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‘The Disaster Artist’: How Tommy Wiseau Became the Muse for Two Oscar-Nominated Screenwriters

‘The Disaster Artist’: How Tommy Wiseau Became the Muse for Two Oscar-Nominated Screenwriters
Long before Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber were Oscar-nominated screenwriters, they received a package from James Franco and Seth Rogen that left them confused. The actors, whom they’d never met, sent them a memoir by Greg Sestero: “The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside ‘The Room,’ the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made.”

Read More:‘The Disaster Artist’ Review: James Franco is Very Good as a Bad Actor in His Loving Tribute to ‘The Room’ — SXSW 2017

Neustadter and Weber are known for writing dramas about romantic relationships, beginning with their Film Independent Spirit Award-winning script for “(500) Days of Summer,” inspired by Neustadter’s love life. Their biggest commercial success, “The Fault in Our Stars” ($307 million worldwide), starred Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as cancer-stricken teens. More recently, they wrote the Netflix drama “Our Souls at Night” starring Jane Fonda and Robert Redford. “The Spectacular Now” and “Paper Towns” came in between.
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How ‘Disaster Artist’ Writers Created Story of Friendship for Director-Star James Franco

How ‘Disaster Artist’ Writers Created Story of Friendship for Director-Star James Franco
A24’s “The Disaster Artist” is all about defying expectations. The 2003 Tommy Wiseau film “The Room” was a fiasco, but became an enduring hit. And in his 2017 movie about the making of the film, director-star James Franco approached this camp material with a straight face, finding heart and warmth where most people would find easy mockery.

Another happy surprise: Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber are Oscar-nominated for the screenplay. The pair have been friends and writing partners since 1999. Their first produced screenplay was “500 Days of Summer” in 2009, and in nine years they have seen seven scripts filmed, including two in 2017: Netflix’s “Our Souls at Night” for Jane Fonda and Robert Redford, and “Disaster Artist.”

As Weber laughingly told Variety, “If you had told us two years ago that we were going to be Oscar-nominated for a movie about Tommy Wiseau, but not for the movie we were writing for Jane Fonda and Robert
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Elisabeth Moss set for A Letter from Rosemary Kennedy

Earlier this week it was announced that Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner Elisabeth Moss has signed on to reunite with her Queen of Earth director Alex Ross Perry for Her Smell, and now comes word that The Handmaid’s Tale star has booked another big screen role.

Variety is reporting that Moss will portray Rosemary Kennedy, the elder sister of President John F. Kennedy, in director Ritesh Batra’s (Our Souls at Night) new feature A Letter from Rosemary Kennedy, which is based on a Black List script by first-time screenwriter Nick Yarborough.

The eldest daughter of Joe Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, Rosemary was born with learning difficulties and proved to be an embarrassment to her father. She was kept from public view, and suffered a botched lobotomy aged 23 which left her incapacitated and institutionalised for the rest of her life, with minimal contact from her family.

According to the site,
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Elisabeth Moss To Take On Title Role In ‘A Letter From Rosemary Kennedy’

Elisabeth Moss To Take On Title Role In ‘A Letter From Rosemary Kennedy’
The Handmaid's Tale star Elisabeth Moss will produce and star as Rosemary Kennedy in the biopic, A Letter From Rosemary Kennedy, directed by Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox, Our Souls at Night). The pic, which hails from Nick Yarborough’s 2016 Black List script, explores the heartbreaking story of John F. Kennedy's older sister who spent a lifetime hidden from public view by her politically ambitious father, Joseph Kennedy. Jason Michael Berman of Mandalay Pictures and Kevin…
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Berlinale: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s’ Elisabeth Moss to Star as Rosemary Kennedy (Exclusive)

Berlinale: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s’ Elisabeth Moss to Star as Rosemary Kennedy (Exclusive)
Award-Winning actress Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) is set to star for director Ritesh Batra (“The Lunchbox,” “The Sense of an Ending,” “Our Souls at Night”) in his upcoming feature, “A Letter From Rosemary Kennedy.”

The little-known but haunting story of the eldest sister of President John F. Kennedy, who spent a lifetime hide from public view because of the political ambitions of her father Joseph Kennedy, is based on a Black List spec script by first-timer Nick Yarborough.
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‘The View’ Slams Megyn Kelly for Jane Fonda Remarks (Watch)

‘The View’ Slams Megyn Kelly for Jane Fonda Remarks (Watch)
News anchor Megyn Kelly is once again in hot water over her recent comments regarding Jane Fonda, and this time those speaking out against her constant criticisms of the actress are the co-hosts of “The View.”

On Tuesday’s episode of the ABC daytime talk show, they played a clip from “Megyn Kelly Today,” in which Kelly said she does not regret asking Fonda about her plastic surgery. Using Fonda’s critique of the American military during the Vietnam war, Kelly went on to conclude that Fonda “has no business lecturing anyone on what qualifies as offensive.”

“Nor do you. Nor do you,” replied “The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg.

Co-host Joy Behar added that “to drag the Vietnam War into a plastic surgery conversation is a real stretch.”

“Why are people more angry with Jane Fonda about the Vietnam War than Nixon and Lbj and people who lied about the war and sent boys as canon fodder
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Megyn Kelly Blasts Jane Fonda: Many Vets Still Call Her 'Hanoi Jane'

Megyn Kelly Blasts Jane Fonda: Many Vets Still Call Her 'Hanoi Jane'
Megyn Kelly stood by her decision to ask Jane Fonda about her plastic surgery during a segment of her show Monday, bitingly reminding her audience that the Oscar-winning actress and activist's name is "synonymous with outrage."

Last September, Kelly asked Fonda, who was a guest on her show along with Robert Redford promoting their new film Our Souls At Night, about what she thought about plastic surgery. At the time, Fonda looked offended by the question, and responded with a dismissive, "We really want to talk about that right now?
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Megyn Kelly Bashes ‘Not Proud of America’ Jane Fonda for Criticizing Her Interviewing Skills

Megyn Kelly Bashes ‘Not Proud of America’ Jane Fonda for Criticizing Her Interviewing Skills
Despite professing a “what other people think of me is none of my business” mantra, the namesake host of “Megyn Kelly Today” took three minutes of January 22 airtime to rebuff criticism she’s received from Jane Fonda. “Honestly, she has no business lecturing anyone on what qualifies as offensive,” Kelly said.

Read More:‘Megyn Kelly Today’ Premiere: Unremarkable Start Leaves Viewers Wondering What’s The Point of All This

Tension between the host and two-time Oscar winner dates back to a September 2017 appearance on Kelly’s show. While promoting “Our Souls at Night” alongside co-star and Sundance Institute founder Robert Redford, Fonda was asked why she’s “not proud to admit” that she’s had plastic surgery. “We really want to talk about that now?” Fonda replied at the time.

Last week, Fonda told Variety that she was “stunned” by Kelly’s question — “It was so inappropriate. It showed that
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Megyn Kelly Claps Back at Jane Fonda Over Plastic Surgery Question, References 'Hanoi Jane'

Megyn Kelly Claps Back at Jane Fonda Over Plastic Surgery Question, References 'Hanoi Jane'
“And now, a word on Jane Fonda …who appears to be fixated on an exchange I had with her *months ago* on this show” #MegynTODAY pic.twitter.com/jmUMlGFaJr

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Nearly four months after Jane Fonda shut down a question about her plastic surgery on NBC’s Megyn Kelly Today, the former Fox News anchor addressed the actress’s own controversial past while claiming she was not “in the market for a lesson from Jane Fonda on what is and is not appropriate.”

“When she first complained publicly after the
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Megyn Kelly Lambasts Jane Fonda: Her "Name Is Synonymous With Outrage"

Apparently Megyn Kelly has had enough. The Today anchor laid into Jane Fonda on her 9 a.m. program Monday, and used Fonda’s actions during the Vietnam War to make her point.

The bad blood harks back to September, when Kelly asked Fonda about her plastic surgery. It was the premiere week of Kelly’s program, and Fonda was on the show along with Robert Redford to promote their Netflix film Our Souls at Night about the romance between two octogenarian neighbors. When Kelly asked Fonda, 80, about aging and her openness about the plastic surgery she’s had, Fonda became combative and snapped:...
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Megyn Kelly Lambasts Jane Fonda: Her "Name Is Synonymous With Outrage"

Megyn Kelly Lambasts Jane Fonda: Her
Apparently Megyn Kelly has had enough. The Today anchor laid into Jane Fonda on her 9 a.m. program Monday, and used Fonda’s actions during the Vietnam War to make her point.

The bad blood harks back to September, when Kelly asked Fonda about her plastic surgery. It was the premiere week of Kelly’s program, and Fonda was on the show along with Robert Redford to promote their Netflix film Our Souls at Night about the romance between two octogenarian neighbors. When Kelly asked Fonda, 80, about aging and her openness about the plastic surgery she’s had, Fonda became combative and snapped:...
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Jane Fonda Talks TV’s Power, Tom Selleck Describes His Acting Approach At Brandon Tartikoff Awards — Natpe

Jane Fonda, one of five honorees at Natpe’s 15th Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Awards, has a take on television that may surprise longtime fans of her film career: “If you have something important to say, television is where to go.” The actress delivered the line after Netflix content chief Ted Sarandos presented her with the award, a nod to the streaming giant’s support of Grace & Frankie and her re-teaming with Robert Redford, Our Souls at Night. Fonda told Sarandos, "I…
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How Jane Fonda Looks Amazing at 80—and Why She Says She’s ‘Better as a Human Being’

How Jane Fonda Looks Amazing at 80—and Why She Says She’s ‘Better as a Human Being’
At 80, Jane Fonda has a body that can still make jaws drop almost 40 years after she launched her 1980s Jane Fonda’s Workout empire. In the new issue of People, the actress, activist and author credits her looks mostly to being “lucky” — but says she continues to exercise both her mind and body on a regular basis.

“If I had a dream day it would be spent hiking in Will Rogers and I would come back and work out and then I would read all day long,” she says.

In her books, Fonda has said she’s a fan of
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Bruce Dern, Owen Teague Join Josh Hartnett in Thriller ‘Inherit the Viper’

Bruce Dern, Owen Teague Join Josh Hartnett in Thriller ‘Inherit the Viper’
Barry Films has hired Bruce Dern and Owen Teague to join Josh Hartnett and Margarita Levieva in the independent crime thriller “Inherit the Viper,” which began production this week.

Valorie Curry, Chandler Riggs, and Dash Mihok have also joined the cast. Anthony Jerjen is directing from Andrew Crabtree’s original script. Michel Merkt (“Elle,” “Toni Erdmann”) and Benito Mueller are the producers with Wolfgang Mueller exec producing for Barry Films.

The film is set amidst the prescription drug epidemic ravaging West Virginia and follows three siblings as they try to escape the spiral of violence that has held them captive since their father’s death. In these regions left behind by the economy, selling drugs has become their way of survival.

Teague is portraying a sibling of Hartnett and Levieva’s characters, whose naive impatience to participate in their opioids business brings the family into deadly waters.

“I am very excited to have been blessed with such
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Giving Movie Thanks (2017 Edition)

I’d imagine every one of us, despite our individual life situations, however privileged or difficult they may be, wouldn’t have too much trouble coming up with a pretty long list of people and circumstances for which to be grateful, during the upcoming week traditionally reserved for the expression of thanks as well as throughout the entirety of the year.

Even in our brave new world, where gratitude and humility and generosity of spirit often seem to be in short supply, at the mercy of greed, abuse of power, disregard for the rule of law, and megalomaniac self-interest cynically masquerading as an aggressive strain of nationalist, populist passion, there are good, everyday reasons to look around and take stock of blessings in one’s immediate surroundings.

And speaking specifically as one who has the privilege and opportunity to occasionally write about matters concerning the movies, and even a (very
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Power Women Go Head-to-Head in Lead Actress Oscar Race

Power Women Go Head-to-Head in Lead Actress Oscar Race
The roles in the lead actress category run a wide range, from the precocious 6-year-old Brooklyn Prince in “The Florida Project” to 82-year-old Judi Dench playing the queen (again) in “Victoria & Abdul.” Other powerful women include previous nominees Jessica Chastain as a poker queen in “Molly’s Game,” Kate Winslet as a cheating wife in “Wonder Wheel” and Saoirse Ronan in the beloved coming-of-age tale “Lady Bird.” (At the age of 23, it’s interesting that Ronan could amost play the overdue card; she has two previous nominations and came close to winning with 2016’s “Brooklyn.”) They could battle previous winner Jennifer Lawrence; never underestimate the Academy love for her, even if “mother!” didn’t light up the box office. Other winners: Frances McDormand, delivering a fierce performance as a mother searching for justice in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and, of course, Meryl Streep. No matter that “The Post,” in which Streep plays Washington Post publisher Kay Graham
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Bac Films Boards David Oelhoffen’s ‘Close Enemies’ With Matthias Schoenaerts, Reda Kateb (Exclusive)

Bac Films has taken French distribution and international sales rights to David Oelhoffen’s “Close Enemies,” a Paris-set contemporary crime thriller starring Matthias Schoenaerts (“Our Souls at Night”) and Reda Kateb (“Django”).

The film, which will start lensing on Nov. 27 in Paris, centers on Driss and Manuel, two close friends who were born and raised in a suburb riddled by drug trafficking who end up taking opposite paths: Manuel chose to embrace the thug life, while Driss becomes a cop. When Manuel’s biggest deal goes terribly wrong, the two men meet again and come to realize they both need each other to survive in their worlds.

“Close Enemies” reteams Oelhoffen with his producer on “Far From Men,” Marc Du Pontavice at One World Films. “Close Enemies” marks Oelhoffen’s third feature film after “Far From Men” and “Nos retrouvailles.”

Oelhoffen earned a widespread critical acclaim with “Far From Men,” a drama based
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Special Review: Ritesh Batra’s Our Souls At Night

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A Netflix Original production, Ritesh Batra’s third film is an adaptation of Kent Haruf’s final novel, Our Souls At Night, set in the fictional prairie town of Holt, Colorado.

One evening, Addie Moore (Jane Fonda) pays a visit to her neighbour Louis Waters (Robert Redford), in order to make him a proposition of sorts. Addie wonders if Louis would be interested in coming over to her house and sleeping with her. What Addie is proposing is not sex – long widowed, she’s looking for companionship, the comfort of someone to talk to and sleep next to, and she wonders if Louis might feel the same way.

The two try out this experiment of sorts, much to the amusement and consternation of those around them. The awkwardness of the arrangement is palpable, but as Addie and Louis talk and learn more about each other, an obvious warmth grows between them.
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Jane Fonda Looks Au Naturel in Latest Photo Shoot, Says Perfection 'Doesn't Exist'

Jane Fonda Looks Au Naturel in Latest Photo Shoot, Says Perfection 'Doesn't Exist'
Jane Fonda is just months away from her 80th birthday, and has no plans of slowing down.

The stunning actress is featured in the November issue ofTown & Country magazine and boldly graces the cover of the publication in a black-and-white photo that appears to be unretouched.

While Fonda is often flawless, she is not interested in striving for perfection. "Perfect? It doesn’t exist," she says. "What matters is that you’re whole."

Photo: Town & Country/Max Vadukul

The Our Souls at Night star has always had a fierce presence in Hollywood, but admits that even she has fears. "I’m not afraid of death, but I’m afraid of getting to the end without becoming the best I can be as a person," she explains. "There’s a lot of time behind me and not much time ahead of me."

Fonda adds, "And whatever time is left, I want to do it differently."

Watch: Jane Fonda Has Awkward
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Jane Fonda Looks Au Naturel in Latest Photo Shoot, Says Perfection 'Doesn't Exist'

Jane Fonda Looks Au Naturel in Latest Photo Shoot, Says Perfection 'Doesn't Exist'
Jane Fonda is just months away from her 80th birthday, and has no plans of slowing down.

The stunning actress is featured in the November issue ofTown & Country magazine and boldly graces the cover of the publication in a black-and-white photo that appears to be unretouched.

While Fonda is often flawless, she is not interested in striving for perfection. "Perfect? It doesn’t exist," she says. "What matters is that you’re whole."

Photo: Town & Country/Max Vadukul

The Our Souls at Night star has always had a fierce presence in Hollywood, but admits that even she has fears. "I’m not afraid of death, but I’m afraid of getting to the end without becoming the best I can be as a person," she explains. "There’s a lot of time behind me and not much time ahead of me."

Fonda adds, "And whatever time is left, I want to do it differently."

Watch: Jane Fonda Has Awkward
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