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Rachel Weisz, Anthony Hopkins Film '360' Goes to Magnolia

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Rachel Weisz, Anthony Hopkins Film '360' Goes to Magnolia
Magnolia Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to "360," a drama starring Rachel Weisz, Anthony Hopkins and Jude Law, the company announced Monday. Ben Foster, Jamel Debbouze and Moritz Bleibtreu also star. Law plays a businessman who is thinking about a liaison with a prostitute. Weisz plays a married woman who is ending her relationship with a younger man. Hopkins plays a man who is searching for his missing daughter, and Foster plays a sex offender recently out of prison. Also read: Rachel Weisz to Reunite With Fernando Meirelles for '360' The movie is based
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Meirelles' 360 To Open London Film Festival, What Will Close?

Meirelles' 360 To Open London Film Festival, What Will Close?
Fernando Meirelles360 will be the opening night film at the 55th BFI London Film Festival, which will be the last under the stewardship of artistic director Sandra Hebron. Meirelles has history with the Lff – The Constant Gardener opened the festival in 2005 – although many Brit pundits had been expecting Hebron to unveil a world premiere to crown her final year. But that’s never been a major motivation for the Lff’s extremely popular head when it comes to programming Europe’s largest non-competitive film festival. Although the 2009 festival opened with a splashy world premiere for The Fantastic Mr. Fox, last year’s Lff debutante was Never Let Me Go, which bowed first in Toronto. The same will go for 360. The deciding factor was ...
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Jude Law Joins The Cast Of Fernando Meirelles' Relationship Drama '360'

Jude Law Joins The Cast Of Fernando Meirelles' Relationship Drama '360'
Film To Be Shot In Seven Different Languages "City Of God" director Fernando Meirelles has gradually been building the cast for his Peter Morgan-scripted relationship drama "360" over the last couple of months but it looks like things are set to finally kick into gear very soon. According to the website of Meirelles partnered production shingle o2 Films, and confirmed to The Playlist by reps for the actor, British thesp Jude Law has become the latest addition to the project's cast, joining the newly placed Jarnel Debouze, Karl Markovic, Maria Flor and Juliano Cazarre--all of whom join the previously announced…
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Ben Foster Joins Fernando Meirelles' '360'

Ben Foster Joins Fernando Meirelles' '360'
Exclusive: Ben Foster is negotiating to join Rachel Weisz and Anthony Hopkins in 360, the Peter Morgan-scripted drama that will be directed by Fernando Meirelles. The indie drama has been building steam since last year when Weisz agreed to re-team with Meirelles after he directed to a Best Supporting Actress Oscar in The Constant Gardener. Hopkins joined shortly after. 360 is a series of intersecting storylines that deal with love and infidelity.  The film is inspired by Arthur Schnitzler's Reigen, the play most famously turned into the 1950s film La Ronde. Andrew Eaton is producing, and David Linde is exec producer. Linde and Eaton worked with UTA to square funding through a combination of sources including Austrian financiers and BBC Films. There is no distributor yet. Foster most recently starred with Jason Statham in the CBS Films remake The Mechanic, reprising the protege role that Jan-Michael Vincent played in the 1972 Charles Bronson thriller.
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Fernando Meirelles And Peter Morgan Take '360' Turn Together

Exclusive: Here's some news that ought to cheer up fans of mature movies who feel neglected in the escapist summer season. Director Fernando Meirelles just made a deal to direct 360, a Peter Morgan-scripted drama that will be co-financed by Orf Fernsehfilm and BBC Films. The film’s producer roster is still coming together, but former Universal co-chairman David Linde is aboard as executive producer. 360 examines sexual morals within and between social classes, using various pairs of characters who have sexual encounters in and outside of their social classes. Morgan’s inspiration is Reigen, the play by Austrian author/playwright Arthur Schnitzler. Originally [...]
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