The 65th Berlin International Film Festival announced more titles of it’s upcoming film festival line-up and Rachel’s upcoming film “Every Thing Will Be Fine” will make it’s world premiere during the festival. The movie will screen out of competition. Writer/director Wim Wenders will receive the Homage 2015 Golden Bear during the festival.
Every Thing Will Be Fine
Germany / Canada / France / Sweden / Norway
By Wim Wenders (PINA, Wings of Desire, The American Friend)
With James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Rachel McAdams, Marie-Josée Croze
World premiere – Out of competition
THR is reporting that Warner Bros. Germany has the rights to the movie in Germany and Mongrel Media in Canada. HanWay Films is handling international sales at Berlin’s European Film Market. The festival runs from from February 5-15.
The production company Neue Road Movies released the following press release:
Wim Wenders’ new feature film, EVERY THING WILL BE FINE, along with its star cast, will be celebrating its World Premiere in Official Selection of the Berlin International Film Festival 2015 (*out of competition). The director, who has received three Oscar© nominations (BUENA VISTA SOCIAL CLUB; PINA; THE SALT OF THE EARTH), has decided to make another 3D film, after his hit dance film PINA, and explores the development of three-dimensional possibilities of expression for the first time in an intimate family drama.
Starring: James Franco (OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL; SPRING BREAKERS), Charlotte Gainsbourg (I’M NOT THERE; NYMPHOMANIAC), Rachel McAdams (MIDNIGHT IN PARIS; A MOST WANTED MAN), Marie-Josée Croze (THE BARBARIAN INVASIONS; THE DIVING BELL AND THE BUTTERFLY). Producer: Gian-Piero Ringel (Oscar© nomination for PINA), DoP: Benoît Debie, Director of Stereography: Joséphine Derobe, Film score: Alexandre Desplat.
We would like to remind you that Rachel’s 2014 Canada Walk Of Fame Induction show airs today at 8 PM ET/PT at Global (Canada) or check your local listings for the time. Rachel received her star earlier this year during the induction ceremony alongside fellow Canadians Louise Arbour, The Band, Jeff Heayley, Ryan Reynolds, and Hayley Wickenheiser. You can head over to their official website to find out more information: CanadaWalkOfFame.com.
The National Board of Review announces their 2014 winners and “A Most Wanted Man” is named one of their Top 10 Independent Films. The complete list with winners can be found at NationalBoardOfReviews.org.
Top 10 Independent Films: Blue Ruin, Locke, A Most Wanted Man, Mr. Turner, Obvious Child, The Skeleton Twins, Snowpiercer, Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Starred Up, Still Alice
The National Board of Review honors diverse members of the film community at their annual Awards Gala, which also acts as a fundraiser for student grant philanthropy. Hosted by Lara Spencer, this year’s gala will take place on January 6, 2015 at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City.
Congratulations to Rachel and the cast and crew!
HBO finally confirmed Rachel joining the “True Detective” season two cast alongside Taylor Kitsch, Kelly Reilly, Colin Farrell, & Vince Vaughn yesterday. Be sure to check out our previous post in case you missed it. It’s such an anticipated project after the critical and commercial success of the first season so there have been many reports about the second season. We already made a casting update news round-up a few days ago but now that Rachel is confirmed we also wanted to round up reports with – possible – details about season 2. Keep in mind that the reports might contain spoilers about the plot.
HBO’s official logline for the second season is: Three police officers and a career criminal must navigate a web of conspiracy in the aftermath of a murder. The three police officers will be played by Colin Farrell as Ray Velcoro, Taylor Kitsch as Paul Woodrugh, and Rachel as Ani Bezzerides. Vince Vaughn will play the criminal Frank Semyon. Deadline reported back in August that season 2 “will kick off with a murder, and it might involve corruption in the California transportation system, possibly linked to a proposed high-speed train”. They also reported that the second season is expected to have 4 leads, three of them said to be cops/detectives/government workers and one the villain.
The news we’ve all been waiting for: HBO officially confirmed that Rachel has joined the cast of “True Detective” season 2. HBO also confirms the reports that Taylor Kitsch and Kelly Reilly have joined the cast.
just released a press release which confirms that production has begun in California – Colin Farrell was already photographed on set – and also confirms the reports that Rachel joined the cast as Ani Bezzerides.
RACHEL MCADAMS, TAYLOR KITSCH AND KELLY REILLY JOIN COLIN FARRELL AND VINCE VAUGHN IN HBO’S TRUE DETECTIVE
The eight-episode hour-long drama has begun production in California.
Logline: Three police officers and a career criminal must navigate a web of conspiracy in the aftermath of a murder.
The series is created and written by Nic Pizzolatto. Justin Lin will direct the first two episodes.
The news of Rachel being “frontrunner” for the female lead in “True Detective” was first reported back in September. The most recent report came from Variety who reported Rachel was close to locking down a lead role. If you follow our twitter account you have noticed we have reported an re-tweeted the latest rumors on the casting and series these last few weeks.
HBO has only confirmed Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn casting so far, because it’s such an anticipated project many more rumors have been circling around. We will try to round them up in this post. We also recommend heading over to Indiewire who compiled their own round-up post.
Taylor Kitsch, who will reportedly play one of the detectives, confirmed to AdWeek himself that he is part of the second season of the series. HBO still hasn’t confirm his casting. The Wrap reported a few weeks ago that Michael Irby, Kelly Reilly, Abigail Spencer and Leven Rambin joined the cast in supporting and recurring roles. Irby will play Elvis Ilinca, Rachel’s character’s partner at the police department. Deadline reported the first table read was held on October 31, and Rachel was spotted in LA the same day.
Deadline has reported several recurring cast additions this last week. They are reporting that Lolita Davidovich, James Frain, Adria Arjona, Michael Hyatt, Yara Martinez, Christian Campbell, and Riley Smith joined the casting in recurring roles. You can click on their names to read the original reports. Smith will play Rachel’s character’s boyfriend Steve Mercier, who is a “a boyish Sheriff’s deputy”.
Today is a very special day because Rachel is celebrating her 36th birthday! We would like to wish Rachel a Happy Birthday on behalf of the site and her fans around the world. We hope she has a wonderful day – most likely on the set of “Spotlight” – with family and friends.
We wanted to do something special to celebrate so we launched a brand new layout as you can see. It’s designed by Ray from Oh My Mornings, who also did our previous look. We also have matching themes for our gallery and video archives. Let us know what you think about it in the comments and if you find any errors!
We have another very exciting surprise coming up later today, so be sure to check back to find out what it is.
New York Times’ Vulture announced their annual Most Valuable Stars list. Rachel is ranked #72 in the general ranking list while she was ranked #88 in last year’s list. This year she also ranks #49 at Drama Stars, #29 at Comedy Stars, #53 at Most Respected, #39 at Tabloid Target, #68 at International Stars, and #76 at Studio Stars.
|Rachel McAdams – The Revamp
What is going on with Rachel McAdams? Once upon a time, she seemed destined to rule Hollywood; now, she’s taking third leads. In next summer’s untitled Cameron Crowe romantic comedy, she’s billed below Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone, just as she was the secondary love interest in Midnight in Paris and To the Wonder. She’ll always have high likability and tabloid scores thanks to classics like The Notebook and Mean Girls, but girl needs some better representation pronto. Let’s hope her recent casting on the second season of True Detective can give her the same oomph it helped give Matthew McConaughey.
Rank Compared to 2013: +16
Domestic Box Office: $37,017,956
Overseas Box Office: $50,794,416
Studio Value: 6
Critics’ Score: 57
Twitter Mentions: 475
Tabloid Value: 8
Some additional rankings when making your own adjustments. Rachel ranks #78 when you only adjust Domestic Box Office, #66 at Overseas Box Office, #84 at Studio Value, #6 at Likeability, #57 at Critics’ Score, #71 at Twitter Mentions, and #34 at Tabloid Target.