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Aug 11 2019

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VarietyRIP Piero Tosi one of the great costume designers.His film credits includeDeath in Venice,La Traviata,La Cage Aux FollesandThe Night Porterso he's the one responsible for Charlotte Rampling at her most sexually provocative
BuzzFeedgood piece on Brad Pitt's talent and why he shines in weirder sideline roles as opposed to leads...though we object to any notion that he isn't a leading man inOnce Upon a Time...but this battle is already lost since critics keep calling him supporting even before the Oscar campaign does.(sigh)

more after the jump includingThe Hunt,a fun conversation onHobbs & Shaw,Tarantino and Almodóvar...


Awards CircuitJoaquin Phoenix and Meryl Streep will received TIFF's inaugural Actor Tributes next month
Gold Derbyranking Viola Davis's 12 best films
Coming SoonUniversal cancels the release of violent satireThe Huntin which wealthy types hunt "deplorables"...We don't understand the plot,to be honest.Why would the wealthy hunt deplorables when deplorables are the ones stupid enough to keep voting against their own interest which keeps the billionaire class unchecked?
Forbes...has some feelings about this "morally indefensible and financially unavoidable"decision
Film School Rejectsfun conversation between two female critics on theFast & Furiousfranchise andHobbs & Shaw;one loves it,the other doesn't
Brian Koppelmannreshares an old Grantlant piece from 2014 about a plane trip with Quentin Tarantino and Tarantino's feelings about his own scripts
DeadlineTurns out Gilda Radner wrote a screenplay before her death.Somebody make this into a movie now!
IndieWireHighlights of the Television Critics Association tour of new shows
Cartoon BrewNezhahas become the biggest animated film of all time in China.Will it have any export potential?
The New BeverlyKim Morgan (who is always worth a read) goes long and wistful on Tarantino'sOnce Upon a Time in Hollywood
Los Angeles Timeyet more trouble with the Disney Fox merger (monopolies are bad,people -- there used to be laws against them!)...seems 20th Century Fox's vast library will no longer be able for theatrical screenings which is really bad news for people who like to see old movies in movie theaters at specialty houses.
The GuardianPedro Almodovar "can no longer hide"how personalPain & Gloryis to him

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Pitt's character primarily serves to reflect and facilitate the growth of DiCaprio's.He has no character arc of his own.I understand why one would consider him a lead and do not object to that either,but supporting is not so egregious here,especially compared to the *truly* erroneous past cases of it (Steinfeld,Mara,Vikander,Stone,etc).

August 11,2019 | Unregistered CommenterJonathan

Jonathan -- since when does having a character arc make you a lead though?Some supporting characters in movies get character arcs.The story is about their relationship and they each get solo adventures within the movie.Equal screentime,etcetera.

But i get what you're saying about it not being "as"egregious.

August 11,2019 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

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