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Cannes: Simon West’s ‘Salty,’ Jonathan Rhys Meyers’ ‘Damascus Cover’ Attract Buyers

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LONDON — Carnaby Intl. has added international sales during the Cannes Film Festival on Simon West’s action-comedy “Salty” and espionage thriller “Damascus Cover,” which stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers and John Hurt. “Salty” went to Flins y Piniculas for Spain, Raon in South Korea, KRU Studios in Malaysia, Vistcom for Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and India, and… Read more »

‘Tomorrowland’ Exposes Hollywood’s Originality Problem

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“Tomorrowland’s” middling debut points to a nagging problem in Hollywood. As much as people claim they love fresh and unique movies, they’re more likely to shell out money for sequels and reboots. Despite the combined star power of George Clooney and “The Incredibles” director Brad Bird, audiences weren’t sure what to make of this fantasy… Read more »

Cannes: 21 Films That Stood Out at the 2015 Festival

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Variety critics Scott Foundas, Justin Chang, Peter Debruge, Guy Lodge, Jay Weissberg and Maggie Lee weighed in with their choices for the 21 best films at this year’s Cannes Film Festival (listed in alphabetical order): 1. “Amy.” British director Asif Kapadia followed up his 2010 “Senna” with this even more daring and revealing portrait of the brilliant… Read more »

‘American Horror Story': ‘New Girl’ Star Max Greenfield Joins ‘Hotel’

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Add Max Greenfield to the list of those checking into “American Horror Story: Hotel.” The “New Girl” star is joining the cast of the fifth season of the horror anthology, creator Ryan Murphy announced on Twitter on Monday. This October, Max Greenfield (like you've never seen him) is checking in to the hotel….but not checking… Read more »

Animated Film ‘Song of the Sea’ Wins Top Prize at Irish Film and Television Awards

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LONDON — Children’s animated feature “Song of the Sea” won the top film prize at the Irish Film and Television Academy Awards for Film and Drama, which took place at the Mansion House in Dublin on Sunday. “Frank” picked up several awards, including director for Lenny Abrahamson, and supporting actor for Domhnall Gleeson. “Patrick’s Day”… Read more »

Brian Grazer Pays Tribute to ‘A Beautiful Mind’ Subject John Nash

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“A Beautiful Mind” producer Brian Grazer was among many who were shocked by the news that Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Nash and his wife Alicia were killed Saturday in a car crash in New Jersey. Grazer, who produced the Oscar-winning 2001 biopic directed by his Imagine Entertainment partner Ron Howard, realized that the end for… Read more »