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19 Şubat 2011 Cumartesi

**First Clip from SOURCE CODE **Paramount Picks up FORGOTTEN as Starring Vehicle for Hailee Steinfeld **Steve Carell in Talks to Join Meryl Streep in GREAT HOPE SPRINGS **Sony Pictures Courting Colin Firth for MY FAIR LADY

Paramount Picks up FORGOTTEN as Starring Vehicle for Hailee Steinfeld

by Matt Goldberg    Posted: February 18th, 2011

Paramount has picked up the rights to Cat Patrick’s upcoming novel Forgotten as a star vehicle for True Grit actress Hailee Steinfeld.  According to Deadline, Steinfeld would play “London Lane, a 16-year old whose memory is erased at 4:33 every night. The following morning, all she can remember are events from her future. After meeting a new boy at school, London becomes frustrated that she can’t seem to find him in her memory of things to come.”  That sounds like it could be a solid premise and hopefully Paramount will invest in a strong screenplay and director to give Steinfeld the best possible chance at a worthy follow-up to her Oscar-nominated performance in Grit.
Forgotten is the first studio deal for Steinfeld since her breakthrough role, and I’m a little surprised it’s taken this long.  I’m also curious as to why her name hasn’t been floated as a contender for Katniss Everdeen, the teenage protagonist of The Hunger Games, which is currently being adapted by director Gary Ross (Seabiscuit).  While I don’t think Steinfeld will win for Best Supporting Actress on Sunday (the Academy rarely gives awards to young actors), it’s clear that her career is taking off and I’m excited to see what project she’ll take next.

First Clip from SOURCE CODE

by Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub    Posted: February 18th, 2011

Opening on April 1 is Summit Entertainment’s sci-fi thriller Source Code.  Directed by Duncan Jones (who previously made the incredible Moon), the film stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, and Jeffrey Wright.   If you aren’t familiar with the plot, Gyllenhaal stars as a soldier who wakes up in the body of a stranger on a Chicago commuter train and “learns he’s part of a government experiment called the ‘Source Code,’ a program that enables him to cross over into another man’s identity in the last 8 minutes of his life.”  Watch the trailer here.
Since I’m pretty sure I’m under embargo…hypothetically speaking…if I were to have seen an early screening, I might be able to tell you that I thought Source Code was really good.  For now that’s all you’ll get out of me.  Anyway, for a taste of the film, watch a clip after the jump:
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Steve Carell in Talks to Join Meryl Streep in GREAT HOPE SPRINGS

by Matt Goldberg    Posted: February 18th, 2011

Steve Carell has reportedly begun negotiations to co-star with Meryl Streep in Great Hope Springs.  Directed by David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada), the story centers on a couple (played by Streep and an actor TBD) who, after 31 years of marriage, go into intense couples counseling to decide whether or not they should stay together.  According to Deadline, Carell is in talks to play the couple’s marriage therapist, Dr. Feld.
With his exit from The Office scheduled to air this Spring, Carell is set to become a ubiquitous presence in mainstream movies.  He’ll next be seen this summer in the romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love. with Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, and after he shoots Great Hope Springs, he’ll move on to Burt Wonderstone.  Carell is also reportedly attached to Mail-Order Groom with Tina Fey, Get Smart 2 (which he also wrote), Raised by Wolfs, The Abstinence Teacher, A Boyfriend for My Wife, and Of All the Things.

Sony Pictures Courting Colin Firth for MY FAIR LADY

by Adam Chitwood    Posted: February 18th, 2011

Colin Firth is currently one of the most in-demand actors in town. Being the stand-out frontrunner for a Best Actor Oscar will do that to you. Now it appears that Sony Pictures is keen on nabbing Firth for their remake of the 1964 musical classic My Fair Lady. In a pitch-perfect casting move, Carey Mulligan has long been attached to take on the role of Eliza Doolittle, with Joe Wright (Atonement) set to direct the film from a screenplay by Emma Thompson (the actress also wrote Sense and Sensibility).
The report, filed by The Daily Mail, states that Sony Pictures originally brushed Firth aside in favor of casting Hugh Grant as ol’ ‘Enry ‘Iggins, with the producers insisting that Firth was their man. Thankfully, Sony relented, and now only wants to make the film with Firth. The actor is sure to be vetting a flurry of offers now that his brilliant turn in The King’s Speech is getting so much attention (but let’s be honest, the guy’s been brilliant for a long time now). I say the pairing of Firth and Mulligan for My Fair Lady is spot on. Here’s hoping it works out.

Colin Firth Could Star Opposite Carey Mulligan In My Fair Lady

published: 2011-02-18 08:52:44 Author: Katey Rich
The My Fair Lady movie musical that's been rumored for years now is back in the news again, with Carey Mulligan once again up for the Eliza Doolittle role, but a new, seriously exciting name attached to Henry Higgins. According to The Daily Mail's Baz Bamigboye-- someone with much more reliable information than you usually see from UK tabloid rumors, it's worth noting-- Colin Firth is back in the running to play the Professor in the project in the works at Sony. Firth had been a favorite of producers Duncan Kenworthy and Cameron Mackintosh years ago, but the studio reportedly wanted someone more famous along the lines of Hugh Grant. Now, of course, Firth is a guaranteed Best Actor winner and star of the hugely successful The King's Speech, and fickle Sony wants him back.

The main problem at the moment has nothing to do with the actors-- Mulligan is still on board as well, and apparently has time in her schedule-- but with mountains of legal paperwork. CBS Films has the rights, but some of them are about to turn back to the heirs of the musical's writers; also involved are the estates of George Bernard Shaw and Gabriel Pascal, who wrote the play Pygmalion that the musical was based on. Emma Thompson, who wrote the new screenplay, reportedly drew from Shaw's work, which makes the thicket of legal issues all the more complicated.

Regardless, Sony clearly sees this as a potential moneymaker, and will likely marshall their considerable resources toward getting all these issues cleared up. Firth is up for pretty much any role he wants these days, and will spend the spring
starring opposite Cameron Diaz in the caper comedy Gambit, but come on, we all know he's perfect for Henry Higgins and he probably does too. The man deserves a better role in a musical than the completely loony one he played in Mamma Mia!, and with Mulligan as his co-star, it's hard to imagine an opportunity much better than this one.

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