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            Francis Ford Coppola Signs With An Agency To Help Find Financing For The Long-Awaited ‘Megalopolis’

            Francis Ford Coppola Signs With An Agency To Help Find Financing For The Long-Awaited ‘Megalopolis’
            Sometimes even the biggest names in Hollywood history need a little help to bring a project to life. Recently, we saw Martin Scorsese rely on the financial generosity of Netflix to allow for “The Irishman” to actually get made, after years and years of trying with traditional studios. Now, in the case of Francis Ford Coppola, the filmmaker is hoping that enlisting the help of an agency will get the long-awaited “Megalopolis” in theaters.
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            Len Wiseman Set To Direct Female-Centric ‘John Wick’ Spinoff ‘Ballerina’

            • Deadline
            Len Wiseman Set To Direct Female-Centric ‘John Wick’ Spinoff ‘Ballerina’
            Exclusive: Lionsgate has set Len Wiseman to direct Ballerina, an action spinoff of the lucrative John Wick franchise.

            Ballerina focuses on a young female assassin who seeks revenge against the people who killed her family. The picture is on a fast track, with a script by Shay Hatten, whose credits include the Zack Snyder-directed Army of the Dead for Netflix, and John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum.

            The picture is produced by Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee, with Keanu Reeves and Chad Stahelski also involved in producing roles. The character was glimpsed in the last John Wick film and it isn’t clear at this point whether Reeves will be in the film though if he does it will be a cameo. Unity Phelan is in the credits of Parabellum under the character Ballerina, but I am not sure who will be the star of the spinoff.

            The film takes center
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            Penn Badgley, Tony Winner Laura Benanti Join Billy Crystal & Tiffany Haddish In ‘Here Today’

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            Penn Badgley, Tony Winner Laura Benanti Join Billy Crystal & Tiffany Haddish In ‘Here Today’
            Gossip Girl alum Penn Badgley, who currently stars on the Netflix series, You, and Tony-winning actress Laura Benanti have been added to the cast of Here Today along with Anna Deavere Smith and Nyambi Nyambi. Emmy winners Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish are toplining the Astute Films comedy, which is currently filming in New York City.

            Here Today will mark Crystal’s eighth time directing and his third on a feature. It follows veteran comedy writer Charlie Burnz (Crystal), who is slowly but surely losing his grip on reality, befriends a talented young New York street singer Emma Payge (Haddish). Together, they form an unlikely yet hilarious and touching friendship that kicks the generation gap aside and redefines the meaning of love and trust.

            Crystal co-wrote the screenplay with his fellow Saturday Night Live alum and Emmy-award winning writer Alan Zweibel
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            Disneyland’s Spider-Man Ride Will Let You Fire Webs From Your Wrists Via Immersive Technology

            If you’ve ever thrust your wrist forward while pretending to shoot a web from it, Disney’s upcoming Spider-Man ride is going to try to give riders that sensation courtesy of some new technology. We’ve known for a long time that a new ride was in the works, but thanks to a recent panel at New […]

            The post Disneyland’s Spider-Man Ride Will Let You Fire Webs From Your Wrists Via Immersive Technology appeared first on /Film.
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            J?rgen Leth to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award as Idfa Unveils 70 Titles

            Pictured: Louise Detlefsen and Louise Kjeldsen’s “Fat Front,” about a rebellious movement started by plus-sized women in Scandinavia, world premieres at Idfa.

            Danish documentarian J?rgen Leth, whose 1967 short “The Perfect Human” inspired fellow countryman Lars Von Trier as a film student, will be awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award at Idfa this year. The prolific 82-year-old, based in Haiti, is just one of a number of non-fiction heavyweights to be celebrated at the Amsterdam festival, which will also offer posthumous tributes to Agnes Varda and D.A. Pennebaker, who passed away this year.

            Under festival director Orwa Nyrabia, in his second year, Idfa continues to focus on directors from emerging territories as well as films dealing with pressing contemporary issues. In the Frontlight section, Claudia Sparrow’s “Maxima” deals with a Peruvian farmer forced to defend her land against the gold-mining industry; Jia Yuchuan’s “The Two Lives of Li Ermao
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            Jamie Lee Curtis Shares First ‘Halloween Kills’ Image as the Sequel Heads Back to a Familiar Location

            Jamie Lee Curtis Shares First ‘Halloween Kills’ Image as the Sequel Heads Back to a Familiar Location
            Halloween Kills, the sequel to 2018’s Halloween, has started production, and we’re already starting to get bits and pieces of material from the David Gordon Green-directed film. Jamie Lee Curtis, who is back as Laurie Strode, took a pic of herself back in character on her first day of shooting. And that’s not all: we now […]

            The post Jamie Lee Curtis Shares First ‘Halloween Kills’ Image as the Sequel Heads Back to a Familiar Location appeared first on /Film.
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            ‘South Park’ Reportedly Scrubbed from Chinese Internet Following “Band in China” Episode [Update]

            Update: South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have released an "Official Apology to China". It is as sincere and heartfelt as you could imagine. Watch the full episode - https://t.co/oktKSJdI9i@THR article - https://t.co/nXrtmnwCJB pic.twitter.com/Xj5a1yE2eL — South Park (@SouthPark) October 7, 2019 Original story below: For all intents and purposes, it looks as though South Park is basically banned in China. This coming after last week’s episode, titled “Band in China,” which was highly critical of the stranglehold the Chinese market has over American entertainment—to the point that Stan says, "…
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            Daily Podcast: John Wick, Avengers: Endgame, Infinity Saga, Incredible Hulk, Star Wars, Watchmen & Devs

            Daily Podcast: John Wick, Avengers: Endgame, Infinity Saga, Incredible Hulk, Star Wars, Watchmen & Devs
            On the October 8, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and tv news, including John Wick spin-off, Avengers: Endgame, Infinity Saga, Incredible Hulk and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. And in Our Feature Presentation, […]

            The post Daily Podcast: John Wick, Avengers: Endgame, Infinity Saga, Incredible Hulk, Star Wars, Watchmen & Devs appeared first on /Film.
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            Inside Apple’s Ultra-Rich Deal for the Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell Musical ‘A Christmas Carol’

            Apple has emerged victorious after shelling out for “A Christmas Carol,” a new live-action musical based on the Charles Dickens classic to star Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell, numerous people close to the heated bidding told Variety.

            The tech giant is in final negotiations to acquire the film, beating out rivals that include Netflix, Warner Bros. and Paramount Pictures, with a lavish deal that blew away other offers.

            Reynolds and Ferrell stand to make staggering amounts as producers and stars, along with significant paydays for writer-directors Sean Anders and John Morris. Fees for talent alone will clock in at north of $60 million, according to numerous insiders. That includes Anders and Morris’ $10 million to $15 million paydays for creating the movie and overseeing its production.

            Reynolds was asking for as much as $27 million for acting and producing services in the early negotiations, said one of the knowledgeable parties. As Netflix got down
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            ‘Halloween Kills’: Jamie Lee Curtis’ First Look at Laurie Strode Hints at a Big Showdown

            We've got our first official look at Laurie Strode during what could be a pivotal scene in Halloween Kills courtesy of the actor who plays her, Jamie Lee Curtis. Filming on Halloween Kills is underway following its September start date. This will be the first of two installments directed by Halloween (2018) director David Gordon Green, with the second (and possibly final) chapter currently titled Halloween Ends. On Tuesday, Curtis posted the first look at Laurie on her Twitter. There's a lot to take in in this photo, namely that Laurie is looking a little worse for the …
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            This ‘Harpoon’ Clips Offers a Taste of 2019’s Most Vicious Horror Movie [Exclusive]

            As aquatic horror further dominates 2019’s slate, Rob Grant’s Harpoon flashes sharpened fangs despite a lack of predatory creatures. No sharks, no crocodiles, just three “friends” airing their grievances while stranded at sea. After catching the film in Montreal at the Fantasia Film Festival, I’m still waiting for a rival title to dethrone Harpoon’s signature […]

            The post This ‘Harpoon’ Clips Offers a Taste of 2019’s Most Vicious Horror Movie [Exclusive] appeared first on /Film.
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            David Oyelowo to Star in ‘The President Is Missing,’ Based on Bill Clinton Novel

            Two-time Emmy and Golden Globe nominee David Oyelowo is set to star in Showtime's drama series The President Is Missing, based on the bestselling novel by President Bill Clinton and James Patterson, Collider has learned. Oyelowo will play a powerless and politically aimless Vice President who unexpectedly becomes President halfway into his administration’s first term, despite his every wish to the contrary. He walks right into a secret, world-threatening crisis, both inside and outside the White House. Attacked by both friends and enemies alike, with scandal and conspiracy swirling around him, he is confronted with a …
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            ‘Batwoman’ Showrunner Caroline Dries on Giving Kate Kane Her Own Joker and Moving Beyond Batman [Interview]

            ‘Batwoman’ Showrunner Caroline Dries on Giving Kate Kane Her Own Joker and Moving Beyond Batman [Interview]
            While Joker is in theaters this weekend and Birds of Prey is on the way, The CW’s Arrowverse is launching a new Batshow. Batwoman stars Ruby Rose as Kate Kane, Bruce Wayne’s cousin who returns to Gotham City and becomes Batwoman in his absence. Not every Gothamite is happy to see Batwoman. Jacob Kane (Dougray […]

            The post ‘Batwoman’ Showrunner Caroline Dries on Giving Kate Kane Her Own Joker and Moving Beyond Batman [Interview] appeared first on /Film.
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            ‘Mickey and the Bear’ Trailer: A Star Is Born in Camila Morrone With Gritty Drama Set Amid Opioid Country

            • Indiewire
            Utopia has dropped the first trailer for director/writer Annabelle Attanasio’s “Mickey and the Bear.” Attanasio is an actress turned filmmaker known from the small screen for her roles on “Bull” and “The Knick.” “Mickey and the Bear” marks her first feature as director, and it stars up-and-comer Camila Morrone, previously seen in the films “Death Wish” and “Never Goin’ Back.”

            Set in the rural back country of Anaconda, Montana, Morrone is headstrong teenager Mickey, who’s trying to keep her single veteran father (James Badge Dale) afloat despite his opioid addiction and grief over the death of his wife. Mickey, however, harbors her own dreams of heading to the west coast and going to college, and she must put everything on the line in pursuit of her own independence.

            Mickey and the Bear” originally premiered at the 2019 South by Southwest Film Festival, and it also stars Calvin Demba
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            Every ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Movie Ranked From Worst to Best

            Note: Collider’s Halloween horror month continues this week with a look at horror’s most iconic, enduring franchises. Today we're looking back on the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise! When we lost Wes Craven, we lost one of the founding fathers of the modern horror film. His gifts to the genre were many, and while he would go on to reshape the slasher genre again with his meta horrors New Nightmare and Scream, Craven's most influential contribution to the landscape of horror was A Nightmare on Elm Street, the brilliant, genre-bending movie that redefined the slasher …
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            ‘Big Mouth’ Co-Creators Apologize for Inaccurate Pansexuality Scene

            • Indiewire
            While Netflix’s “Big Mouth” is a series that is often lauded for its adept and earnest approach to a variety of difficult topics—especially for characters in a particularly awkward time of everyone’s lives, puberty—a scene from its recently-released third season has gotten attention for quite the opposite. The particular scene (from the Season 3 episode “Rankings”) in question sees the introduction of a new character named Ali (voiced by Ali Wong), who identifies as both a Ravenclaw and pansexual.

            In explaining the latter aspect about the character, “Big Mouth’s” patented frankness has wound up creating controversy surrounding its inaccurate analogy explaining the character’s sexual orientation (as well as other aspects of the Lgbtq+ spectrum). As Ali takes centerstage in the classroom to explain that, “Pansexual means I’m into boys, girls, and everything in between,” Nick asks an understandable question: “I thought that was bisexual?
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            Oliver Stone Talks Violence In ‘Joker’ & ‘Natural Born Killers’ & Says “The Future Is Murder”

            Over the last few months, the films that constantly are brought up when discussing “Joker” are “Taxi Driver” and “The King of Comedy.” However, since the discussion about “Joker” devolved from plot specifics and went into a cultural debate about violence in film, Oliver Stone’s movie “Natural Born Killers” has been brought into the spotlight yet again.

            Continue reading Oliver Stone Talks Violence In ‘Joker’ & ‘Natural Born Killers’ & Says “The Future Is Murder” at The Playlist.
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            ‘Mickey and the Bear’ Trailer Finds Camila Morrone Caring for James Badge Dale

            Robert Schwartzman's new distribution company Utopia has released the first trailer for Mickey and the Bear, the indie gem starring Camila Morrone and James Badge Dale. Written and directed by Bull actress Annabelle Attanasio, the film finds headstrong Montana teenager Mickey Peck (Morrone) doing what she can to keep her single, veteran father Hank (Badge Dale) afloat -- navigating his mercurial moods, opioid addiction, and grief over the loss of his wife. Mickey secretly fantasizes of going to college on the west coast and finally living life on her own terms. When Hank’s controlling, jealous behavior turns destructive, Mickey …
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            Watch ‘Joker’ Director Todd Phillips Break Down the Opening Scene

            Watch ‘Joker’ Director Todd Phillips Break Down the Opening Scene
            Todd Phillips got together with the good folks at Vanity Fair to break down the opening scene of his movie Joker. The scene is our first introduction to the tormented Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix), the man who will one day become Gotham’s Clown Prince of Crime. Love or hate Phillips’ film, this is an interesting video and […]

            The post Watch ‘Joker’ Director Todd Phillips Break Down the Opening Scene appeared first on /Film.
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            ‘Little Monsters’ Review: Lupita Nyong’o Sings Her Way through a Sweet and Funny Zombie Comedy

            ‘Little Monsters’ Review: Lupita Nyong’o Sings Her Way through a Sweet and Funny Zombie Comedy
            A few questions might race through your mind during the hectic opening moments of Abe Forsythe’s “Little Monsters,” in which an Australian couple shouts their way through an extended public breakup while bubbly piano music plinks by in the background. Questions like: “is that a Hemsworth?,” “can a zombie comedy perfectly split the difference between Edgar Wright and Taika Waititi?,” and “how are Lupita Nyong’o, Josh Gad, and an invasion of the walking dead going to factor into this?”

            Like everything else in this , the answers come fast and furious. Alexander England — who honestly might still be a Hemsworth, despite what the internet and his birth certificate might tell you — stars as David, a scruffy blond musician with a bad case of stunted manhood. Forsythe’s script doesn’t get into specifics until the third act, but it’s clear from the start that David might be a
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