January 26th, 2017 / 2 Comments

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From The Playlist:

Earlier this month, it was revealed that James Gray‘s “The Lost City Of Z” starring Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson had lost its appeal with the MPAA as they attempted to overturn the film’s R rating. So instead, the film has been edited to earn a PG-13 rating.

A recent bulletin from the Motion Picture Association of America (and a notice from Film Ratings; …) confirms that picture has been re-rated, and adds “only this edited version is rated.” As for what exactly got cut, your guess is as good as ours, though hopefully changes weren’t too drastic, and just tamped down any violence and nudity to get it under the wire for a PG-13 rating.

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UPDATED from The Film Stage:

Update: A source close to The Lost City of Z tells us 14 frames, which amounts to less than one second, were excised from a battle sequence, which, apparently, Gray didn’t consider a concession or clear point of difference from what premiered in October. The absurdity of the MPAA flipping a switch on the basis of that alone is rather evident, but a different discussion for a different day. Rest easy: the film that I saw is essentially what you will see.  …

January 16th, 2017 / 2 Comments

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According to Launching Films:

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From what I can gather about “Venue:  saturation”,  it appears that:

A saturation release ‘at cinemas everywhere’ may open simultaneously on 1,000 screens UK-wide, playing at two or more screens per multiplex. This strategy, usually deployed for ‘tentpole’ titles such as large-scale sequels or star-led holiday releases, helps to accommodate mass audiences eager to consume a film at the earliest opportunity.

You can compare releases:  La La Land, Assassin’s Creed, Lion & Jackie, for example, are listed as “Venue: saturation”.  Meanwhile Manchester by the Sea is “Venue: wide”. I have to say if I was in the UK I would be ecstatic that I’m not seeing the word “Key Cities” or “Limited”.

Remember though, all release dates are subject to change, but at this stage it looks like 24 March 2017 is definitely the date.

January 11th, 2017 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson “Good Time” Delivery Spring 2017

You might recall back in October 2016, we posted that Robert Pattinson “Good Time” was included in Memento Films’ AFM lineup with a new promo reel.  It’s now included in Memento Films’ Sundance catalogue under “Upcoming” and still quotes “Delivery Spring 2017”.  They have of course updated the description and added A24.  Spring is just around the corner isn’t it!




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January 4th, 2017 / 1 Comment

Robert Pattinson “High Life” filming possibly delayed

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Both The Playlist and The Film Stage are reporting that Claire Denis’s new film “Dark Glasses” which will star Juliette Binoche and Gérard Depardieu will push back the Spring shoot of Robert Pattinson “High Life”.  Dark Glasses will start shooting in a couple of weeks according to France 3 and will be a 7 week shoot with an autumn | fall release (according to The Film Stage).  For how long this will push back the filming – time will tell.  Ioncinema reported this back on 30 December 2017 – I like the way Nicholas Bell looks at it:

Anytime Claire Denis has a new film is cause for pause. Usually taking several years between projects as of late (her last film was 2013’s Bastards), we’re thrilled to see her potentially unveil two new titles over the course of a year. Although High Life was supposed to have gone into production first, it would seem Black Glasses might be the first to reach post—although whether Denis plans on unveiling in 2017 or holding off for a double feature in 2018 is yet to be seen.

In any event, as I said on Twitter, the film was scheduled for a 2018 release.  I’m a patient person.

Of course I’ll keep you posted when more information is to hand.

January 2nd, 2017 / 3 Comments


I knew Robert Pattinson’s character name in Good Time was “Connie” and I had previously seen a mention that the full name was “Connie Nikas” but it was never confirmed on IMDbPro until now. Hmmm looks like Robert might be playing someone with Greek heritage – this should be interesting.  Might explain the perm ha!

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November 25th, 2016 / No Comments


According to IMDbPro, the UK office of Fintage House – Film & TV House has the UK distribution rights for Robert Pattinson “The Trap”.  This movie better happen.  Hopefully the other offices follow suit since I spy and Australian contact.  Adding to our list of distributors currently on our Film page

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