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Did Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney Tie the Knot? Couple Photographed Outside NYC Courthouse

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Did Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney Tie the Knot? Couple Photographed Outside NYC Courthouse
Did Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney just say their “I do’s” — or pick up a marriage license?

The couple was photographed outside of Manhattan marriage bureau in New York City on Monday where Lawrence, 29, smiled as she stepped outside with Maroney, 34.

The Oscar-winning actress held what appeared to be a document as she wore a large, gray blazer with jeans a circular sunglasses. Maroney, an art gallery director, wore a white sweatshirt and blue slacks.

The pair, who have been linked since June 2018, was also joined by two security guards, a photographer and a friend, according to Page Six.
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Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney Spotted at New York City Marriage Bureau

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Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney Spotted at New York City Marriage Bureau
Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney look to be one step closer to tying the knot.

On Monday, the actress, 29, and her art gallery director fiancé, 34, stepped out in New York City, where they were spotted at a Manhattan marriage bureau with paperwork.

In photos obtained by Page Six, Lawrence wore a large, gray blazer with jeans and circular sunglasses, while Maroney opted for a white sweatshirt and blue slacks.

The pair, who have been linked since June 2018, was also joined by two security guards, a photographer, and a friend, according to the outlet.

A rep for the actress confirmed to
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Exclusive Interview – Writer-director Atom Egoyan discusses Guest of Honour at Tiff 2019

Ricky Church chats with writer-director Atom Egoyan about Guest of Honour

Over the course of the Toronto International Film Festival, I got the chance to speak with director Atom Egoyan for latest film Guest of Honour (read our review here). The film sees David Thewlis (Harry Potter) as Jim, a city health inspector and father to Laysla De Oliveira’s (The Gifted) Veronica, a former high school music teacher who lands herself in jail and is not only content, but more than willing to stay there. As Jim deals with his daughter’s sentence, he throws himself further into his work and begins going after restaurateurs with more than professional zeal.

Much of the film deals with Jim and Veronica going through their own grief process and dealing with their guilt in very different ways. The non-linear structure of the story showcases the different perspectives they have as a father
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West Australia’s CinefestOZ Highlights the Joy of Small Festivals

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“H is for Happiness” was a popular winner on the first Saturday of September at the CinefestOZ festival in Western Australia. Not only is the picture uplifting — a 12-year-old girl who is inspired by an unusual new boy at her school and challenges herself to mend her broken family – “Happiness” was made locally, just a few miles from where the prizes were handed out at the Orana Cinema in Bussleton.

There was always a good chance that a local film was always going to come out on top. Among the five films in competition others had West Australian connection or included festival returnees.

The West Australian focus is no accident, though it is not where the 12-year-old festival started.

In its early days, CinefestOZ had sought a niche as festival focusing on Australian and French films and cultural connections between the two countries. That was a calculated attempt to capitalize
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Ethan Hawke Is Absolutely Thrilled With His Daughter Maya's Stranger Things Performance

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Maya Hawke has been getting a lot of buzz for her performance as Robin in Stranger Things season three, but she has at least one very special fan who has been in her corner since the beginning - her dad, Ethan Hawke. The Juliet, Naked actor recently shared a message of praise for his oldest child on Instagram and applauded her contribution to the Netflix series. How sweet!

"Some of you may have missed her in last year's BBC production of Little Women. Some of you may have missed her work at Juilliard," Ethan wrote in an Instagram post on July 6. "I know many missed out on numerous high school productions - heck I even missed a few and I'm her father. Some of you may know her music, some may not. But Ladies & Gentleman, get to know Maya Hawke. She's the real thing."

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‘State of the Union’ Review: A 10-Minute Fix for a Broken Marriage — and TV

‘State of the Union’ Review: A 10-Minute Fix for a Broken Marriage — and TV
“Discussing a malfunctioning marriage is depressing and time-consuming,” Rosamund Pike’s Louise tells her husband, Tom (Chris O’Dowd), late in Sundance’s excellent and experimental new series State of the Union. The show, reuniting the High Fidelity team of writer Nick Hornby and director Stephen Frears, aims to prove her wrong on both counts.

Each of its 10 episodes runs only 10 minutes(*), taking place entirely in and around the pub where the estranged spouses meet to pregame their weekly marriage counseling. And the installments are lightly comedic at least as
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Memo to Emmy voters: Here’s 5 overlooked people you should nominate for Best Character Voice-Over Performance

Memo to Emmy voters: Here’s 5 overlooked people you should nominate for Best Character Voice-Over Performance
For the past several Emmys, the category of Best Character Voice-Over Performance has lacked excitement with “Family Guy” winning for the past three years. Instead of nominating the same people again from “Family Guy” or “The Simpsons” (as great as those performances are), it’s time for some new and deserving people to break into the category. With that in mind, we offer our memo to Emmy voters: here are five overlooked performers from this past year that would be inspired choices to make it into this year’s competition. Do you agree with these suggestions? Let us know in the discussion thread in our forums right here.

See‘BoJack Horseman’ Episodes Ranked Worst to Best

Will Arnett, “BoJack Horseman

It’s no secret that Arnett is a fantastic actor, having given great performances on “Arrested Development,” “30 Rock” and the Lego version of Batman, but his work on “BoJack
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Discovery Channel Promotes ‘Deadliest Catch’ Producer Joseph Boyle To Svp Production & Development

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Exclusive: Deadliest Catch producer Joseph Boyle has hauled in a promotion at Discovery Channel. The Emmy winner has been upped to Svp Production and Development.

Boyle joined Discovery in 2013 and most recently served as VP Production and Development. He has earned a combined six career Emmy noms — including two last year — for producing Deadliest Catch and Naked and Afraid. He took home the hardware for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program in 2015 as part of the Deadliest Catch team. He also spearheaded the spinoff Naked and Afraid Xl and Ep’d Cooper’s Treasure, among other Discovery credits.

“Joe has a passion for telling stories and an incredible creative vision,” said Nancy Daniels, Chief Brand Officer at Discovery & Factual, to whom Boyle will continue to report. “He has not only cultivated new programs for the network but has re-invigorated many of our longest-running hit series. I’m excited to have him continue
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Mike Leigh Got Away with Murder with ‘Peterloo,’ But Lost Amazon a Ton of Money

Mike Leigh Got Away with Murder with ‘Peterloo,’ But Lost Amazon a Ton of Money
After years of talking to Mike Leigh, whether at the Carlton Beach at Cannes, on a gondola at Telluride, or a plush hotel suite in Toronto, I’ve gotten used to being reminded that — in his eyes — I don’t know enough about his movies. That’s how he rolls.

Here’s what I do know: At age 76, Leigh has delivered the most ambitious, gorgeous, and expensive period recreation of his storied career, “Peterloo.” And, at $18 million, the film stood very little chance of making money for Amazon Studios. While he is deeply respected as one of the finest living auteurs with his exacting and unique creative process, his top-grossing movie was “Secrets & Lies,” back in 1996. That film, which received five Oscar nominations for October Films, made $26.4 million in today’s dollars — and it was released more than two decades ago, when independent films occupied a different place in our culture.
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Mike Leigh Got Away with Murder with ‘Peterloo,’ But Lost Amazon a Ton of Money

Mike Leigh Got Away with Murder with ‘Peterloo,’ But Lost Amazon a Ton of Money
After years of talking to Mike Leigh, whether at the Carlton Beach at Cannes, on a gondola at Telluride, or a plush hotel suite in Toronto, I’ve gotten used to being reminded that — in his eyes — I don’t know enough about his movies. That’s how he rolls.

Here’s what I do know: At age 76, Leigh has delivered the most ambitious, gorgeous, and expensive period recreation of his storied career, “Peterloo.” And, at $18 million, the film stood very little chance of making money for Amazon Studios. While he is deeply respected as one of the finest living auteurs with his exacting and unique creative process, his top-grossing movie was “Secrets & Lies,” back in 1996. That film, which received five Oscar nominations for October Films, made $26.4 million in today’s dollars — and it was released more than two decades ago, when independent films occupied a different place in our culture.
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‘On the Rocks’: Marlon Wayans Joins Sofia Coppola’s Apple/A24 Movie

‘On the Rocks’: Marlon Wayans Joins Sofia Coppola’s Apple/A24 Movie
It comes as little surprise that Bill Murray is in Sofia Coppola’s upcoming “On the Rocks,” but the latest addition to the cast is a bit unusual: Marlon Wayans, who just joined the joint venture between Apple and A24. The actor, comedian, and screenwriter has mostly appeared in comedies throughout his career, from spoofs like “Scary Movie” and “A Haunted House” to TV series like “In Living Color” and his sitcom “Marlon,” but his filmography is not without auteur projects: Wayans worked with Darren Aronofsky on “Requiem for a Dream” and the Coen Brothers on “The Ladykillers.”

He’s also been involved with several Netflix projects of late, starring in 2017’s “Naked” and the upcoming “Sextuplets”; the streaming service also has exclusive rights to “Marlon” in many regions, advertising it as a Netflix Original outside the Us. Deadline first broke the news of his casting.

“On the Rocks,” which
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Marlon Wayans Boards Sofia Coppola’s Apple-A24 Movie ‘On The Rocks’

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Marlon Wayans Boards Sofia Coppola’s Apple-A24 Movie ‘On The Rocks’
Exclusive: Marlon Wayans has joined Bill Murray and Rashida Jones in Apple-A24’s first movie On the Rocks from Oscar-winning director Sofia Coppola.

As previously announced, On the Rocks follows a young mother (Jones) who reconnects with her larger than life playboy father (Murray) on an adventure through New York. The film will lense in New York and reps Murray and Coppola’s reteam following Lost in Translation, which Coppola took a screenwriting Academy Award for, and the 2015 Netflix holiday special A Very Murray Christmas. Coppola is producing with Youree Henley. Mitch Glazer and Roman Coppola are also executive producing. Actor and comedian Wayans is the co-creator and star of the Warner Bros. TV sketch series The Wayans Bros and his own comedy NBC comedy series Marlon. He’s the star and co-creator of the Scary Movie franchise and has starred in such movies as the Coen Brothers’ The Ladykillers,
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CAA Signs Screenwriter/Author Nick Hornby

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Exclusive: CAA has signed screenwriter and author Nick Hornby.

Hornby’s novels adapted for the screen include High Fidelity, About A Boy, Fever Pitch, A Long Way Down and Juliet, Naked. His books have sold 6 million copies worldwide. As screenwriter, he adapted the 2014 film Wild, which starred Reese Witherspoon and Laure Dern. He received Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar nominations for Brooklyn and An Education, both films earning Best Picture and Best Actress nominations.

He will continue to be represented by Jenne Casarotto of Casarotto Ramsay & Associates in the UK.
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‘Peterloo’ Review: Mike Leigh Revisits a Historical Tragedy

‘Peterloo’ Review: Mike Leigh Revisits a Historical Tragedy
What possessed the British Tory government to order a military charge on horseback into a crowd of over 100,000 unarmed, working-class protesters? The place is St. Peter’s Field in Manchester, England, and the slaughter ended with 18 dead and hundreds injured as the cavalry — swords drawn — slashed through a gathering of dissenters in an enclosed space that made them ducks in a barrel. The time is August, 16, 1819, though Mike Leigh’s painstaking re-creation of the Peterloo massacre might as well be happening right now outside your window. Rest assured, there was
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‘Pennyworth’: Emma Paetz & Jessica Ellerby Cast In Epix’s Batman Prequel Series

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‘Pennyworth’: Emma Paetz & Jessica Ellerby Cast In Epix’s Batman Prequel Series
Exclusive: Emma Paetz (Gentleman Jack) is set as a series regular and Jessica Ellerby (Lovesick) will recur opposite Jack Bannon and Ben Aldridge in Pennyworth, Epix’s upcoming Batman sequel from Gotham showrunner Bruno Heller, executive producer/director Danny Cannon and Warner Horizon Scripted TV.

The 10-episode, hourlong drama series is based on DC Comics characters created by Bob Kane with Bill Finger. It follows Bruce Wayne’s legendary butler, Alfred Pennyworth (Bannon), a former British Sas soldier in his 20s who forms a security company and goes to work with a young billionaire Thomas Wayne (Aldridge), who’s not yet Bruce’s father, in 1960s London. The series also stars Paloma Faith (Bet Sykes), Jason Flemyng (Lord Harwood), Ryan Fletcher (Dave Boy) and Hainsley Lloyd Bennett (Bazza).

Paetz will portray Martha Kane, who eventually will become Martha Wayne, mother of Bruce. Ellerby will recur as The Queen.

Heller and
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Ethan Hawke Joins RZA's New Orleans Heist Thriller Cut Throat City

Ethan Hawke Joins RZA's New Orleans Heist Thriller Cut Throat City
It was announced today that Four-time Oscar-nominated actor Ethan Hawke has signed on the New Orleans-set heist movie Cut Throat City, directed by RZA (of the Wu Tang Clan). The film also stars Terrence Howard, Wesley Snipes, Eiza Gonz&#225lez, Kat Graham, Tip "T.I." Harris, Joel David Moore, Isiah Washington, Keean Johnson, Sam Daly, Denzel Whitaker, Rob Morgan, Rich Paul, Demetrius Shipp Jr. and Shameik Moore. Well Go USA preemptively acquired North American rights earlier this year for the picture for a nationwide theatrical release in 2019. Xyz Films is handling international sales.

Cut Throat City is produced by Elliott Michael Smith and Sean Lydiard of Rumble Riot Pictures. Michael Mendelsohn (Patriot Pictures and Union Patriot Capital Management), William Clevinger, Kyle Tekiela, and RZA, with P.G. Cuscheri writing the original screenplay. Natalie Perrotta Jon Levin, Roger Goff, and Jim Steele are Executive Producing and Jarod Einsohn is co-producing. The
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Ethan Hawke Joins Terrence Howard, Wesley Snipes In The RZA-Directed Heist Thriller ‘Cut Throat City’

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Ethan Hawke Joins Terrence Howard, Wesley Snipes In The  RZA-Directed Heist Thriller ‘Cut Throat City’
Exclusive: Four-time Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke is set to appear in heist thriller Cut Throat City, joining Terrence Howard, Wesley Snipes, Eiza González, Kat Graham, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Joel David Moore, Isiah Washington, Keean Johnson, Sam Daly, Denzel Whitaker, Rob Morgan, Rich Paul, Demetrius Shipp Jr., and Shameik Moore. The New Orleans-set film is directed by Wu Tang Clan’s RZA and based on a script from P.G. Cuscheri.

Hawke will play Jackson Symms, a highly respected city councilman and retired Nola deputy chief who has a keen sense of the less fortunate community members who he serves. The 9th Ward is his district.

The pic centers around four boyhood friends return to New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward after Hurricane Katrina, they find their home decimated and prospects for work swept away. Turning to a local gangster for employment, the crew is hired to pull off a daring casino heist,
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‘Peterloo’ Dp Dick Pope on the Making of a Massacre

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Cinematographer Dick Pope has collaborated with iconic director Mike Leigh for over two decades and set out to apply their unique approach to filming to the story of the 1819 British massacre of demonstrators known to history as Peterloo. A study of workers, factory owners, the clergy and the crown, whose conflicting interests build to a brutal bloodbath on St. Peter’s Field in Manchester, the film represented the greatest technical challenge Pope has faced, he says.

Competing for the Golden Frog at EnergaCamerimage and shot at historic locations, the production was built up from a focus on actors and performances as its foundation, says Pope, an approach he and Leigh have used throughout their collaboration on films including “Naked,” “Vera Drake” and “Mr. Turner.”

You’ve been on juries here at EnergaCamerimage more than once. What do you notice in different choices younger cinematographers are making?

I do find in
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'Bohemian Rhapsody' holds UK top spot as challengers bite the dust

Queen biopic passes £20m in two weeks.

RankFilm / DistributorThree-day gross (Nov 2-4) Gross Week 1 Bohemian Rhapsody (20th Century Fox) £5.7m £20.4m 2 2 A Star Is Born (Warner Bros) £1.8m £22.9m 5 3 The Nutcracker And The Four Realms (Disney) £1.8m £1.8m 1 4 Smallfoot (Warner Bros) £1.1m £10.2m 4 5. Johnny English Strikes Again (Universal) £1m £16.4m 5

Today’s Gbp to Usd conversion rate: 1.30.

20th Century Fox

Bohemian Rhapsody dropped by just 11% to stay top of the UK box office in its second week on release. It took £5.7m over the weekend from 682 locations, and is already up to £20.4m in the territory.

Although it is behind
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Chris O'Dowd: ‘I was the funny friend of the girls I fancied. It was a comfort’

It’s years since Chris O’Dowd played a lovable fool in the It Crowd. He’s made it big in Hollywood, married, had two kids and – despite appearances – has his feet firmly on the ground. So why is he still everyone’s favourite slacker?

Chris O’Dowd ambles into a Shoreditch café to meet me a week before he turns 39. But by his own biological calendar, that birthday is long gone. In O’Dowd years, he’s already 52. “It’s like, ‘Am I not fucking 40 yet?’ I turned 39 when I was about 26. I feel like I’ve been very old for a very long time,” he says, squinting his close-set eyes. “I was the youngest and last kid [of five], left at home as my parents were breaking up. As a 15-year-old, I took on the behaviour of the man of the house. I was a child-man. That’s why I
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