Allison Janney Joins The Girl On The Train Empire Magazine

Playing a police detective Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson, Haley Bennett, Jared Leto and Justin Theroux are already all aboard, but The Girl On The Train is still accepting more passengers. Allison Janney is the latest to join the ensemble cast for Tate Taylor’s adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ bestseller. ….Read More Via:: EMPIRE MAGAZINE

Pitchfork Music Fest announces 2016 dates (tix on sale) BROOKLYN VEGAN

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photo: Pitchfork 2015 (more by James Richards IV) The 2016 Pitchfork Music Festival will happen at Chicago’s Union Park from July 15 – 17. They haven’t announced any of the performers yet, but three-day passes and daily tickets are on sale now. Continue reading “Pitchfork Music Fest announces 2016 ….Read More Via:: BROOKLYN VEGAN

Quint reviews the Coen Bros joint HAIL, CAESAR! Ain't It Cool

Did Ain’t It Cool’s Eric “Quint” Vespe love the new Coen Brothers movie? Would that it’were so simple… Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with some thoughts on the newest flick from the Brothers Coen. I have to preface this review with a little ….Read More Via:: AIN

'Interstellar' Cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema Reteams With Christopher Nolan For 'Dunkirk' THE PLAYLIST

When Christopher Nolan went into outer space for “Interstellar,” it was without longtime cinematographer Wally Pfister, who had been with the director since “Memento,” but turned to a directing career of his own starting with the unfortunate “Transcendence.” Nolan’s choice to lens his ode to the galactic power of love ….Read More Via:: THE PLAYLIST

Sundance Doc Audience Award Winner 'Jim: The James Foley Story' Paints Harrowing Portrait of ISIS Captive Thompson on Hollywood

Access often makes the difference between a good and a great documentary. When the family of the late freelance war journalist James Foley—who was executed on camera by Isis for the world to see, something that is not shown in HBO’s “Jim: The James Foley Story”—decided to pursue a documentary ….Read More Via:: THOMPSON on Read more

'Peak TV' or Peak OTT? From Louis C.K. to Seeso, Players Jockey for Position in a Crowded Market Thompson on Hollywood

He isn’t a streaming service, exactly, but when Louis C.K. dropped the first episode of his new series “Horace and Pete” last Saturday, it had the feeling of a gauntlet thrown. Written, directed, produced, financed, and distributed by the comedian himself, “Horace and Pete” isn’t just the ne plus ultra ….Read More Via:: THOMPSON on Read more