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Evan Rachel Wood To Make Her Directorial Debut

Evan Rachel Wood is set to make her directorial debut!

Although the details are quite secretive, what’s known is that the film is a road-trip and will star Wood, Jenny Slate, Alison Pill and Cynthia Erivo. 31 more words


Miss Sloane (2017)

The making of an inherently political film with an inherently political angle requires artistic justification: if your politics are clear and you aim to send a message, there are more effective routes to go by, there has to be an artfulness and a humanity to the work you are presenting. 671 more words


Goon (2011)

Director: Michael Dowse

Writer: Jay Baruchel, Evan Goldberg (Screenplay) Adam Frattasio, Doug Smith (Book)

Starring: Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, Alison Pill, Liev Schreiber, Eugene Levy, Marc-Andre Grondin, Kim Coates… 348 more words


'Miss Sloane' - Movie Review: A Decent Political Thriller That Reads Like A Labored & Flat "Sorkin-ish" Script

| In the high-stakes world of political power-brokers, Elizabeth Sloane is the most sought after and formidable lobbyist in D.C. But when taking on the most powerful opponent of her career, she finds winning may come at too high a price. 642 more words


The farce is with Alison Pill who returns to her Canadian roots for the Goon hockey sequel

Alison Pill confirmed her credentials as an engrossing co-star with dramatic roles in acclaimed series The Newsroom and The Family. Yet when the Toronto-born, Los Angeles-based actress got the call to reprise her Eva portrayal in the hockey farce Goon: Last of the Enforcers, she didn’t hesitate to say yes. 588 more words


Miss Sloane (2016)

D: John Madden / 132m

Cast: Jessica Chastain, Mark Strong, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Alison Pill, Michael Stuhlbarg, Jake Lacy, John Lithgow, Sam Waterston, David Wilson Barnes, Al Mukadam, Douglas Smith, Chuck Shamata, Dylan Baker… 1,294 more words


Jay Baruchel takes a shot with Goon: Last of the Enforcers, but does it pass 'the bullshit test'?

For his directorial debut, Jay Baruchel wanted to mix a little finesse with the farce in Goon: Last of the Enforcers. “It was something that was of paramount importance,” says the 34-year-old, promoting the hockey sequel in Toronto. 688 more words