by on June 6,2013

Though Cloud Atlas may not have made the splash many had hoped, Hugo Weaving hasn’t been turned off from ambitious, generation-spanning projects with interconnected stories. The Turning is getting ready to premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival next month, and the omnibus marks the directing debut of on screen talents like Cate Blanchett, Mia Wasikowska and David Wenham along with 14 other filmmakers as they adapt short stories from Tim Winton’s short story collection of the same name. The three also star in the collection of stories along with Rose Byrne, Miranda Otto, Richard Roxburgh and more. The teaser makes the Australian film look just gorgeous.




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by on June 6,2013

It is being reported that Mia will be replacing Emma Stone in the upcoming film “Crimson Peak” after she had to drop out due to a busy schedule, according to The Wrap. Mia would play

“a young author named Edith Cushing who discovers that her charming new husband is not who he appears to be.”

by on April 4,2013

Mia Wasikowska is everywhere. The elfin darling of the indie elite (who has been known to slum it for the odd blockbuster, like breakthrough “Alice in Wonderland”), she has sustained the critical momentum of the pajama-clad daughter in “The Kids Are All Right” to dominate the Sundance acting conversation with “Stoker.” This summer, according to Ion Cinema, she will be trekking into “Sound of Music” country to film an Alpine meditation with Euro-stalwart Juliette Binoche.

“Sils Maria” reteams the “Summer Hours” duo of Binoche and director Olivier Assayas, though she’s been absent from his recent films like “Carlos” and “Something In The Air.” Set in the eponymous Swiss town, a floral hangout for 19th and 20th century intellectuals (Nietzsche’s old pad is now a tourist attraction), the picture will explore middle-age and the perception of one’s own success. Binoche, now something of a veteran herself, plays a famous actress haunted by roles of the past, with Wasikowska as her assistant.

Assayas told us of the project last year, “I’ve written it for Juliette Binoche, it’s based on her. A Juliette Binoche movie about Juliette Binoche with Juliette Binoche. It will be in English and part of the cast will be American.” And right he was. The film’s got funding lined up, so this feels like a definite possibility for Cannes 2014. Ms. Wasikowska, in the meantime, has at least five films on the way, from Richard Ayoade’s sophomore film, “The Double,” to Jim Jarmusch’s “Only Lovers Left Alive,” we’ll be seeing her around a fair bit this summer. Binoche, meanwhile, will move on to the project once she wraps a rare blockbuster excursion, on Gareth Edwards’ “Godzilla.”

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by on March 3,2013




RELATED LINKS
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 27: “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” – Show
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 27: “Stoker” NY Premiere – Arrivals
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 27: “Stoker” NY Premiere – After Party
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 28: “Good Morning America” – Arrivals
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 28: “Good Morning America” – Show

by on February 2,2013

I’m so sorry for not updating, but I was extra busy with my exams. Finally they’re over and I now have time to update the site with all “Stoker”-related events Mia attended over the last month.




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Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > January 26: “Stoker” Press Conference
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 17: “Stoker” UK Premiere
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 21: “Stoker” Seoul Press Conference
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 21: “Stoker” Seoul Premiere

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