Emily Blunt in Talks to Star in Memoir Adaptation ‘Not Fade Away’ at Annapurna

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Emily Blunt is in talks to star in “Not Fade Away,” a feature set up at Annapurna based on a 2015 memoir of the same name that has David O. Russell and John Krasinski attached to produce, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

“Not Fade Away” is based on Rebecca Alexander’s memoir “Not Fade Away: A Memoir of Senses Lost and Found.” Alexander was born with a rare genetic mutation known as Usher syndrome Type III. Starting in her childhood, Alexander slowly started losing both her sight and hearing, with the expectation she would go completely blind and deaf by age 30. And then at 18, Alexander fell from a window and was left paralyzed by the accident.

Lindsey Ferrentino is adapting the memoir for Annapurna.

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While neither Russell or Krasinski are attached to direct at this point, Krasinski will produce with Allyson Seeger via their Sunday Night banner, and O. Russell will produce with Matthew Budman.

Emily Blunt was last seen in the Golden Globe-nominated “Mary Poppins Returns.” She’s also attached to star in a sequel to 2018’s “A Quiet Place,” which Krasinski is returning to direct. She’ll also be seen in Disney’s “Jungle Cruise.” Both she and Ferrentino are repped by CAA. Ferrentino is also repped by Marnie Podos at Under New Management.

Blunt’s casting was first reported by Deadline.

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‘Dora the Explorer’ Discovers El Dorado as New Poster Unveils Title for Live-Action Film

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Say “Backpack” kids, because it’s time for some exploring!

The live-action “Dora the Explorer” movie has a pair of new posters that have also revealed the new title for the film, “Dora and the Lost City of Gold.” And we’ve also got a first look at Dora’s pal monkey Boots and her trusty Backpack.

Isabela Moner, who was last seen in “Instant Family” and “Sicario: Day of the Soldado,” stars as a teenage version of the cartoon Nickelodeon hero. She’s out to save her parents and discover the secret of a lost city of gold in a new adventure. Here’s the full synopsis:

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Having spent most of her life exploring the jungle with her parents, nothing could prepare Dora (Isabela Moner) for her most dangerous adventure ever – High School. Always the explorer, Dora quickly finds herself leading Boots (her best friend, a monkey), Diego (Jeffrey Wahlberg), a mysterious jungle inhabitant (Eugenio Derbez), and a rag tag group of teens on a live-action adventure to save her parents (Eva Longoria, Michael Peña) and solve the impossible mystery behind a lost city of gold.

“Dora and the Lost City of Gold” opens Aug. 2, and a trailer for the film will debut during the Nickelodeon “Kids’ Choice Awards” on Saturday.

Eugenio Derbez, Michael Peña, Eva Longoria, Adriana Barraza, Temuera Morrison, Jeffrey Wahlberg, Nicholas Coombe, Madeleine Madden and Danny Trejo star, and Benicio Del Toro provides the voice for Swiper the Fox.

“Dora and the Lost City of Gold” comes from Paramount Players and Nickelodeon Movies. It’s directed by James Bobin. Tom Wheeler wrote the story, and Nicholas Stoller and Matthew Robinson penned the screenplay. Kristin Burr is producing, and Julia Pistor, Eugenio Derbez, John G. Scotti are executive producing.

See the new posters below:

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Bethany Hamilton Doc ‘Unstoppable’ Lands at Entertainment Studios

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Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures has acquired the worldwide rights to “Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable,” a documentary about the famed competitive surfer Bethany Hamilton who lost her arm in a shark attack when she was a teenager.

ESMP will release the film in U.S. theaters on July 12.

“Unstoppable” is directed by Aaron Lieber. The documentary premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2018 and was also featured at both the Los Angeles Film Festival and Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival.

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“Unstoppable” tells the story of surfer Hamilton, who was attacked by a 15-foot tiger shark while surfing at age 13, causing the loss of her left arm.

But not only did Hamilton survive the attack, she was back on the competitive surfing circuit just a year later. More than a decade later, Hamilton, now a mother, undertakes her greatest challenge: chasing a toddler and the biggest wave of her career. “Unstoppable” is the untold story of the heart of a champion and her resilience against all odds to become one of the leading professional surfers of our time. Hamilton is continuously rewriting the rules on being a fearless athlete, and brings new meaning to the phrase “surfs like a girl.”

Hamilton’s story was also adapted into a feature film called “Soul Surfer” back in 2011.

“Unstoppable” includes observational footage of Hamilton and her family as well as archival footage of Hamilton as a young woman. Penny Edmiston and Jane Kelly Kosek are the producers along with Lieber. “Unstoppable” was edited by Carol Martori and was initially funded by surf apparel brand RipCurl and beverage accessory brand Corkcicle.

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“‘Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable’ is an inspiring and powerful documentary,” Byron Allen, Founder/Chairman/CEO of Entertainment Studios said in a statement. “We know that viewers around the world will be uplifted by Bethany Hamilton’s incredible tale of survival and success!”

“Releasing ‘Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable’ into theaters is a dream come true and I am beyond thrilled to be working with Byron Allen and Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures,” Lieber added. “This film was meant for the big screen and I’m excited for people to hear the incredible Atmos sound mix by Dolby Digital, the original score by Kris Bowers. I put my heart and soul into creating a film that would truly immerse the audience into Bethany’s inspiring story.”

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Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki Join Cast of Christopher Nolan’s Next Film

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Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki have joined the cast of Christopher Nolan’s next event film from Warner Bros., two individuals with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

Pattinson and Debicki both join John David Washington, who was revealed to star on Tuesday, in the untitled film, which one insider called a massive, innovative, action blockbuster that will screen in IMAX. A July 17, 2020 release date has already been set.

Nolan wrote the script and is directing for what will be his 11th feature film. He will also produce the film along with his producing partner Emma Thomas. The project is still in the preproduction stage.

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Nolan most recently wrote, directed and produced “Dunkirk” at the studio in 2017. The film went on to win three Oscars and gross $527.0 million at the box office worldwide.

Pattinson will next be seen in the art house sci-fi film “High Life” from director Claire Denis. After that he has Ciro Guerra’s drama “Waiting for the Barbarians,” Robert Eggers’ fantasy/horror film “The Lighthouse” and the historical epic “The King” from David Michod. More recently, Pattinson was seen in the indie crime movie “Good Time” from the Safdie Brothers, and in James Gray’s historical drama “The Lost City of Z.”

Debicki is known for roles in the second “Guardians of the Galaxy” film and HBO’s “The Tale,” but she also recently broke out in Steve McQueen’s “Widows” from last year.

News of Pattinson’s casting was first reported by Collider. Variety first reported Debicki’s casting.

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‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ With Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter to Open Summer 2020 (Video)

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Excellent! “Bill & Ted Face the Music,” the reunion film where Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves reprising their roles as the beloved time-traveling slackers, will open nationwide on Aug. 21, 2020.

Production is set to begin this summer on the third film in the franchise, Hammerstone Studios announced on Wednesday. Orion Pictures will release the movie through its United Artists Releasing banner.

Winter and Reeves released a brief announcement video from the Hollywood Bowl that the movie is “actually, hopefully” happening. Watch it above.

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“Bill & Ted Face The Music” follows the events of 1989’s “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” and 1991’s “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey,” with the now middle-aged best friends William “Bill” S. Preston, Esq. (Winter) and Theodore “Ted” Logan (Reeves) setting out on a new adventure to fulfill their rock and roll (Wyld Stallions) destiny to bring harmony to the universe through the power of their music. Along the way, they will be helped by their families, old friends and a few music legends.

Dean Parisot (“Galaxy Quest,” “Red 2,” “Fun With Dick and Jane”) is directing the time-traveling buddy comedy based on a screenplay by Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon, who are returning to the franchise.

Scott Kroopf is producing alongside Alex Lebovici and Steve Ponce on behalf of Hammerstone Studios. Steven Soderbergh will be executive producing along with R. Scott Reid, John Ryan Jr., Scott Fischer and John Santilli. Production legal will be handled by Rosen Stapleton Law Group.

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“Face the Music” was announced in May 2018, but even then Reeves had commented that he was uncertain if the film would be a “reality.”

“We’ve been trying for a long time to get that film made, and it still has its challenges,” Reeves said. “I really love the characters, and I think we have a good story to tell/ Part of it is show business stuff — financing, rights, deals. Nothing creatively.”

Reeves will next be seen in “John Wick: Chapter Three” and in the Netflix rom-com “Always be My Maybe.” Winter’s next project is a documentary on the life of the legendary rock artist Frank Zappa and another called “Showbiz Kids” for HBO and Bill Simmons’ Ringer Films.

The previous “Bill & Ted” films were box office successes, becoming cultural touch points for a generation and garnering a rabid cult following in the process.

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‘Hamilton’ Star Leslie Odom Jr Joins ‘Sopranos’ Prequel ‘The Many Saints of Newark’

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“Hamilton” star Leslie Odom Jr. has joined the cast of the “Sopranos” prequel film, “The Many Saints of Newark,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

Odom’s character details were not revealed, but he’s in line for a starring role in the project. He joins a cast that includes Alessandro Nivola, Vera Farmiga, Ray Liotta, Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Billy Magnussen, John Magaro and James Gandolfini’s son Michael Gandolfini as a young Tony Soprano.

“The Many Saints of Newark,” which has consistently been the title despite some confusion over a reported working title, “Newark,” will open via Warner Bros. and New Line on Sept. 25, 2020.

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Alan Taylor is directing from a script by “Sopranos” creator David Chase and writer Lawrence Konner. Both Chase and Konner are also producing. Nicole Lambert (Chase Films), Marcus Viscidi, and Michael Disco (The Disco Factory) are executive producers on “Newark.”

“The Many Saints of Newark” is set in the 1960s during the Newark riots, five days of violence in the New Jersey city sparked by the beating of a black man by white police officers. It was especially lethal among African American and Italian American gangsters involved in the fighting — 26 people died and more than 700 people were injured during the riots.

More specifically, it follows the life of Dickie Moltisanti (Nivola), a frequently mentioned character in “The Sopranos” but one who was never seen in the original series, including flashbacks.

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Some of Odom Jr.’s film roles include “Murder on the Orient Express” and “Red Tails,” but he has a number of projects awaiting release, including the sci-fi “Only” opposite Freida Pinto, the Harriet Tubman biopic “Harriet,” John Ridley’s sci-fi “Needle in a Timestack,” and finally a project directed by Sia called “Music.”

Odom, Jr. is repped by Creative Artists Agency, Untitled Entertainment and Jackoway, Austen, Tyerman, Wertheimer, Mandelbaum, Morris, Bernstein, Trattner & Klein.

News of Odom Jr.’s casting was first reported by Deadline.

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IFC Films Acquires ‘Mary Magdalene’ With Rooney Mara for April Release

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IFC Films has acquired the U.S. rights to “Mary Magdalene” starring Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix as Jesus Christ for a release in less than a month, the company announced Wednesday.

Garth Davis’ religious drama had its world premiere at the National Gallery in London in 2018 and received an international release, but it was previously on The Weinstein Company slate and was caught in release limbo after the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Now IFC will open the film theatrically on April 12.

Mara stars as Mary Magdalene opposite Phoenix’s Jesus and Chiwetel Ejiofor as Peter. “Mary Magdalene” aims to depict the moving story of “one of the most misunderstood women in history alternately vilified as a sinner and canonized as a saint.” Here’s the full synopsis:

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In the First Century A.D., the free-spirited Mary (Mara) flees the marriage her family has arranged for her, finding a sense of purpose in a radical new movement led by the charismatic, defiant preacher Jesus of Nazareth (Phoenix). The sole woman among his band of disciples, Mary defies the prejudices of her patriarchal society. She undergoes a profound spiritual awakening, becomes drawn her into conflict with Jesus’s apostles Peter (Ejiofor) and Judas (Tahar Rahim, star of Jacques Audiard’s “A Prophet”), and finds herself at the center of an earth-shaking historical moment. “Mary Magdalene” is a rapturous, moving account of a miraculous woman who risked everything to follow her faith.

Helen Edmundson and Philippa Goslett wrote the film. The producers are Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, and Liz Watts, with cinematography by Greig Fraser and music by Hildur Guðnadóttir and the late Jóhann Jóhannsson. The film is the second for Davis after his breakout 2016 drama “Lion.”

“Mary Magdalene” was produced by See-Saw Films and Porchlight Films. The deal for the film was negotiated by Arianna Bocco, EVP of Acquisitions and Productions at IFC Films/Sundance Selects/IFC Midnight and UTA on behalf of the filmmakers.

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt Do ‘Dangerous Stuff’ in ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Trailer (Video)

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The trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” is finally here.

We’ve already seen Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie look stunning in vintage ’60s threads, and we even saw DiCaprio do the twist, but now we see the full picture of Hollywood in 1969.

Tarantino has teased that the film would include real life luminaries in the peripheries, but did anyone anticipate Brad Pitt fighting with Bruce Lee? Or a smirking, sinister Charles Manson?

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“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is set in Hollywood in 1969 and follows a fading TV actor who teams up with his stunt double to reclaim fame during Hollywood’s final years of its golden age. But always lurking in the shadows of what is, in a way, an otherwise sunny and colorful Hollywood fairy tale, is Charles Manson and the Manson Family murders that took place in this same time period.

“Actors are required to do a lot of dangerous stuff,” DiCaprio’s actor character says of his stunt double, played by Pitt. “Cliff here helps carry the load.”

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This first trailer also gives a fuller look at the absolutely stellar cast that Tarantino has assembled, many of whom are portraying real-life figures involved in the Manson story. Robbie is, of course, playing Sharon Tate, with Bruce Dern portraying rancher George Spahn, Dakota Fanning as Squeaky Fromme, Damian Lewis as legendary actor Steve McQueen, Emile Hirsch as Jay Sebring, and Lena Dunham is “Gypsy” Share.

Sony Pictures is releasing “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” on July 26.

Watch the first trailer for Tarantino’s film above:

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Here’s Why ‘Pulp Fiction’ Wasn’t Used When De-Aging Samuel L Jackson in ‘Captain Marvel’

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In capturing a young, mid-’90s era Samuel L. Jackson for “Captain Marvel,” the team at Lola VFX started by watching his classics of that time: “Jurassic Park,” “Die Hard: With a Vengeance,” and most notably, “Pulp Fiction.”

Even though Quentin Tarantino’s film came out in 1994, just a year before when “Captain Marvel” is set, the de-aged Nick Fury is not based on Jackson’s look as Jules Winnfield, and there’s a good reason why.

“We had to throw out ‘Pulp Fiction’ almost immediately just because of the facial hair,” Trent Claus, the visual effects supervisor at Lola told TheWrap. “It blocked so much of the reference that we needed, it wasn’t very useful.”

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In de-aging Jackson for “Captain Marvel,” the VFX team did away with a body double and looked to his vast library of films as a reference point. They’re looking for the subtleties in how his cheek might sag in certain places, how light reflects off certain points or how weight hangs on his jaw. It’s a meticulous process that even with a reference from many films, still requires a lot of guesswork and understanding of the physiology of the human face and body.

“It’s not as helpful as it might seem,” Claus said. “Even though you have lots of angles, it’s rare you find the exact right position and lighting and all those things.”

Claus says the film that helped their cause the most was the smaller budget thriller “One Eight Seven.” Though Jackson guessed that they would’ve modeled his look from “The Negotiator,” Claus says it was slightly beyond the age they were looking for.

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The year that the movie was released wasn’t the only thing that they took into consideration.

“If you look at his appearance in say, ‘Jurassic Park,’ which was ’93, compared to his appearance in ‘Pulp Fiction,’ he looks older in ‘Jurassic Park’ than he does in ‘Pulp Fiction,’ just because that’s who his character was,” Claus said. “So we had to factor that in as well. Not only what year was it shot, but what was his character supposed to portray?”

Claus said that for someone who is 70 years old, Jackson has “aged very well.” But that doesn’t always make their job easier.

“That can actually be a double-edged sword. Without the standard wrinkles to remove, that’s kind of the low hanging fruit. If we simply just wipe off the wrinkles from someone, that can immediately take 10, 15 years off them,” Klaus said. “But if you’re working with someone like Sam, who really doesn’t have a whole lot of wrinkles, you really have to rely on physiological changes, changes in structure of musculature, textures of skin, the way the weight hangs on your neck and your jaw, things over time that we’ve studied for so many years now.”

Read more about Samuel L. Jackson’s de-aging process on “Captain Marvel” here.

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Steven Spielberg’s ‘West Side Story’ Remake Finds Its Officer Krupke

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Corey Stoll and Brian d’Arcy James have joined the cast of Steven Spielberg’s remake of the musical “West Side Story,” with d’Arcy James playing Sgt. Krupke, aka Officer Krupke, Fox announced on Tuesday

Stoll will play Lt. Schrank.

Stoll and d’Arcy James join cast members Rita Moreno (Valentina), Ansel Elgort (Tony), Rachel Zegler (Maria), Ariana DeBose (Anita), David Alvarez (Bernardo) and Josh Andrés Rivera (Chino).

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In “West Side Story,” Stoll plays the New York City detective charged with quelling civic unrest in his racially-torn precinct, and dʼArcy James is the veteran cop whose beat includes the territories of the two warring street gangs, the Sharks and the Jets.

Stoll played Buzz Aldrin in “First Man,” and he recently had lead roles in “Othello” and “Julius Caesar” on stage.

DʼArcy James starred as King George in the original run of “Hamilton” at The Public Theater, and his film credits include “Spotlight” and the upcoming “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” and “The Kitchen.”

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“West Side Story” will be produced and directed by Spielberg from a script by Tony Kushner. The film will be adapted for the screen from the original 1957 Broadway musical, which was written by Arthur Laurents with music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and concept, direction and choreography by Jerome Robbins.

Also producing are Kevin McCollum and Kristie Macosko Krieger. Rita Moreno is executive producing.

“West Side Story” will be released by Twentieth Century Fox. Filming is slated to start in the summer of 2019. Additional casting announcements will be made in the coming weeks.

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James Cameron’s ‘Terminator’ Sequel at Paramount Gets a ‘Dark’ Title

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The sixth and potentially final installment in the “Terminator” franchise from producer James Cameron has a new title from Paramount. The film will be called “Terminator: Dark Fate,” an individual with knowledge of the film tells TheWrap.

Though he’s directing the “Avatar” films, Cameron is heavily involved in this film that reunites Arnold Schwarzenegger with Linda Hamilton, the original Sarah Connor, and it is the first time the two have been on screen together since “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.”

While the plot for the film is unknown, Cameron has promised that it will have a sense of closure to it and align more closely with the events of the second film, as opposed to the subsequent sequels.

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“Deadpool” director Tim Miller directs and is credited with writing the story alongside David Ellison. Josh Friedman, David S. Goyer, Billy Ray and Justin Rhodes all wrote the screenplay.

Also starring in “Terminator: Dark Fate” are Mackenzie Davis and Natalia Reyes, who appeared in a first look photo opposite Hamilton.

“Dark Fate” opens in theaters from Paramount and Skydance on Nov. 1. It will open on a busy fall weekend opposite wide releases “Charlie’s Angels” from Universal, the Edward Norton crime drama “Motherless Brooklyn” from Warner Bros. and the animated “Arctic Dogs” from Entertainment Studios.

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Director Jon Stewart’s ‘Irresistible’ With Steve Carell Lands at Focus Features

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“Irresistible,” a new political comedy which is being directed by Jon Stewart and stars Steve Carell, has landed at Focus Features, the studio announced Tuesday.

Focus will partner with Plan B Entertainment to produce and distribute “Irresistible,” a comedy set during a political campaign.

Chris Cooper also joins the previously announced cast of Carell and Rose Byrne. Stewart will also produce alongside Plan B Entertainment.

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“In the age of fake news, Jon Stewart continues to be the real deal. He’s been making us laugh at the bipartisan commitment to bending the truth for years, and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with him and Plan B as Jon brings his signature wit to the big screen with the incredibly versatile talents of Steve, Rose, and Chris,” Focus Features chairman Peter Kujawski said in a statement.

Focus Features and Universal Pictures International will distribute the film worldwide. Focus’ Josh McLaughlin, president of production, will oversee the film.

This is the former “Daily Show” host’s follow-up to 2014’s “Rosewater,” a drama about the life of journalist Maziar Bahari that starred Gael Garcia Bernal.

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Cooper will next be seen in Marielle Heller’s “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” based on the life of Mister Rogers. He also recently completed production on Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women.” He’s represented by CAA and Untitled Entertainment.

Focus is behind the Oscar-winning “BlacKkKlansman” from Spike Lee, and they recently released “Greta” and “The Mustang.” Other films on the studio’s slate include “The Dead Don’t Die” from Jim Jarmusch, “Harriet,” about the life of Harriet Tubman, and the upcoming “Downton Abbey” movie.

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Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro to Reunite for Career-Spanning Tribeca Talk

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Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro are reuniting on stage for an in-depth conversation about their respective careers at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.

The festival on Tuesday announced its lineup of Tribeca Talks, and Scorsese and festival founder De Niro’s conversation will headline the Directors Series.

The duo will talk about their long, intertwined careers, beginning with “Mean Streets” and through “The Irishman,” which will be released on Netflix later this year. That project is their first time collaborating since 1995’s “Casino.” Together they’ve worked on nine films, including “Taxi Driver,” “Raging Bull,” “The King of Comedy” and “Cape Fear.” The chat between Scorsese and De Niro takes place on April 28 at the Beacon Theater in New York City.

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Also added to the Tribeca Talks series as part of the Directors Series are conversations with Guillermo del Toro, and another between David O. Russell and Jennifer Lawrence.

Then as part of the Storytellers series, The Roots drummer Questlove, comedians Sarah Silverman and Mike Birbiglia, actors Michael J. Fox and Denis Leary, writer Jaron Lanier, and screenwriter and actress Rashida Jones will also all be featured.

Tribeca Talks also announced a conversation between Queen Latifah and “Mudbound” director Dee Rees, and “Metal Gear Solid” creator Hideo Kojima will sit down with “The Walking Dead’s” Norman Reedus to talk Kojima’s new game for the PlayStation 4, “Death Stranding,” starring Reedus.

The 18th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival takes place April 24 through May 5. Find out more information about the schedule here.

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Margot Robbie Brings Sharon Tate Back to Life New ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Character Poster (Photo)

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We got another new character poster ahead of the first look at Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” and while Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt got to lean back and look cool in the first one, this one is all Margot Robbie dolled up as late actress Sharon Tate.

This latest poster, also captioned “Hollywood. 1969” by Robbie on Instagram and Facebook Tuesday morning, also shows her leaning against an imaginary wall, this time outside a movie theater.

Of course, “Hollywood. 1969” was the location and year that pregnant Tate was murdered by members of the Manson family, led by cult leader Charles Manson.

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Everything we’ve seen thus far in anticipation of Tarantino’s ninth film has had that Old Hollywood glow, but it’s only a matter of time before Manson himself shows up and changes Hollywood forever.

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” also features a cast including Margaret Qualley, Scoot McNairy, Dakota Fanning, Timothy Olyphant, Kurt Russell, Emile Hirsch, Tim Roth, James Marsden, Damian Lewis, Lorenza Izzo, Sydney Sweeney, Rumer Willis, Clifton Collins, Jr., Michael Masden, Zoe Bell, Bruce Dern, Harley Quinn Smith, Lena Dunham, Danny Strong, the late Luke Perry, and Damon Herriman as Manson.

Columbia Pictures is releasing “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” on July 26.

See the new poster below:

Hollywood. 1969. #OnceUponATimeInHollywood pic.twitter.com/8KKlH6jI65

— Margot Robbie (@MargotRobbie) March 19, 2019

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New ‘Toy Story 4’ Trailer Will Make You Cry as Woody Imagines Life on the Road (Video)

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Why do you have to do this to us Pixar? Does every new look at “Toy Story 4” have to make us cry this much?

The new trailer for “Toy Story 4” starts to try and answer those burning questions everyone had the first time around about the new character Forky, like his existential crisis and reason for existing. But it also grapples with Woody’s own purpose as a toy, something this franchise has done dating all the way back to the original. Oh, and it’s all set to the tune of “God Only Knows” by the Beach Boys. They really know where to get us, don’t they?

“I was made to help this child,” Woody says. “I don’t remember it being this hard.”

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This latest trailer also introduces us to three new characters and brings back the original franchise’s Bo Peep, who is now an adventurous spirit living life as a toy on the road. Among the new characters are Gabby Gabby, voiced by Christina Hendricks, Duke Caboom voiced by Keanu Reeves, and Giggle McDimples, voiced by Alli Maki.

Here’s the full synopsis:

Woody (voice of Tom Hanks) has always been confident about his place in the world, and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. So when Bonnie’s beloved new craft-project-turned-toy, Forky (voice of Tony Hale), declares himself as “trash” and not a toy, Woody takes it upon himself to show Forky why he should embrace being a toy. But when Bonnie takes the whole gang on her family’s road trip excursion, Woody ends up on an unexpected detour that includes a reunion with his long-lost friend Bo Peep (voice of Annie Potts). After years of being on her own, Bo’s adventurous spirit and life on the road belie her delicate porcelain exterior. As Woody and Bo realize they’re worlds apart when it comes to life as a toy, they soon come to find that’s the least of their worries.

Directed by Josh Cooley (“Riley’s First Date?”) and produced by Jonas Rivera (“Inside Out,” “Up”) and Mark Nielsen (associate producer “Inside Out”), Disney and Pixar’s “Toy Story 4” ventures to theaters on June 21.

Watch the trailer above.

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Here’s Who Kristin Chenoweth Wants to Cast in the ‘Wicked’ Movie (Video)

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Kristin Chenoweth has her dream casting in mind for the upcoming film adaptation of “Wicked,” and we’re clicking our heels together three times to make sure we’re not dreaming at even the thought of it.

Chenoweth, who played Glinda the Good Witch in the “Wizard of Oz” prequel stage musical and was nominated for a Tony Award for her work, said Dove Cameron should take on her role for the film musical.

“I have done two movies with her and I’ve played her mother twice, so I would see that as passing the crown so to speak,” Chenoweth said on “The Talk.”

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Cameron is the star of the Disney Channel show “Liv and Maddie.” She has featured on stage in a production of “Mamma Mia” and others, and she also had a recurring role on “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

What about Elphaba, Glinda’s green best friend who becomes the Wicked Witch of the West? It’s hard to top Idina Menzel, but Chenoweth thought one of the biggest pop stars in the world would be ideal.

“I think Ariana Grande would make the perfect Elphaba,” Chenoweth said. “Both of them have got to be great actors and great singers …. and funny and sad, and both good and evil, and I just think they have it.”

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Chenoweth was then asked if she would ever collaborate with Grande on a project.

“Yes. I mean, is the pope Catholic,” she joked. “I think she’s one, the most talented artists that we have. And I would like to celebrate that with her. But, no matter what, I’m her big sister, her mentor, that’s what I want to be more than anything.”

Stephen Daldry is directing the film produced by Marc Platt and Winnie Holzman, who wrote the original musical book, is writing the screenplay.

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Universal’s “Wicked” opens in theaters Dec. 22, 2021.

Watch the clip of Chenoweth on “The Talk” above.

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Warner Bros in Talks for ‘King Richard,’ With Will Smith as Serena Williams’ Father

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Warner Bros. is in final talks to acquire “King Richard,” a biopic starring Will Smith about the life of Richard Williams, the father of tennis greats Serena and Venus Williams, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

Zach Baylin wrote the spec script for the film that has Tim White and Trevor White (“The Post”) as producers under their Star Throwers Entertainment banner, along with Smith, who is producing for his Overbrook Entertainment banner. Allan Mandelbaum and Caleeb Pinkett are executive producers on the film, and Mary Solomon and Rick Rickertsen are serving as co-producers.

“King Richard” is the story of how Williams overcame adversity and trained his two daughters on the streets of Compton, California to become among the greatest tennis players in the history of the game.

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“King Richard” was the subject of a minor controversy when online critics said that Smith was too light-skinned of an actor to portray the dark-skinned Williams.

Smith recently dropped out of “The Suicide Squad” and is next set to star in Disney’s live-action remake of “Aladdin” as the Genie.

Deadline was first to report the news of the bidding war.

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How Samuel L Jackson’s De-Aging on ‘Captain Marvel’ Cut Shooting Time in Half

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Samuel L. Jackson, who is 70 years old, was made to look 25 years younger as Nick Fury for the ’90s throwback movie “Captain Marvel.” And though the studio has previously de-aged Michael Douglas (“Ant-Man” films), Kurt Russell (“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”) and Robert Downey Jr. (“Captain America: Civil War”), the work on Jackson is the first time Marvel has done this for a co-lead actor for an entire movie.

De-aging is a meticulous, time-intensive process. Part of that process involves filming a body double that the visual effects artist can use as a reference. In making the leap between a handful to now hundreds of shots, Marvel tasked the company Lola Visual Effects to make some tests to see what Jackson could look like without the aid of a double. The payoff was enormous.

“That process works if you’ve got five, eight, maybe 10 shots. But in a movie like this where we’ve got about 500 shots, there was no way from a production point of view we could do that,” Christopher Townsend, Marvel’s visual effects supervisor on “Captain Marvel,” told TheWrap. “One of the big gains was Lola coming back to us and saying, ‘we don’t need the body double.’ That was huge for us because it cut down our shooting time by at least half.”

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The end result in “Captain Marvel” is seamless, easily creating the illusion that Fury is far younger than the actor playing him. Townsend said that the goal was to always avoid the “uncanny valley” effect and to make Jackson’s youth look natural and unnoticeable.

“The thing I said to the gang at the beginning is from that first shot you see of Sam, you’ll go ‘Woah! Young Sam!’ But my intention was after that, nobody thinks about it,” Townsend said. “And hopefully that’s what we’ve achieved if we’ve done our job right, and that the audience never questions it and doesn’t even consider it.”

De-aging, or “youthening” as the VFX experts at Marvel also call it, requires repeatedly and painstakingly manipulating an individual frame of a movie to make an actor look younger.

Imagine trying to use Photoshop to make a model look thinner or younger on a magazine cover: you paint out any wrinkles, smooth the skin, fill in pores, bring in a person’s cheeks or chin, etc., but now do that frame by frame across a two-hour movie.

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“The real challenge is making it so that there’s continuity from one frame to the next so that it feels smooth, and it never feels like the face is jiggling around or moving,” Townsend said. “It really comes down to the artistry of the person sitting there and trying to maintain as much of the original performance as possible.”

“You want every shot throughout the whole movie to look like Sam, and specifically to look like Sam at that age. So when you’re working with hundreds of shots and dozens of artists, it would be really easy for each of these shots to go off in their own direction and every shot looking like a different person,” Trent Claus, visual effects supervisor with Lola, added. “So you have to be very strict with consistency and internal reviews and things like that to maintain that continuity.”

Claus helped pioneer the de-aging process with “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” and in creating the “Skinny Steve” effect in the first “Captain America” movie, in which Chris Evans was slimmed down at its start, a precursor to the technique used today. But he said that it’s a “misconception” that the technology itself has changed or evolved drastically in the last 10 years. What has improved is their experience and knowledge of the physiology of the human body and face.

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With the absence of a body double, the visual effects artists looked to ’90s Jackson classics like “The Negotiator,” “Die Hard: With a Vengeance,” “Jurassic Park” and smaller films like “Sphere” and “One Eight Seven.” As VFX artists might also do with a body double, they’re looking for a model for how light reflects on his face or how his cheek might sag when he strikes a similar expression to one used in “Captain Marvel.”

Claus, however, said that the challenge of working with someone who has “aged very well” like Jackson is actually a “double-edged sword.”

“If we simply just wipe off the wrinkles from someone, that can immediately take 10, 15 years off them,” Claus said. “But if you’re working with someone like Sam, who really doesn’t have a whole lot of wrinkles, you really have to rely on physiological changes, changes in structure of musculature, textures of skin, the way the weight hangs on your neck and your jaw, things over time like that we’ve studied for so many years now.”

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Townsend said the goal is always to maintain as much of the performance as possible, to manipulate the image without destroying the original photography. Smooth out too much, and you lose the nuances of the actor’s performance but also end up with unnatural, plastic-y looking skin.

And in striving for realism and understanding the human face, Claus says what they do is much more than photoshopping.

“We don’t want to remove all the imperfections. We don’t want to make them look more perfect than an actual human does. We want to keep all of that pore texture, whiskers, and all of those things that it would be easier for us to just eliminate,” Claus said. “It would be far easier for us to just obliterate all the detail on someone’s face. But then you end up with that mannequin, uncanny valley thing that we all try to avoid.”

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The question that remains is how Marvel will use this technology in the future, or what it means for upcoming movies from other filmmakers. Martin Scorsese is planning to de-age Robert De Niro and Al Pacino for “The Irishman,” and Ang Lee is de-aging Will Smith for “Gemini Man.” Claus says that on future projects, using a body double is still ideal. But considering the scope of projects like “The Irishman” and “Gemini Man,” the VFX teams on those films may look to take Lola’s lead.

Townsend isn’t sure of the specific techniques that Scorsese and Netflix are utilizing but says that the process is the same and reiterated that the goal is always to do the most you can to fully capture the actor’s performance and get out of the way of the story.

“De-aging, youthening, any actor that has had a prolific career, brings advantages and disadvantages,” Townsend said. “There is plenty of onscreen reference from which to draw, but equally, there will be many experts out there critiquing the work and comparing it directly with the younger actor.”

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‘Dumbo’ Child Stars Call Out Colin Farrell for Filling Up ‘Swear Jar’ on Set (Video)

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We’re sure the set of “Dumbo” was a delightful experience and that the finished film will be more than appropriate for young audiences, but star Colin Farrell admits he had a hand in filling up a swear jar on set. And his young co-stars were quick to name names of others who have just as bad of a potty mouth.

While guesting on “The Talk,” Sharon Osbourne said Farrell has been known for his “colorful language,” although Farrell joked that she’s one to talk.

“Indeed, how did you get this job,” the Irish actor said. “There must be somebody backstage with carpal tunnel from hitting the button so much.”

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Farrell said that by the end of the film, there was a swear jar that was “rather full,” and that all the money went to charity.

“Of course, I wasn’t the only one to blame. Who else had ‘colorful language?’ Come on, nail someone,” Farrell said to the film’s child actors Nico Parker and Finley Hobbins. And without missing a beat, Hobbins chimed in and called out Danny DeVito and Michael Keaton.

In a separate clip on “The Talk,” DeVito had reason to swear, saying that this was his first time working with CGI on a film. He’s still amazed about having to look at a “green blob” and pretend it’s a baby elephant.

“It looks like a grasshopper. It’s not quite an elephant,” DeVito said.

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But even Hobbins might’ve used some colorful language on the set. His co-star Parker is the daughter of Thandie Newton, who happened to be filming “Solo: A Star Wars Story” at the same time that she was filming “Dumbo.” While she got to visit the set, Hobbins gave Parker the “cold shoulder” for leaving him behind.

“We’re having a nice day on set, and I’m told, oh Nico is getting to go to the ‘Star Wars’ set,” Hobbins said. “Oh cool! You can’t come.”

Watch the clip via “The Talk” above, and check out DeVito’s segment here.

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt Stand Tall on ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Poster (Photo)

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It isn’t hard to make Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio look like the coolest people in the room, but the first official poster for “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” certainly tries.

Sony teased Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film with a simple look at the film’s two male stars standing tall and looking boss in their vintage threads.

It’s Hollywood in 1969, and DiCaprio plays a faded TV actor who, along with his stunt double, strives to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood’s Golden Age.

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Oh, and Charles Manson might show up as well. That should get interesting.

Margot Robbie co-stars in the film as Sharon Tate, and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” also features a typically loaded Tarantino cast, including Margaret Qualley, Scoot McNairy, Dakota Fanning, Timothy Olyphant, Kurt Russell, Emile Hirsch, Tim Roth, James Marsden, Damian Lewis, Lorenza Izzo, Sydney Sweeney, Rumer Willis, Clifton Collins, Jr., Michael Masden, Zoe Bell, Bruce Dern, Harley Quinn Smith, Lena Dunham, Danny Strong, the late Luke Perry, and Damon Herriman as Charles Manson.

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” opens from Sony Pictures on July 26. Check out the new poster as shared by DiCaprio below:

Hollywood. 1969. #OnceUponATimeInHollywood pic.twitter.com/1CRSiiQ643

— Leonardo DiCaprio (@LeoDiCaprio) March 18, 2019

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