Mia Wasikowska

'Maps to the Stars' Trailer: David Cronenberg's Dank, Dark World Behind Stardom

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by Nick Romano September 10, 2014 03:50 PM
eOne Films
After the film made the rounds at TIFF this year, with our own Mike Ryan calling it an "interesting bad movie," a new 'Maps to the Stars' trailer has debuted. It's pretty apparent from the footage that director David Cronenberg doesn't care too much for the glamorization of Hollywood. Still, without a clear Best Picture Oscar frontrunner just yet, this film remains one to watch.

TIFF 2014: 'Maps to the Stars' May Be a Bad Movie, But It's at Least Interesting

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by Mike Ryan September 05, 2014 08:08 AM
Focus
‘Maps to the Stars’ is not a very good movie – but there’s a difference between a bad movie and an interesting bad movie. ‘Maps to the Stars’ is the latter. It is certainly interesting. And it’s apparent that Toronto’s favorite son, Cronenberg, does not care too much for Hollywood -- but that’s such a tired sentiment, and beating it over our heads that everyone is terrible doesn’t really bring anything new to anything. ‘Maps to the Stars’ portrays itself as edgy and weird, but it just all feels so obvious.

'Crimson Peak' Set Photos: First Look at Guillermo del Toro's Horror Story

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by Nick Romano April 16, 2014 04:23 PM
PacificCoastNews.com
A few days ago, photos snapped from the set of Guillermo del Toro's upcoming horror tale, 'Crimson Peak,' hit the web, though only offering a few glimpses at production. However, a proper look at two of the leading cast members, Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska, in full costume are here to give us more insight into this film.

'Maps to the Stars' Trailer: David Cronenberg Goes to Hollywood

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by Britt Hayes April 14, 2014 03:28 PM
http://youtu.be/v5Lsa9gSuXc
The first trailer for David Cronenberg's 'Maps to the Stars' has arrived online, reuniting the director with his 'Cosmopolis' stars Robert Pattinson and Sarah Gadon, as well as Cronenberg newbies like John Cusack, Julianne Moore, and Mia Wasikowska in this tale of the horrible treatment of child stars and the dark side of Hollywood.

'Alice in Wonderland 2' Drops in 2016; 'Jungle Book' and More Get Release Dates

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by Nick Romano November 22, 2013 02:17 PM
Walt Disney Pictures
2015 is going to be one packed year for film. Aside from 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron,' 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' the Batman-Superman team-up, 'Jurassic World' and other major blockbusters, Walt Disney Pictures and Warner Bros. have added additional titles -- and one for 2016.

'The Double' Review

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by Jordan Hoffman September 12, 2013 01:30 PM
TIFF
Whoever said nightmares couldn't also be funny?
Richard Ayoade's 'The Double' is a clever mash-up of Eastern European despair and paranoia against stylized indies of the late 1980s. Its roots are Dostoyevsky's 1846 novella of the same name, but its look and tempo draw heavily from Terry Gilliam's 'Brazil' and Martin Scorsese's 'After Hours.' While it does take a little while to truly get rolling, those who delight in movies where every single shot is art directed within an inch of its life will luxuriate in its craftiness.

'Stoker' Featurette: Nicole Kidman's Family is a Little Unhinged

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by Damon Houx February 18, 2013 04:58 PM
Fox Searchlight
Often the early months of the year offer few good movies, which made us nervous about Park Chan-wook's 'Stoker.' It's due out in a couple weeks, but word out of Sundance and other screenings has been great (we rather liked it ourselves). Now there's a featurette that talks about the film's Southern Gothic flavor.