Director and writer Wim Wenders sat down with THR during the Rome Film Festival to promote his new documentary but he also talked about his upcoming feature film “Every Thing Will Be Fine” in which Rachel co-stars. He reveals the movie will be in post-production for at least another 6 months which means we don’t be seeing it in 2014.
One of the secrets to the film’s success according to Wenders was his taking his time with the film, spending one-and-a-half years on the editing process alone. Wenders has spent an even longer time on his upcoming narrative film Everything Will be Fine, a 3D family story that takes place over 14 years, starring James Franco, Rachel McAdams and Charlotte Gainsbourg. Franco plays a writer who accidentally causes the death of a child, an event that haunts him over the course of his life.
But the director’s decision to spend more time on projects wasn’t entirely voluntary. “Fiction is getting more and more complex, and the process of making a movie is so much more time-consuming than when I started out 30-40 years ago,” Wenders told The Hollywood Reporter. “When I was a young man, I made a new film every year like clockwork orange, like only Woody Allen is still doing. And today, a normal fiction film takes four, five, six years.”
Rachel attended her own Canada Walk Of Fame Induction yesterday evening in Toronto. She looks absolutely stunning and was wearing a wearing a Zuhair Murad Couture dress and Kwiat jewelry while she arrived for the event. The first batch with high quality images have been added in our gallery but we expect more additional later on so be sure to come back later.
Global will air the induction show on Friday, December 19 so be sure to tune in!
Rachel is currently attend her 2014 Canada Walk Of Fame Induction ceremony held at the Sony Centre in Toronto. She looks absolutely stunning in a black and white gown. We have the first look for you and we will added the first high quality images as soon as possible:
Rachel was seen on set of her upcoming film “Spotlight” yesterday in Toronto. We have added the high quality on set images in our gallery. Rachel’s co-star Mark Ruffalo was also spotted on set.
October 14th, 2014 News & Rumors Comments Off on Jay Baruchel to honour Rachel at CWOF 2014
The 2014 Canada’s Walk Of Fame has announced the presenters and it was announced that Jay Baruchel will honour Rachel. Baruchel worked with Rachel in the upcoming Untitled Cameron Crowe/Hawaii Project. The official press release can be found below:
It’s all about Canadian star power on the yellow carpet as Shaw Media and Canada’s Walk of Fame announced today the all-star lineup of presenters and performers for the 2014 Canada’s Walk of Fame Tribute Show. Hosted by Jason Priestley, the not-to-be-missed television event airs Friday, December 19 – 8pm ET/PT on Global.
The powerhouse list of celebrity presenters includes Canadian actor Jay Baruchel, honouring Rachel McAdams; critically acclaimed actress Wendy Crewson, honouring Louise Arbour; broadcaster Jian Ghomeshi, honouring Ryan Reynolds; music legend Ronnie Hawkins, honouring The Band; six-time Olympic medalist Clara Hughes, honouring Hayley Wickenheiser and JUNO Award-winner Tom Cochrane, honouring Jeff Healey, the recipient of the posthumous Cineplex Legends Award.
Robert Downey Jr. confirmed in a Reddit Q&A that “Sherlock Holmes 3” is in development. Yahoo! has the following story:
Robert Downey Jr has taken a moment out from his busy schedule hinting at, confirming, and then denying the existence of Iron Man 4, to briefly talk about Sherlock Holmes 3.
He may be best known worldwide for playing Tony Stark but let’s not forget he also has another hit blockbuster franchise under his belt in Sherlock Holmes; the last film was released in 2011.
During a Reddit AMA held to promote his new film The Judge, Downey Jr confirmed that plans were in place, saying: “Yes, we have a Sherlock 3 in development. We want it to be the best of the series, so that’s a pretty tall order.”
It has certainly been good to see no rush to make a third film, but it seems the time is drawing closer for it to become a reality.
Series director Guy Ritchie was propelled into blockbuster Hollywood by his work on the first two films, and is currently putting the finishing touches on spy thriller The Man From U.N.C.L.E before starting work on a King Arthur film set for 2016.
This means a likely 2017 release date for Sherlock Holmes 3, unless studio Warner Bros opt to hire a new director instead.
The first two films starred Downey Jr as the famous detective, Jude Law as Watson, Rachel McAdams as Irene Adler, and Jared Harris as Professor Moriarty.
It has not yet been announced who of the cast will return and we might not see Rachel’s character Irene Adler back at all given what (seems?) to happen in the second movie but we will keep you posted on the development of the 3rd movie.
Rachel’s upcoming movie “Spotlight” wrapped up a week of filming in Boston before the weekend. The production moved to Toronto to continue to film until November and Rachel was spotted on set in Toronto on Sunday (October 5). We have added the on set images in our gallery. Rachel’s co-star Michael Keaton was also seen on set.
The Hamilton Spectator is reporting that “Spotlight” will film in Hamilton, Ontario on Main Street East near James outside of morning and evening rush hours this week. Don’t forget to follow our twitter account @rachelmonline for the latest on set sightings of the movie.
It was previously announced that Rachel is one of the 2014 Canada’s Walk Of Fame Inductees. The ceremony will be held at the Sony Centre and tickets are available now. You can head over to SonyCentre.ca to purchase them, but be sure to buy them soon because only a few tickets are still available.
The outstanding roster of 2014 Canada’s Walk of Fame Inductees includes legendary rock group The Band, film stars Ryan Reynolds and Rachel McAdams, hockey superstar Hayley Wickenheiser, and former Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada Louis Arbour. The Cineplex Legends Award will be awarded posthumously to musician Jeff Healey and The Weeknd will receive the Allan Slaight Slaight Award.
The Show will be hosted by Canadian television and film actor Jason Priestley, and will air nationally on Global TV on Friday, December 19th.
Entertainment Tonight Canada announced earlier today that Jason Priestley will host the show and they are reporting that Rachel is expected to attend the show. You can sent in questions using the #CWOF hash-tag:
The 2014 Canada’s Walk of Fame Tribute Show is held at Toronto’s Sony Centre for the Performing Arts on Saturday, October 18. Global will air the two-hour event airing on Friday, December 19 at 8p.m. ET/PT.
The 2014 Rome Film Festival revealed it’s line-up yesterday and “A Most Wanted Man” is selected as part of the Events selection. The movie will have it’s Italian premiere during the festival. Screen Daily has the following story:
The ninth Rome Film Festival (Oct 16-25) has revealed a diverse line-up including the Italian premieres for potential awards contenders
This year for the first time the award-winners in each section of the programme will be decided by the audience on the basis of votes cast after the screenings.
Events – Italian premiere
A MOST WANTED MAN by Anton Corbijn, USA, 2014, 121′
Cast: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Willem Dafoe, Daniel Brühl, Robin Wright, Rachel McAdams, Grigoriy Dobrygin
You can head over to the official website of the festival to find our more information.