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Director John Krokidas and his cast introduce us to their drama set in 1944 about a murder that brings together poets Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe), Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) and William Burroughs (Ben Foster).
“Kill Your Darlings” Cast at Sundance Film Festival 2013.
Ben Foster arrives to Salt Lake City Airport for Sundance Film Festival.
Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, Ben Foster and Anthony Hopkins star in the first trailer for Magnolia Pictures’ 360. Directed by Fernando Meirelles (CITY OF GOD, THE CONSTANT GARDENER, BLINDNESS) and with an original screenplay from the acclaimed writer Peter Morgan (THE QUEEN, FROST/ NIXON), 360 will have it’s European premiere at the 55th BFI London Film Festival on October 12.
No philosophy or revolution. No religion or politics. No war or search for peace. No. Nothing justifies almost 5000 recorded people dead or injured last year alone because of landmines. Nothing justifies that vast areas of land are still infested with landmines waiting to hurt someone. Yet everyday, someone, somewhere, falls. This is why, next April 4th, when you go out to the street, lend your leg. By lending our legs, we will join our voice with the voice of humanity, the voice of compassion, the voice of reason. They will know it´s time to stop the violence, to stop breaking what they can´t fix, it´s time to stop using landmines. Through spreading conscience we will encourage the remaining 37 countries to join the Mine Ban Treaty and become examples to those who continue to use this insidious killers. From all corners of the world we´ll say using them is hideous and cowardly. It´s enough: the days of apathy are over!
Join the world, join that great voice that shouts: NO MORE LANDMINES.
April 4th. International day for Mine Awareness.
Lend Your Leg.
Despite finding solid reviews after its 2011 Sundance premiere, music video director Braden King’s debut feature, “Here,” is just now finding a theatrical release, and there’s an evocative trailer to prove it.
Vulture brings us our first look at the film, which stars Ben Foster as an American cartographer working throughout Armenia, where he stumbles across the beautiful photographer Gadarine (Lubna Azabal, last seen in “Incendies”). After coincidence brings them together twice, they strike off on a road trip of their own, exploring a romance woven between the complex views of nature along the way. Boasting an exquisitely composed visual style throughout that complements the good-looking cast, the trailer also provides glimpses of Foster and Azabal’s relationship, which seems to strike a mature, occasionally spiritual tone.
Once seemingly the second name on casting director’s lists for the “Ryan Gosling role,” Foster has turned into quite the character actor in the past few years, taking a variety of nuanced roles in excellent films. While he has not yet attained a meme (which might be for the best), his turns in “The Messenger” and “Six Feet Under” show a compelling actor ready for a challenge, which “Here” appears to embody in this brief glimpse.
Hopefully that complexity translates to the entire film, as “Here” opens April 13th in NYC before rolling out to other cities.
Oren Moverman’s crime drama “Rampart” is a gritty movie centered on an L.A. cop “doing bad things to bad people,” the director told TheWrap’s Sharon Waxman Monday night in a video interview following a Q&A at the Landmark Theater.
But he, and co-stars Woody Harrelson (the bad cop in question), Ben Foster and Brie Larson couldn’t stop goofing around after answering audience questions at TheWrap Awards Screening Series.
They turned dead serious, however, talking about Harrelson’s work in the movie.
The actor said playing “Date Rape” Dave Brown was a good challenge for “a lazy son of a bitch” like him.
“On the other hand,” he admitted to TheWrap’s Editor-in-Chief Sharon Waxman, “I felt like I was in a state of paranoia, and everything around me was dissolving, and was putting everything precious to me at risk.
“And that wasn’t the most pleasant feeling,” he said. “But when we did finally wrap that was a very satisfying day.”