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Zach Braff Joins Robert De Niro Pic ‘The Comeback Trail’ — Cannes

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Zach Braff Joins Robert De Niro Pic ‘The Comeback Trail’ — Cannes
Exclusive: Zach Braff is joining Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee Jones and Morgan Freeman in writer-director George Gallo’s action-comedy The Comeback Trail.

De Niro will play Max Barber, a man in debt to a mob boss (played by Freeman), who creates an insurance fraud by casting washed-up, suicidal cowboy/movie star Duke Montana (Jones) in a poorly written Western with the intention of killing him during the first days of filming. Duke somehow rises to the occasion, redeems his past misdeeds and brings Max and others along on the same journey.

Braff will play Max’s producing partner. The film will reunite him with Freeman whom he directed in the 2017 Warner Brothers feature Going In Style.

Josh Posner co-wrote the film’s screenplay, which is based on the 1970s film of the same name, written, directed and produced by the late Harry Hurwitz. Lensing is due to begin in June in New Mexico.
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Emmys 2019 exclusive: Category submissions for A&E, History Channel and Lifetime

In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for A&E, History Channel and Lifetime. For this season, the A&E networks have returning dramas “Knightfall” and “Vikings” plus newcomer “Project Blue Book,” past Emmy favorites “Born This Way,” “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” and “Project Runway” plus TV movies starring Rob Lowe, Christina Ricci and Maurice Benard as part of their 2019 campaign.

Below, the list of lead, supporting and guest stars for their dramas and TV movies, plus reality, documentary and informational programs. Also note that performers not included on this list may well be submitted by their personal reps.

See Watch dozens of our fun video interviews with 2019 Emmy contenders

“Biography: Chris Farley – Anything For A Laugh” (A&E)

Informational Series or Special

“Biography: Chris Rock’S Bring The Pain” (A&E)

Informational Series or Special

“Biography: Freaks
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Watch Moby Detail Allegedly Rubbing His Penis on Donald Trump

Watch Moby Detail Allegedly Rubbing His Penis on Donald Trump
Moby claims that he once rubbed his penis on Donald Trump at a party before he became president, and in an appearance on Real Time With Bill Maher Friday, the Play artist spoke about the alleged incident, which he revealed in his new memoir Then It Fell Apart.

“There was one night, it was about 2001, and I was out at a party and I was very drunk,” Moby told the host, saying he’s been sober for 10 years. “I was with some friends and they were telling me about a
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Look Back at the Biggest Stars of the 1999 Met Gala

Look Back at the Biggest Stars of the 1999 Met Gala
At the 1999 Met Gala, the stars were partying like it was...1999. Guests included actress now considered '90s icons, such as Jennifer Love HewittChristina Ricci and Minnie Driver. Pop legend Whitney Houston, who died in 2012, attended the Met Gala with then-husband Bobby Brown. Jennifer Lopez arrived with then-boyfriend Sean "Diddy" Combs. Jerry Seinfeld brought along wife Jessica Seinfeld, two weeks before their wedding. The 1999 Met Gala celebrated the launch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute's "Rock Style" exhibition. There, guests Liv Tyler and designer Stella McCartney proved they are indeed rock...
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Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron Transform Into ‘The Addams Family’ in New Trailer

The new trailer for MGM’s The Addams Family has arrived. The latest incarnation of the creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky family sees them transformed into animated characters in a gloomy CGI world.

Oscar Isaac and Charlize Theron star as Gomez and Morticia Addams, and the rest of the cast is stuffed with celebrity voices as well. Chloë Grace Moretz plays living doll (and personal hero) Wednesday Addams; Finn Wolfhard voices her brother Pugsley; Nick Kroll as Uncle Fester; Bette Midler as Grandmama; and Allison Janney as a new character,
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‘The Addams Family’ First Trailer: Oscar Isaac and Charlize Theron Deliver Ghoulish Fun

Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, Pugsley, Uncle Fester, and Grandmama are back and ready for the big screen once again in the first trailer for MGM’s “The Addams Family.” The computer-animated movie, based on the famous comic strip by cartoonist Charles Addams, comes from “Sausage Party” directors Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan and features an all-star voice cast that includes Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Chloe Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard, Nick Kroll, Allison Janney, Bette Midler, and “Eighth Grade” favorite Elsie Fisher.

The Addams Family” follows America’s most macabre family as they figure out a way to evade a greedy television host who is hellbent on turning their lives into a reality television series. The host shows up in the midst of the family’s preparations for a huge celebration with extended relatives. Isaac is voicing Gomez, while Theron is taking on the role of Morticia.

The upcoming animated movie will
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All 19 Tim Burton Movies Ranked, From Worst to Best (Photos)

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All 19 Tim Burton Movies Ranked, From Worst to Best (Photos)
How does Tim Burton‘s “Dumbo” stack up with the offbeat auteur’s other films, like “Batman” and “Edward Scissorhands”?

Ed Wood

Writers Larry Karaszewski and Scott Alexander have established themselves as the masters of telling the story of America through the eyes of its oddballs, and their sensibility blended perfectly with Burton’s, who clearly saw a lot of himself in this story of a singular, devoted artist with a love of old monster movies and a drive to tell his stories. It’s one of the greatest movies about Hollywood, about risk, about determination, about art, ever made.

Pee-wee’s Big Adventure

One of the great picaresque road movies in cinema history, this tale of Pee-wee Herman (Paul Reubens) and his quest to recover his stolen bike marked Burton’s feature debut, yet it established so much of what he would do best in film, from spotlighting an
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I. Marlene King Inks Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox TV, Leaving Longtime Wbtv Home

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After a decade at Warner Bros. TV, I. Marlene King, the creative force behind Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars franchise, is moving to 20th Century Fox Television with a multi-year overall deal.

The pact comes less then a week after the official close of the Disney-Fox deal, which made 20th TV and Freeform corporate siblings in a new TV group overseen by Dana Walden.

Under the overall deal, King will develop, write, produce and direct projects for network, cable and streaming platforms through her production company, Long Lake Media. Joining King at 20th TV will be Long Lake Media’s Evp of Development Lauren Wagner.

At 20th TV, King will work with President of Creative Affairs Jonnie Davis and Evp of Development, Comedy and Drama, Terence Carter.

“Terence and I were obsessed with bringing Marlene to 20th because she’s such a special talent– her voice is so
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Looking Back at the 5 Most Iconic Horror Films of 1999

Twenty years on, E.J. Moreno looks at the five most iconic horror films of 1999…

The horror genre twenty years ago is a much different beast than it is now. Not regarding quality, as there are good and bad films in any year, but the way the studios handle the genre and how viewers digest the movies. Two of the films featured in this article are in the top grossing films of 1999, where not a single horror film made it into the top ten highest grossing of 2018. Even with numbers like that, horror was in a rough spot with audiences; this is post-Scream where slashers are over, and the genre is barely pumping out original pieces. Now you have arthouse horrors like Suspiria or Hereditary, a new Blumhouse film or three, and the next James Wan ghost film. There’s something fresh for everyone, but sadly 1999 didn’t have a vast selection of offerings.
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Stars Rock 27th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party

The 27th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party hosted by Sir Elton John and David Furnish raised over $6.3 million for the global effort to end AIDS.

Elton John and Taron Egerton perform onstage during the 27th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party

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The gala, which took place on Sunday, February 24, at West Hollywood Park in Los Angeles, was generously supported by Presenting Sponsors IMDb and Neuro Drinks.

The Foundation welcomed Sir Elton John and David Furnish, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Mädchen Amick, Patricia Arquette, Alina Baikova, Jamie Bell, Thora Birch, Chad Buchanan, Candace Bushnell, Charlie Carver, Kristin Chenoweth, Erika Christensen, Chris Colfer, Chace Crawford, Terry Crews, Kaitlyn Dever, Taron Egerton, Dexter Fletcher, Peter Fonda, Isabeli Fontana, Georgia Fowler, Bryan Fuller, Toni Garrn, Willie Garson, Jeff Gum, Tiffany Haddish, Harry Hamlin, Marcia Gay Harden, Colton Haynes, Paris Hilton, Emile Hirsch,
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Aubrey Plaza Takes on Host-Less Oscars During Independent Spirit Awards Monologue

Aubrey Plaza Takes on Host-Less Oscars During Independent Spirit Awards Monologue
Aubrey Plaza hosted this year's Independent Spirit Awards and had the Academy Awards in the crosshairs during her monologue. The 91st annual Oscars are being held this evening, but there is not a host after the Kevin Hart controversy that was sparked late last year and then spilled into this year. The Academy has chosen to go without a host and many are skeptical as to how it will go. There have also been rumors that a secret guest may actually be hosting, but that has yet to be confirmed.

One of the more obvious ways to poke fun at The Academy Awards is for its lack of host. But she didn't stop there as she made more references to the annual event throughout the night, including the fact that the Oscars often nominates the same movies for Best Picture that the Spirit Awards does for Best Feature. However, Aubrey
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Indie Spirits: Even Without a Best Director Win, This Year’s Show Was Still About Female Creative Power

Indie Spirits: Even Without a Best Director Win, This Year’s Show Was Still About Female Creative Power
The tone of this year’s Film Independent Spirit Awards was set early, when host Aubrey Plaza kicked off the annual awards ceremony with a girl-powered pre-taped show opener, which featured Hollywood heavyweights like Marcia Gay Harden, Rosanna Arquette, Christina Ricci, Sharon Stone, and Marisa Tomei playing at summoning indie film-fueled power in literal witch garb. Putting the focus on women and their impact on the industry isn’t exactly groundbreaking these days, but the Spirits weren’t just going for cheap gags in service of a laugh or two.

Unlike other awards season to-do’s, the Spirits nominated plenty of women, including in the Best Director category, a space that still doesn’t typically find room to recognize the work of creators who happen to be female. Plaza’s opening monologue pointed out that 60 percent of the ceremony’s nominated directors were women, and though she admitted that really
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Aubrey Plaza’s Spirit Awards Monologue Puts the Oscars, Netflix, and Bryan Singer on Blast

Aubrey Plaza’s Spirit Awards Monologue Puts the Oscars, Netflix, and Bryan Singer on Blast
In a year when the Academy Awards will air without a host for the first time in decades, the 2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards proved in its opening moments why having a host can be so essential to the awards show experience. And it was all thanks to Aubrey Plaza. Picking up the gig from previous Spirit Awards hosts John Mulaney and Nick Kroll, Plaza knocked it out of the park with her opening.

A pre-taped segment kicked off the ceremony, featuring Plaza opposite actresses such as Christina Ricci, Marisa Tomei, Marcia Gay Harden, and more. The women were conducting a blood oath to help Plaza become this year’s Spirit Awards host. Sharon Stone popped up to present the virgin sacrifice: “Stranger Things” star Finn Wolfhard.

“We shall reject commercial cinema and pledge our lives to the pursuit of dangerous art!” Plaza shouted. “Speak to me Altman, Ashby, Antonioni! Bring
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Richard Dreyfuss, Gina Carano kidnap Efm thriller 'Daughter Of The Wolf' hot seller for Vmi Worldwide (exclusive)

Australia, Spain, South Korea, China amng buyers.

Los Angeles-based Vmi Worldwide has scored a number of key territories on Minds Eye Entertainment’s Efm kidnap thriller Daughter Of The Wolf starring Richard Dreyfuss and Gina Carano.

Rights have gone in Australia and New Zealand (Eagle Entertainment), Spain (Mediaset), Italy (Funwood), South Korea (Double & Joy), Middle East (Phoenicia), China (Times Vision), Greece (Spentzos), and Asia pay-tv (Fox).

David Hackl (Saw V) directed the feature, the third collaboration between Canadian producer Minds Eye Entertainment and Qme Entertainment, about Clair (Galano) a former military specialist whose son is kidnapped by a gang
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Berlin: Tiberius Picks Up 'Mrs Mills,' 'Distorted' for Germany

Berlin: Tiberius Picks Up 'Mrs Mills,' 'Distorted' for Germany
As Berlin's European Film Market kicks off, German indie distributor Tiberius Film has picked up a trio of films, taking German rights for French comedy Mrs. Mills; the genre thriller Distorted, starring Christina Ricci and John Cusack; and the low-budget cowboy horror-thriller Lasso.

Sophie Marceau directed and stars in Mrs. Mills as a workaholic publisher of corny romance novels whose ordered life is thrown a curve when a new neighbor moves in who is a cross-dressing crook disguised as an eccentric American woman (played by French actor Pierre Richard).

In Rob W. King's Distorted, Ricci and Cusack play a married couple who move ...
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‘Distorted’ VOD Review

Stars: Christina Ricci, John Cusack, Brendan Fletcher, Vicellous Shannon, Nicole Anthony, Oliver Rice, Gigi Jackman, Benjamin DeWalt, Maja Milkovich, Scott Olynek, Angela Quinn, Sophia Daly | Written by Arne Olsen | Directed by Rob King

The premise here is modern, Safe (they emphasise that a lot in the sales material and then throughout the film) out of town (that is important) apartment that is able to lock out the horrors of the outside world but in doing so traps the horrors within.

When we see the apartment for the first time we get a long, lingering drive shot of what looks like one of those tacky doctored photos you see showing what the new block of flats is going to look like in the latest City gentrification project. They always seem to feature attractive ladies laughing and drinking white wine. If you are looking to build suspense and horror there are probably
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The Five Best Christina Ricci Movies of Her Career

Christina Ricci has always been a little bit ambitious but even she admits there have been times when it’s caused her to do things that might have been ill-advised when it came to getting ahead. For a good portion of her career however it’s been seen that she can get by on talent and skill alone since she is one of the better actresses out there when she’s given a chance to show as much in a movie that’s bound to get good reviews. She’s played alongside some of the best actors in the business and has held her own

The Five Best Christina Ricci Movies of Her Career
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Christina Ricci, Hollywood Contrarian, Doesn’t Care What You Think Of Her

Christina Ricci, Hollywood Contrarian, Doesn’t Care What You Think Of Her
Christina Ricci knows people judge her. She grew up in the public eye as the Goth girl, the alternative chick, the youthful indie darling. For her, those tacit critiques just provide the excuse to execute another hard turn.

“I’m a natural contrarian. So anytime someone tries to tell me what I am, I immediately change and I’m something else,” she said. “I can’t help it; I’m a total asshole in that respect. I never give people that. Sometimes it’s terrible and I should really just allow people to view me the way they want to, but I have a real desire and drive to define myself and to not be defined by others.”

As a child star, she was best known for her role as the malevolent Wednesday Addams in “The Addams Family.” In her teen years, she demonstrated a fondness for outrageous comments about
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UK release details for Distorted starring Christina Ricci and John Cusack

The Movie Partnership has announced that the psychological thriller Distorted starring Christina Ricci (Sleepy Hollow) and John Cusack (Con Air) is set for a UK release this February. Check out the poster, trailer and synopsis here…

Lauren (Christina Ricci) and her husband Russell (Brendan Fletcher) move into The Pinnacle, a luxury high-rise boasting the latest design features and integrated security systems. While the couple settles into their new high-tech home, Lauren experiences a devastating delusional episode which she blames as a symptom of her bipolar disorder. It is not until Lauren is exposed to Vernon (John Cusack) an investigative journalist with an interest in cyber conspiracies, that she begins to suspect The Pinnacle may be using state-of-the-art control systems to subliminally brainwash its residents. Pitted against her friends, her psychologist and her husband, Lauren sets out on a dangerous fight to uncover the truth.

Distorted is set for release on Digital Download on February 4th.
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The Cinematographer Is In: Jordan Mintzer's "Conversations with Darius Khondji"

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Delicatessen (1991)Growing up in the mid-to-late nineties, the pan-and-scan generation, I can remember the first time I saw a movie that was shot by Darius Khondji. Se7en, the cinematographer’s first American film and best-known work, looked scarier that any movie I’d seen other than The Shining; it was miasmic and biblically unclean, with deep shadows that seeped and stuck like gunk, rain pelting from a pre-apocalyptic sky. Then came The City of Lost Children, a dark storybook fantasy of Gilliam-esque camera angles, about a squalid port town lost in fog and a mad scientist’s lair built on piles out in a sludge-green sea. That one I watched maybe twenty times, always with sympathy for the disembodied brain Uncle Irvin and for Krank, the child-snatching villain who cannot dream.Later there was Alien: Resurrection, the video for Madonna’s “Frozen,” and The Ninth Gate, another movie I had
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