George Clooney and Adam Sandler are set to star in a new untitled pic from Netflix that Noah Baumbach is directing. Baumbach also co-wrote the script with Emily Mortimer. Baumbach, Amy Pascal and David Heyman are producing.
‘To Dust’ Film Review: Matthew Broderick Dramedy Examines Death’s Physical and Emotional Repercussions
The intersection of grief and faith is a bit complicated, whether in reality or as fiction. No two people grieve the same way, and no two cultures have the same structure for what happens when a loved one dies. First time feature film writer-director Shawn Snyder dives right into the nitty gritty of science, loss […]
To the LGBTQ visitors that flock to Cape Cod every summer, Provincetown, Massachusetts is an enchanted mecca of acceptance, a place for hedonistic partying or chill relaxation, catering to all tastes. Mischa Richter glimpses that world only obliquely through dimly lit windows onto the main drag,
Park City, UT — Works selected across the Indie Episodic, Shorts and Special Events sections of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival were announced today, underlining Sundance Institute’s commitment to showcasing bold independent storytelling regardless of form, format or length.
Emily Mortimer, who has enchanted audiences as a character actress for nearly three decades, is stepping behind the camera for the first time. In our May issue , ahead of her directorial debut –
Entertainment One has acquired rights to Laura Sims’ debut novel Looker to develop as a TV series with former The Newsroom star Emily Mortimer set to executive produce via her King Bee Productions banner, part of her first-look deal with the studio. She also intends to appear in the project.
A24’s Adam Sandler thriller Uncut Gems and Robert Eggers’ spooky black-and-white movie The Lighthouse led the Film Independent Spirit Awards nominations Thursday morning with five noms apiece, followed by Amazon’s Honey Boy scripted by Shia LeBeouf and based on his rocky childhood.
It’s hard to imagine a worse premise than an actress and her best friend writing and starring together in a film about their friendship.
Entertainment One (eOne) is continuing to back A-list television talent after striking a first-look deal with Emily Mortimer’s production company King Bee Productions. The producer and distributor will act as the studio on all King Bee series, which includes a number of scripted shows in development with Amazon and TruTV.