usual, chose to keep his entrance on the down low.
Stars posed up a storm on the amfAR Cannes gala red carpet on Thursday, but Leonardo DiCaprio, as per usual, chose to keep his entrance on the down low.
Martin Scorsese has announced the next movie he will soon begin working on!
Martin Scorsese is making another film inspired by religion.
Manori Ravindran Executive Editor of International Jonathan Glazer’s Nazi drama “The Zone of Interest” has sold into major international territories following its buzzy Cannes world premiere. The film centers on the family of a high-ranking SS official that lives next door to Auschwitz concentration camp. The pic has sold into: Austria and Germany (Leonine), Benelux (Cineart), France (BAC), Greece (Spentzos), Italy (I Wonder), Japan (Happinet Phantom Studios), Scandinavia (SF Studios), Spain (Elastica) and Switzerland (Filmcoopi). In Poland — a significant sales market for the film given it is set there — Gutek has come on board as distributor. (A24 was selling worldwide rights for the film, but did not handle the Polish sale.)
Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh issued a statement after a woman was killed by a motorcycle escorting the royal.
Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh, has broken her silence after an 81 year old great-grandmother died after being hit by a police motorbike in a royal escort for the Duchess. Helen Holland passed away after "suffering multiple broken bones and massive internal injuries" during the collision, which occurred at the junction of Cromwell Road and Warwick Road in Earl's Court, in west London, on May 10. Following the news, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson said today: "The Duchess of Edinburgh is deeply saddened to hear that Helen Holland has passed away.
A great-grandmother who was hit by a motorbike in Duchess Sophie's motorcade escort two weeks ago has died, her family have confirmed. Helen Holland, 81, from Birchanger in Essex, spent two weeks in hospital "fighting for her life" before succumbing to the injuries sustained on her brain.
for minutes of applause. So entrenched is this French farce that trade publications routinely time the euphoria and judge the response to the new films based on the length of the cheering at the Grand Théâtre Lumière. Cannes’ longest-ever roar? Guillermo del Toro’s “Pan’s Labyrinth,” which premiered there in 2006, at 22 minutes. This year’s fest is in full swing, and so is the ceaseless hand-slapping.Here are Cannes’ standing ovations so far, from triumphant to tepid.The most ecstatic response to a film so far at this year’s festival, which runs until May 27, was for Martin Scorsese’s latest drama. The historical movie from Apple and Paramount brings together two popular Scorsese stalwarts, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, plus last year’s Best Actor Oscar winner Brendan Fraser and Jesse Plemons.
grown-ish.When it comes to rising stars, there is the bright new light: Marsai Martin. As one of the newest “It” girls in Hollywood, she has already begun to build a legacy before the age of 18.
Robert De Niro called Donald Trump “stupid” at the Cannes Film Festival while discussing his character in Killers Of The Flower Moon.The actor, who plays twisted cattleman William Hale in Martin Scorsese’s western crime drama, compared his character to the former US president during a press conference at the festival.“I don’t understand a lot about my character,” De Niro said (via Variety). “Part of him is sincere. The other part, where he’s betraying [the Osage people], there’s a feeling of entitlement.
Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor Considered one of the greatest actors of his generation, Academy Award winner Leonardo DiCaprio continues his stronghold on Hollywood and modern-day cinema. With nearly three decades in cinema, he’s delivered some of the most memorable characters and performances, bringing in more than $6.5 billion in box office receipts, placing him in the top 10 highest-grossing leading actors of all time. Variety ranks DiCaprio’s 18 best film performances of his career so far.
Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter Robert De Niro blasted Donald Trump as a “stupid” man during the Cannes Film Festival press conference for “Killers of the Flower Moon,” comparing the former president to the twisted power player he portrays in Martin Scorsese’s crime epic, which premiered on Saturday night. De Niro admits he struggled to connect with William Hale, saying “I don’t understand a lot about my character. Part of him is sincere. The other part, where he’s betraying [the Osage tribe], there’s a feeling of entitlement. We became a lot more aware [of that dichotomy] after George Floyd with systemic racism.” De Niro drew parallels between his character and Donald Trump, whose name the actor initially refused to say out loud at the press conference. “That guy is stupid,” he said of the former president. Lily Gladstone, who stars as Osage tribe member Mollie Burkhart, pointed out that Osage members still attended the funeral of William Hale, in denial about his involvement in the brutal murders of tribe members. De Niro, again, evoked Trump in response to that kind of blind loyalty to evil men. “There are people who still think he can do a good job. Imagine how insane that is.”
I am still searching for my words; my thoughts first ran dry in the opening minutes of the shattering and evocative “Killers of the Flower Moon.” It begins with the Osage tribal elders mourning the loss of their language and customs as they bury a sacred pipe. The scene breaks, next revealing these Indigenous folks — forcibly moved from Missouri to present-day Oklahoma (thought to be terrible, barren land) — discovering oil as psychedelic music erupts with the splash of the black liquid.
Manori Ravindran Executive Editor of International British writer Martin Amis, the author of the book “The Zone of Interest,” has died at 73. News of his death comes just one day after the big-screen adaptation of his 2014 novel premiered at the Cannes Film Festival to rave reviews. The New York Times reports that Amis died of esophageal cancer, as confirmed by his wife, the writer Isabel Fonseca. Amis published 15 novels over the course of his career, a number of which were adapted. Jonathan Glazer’s treatment of Amis’ chilling Nazi drama “The Zone of Interest” is one of the buzziest premieres to come out of Cannes so far. The film follows the family of a high-ranking SS officer that lives next door to Auschwitz concentration camp. In a review that labelled “Zone of Interest” as “chilling and profound,” Variety critic Owen Gleiberman said the film “holds human darkness up to the light and examines it as if under a microscope.”
With the recent popularity of shows like “Rutherford Falls” and “Reservation Dogs,” television has quickly become a home for Indigenous stories onscreen. Even now, though, those and other media remain the exception and not the rule.
Blur have shocked Scots fans with their choice of artwork for the iconic band's comeback album 'The Ballad of Darren'.
Leonardo DiCaprio is headed west for his seventh onscreen collaboration with director Martin Scorsese.Apple TV+ shared the first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated film on Thursday, giving fans a first look at the upcoming Western crime drama, which centers on a series of murders in 1920s Oklahoma, after oil is discovered on tribal land in the Osage Nation.The film is based on the nonfiction book «Greed is an animal that hungers for blood,» promises the trailer, amid scenes of violent confrontation and corruption.The film features DiCaprio as Ernest Burkhart and's Lily Gladstone as his wife, Mollie. Other stars include Robert De Niro — besting DiCaprio, as this is his 11th Scorsese collab — Jesse Plemons,Brendan Fraser, John Lithgow, Tantoo Cardinal and more.Watch the full trailer below:Here's the official synopsis of the film:will premiere exclusively in select theaters on Oct.
The first footage from Martin Scorsese’s next epic is finally here.
Please Don’t Destroy trio will release their first feature film on Peacock about three childhood friends that seek treasure supposedly buried in a nearby mountain. That’s six long months away though.In the meantime, the group will keep fans entertained all summer long with their 25-show ‘Please Don’t Destroy Live Tour.’From June 23 through Aug.
Two of Netflix‘s most popular series are coming back for new seasons!
Virgin River, , will premiere its fifth season. And—in more exciting news—the streamer has also announced that they've renewed the / for a sixth season as well.The news came as part of Netflix's virtual upfront presentation on Wednesday, May 17, 2023. No further details were revealed, so we'll have to wait a little longer for first look images, a trailer, and a specific fall premiere date. However, even with the limited information, there's still quite a bit we know about the new season of Virgin River, which is based on the best-selling Robyn Carr novels of the same name.
Virgin River fans will have to wait a little longer for Season 5, which will premiere this fall, Netflix announced in conjunction with its first ever upfront presentation Wednesday. And there is more news about the popular romantic drama, starring Alexandra Breckenridge and Martin Henderson — it is getting an early Season 6 pickup.
Joe Otterson TV Reporter “Virgin River” has been renewed for Season 6 at Netflix. The announcement was made as part of Netflix’s first ever upfront presentation to advertisers. It comes before Season 5 of the popular drama series has even set a premiere date, though it is expected to air in the fall. “Virgin River” was renewed for both Seasons 4 and 5 back in 2021, with Season 4 debuting in July 2022. The series is based on the Robyn Carr book series of the same name. The cast of the series includes Alexandra Breckenridge, Martin Henderson, Tim Matheson, Annette O’Toole, Colin Lawrence, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Lauren Hammersley, Grayson Gurnsey, Sarah Dugdale, Zibby Allen, and Marco Grazzini.
Money saving expert Martin Lewis has given fashion fans a great way to add to their summer wardrobes without breaking the bank thanks to a discount website. With all the parties, weddings, holidays and barbecues coming up, most people will be looking for some new outfits to see them through the summer.Thankfully, the Martin-approved website Everything 5 Pounds has come to the rescue thanks to its discount clothes, shoes and accessories that cost – you guessed it – £5.
Martin Scorsese is looking back at his longtime friendship with Robert De Niro.
“Only Murders in the Building” will officially be returning to The Arconia on August 8. The Season 3 date announcement for the beloved Hulu comedy-drama was confirmed during Disney’s upfront presentation on Tuesday. This end-of-summer premiere is especially exciting considering Season 3’s cast.
Although Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro take top billing in Martin Scorsese’s harrowing drama, one might say the real star of Killers of the Flower Moon is a relative unknown: Lily Gladstone, who plays Mollie, wife to DiCaprio’s Ernest. Mollie is the film’s conscience, a rich Osage woman who is slowly being robbed of her health by a seemingly simple case of diabetes. Insulin shots only seem to make matters worse, and after losing her sisters in suspicious circumstances, Mollie insists that only her husband can administer her medicine. But is she being too trusting?
Manori Ravindran Executive Editor of International Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield-led romantic drama “We Live in Time” has sold into Canada’s Sphere Films. The Montreal- and Toronto-based company has picked up Canadian rights to the drama directed by “Brooklyn” helmer John Crowley, who also directed Garfield in his breakout role in “Boy A.” The film is currently in production in London and specific plot details are being kept closely under wraps. All that’s known so far is that the pic is an immersive love story. “We Live in Time” is scripted by playwright and screenwriter Nick Payne with Benedict Cumberbatch on board as executive producer. The project is developed and produced by Studiocanal with partners at SunnyMarch including Leah Clarke, Adam Ackland and Guy Heeley. It is co-financed by Film4 and Studiocanal. International sales are handled by Studiocanal while the U.S. distribution rights have been acquired by A24.
Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor From the royalty of Elizabeth I to the betrayal of superhero villain Hela, Australian sensation Cate Blanchett is one of the most revered performers of her generation, with some of the most riveting turns in modern cinema. To celebrate her birthday, Variety ranks her 15 best performances of her career (so far). Beloved by critics, audiences,s and awards bodies, Blanchett has displayed a career that aspiring actors dream about.
Daisy Ridley will eventually return to the “Star Wars” universe as Rey for Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy‘s “Star Wars: New Jedi Order” films, but until then, the actress needs to fill her calendar with other roles. And Ridley has some good ones on the way, including “Magpie,” which she recently finished shooting.
ET Canada reporter asked about the actor’s six children on Monday, he replied, “Seven, actually. I just had a baby.” De Niro did not offer any more details on the baby or its mother.
Martin Scorsese’s 1990 crime classic, died in his sleep on May26, 2022 when he was shooting a new film in the Dominican Republic. The star, who was 67 when he died, was shooting movie Dangerous Waters. Officials have now confirmed Liotta’s cause of death was due to heart and respiratory system issues.
Matt Fechter, previously an agent with CAA and Hyperion, has joined Stride as a manager.
Goodfellas actor died aged 67 in May last year in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he was shooting the film Dangerous Waters.According to documents obtained by TMZ, officials in the Dominican Republic have categorised his death as natural and nonviolent, citing acute heart failure, respiratory insufficiency and fluid in the lungs, officially known as pulmonary edema.It’s also reported that he suffered from atherosclerosis – where arteries become narrowed by a build-up of plaque, which can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke.Liotta had his breakthrough role in Martin Scorsese’s 1990 crime film Goodfellas, where he played Henry Hill. He also played Shoeless Joe Jackson in 1989’s Field Of Dreams.His other notable credits include Something Wild, Cop Land, 2001’s Hannibal, Blow, The Place Beyond The Pines, TV series Shades Of Blue and recently, Cocaine Bear.The actor had his last TV role in Apple TV+ series Black Bird opposite Taron Egerton, where he played his on-screen father.At the time of his death, Scorsese paid tribute to Liotta, writing: “I’m absolutely shocked and devastated by the sudden, unexpected death of Ray Liotta.
Brendan Fraser opened up about his plans after winning Best Actor at the 2023 Oscars a few weeks ago.
Brendan Fraser isn’t jumping onto his next big movie just yet.
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