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Martin Scorsese & Robert De Niro, Great Friends, Brilliant Collaborators, On Where It All Started As ‘Mean Streets’ Plays Tribeca Festival - deadline.com - Italy - Manhattan - New York
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16.06.2024 / 01:57

Martin Scorsese & Robert De Niro, Great Friends, Brilliant Collaborators, On Where It All Started As ‘Mean Streets’ Plays Tribeca Festival

Robert De Niro feels he’s been extremely “fortunate to wind up with Marty” for all these years, and Martin Scorsese returned the compliment as the actor and director sat down after a screening of Mean Streets, the 1973 film that marked their first collaboration, and Scorsese’s breakout. They went on to make nine more features together.

Sony Pictures Classics, FilmNation Execs Among Dozens of Industry Figures Who Showed Off Soccer Skills at Tribeca Festival’s Charity Tournament - variety.com
variety.com
15.06.2024 / 22:33

Sony Pictures Classics, FilmNation Execs Among Dozens of Industry Figures Who Showed Off Soccer Skills at Tribeca Festival’s Charity Tournament

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Sony Pictures Classics‘ Dylan Leiner along with FilmNation’s Stefan Zorich and Paramount‘s Fabrizio Carrer were among the top film executives and companies who participated in the 13th NY Film & Entertainment Soccer Tournament for charity hosted at the Tribeca Festival. The sun-drenched event gathered 39 teams, along with more than 60 filmmakers from the Tribeca Festival, and hundreds of spectators at Brooklyn Bridge Park overlooking downtown Manhattan.

Rosario Dawson, Jesse Williams Among Recipients Of Tribeca Festival’s Harry Belafonte Voices For Social Justice Award - deadline.com - USA - Jordan - county Davis
deadline.com
15.06.2024 / 00:27

Rosario Dawson, Jesse Williams Among Recipients Of Tribeca Festival’s Harry Belafonte Voices For Social Justice Award

Angela Davis, American political activist, scholar, and author, presented Tribeca Festival’s fourth annual Harry Belafonte Voices for Social Justice Award to Rosario Dawson, Jesse Williams, Aloe Blacc, aja monet, Matt Post, Carmen Perez-Jordan, RodStarz and Sean Pica. 

Morgan Freeman, ‘SEAL Team’s’ David Boreanaz, ‘Bridgerton’s’ Simone Ashley Among Stars at Monte-Carlo Television Festival - variety.com - Spain - France - Italy - Monaco - Denmark - Czech Republic - county Anderson
variety.com
14.06.2024 / 22:27

Morgan Freeman, ‘SEAL Team’s’ David Boreanaz, ‘Bridgerton’s’ Simone Ashley Among Stars at Monte-Carlo Television Festival

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Prince Albert II of Monaco opened the 63rd Monte-Carlo Television Festival Friday, accompanied by a panoply of stars led by Morgan Freeman, “SEAL Team’s” David Boreanaz and “Bridgerton’s” Simone Ashley. The opening ceremony took place under stormy skies at the Grimaldi Forum, where the world premiere of limited series “The Gray House” opened the event.

‘Sopranos’ Cast Reunites at Tribeca Festival for ‘Wise Guy’ Doc as Michael Imperioli Says ‘The Show Was Way Better Than I Remembered’ - variety.com - USA - Italy - New Jersey - county Van Zandt
variety.com
14.06.2024 / 18:45

‘Sopranos’ Cast Reunites at Tribeca Festival for ‘Wise Guy’ Doc as Michael Imperioli Says ‘The Show Was Way Better Than I Remembered’

Lexi Carson The cast and creatives behind “The Sopranos” reunited at Tribeca Festival Thursday night in celebration of the series’ 25th anniversary. They gathered for the premiere of Alex Gibney’s HBO documentary, “Wise Guy: David Chase and the Sopranos,” which played to a packed audience at the Beacon Theatre on the Upper West Side of Manhattan Thursday night. The two-hour-and-40-minute documentary begins with “The Sopranos” opening credit sequence driving into New Jersey.

Roger Federer’s Poignant Farewell To Pro Tennis Documented In ‘Twelve Final Days’ – Tribeca Festival - deadline.com - France - Switzerland
deadline.com
14.06.2024 / 12:27

Roger Federer’s Poignant Farewell To Pro Tennis Documented In ‘Twelve Final Days’ – Tribeca Festival

In men’s tennis, as in other sports, there is constant debate over which player qualifies as the Greatest of All Time. Djokovic with his unprecedented 24 Grand Slam wins? Nadal with his astonishing 14 French Open victories? Federer, the first man to win 20 Grand Slams? Or perhaps a player from an earlier era – Rod Laver – who swept all four Grand Slam titles in a calendar year, not once but twice?

Kieran Culkin And Jesse Eisenberg Talk ‘A Real Pain’, ‘Home Alone’ & ‘Succession’ At Tribeca Festival - deadline.com
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14.06.2024 / 04:49

Kieran Culkin And Jesse Eisenberg Talk ‘A Real Pain’, ‘Home Alone’ & ‘Succession’ At Tribeca Festival

Kieran Culkin and Jesse Eisenberg talked, quipped, traded barbs and compliments and debated process in an hourlong wacky Tribeca Festival conversation tonight, having clearly bonded over A Real Pain. They star as mismatched cousins on a fraught road trip in the buzzy Sundance comedy set for fall release.

Jake Gyllenhaal Shares Update On 'Road House' Sequel, Teases 'World Building' - www.justjared.com - New York
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13.06.2024 / 01:13

Jake Gyllenhaal Shares Update On 'Road House' Sequel, Teases 'World Building'

Jake Gyllenhaal is promoting his new Apple TV+ series Presumed Innocent and just shared an exciting update on the Road House sequel!

‘Liza: A Truly Terrific Absolutely True Story’ Review: Minnelli Docu Benefits From Unseen Footage, Compelling Interviews And The Star Herself – Tribeca Festival - deadline.com - USA - Taylor - county St. Louis - city Paris, Usa
deadline.com
12.06.2024 / 23:41

‘Liza: A Truly Terrific Absolutely True Story’ Review: Minnelli Docu Benefits From Unseen Footage, Compelling Interviews And The Star Herself – Tribeca Festival

There must be something in the air lately because I have been seeing and reviewing a number of really good and intriguing documentaries on iconic showbiz figures. At Cannes I saw new docus on Faye Dunaway (Faye), Elizabeth Taylor (Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes) and others on Michel LeGrand and Jacques Demy. Currently on Max you can see a wonderful docu on the great Albert Brooks directed by his longtime friend Rob Reiner, Albert Brooks: Defending My Life.

Look Inside the Star-Studded Chanel Tribeca Festival Artists Dinner with Blake Lively, Jude Law, & So Many More In Attendance - www.justjared.com - New York - county Allen - county Blair - county Hale - city Santo Domingo
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12.06.2024 / 01:29

Look Inside the Star-Studded Chanel Tribeca Festival Artists Dinner with Blake Lively, Jude Law, & So Many More In Attendance

Blake Lively and Jude Law were among the many celebs who made up the star-studded crowd at Chanel’s 17th Annual Tribeca Festival Artists Dinner!

‘Group Therapy’ Review: A Candid Look At Mental Health Through The Lens Of Stand-Up Comedians – Tribeca Festival - deadline.com - county Hughes - city London, county Hughes
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11.06.2024 / 02:49

‘Group Therapy’ Review: A Candid Look At Mental Health Through The Lens Of Stand-Up Comedians – Tribeca Festival

Neil Berkley’s Group Therapy is a poignant, hilarious, and moving exploration of the intersections between comedy, grief, and mental illness. Starring a stellar cast of comedians, including Neil Patrick Harris, Gary Gulman, Nicole Byer, Mike Birbiglia, London Hughes, Tig Notaro, and Atsuko Okatsuka, the film delves into the ways these performers use humor as a coping mechanism and a form of catharsis.

‘Presumed Innocent’ Review: Clunky Dialogue, Stretched Mystery Make for A Creatively Guilty Remake - theplaylist.net - county Harrison - county Ford
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10.06.2024 / 14:03

‘Presumed Innocent’ Review: Clunky Dialogue, Stretched Mystery Make for A Creatively Guilty Remake

It makes sense that David E. Kelley would find his way back to the work of Scott Turow, one of the most popular authors of his era.

Jake Gyllenhaal Talks Playing Rivals With Brother-In-Law Peter Sarsgaard In New Series 'Presumed Innocent' - www.justjared.com - New York - city Kingston
justjared.com
10.06.2024 / 05:45

Jake Gyllenhaal Talks Playing Rivals With Brother-In-Law Peter Sarsgaard In New Series 'Presumed Innocent'

Jake Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard pose for photos together at the premiere of their new limited series Presumed Innocent held at BMCC Theater on Sunday (June 9) in New York City.

Jake Gyllenhaal Is Endlessly Watchable in Apple TV+’s Brilliant ‘Presumed Innocent’ Adaptation: TV Review - variety.com - Chicago - city Windy - city Kingston - county Harrison - county Ford
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10.06.2024 / 01:35

Jake Gyllenhaal Is Endlessly Watchable in Apple TV+’s Brilliant ‘Presumed Innocent’ Adaptation: TV Review

Aramide Tinubu In Apple TV+’s “Presumed Innocent,” Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Chicago’s chief deputy prosecutor, Rusty Sabich. Based on Scott Turow’s 1987 novel of the same name, the show finds Rusty on trial for the gruesome murder of his colleague and lover, Carolyn Polhemus (Renate Reinsve). David E.

Jake Gyllenhaal Reveals If He'd Work With Godmother Jamie Lee Curtis, Talks About Their Bond - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
07.06.2024 / 21:05

Jake Gyllenhaal Reveals If He'd Work With Godmother Jamie Lee Curtis, Talks About Their Bond

Jake Gyllenhaal opened up about his bond with his very famous godmother Jamie Lee Curtis.

‘Home’ Director Kenny Leon Talks Play’s Broadway Revival and Teases Denzel Washington and Jake Gyllenhaal in Upcoming ‘Othello’ - variety.com - Atlanta - Washington
variety.com
07.06.2024 / 14:33

‘Home’ Director Kenny Leon Talks Play’s Broadway Revival and Teases Denzel Washington and Jake Gyllenhaal in Upcoming ‘Othello’

Lexi Carson On Wednesday night, the cast and crew of “Home” welcomed the Tony-winning play back to Broadway for the first time since 1979 at the Todd Haimes Theatre. “Home” is directed by Tony-winner Kenny Leon and was written by playwright Samm-Art Williams. It follows the life of Cephus Miles, a man who is searching for a place to belong and call his own home — and the people to share it with.

Jake Gyllenhaal says being legally blind has been ‘advantageous’ to his acting career: ‘Never known anything else’ - nypost.com - USA
nypost.com
06.06.2024 / 12:09

Jake Gyllenhaal says being legally blind has been ‘advantageous’ to his acting career: ‘Never known anything else’

told the Hollywood Reporter Wednesday.“When I can’t see in the morning, before I put on my glasses, it’s a place where I can be with myself,” he said.Gyllenhaal was born with a lazy eye and was naturally corrected early on in his life, and he has been relying on contact lenses since the age of 6.Gyllenhaal’s vision is now 20/1250The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) and the US government determined a visual acuity of 20/400 is very low functional vision.In his 2015 film “Southpaw,” Gyllenhaal tapped into his day-to-day experience of not being able to see clearly.In one specific scene, Gyllenhaal’s character is told by a police officer that his wife has died.To make his reaction more realistic, Gyllenhaal opted out of wearing his contact lenses in a bid to hear his co-star better.The ‘Brokeback Mountain” actor opened up about his vision problems in 2017, telling the Telegraph that he was often bullied at school over the corrective glasses he wore.“I was always a sensitive kid,” he said, adding that he was an “easy target” for trolls.But it turns out that the squabbles helped him later on in life, as he credits them for preparing him to deliver in his onscreen fight scenes.In Amazon’s “Road House” — which is director Doug Liman’s remake of the 1989 hit film that starred Patrick Swayze — Gyllenhaal went up against retired UFC fighter Conor McGregor.“I [got to] throw Jake Gyllenhaal over the bar, so that was pretty fun. I loved it,” McGregor told Page Six at the film’s premiere in March.The fighter, 35, also commended the actor who “took one or two wallops” while filming but “gave back as well.”“We had a great rapport.

Jake Gyllenhaal discusses being legally blind in Hollywood: “It’s advantageous” - www.nme.com - Hollywood
nme.com
06.06.2024 / 10:59

Jake Gyllenhaal discusses being legally blind in Hollywood: “It’s advantageous”

Jake Gyllenhaal has opened up about being legally blind as an actor in Hollywood, saying he thinks it has been “advantageous”.The Donnie Darko and Nightcrawler star was born with a lazy eye that naturally resolved and he has been wearing intensive corrective lenses since the age of six. He remains legally blind.Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Gyllenhaal said: “I like to think it’s advantageous.

Hollywood may be worried about AI, but the Tribeca Festival is ready to embrace the future - nypost.com
nypost.com
06.06.2024 / 10:23

Hollywood may be worried about AI, but the Tribeca Festival is ready to embrace the future

annual Tribeca Festival, which opened Wednesday night and runs through June 16, will look a little different this year.For the first time, Tribeca will give awards to short films generated by artificial intelligence. It’s one of the entertainment industry’s first public embraces of the new technology, which many actors and writers fear will render them obsolete.

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