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IM Global Backs Charlie Hunnam and Lea Seydoux's Romance 'Zoe'

IM Global will fully finance the love story “Zoe,” starring Lea Seydoux and Charlie Hunnam with Drake Doremus directing.

The picture will be produced by Scott Free’s Michael Pruss alongside Doremus, and Robert George. 248 more words


IM Global Boards Drake Doremus' Love Story 'Zoe,' Starring Charlie Hunnam & Léa Seydoux

Stuart Ford’s IM Global has come aboard to fully finance Drake Doremus’ love story starring Charlie Hunnam and Léa Seydoux, which is set to be called… 272 more words

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REVIEW: The Lost City of Z

New York Film Festival

In 2014, while still in the thralls of my passionate obsession with James Gray’s “The Immigrant,” I attended the Telluride Film Festival where, lo and behold, Gray himself was attending to present a screening of Francis Ford Coppola’s “Apocalypse Now.” (I won’t go into too much detail about how I choked on approach to chat with him outside a screening.) He also penned an essay for the festival’s program lavishing praise on Coppola’s masterpiece, writing, “The film poses questions without any attempt to provide definitive answers, and its profound ambiguities are integral to its enduring magic.” 430 more words

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Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson Are Great As They Look For ‘The Lost City Of Z’

There are times during James Gray’s The Lost City of Z – the closing night film at this year’s New York Film Festival that tells the true story of English explorer Percy Fawcett (played by Charlie Hunnam) – that reminded me of an Indiana Jones movie. 670 more words

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New York Film Review: 'The Lost City of Z'

Kurtz, the fabled central figure in “Heart of Darkness,” entered a primitive jungle world and made himself over into its homicidal master. His colonial malevolence was echoed in two landmark films of the ’70s: “Aguirre, the Wrath of God,” in which Klaus Kinski’s bug-eyed, raving conquistador led a jungle odyssey into madness, and “Apocalypse Now,” in which Martin Sheen’s burnt-out assassin discovered, in Marlon Brando, a different kind of Kurtz — a philosopher of war’s evil, a leader who had gone “insane” only because he was the only one who saw Vietnam with utter clarity. 1,268 more words


Pacific Rim (2013)

In recent years Hollywood has come to believe that in order to satisfy the paying public it must give them more bang for their buck. If this is the case it would appear that Warner Bros. 469 more words