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Divorce and its impact on children caught in its crossfire may be thought of as an issue of recent generations, but more than 115 years ago, Henry James made it the foundation of his novel "What Maisie Knew." A new film version of the 1897 book,...
It is night in an upscale Manhattan apartment. A child, tucked safely into bed, drifts toward sleep to the sounds of her parents tearing each other apart in the next room. Her eyes close, the fighting rumbles on, their words wielded with lethal...
The 2013 Summer Movie Preview is a snapshot of films opening through the end of August. Release dates (for Los Angeles) and other details, as compiled by Oliver Gettell, are subject to change. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Sneaks list: In the...
Tags: Terence Stamp, Nat Faxon, Paul Feig, Zack Snyder, Ron Livingston
It is night in an upscale Manhattan apartment. A child, tucked safely into bed, drifts toward sleep to the sounds of her parents tearing each other apart in the next room. We are in Maisie's world and about to find out in uncomfortable detail just "What...
** (out of four) Imagine if Henry James were alive to hear that his 1897 novel had been adapted by writers whose previous work includes the “Dungeons and Dragons” movie and an episode of “Tales from the Crypt.” You can't make up...
Tags: Julianne Moore, David Siegel
VarietyLONDON -- Fortissimo Films has closed a series of deals in key markets for "What Maisie Knew," toplining Emmy-winner Julianne Moore. The comedy drama, which world preemed at the Toronto Film Festival this month, has sold to Filmax Intl. for Spain,...
Tokyo fest keeps distance from Chinese dispute: Event includes several films from China and Hong KongVarietyTOKYO -- The Tokyo Film Festival unveiled its 25th edition on Thursday, including one pic from China, Wang Jing's "Feng Shui," in its competition, and several more from China and Hong Kong in its Winds of Asia-Middle East section. The fest unspools Oct....
VarietyThe Weinstein Co.'s music-based dramedy "A Song for Marion" will world preem in the Toronto Film Festival's closing night Gala slot, it was announced Tuesday along with 146 titles, including 35 world preems, in the Gala, Special Presentations,...
Tags: Terence Stamp, Walter Salles, Drama (genre), Music, Edward Burns
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