W Mag has a profile of Gone Girl Rosamund Pike, detailing how she got the part, and how surprised she was when she got it: Fincher suggested that they get to know each other via Skype, and Pike had to join a gym near Glasgow just to secure an Internet connection. She had not been given the script but had started reading the book, and she assumed that Fincher…
Looks like Julianne Moore could be in line for a Best Actress nod here – that is, if voters can handle Mr. Cronenberg, which they usually can’t.
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Scarlett Johansson has two box office hits this weekend with Captain America and more surprisingly, Under the Skin, which had a per screen average of $35,000. Under the Skin is enjoying mostly great reviews but the positive ones are very positive, with nine scores of 100 at Metacritic. Salon’s Andrew O’Hehir wrote of Under the Skin: One of the many startling things about “Under the Skin” is how complicated and…
One of the few films with a central female character …full poster after the jump.
What is it about Scarlett Johansson that inspires her to be cast in these otherworldly parts? Is it that no one can really handle what she brings? Intelligence and sexiness? She is almost too good to be believed, perhaps that’s why Under the Skin, Her and now Lucy launch Johansson into her own genre. Trailer swiped from The Film Stage.
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The same directors who made the wonderful coming of age drama Quinceanera, Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland direct Julianne Moore as a professor struggling with Alzheimer’s. Set pics just popped up on JustJared showing Baldwin and Moore in a passionate embrace. IMDB has this listed for 2015 but it’s possible it could be a contender this year. The film is based on the book by Lisa Genova.
How rare it is to have a trailer for a film about a woman. Usually this would be flipped.