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The Founder, the true story of visionary man who led McDonald’s to success



This is the next feature film for Michael Keaton after his great performance in “Birdman”.

 

The Founder brings to big screen the story of most popular fast food franchise around the world. The movie, which is distributed by The Weinstein Company, is promoted under the slogan: “Risk Taker, Rule Braker, Game Changer” referring to visionary man who led McDonald’s to success and took it into a global dimensions.

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Don Quixote. Disney puts its eyes on the knight of the sad figure



We finish this week with the exclusive announcement of Hollywood Reporter about the adaptation of Don Quixote, the most influential book from Spanish literature. 

Behind this project are Disney and producers Billy Ray and Gordon Gray, the last one is also the screenwriter. Since the beginning of Cinema history Don Quixote has had more than 15 film adaptations specially from France, England and Spain, so it was missing Disney.
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In the 40th Anniversary of Taxi Driver, movie returns to theaters



In the 40th Anniversary of Taxi Driver, the movie returns to theaters in two special screenings in select cinemas: October 16 & 19 only, Sony Pictures has announced.

Celebration couldn’t be doing much better, because it is featuring a Q&A from the Tribeca Film Festival with the director Martin Scorsese, producer Michael Phillips, the screenwriter Paul Schrader and actors Robert De Niro, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd and Harvey Keitel.

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Javier Bardem and Penélope Cruz are ready to shoot Escobar



Story of drug lord Pablo Escobar has inspired many books, films, series and even video games. Although it makes part of Colombian past, international entertainment industry struggles to keep his memory alive.

Recently, we have watched his life in movies like Escobar: Paradise Lost (with Benicio del Toro as the drug trafficker) and Narcos, a Netflix original television series starring Brazilian actor Wagner Moura as Pablo.

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Peter Webber will travel to Colombia to shoot his next movie Fresh



British director Peter Webber will travel to Colombia in November to shoot the movie “Carteristas” (with working title in English Fresh), the story about a young pickpocket in the middle of hip hop and graffiti scenario in Bogotá.

The feature film is a production by French company Borsalino Productions that has associated with Colombian company 64-A Films as its production service provider in that country.

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Passengers releases the first trailer, poster and pics. Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt



ABOUT PASSENGERS

Aurora Dunn and Jim Preston are two passengers onboard a spaceship transporting them to a new life on another planet. The trip takes a deadly turn when their hibernation pods mysteriously wake them 90 years before they reach their destination. As Jim and Aurora try to unravel the mystery behind the malfunction, they begin to fall for each other, unable to deny their intense attraction… only to be threatened by the imminent collapse of the ship and the discovery of the truth behind why they woke up.

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Edgar Ramírez and Matthew McConaughey in Gold, the biggest gold fraud in history



Venezuelan actor Edgar Ramírez has had a fantastic year. He was the main character in Hands of Stone working with Robert De Niro and participates in the anticipated adaptation of The Girl on the Train.

Latin American actor co-stars Matthew McConaughey in Gold, a story about the biggest gold fraud in history.

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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, few days for its premiere



Film adaptation of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs and published in 2011 is ready to hit theaters worldwide.

 

When book was first published it sold more than 3.1 million copies, so it provokes a sequel which was in libraries in 2014 under the title Hollow City and a third one, Library of Soul, last year.

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Guillermo Arriaga’s son starts a crowdfunding campaign for his short film



This afternoon Mexican director and writer Guillermo Arriaga (21 Grams, Amores Perros, Babel) has tweeted by asking people to support his son who is going to direct his first short film. Arriaga wrote: “He is doing with rigor. Hopefully, you can support him”.

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Love means never having to say you’re sorry.

— Love Story, 1970