While no release date has yet been confirmed for the sequel to “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”, fans might be seeing Simu Liu’s Marvel superhero sooner than they realize.
While no release date has yet been confirmed for the sequel to “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”, fans might be seeing Simu Liu’s Marvel superhero sooner than they realize.
Todd Gilchrist editor Warner Bros. will commemorate its 100th anniversary with a block of programming on Turner Classic Movies starting April 1. TCM will broadcast remastered and newly restored versions of 10 classic Warner Bros. films, each featuring an introduction from a filmmaker or film expert culled from the network’s ongoing partnership with the Film Foundation, a non-profit preservation and exhibition organization. The program coincides with the April 13-16 run of the TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood. On April 13, a new 4K restoration of 1959’s “Rio Bravo,” Howard Hawks’ classic western starring John Wayne, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson and Angie Dickinson, will premiere on TCM and serve as the opening night film of the festival. Dickinson will attend the in-person event, while Martin Scorsese will introduce the film on TCM’s small-screen presentation. Similarly, Warner Bros. will premiere a new 4K restoration of Elia Kazan’s “East of Eden,” starring James Dean, on both the big screen and the network, the latter featuring an introduction by filmmakers Wes Anderson and Joanna Hogg.
BFI Distribution has picked up Tilda Swinton and Joanna Hogg’s latest collaboration, The Eternal Daughter, for theatrical release in the UK and Ireland.
Naman Ramachandran BFI Distribution has acquired Joanna Hogg’s gothic ghost story “The Eternal Daughter,” starring Tilda Swinton in a dual role, for theatrical release in the U.K. and Ireland and will release in cinemas this fall. In the film, an artist and her elderly mother confront long-buried secrets when they return to a former family home, now a hotel haunted by its mysterious past. The film had its world premiere at Venice in 2022 and also screened at the London and Toronto festivals. Alongside its wider distribution, it will also screen at London’s BFI Southbank as part of a complete Hogg retrospective season, which will run alongside a program of films that have influenced her work. The film is the BFI’s second acquisition from A24, following “God’s Creatures” earlier this year.
Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor What better way to officially close the door on an exhausting awards season than to look ahead –blindly — to what studios and production companies could bring to the screen in 2023. As Variety‘s awards coverage transitions into the Emmy season, this annual tradition (albeit highly inaccurate due to release shifts and other varying factors) creates some fun and wonder as Cannes looms two months away. One first impression is that the streamers are back with a vengeance with an arsenal of big names and titles aiming to take the trophy from reigning best-picture champ A24 with “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” Apple Original Films has a duo of master auteurs on deck.
New York Dolls frontman David Johansen – check it out above.Co-directed by Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi, Personality Crisis: One Night Only will tell “the definitive story of the culture-defying David Johansen, notorious ‘70s glam punk lead singer of the New York Dolls,” as per a synopsis.The Showtime documentary “reveals Johansen’s enormous influence, transcending the walls of music as a window into the art and cultural evolution of New York City”.Personality Crisis: One Night Only is framed around an intimate cabaret performance filmed in January 2020 at New York City’s Café Carlyle.Speaking about the film, Scorsese said: “I’ve known David Johansen for decades, and his music has been a touchstone ever since I listened to the Dolls when I was making Mean Streets.“Then and now, David’s music captures the energy and excitement of New York City. I often see him perform, and over the years I’ve gotten to know the depth of his musical inspirations.
IMAX Entertainment President, Megan Colligan is stepping down per a note just dropped to staff from Imax CEO Rich Gelfond.
What’s a good way for Martin Scorsese fans to wait out the release of the director’s next narrative feature, “Killers Of The Flower Moon“? How about Scorsese’s latest musical doc, “Personality Crisis: One Night Only“? Scorsese co-directs with David Tedeschi for a movie that’s part concert film, part biopic, with New York Dolls frontman David Johansen as the main attraction. READ MORE: ‘Personality Crisis: One Night Only’ Review: Martin Scorsese’s David Johansen Bio-Doc/Concert Film Offers Maximum Vibes [NYFF] An intimate January 2020 cabaret performance at NYC’s Café Carlyle sets the stage for “One Night Only,” which sees Johansen regale his audience with music and stories about his time in the ever-evolving New York City music scene.
Showtime has unveiled an April 14th premiere date for their documentary Personality Crisis: One Night Only, on New York Dolls frontman David Johansen, also debuting a trailer for the pic directed by Academy Award winner Martin Scorsese (The Last Waltz) and Emmy nom David Tedeschi (The 50 Year Argument), which you can view above.
The 14th annual TCM Classic Film Festival will open with a restoration of “Rio Bravo” (1959) and appearance by Paul Thomas Anderson and Steven Spielberg in celebration of Warner Bros.’ 100th anniversary.Running from April 13-16 in Hollywood, the program will open with a conversation between TCM host Ben Mankiewicz and “Rio Bravo” star Angie Dickinson, who starred alongside John Wayne, Dean Martin and Ricky Nelson. The screening will mark the world premiere of the 4k restoration of the Warner Bros.
Leonardo DiCaprio has described Martin Scorsese‘s new film, Killers Of The Flower Moon, as a “masterpiece”.DiCaprio stars alongside Robert De Niro in the movie, which details the real-life killings of the native Osage people in 1920s Oklahoma, where oil deposits were discovered.Jacqueline West, the movie’s costume designer, who also worked with DiCaprio on The Revenant, recently recalled a conversation she had with the actor about Scorsese’s film.Speaking to Deadline, she said: “I was talking to Leo about it. We had lunch before I came here.
Martin Scorsese is widely considered one of the best directors of all time.Since his debut in 1967 with Who’s That Knocking At My Door, Scorsese has racked up countless awards and helmed a steady stream of popular movies from 1976’s Taxi Driver to 2019’s The Irishman.His films typically explore masculinity, guilt and redemption alongside Scorsese’s signature use of extreme violence. However, he’s also worked on some impressive documentaries, with The Last Waltz, Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story and The Rolling Stones‘ rock doc Shine A Light regarded as some of his finest work.Scorsese’s best movie, according to reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, is Goodfellas which currently holds a 96 per cent Fresh rating. Released in 1990, the iconic gangster film follows the late Ray Liotta’s Henry Hill as he works his way up the ranks of a criminal organisation and features standout performances from Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Lorraine Bracco.Check out Martin Scorsese’s 15 top-rated movies below:15.
Katie Reul editor Frieda Pinto, Sharon Stone and Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences President Janet Yang.are among a line-up of female luminaries set to be honored at this year’s New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) Muse Awards. “What better way to celebrate Women’s History Month than to return to celebrate this incredible roster of women that are reinventing how media is made,” said NYWIFT CEO Cynthia Lopez. “They are influencers on screen, behind the camera, in the newsroom, and in the executive suite.” In addition, Danielle Brooks, best known for recurring roles in “Orange Is the New Black” and “Peacemaker,” will receive the “Made in NY” Award, recognition of her portrayal of resilient characters who promote body positivity. Most recently, the actor-producer starred in a remake of “The Color Purple,” which is scheduled for a December 2023 release. The “Made in NY” Award will be presented to Brooks by the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment.
the late actor Paul Sorvino, was left out of the in memoriam segment at this year’s Oscars.Sorvino, who won Academy Award for her performance in the 1995 film Mighty Aphrodite, recently took to Instagram to share footage of her father’s tearful reaction to her win.However, having shared the video before the Oscars began, she later edited the video’s caption after discovering that her father had been omitted from the in memoriam segment.“Incredibly hurt and shocked that my father’s lifelong, irreplaceable, enormous contribution to the world of cinema was overlooked by whomever made that list,” she wrote. “We his adoring family, and you, his adoring public, know just how unique and incredible he was.
Experienced feature film heads of department tend to be discreet about the productions they have worked on prior to their world premieres out of respect for the directors, not to mention the NDAs.
Death On The Nile and Tenet, revealed his choices in a poll for Sight and Sound magazine.Since 1952, the magazine has asked various filmmakers every decade for their lists of the greatest films of all time. As part of the Winter 2022-23 issue, directors like Branagh, Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, Barry Jenkins and Ari Aster were invited to contribute their favourites.Branagh’s top pick was The Godfather, while Cloud Atlas and Lady Bird also made his top 10.
There was great rejoicing from Keanu Reeves’ fans when Hulu announced the “John Wick” star had signed on to star in “The Devil in the White City”, a limited series from producers Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio that would have been Reeves’ first major television role, with Todd Field (“TÁR”) on board to direct.
It’s been a very rocky development for the limited series, “Devil in the White City.” The series has been something of a passion project for Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio, dating back to when it was being developed as a feature film. Then, recently, it was announced that Keanu Reeves would star with Todd Field directing.
John Carpenter has shared a list of his favourite films of all time.The director, known for making horror classics like 1978’s Halloween and The Thing, revealed his picks for the greatest films ever in a poll for Sight And Sound magazine.Since 1952, the magazine has asked filmmakers every decade for their lists of the greatest films of all time. As part of the Winter 2022-23 issue, directors including Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson and Barry Jenkins were invited to contribute.Carpenter’s list ranges from gangster classics to epic westerns. You can check out his list of favourite films below.1. Only Angels Have Wings (1939)2. Campandas A Medianoche (1966)3. Rio Bravo (1958)4. Le Charme Discret De La Bourgeoisie (1972)5. Chinatown (1974)6. Bringing Up Baby (1938)7. The Searchers (1956)8. The Exterminating Angel (1962)9. Scarface (1932)10. Vertigo (1958)The director’s top pick, Only Angels Have Wings, is directed by Howard Hawks.
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Joe Otterson TV Reporter The series adaptation of “The Devil in the White City” is no longer moving forward at Hulu, Variety has learned. The series had originally been ordered to series at the streamer in August 2022 after originally being put into development there in 2019. At the time it was ordered, Keanu Reeves was attached to star in one of the lead roles with Todd Field onboard to direct. However, Variety exclusively reported that Field had dropped out of the show in October, with Reeves also exiting. According to sources, Reeves had signed on to the series due in part to Field’s involvement, but left the show once Field did.
The devil was in the details, apparently: Hulu has decided not to move ahead with Devil in the White City.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and the Harry Potter series, revealed his picks for the greatest films ever in a poll for Sight And Sound magazine.Since 1952, the magazine has asked filmmakers every decade for their lists of the greatest films of all time. As part of the Winter 2022-23 issue, directors including Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson and Barry Jenkins were invited to contribute.While Oldman is primarily known for acting, he’s also served as an executive producer and directed 1997 film Nil By Mouth. You can check out his list of favourite films below.01. Les Enfants Du Paradis (1945) 02. The Conversation (1974)03. 8 ½ (1963)04. The 400 Blows (1959)05. Dr. Strangelove (1963)06. In The Mood For Love (2000)07. Le Salaire De La Peur (1953)08. Husbands A Comedy About Life Death And Freedom (1970)09. Roma Citta Aperta (1945)10. Le Vent Nous Emportera (1999)Oldman’s top pick, Les Enfants Du Paradis aka Children Of Paradise, is a romantic drama directed by Marcel Carné.
Tom Sizemore, who starred in Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down and in hundreds of other film and TV roles over three-plus decades, died Friday at a hospital in Burbank. He was 61 and had been in a coma since suffering a stroke February 18 that resulted in brain aneurysm.
We Need To Talk About Kevin and Marvel’s Doctor Strange, revealed her favourite films in a poll for Sight And Sound magazine.Since 1952, the magazine has asked filmmakers every decade for their lists of the greatest films of all time. As part of the Winter 2022-23 issue, directors like Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson and Barry Jenkins were invited to contribute their favourites.Swinton, who has directing and producing credits over her career, features a mix of Japanese animation and British classics in her list. You can check out the list below.1. A Matter Of Life And Death (1946)2. Vertigo (1958)3. Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday (1953)4. To Be Or Not To Be (1942)5. Walkabout (1971)6. Journey To Italy (1954)7. Pickpocket (1959)8. Jeanne Dielman (1975)9. My Neighbour Totoro (1988)10. La Dolce Vita (1960)The actor’s top pick, A Matter Of Life And Death, is directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger.
Killers Of The Flower Moon, Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny, and Asteroid City are among the high-profile movies in contention for a Cannes splash this year.
Martin Scorsese has shared a list of his favourite films of all time.The director, known for films like Taxi Driver and The Wolf Of Wall Street, revealed his favourite films in a poll for Sight And Sound magazine.Since 1952, the magazine has asked various filmmakers every decade for their lists of the greatest films of all time. As part of the Winter 2022-23 issue, directors like Scorsese, Wes Anderson, Barry Jenkins and Ari Aster were invited to contribute their favourites.Scorsese’s top pick, 2001: A Space Odyssey, was named the overall favourite from the collective votes.
Peter Caranicas Deputy Editor Lawrence Pitkethly, who produced and directed multiple documentary series shown on PBS and other broadcasters, died Feb. 24 at Albany Medical Center near his home in Hudson, N.Y., of cardiopulmonary arrest linked to complications from Parkinson’s. He was 79. Pitkethly is best known for “American Cinema” (1995), a 10-part, $7 million series for PBS, BBC and Canal Plus covering U.S. filmmaking that he produced, co-wrote and co-directed. It examined film genres, the rise and fall of the studio system, the creation of stars and other aspects of American movies through interviews with Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Clint Eastwood, Sydney Pollack, George Lucas, Quentin Tarantino, Spike Lee, Joel Coen and other major players. John Lithgow served as host; Matthew Modine, Kathleen Turner and Cliff Robertson narrated.
Just last week, it was reported that Apple TV+ is expected to send “Killers of the Flower Moon” to this year’s Cannes. While that has yet to be confirmed, a new report from Variety throws some more films into the mix as possible additions to this year’s event.
Cannes Film Festival chief Thierry Frémaux has barely gotten over his jet lag after a whirlwind trip to Los Angeles this month, but he’s already planning a return visit as he attempts to pull together one of the most formidable lineups in the 76-year history of the event. He’s made it clear to studio executives that he would love to highlight both their blockbusters and their awards contenders, and though formal offers have not been made or accepted, this year’s Cannes has the potential to match or even surpass the 2022 edition — which played host to Tom Cruise and “Top Gun: Maverick” and Austin Butler and Tom Hanks with “Elvis” — in movie star moments.
Ray Liotta’s family and famous friends gathered on Friday to pay tribute to the late actor as he received a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Ray Liotta's family and famous friends gathered on Friday to pay tribute to the late actor as he received a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.The actor died in his sleep on May 26, 2022, while in production on an upcoming film,, in the Dominican Republic, but he was aware of the Walk of Fame honor prior to his death.Liotta's daughter, Karsen, spoke at the ceremony, and she shared exclusively with ET's Will Marfuggi how much the honor meant to her father. «It was a huge honor for him and he was proud of himself, as me and my whole family were,» she noted. «I know it was definitely very special to him and it was a monumental moment in his career.»The proud daughter also said her dad would have been «surprised» by the outpouring of support following his death.«I mean, of course everybody loved him, but he didn't look at his life and his work as if everybody's watching all the time,» she explained.
Anna Marie de la Fuente Martin Scorsese is executive producing Argentine filmmaker Celina Murga’s latest drama, “The Freshly Cut Grass,” which has begun production. Produced by “Argentina, 1985” producers Infinity Hill, the film stars Oscar nominee Marina de Tavira (“Roma”) who plays opposite Argentina’s Joaquin Furriel (“The Boss, Anatomy of a Crime”) in what is described as “an exploration of love, desire, relationships and how society applies double standards for men and women.” “I came to know Celina [Murga] through Rolex’s arts mentorship program, in which I’d agreed to participate for the 2008-2009 year,” said Scorsese. “I chose Celina among the candidates that were sent my way because I was greatly impressed by her two features ‘Ana and the Others’ and ‘A Week Alone,’” he added.
Few movies coming out this year, maybe only “The Killer” and “Oppenheimer,” match the hype of Martin Scorsese‘s “Killers Of The Flower Moon.” And it’s hyped with good reason, too. The upcoming film sees Scorsese reunites with leading man Leonardo DiCaprio, and Robert De Niro, as he adapts David Grann‘s acclaimed 2017 book for the big screen.
Todd Gilchrist editor On Feb. 24, Ray Liotta is set to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, just shy of a year since his death at the age of 67. The honor comes the same week as the release of “Cocaine Bear,” the sensational based-on-a-true-story film directed by Elizabeth Banks in which he plays a character she describes as “a gangster … but he’s also an unfit grandpa as well.” That characterization also encapsulates the breadth of his accomplishments on both film and TV as an actor, which range from mobsters and tough guys to loving fathers — and plenty in between. Ahead of the ceremony, Banks tells Variety that she cast Liotta after remembering her experiences working with him on the 2011 film “The Details.”
Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon is weighing a potential Cannes 2023 world premiere, as previously tipped in Deadline’s The Dish in July of last year, we can confirm.
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