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Vicky Krieps only met the real Daniel Day-Lewis once, when they got together in London to read through the script for Paul Thomas Anderson's 1950s dark comedy Phantom Thread. "I remember standing in the hotel lobby and suddenly there was a man with a hat and an earring," she says. "I realized, 'Oh, my God, I think it's Daniel Day-Lewis!' Because in his movies, he's always so much the character, you almost don't have this idea of him as a person."
Bruce Dern has joined Josh Harnett and Margarita Levieva in Anthony Jerjen's crime thriller Inherit the Viper. Owen Teague, Valorie Curry, Chandler Riggs and Dash Mihok have also been cast in the project, which features an original script by Andrew Crabtree. Michel Merkt and Benito Mueller are producing, with Barry Films' Wolfgang Mueller serving as executive producer. Principal photography has commenced this week.
The first trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has sparked quite a reaction online. Dinosaur enthusiasts are both cautiously optimistic that the sequel can live up to 2015's Jurassic World, which was so successful that it still stands as the No. 4 movie of all time worldwide. Others are feeling, well, less optimistic. The team at Heat Vision has assembled to take a closer look.
watched the first half-hour of #TheShapeofWater with muffled dialogue and no subtitles and thought WOW del Toro, that’s a bold storytelling choice! then i switched dvd players, restarted the movie and got properly swept away by the fairy tale 😍 #screenersnafu
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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