Friday, February 17, 2012
And the potential for another SunriseIt's always a cheerful day when there's Julie Delpy news, to provide back glowing to the weekend, listed below are two teaser trailers for just two Days In NY.Following 2007's a couple of days In Paris, we presently find Delpy's Marion dwelling within the The The Big Apple, juggling work as well as the child she'd with Adam Goldberg's Jack (who's now in the scene, sadly).The initial in the clips sees her speaking about her rather detailed relationship worries with new paramour Mingus (Chris Rock), as well as the second doesn't feature Delpy, but does feature her father Albert, reprising his role since the irascible Jeannot, grilling a fighting Rock about his politics and career.The film opened up at Sundance lately with a warm reception, and will receive a complete release in France on March 28.Savour it, because Delpy has intimated it may be her last acting role, which she'll concentrate on writing and pointing any further. There's still the potential for another Before Sunrise though.Ethan Hawke revealed to Allocine in November that "The Three people [Hawke, Delpy and director Richard Linklater] are actually getting similar feelings that people are ready to revisit people figures. There's nine years involving the initial few movies now it's nine years again, and then we really started thinking that could be an optimistic factor to accomplish.InchDelpy later confirmed to EW that "We're thinking about it,Inch but qualified using a careful "I don't think we'd take action once we couldn't find the appropriate step to express. Once the third an individual's bad, it's dangerous towards the 2 before. We're careful."
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Patrick Dempsey, Caterina Scorsone and A.J. Langer The bad news: Erica, who had a child with Private Practice's Cooper, has a terminal brain tumor. The good news: Amelia Shepherd and her big brother Derek will reunite to try to save her.Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) will travel to Grey's Anatomy's Seattle Grace during a special crossover episode, airing Thursday at 9/8c, in which she'll convince Derek (Patrick Dempsey) to lend a hand in saving Erica (A.J. Langer) - something that has thus far seemed impossible.Grey's Anatomy's Sandra Oh: Cristina and Owen head to couples therapy!"We're coming at the case from such a place of hopelessness in terms of Erica's prognosis, that it can only go up from here," Scorsone tells TVGuide.com. "There's pressure for Amelia to do the best job possible, but Erica is going to die, that's the hard reality that everyone's been dealing with for this whole story arc, so even the fact that there's a possibility that she could live is something better than what we had thought an episode [ago]."Erica has long resisted the idea of treatment, fearing it would limit her time with her son Mason (Griffin Gluck). And it isn't foolproof: The difficult procedure requires the surgeons to remove the tumor in less than 90 seconds. "It really is a dangerous procedure that they're attempting to do, so Erica's quite shaken by how immediate the option is," Scorsone says. "She has to decide within a very short amount of time, and if it doesn't go well, that's going to be the last time she sees her son, so that's a huge decision for anyone."Exclusive: Paul Adelstein to direct an episode of Private Practice"Once she's there, and she's presented with what the procedure would actually entail and how risky it is, and it almost sounds impossible, she has even more reservations about it," adds Paul Adelstein. "The biggest challenge of all to Erica is that she still hasn't told Mason."Erica's case will also mark the first time the Shepherd siblings have been together since Amelia's recent trip to rehab. Though Derek was missing from Amelia's big intervention earlier this season on Private, her falling off the wagon will be addressed during the crossover. "He's the one who brings it up," Scorsone says. "Families are complicated and there's a lot of history between the two of them. They've shared good times and bad, but ultimately, they have a bit of a confrontation about it, but it's resolved in an interesting and positive way."Don't expect Amelia, who ventured to Seattle Grace last season, to make some of the same mistakes again - like sleeping with Mark Sloan (Eric Dane). "There's no time for dilly-dallying," she jokes. "Amelia has lives to save!"The Grey's Anatomy-Private Practice crossover begins at 9/8c on ABC.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
"Postcards From the Zoo," the first Indonesian feature to compete for the Golden Bear, has landed a string of sales ahead of its premiere today, including deals for Germany and South Korea.Berlin-based Neue Visionen nabbed rights for Germany while Stadtkino Filmverleih Wien took the title for Austria.The Match Factory also sealed deals for the pic with Sponge Entertainment in South Korea and Joint Entertainment in Taiwan.Writer-director Edwin's latest work is a coming of age story about a girl who grows up in a zoo after being abandoned as a small child by her father. Her life is transformed by a mysterious and charismatic young cowboy magician.A major player in Indonesia's emerging film scene, Edwin won international acclaim with his 2008 feature "Blind Pig Who Wants to Fly."That film led to Edwin's new project being selected for the Torino Film Lab and then Pusan's Asian Project Market. There, Edwin and producer Meiske Taurisia met Karl Baumgartner and Thanassis Karathanos of German shingle Pallas Films, who came on board as co-producers.The project went on to secure support from the various festival funds, including backing from the Sundance Lab."This project is entirely supported and funded by the kindness of festivals," said Lorna Tee, who co-produced film with Babibutafilm, the Jakarta-based company run by Edwin, Taurisia and cinematographer Sidi Saleh, Pallas and fellow Indonesian partners Miles Films and Elang Perkasa Film. "This project literally has gone through nearly all the major project markets there are out there."Indeed, the pic owes its existence to such programs as the Torino Film Fund, the Hubert Bals Fund, Goteborg Intl. Film Festival Fund, the Sundance Institute, L'Atelier Cinefondation, Cinemart and the Asian Film Project."Postcards From the Zoo" stars Ladya Cheryl, who appeared in "Blind Pig Who Wants to Fly," and Indonesian heartthrob Nicholas Saputra, star of such films as "Pesantren" and "Three Days to Forever" (he's also L'Oreal's local "brand ambassador").The Match Factory is handling world sales for the film, one of four Indonesian titles unspooling at the Berlinale. The others include "Children of Srikandi" in Panorama Dokumente, "The Mirror Never Lies" in Generation Kplus and the Panorama short "7 Deadly Kisses." Contact Ed Meza at email@example.com
Though director Michael Bay appeared adamant the third Transformers film, launched just last summer time to lukewarm reviews, could be his last, the 'splosion-loving director has registered to helm the 4th film within the franchise.Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura confirmed Bay's participation to MTV, and introduced a release date of summer time 2014."Yeah Michael's gonna direct and will also be delivering within the summer time of 2014," stated Bonaventura. "We are excited and i believe the task there's we actually are gonna perform a reboot, and what that's destined to be we do not know yet."Since the Transformers franchise happens to be an enormous money-spinner for Bay (Dark From The Moon made $1bn worldwide), it isn't hard to understand why he'd be enticed to come back for any 4th round of robots beating the garbage from one another.Nevertheless, both 2009's Revenge From The Fallen and last year's Dark From The Moon received a vital drubbing, that is possibly why the mega-director has made the decision to own franchise a refresh.We are able to most likely count series regular Shia Labeouf out, then, so expect a brand new lead along with a shiny new group of Autobots for that franchise that will not die with any dignity.Transformers 4 is going to be launched in the united states on 29 June 2014. A United kingdom release date has not yet been confirmed.