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Noomi Rapace of ‘Dragon Tattoo’ the next Marion Cotillard? Forget about all the casting news being generated about the U.S. reboot of “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” on the blogsphere. Noomi Rapace, the actress who originated the role of dark femme Lisbeth Salander in the Swedish version of “The Girl With the Dragon Tatoo” is being groomed[...]

Malick’s “Tree,” with Brad Pitt and Sean Penn, unlikely to bloom before 2011

By Sean O’Connell Someone – and I forget who, or else I’d credit them directly – posted on Twitter that director Terrence Malick could only add to the mystery surrounding his anticipated “Tree of Life” (as well as his own unpredictable legacy) if he up and decided to never release[...]

TIFF ’10: The Road to Toronto starts “Here”

By Sean O’Connell There are 21 days left until the 35th Toronto International Film Festival begins on Sept. 9. And while I’m eager for the cinematic feast to get going, I feel like I need another month to prepare, both mentally and physically. But the fest waits for no man, so[...]

Naomi Watts and Sean Penn engage in “Fair Game” trailer

By Sean O’Connell We haven’t been hearing much about Doug Liman’s “Fair Game” since it bowed at the Cannes film festival in the spring. Expect that to change now that Summit Entertainment has released a full trailer. Ripped from recent headlines, “Fair Game” stars Naomi Watts as CIA operative Valerie Plame,[...]

Ernest Borgnine tapped for SAG’s lifetime achievement award

By Sean O’Connell He was a member of the “Wild Bunch,” the head of “McHale’s Navy,” and an Oscar winner for “Marty” in 1956. Now Ernest Borgnine, 93, will be honored with the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award during the 17th Annual SAG Awards, scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 30,[...]

Natalie Portman dances through Aronofsky’s “Black Swan” trailer

By Sean O’Connell Fox Searchlight released the first full trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan,” a drama set in the world of professional ballet starring Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel, and Mila Kunis. It will open the Venice Film Festival, and will screen at the Toronto International Film Festival. You can[...]

Danny Boyle, Clint Eastwood among those confirmed for impressive TIFF lineup

By Sean O’Connell The schedule for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival just became top-heavy with anticipated pedigree films that aspire to be in the Best Picture race for 2010. TIFF organizers released the next wave of Gala and Special Presentation films for this year’s fest, which runs Sept. 9-19.[...]

“Piranha 3D” makes its case for Best Picture consideration in viral clip

By Sean O’Connell Did “Piranha 3d” really kick-start 2010’s “For Your Consideration” awards campaign? Yes. Kind of. Click on over to “Funny or Die” for an amusing pitch by Adam Scott, Kelly Brook and “Hollywood treasure” Jerry O’Connell to members of the Academy on behalf of Alexandre Aja’s “Piranha” remake, which hits[...]

First Look: Will Ferrell holds massive garage sale in “Everything Must Go”

By Sean O’Connell We reported a few weeks ago that Will Ferrell was bringing a serious drama, “Everything Must Go,” to the Toronto International Film Festival in September. He mentioned it on the “Charlie Rose Show” while promoting “The Other Guys,” and admitted to the talk-show host that this would[...]

Telluride manager: “I no longer think this film festival is special”

By Sean O’Connell As many of us are preparing to enter the fall film festival circuit, one woman just made a very public exit. And not just any woman, either. Jennifer Ammann served as production manager for the Telluride Film Festival, and is walking away from the annual event. But not[...]
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