Robert Pattinson and Suki Waterhouse are getting in some exercise.
13.02.2024 - 14:32 / deadline.com
EXCLUSIVE: Tessa Ross and Juliette Howell do not court publicity and when the duo welcome Deadline to their London office in early February, it is the first interview they have given about House Productions since they set up the film and TV outfit nearly seven years ago.
The Zone of Interest and The Iron Claw are in UK movie theaters when we speak, serving as a timely reminder of the company’s film credits, which have been built brick by brick. A second season of James Graham’s drama series Sherwood will drop in coming months on the BBC and the House principals are fresh back from L.A. as they line up U.S. partners for new projects.
Drama in the works include a series about the Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster, a TV adaptation of the musical Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder, and an early-stage project with Ncuti Gatwa. In film, there is an adaptation of an Eimear McBride novel, and a starry cast will soon be announced for The Semplica Girl Diaries. Richard Ayoade is starring in and will direct the latter, from a script he wrote with George Saunders, and Cornerstone is handling sales.
The existing slate is diverse. On the film side, it ranges from genre piece and Matt Smith-starrer Starve Acre to Andrea Arnold’s much anticipated film Bird, about which little is known, but which will be ready later this year. In TV, the slate includes varied fare such as Italian-language mafioso drama The Good Mothers and British political drama Brexit: The Uncivil War.
The through line is that each has a discernible voice, and the imprint of the writer or director can be seen and heard. “That’s why we think we can do things differently, it is about the creative, it is about the author and authorship,” says Howell. “That purity and
Robert Pattinson and Suki Waterhouse are getting in some exercise.
Frank Turner has shared new single ‘Girl From The Record Shop’. Check it out below as Turner talks to NME about new album ‘Undefeated’ and his continuing endeavours with the Music Venue Trust.The energetic new track is the second single to be taken from ‘Undefeated’, which is due out on May 3 via Xtra Mile.
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There are two things the Real Housewives franchise reliably delivers on – binge-worthy drama and documenting the lavish lifestyles of the show’s stars.
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Summer House is returning THIS week for it’s eighth season!
Joe Keery is known to the world as bully-turned-baby-sitter, Steve, in the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things. The show is currently in the process of filming its final season, but fans desperate for their next fix of the actor can currently find him starring in new movie Marmalade. Available now on digital platforms, Marmalade is a quirky crime noir thriller with an added helping of romance.
EXCLUSIVE: Martin Scorsese is returning to the Berlin Film Festival tomorrow for the first time in a decade. The cinema legend, currently on the awards circuit with latest epic Killers Of The Flower Moon, will be feted with the Berlinale‘s highest honor, its lifetime achievement Golden Bear.
With a fresh Leading Actress Oscar nomination for the role of Mollie Kyle in Martin Scorsese‘s Killers of the Flower Moon, Lily Gladstone is next set to enter sci-fi territory with upcoming movie The Memory Police—a move that will also reunite her with Scorsese, set to executive produce.
told the outlet. “We should have prepped the ground and buried a pad, but we were in a rush to get the shot done in the fading light.”The Academy Award winner remembered becoming concerned about the setup of the stunt moments ahead of jumping.“With hundreds of extras around, arrows flying and burn pots setting the castle on fire, there was no pulling out,” Crowe said.
S.J. Clarkson, the director of Madame Web, explains why the Spider-Women characters were not completely fleshed out in the film.
Jordan Moreau Roll for performance! “Twenty-Sided Tavern,” the first official Dungeons & Dragons live theatrical experience, is coming to a New York theater this spring. The popular tabletop roleplaying game, which was brought to the big screen last year in the film “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves,” is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. In “Twenty-Sided Tavern,” the audience plays a role in the show by voting on key story decisions through an app.
Ellise Shafer During the Berlin Film Festival press conference for his newest film “Small Things Like These,” Cillian Murphy reflected on the “collective trauma” of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries. “Small Things Like These” focuses on the “horrific asylums run by Roman Catholic institutions from the 1820s until 1996, ostensibly to reform ‘fallen young women,’” according to its synopsis.
EXCLUSIVE: It is exactly 13 years to the day that Ralph Fiennes’ feature directorial debut Coriolanus – in which he also starred alongside Gerard Butler, Vanessa Redgrave and Brian Cox – world premiered to acclaim at the 2011 Berlinale.
EXCLUSIVE: Ewan McGregor (Obi-Wan Kenobi) has signed on to star opposite Anne Hathaway in Warner Bros. Motion Picture Group’s currently untitled new film from David Robert Mitchell, the filmmaker behind titles like It Follows and Under the Silver Lake.
Ken Burns‘ two-part, four-hour documentary Leonardo da Vinci is set to air on November 18-19 from 8-10 p.m. ET on PBS. The project, co-directed with Sarah Burns and Dave McMahon, is Burns’ first non-American subject.
Taylor Swift is reportedly planning to direct her new film after her current ‘Eras Tour’ ends.Back in December, it was revealed that Swift would direct her first feature-length film for Searchlight Pictures. The singer-songwriter was reported to have written an original script for the movie, with details on the plot and characters currently unknown.Searchlight presidents, David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield, said at the time: “Taylor is a once in a generation artist and storyteller.
EXCLUSIVE: Independent Artist Group has signed Countess Luann de Lesseps, one of the original cast members of the majorly popular Bravo series The Real Housewives of New York City.
Brent Lang Executive Editor Universal is down a director for its next “Jurassic World” installment after negotiations with David Leitch went the way of the dinosaur. The parting is said to be amicable. However, the breakdown in talks leaves the studio in search of a new filmmaker to take over one of its most popular franchises.
Selome Hailu Manolo Caro has entered a multi-year first look deal with Onyx Collective alongside Rafael Ley and Maria Jose Cordova of Woo Films, who produced Caro’s Netflix series “The House of Flowers.” Along with “The House of Flowers,” which ran for three seasons from 2018 to 2020, Caro is known for creating Netflix’s 2020 limited series “Someone Has to Die” and directing films including 2016’s “Tales of an Immoral Couple” and 2018’s “Perfect Strangers.” Woo Films has been behind several of Caro’s projects as well as films the Netflix films “Noise” (2022) and “Where the Tracks End” (2023) and the Viggo Mortensen-led “Eureka” (2023). “Manolo Caro is in a rare class of storytellers who blend heart and humor to reveal the essence of what makes us all human,” said Tara Duncan, president of Onyx Collective.