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Kate Winslet Will Play World War II Correspondent Lee Miller
Kate Winslet Will Play World War II Correspondent Lee Miller
More often than not, war correspondents tasked with sending home news and images of battle often find themselves in just as much danger as actual soldiers. If you’ve seen the excellent Netflix documentary Five Came Back, you’ve borne witness to how five of the world’s greatest movie directors were tasked with recording the battles and atrocities of World War II. But they weren’t the only ones who were there. Famed Vogue photographer Lee Miller entered into the fray at the start of the war, and she’ll soon be the subject of an upcoming biopic, courtesy of Kate Winslet.
Woody Allen’s ‘Wonder Wheel’ to Close Out 2017 New York Film Festival
Woody Allen’s ‘Wonder Wheel’ to Close Out 2017 New York Film Festival
It was only five months ago that Amazon Studios became the first streaming service to win three Oscars, two for Manchester By the Sea and one for The Salesman. And now they’re continuing their march on Hollywood with a boatload of this year’s most-anticipated awards season contenders, dominating three prized spots at the New York Film Festival.
Kate Winslet and Idris Elba Try To Survive in ‘The Mountain Between Us’ Trailer
Kate Winslet and Idris Elba Try To Survive in ‘The Mountain Between Us’ Trailer
At a hectic airport, two strangers get bumped from their flights to extremely time-sensitive engagements: he’s an expert surgeon who’s got to get to a Baltimore hospital in time for a delicate procedure, she’s an accomplished photojournalist on her way to her own destination wedding. They catch an off-the-books flight with a small, independent operator, but ultimately get what they pay for when that craft malfunctions and crash-lands on a snowy mountain, leaving the pair injured and helpless. If they intend on returning to civilization with their lives, it’ll take all of their resourcefulness and convenient medical know-how to survive.

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