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Andrew Garfield On 'Breathe': "It Wasn't An Acting Challenge, It Was A Living Challenge" - The Contenders Video

Actors Andrew Garfield and Andy Serkis came to Deadline’s 7th annual The Contenders event, but in this case Serkis was there to talk about his directorial debut on  136 more words

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Steven Soderbergh's 'Unsane' Gets Spring Release From Bleecker Street; New Regency Nabs International Rights

UPDATED with international deal: Bleecker Street’s second release with Steven Soderbergh, Unsane, will hit theaters on March 23. We hear that the pic will go wide. 230 more words

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'Breathe' Composer Nitin Sawhney On The Pitfall Of Musical Sentimentality & Two Andy Serkis Collaborations

Working on longtime friend Andy Serkis’ The Jungle Book long before Breathe came to be, composer Nitin Sawhney ended up seeing that true-life drama hit theaters first. 2,001 more words

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'Breathe's Claire Foy On Meeting Her Character's Real-Life Counterpart - The Contenders London Video

Taking on Andy Serkis’ Breathe after wrapping Season 1 of The Crown, Claire Foy was amazed by her director — making his feature helming debut — and his crew, who seemingly made the impossible possible with the production. 220 more words

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Film News Roundup: Disney Channel's Mollee Gray to Star in 'A Night to Regret'

In today’s film news roundup, Disney Channel star Mollee Gray lands the lead in “A Night to Regret,” Sentient Entertainment signs an output deal with Italia Film, and Bleecker Street dates five movies. 762 more words

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Bleecker Street Sets Release Dates For 'What They Had', 'Disobedience' & More

Bleecker Street has set its first five film releases for 2018. The lineup includes What They Had, Elizabeth Chomko’s debut film, based on her Nicholl-winning screenplay, starring Hilary Swank and Michael Shannon, which will bow in theaters March 16. 301 more words

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Andrew Garfield Meets the Press (and Their Offspring)

Andrew Garfield’s performance in Andy Serkis’ directorial debut, BREATHE, is phenomenal. He’s both deeply affecting and infectiously joyous in the true story of Robin Cavendish, who was paralyzed from the neck down when he contracted polio in the prime of life, but chose to live his life to the fullest thanks to a wife who refused to give up on him.  62 more words

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