‘Loving’ Poster and Early Buzz: Jeff Nichols Hits Cannes With a Historical Romance Such humility may be devastating, but it ain’t dramatic ... The whole idea here is “perseverance through patience”: Richard and Mildred are strong and in love from frame one through to the very end, and though the threat they feel is pervasive ... 05/16/2016 - 3:42 am | View Link
Freida Pinto looks pristine in crisp white jacket and Indian-inspired print dress as she steps out at the Cannes Film Festival So film beauty Freida Pinto represented ... to the devastating earthquake in Nepal in April. The dress features gorgeous embroidered details in warm Holi powder hues. This detailing is only seen in small portions in the collection, but we love the overload ... 05/15/2016 - 6:47 am | View Link
Cannes Rewind: ‘The Lobster’ and love in the time of disconnect It can be beautiful, or it can be devastating. The Lobster‘s treatment of love as a character itself is at the heart of the film’s appeal. We examine it when it’s treated as an absolute, an expectation of the controlling class; one must love another ... 05/13/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Cannes Film Review: ‘After Love’ Though contained enough to be a play, Joachim Lafosse's look at an out-of-love couple still forced to cohabitate explores ... circuit — and at Cannes in particular (where even his most devastating drama, the Un Certain Regard-launched “Our Children ... 05/12/2016 - 6:08 pm | View Link
At Cannes, One Devastating “Arm-Twister” Movie You Absolutely Have to See Nemes is in love with complex long takes in extreme shallow focus. We stay on our lead actor’s face (or the back of his head) as the insane death factory he barely survives in churns along. With concentration-camp imagery so familiar in cinema ... 05/15/2015 - 1:27 am | View Link
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‘Loving’ Review – Cannes Film Festival 2016 | Variety Peter Debruge reviews Jeff Nichols' "Loving" from the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. ... these two are clearly very much in love. ... Such humility may be devastating, ... 05/15/2016 - 10:31 pm | View Website
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Kathryn Adams Doty, an actress best known for her supporting role in Alfred Hitchcock’s “Saboteur,” died Oct. 14. She was 96. Doty was born in New Ulm, Minn., and began working in Hollywood in the late 1930s after competing in a radio contest called, “Getaway to Hollywood.” She began using the
Obviously, mileage will vary greatly for this episode depending how much you care about or have nostalgia for anything to do with both the prequel era or, of course, Star Wars: The Clone Wars. There was certainly a meta aspect occurring here too and the idea of how the war never ended for some – reflecting how The Clone Wars, the series, never got a proper ending, given it was cancelled before the intended final episodes were completed.
All of which is to say this was a poignant installment that managed to bring in some major Clone Wars elements (most notably, Battle Droids!) while telling a story about two old soldiers – Rex and, interestingly, that Super Tactical Droid – both coming to terms with their past and present.
EXCLUSIVE: Dan Porter, who led the charge in building William Morris Endeavor’s digital business over the past three years as head of its department, is leaving the agency. He will exit on Nov. 30 to concentrate on his own company and to help grow his sports app, Overtime (which WME was an early investor in).
In Porter’s absence, Chris Jacquemin will lead digital content/talent for WME while Beth Ferreira will continue to lead WME Ventures.
Updated with information from conference call: The AT&T-Time Warner deal is now official, and here are the key terms:
The telco agreed to pay $107.50 a share, half cash and the other half in stock. That comes to $85.4 billion, or $108.7 billion if you include Time Warner’s debt.
When it’s done, Time Warner shareholders will own as much as 15.7% of AT&T.