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February 18, 2018   Jules   Gallery Additions Be first to comment

Screencaps from the following added to the Gallery / Icons added to the Media section

* Wild at Heart
* We Don’t Live Here Anymore
* Year of the Dog

February 17, 2018   Jules   ‘Big Little Lies’ Be first to comment

Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern and Zoë Kravitz have closed their deals to return for the second installment of HBO’s Emmy-winning limited series Big Little Lies, all three reprising their roles from Season 1. They’ll be reuniting with Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, who were previously confirmed to return, along with new cast member Meryl Streep. Read More here

January 28, 2018   Jules   ‘The Tale’ Be first to comment

Sundance really likes to push the idea that it’s a “community”—a network of artists converging on the same Utah ski town every January to support each other’s work, exchange positive reinforcement, and just bask in the glow of general movie appreciation. It’s not total bullshit; one reason this writer loves coming to the festival every year is that it does foster a certain sense of we’re-in-this-together unity, even if the only commonality shared by filmmakers, audiences, and critics in attendance is freezing our mutual asses off waiting on a shuttle to Main Street. But Sundance is also a competitive film festival, in more ways than one. Studios are competing for acquisitions. Journalists are competing for scoops. Everyone is competing for seats at that sold-out screening of that Next Big Thing. Oh, and the movies are competing against each other, too: The best of several programs are decided upon by juries and general attendees, the latter voting via paper ballots they stuff into boxes while exiting each venue. Read More here

January 28, 2018   Jules   ‘The Tale’ Be first to comment

One of the biggest movies at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, “The Tale,” has sold to HBO Films, Variety has learned. The movie will premiere on the cable network, making it eligible for the Emmys. In “The Tale,” Laura Dern stars as a professor and documentary filmmaker who is a survivor of sexual abuse, as she recalls what happened to her when she was 13. “The Tale” is based on writer-director Jennifer Fox’s own life, and it quickly became one of the most talked about and timely films to screen at Sundance, against the backdrop of the #MeToo movement. Read More here