Tribeca Film Fest, Amy Schumer ditches ‘Barbie’, James Franco, and Hulu
Tribeca Film Festival will be screening Reservoir Dogs in all its tense, gory glory for one night only at the Beacon Theater in NYC using Tarantino’s own 35mm print. Read more over at The Gothamist.
Sun Valley Festival announces awards and releases full schedule. Read all about it on Indiewire.
Hulu is developing a new 90s teen drama with James Franco & Seth Rogen, written by Kelly Oxford. Read more at Variety.
Amy Schumer demonstrates she’s not a Barbie girl. She said sayonara to the Mattel project, reports Variety.
Jesus’ story is resurrected for a new Netflix drama, created by serial God-botherers Roma Downey & Mark Burnett. Read more at Variety.
Kristen Wiig joins Cate Blanchett in Richard Linklater‘s Where’d You Go, Bernadette?, according to The Film Stage.
Kleber Mendonça Filho believes all publicity is good publicity. The Irish Times discusses the recent political backlash in Brazil against his movie Aquarius.
Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski made a dream team. If you live in Boston, you can enjoy the fruits of their labor this weekend.
New York invites you to Sip Themed Cocktails at a new art-cinema series. Read more at The Gothamist.
Indie film Wakefield starring Bryan Cranston & Jennifer Garner gets a May release date from IFC. Real it all over at Variety.
Martin McDonagh drops Three Billboards trailer. Check it out on YouTube.