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Another female love interest for Kristen. ????????????. The Ellen show. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you're not a robot. For best results, please make sure your browser is accepting cookies. Type the characters you see in this image: Try different image Conditions of Use Privacy Policy © 1996-2014,, Inc. or its affiliates. Shes got that “It” factor. Sorry haters, but she does. And she was perfect as Bella in Twilight. She WAS Bella. Barry meets the pitch perfect girl and runs away as she stalks him in the big city in this straight to DVD release. Kristen Stewart's chances at awards nominations for Seberg may be dashed as screeners for the film mistakenly play the wrong movie Published: 23:10 EST, 14 December 2019 | Updated: 03:07 EST, 15 December 2019 First there was the infamous envelope mix-up at the 2017 Academy Awards, and now this.? According to numerous awards voters, screener Blu-rays for the new Kristen Stewart film Seberg mistakenly play another awards contender ? the Adam Driver/Annette Benning drama The Report ? instead. As seen in a tweet from Hollywood Reporter awards columnist Scott Feinberg, three individuals with voting rights in the Oscar and BAFTA Awards races discovered?that the wrong movie plays when they were getting ready to watch the Benedict Andrews-directed biographical film, with Stewart playing the titular role of actress Jean Seberg. Uh-oh:?According to numerous awards voters, screener Blu-rays for the new Kristen Stewart film Seberg mistakenly play another awards contender instead 'I have now heard from three awards voters ? Academy and BAFTA ? that they popped in their SEBERG screener only to have it play THE REPORT, ' Feinberg tweeted on Friday. 'Presumably this is just the tip of the iceberg, as far as a big f-up by the shipping house. ' The next day, he updated the situation with a subsequent tweet:? 'The shipping house (all screeners must go through an Academy-approved one) has apologized to Amazon for the screw-up and is working to rectify the situation, ' his message included. The film in question: Three individuals with voting rights in the Oscar and BAFTA Awards races discovered that the wrong movie plays when they were getting ready to watch the biographical film, with Stewart playing the titular role of actress Jean Seberg Attached was a screenshot of a message from the shipping house itself, which in part stated, 'We have been advised that there was a technical error when our facility duplicated the Seberg Blu-ray discs. A subset of AMPAS [Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the governing body for the Oscars] members may have the incorrect film on the disc. ' 'We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and we will be shipping a corrected copy of Seberg by the end of this week, ' the message continued. The holidays, beginning around Thanksgiving, are said to be a major window of time during which Academy voters watch awards contenders and cast their votes, which means the mixup may very well effect the film's chances of gaining recognition. Golden Globe nominations were already announced last Monday, with awards season beginning to ramp up in earnest leading up to the February 9th Oscars.? Leading lady: Kristen appeared in support of the film at a special screening event this week in Los Angeles While both?Seberg and The Report are released by Amazon Studios, just The Report is available to stream on Amazon Prime ? Seberg can only be seen in select movie theaters after its release this past Friday, as well as on screeners mailed directly to voters. The film, which recounts Jean Seberg's struggles as a target of the Hoover-era FBI due to her involvement with the Black Panthers and Civil Rights Movement, also stars Anthony Mackie, Zazie Beetz, Vince Vaughn and Margaret Qualley. Seberg debuted this summer at the Venice Film Festival, and has made the festival rounds throughout Europe and North America before its theatrical release this week.? Based on a true story:?The film recounts Jean Seberg's struggles as a target of the Hoover-era FBI due to her involvement with the Black Panthers and Civil Rights Movement Into the void:?Seberg debuted this summer at the Venice Film Festival, and has made the festival rounds throughout Europe and North America before its theatrical release this week Advertisement.
Brian K. Vaughan's 'Ex Machina' Heading to Big Screen With 'Seberg' Writers (Exclusive) Ex Machina, the sci-fi comic book written by Brian K. Vaughan, is heading to the big screen. Anna Waterhouse and Joe Shrapnel, who wrote the recent Kristen Stewart -starring drama Seberg, have been tapped to pen the adaptation being developed by Legendary Entertainment, which will be titled The Great Machine. Vaughan will be a producer on the project. The company has acquired the rights to Machina, with the deal falling under its three-year overall film and television pact with Vaughan, the prolific creator behind Y: The Last Man, Saga and Paper Girl. A year into that pact, Machina is getting movement. The comic, which Vaughan made with artist... See full article at The Hollywood Reporter ? UK box office preview: ‘1917’ set to march into cinemas 10 January 2020 ScreenDaily Other new titles include ‘Seberg’ and ‘Uncut Gems’. eOne’s 1917, directed by Sam Mendes, and Universal ’s Seberg, starring Kristen Stewart, are among the new openers at the UK box office this weekend. First World War thriller 1917 arrives on a wave of critical acclaim, which includes nine Bafta nominations and Golden Globe wins for best drama film and best director. It will be distributed in the UK by eOne in 686 cinemas. Told in what appears to be one continuous shot, the film primarily centres on two young British soldiers on a mission to deliver a message deep in enemy territory. See full article at ScreenDaily ? Top 150 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2020: #31. Rebecca ? Ben Wheatley 03 January 2020 by Nicholas Bell Rebecca A decade into feature filmmaking and Ben Wheatley has taken it upon himself to remake Alfred Hitchcock ’s 1940 classic Rebecca, which won the Best Picture Oscar and was adapted from the seminal novel by Daphne du Maurier. The Us/UK production is a Netflix property, with a script from Jane Goldman (a Kingsman and X-Men scribe), with writing credits attributed to duo Anna Waterhouse and Joe Shrapnel. Produced by Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan, Wheatley has assembled a curious cast with Armie Hammer (who starred in Wheatley’s 2016 title Free Fire) taking over as Maxim de Winter and Lily James ( Cinderella; Mamma Mia! … See full article at ? 35 Directors Pick Their Favorite Movies of 2019 30 December 2019 by Chris O'Falt Indiewire There remains one group we’ve yet to hear from when it comes to the best films of 2019: the directors who made them. IndieWire has reached out to a number of our favorite filmmakers to share their lists and thoughts on what made this year great. As is advisable with creative people, we gave the directors a great deal of freedom in how they reflected on the year in moving images. What follows is everything ranging from traditional top 10 lists to favorite moments and performances, with lists that span TV, podcasts, and much more. This is the fourth year IndieWire has done this survey, and what was exciting about this particular group is how many are international, and the wide range of films they celebrated. If you are bored with every end-of-the-year list looking the same, you are in for a treat, as some of the best filmmakers highlight See full article at Indiewire ? Oscars: Academy Announces 344 Films Eligible for 2019 Best Picture 18 December 2019 by Marc Malkin Variety The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that 344 feature films are eligible for the 2019 Academy Awards. To be eligible for the consideration, the films must open in a commercial motion picture theater in Los Angeles County by Dec. 31, and begin a minimum run of seven consecutive days. Academy rules also state that a feature-length motion picture must have a running time of more than 40 minutes and must have been exhibited theatrically on 35mm or 70mm film, or in a qualifying digital format. Nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards will be announced on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020. The ceremony takes place on Sunday, Feb. 9, airing live from Hollywood on ABC. “ Abominable ” “ Ad Astra ” “ Adam ” “ The Addams Family ” “ The Aeronauts ” “ After the Wedding ” “ The Aftermath ” “ Aga ” “ Aladdin ” “ Alita: Battle Angel ” “ Always Be My Maybe ” “ The Amazing Johnathan ” “ American Factory ” “ American Woman ” “ Angel Has Fallen ” “ The Angry Birds Movie 2 ” “ Anna ” “ Annabelle Comes Home See full article at Variety ? ‘Uncut Gems’ and ‘Bombshell’ Soar, Malick’s ‘A Hidden Life’ Drags 15 December 2019 by Tom Brueggemann This pre-Christmas weekend often launches awards contenders into limited release ahead of wider audience attention. Both “ Uncut Gems ” ( A24) and “ Bombshell ” ( Lionsgate) gambled and won, clicking with strong New York/Los Angeles performances. On the other hand, Terrence Malick ’s “ A Hidden Life ” ( Fox Searchlight), though never expected to have the same potential, fell far short of its hopes with a weak start in the same cities. It broadens out to more limited engagements next week. “ Seberg ” ( Amazon) starring Kristen Stewart as the iconic actress booked a qualifying one-week run (with no grosses reported) ahead of further limited theatrical play, with a Prime date set for February. Opening Uncut Gems (A24) ? Metacritic: 89; Festivals include: Telluride, Toronto, New York 2019 $525, 498 in 5 theaters; PTA: $105, 100 The Safdie brothers’ character study of a troubled Diamond District merchant ( Adam Sandler) boasted a triumphant start at five New York/Los Angeles theaters. Aided by some Q&a screenings, Kristen Stewart Pic ‘Seberg’ To Roll Out In February Following Oscar Qualifying Run 12 December 2019 by Anthony D'Alessandro Deadline Exclusive: After making its limited qualifying run this Friday, Amazon Studios’ Seberg which stars Kristen Stewart as French New Wave icon and FBI target Jean Seberg will have a platform release starting Feb. 21. The noir thriller directed by Benedict Andrews and written by Anna Waterhouse and Joe Shrapnel, made its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival before continuing to Tiff, Deuville and the London Film Festival among many others. Breathless star Seberg was the center of the FBI’s attention in the late 1960s because of her support of the civil rights movement and romantic involvement with Hakim Jamal ( Anthony Mackie), among others. Seberg’s life and career are destroyed by J. Edgar Hoover ’s overreaching surveillance and harassment in an effort to suppress and discredit the actress’ activism. Stewart executive produces with Jack O’Connell, Margaret Qualley, Zazie Beetz, Yvan Attal, Stephen Root, Colm Meaney, Vince Vaughn (he plays See full article at Deadline ? How ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Fell From Grace At The Box Office With An $8M+ Opening 16 November 2019 Updated with Sunday figures: In the wake of Terminator: Dark Fate ’s failure at the B. O., and Paramount ’s recent decision to make Beverly Cops 4 for Netflix, we have the further breakdown of cinema IP in Sony ’s Charlie’s Angels reboot, which is tanking with a God-awful $8. 6M domestic opening, $27. 9M worldwide (from 26 markets), 3 Stars on Screen Engine-Comscore’s PostTrak, and a B+ Cinemascore. The Elizabeth Banks-directed-written and produced pic is also opening in 27 offshore markets, China being one where it’s also bombing, with a $7. 8M 3-day take in third place behind No. 1 local title Somewhere Winter ($13. 1M). All of this is primed to further spur a Wtf reaction and anxiety among film development executives in town in regards to what the hell exactly works in this have-and-have-not era of the theatrical marketplace. Many will make the hasty generalization that old, dusty IP doesn’t work, or is Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (‘Honey Boy’ producer) on Shia Labeouf’s ‘open and honest’ drama about troubled upbringing [Exclusive Video Interview] 15 November 2019 by Zach Laws Gold Derby Producer Brian Kavanaugh-Jones admits he “cried” when he first read Shia Labeouf ‘s script for “ Honey Boy. ” “I think everybody that has parent issues can engage in some way in the loss and pain that Shia went through. It is profoundly personal, but I think also really amazing in terms of how it is so universal. ” Watch our exclusive video interview with Kavanaugh-Jones above. See Alex Somers Interview: ‘ Honey Boy ’ composer Written by Labeouf during his own stay in rehab, the Amazon Studios release draws from many of the actor’s real-life experiences. It centers on Otis (played by Noah Jupe as a boy and Lucas Hedges as an adult), a former child actor struggling with addiction and post-traumatic stress fueled by his relationship with his abusive dad, who is actually played by Labeouf himself. Given the obvious parallels to Labeouf’s own life, one could’ve expected on-set horror stories. See full article at Gold Derby ? ‘Seberg’ Trailer: Kristen Stewart Becomes French Icon & Activist Jean Seberg In Amazon’s Upcoming Awards Contender 13 November 2019 by Matthew St. Clair The Playlist Kristen Stewart is once again going to France. She previously won a Cesar Award, the French version of the Oscars. Just last year, she was on the jury for the official selection of the Cannes Film Festival. Now, she’ll be playing one of France’s biggest icons. In “Seberg, ” Stewart plays the titular Jean Seberg who was once pursued by the FBI. Along with Stewart, the film boasts an intriguing acting ensemble. Continue reading ‘ Seberg ’ Trailer: Kristen Stewart Becomes French Icon & Activist Jean Seberg In Amazon ’s Upcoming Awards Contender at The Playlist. See full article at The Playlist ? ‘Seberg’ Trailer: Kristen Stewart Brings ‘Breathless’ Icon Jean Seberg Back to the Movies by Zack Sharf Kristen Stewart is earning rave reviews for her return to studio tentpoles in Elizabeth Banks ’ “Charlie’s Angels” reboot, but cinephiles won’t have to wait long to catch the actress’ return to indies. Stewart is the lead of the Jean Seberg
Oh I'm sorry did i break your consentration ?. Morgan Freeman looks different now a days... Saw my girl Lucy, I click. ?. Rest in peace Jean Seberg Scorpio women rule??. 0:08 Riiise n shiiiine. You nailed it guys.?? One day, you gonna be a good directors and actors. good movie to watch and enjoy the drama that you have scripted must watch movie. Anna Kendrick's best little sister role will always be in Scott Pilgrim vs the World. Just here bc o Kristen Stewart. It is sometimes hard to pinpoint where exactly films fail, the cinematography wasn't bad and you can definitely see that Kristen Stewart tried, but everything else about this film was below mediocre. Characters were one dimensional and lacked any depth, plot development, from the very moment the two main characters meet and then meet again, was abrupt and unbelievable. The other main characters - the good FBI agent vs. the bad one, were just as shallow. Not to mention the wives, whose role never went anywhere and might have as well not been in this film at all.
In the end, it simply wasn't interesting to watch and that is something no amount of blank long gazes and gratuitous nudity can fix. If you haven't yet, do yourself a favor and watch 'The Lives of Others' a 2006 German film that shares a similar theme but actually does it justice.
0:43 : You should be at least a two-star admiral, by now. Yet, here you are - captain. Why is that? Because nobody wants to see Top Gun: The Stuck Behind a Desk at the Pentagon Years. I think she's a very talented actor. I'm glad she's getting more comfortable. She's a strong and intelligent young woman. She needs that Ozark accent. Can we get a Megan Fox skin in-game.
Very happy that the trailer got released on my birthday And my father gifted me licence of scooter.??. After watching all those awful Charlies Angel's trailers this actually looks really good and I'll definitely watch it. She looks so much more confident.
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Sean Evans. You are a stand up dude. So composed. So insightful. Keep it up my dude. Kristen Stewart + Laura Dern = AMAZING CAST. She said: “revenge on a childhood bully.” But in the last scene, the bully goes: “Im your friend.” Lucy: “Ive always wanted to hear you say that.” ??♀?Make up your mind! Did you hate her? Were you jealous of her? Wtf. I dont understand.
Sorry, fans of Twilight ? the most fascinating thing about the terrible vampire franchise?is the haunted look in Kristen Stewart's eyes. If you were being particularly unkind to the blockbuster saga that catapulted her to superstardom, you might incorrectly call that expression boredom, but the same gaze has lingered in much of the actor's work since she stopped cuddling up to a fanged Robert Pattinson. It's the look of someone grappling with deep-seated uncertainty and conflict ? that is, the type of character that has marked Stewart's superb post- Twilight roles in Clouds of Sils Maria, Personal Shopper and Certain Women. And, after a big-budget detour through Charlie's Angels ' average action antics, plus dismal Alien ripoff Underwater, it's an expression she once again sports with purpose and potency in biopic Seberg. Jean Seberg, the American actor plucked from a talent search by director Otto Preminger when she was still a teenager, then cast in the starring role of Joan of Arc in her very first film, also had that same look. It's evident in her famed debut performance in 1957's Saint Joan, in her melancholy turn in Preminger's Bonjour Tristesse, and in French new wave masterpiece Breathless, the movie that cemented her place in cinema history. As Seberg shows through Stewart's dynamic yet quietly anguishedportrayal, however, that gaze became a constant off-camera as well. Focusing on a mere sliver of her career, rather than charting its eponymous figure's birth-to-death story, this engaging, intriguing thriller illustrates why a star who was acclaimed and adored across two continents came to brandish such inner sorrow ? and why that, and not her career highlights, has earned this involving film's attention. Charting scandals of both the political and personal kind, infuriating government espionage and America's heated racial divisions, this twisty true tale was always going to make it the big screen. Set against the backdrop of Hollywood's fading heyday ? the same period that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood chronicled so well so recently ? it's the story of a woman punished, like the causes she fought to support, for refusing to remain in her place. Seberg is already an international star when the movie that bears her surname begins. It's 1968 and, following her first big roles, she has spent almost a decade setting up a life in Paris. At the urging of her agent (Stephen Root), she flies back to the US to make a few undemanding genre movies, only to fall afoul of the FBI as soon as she steps onto the tarmac. Seberg's crime? Being sympathetic to Black Power activist Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie) while they're in the air, joining him in a raised-fist salute when they hit the ground and ? despite the fact that she has a husband (Yvan Attal) and?Jamal has a wife (Zazie Beetz) ??falling into bed with her new friend as well. Already surveilling Jamal, the FBI starts bugging Seberg too, tasking tech-savvy newcomer Jack Solomon (O'Connell) and heavy-handed veteran Carl Kowalski (Vince Vaughn) with listening in on her every move. As she donates to Jamal's civil rights efforts, using her status to draw attention to his cause, the government decides that she's an enemy. Through the tabloids, she's also easy to torment, discredit and destroy publicly. As the FBI's tactics ramp up, Seberg understandably reacts, while Solomon questions the morality of this state-sanctioned persecution. It's by no means a criticism of O'Connell that his storyline proves Seberg 's weakest link. Whether his character is eavesdropping on his target or arguing with his medical student wife (Margaret Qualley) about his long hours, the Skins breakout turned '71 and Money Monster star is reliably excellent ? but his part of the narrative always feels superfluous. In a tale about law enforcement secretly and maliciously harassing a real-life famous actor because the powers-that-be dislike her political affiliations, it's the victim that's of far greater interest, not the agony felt by one of the fictionalised perpetrators. That's doubly the case with an iconic figure such as Seberg and with such a tragic true story, something that screenwriters Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse ( The Aftermath) occasionally seem to forget. That said, O'Connell's character does serve an important purpose, anchoring the film's visual approach. By giving Solomon's work-mandated spying such prominence, Australian filmmaker Benedict Andrews ( Una) and Oscar-nominated cinematographer Rachel Morrison ( Mudbound) give their movie an observational air, like it's surreptitiously peering at Seberg's most intimate moments as well. And that look and feel is essential. Helped by top-notch production and costume design ? Seberg's hilltop Los Angeles house is all windows, boxing her into a glass cage above the world, for example ? Seberg steals a meaningful glimpse at the woman behind the celebrity, smears and scrutiny. It stares deeply and carefully, seeing that haunted look that Stewart wears so commandingly, and demonstrating why that tortured gaze says everything about Jean Seberg.

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