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Review: The Lost City of Z

PLOT: A dramatization of real-life explorer Percy Fawcett's 20-year effort to find a lost civilization deep in the jungles of the Amazon during the early part of the 20th Century. REVIEW: "The jungle is hell, but one kind of likes it." That above quote is given by a character in James Gray 's THE LOST CITY OF Z and it may do the best job of summing up...
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04.18.2017
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Brad Pitt confirmed to star in James Gray's sci-fi epic Ad Astra

Although Paramount Pictures is still actively developing a sequel to WORLD WAR Z, with David Fincher apparently still interested in taking the helm, its removal from the studio's slate freed up a chunk of Brad Pitt 's schedule. At the time it was suggested that Pitt may take on the lead role in AD ASTRA for James Gray (THE LOST CITY OF Z), and now Gray has confirmed...
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04.10.2017
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A new and intense trailer for The Lost City of Z has been discovered

The exploration of uncharted territory is a hell of a thing. You can research the living daylights out of your journey to the unknown locale, but once you’ve arrived, there’s no telling what manner of danger and delights await you. Honestly, I’ve never fancied myself as the Indiana Jones type. Nah, I’d rather remain in the comfort of my own home, snuggled up...
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01.20.2017
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The jungle awaits Charlie Hunnam & Tom Holland in The Lost City of Z teaser

The jungle is a dangerous place, full of crocodiles, dangerous insects and flying spears. Well that last part may be a much more unique experience, but it was all too real for Percy Fawcett, a man who went exploring the for a lost city in South America and never returned. The story was turned into the massive book, The Lost City of Z, and now it’s now a movie of the same name...
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12.22.2016
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Tom Holland joins Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson in Lost City of Z

James Gray 's adaptation of David Grann's non-fiction novel "The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon" has finally kicked off production, but not before adding one more member to its cast. Tom Holland , our new Spider-Man, has joined Charlie Hunnam , Robert Pattinson , and Sienna Miller in LOST CITY OF Z. The film started shooting in Belfast...
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08.19.2015
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Steve McQueen biopic gets financing; Jeremy Renner and others interested

THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR. BULLITT, THE GETAWAY. GRAND PRIX. THE TOWERING INFERNO. THE GREAT ESCAPE. THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN. PAPILLON. Every film a classic and every one of them starring Steve McQueen . Thirty-five years after his untimely death at the age of fifty, the world will finally be getting the biopic of one of the greatest movie stars in Hollywood history. The announcement comes...
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03.13.2015
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Review: The Immigrant

PLOT: Ewa ( Marion Cotillard ) – a Polish immigrant fleeing from her homeland in the 1920s – is separated from her tuberculosis-afflicted sister at Ellis Island. Dubbed a “woman of low morals” after an shipboard incident, Ewa is about to be deported when she’s approached by Bruno ( Joaquin Phoenix ) – a charismatic hustler who tells her he can find...
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05.22.2014
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James Gray's next project will be Lost City of Z with Benedict Cumberbatch

James Gray 's THE IMMIGRANT will be hitting theaters next week, and the director is hopeful his next film will be the long in development adaptation of the David Grann nonfiction book The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon . In an interview with The Playlist , the WE OWN THE NIGHT director says THE LOST CITY OF Z "looks like it will...
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05.07.2014
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The Good, The Bad & The Badass: James Caan

Last week, in anticipation of THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, we took a look at the filmography of Wes Anderson , whose debut film, BOTTLE ROCKET, featured a standout performance by this week’s subject… James Caan No one could ever deny that James Caan is one hell of a badass. Even at seventy-three years old, Caan’s still one of the toughest guys in...
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03.17.2014
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Review: Blood Ties

BLOOD TIES was originally reviewed as part of our TIFF 2013 coverage. PLOT: In New York City, circa 1974, Chris ( Clive Owen ) is paroled after twelve-years in prison for murder. He's met by his sister Marie ( Lili Taylor ) and brother Frank ( Billy Crudup )- a cop who tries to put his brother on a straight-laced, honest path. Now pushing fifty, and with two kids...
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03.17.2014
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New domestic trailer for crime drama Blood Ties with Clive Owen and Billy Crudup

The last time we heard from BLOOD TIES, the crime drama from director  Guillaume Canet , was at TIFF 2013 (see our review here ), but now the film has resurfaced with a new domestic trailer in preparation for its stateside release. Starring Clive Owen and Billy Crudup as brothers on either side of the law, one a cop (Crudup) and one a crook (Owen), the two square off with...
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01.23.2014
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Robert Pattinson joins James Gray's The Lost City of Z with Benedict Cumberbatch

Robert Pattinson might not be the most loved actor on this site, but you have to give him props for working with some very talented filmmakers. The Wrap has learned that the TWILIGHT actor has signed on for THE LOST CITY OF Z with director James Gray . The film is an adaptation of the David Gunn novel of the same name, and Benedict Cumberbatch was cast as Percy Fawcett back...
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11.07.2013
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