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‘Mickey And The Bear’ Star Camila Morrone Joins Amazon Series ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’

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‘Mickey And The Bear’ Star Camila Morrone Joins Amazon Series ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’
Exclusive: Camila Morrone (Mickey and the Bear) is set as a lead alongside Riley Keough in the upcoming Amazon original series Daisy Jones & The Six, based on the best-selling novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid, and executive produced by Reese Witherspoon.

Daisy Jones & The Six is a musical drama detailing the spectacular rise and precipitous fall of a renowned (fictional) rock band in the 1970s.

Born into privilege but ignored by her selfish parents, Daisy Jones (Keough) is a spirited and enigmatic singer-songwriter who comes of age and rises to rock superstardom against the backdrop of the 1970s L.A. music scene.

Morrone will play Camila, girlfriend of lead singer Billy Dunne and the band’s center of gravity. She follows the love of her life in his pursuit of rock stardom only to discover her own potential along the way.

Daisy Jones & The Six is executive produced by Reese
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Mickey and the Bear | Review

A Bear to Care: Attanasio Scores Modest, Sincere Debut

Although lacking in originality and narrative energy, director Annabelle Attanasio more often than not makes up for such slights with authentic strides and nuanced performances in her debut Mickey and the Bear, which showcases relative newcomer Camila Morrone as a talent to watch for.

Set in small town Anaconda, Montana, a climate as constricting as the family of reptiles it evokes, creates the landscape for the titular motherless teen who, on the verge of graduating from high school must contend with leaving behind her Ptsd suffering, pill-popping dad (James Badge Dale) in a relationship where she’s assumed the role of guardian.…
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Charles Bronson Doppleganger Robert Bronzi Talks Once Upon a Time in Deadwood [Exclusive]

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Now available on digital, and available November 19 on DVD, Rene Perez's Once Upon A Time in Deadwood concerns a notorious gunslinger who is slipped a slow-acting poison by an heiress and told he has three days to track down and rescue her sister, who has been kidnapped by a band of hoodlums and holds the antidote. We speak to the film's star, Charles..er, Robert Bronzi.

Now, first things first, you aren't actually Charles Bronson reincarnated, are you?

I have to say no, I'm not his reincarnation. I'm his double. I was born with this face, with this body and with this talent. I have used my appearance to my advantage throughout my career as a stuntman and actor. I'm grateful for the resemblance to Bronson and I'm very proud to be his double. Charles Bronson always was and will always be my favorite actor.

When was the first
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‘Mosquito Coast’: Kimberly Elise Joins Apple Series

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‘Mosquito Coast’: Kimberly Elise Joins Apple Series
Exclusive: Kimberly Elise (Death Wish) has joined the cast of Mosquito Coast, Apple’s series starring Justin Theroux. The drama from Luther creator Neil Cross and director Rupert Wyatt is based on the 1981 novel The Mosquito Coast by Justin’s uncle, Paul Theroux.

Mosquito Coast stars Theroux as Allie, an idealist who uproots his family to Latin America. Elise will play Jones, a mysterious government agent tracking Allie and his family. She also joins previously cast Melissa George, Gabriel Bateman and Logan Polish.

The first episode of Apple’s adaptation is written by Cross and Tom Bissell, with Cross writing and showrunning the series. Wyatt will executive produce and direct the first episode, as well as several more throughout the season.

Fremantle is the studio, producing with Veritas Entertainment Group, whose Alan Gasmer, Peter Jaysen and Bob Bookman also executive produce, along with Ed McDonnell.

Elise, who recently recurred on Fox’s Star,
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Howl at the Moon – Fang is Here!

The award winning horror thriller Fang, starring Melantha Blackthorne (Death Wish), Gregory Blair (Garden Party Massacre), Melodie Roehrig (The First Purge), Jennie Russo (Night of Something Strange) and Jason John Beebe (Sharknado 2: The Second One) has released a 50% off promo code just in time for Halloween! This offer expires Halloween night, so act …

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Sliff 2019 Review – The Ghost Who Walks

The Ghost Who Walks will screen at The Tivoli Theater (6350 Delmar) Friday, Nov 15 at 9:30pmas part of this year’s St. Louis International Film Festival.Writer and Director Cody Stokes and producer Dan Gartner will be in attendance and will host a post-screening Q&a. Ticket information can be found Here

Shot in St. Louis by former St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase award-winner Cody Stokes, The Ghost Who Walks is a breathlessly paced ride through the hidden underbelly of the city. After five years in prison, Nolan (Garland Scott) is given his freedom, but his release required that he rat on his former boss — a betrayal that carries a death sentence. Nolan must now scramble to find his ex, Lena (Alexia Rasmussen), and the 5-year-old daughter he’s never met before Donnie (Gil Darnell) can track him down and kill him. Nolan’s quest is simple: Put his family back together and escape.
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Exclusive Photo: ‘The World According to Jeff Goldblum’

Chicago – To paraphrase what used to be said of Frank Sinatra, “It’s Jeff Goldblum’s world, we only live in it.” The wacky, quirky veteran actor is experiencing a major career renaissance, which includes “The World According to Jeff Goldblum” on the new streaming service, Disney+, available beginning on the first day of its launch, November 12th, 2019.

Through the prism of Jeff Goldblum’s always inquisitive and highly entertaining mind, nothing is as it seems for his world in the series. Each episode is centered around something we all love — like sneakers or ice cream — as Jeff pulls the thread on these deceptively familiar objects and unravels a wonderful world of astonishing connections, fascinating science and history, amazing people, and a whole lot of surprising big ideas and insights.

Jeff Goldblum in Chicago at Wizard World Comic Con, August of 2019

Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.
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Why ‘Joker’ Is About All of Us (Column)

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Why ‘Joker’ Is About All of Us (Column)
Take a look at the photo above. It’s the most poetic image to have emerged from Todd Phillips’ “Joker,” and the reason I say “poetic” isn’t just because the shot has that caught-in-action indelible vibe of a quintessential movie poster: graphic, hauntingly composed, a bit shocking. It’s poetic because of what it means.

Arthur Fleck, wearing his full-on Joker regalia for the first time, turns his face toward the sky as if smiling at a higher power. It’s a moment of worship; his posture and gaze are ecstatic. But it’s also as pure an image of a madman as Leatherface twirling his chainsaw in the dawn light at the end of “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.” Arthur is one sick puppy, a geek who uses fake laughter and fake smiles to conceal his unfathomable despair. But now, at this righteous moment, a current is running through him,
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The Next Jennifer Lawrence Is Camila Morrone, but There’s Little Room for Big Breaks

The Next Jennifer Lawrence Is Camila Morrone, but There’s Little Room for Big Breaks
Annabelle Attanasio’s impressive debut, “Mickey and the Bear,” premiered at SXSW, but over Columbus Day weekend it returned to the Hamptons Film Festival, which developed the project at its screenwriting lab. At one point, star Camillia Morrone jokingly pitched herself to “The Farewell” director Lulu Wang, a fellow member of the Winick Talks: Breakthrough Artists panel. “My schedule is open,” Morrone said.

Not for long.

Watching Morrone’s performance as a small-town Montana teenager working overtime to support her opioid-addicted vet father (James Badge Dale) reminded me of that “star is born” moment at the Sundance Film Festival when I first saw Sam Rockwell in “Box of Moonlight,” Tilda Swinton in “Orlando,” Ashley Judd in “Ruby in Paradise,” Kerry Washington in “Lift,” and Jennifer Lawrence in “Winter’s Bone.”

This is what film festivals do. Of course, they help push awards contenders up the hill every fall; since 2010, Hamptons
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The Next Jennifer Lawrence Is Camila Morrone, but There’s Little Room for Big Breaks

The Next Jennifer Lawrence Is Camila Morrone, but There’s Little Room for Big Breaks
Annabelle Attanasio’s impressive debut, “Mickey and the Bear,” premiered at SXSW, but over Columbus Day weekend it returned to the Hamptons Film Festival, which developed the project at its screenwriting lab. At one point, star Camillia Morrone jokingly pitched herself to “The Farewell” director Lulu Wang, a fellow member of the Winick Talks: Breakthrough Artists panel. “My schedule is open,” Morrone said.

Not for long.

Watching Morrone’s performance as a small-town Montana teenager working overtime to support her opioid-addicted vet father (James Badge Dale) reminded me of that “star is born” moment at the Sundance Film Festival when I first saw Sam Rockwell in “Box of Moonlight,” Tilda Swinton in “Orlando,” Ashley Judd in “Ruby in Paradise,” Kerry Washington in “Lift,” and Jennifer Lawrence in “Winter’s Bone.”

This is what film festivals do. Of course, they help push awards contenders up the hill every fall; since 2010, Hamptons
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Fight Club at 20: the prescience and power of David Fincher's drama

The 1999 adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk’s anarchist novel was misunderstood by some as an agent of chaos but it remains an eerily forward-facing film

When David Fincher’s Fight Club was released 20 years ago, it was a crystal ball that was mistaken for a cultural crisis, much like Do the Right Thing had been a decade earlier and perhaps Joker is now. Film-makers who were trying to identify a violence nesting in the culture were accused of trying to incite it – or at least clumsily juggling lit sticks of dynamite. No less an authority than Roger Ebert opened his review of Fincher’s film by calling it “the most frankly and cheerfully fascist big-star movie since Death Wish”, echoing widespread concern that impressionable men would lock into the empowering brutality of Tyler Durden and the army that gathers around him. Viewed from a certain angle, it looked like a recruitment film.
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‘Mickey and the Bear’ Trailer: A Star Is Born in Camila Morrone With Gritty Drama Set Amid Opioid Country

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Utopia has dropped the first trailer for director/writer Annabelle Attanasio’s “Mickey and the Bear.” Attanasio is an actress turned filmmaker known from the small screen for her roles on “Bull” and “The Knick.” “Mickey and the Bear” marks her first feature as director, and it stars up-and-comer Camila Morrone, previously seen in the films “Death Wish” and “Never Goin’ Back.”

Set in the rural back country of Anaconda, Montana, Morrone is headstrong teenager Mickey, who’s trying to keep her single veteran father (James Badge Dale) afloat despite his opioid addiction and grief over the death of his wife. Mickey, however, harbors her own dreams of heading to the west coast and going to college, and she must put everything on the line in pursuit of her own independence.

Mickey and the Bear” originally premiered at the 2019 South by Southwest Film Festival, and it also stars Calvin Demba
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Camila Morrone & James Badge Dale Trailer for 'Mickey and the Bear'

"I'm not going anywhere..." Utopia has debuted the first official trailer for a small town indie drama called Mickey and the Bear, marking the feature directorial debut of actress Annabelle Attanasio. This first premiered at the SXSW Film Festival this year, and has also stopped by Iffb, and the Seattle, Montclair, Deauville, and Hamptons Film Festivals. Faced with the responsibility to take care of her opioid addicted, veteran father, headstrong independent teen Mickey Peck keeps her household afloat. Camila Morrone plays Mickey, with a cast including James Badge Dale as her father, Calvin Demba, Ben Rosenfield, and Rebecca Henderson. This will definitely be a career-defining role for Morrone, "she shines as Mickey" and lead her role is reminiscent of Jennifer Lawrence in Winter's Bone. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Annabelle Attanasio's Mickey and the Bear, direct from YouTube: It's April in Anaconda, Montana, and headstrong teenager Mickey Peck
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Paramount Tom Clancy Pic ‘Without Remorse’ Enlists Four For Michael B. Jordan’s Navy Seal Team

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Paramount Tom Clancy Pic ‘Without Remorse’ Enlists Four For Michael B. Jordan’s Navy Seal Team
Exclusive: Jacob Scipio, Cam Gigandet, Jack Kesy and Todd Lasance are joining Michael B. Jordan’s Navy Seal team in Paramount’s feature take on Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse.

Directed by Stefano Sollima, Without Remorse is the origin story of John Clark, played by Jordan, a Navy Seal-turned-CIA ops officer, who seeks revenge after his girlfriend is killed by a Baltimore drug lord. At one point in the Clancy-lit-verse, Clark served as Jack Ryan’s bodyguard.

The foursome join already cast Luke Mitchell, who we announced was playing, Rowdy, another Seal team member. Scipio and Gigandet we hear will respectively play Hatchet and Webb. Jodie Turner-Smith and Jamie Bell also star.

Scipio can next be seen as the villain in Sony’s Bad Boys for Life. He has recently wrapped shooting The Outpost in which he stars opposite Caleb Landry Jones and Orlando Bloom, as well as Waldo
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Eli Roth Producing 10-31, a Slasher Movie with One of the Scariest Premises He's Read in Years

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Eli Roth Producing 10-31, a Slasher Movie with One of the Scariest Premises He's Read in Years
Hostel director Eli Roth is set to produce a new slasher movie for Orion Pictures titled 10-31. Not much has been revealed about the flick just yet, but Roth seems to think we could have the makings of a new classic on our hands. That's a bold claim, to be certain, but Roth calls the script one of the best he's read in years with a truly scary premise at its center.

According to a new report, 10-31/">10-31 was written by Ian Shorr and Peter Gamble, then subsequently acquired by Orion Pictures. Shorr and Gamble were working from a story by Laurie Ashbourne and screen story by Kathy Charles. While details are slim, the story is said to center on a young woman who takes her niece and nephew trick-or-treating. Along the way, she discovers a note inside a candy wrapper that states a killer is on the loose in her neighborhood.
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Bruce Willis Crime Thriller ’10 Minutes Gone’ Hits Blu-ray On October 29

10 Minutes Gone, an action thriller headlined by Bruce Willis (Death Wish) and Michael Chiklis (The Shield), hits Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on October 29 via Lionsgate. The feature is also available On Demand.

Though Willis and Chiklis are known for playing cops, this time out they are on the other side of the law. The [...]

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Joker movie review: Critics Review, Rating, Cast and Crew

Joker movie review is here. Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Joker is based on DC Comics characters. Directed by Todd Phillips, who co-wrote the screenplay with Scott Silver, the movie is distributed by Warner Bros.

Pictures and produced by DC Films, Village Roadshow Pictures, Bron Creative and Joint Effort. Premiered at the 76th Venice International Film Festival on August 2019, Joker smiled with the Golden Lion, the festival's highest prize. Is Joker ? one of the most anticipated movie of the year worth the hype?.

Let?s find out in the movie review of Joker. Joker releases in India on October 02, 2019.

Immediate reaction when the end credits roll

An evolution, a knock out revolution!!. The definition of a ?Joker? and comic book adaptations will never be the same again. This devastatingly disturbing on screen exploration of DC comic?s character by Todd Phillips is an evolutionary masterpiece that sees Joaquin Phoenix in a performance of a lifetime.
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Movie Review – Once Upon a Time in Deadwood (2019)

Once Upon a Time in Deadwood, 2019.

Directed by Rene Perez.

Starring Robert Bronzi, Michael Pare, Karin Brauns and Lauren Compton.

Synopsis:

A notorious gunslinger is slipped a slow-acting poison by an heiress and told he has three days to track down and rescue her sister, who has been kidnapped by a gang of hoodlums and holds the antidote.

The grim reaper is a cruel beast. Eventually he’ll catch up to us all. Whether you’re Joe Bloggs on the street, going about your daily grind, or whether you’re a Hollywood icon. We’ve now reached a point where the big budget blockbusters can resurrect long dead actors. Peter Cushing was brought back from beyond to appear in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (albeit feeling decidedly creepy) but prior to pioneering CGI, the best hope was a lookalike. Bruce Lee has been treated to countless ‘doubles’ trying to
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‘American Skin’: Nate Parker’s Police Violence Drama Isn’t Subtle, But Maybe That’s the Point

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‘American Skin’: Nate Parker’s Police Violence Drama Isn’t Subtle, But Maybe That’s the Point
Nate Parker’s “American Skin” is a requiem on police violence and black trauma that clearly has no intention of having a nuanced conversation on the issues at its core. It’s a film that is plainly fed up with attempting to have a discussion at all — if only because, in real life, dialogue hasn’t led to substantive change: Black men and boys continue to be killed by police officers at a much higher rate than any other group, and huge racial disparities in how police use force continue to exist.

Parker clearly knows who his audience is, and who it isn’t — white people. But maybe that’s the point. It’s not so much that the movie aims to serve as a conduit for discourse, as much as it hopes to give its viewers — a restive black populace, frustrated with a country that refuses to reconcile with
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