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Without question, Guillermo del Toro is one of the most visually stunning directors working today. Regardless of what critics may think of the finished product, his films all look amazing. That being said, there’s no way a new film directed by him set in Cold War-era America that features a mysterious government experiment could be anything less than stunning. In the just-released trailer for “The Shape of Water,” viewers get a chance to see what Del Toro has planned for his follow-up to “Crimson Peak.” “The Shape of Water” is the upcoming film written, produced, and directed by Del Toro. Continue reading First Trailer For Guillermo Del Toro’s ‘The Shape Of Water’ at The Playlist.

Halfway through the year there is no reason not to ponder the current slate of Best Actress contenders.  Many of these performances have been seen seen either at festivals or screenings, others have been in films that have released footage and a few have actually been in films released in theaters. This is a very fluid category at this stage of the game, but if you are wondering why some are listed as “potential” instead of “likely” remember that insight and intel are everything.  Continue reading 2018 Best Actress Oscars Predictions at The Playlist.

“Sally Hawkins is marvelous as real-life folk artist Maud Lewis in this gentle, moving biopic.” The post Maudie Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

When “Paddington” was released in 2014, it didn’t get much fanfare in the US. The film didn’t have a massive opening weekend that everyone wrote about. However, with an incredible 98% Rotten Tomatoes score, the film wound up powering toward a domestic total of $76 million and a worldwide gross of $268 million. Those numbers ensured we’d see a sequel. Now, with the trailer just released for the upcoming “Paddington 2,” viewers are getting a taste of what they’ll see in the new film. Continue reading Everyone’s Favorite Talking Bear Is Back In First Trailer For ‘Paddington 2’ at The Playlist.

While prestigious films make their debut at Cannes, in the basement of the Palais, the marketplace is where new projects are being announced and shopped around. It’s hard to keep to keep up with all of them, but here are some of the latest highlights: While it’s not the six-film action pantomimes franchise we were hoping for, you do want to see a movie about the world’s greatest mime, right? Well, Jesse Eisenberg will play the legendary French mime Marcel Marceau in the film, “Resistance,” centering on the artist’s involvement in the resistance in the WWII. Continue reading Jesse Eisenberg, Mackenzie Davis, Carrie Brownstein, Sandra Bullock & More Line Up New Projects at The Playlist.

While prestigious films make their debut at Cannes, in the basement of the Palais, the marketplace is where new projects are being announced and shopped around. It’s hard to keep to keep up with all of them, but here are some of the latest highlights: While it’s not the six-film action pantomimes franchise we were hoping for, you do want to see a movie about the world’s greatest mime, right? Well, Jesse Eisenberg will play the legendary French mime Marcel Marceau in the film, “Resistance,” centering on the artist’s involvement in the resistance in the WWII. Continue reading Jesse Eisenberg, Mackenzie Davis, Carrie Brownstein, Sandra Bullock & More Line Up New Projects at The Playlist.

Sally Hawkins will return to the franchise with Charles Dance appearing as a new character The post Godzilla: King of the Monsters Cast Adds Two appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Sometimes the most powerful art, is also the most humble, and the upcoming “Maudie” tells the true story of a Canadian artist, whose unlikely work became a worldwide sensation. Starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke, the Aisling Walsh directed film tells the tale of Maud Lewis, a woman crippled by arthritis, who finds work as a housekeeper with a grizzled bachelor, forming a bond with the man, and an outlet for art. Continue reading Sally Hawkins & Ethan Hawke Make Art In New Trailer For ‘Maudie’ at The Playlist.

Sally Hawkins captures the enduring spirit of painter Maud Lewis in the new trailer for the biopic, “Maudie.” Directed by Aisling Walsh, the film focuses on Lewis’ early life and her struggle to become one of Canada’s best-known folk artists. The biopic made its world premiere at the 2016 Telluride Film Festival before screening at several Canadian film festivals. The trailer opens with the desperate artist taking a job as a live-in housemaid for a gruff, local fish peddler Everett Lewis played by Ethan Hawke. Continue reading Sally Hawkins Captures The Enduring Spirit Of Canadian Folk Artist ‘Maudie’ In New Trailer With Ethan Hawke at The Playlist.

Sony Pictures Classics is brushing up on its Canadian art history. The specialty unit has acquired U.S. and other territory rights to Maudie, which bowed at Telluride and went on to screen at Toronto. It tells the true story of Maud Lewis (Sally Hawkins) who overcame the physical challenge of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis to become one of Canada’s premier folk artists. SPC also has rights in Latin America, Greece, Cyprus, Italy, Portugal, Scandinavia, Turkey, the UK…