Beleaguered Harvey Weinstein Likely to Fall From Awards Season Throne

Beleaguered Harvey Weinstein Likely to Fall From Awards Season Throne As storm clouds gather around movie mogul Harvey Weinstein in the wake of an explosive New York Times report with allegations of sexual harassment and other misbehavior, his company’s Oscar season ...

Toronto: 'The Upside,' Starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart, Could Be Golden Globes Contender

Toronto: 'The Upside,' Starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart, Could Be Golden Globes Contender Six years after The Intouchables, a French buddy comedy based on a true story, broke out and became a hit around the world, The Weinstein Co. unveiled its American remake at the Toronto International ...

Gotham Awards to Honor Nicole Kidman, Cinematographer Ed Lachman

Gotham Awards to Honor Nicole Kidman, Cinematographer Ed Lachman Nicole Kidman and cinematographer Edward Lachman have joined the roster of industry figures to be honored with tributes at the 2017 Gotham Awards, Independent Filmmaker Project’s annual ceremony ...

'The Upside': Film Review | Tiff 2017

There’s an upside and a downside to The Weinstein Company’s remake of the Gallic smash comedy The Intouchables, which, following its release in 2011, went on to become one of the most profitable ...

Weinstein Says Bryan Cranston/Kevin Hart Comedy ‘The Upside’ Will Definitely Qualify For Oscars — Toronto

Weinstein Says Bryan Cranston/Kevin Hart Comedy ‘The Upside’ Will Definitely Qualify For Oscars — Toronto Harvey Weinstein was back in Oscar season fighting form last night after the rousing World Premiere of The Upside, Neil Burger’s English-language remake of the French smash hit The Intouchables. Bryan ...

Toronto Film Review: ‘The Upside’

Toronto Film Review: ‘The Upside’ Five years after the French comedy-drama “The Intouchables” became an international sensation, including a healthy $13 million theatrical return and the remake rights for the Weinstein Company, the ...

Livestream: Nicole Kidman, Bryan Cranston Bring ‘The Upside’ To Tiff

“The Upside” will have its world premiere on Friday at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film is an American comedy drama based on a true story, directed by Neil Burger. The remake of “The ...

Bryan Cranston Enters Oscar Race with New York Film Festival Opener ‘Last Flag Flying’

Bryan Cranston Enters Oscar Race with New York Film Festival Opener ‘Last Flag Flying’ Bryan Cranston’s post-“Breaking Bad” career has taken him from Lbj on Broadway and television (“All the Way”) to James Franco movies (“In Dubious Battle,” “Why Him?,” “The Disaster Artist”) to indie ...

Bryan Cranston Enters Oscar Race with New York Film Festival Opener ‘Last Flag Flying’

Bryan Cranston Enters Oscar Race with New York Film Festival Opener ‘Last Flag Flying’ Bryan Cranston’s post-“Breaking Bad” career has taken him from Lbj on Broadway and television (“All the Way”) to James Franco movies (“In Dubious Battle,” “Why Him?,” “The Disaster Artist”) to indie ...

Tiff 2017. Lineup

ThelmaA selection of films from the 2017 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival has been unveiled, with new films by Sebastián Lelio, Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Darren Aronofsky, Greta Gerwig, ...

Starz May Resurrect ‘Divergent’ Franchise with ‘Ascendant’ TV Series

The Divergent movie franchise may get its conclusion after all. Lionsgate and Summit’s adaptation of the Ya book trilogy by Veronica Roth was envisioned as the next Hunger Games when it kicked off in ...

Bryan Cranston-Kevin Hart’s ‘Intouchables’ Remake Titled ‘The Upside’

Bryan Cranston-Kevin Hart’s ‘Intouchables’ Remake Titled ‘The Upside’ The Weinstein Company has chosen “The Upside” as the title for its remake of “The Intouchables,” starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart. Nicole Kidman also stars along with Julianna Margulies and Aja ...

Kevin Hart, Bryan Cranston 'Intouchables' Remake Gets a Title

Kevin Hart, Bryan Cranston 'Intouchables' Remake Gets a Title The Weinstein Co's English-language remake of French film The Intouchables has gotten a new title. The Upside stars Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart as a millionaire quadriplegic and his caretaker. The ...

Match Factory picks up Anup Singh's 'The Song Of Scorpions'

Match Factory picks up Anup Singh's 'The Song Of Scorpions' Exclusive: Rajasthan-set drama will receive its world premiere at the upcoming Locarno film festival. The Match Factory has picked up international rights to Anup Singh’s third film, The Song Of ...

Toronto ‘17: Galas and Special Presentations

Toronto ‘17: Galas and Special Presentations Of the 14 Galas and 33 Special Presentations, this first announcement includes 25 World Premieres, eight International Premieres, six North American Premieres, and eight Canadian Premieres, including ...

Angelina Jolie, George Clooney and More! See the Stars Heading to Toronto Film Festival

Angelina Jolie, George Clooney and More! See the Stars Heading to Toronto Film Festival This year’s Toronto International Film Festival features one star-studded lineup! On Tuesday, the prestigious festival unveiled its first slate of films for this year’s September 7 to 17 event, ...

Toronto Film Festival lineup includes “Downsizing”, “mother!”, and “Suburbicon”

Earlier today, the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival unveiled its lineup, bringing to the forefront a number of potential Academy Award contenders for this year. Toronto often launches a fair ...

Tiff 2017: 'Kings', 'Stronger', 'mother!' among line-up

Tiff 2017: 'Kings', 'Stronger', 'mother!' among line-up Update: Tiff unveils Galas, Special Presentations selections. Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s Mustang follow-up Kings (above), David Gordon Green’s Boston Marathon drama Stronger starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Joe ...

Tiff 2017: 'Darkest Hour', 'Kings', 'mother!' among line-up

Tiff 2017: 'Darkest Hour', 'Kings', 'mother!' among line-up Update: Tiff unveils Galas, Special Presentations selections. Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour (above) starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s Mustang follow-up Kings, and Darren ...

Tiff 2017 Lineup Includes ‘The Shape of Water,’ ‘mother!,’ ‘Downsizing,’ and More

Even though Toronto International Film Festival have reduced their lineup by around 20% when compared to past years, there’s no shortage of high-profile premieres and potential discoveries. Ahead of ...

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