50 of the Most ICONIC Red Carpet Looks EVER Part 7

Today we continue with my 50 of the Most ICONIC Red Carpet Looks EVER list. I did my research. The looks in this list are all based on looks that stars wore on red carpets all over the world. Now while some might think of Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, Katherine Hepburn, Rita Hayworth, […]

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“Artemis Fowl” Premiere Red Carpet Wish List

In an effort to combat the COVID-19 crisis Disney has decided to release Artemis Fowl on Disney + next Friday, June 21. As we all continue to social distance and places like movie theaters remain closed Disney has pushed the released of basically all of their movies. Artemis Fowl was originally slated for an August […]

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2020 Cannes Film Festival What Could Have Been Wish List: “Tre Piani”

Italian director Nanni Moretti is hardly a stranger to Cannes. His kitchen-sink drama The Son’s Room picked up the Palme d’Or in 2001, and he served as president of the jury in 2012. His next film, Tre Piani, is Moretti’s first adaptation of another source material, lifting from an Israeli book by Eshkol Nevo. Moretti […]

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2020 Cannes Film Festival What Could Have Been Wish List: “The French Dispatch”

Wes Anderson has used the Berlin International Film Festival to launch his last two feature films, The Grand Budapest Hotel and Isle of Dogs” but 2020 was supposed to mark the auteur’s big return to Cannes with his new project, The French Dispatch. Anderson was last at Cannes with Moonrise Kingdom, which world premiered on […]

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2020 Cannes Film Festival What Could Have Been Wish List: “Passing”

As I was reading articles about movies that might have screened in Cannes this year I noticed A LOT of movies on these lists were directed by women. One film that was in rumored to be nearing completion of post-production was UK feature Passing directed by Rebecca Hall. The film is based on a novel […]

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2020 Cannes Film Festival What Could Have Been Wish List: “Memoria”

Thai auteur Apichatpong Weerasethakul has been a Cannes regular ever since his film Uncle Boonmee Who Could Recall His Past Lives won the Palme d’Or in 2010, but his latest film Memoria marks the first time he’s worked outside his own country. That itself is an exciting shift, given that Weerasethakul has been the foremost cinematic […]

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2020 Cannes Film Festival What Could Have Been Wish List: “Last Night in Soho”

Edgar Wright’s latest has been veiled in secrecy for months, but no bother. After all, when have Wright’s films ever benefited from leaking loglines? Who hears “zombie comedy” and foresees what Shaun of the Dead would become? In any case, what we do know is more than enough to get excited. Featuring a darling cast […]

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2020 Cannes Film Festival What Could Have Been Wish List: “Here Before”

According to Screen Daily when it came to first features there were a couple of UK features that seemed to be in post-production and ready to screen at this years Cannes Film Festival prior to the quarantine. One of these films was Stacey Gregg’s Belfast-set drama Here Before, starring Andrea Riseborough as a bereaved mother. […]

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2020 Cannes Film Festival What Could Have Been Wish List: “Between Two Worlds”

Respected screenwriter Emmanuel Carrère’s second film Between Two Worlds, starring Juliette Binoche as an investigative journalist who goes undercover as a cleaner to probe social precarity in the northern French port of Caen, had been submitted for consideration for the 2020 Cannes Film Festival official selection. His debut feature The Moustache premiered in Directors’ Fortnight in 2005 and […]

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