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Chloë & Theron attends the The Addams Family premiere!

By:Movie Headlines  Posted:October. 08,2019

A few days ago, the animated film The Addams Family premiered in Los Angeles, with voice actors Charlize Theron, Chloë Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard and others. Interestingly, all the actresses on the scene are handsome, either with short hair or a suit, very personal.

The Addams Family was adapted from the comic book of the same name. In 1938, the American cartoonist Charles Addams created these characters, originally published as "a series of cartoons on The New Yorker, which satirizes the American "family values". , the entire social framework has been subverted. In the 1990s, comics were transcribed into two live-action films, The Addams Family and Addams Family Values.

The new version of the lineup is strong, Oscar Isaac dubbed male owner Gomez Addams, Charlize Theron dubbed hostess Morticia Addams, Chloë Grace Moretz dubbed Venice Addams, Stranger Things Finn Wolfhard dubbing Pugsley Addams, Nick Kroll dubbing Uncle Fester, Allison Janney dubbing The Addams Family rival Margaux Needler. The film will be released on October 11.

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   But does it really exist in a form the company can share? And why would a major release like Justice League have two completely different edits? Let’s go back a few years to uncover the reality of the Snyder Cut and what would make its release possible  That cause: The release of director Zack Snyder’s original cut of Justice League    When it was first announced, Justice League was intended to be a two-part film with Snyder and stars Henry Cavill, Gadot, Affleck, Jason Momoa, Fisher, and Ezra Miller convening to film the bulk of the first film and portions of the second at Leavesden Studios in London. Much like the efforts of Warner Bros. Pictures’ cross-town superhero competition, the plan was for these two films to serve as a culmination of storylines began in Man of Steel and through Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman, and Suicide Squad. Although, once the scripts were developed, Snyder said the two films would tell distinct stories. Then, as filming commenced on Justice League in April of 2016, Batman v Superman was released to the derision of critics (it is at 27% on the Tomatometer) and, seemingly, the industry deciding en mass that the film was a creative disaster. In London, this meant the quiet cancellation of the second Justice League film and a hasty rewrite of the first film’s script to bring its story to a true conclusion. As we now understand it, the first Justice League movie was meant to end with the resurrection of Superman with the second film seeing the League assembling to fight cosmic-level bad guy Darkseid. In the years since it dissolved, Snyder offered fans glimpses of design art and storyboards from the abandoned second film thanks to his social media accounts. But even as the film soldiered on in production, it was clear to Snyder and his partners at the studio that a period of reshoots would be required. Most big-budget tentpole releases schedule some additional photography these days, but the high-profile nature of Justice League – and the growing bad buzz around Warners’ attempts to bring the DC Comics heroes to the screen – meant the work was regarded with suspicion. Of course, no one would know just how extensive these reshoots would be until Snyder delivered his first cut. As with the myth of the six-hour version of David Lynch’s Dune, the notion of the Snyder Cut begins with an assembly of the film – a compilation of the best takes chosen by editors David Brenner, Richard Pearson, Martin Walsh, and Snyder himself representing the scenes as written in the script. This version of the film definitely exists, but it is not meant for public consumption. Lacking complete special effects, utilizing a temporary soundtrack, and featuring the background studio noise of the scenes as they were filmed, an assembly is meant more to reveal what to cut from the script once the actors, technicians, and filmmakers fill in the gutters left behind by the screenplay. An actor’s expression may more effectively convey a piece of written dialogue, for example. But an assembly will give a director of a multi-million-dollar film the first inkling of what he may need to reshoot to massage the story into shape. For Dune, Lynch went back and reshot the scene in which Paul Atreides (Kyle MacLachlan) drinks the Water of Life to unite ideas and clarify ideas from a number of scenes in the assembly which were ultimately cut from the theatrical release. And while assemblies are not typically released to the public, 20th Century Fox Home Video did release an “assembly cut” of Alien3 in its Alien Quadrilogy DVD box set and the subsequent Alien Anthology Blu-ray set. Roughly 30 minutes longer than the release version, it is a surprisingly finished product which more closely reflects director David Fincher’s vision of the film before the studio took it out of his hands and removed the religious overtones and an entire chase sequence. In fact, we’re inclined to believe it is more a fine assembly or early director’s cut than a true early assemblage of material. It is the hope of those looking for a Snyder Cut that they will eventually receive something like this: a mostly completed version of the film taken from Snyder. But in reality, the film was never taken from Snyder. Instead, something far more devastating happened. Even before Snyder announced his departure from the film in May of 2017, rumors around town indicated footage from London had failed to wow Warner executives. At this point, reshoots were scheduled and Joss Whedon entered the story. At the time, he was reportedly working on a Batgirl film, but was also assisting Snyder and Warner Bros. with writing new Justice League material. Around this time, February of 2016, rumors circulated indicating Snyder had been fired, but both he and the studio quickly shot this down. But then Snyder’s family experienced an unimaginable tragedy when his daughter Autumn took her own life on March 20, 2017. Snyder subsequently said he continued to work on the film for nearly six weeks after her death in the hopes it would mitigate his grief, but it proved to be no comfort at all. He willingly handed the reins off to Whedon for the reshoots and the post-production phase. In that moment, Snyder’s cut was characterized as unfinished – and considering the realities of major Hollywood filmmaking, that is reasonable to believe. Any extensive visual effects would still be in process for months to come. Color grading, sound mixing, and other stages of the final post-production efforts would not occur until the reshoots were completed. Nonetheless, members of the production like storyboard artist Jay Oliva (who also directed many of the DC Universe Animated direct-to-video titles), Momoa, and composer Junkie XL (who was replaced by Danny Elfman for the theatrical version) all claim the film was in a much more finished state than was suggested at the moment Snyder walked away. Earlier this year, Snyder finally admitted a cut exists, but it is still unclear how finished his version might be. That ambiguity may present the biggest hurdle in getting the Snyder Cut into release. Turning the Snyder Cut from a file on a hard drive somewhere to a marketable product is a specialty of the home video market. The business may be in an era of change, but the Snyder Cut faithful hope there is enough life in home video to make this the venue in which Snyder’s version of the film can thrive. A 2006 DVD release of Dune offered fans a widescreen version of the film’s television cut, supervised by the same Universal employees who prepared the infamous “Love Conquers All” version of Brazil. Both cuts of that film emerged on a celebrated Criterion Collection laserdisc set which was later released on DVD and Blu-ray. Like Alien3, Alien and Aliens also came to DVD and Blu-ray with alternate director’s cuts representing versions of the films those directors felt more aligned with their original visions. And it was out of this ethos that Alien director Ridley Scott and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment assembled its fabulous DVD and Blu-ray releases of Blade Runner. Its high-end collector’s edition came complete with five cuts of the film and a 45-minute deleted scene compilation which almost counts as a sixth cut. As with Alien, Scott wanted fans to experience every extant version in addition to his preferred “Final Cut.” It was the sort of philosophy perfect from home video at the time and one we wish more directors would subscribe to. But in all of these cases, the films are in finished states. Has there ever been a case in which a director walked away from a film, saw it completed by someone else, only to find his vision restored many years later? As it happens, yes – and in an odd twist of fate, it is a film featuring Superman. In 1979, Richard Donner was fired from the two-part Superman production after butting heads with producers Ilya Salkind and Pierre Spengler throughout an arduous 18-month shoot. According to multiple sources, Donner managed to shoot around 70% of Superman II before it was decided to concentrate on making Superman the best it could be – which included moving Superman II’s intended ending to the first film. The suggestion may have come from A Hard Day’s Night director Richard Lester, who was on set as a consultant and would go on to finish Superman II after Donner’s departure. As Director’s Guild rules require the credited director shoot over 50% of a finished film, Lester remounted a number of scenes completed by Donner. And like Whedon’s changes to Justice League, Lester infused Superman II with a broader sense of humor. An off-screen voice shouts “I know some judo!” when the citizens of Metropolis threaten the Kryptonian criminals. A minute later, sight gags dominate while Ursa (Sarah Douglas) “blows them a kiss.” But unlike the theatrical release of Justice League, Superman II was considered the more creatively and financially successful of the two original Superman films until a critical reappraisal some years later. In 2001, editor Michal Thau approached Warner Home Video and Donner about reassembling his version of Superman II from extant material. A few years later, footage of Marlon Brando shot for the film but later deleted became available, making the Donner Cut a possibility. Working with Donner, Thau produced “The Donner Cut,” which accurately depicts the director’s plans for the film – right down to the original ending he later co-opted for Superman. It is a noble effort which cuts down on the broad humor and ups the drama, but also underscores the missed opportunity. Donner never had the chance to find a new ending for Superman II, leaving his “cut” of the film feeling strangely repetitive. Nevertheless, it proves a Snyder Cut could be finished and released. Presuming Snyder’s Justice League is in relatively the same shape as Donner’s Superman II – 70-to-80% of a complete film – then there is still a rough road ahead for the Snyder Cut. Even if it used effects shots from the theatrical version, it would still require a new post-production phase for its own final grading and mixing, parts of the process Thau undertook for the Donner Cut. At that time, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment saw it could make a profit – if even a modest one – from allowing Thau to produce an alternate Superman II. Unfortunately, the market forces allowing Warner to take a chance on the Donner Cut do not exist today. Nevertheless, Gadot, Affleck, Momoa, various members of the production, and thousands of fans all calling for the cut’s release proves there is a market for an alternate Justice League. At this point, it would just take a profit calculation to move the Snyder Cut from that hard drive to an active home video project or even a special HBO Max release sometime in 2020. In fact, this is part of why Gadot and Affleck’s endorsement of the hashtag feels so pivotal. Both still have working relationships with the studio – Gadot is still playing a character featured in Justice League – and a certain clout to make someone look at the books and see if those thousands of fans will translate into HBO Max subscribers or enough of base to release it on traditional home video. For all we know, the numbers may be crunching at the moment and The Snyder Cut may soon be an active project.

 November. 19,2019
Oscar International Feature Film changes the rules, Vote for a more democratic people!

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Oscar-winning organizer, recently announced that the International Feature Film (Best Foreign Language Film of the Year) award rules have changed to be more democratic and popular. The shortlisted shortlist was changed from the original 9 to 10, and all college members can vote. This is the first time in the history of the Oscars that all voters have been allowed to vote. The five films previously nominated for the best foreign language film are selected by only a small number of heavyweight filmmakers. Most of this is due to Oscar's own channel platform, the Academic Screening Room, where college members from around the world can watch the finalists at home, and the judges will need to spend a week or so to gather together to watch the film. This year's Oscar Awards have been selected by 93 countries and regions to compete for International Feature Film. The members of the Academy will select 7 first, plus the Executive Committee Save 3, forming 10 short lists, and then from the short list. Determine the final nomination of 5, and finally 5 to choose 1. The 10 short list will be announced on December 16 this year, and the nominated 5 works will be announced on January 13 next year, and the award will be presented on February 9. Ne Zha (the mainland of China) It is about the aura of heaven and earth that breeds a huge energy-filled pearl. Yuanshi Tianzun refines the mixed pearl into a pearl and a magical pill, and the pearl is reincarnation, which helps the Zhouzhu to be used. Giving birth to the devil is a disaster. The White Storm 2: Drug Lords (Hong Kong, China) It is said that the drug market has maintained a four-point world for a long time, but since the spread of cross-border cooperation between the Tibetan and Mexican drug lords, coupled with a series of black and black movements, the drug industry has become very popular. Dear EX (Taiwan, China) Atlantique (Senegal) Gully Boy (India) Parasite (Korea) The film is widely considered to have the best chance to be on the final nomination list. Because of the reputation and popularity of the film, from the five-year French Cannes Film Festival to the Toronto Film Festival that just ended last month, it has continued to rise. Dolor y gloria (Spain) Spain's Dolor y gloria has the same comprehensive strength in this competition as Parasite. The film is also the winning film of the Cannes Film Festival this year, and the veteran star Antonio Banderas won the film with the film. More importantly, the film's director is the master Pedro Almodovar. Weathering With You (Japan) Like mainland China, Japan is also an animated cartoon, Weathering With You directed by Xin Haicheng. His last film, Your Name, sold 575 million yuan in the mainland in 2016, and Weathering With You will also be released on the mainland on November 1 this year. A Translator (Cuba) The film was adapted from the real story that took place in 1989. After the Chernobyl nuclear accident, Marin, a professor of Russian literature at the University of Havana, was appointed as a translator between Cuban doctors and children who were exposed to radiation to help victims receive treatment. Marin was forced to pull away from the lonely and abstract academic world into this ruthless real world full of pain, trauma and medicine. Initially, he was very dissatisfied with his new job. The pain of witnessing gradually turned into a huge emotional pressure, making him more and more depressed. When Marin met a child and told him a story, Marlin began to walk into the hearts of the children, and did his best to improve their lives and ease their condition. Marin adapted to the new job, but the Cuban society had an economic crisis, and Marin’s own family also faced disintegration. Les misérables (France) It is a policeman who has been transferred from Cherbourg to work in Paris. With two experienced teammates, when performing tasks in a complex community of multi-ethnic communities in Paris, the whole situation quickly expanded and lost control due to an accident. The story of a massive violent conflict. The film was shortlisted for the main competition unit of the Cannes Film Festival this year and won the jury award. The Traitor (Italy) The Traitor is also the main competition unit of the Cannes Film Festival this year. The film director Marco Bellocchio is nearly 80 years old and has a high reputation in the international film industry. In 2011, he won the Venice Film Festival's final prize. The old man is still "fierce" and The Traitor tells the story of the Italian mafia.

 November. 01,2019
The 22nd British Independent Film Awards unveiled the nomination list!

The 22nd British Independent Film Awards unveiled the nomination list, The Personal History of David Copperfield and Wild Rose were led by 11 10 nominations respectively. In international films, Jia Yike's Ash is Purest White, this year's international film show Marriage Story, Monos, Cannes Award Parasite, Portrait de la jeune fille en feu nominated Best International Independent Film. Jessica Barden, Sally Hawkins, Renée Zellweger, Josh O'Connor, Dev Patel, Elizabeth Debicki, Tilda Swinton, Hugh Laurie and other finalists. It is reported that the award ceremony will be held on December 1.Complete nomination list:Best British Independent Film Bait For Sama The Personal History of David Copperfield The Souvenir: Part I Wild Rose Best Director Waad Al-Khateab, Edward Watts - (For Sama) Oliver Hermanus - (Moffie) Joanna Hogg - (The Souvenir) Mark Jenkin - (Bait) Asif Kapadia - (Diego Maradona) Best Actor Tom Burke - (The Souvenir) Sam Adewunmi - (The Last Tree) Kris Hitchen - (Sorry We Missed You) Josh O'Connor - (Only You) Dev Patel - (The Personal History of David Copperfield) Best Actress Jessie Buckley - (Wild Rose) Holliday Grainger - (Animals) Sally Hawkins - (Eternal Beauty) Vicky Knight - (Dirty God) Renée Zellweger - (Judy) Best Supporting Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor - (The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind) Hugh Laurie - (The Personal History of David Copperfield) Edlison Manuel Olbera Núñez - (Yuli) Peter Mullan - (The Vanishing) Bluey Robinson - (Dirty God) Best Supporting Actress Jessica Barden - (Scarborough) Ruthxjiah Bellenea - (The Last Tree) Elizabeth Debicki - (Vita and Virginia) Tilda Swinton - (The Personal History of David Copperfield) Julie Walters - (Wild Rose) Best Directorial Debut Will Becher, Richard Phelan - (Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon) Fyzal Boulifa - (Lynn + Lucy) Ninian Doff - (Boyz in the Wood) Chiwetel Ejiofor - (The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind) Harry Wootliff - (Only You) Most Promising Newcomer Sam Adewunmi - (The Last Tree) Vicky Knight - (Dirty God) Lorn Macdonald - (Beats) Roxanne Scrimshaw - (Lynn + Lucy) Honor Swinton Byrne - (The Souvenir) Debut Screenwriter Beats Days of the Bagnold Summer Wild Rose Animals Only You Best Documentary Coup 53 Diego Maradona For Sama Seahorse Tell Me Who I Am The Discovery Award A Bump Along the Way Children of the Snow Land Here for Life Muscle The Street Best Casting In Fabric The Last Tree Only You Wild Rose The Personal History of David Copperfield Best Cinematography Judy Beats The Personal History of David Copperfield Moffie In Fabric Best Editing The Personal History of David Copperfield Bait Diego Maradona The Souvenir For Sama Best Production Design The Personal History of David Copperfield The Souvenir Judy The White Crow In Fabric Best Costume Design The Personal History of David Copperfield Wild Rose The Souvenir Judy In Fabric Best Make Up & Hair Design Dirty God The Personal History of David Copperfield In Fabric Wild Rose Judy Best Effects Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon In Fabric The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind Best Sound Gwen Beats Diego Maradona Wild Rose In Fabric Best Music Wild Rose In Fabric For Sama Diego Maradona Beats Best International Independent Film Ash Is Purest White (China) Marriage Story (USA) Monos (Colombia) Parasite (Korea) Portrait de la jeune fille en feu (France) Breakthrough ProducerTucked Bait Blue Story Three Identical Strangers Moffie

 October. 31,2019

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