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David Arquette Back as Dewey Riley in Spyglass' 'Scream' Relaunch

David Arquette Back as Dewey Riley in Spyglass' 'Scream' Relaunch
David Arquette is returning to the world of Scream.

The actor, who played the memorable role of Dewey Riley in the previous four outings of the genre-skewing horror movie series, will reprise the character for the relaunch being made by Spyglass Media Group, the company announced today.

Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett of the filmmaking group Radio Silence are on board to direct the project, making it the first of the franchise that will not be helmed by deceased horror master Wes Craven. Writing are James Vanderbilt, whose credits range from the Adam Sandler yarn Murder Mystery to David Fincher’s Zodiac, and ...
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‘Furiosa’: Jodie Comer Reportedly In Contention To Star In ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Prequel

‘Furiosa’: Jodie Comer Reportedly In Contention To Star In ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Prequel
Recently, it was revealed that development on the long-awaited “Mad Max: Fury Road” prequel, focused on the character of Furiosa, was shifting into high gear as filmmaker George Miller confirmed that he’s set to begin work on it next. However, we also learned that Charlize Theron, who played Furiosa in ‘Fury Road,’ will definitely not be back to star, given the prequel follows the early days of the character.

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For Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ to Get Released, at Least 80% of Movie Theaters Around the World Need to Be Open

For Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ to Get Released, at Least 80% of Movie Theaters Around the World Need to Be Open
All eyes are on Christoher Nolan‘s new movie Tenet, which is currently slated to be the first major blockbuster released in theaters since the coronavirus pandemic shut the industry down back in March. It’s the movie that exhibitors are hoping can help bring them back from the economic slump imposed upon them by Covid-19, but […]

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Jude Law Drama ‘The Nest’ Hopes to Open in Theaters This September

Jude Law Drama ‘The Nest’ Hopes to Open in Theaters This September
Movie theaters will probably be back open by September…right? IFC Films sure thinks so, which is why they’ve just set a September 18 theatrical release date for The Nest, a drama starring Jude Law and Carrie Coon. IFC is no stranger to releasing titles to VOD, so the fact that they’re aiming for this theatrical release […]
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‘Parasite’ Exclusive: Check Out Bong Joon Ho’s Storyboards from the Graphic Novel

‘Parasite’ Exclusive: Check Out Bong Joon Ho’s Storyboards from the Graphic Novel
Parasite” is celebrating its one-year anniversary this week in the best way possible: The U.S. publication of “Parasite: A Graphic Novel in Storyboards.” The 293-page book reprints Bong Joon Ho and Han Jin-won’s Oscar-winning “Parasite” screenplay alongside the hundreds of storyboards Bong drew to plan the direction of every scene in the movie, hence the “graphic novel” billing. The book also includes production stills and several pages of Bong’s illustrations and doodles for the film separate from the screenplay. The result is a fascinating new look at Bong’s creative process and a must-own for “Parasite” fans across the country.

“This book no way purports that storyboarding is an essential shortcut to making good films,” Bong writes in the book’s foreword. “I actually storyboard to quell my own anxiety. I only feel safe when I have all the shots of the day storyboarded in my palm.
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‘Space Force’ Trailer: Steve Carell Wants Boots On The Moon In His New Comedy Series

‘Space Force’ Trailer: Steve Carell Wants Boots On The Moon In His New Comedy Series
The term Space Force can be a little confusing at the moment given some absurdist real-life moments that shouldn’t be confused with absurdist moments on TV. “Space Force,” the upcoming show on Netflix from Steve Carell, should not be mistaken with Space Force the U.S. military effort from President Trump. One is a seemingly hilarious TV show about afour-star general who begrudgingly teams up with an eccentric scientist to get the U.S.

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Penelope Cruz’s ‘Wasp Network’ Drops on Netflix in June (Exclusive)

Penelope Cruz’s ‘Wasp Network’ Drops on Netflix in June (Exclusive)
Wasp Network,” a Cuban political thriller starring Penelope Cruz and Edgar Ramirez, will debut on Netflix next month.

The film, written and directed by Olivier Assayas, drops on the streaming service on June 19 across the globe, except for China, Eastern Europe, Greece, Portugal, the Middle East and France.

“Wasp Network” is based on the true story of the Cuban Five — intelligence officers who were arrested in Florida in the ’90s and later convicted of espionage and other illicit activities.

The movie follows René González (Ramirez), a Cuban pilot who leaves his wife and daughter behind to start a new life in Miami. After joining forces with a group of Cuban exiles in South Florida, known as the Wasp Network, he becomes part of a spy ring tasked with observing and infiltrating Cuban-American organizations against Fidel Castro.

Assayas, whose credits include Cannes-winner “Personal Shopper” and the miniseries “Carlos,” wrote the screenplay
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‘Blade Runner 2049’ Honest Trailer: Is Every Ryan Gosling Character Actually a Replicant?

‘Blade Runner 2049’ Honest Trailer: Is Every Ryan Gosling Character Actually a Replicant?
Since we’re all living in our own somewhat post-apocalyptic hell right now, it’s the perfect time for Honest Trailers to take a look back at the visually stunning, slow burn sci-fi thriller sequel that is Blade Runner 2049. While some expected the sequel to land as a blockbuster reboot, director Denis Villeneuve gave us a […]

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‘Space Force’: Steve Carell’s ‘Office’ Reunion Drops New Trailer, 10-Episode Podcast Plan

‘Space Force’: Steve Carell’s ‘Office’ Reunion Drops New Trailer, 10-Episode Podcast Plan
One “Space Force” is almost ready to launch. The Steve Carell-starring Netflix comedy has unveiled a second trailer that shows off more of what the actor and Greg Daniels (of “The Office” fame) have up their sleeve.

The series is described as a workplace comedy following a decorated pilot with dreams of joining the Air Force. Unfortunately, as the new trailer shows, General Mark R. Naird (Carell) ends up accidentally launching a rocket and is “rewarded” with heading up Space Force, the government’s attempt to colonize space. Naird becomes responsible for a ragtag group of scientists and civilians, including his “science guy,” Bill (John Malkovich), all with the hopes of pulling off a successful new feat — or, at least, not a catastrophic failure.

The trailer highlights not just Carell and Malkovich but also Lisa Kudrow and Diana Silvers as Mark’s wife and daughter, respectively. Jimmy O. Yang
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IndieWire Promotes Chris O’Falt to Film & TV Craft Deputy Editor

IndieWire Promotes Chris O’Falt to Film & TV Craft Deputy Editor
Chris O’Falt has been promoted to the new role of Deputy Editor, Film & TV Craft, a move that reflects IndieWire’s increasing commitment to coverage of the creators, crews, and craftspeople of the entertainment industry. O’Falt’s mandate covers film, television, and all other content platforms.

He will continue to work closely with Bill Desowitz, who now holds the title of Crafts and Animation Editor and will spearhead all animation coverage for the site, which includes expanding IndieWire’s coverage of animated TV. O’Falt reports to IndieWire editor in chief Dana Harris-Bridson.

“Over the last four years, Chris has helped build IndieWire’s craft coverage into the best in class,” said Harris-Bridson. “Creators love participating in his Toolkit podcast for the opportunity to present intelligent and in-depth discussions about the art of craft. His deep relationships with the guilds, and the communities they represent, have allowed us to
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The Morning Watch: ‘Harry Potter’ Cast Says Farewell, The Accuracy of Court Scenes in Movies & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch as the cast and crew of Harry […]

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Two-thirds of UK film and TV freelancers receiving no government support, warns survey

Two-thirds of UK film and TV freelancers receiving no government support, warns survey
Women in Film and TV (UK) carried out a survey of women and men in the UK industry.

67% of UK film and TV industry freelancers have reported being unable to claim financial support under the government’s Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (Seiss), leaving many facing acute financial hardship.

The survey carried out by Women in Film and TV (UK) also found that 16% of Paye contractors have been furloughed by their employers or former employers under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Cjrs).

31% of owners of limited companies have been able to make a claim to furlough themselves under the Cjrs.

The
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Bouncing bassoons and yowling cats: can retro kids' films compete with Sonic?

Bouncing bassoons and yowling cats: can retro kids' films compete with Sonic?
The BFI Player has put up a selection of films from decades past aimed at an audience more used to the allure of YouTube. Who’ll be the winner?

It has been roughly one billion years since the schools closed. Your strict rules about screen-time limits have long since melted away to nothing, and now your children have watched everything. They’ve completed CBeebies. They’ve massacred Netflix. They dipped their toes into Disney+, but you pulled the plug when you realised how retrospectively awful it all is. If it wasn’t for YouTube, and its limitless fan-made videos of Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons reacting to different Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons, you’d be at a total loss.

But help is now at hand. BFI Player, a streaming service that we should all be making much more noise about, has just launched a free Fives and Under collection, throwing open
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Vertigo acquires ‘Saint Frances’ for UK, sets digital release (exclusive)

Vertigo acquires ‘Saint Frances’ for UK, sets digital release (exclusive)
SXSW award winner marks feature directorial debut of Alex Thompson.

Vertigo Releasing has secured UK and Ireland rights to comedy drama Saint Frances from New York-based Visit Films and has set a digital release for July 10.

The film won both the audience award and special jury award when it debuted at SXSW last year and marks the feature directorial debut of Alex Thompson.

Starring Kelly O’Sullivan, who also wrote the script, it centres on a waitress who rethinks her life after being charged with the care of a six-year-old girl, played by Romana Edith Williams.

The film will be released
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Locarno moves Leopards of Tomorrow shorts online as part of digital iteration

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Locarno moves Leopards of Tomorrow shorts online as part of digital iteration
The Leopards of Tomorrow section marks its 30th anniversary this year.

The Locarno Film Festival will showcase the shorts component of its Leopards of Tomorrow (Pardi di Domani) programme online as part of the 2020 digital iteration.

The festival was forced to cancel its physical 73rd edition which had been due to take place from August 5-15 in Switzerland due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It is instead running a series of initiatives under the banner of ‘Locarno 2020 - For the Future of Films’, aimed at continuing its work and support for the independent cinema industry.

The Leopards of Tomorrow section, which
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City of Cannes reveals plans to fire up events business this autumn

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City of Cannes reveals plans to fire up events business this autumn
Covid-19 has cost city of Cannes $545m in events-related revenue.

The city of Cannes is hoping to kickstart its trade show and conference activities this autumn, following their abrupt shutdown in March with the cancellation of Miptv due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Cannes mayor David Lisnard said the city would plough $1.6m (€1.5m) into relaunching the events sector as part of a plan to revive the city’s stalled economy, in a presentation on Monday (May 18).

Part of the strategy will involve a massive poster campaign in capitals across Europe, including Paris, London, Barcelona and Amsterdam, promoting Cannes as an events destination.
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French sales agents call for festival solidarity to support films

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French sales agents call for festival solidarity to support films
Sales agents face challenging times due to disrupted film festival and market circuit.

French sales agents association Adef has raised the alarm for the future of those independent film productions that were due to hit the festival circuit this spring and summer, when the Covid-19 pandemic shut down numerous film events including the Cannes Film Festival.

The Paris-based body is calling for greater cooperation between film festivals to ensure productions in the mix for premieres at cancelled events such as Cannes, Locarno and Karlovy Vary are not left out in the cold. The association represents some 40 French sales companies, or 95% of France’s sales sector.
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Matthijs Wouter Knol leaving Berlin’s Efm for European Film Academy

Matthijs Wouter Knol leaving Berlin’s Efm for European Film Academy
Marion D?ring to retire from the European Film Academy after more than 30 years at the organisation.

Matthijs Wouter Knol is to step down as the director of the European Film Market (Efm) after 12 years at the Berlinale to become director of the European Film Academy (Efa).

Wouter Knol joined the festival as programme manager of Berlinale Talents in 2008 and stepped up to become Efm director in June 2014.

He will continue to work at the market until October 31 and is set to take up his Efa role on January 1, 2021. The Berlinale management said it would decide on his succession “as soon
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Berlin’s Efm Head Matthijs Wouter Knol Steps Down

Berlin’s Efm Head Matthijs Wouter Knol Steps Down
Matthijs Wouter Knol, the head of the European Film Market that runs alongside the Berlin Film Festival, is stepping down after 12 years with the fest. He will next be in charge of the European Film Academy, the org governing the European Film Awards, starting on Jan. 1.

During his long tenure at the Berlin Film Festival, Knol served as the program manager of Berlinale Talents from 2008 to 2014, and was then appointed director of the Berlinale’s European Film Market, taking over from Beki Probst, in June 2014.

“With great success, Matthijs forged ahead with the strategic expansion of the European Film Market and developed it into one of the most significant industrial platforms in the audiovisual industry,” said Mariette Rissenbeek and Carlo Chatrian, the new Berlinale director duo.

“We are thankful for his great commitment, and congratulate him on the new professional challenge. We wish Matthijs all the best and look forward
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My favourite film aged 12: Dirty Dancing

My favourite film aged 12: Dirty Dancing
Patrick Swayze’s dance instructor Johnny swept me off my feet when I was an awkward teenager. Would I still have the time of my life rewatching this feelgood classic?

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Growing up, there weren’t many films that I had watched so many times that I knew not just the lines but also the songs off by heart, but Dirty Dancing was one of them. I was way too young to see it at the cinema when it first came out in 1987, but caught it a few years later on TV, recording it on to a VHS tape so I could replay my favourite scenes. I was thrilled. I was a bookish kid who felt intensely shy and awkward. And there on my screen was a not-that-shy but definitely studious and awkward teenager being swept off her feet,
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