“I am in shock. Complete and utter shock," "Big Little Lies" actress Shailene Woodley wrote in an Instagram story. Maybe when we wake up tomorrow you’ll be there laughing saying it was just a satirical short film you made. It doesn’t make sense though, dude. It doesn’t make sense. "I guess somehow I know you will turn it into a grand adventure and one of the books, one I can’t wait to read and watch when my time comes. That it’s not real.”
My friend. I love you." "Big Little Lies" and "Wild" star Reese Witherspoon wrote, "My heart is broken.
Canadian director Tanya Lapointe shared a tribute from her husband, fellow Quebecois filmmaker Denis Villeneuve, on Instagram.
As you told me before: go out there and shine, crazy diamond!" wrote Villeneuve. "I love you my friend." "How must I forget these lonesome tears in my eyes?


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The Quebecois director Jean-Marc Vallée is being remembered by the entertainment industry, with heartfelt tributes emerging from the late filmmaker's peers and collaborators.


"What you may not know is that he was sweet and kind, full of gratitude, remembered birthdays and sent awesome mixtapes, while still being a creative genius," Ward wrote. Vallée's publicist Bumble Ward conveyed her own shock over the news.
Vallée, who directed films such as "Dallas Buyers Club" and "Wild" and helmed TV projects including "Big Little Lies" and "Sharp Objects," died suddenly at his cabin outside Quebec City, Canada on Saturday. He was 58 years old.


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Laura Dern, who also worked with Vallée on "Big Little Lies" and "Wild," mourned the director as "one of our great and purest artists and dreamers."
 

The Hollywood Reporter first reported that Villeneuve would direct "Rendezvous With Rama."” /> Jason Sloane and A.J Brandenstein represent Revelations Entertainment. He is repped by Craig Gering and Maha Dakhill at CAA.
The story is told from the point of view of a group of human explorers who intercept the ship in an attempt to unlock its mysteries. The novel won both the Hugo and Nebula awards upon its release. First published in 1973, the novel is set in the 2130s and centers on a 31-by-12 mile cylindrical alien starship that enters the solar system. Clarke is the author of "2001: A Space Odyssey," which he helped adapt into a movie masterpiece with Stanley Kubrick. Villeneuve's work has often been likened to that of Kubrick, particularly his interest in more cerebral sci-fi such as "Arrival."
Having left an indelible imprint on Arrakis with his acclaimed adaptation of Frank Herbert's "Dune," Denis Villeneuve will journey deeper into the science fiction canon.
The novel had previously been controlled by Morgan Freeman and his partner Lori McCreery’s Revelations Entertainment, which will produce along with Alcon.
Warner Bros. Villeneuve has a busy dance card. and Legendary recently announced they had greenlit a follow-up to "Dune," which only adapts the first half of Herbert's sprawling novel.
Alcon will finance the project, and the company's co-founders and co-CEOs Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove will produce. McCreery and Freeman will also produce.
Clarke’s classic sci-fi novel "Rendezvous With Rama" for their frequent collaborator to direct. Alcon Entertainment, which previously partnered with Villeneuve on "Prisoners" and "Blade Runner 2049," has acquired the film rights to Arthur C.

Presenters include Kirsten Dunst, Rebecca Ferguson, director Michael Showalter, Eva Longoria and David Oyelowo.
18. As the 2021 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival wraps up, its third annual Tribute Awards are set to take place on Sept.
The TIFF Tribute Awards ceremony is an annual fundraiser to support both TIFF’s year-round programming and the organization’s core mission to transform the way people see the world through film. The Awards honor the film industry’s outstanding contributors and their achievements, recognizing leading industry members, acting talent, directorial expertise, new talent and a below-the-line artist and creators.
This year's honorees include Jessica Chastain (“The Eyes of Tammy Faye”), director Denis Villeneuve (“Dune”), Benedict Cumberbatch (“The Power of the Dog" and “The Electrical Life of Louis Wain”), special Tribute Award Honoree Dionne Warwick (“Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over”) and Variety Artisan Award recipient Ari Wegner (“The Power of the Dog”), among others.
PT/ 7 p.m. ET. The awards will air on CTV and everywhere CTV content can be found in Canada. Variety will be the exclusive streaming partner for the TIFF Tribute awards in all territories outside of Canada. 18 at 4 p.m. The awards will stream on Variety’s Facebook page on Sept.
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The awards have become a major player in the Academy Awards campaign with many recipients going on to win Oscars later in the season. Previous TIFF Tribute honorees include Academy Award winners Joaquin Phoenix, Meryl Streep, Chloe Zhao, Taika Waititi, Anthony Hopkins, Roger Deakins and many more.

Chalamet has been on a role after starring in Oscar-nominated films "Call Me By Your Name" and "Lady Bird." He also has "Beautiful Boy" with Steve Carell in the works.
The Academy Award-nominated actor is in negotiations to star in Legendary's "Dune." Timothee Chalamet has lined up his next gig.
Set in the distant future, “Dune” follows Paul Atreides, whose family assumes control of the desert planet Arrakis. After Paul and his family are betrayed, the story explores themes of politics, religion, and man’s relationship to nature, as Paul leads a rebellion to restore his family’s reign. As the only producer of a highly valuable resource, jurisdiction over Arrakis is contested among competing noble families.
Legendary closed a deal with the Frank Herbert estate in 2016 for his iconic novel, granting the studio rights to not only films, but also TV projects on the sci-fi property. Denis Villenueve, who helmed "Blade Runner: 2049" and "Arrival," is directing from a script by Eric Roth.
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Anderson will serve as a creative consultant. Kevin J. The projects will be produced by Villeneuve, Mary Parent and Cale Boyter, with Brian Herbert, Byron Merritt, Thomas Tull and Kim Herbert serving as executive producers.

Though new entries "Sicario: Day of the Soldado" and "Uncle Drew" scored higher debuts than expected, "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" still reigns supreme at the domestic box office.
At the specialty box office, Neon's "Three Identical Strangers" made $163,000 when it opened in just five theaters. That's a per screen average of $32,000 — a solid start during a summer where documentaries have fared exceptionally well.
The Disney-Pixar superhero sequel passed the $200 million mark internationally, including $45.5 million this weekend. "Incredibles 2" has earned $438.8 million in North America in three weeks. The global tally currently sits at $647 million, officially surpassing the entire theatrical run of 2004's "The Incredibles" ($633 million).
The 2018 box office, which just hit $6 billion in record time, is up 9.3%, according to ComScore. Meanwhile, the summer box office remains a force, up 15.3% compared to last summer, which was the lowest popcorn season in over a decade.
"Fallen Kingdom" picked up $60 million from 4,485 locations in its second outing, bringing its domestic tally to $264.8 million. To date, the Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard-led sequel has pocketed $932 million globally and is well on its way to crossing $1 billion. Overseas, the Universal and Amblin Entertainment blockbuster pulled in $56.1 million this weekend. Even with a 59% drop, the dinosaur tentpole has nothing to fear.
The sequel hasn't gathered the same acclaim, earning a B CinemaScore and a so-so Rotten Tomatoes average of 64%. The follow-up to Denis Villeneuve's "Sicario" scored a better debut than its predecessor, which opened with $12 million in 2015. Still, critics praised Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro for their performances. Stefano Sollima took over directing duties for "Soldado," while Taylor Sheridan returned to pen the script. Earlier in the week, "Sicario: Day of the Soldado" and "Uncle Drew" were targeting openings between $10 million and $13 million. To compare, "Sicario" received a 93% on Rotten Tomatoes. The critically lauded original film — which scored three Oscar nods — picked up $84 million globally during its theatrical run.
In total, it has grossed $7.5 million. Morgan Neville's film, focusing on beloved children's show host Mister Rogers, made another $2.3 million from 654 theaters in its fourth frame. Another documentary, "Won't You Be My Neighbor," ranked in the top 10 at the domestic box office again.
The superhero sequel is currently tracking between $68 million and $80 million. Next weekend sees the release of Marvel's "Ant-Man and the Wasp" starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly.
In four weeks, the Warner Bros. heist film has amassed $114 million at the domestic box office. Overseas, it generated $13 million for worldwide total of $209.7 million. "Ocean's 8" continues to stay in the top five, stealing another $8 million from 2,345 theaters this weekend.
Meanwhile, the third outing of "Incredibles 2" stayed at No. "Sicario: Day of the Soldado" bowed with $19 million in 3,055 locations, while fellow newcomer "Uncle Drew" racked up $15.5 million from 2,742 theaters. 2 with $45.5 million from 4,410 locations.
Charles Stone III directed the film, which stars Lil Rel Howery, Shaquille O’Neal, Chris Webber, Reggie Miller, Nate Robinson, Lisa Leslie, Erica Ash, Tiffany Haddish, and Nick Kroll. Like "Sicario 2," Lionsgate's sports comedy "Uncle Drew" — based on the Pepsi commercial starring NBA icon Kyrie Irving — also served as counterprogramming against a series of superhero tentpoles. As expected, the audience was 59% male, while 58% of moviegoers were over the age of 25. The film received an A CinemaScore, though its Rotten Tomato average was slightly less enthusiastic at 67%.
"The much-anticipated debut of Disney’s 'Ant-Man and The Wasp' will get the momentum train rolling again with what will be the latest in an impressively long line of box office and critical hits for the Marvel brand," said Paul Dergarabedian, box office analyst at ComScore.” />