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The film will debut at the BFI London Film Festival in October The post Stan & Ollie Trailer: Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly Star in the Biopic appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The film debuted to rave reviews from critics and audiences at the Locarno and Sarajevo Film Festivals. The post Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Ruben Brandt, Collector appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The White Crow is based on the book Rudolf Nureyev: Life by Julie Kavanaugh The post Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Ralph Fiennes’ The White Crow appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
No matter what some readers may think, we do try to keep as much of the politics out of our reporting as much as we can. Obviously, in the current day and age, that becomes increasingly more difficult. And sometimes, it’s unavoidable, as with the drama…
Based on the play by Anton Chekhov The post Sony Pictures Classics Nab Rights to The Seagull, Starring Annette Bening appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Starring Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet and Michael Stuhlbarg The post Call Me by Your Name Trailer Released by Sony Pictures Classics appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Many of us have at least once adhered to some form of unshaken fandom to a character, show or movie. Whether we grow out of it or not, unfeigned admiration of fictitious characters and shows echo feelings of childlike bliss. An integral part of the success of “Brigsby Bear” is the kindred joy of unabashed fandom. James (Kyle Mooney) possesses a steadfast, cultish adoration for an animatronic bear named Brigsby. Continue reading ‘Brigsby Bear’ Charms By Balancing Hilarity & Affection [Review] at The Playlist.
Sony Pictures Classics have acquired the North American rights to the film based on the life of Mark Felt The post First Look at Liam Neeson as Deep Throat in The Silent Man Clip appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Last night, something rare emerged at the Oscars: class. All season long, Film Twitter has engaged in an ugly battle pitting Team “Moonlight” versus Team “La La Land,” a fracas that the makers of either film have never engaged in. Even with the Best Picture mixup, the makers of “Moonlight” and “La La Land” were gracious to each other in both victory and defeat. But it appears that Sony Pictures Classics didn’t get the memo. Continue reading Sony Pictures Classics Exec Says Oscar Buzz For Foreign Film Winner ‘The Salesman’ Is “Fake News” at The Playlist.