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        Box Office: ‘Ford v Ferrari’ Dashing to No. 1 While ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Flounders

        Box Office: ‘Ford v Ferrari’ Dashing to No. 1 While ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Flounders
        Christian Bale and Matt Damon’s racing drama “Ford v Ferrari” is set to win the weekend box office by a long shot with an esimated $29 million from 3,528 domestic locations.

        Elizabeth Banks’ “Charlie’s Angels” reboot could land in a distant second in its debut weekend with about $8.2 million, but the second frame of Roland Emmerich’s “Midway” may come out on top, with about $8.5 million.

        “Ford v Ferrari,” which stars Bale and Damon as British driver Ken Miles and Carroll Shelby, respectively, took in nearly $11 million on Friday. Directed by James Mangold, the Fox film follows the pair as they attempt to build a car that can beat Ferrari at the behest of Henry Ford II (Tracy Letts) in the 1960s. Jez Butterworth, John-Henry Butterworth, and Jason Keller wrote the script, and Jon Bernthal, Caitriona Balfe, Josh Lucas, Noah Jupe, Remo Girone, and Ray McKinnon also star. Critics have favored the film,
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        John Woo Says Lupita Nyong’o No Longer Attached To ‘The Killer’ Remake, Talks ‘Face/Off’ Reboot, Chimes In On Superhero Movie Debate

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        John Woo Says Lupita Nyong’o No Longer Attached To ‘The Killer’ Remake, Talks ‘Face/Off’ Reboot, Chimes In On Superhero Movie Debate
        There is good news and bad news about John Woo’s forthcoming remake of his 1989 crime drama The Killer. The good news is that it’s still being made. The bad news is that Lupita Nyong’o is no longer attached to the project. The iconic director shared the news about Nyong’o leaving the project with Deadline at the Hawaii International Film Festival, where he was receiving the festival’s Halekulani Lifetime Achievement Award.

        “There was a scheduling problem because she’s so popular right now!” said Woo about Nyong’o’s exit. “We rewrote the script and it took so much time…she had to leave for another project.”

        Deadline initially broke the news that Nyong’o was going to star in the film at Universal, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. It is unfortunate that the Us star had to drop out as many were looking forward
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        ‘Joker’ Cinematographer Lawrence Sher Wins at Camerimage Film Festival

        ‘Joker’ Cinematographer Lawrence Sher Wins at Camerimage Film Festival
        “Joker” cinematographer Lawrence Sher’s bid, along with director Todd Phillips, to try something “perhaps even a bit artful” won big Saturday in Torun, Poland as he took the top prize at the EnergaCamerimage Intl. Film Festival.

        The Golden Frog for cinematography, along with the audience prize, went to his work filming Joaquin Phoenix in the dark origin story of Batman’s nemesis for its “dystopian storytelling” that “challenges us and unsettles us,” the jury said.

        Sher quipped that such a gritty film from “the guys who made ‘The Hangover’ is not always expected.”

        The fest wrapped in its new home, the historic city where it was first launched 27 years ago, after screenings of 188 films, most judged by some of 48 jurors in 10 competition categories.

        The filming of cinematographer Cesar Charlone in Fernando Meirelles’ portrait of rivalry within the Vatican, “The Two Popes,” won the Silver Frog, while Vladimir Smutny’s
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        Netflix Image Enhancement Rules Take Cinematographers by Surprise

        A Netflix requirement that cinematographers capture films in Hdr, or high dynamic range, has taken many by surprise, filmmakers say, but those at the 27th EnergaCamerimage festival in Poland seem increasingly accepting of the change.

        Dp Roberto Schaefer, whose “Red Sea Diving Resort” screened at the cinematography fest in the historic city of Torun, said the new rule could benefit the viewing experience for TV viewers but also noted he only learned of it at the last moment on his most recent production.

        Schaefer, at Camerimage to screen “Red Sea Diving Resort,” the fact-based feature about a Mossad operation to rescue Ethiopian Jews from persecution, said Hdr should be planned from the start of production.

        “It’s about communication,” Schaefer said, speaking at a panel on closing the gap between technical and creative concerns sponsored by the American Society of Cinematographers, Netflix and Imago, the European federation of cinematographers.

        “You really should be told,
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        Lech Majewski on ‘Valley of the Gods,’ Navaho Mythology, Josh Hartnett, Keir Dullea

        Lech Majewski on ‘Valley of the Gods,’ Navaho Mythology, Josh Hartnett, Keir Dullea
        Torun, Poland – In his latest work, “The Valley of the Gods,” director Lech Majewski explores the ancient mythology of a downtrodden people and the absurd wealth of the world’s richest man in a surreal vision of modern America. The film screened at the EnergaCamerimage Intl. Film Festival as part of special showcase honoring Majewski, who received the Special Camerimage Directing Award. “Valley of the Gods,” which stars Josh Hartnett, John Malkovich, Keir Dullea, Bérénice Marlohe and John Rhys-Davies, presents the clash between the ancient civilization of the Navaho and the ultra-modern, hight-tech world of multi-billionaires. The Navaho “live in really very harsh conditions and their territory is surrounded by this super civilization, the Roman Empire of today, with this epitome of technical innovation,” Majewski told Variety. “I don’t know whether there is another place in the world that has this kind of absolute opposite sides.” Majewski contrasted his
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        Producer-Cinematographer Peter Zwierko on ‘The Naked King,’ Polish and Iranian Revolutions, and History Repeating

        Torun, Poland – “The Naked King,” a documentary chronicling parallel revolutions in Poland and Iran, has proven a timely work at a time when mass demonstrations are sweeping the globe. Directed by Andreas Hoessli and produced by Peter Zwierko, who also served as cinematographer on the film, “The Naked King” examines the 1979 revolution in Iran that toppled the Shah and the Solidarity movement in Poland, which, in 1980, resulted in the creation of the first independent trade union in a Warsaw Pact country. The film, which won best film in the international category at this year’s Dok.fest Munich in May and screened as part of the Documentary Features Competition at the EnergaCamerimage Intl. Film Festival, also tells the personal journey of its Swiss director, who lived in Poland as a young research fellow and met the late Polish journalist Ryszard Kapuscinski, whose work connects the film’s narrative arcs. Shooting
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        ‘Knives and Skin’ Trailer: A Missing Girl Sends a Town Down a Neon-Soaked Paranoid Spiral

        ‘Knives and Skin’ Trailer: A Missing Girl Sends a Town Down a Neon-Soaked Paranoid Spiral
        Knives and Skin became a cult film festival darling this year, building up buzz for its neon-drenched missing girl mystery at Berlinale, the Tribeca Film Festival, Fantastic Fest, and AFI Fest. Now Jennifer Reeder‘s Lynchian thriller is making its way to theaters and VOD this December. Watch the Knives and Skin trailer below. Knives and Skin Trailer Knives […]

        The post ‘Knives and Skin’ Trailer: A Missing Girl Sends a Town Down a Neon-Soaked Paranoid Spiral appeared first on /Film.
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        Quentin Tarantino Celebrates Dp Robert Richardson, Reveals Director Has a New Collaboration in Mind

        Camerimage, the festival in Toruń, Poland dedicated to the art of cinematography, handed out its prestigious Frog prizes this evening. The big winner was “Joker” cinematographer Lawrence Sher, who won the top prize, the Golden Frog, in addition to the Audience Prize. The Bronze Frog was awarded to “The Painted Bird” Dp Vladimír Smutny, while “The Two Popes” Dp César Charlone won the Silver Frog.

        Now in its 27th year, Camerimage has become homecoming week for cinematographers from around the globe, with a vast number of the best DPs, past and present, in attendance. From an awards perspective — considering cinematographers nominate their colleagues — it’s hard to overestimate the value of DPs presenting their work and discussing their craft with their tight-knit community during the week-long celebration.

        Sher — whose “Joker” screened early in the fest, and has been in attendance and an active participant in events all week — already looked
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        Cinematographer Roberto Schaefer on Gideon Raff’s Thriller ‘The Red Sea Diving Resort’

        Cinematographer Roberto Schaefer on Gideon Raff’s Thriller ‘The Red Sea Diving Resort’
        Torun, Poland – While Gideon Raff’s Netflix thriller “The Red Sea Diving Resort” shot largely in South Africa and Namibia, the project was a welcomed opportunity for cinematographer Roberto Schaefer due to his own memorable travels through Ethiopia. The film, which screened in the EnergaCamerimage Intl. Film Festival’s Contemporary World Cinema section, is loosely based on an operation by the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad, to evacuate Jewish Ethiopian refugees to Israel in the 1980s using an abandoned seaside resort in Sudan. Chris Evans, Ben Kingsley, Michael Kenneth Williams and Greg Kinnear star. “Story-wise obviously it moved me very much,” Schaefer said, speaking at the film’s screening in Torun, Poland on Thursday. “I had sort of a personal connection to it because in 1972 I visited Ethiopia with my sister and my brother-in-law. We travelled around the whole country and we went to three different Falasha villages – Ethiopian Jews are Falashas.
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        ‘Amélie’ Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet And Writer Guillaume Laurant May Make Sci-Fi Film ‘Big Bug’ For Netflix

        It’s been six years since Jean-Pierre Jeunet, who gave us the one-two punch of “Alien Resurrection” and “Amélie” has directed a narrative feature film, but we may get a new film from him and “Amélie” writer Guillaume Laurant. The duo is reportedly getting back together to helm the sci-fi film “Big Bug” for Netflix.

        Continue reading ‘Amélie’ Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet And Writer Guillaume Laurant May Make Sci-Fi Film ‘Big Bug’ For Netflix at The Playlist.
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        How ‘Watchmen’ Balances Pleasing Comic Book Fans and Newcomers Alike

        How ‘Watchmen’ Balances Pleasing Comic Book Fans and Newcomers Alike
        Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ seminal graphic novel Watchmen is a dense and complex work. When the HBO adaptation was announced, the biggest question would be how closely it would follow the graphic novel, and whether you needed to read it beforehand. The truth is, you can argue both for and against reading the graphic […]

        The post How ‘Watchmen’ Balances Pleasing Comic Book Fans and Newcomers Alike appeared first on /Film.
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        Oscar Isaac Compares ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ To A “Chess Match”

        We are about to see not only the end of Disney’s first ‘Star Wars’ trilogy since acquiring Lucasfilm, but the end of a 9-movie saga. We know that Palpatine will return, but that’s pretty much the only thing we know about the plot. Among the many promises of how it will be a satisfying ending, we can now add Poe Dameron himself, Oscar Isaac who says the film is like a “chess match.”

        Read More: Disney Announces A Whole Lot Of New Release Dates, Including New Marvel And Star Wars Movies Through 2023

        Speaking with Total Film, Isaac teased that the final installment in the Skywalker saga, “The Rise of Skywalker” will see the fight between Sith and Jedi come to an end.

        Continue reading Oscar Isaac Compares ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ To A “Chess Match” at The Playlist.
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        Disney+ Adds A Disclaimer For “Outdated Cultural Depictions” In Classic Movies, Still Pretending ‘Song Of The South’ Doesn’t Exists

        We still have a long way to go when it comes to racism and representations in movies and TV shows, but we can at least agree we have made some progress compared to some of the Disney animated classics like “Dumbo,” “Lady and the Tramp” or “The Aristocats.” All of those movies can be seen on the Disney+ streaming service, but they include a disclaimer about the cultural context of certain scenes that can be considered pretty racist by today’s standards.

        Continue reading Disney+ Adds A Disclaimer For “Outdated Cultural Depictions” In Classic Movies, Still Pretending ‘Song Of The South’ Doesn’t Exists at The Playlist.
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        Vojtech Jasny, Award-Winning Czech Filmmaker, Dies at 93

        Czech filmmaker Vojtech Jasny, director of “All My Good Countrymen,” which won the best director prize at Cannes in 1969, has died. He was 93.

        According to the Associated Press, Slovacke divadlo, a theatre he frequently visited, said that Jasny died Friday, and a family representative confirmed his death to the Ctk news agency.

        Jasny was a prolific part of the Czechoslovakian new wave in the ’50s and ’60s, though he left the country following its invasion by the Ussr in 1968. He directed several films while living in other European countries, and eventually relocated to Brooklyn, New York in the ’80s.

        Though it received critical acclaim, “All My Good Countrymen” was banned in Jasny’s home country following the invasion due to its depiction of the brutal effect of Ussr communism on the Czech people.

        Jasny was also presented with the Cannes Special Jury Prize in 1963 for “The Cassandra Cat.”

        In his
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        Small-Screen Stream: The Best Streaming TV Shows About…Murder!

        (Welcome to Small-Screen Stream, a feature where we share the best television shows streaming and where you can watch them.) It’s always a good time to do a murder, right? Wait, no. That’s wrong. I’m sorry. It’s always the perfect time to solve a murder! Nothing to see here. No skeletons or otherwise unburied body parts […]

        The post Small-Screen Stream: The Best Streaming TV Shows About…Murder! appeared first on /Film.
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        Film Review: ‘Noelle’ on Disney Plus

        Film Review: ‘Noelle’ on Disney Plus
        What do you get when you toss together Christmas cheer, Christmas kitsch, a fish-out-of-the-North-Pole setup swiped from “Elf,” and a plot that turns on whether Kris Kringle’s daughter, played as a perky na?f by Anna Kendrick, has what it takes to step into her dad’s snow boots? You get a plastic icicle like “Noelle,”

        Long ago, it was called straight-to-tape. Then it was called straight-to-vod, and now it’s straight to your monthly subscription service. But if the delivery system has changed, the content remains very much the same. When you see a movie like “Noelle,” what the experience comes down to is: It’s something you’re not watching in a theater because most of us wouldn’t watch it in a theater. It wouldn’t be worth the effort. Whatever your idea of a sentimental connect-the-dots Christmas comedy is, this is sub that. At home, however,
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        Mark Ruffalo Speaks Out On Spider-Man Staying In The McU

        One of the sad parts about the McU is that we didn’t get nearly enough scenes between Tom Holland’s Spider-Man and Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk. The characters barely shared the screen despite having a lot in common, depriving audiences of some fun banter. While Ruffalo’s future with Marvel is still unclear, we know that Spider-Man will definitely remain with the rest of the McU for the foreseeable future, and Ruffalo is understandably excited about it.

        Continue reading Mark Ruffalo Speaks Out On Spider-Man Staying In The McU at The Playlist.
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        Don’t Underestimate ‘Joker,’ Which Reaffirms Its Place in the Awards Conversation After Camerimage Win

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        Don’t Underestimate ‘Joker,’ Which Reaffirms Its Place in the Awards Conversation After Camerimage Win
        Despite persistent backlash dating up to and throughout its release, Todd Phillips’ “Joker” isn’t going away anytime soon. It’s almost redundant at this point to rehash the numerous takedowns levied upon the movie. It’s a celebration of violence! It will incite incels! Horrid acts of cruelty are committed against women and other innocent people! No matter, because the movie, having now crossed the $1 billion box-office mark, which is unheard of for an R-rated film, is here to stay.

        Joker” cinematographer Lawrence Sher took the top prize at this weekend’s EnergaCamerimage festival in Torun, Poland, on Saturday. For his gritty lensing of early 1980s New York in a DC origin story that finds Joaquin Phoenix manically turning into the iconic Batman nemesis, Sher won the Golden Frog. This cinematography prize has gone to such films as “The Fortress,” “On Body and Soul,” “Lion,” “Carol,” “Leviathan,” and “Ida,
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        Caitriona Balfe on ‘Ford v Ferrari’ and What to Expect from ‘Outlander’ Season 5

        From director James Mangold, the high-octane drama Ford v Ferrari is inspired by the true-life story of American car designer and automotive visionary Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and his British driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale), who overcame their own personal demons to build a revolutionary race car for Ford that could challenge Ferrari at the most difficult race in all of motorsports, the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966. Their partnership is a testament to how unconventional thinking, inventiveness, determination and will can overcome the odds to achieve something extraordinary. During this 1-on-1 phone interview …
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        ‘Noelle’ Review: Anna Kendrick Does Her Best ‘Elf’ in Sweet but Silly Disney+ Christmas Comedy

        It's hard to make a Christmas classic. Many have tried, few -- especially modern filmmakers -- have succeeded, and even films that generally have their hearts in the right place sometimes miss the mark. That last descriptor fits like a snug little Santa cap on Noelle, the new holiday comedy from writer/director Marc Lawrence (Miss Congeniality) and one of the first original features to launch on the nascent streaming service Disney+, alongside the other marquee movie title, Lady and the Tramp. With a knockout cast and a cute (if flimsy) feel-good message, Noelle is a sweet and well-intended …
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