Terrence Malick

The Girl on the Train breakout Haley Bennett on her long road to fame

Shortly after Tate Taylor agreed to direct the adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ best-selling thriller The Girl on the Train, a strange thing happened. He started getting phone calls from industry friends — casting directors, costume designers, even the film’s star, Emily Blunt — with a similar message.

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UPDATE: Terrence Malick may make rare public appearance

UPDATE: Reps for the Garden Theatre released a statement Tuesday on Malick. The director was previously noted to attend a screening at the venue in the original post on its website, but his name no longer appears in the event listing. “At this time, we can not confirm any details regarding our October 21 screening of Journey to Italy, other than to say that we are screening the film as scheduled and that there are no public tickets available at this time,” the statement said.

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Toronto Film Festival: Terrence Malick's Voyage of Time set for IMAX world premiere

It took Terrence Malick nearly 40 years to complete his first documentary feature, Voyage of Timeand now the Toronto International Film Festival has announced the fruits of the legendary filmmaker’s labor will finally have their world premiere — in IMAX form — at the annual event’s 2016 edition. 

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See two new clips from Terrence Malick's The Voyage of Time

Two new clips from Terrence Malick’s long-gestating Voage of Time: Life’s Journey are, well, out of this world.

The film, which makes its debut Tuesday at the Venice Film Festival, has been some 40 years in the making. The feature-length version screening at the festival features narration by Cate Blanchett, who starred in Malick’s 2015 film, Knight of Cups.

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Voyage of Time: Life's Journey trailer: Cate Blanchett narrates Terrence Malick's sweeping documentary

When we hear Cate Blanchett’s voice pierce through scenes of lush landscape, we half expect it to be for a Lord of the Rings movie. In the trailer for Terrence Malick’s first documentary, Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey, she now becomes far more existential. 

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Toronto Film Festival: James Franco, Jacob Tremblay films among 14 new special presentations

The Toronto International Film Festival announced Tuesday two gala events, 14 special presentations, and several dozen additional films joining the festival’s 41st lineup.

After leading Lenny Abrahamson’s Room to the festival’s People’s Choice Award last year, 9-year-old actor Jacob Tremblay returns to TIFF in the Special Presentations section as an American child convinced he’s a Mongolian goat herder in Jordan Roberts’ Burn Your Maps, which is set to world-premiere in Toronto. Vera Farmiga and Virginia Madsen co-star in the comedy-drama.

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Terrence Malick's Voyage of Time trailer spans the cosmos and beyond

In case you were concerned Terrence Malick’s traditionally-broad, ever-philosophical scope had become too narrow in recent years, let the new trailer for the director’s cosmic odyssey, Voyage of Time, which explores the universe’s creation from the Big Bang to the age of the dinosaurs to present-day Earth, convince you otherwise.

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Terrence Malick's Voyage of Time, 30 years in the making, gets October IMAX release

Terrence Malick’s films are known for their beautiful photography of nature, whether it’s the sprawling Edenic farms of Days of Heaven or the dinosaur sequence in The Tree of Life. The secretive director’s latest film, Voyage of Time reportedly puts all his skills to test in order to tell the story of the universe, from beginning to end.

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'Warm Bodies': Teresa Palmer and Nicholas Hoult turn into action stars -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP


Image Credit: Jonathan Wenk

Zom rom com Warm Bodies featured a lot of sweet and funny teen romance moments but also plenty of post-apocalyptic action scenes. When production transitioned into those run-from-zombies sequences near the end of the shoot, Australian actress Teresa Palmer, who plays Julie, had to get into action star mode.

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