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A new wave of women are holding their own with men on the big screen, and the Mission Impossible actor is willing to share the spotlight
Book’s author Jennifer Niven will write the film’s script, and Elle Fanning is already cast as lead character Violet Markey in ‘heart-wrenching’ romance
Hollywood couple are angry over articles on Mail Online featuring paparazzi shots of the pair with their baby daughter and promoting fashion purchasesActors Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have sued Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers in the UK’s high court over two articles about their baby daughter.
Our new series of film screenings and debates continues with the highly acclaimed mockumentary and a discussion about Australian comedy on screen Kenny: Rewatching classic Australian filmsAfter the success of our first event, Guardian Australia is pleased to announce the second Film Club, our regular series of movie screenings and panel discussions about Australian films, sponsored by Madman Entertainment
The biopic, which is written by Aaron Sorkin and stars Michael Fassbender, will be screened at the 53rd edition of the festival on 3 OctoberSteve Jobs, the upcoming film about the Apple maverick – which stars Michael Fassbender in the titular role and was directed by Danny Boyle – will screen as the centerpiece film for the 53rd New York film festival.
Film-maker’s donation will include photographs, letters, scripts and more in what British Film Institute says will be a ‘hugely important resource’Alan Parker, who went from making TV commercials to creating some of the most loved and highly regarded movies of their time, is to leave his huge working archive to the British Film Institute.
An advert was placed for The Last Face, which Penn is directing, seeking a newborn for two days of shootingAn advert was placed on 23 July for a day-old baby to star in director Sean Penn’s next film.
The usually reliable Reese Witherspoon and Sofía Vergara produced their latest comedy vehicle themselves. It appears that they’ve aimed low, and missed Related: Reese Witherspoon: behind-the-scenes revival of Hollywood’s unlikely feminist
Touted as Pakistan’s most ambitious feature yet, this dull and daft romance can’t even copy clichés competently Related: Bajrangi Bhaijaan review: Salman Khan strong even when wet as he escorts mute six-year-old back to Pakistan
Here’s the list of films playing at this year’s Toronto film festival, which runs from 10-20 September. As the programme release is staggered, this will be updated as more details are revealedThe 40th Toronto international film festival (Tiff) runs from 10-20 September.
Boyhood director in the frame to take on romcom featuring Hunger Games star, after previous directors dropped outBoyhood director Richard Linklater is set to become the latest indie film-maker to to burnish the career of Hunger Games actor Jennifer Lawrence, after it emerged that Linklater is being sought to direct The Rosie Project, a romantic comedy in which Lawrence is due to star.
Convict Jason Stange arrested by US marshals on final day of shoot for slasher-flick Marla Mae, but producers say his scenes will not be cutA convicted armed bank robber who went on the run in 2006 has been recaptured by US authorities after turning up as a villain in a low-budget horror movie.
French-born actor aims for ‘historically accurate’ account of warplane unit that fought alongside Soviets on the eastern frontHaving become a passport-holder of the Russian Federation – among others – actor Gérard Depardieu is planning to solidify his relations with president Putin by making a film about a little-known episode of the second world war, in which French fighter squadrons fought alongside Soviet forces on the eastern front.
This reboot of National Lampoon’s Vacation has jokes of variable quality – and none of the cultural relevance of the 1983 original“I’ve never even heard of the ‘original vacation’,” the kid tells his parents.
The star’s pitch for greater realism chimes with current fashion for practical effects, but as the cast of The Revenant found out, sometimes studio is bestSo, Tom Cruise wants to do Top Gun 2, but only “if there’s no CGI on the jets” and if the film relies, instead, on practical effects.
Pixar’s latest animation is a remarkably intelligent treatment of one of the most complicated and confusing issues in philosophy: the selfWhen you go to see a Pixar film you know you’re going to see something clever, funny and inventive.
The actor is keen to reprise his role of Maverick in a sequel to the 1986 hit but only if the film relies on practical effectsTom Cruise has revealed that he’s keen to star in Top Gun 2 but only if the film avoids relying on CG effects.
Stage and screen actor who appeared in Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much and Young and InnocentAmong the many might-have-beens in film history was the starring of Nova Pilbeam opposite Laurence Olivier in Rebecca (1940), Alfred Hitchcock’s first Hollywood film.
Pixar returns to form with a dazzlingly imaginative adventure set inside the mind of an 11-year-old girl
World premieres for Kate Winslet, Matt Damon and Bryan CranstonTerence Davies, Tom Hooper and Stephen Frears bolster Brit presenceEddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore back in awards raceLong-awaited new projects from Michael Moore and Charlie KaufmanFull lineup Related: And the Oscar may go to: 30 movies we've already seen which could win big
Inside Out and Ant-Man deliver an emotional one-two for Disney, as UK filmgoers – big and small – pour into cinemas to escape the rain Related: Inside Out review – high IQ family entertainment Continue reading...
This week sees the release of Beyond the Reach, starring Michael Douglas, as a ruthless international businessman who tries to persuade innocent Jeremy Irvine to help conceal a murder. Can you match these unscrupulous shenanigans to their wrong’un?
Cricketing films tend to focus on heroics on the pitch, but a new campaigning documentary, Death of a Gentleman, looks at the dirty tricks off the pitchMismanagement by cricket’s administrators is threatening the sport’s existence, says the new documentary, Death of a Gentleman.
Contrary to popular belief, Oscar contenders don’t only premiere in the autumn. Keep these films on your radar as the red carpets are rolled outAutumn is when studios typically unspool their serious-minded awards contenders.
In this week’s round-up of the global box-office scene:• Monster Hunt becomes the most successful Chinese film ever• Latin American love for Adam Sandler could rescue Pixels• Inside Out on track for a stellar global performance
Film crew rep claims executives on Alejandro González Iñárritu’s latest film, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, ignored multiple warnings about safety concernsHow far is too far in pursuit of that perfect shot?
US Republican hopeful for 2016 presidential race says ‘gun-free zones’ are a ‘bad idea’ and citizens should be allowed to carry weapons while watching moviesUS presidential hopeful Rick Perry has said filmgoers should be able to take their guns into cinemas in order to help stop fatal shootings.
Critically-derided video game comedy underperforms as young adult adaptation Paper Towns also disappoints while Jake Gyllenhaal’s Southpaw impressesAdam Sandler sci fi romp Pixels failed to rack up the weekend’s highest score on its debut at the US box office, pulling in a disappointing $24m to open in second place behind Marvel’s Ant-Man.
Mia Hansen-Løve recreates the heady rush of 90s Paris clubland in an evocative essay on youth and experience