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A tale of friendship, betrayal and dealing with the world around us, Sally Potter’s “Ginger and Rosa”, which screened at this year’s London Film Festival, stars Elle Fanning and Alice Englert as the titular characters. Best friends from birth, their lives begin to take different paths against the backdrop of early 1960s Britain, the Cuban Missile Crisis and a burgeoning protest scene against the nuclear bomb.Read More
Elle Fanning goes British in the first trailer for Sally Potter’s 1960s coming of age drama “Ginger and Rosa” (formerly “Bomb”), joining newcomer Alice Englert in the tale of the two titular best friends growing up amidst a tumultuous time in history. The film premiered to mixed reviews in Telluride and will be seen by a much larger pool when it screens in Toronto starting this Sunday. The two girls giggle, hold hands and protest the Cold War together, but the inevitable fissures in their bond are already visible, withRead More
Sally Potter’s 1960s set coming of age drama “Ginger and Rosa” (formerly titled “Bomb”) was just announced this morning to be a Special Presentation at the Toronto International Film Festival and the first photo from the film as been released as well. Rising stars Elle Fanning and Alice Englert (who filmed this before landing potential teen franchise “Beauitful Creatures”) star as a pair of lifelong best friends whose diverging ideologies at such a politically volatile time in history also clashes with personal betrayals. Fanning’s Ginger is at the heart ofRead More
With all the high profile names joining the ever-growing cast of West Memphis Three dramatization “The Devil’s Knot” – Colin Firth, Reese Witherspoon, “The Killing” star Mireille Enos and most recently Alessandro Nivola – the trio of accused teenagers at the center of the high profile court case remained uncast. That has now changed as Deadline reports Justin Castor has been chosen to play James Baldwin in the film, while Kristopher Higgins will play Jessie Misskelley. Casting for the role of Damien Echolls, painted as the leader of the trio,Read More
Here’s a first look at Abigail Breslin in new film Janie Jones also starring Elisabeth Shue and Alessandro Nivola. Premièring back in April at Tribeca Film Festival, the film has received solid reviews ready for wide release on October 28th this year. Also starring Brittany Snow, Frank Whaley, Joel Moore and Peter Stormar, the film follows an ageing rocker, whose life is suddenly transformed when his teenage daughter is left in his care. Rocker Ethan Brand (Alessandro Nivola) and his band, the Ethan Brand Experience, are on the comeback trailRead More