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The Best Movie Posters of 2017

1. mother!Darren Aronofsky’s divisive nightmare boasted a number of very striking posters this year, including one that blatantly yet beautifully pastiched the iconic Gips/Frankfurt design for Rosemary’s Baby and another in which Jennifer Lawrence’s face is minutely cracked like a porcelain doll. But it is this first teaser poster for the film, by the extraordinary artist James Jean, that stands out for me not only as a surreally appropriate representation of Aronofsky’s uncompromising vision, but as the best movie poster of the year. Grotesque and gorgeous, and dotted with hidden clues, Jean’s looks more like a piece of devotional iconography than a poster for a horror movie. (There is also an accompanying poster by Jean which features Javier Bardem’s character.) Known for his covers for the DC comic book series Fables, Jean has been in high demand this year, creating the charcoal illustration
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The Week in Spandex – X-Men: Dark Phoenix, The New Mutants, Avengers: Infinity War, Justice League, The Batman, Aquaman, The Incredibles 2 and more

In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Deadpool 2, The New Mutants, Gambit, The Gifted, Avengers: Infinity War, Thor: Ragnarok, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Runaways, Marvel Rising, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Venom, Justice League, Flashpoint, The Batman, Aquaman, Shazam, Nightwing, Justice League Dark, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Arrow, Black Lightning, Krypton, Gotham, Watchmen, The Incredibles 2 and more…

After last week’s first look at Avengers: Infinity War, 20th Century Fox decided to give us our first glimpse at its big 2018 superhero team-up movie this week with the release of a batch of images from X-Men: Dark Phoenix featuring Jean Grey (Sophie Turner), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), Professor X (James McAvoy), Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), Cyclops (Tye Sheridan), Storm (Alexandra Shipp), Magneto (Michael Fassbender), director Simon Kinberg and Jessica Chastain’s as-yet-unrevealed villain
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Jennifer Lawrence Says ‘mother!’ Role “Was The Only Time I Ever Lost Myself” – The Contenders Video

Jennifer Lawrence Says ‘mother!’ Role “Was The Only Time I Ever Lost Myself” – The Contenders Video
When Jennifer Lawrence came onto the DGA Theater stage as part of Paramount’s presentation at last month’s 7th annual Deadline’s The Contenders event she described her film mother! as simply “an assault, but a necessary one.” In front of a packed audience of AMPAS and key guild voters, the Oscar-winning star explained her motive in doing the controversial film was to work with director Darren Aronofsky, and also to challenge herself. She said it was especially grueling…
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Jennifer Lawrence's Publicist Parts Ways With ID PR

ID PR is parting ways with publicists Liz Mahoney and Megan Pachon, who rep star talent including Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Evans.

“Liz and Megan have grown up at ID, beginning as assistants and becoming formidable publicists. We wish them all the best in their future endeavors," said ID founder and CEO Kelly Bush Novak and president Mara Buxbaum in a joint statement on Friday afternoon.

Along with Lawrence, Mahoney, who began as the assistant to Novak, reps Greta Gerwig, Ezra Miller and Emilia Clarke, among others. Pachon's client list includes Evans and Amy Adams.

ID PR is one of the biggest...
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Liz Mahoney, Megan Moss Pachon, Bryna Rifkin Exit ID PR Firm

Longtime and prominent ID PR publicists Liz Mahoney, Megan Moss Pachon and Bryna Rifkin have abruptly exited the company, the agency just announced. The exits are effective immediately. Mahoney began as Kelly Bush Novak's assistant in 2006, and Pachon started as an assistant at ID in 2003. Mahoney's clients at ID included Jennifer Lawrence and Greta Gerwig, and Moss Pachon's included Amy Adams, Margot Robbie, Chris Evans, Alicia Vikander and Robert Pattinson among…
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Liz Mahoney, Megan Moss Pachon, Bryna Rifkin Exit ID PR Firm

Longtime and prominent ID PR publicists Liz Mahoney, Megan Moss Pachon and Bryna Rifkin have abruptly exited the company, the agency just announced. The exits are effective immediately. Mahoney began as Kelly Bush Novak's assistant in 2006, and Pachon started as an assistant at ID in 2003. Mahoney's clients at ID included Jennifer Lawrence and Greta Gerwig, and Moss Pachon's included Amy Adams, Margot Robbie, Chris Evans, Alicia Vikander and Robert Pattinson among…
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Liz Mahoney, Megan Pachon Exit PR Firm ID

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Public Relations firm ID has parted ways with publicists Liz Mahoney and Megan Pachon, effectively immediately, an individual with knowledge of the matter told TheWrap. “Liz and Megan have grown up at ID, beginning as assistants and becoming formidable publicists. We wish them all the best in their future endeavors,” said ID founder and CEO Kelly Bush Novak and ID president Mara Buxbaum in a statement. Mahoney, whose clients include Jennifer Lawrence and Greta Gerwig, began as Novak’s assistant in 2006, while Pachon started as an assistant at ID in 2003. Pachon represents Amy Adams and Chris Evans. Also Read: Hollywood PR.
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Simon Kinberg talks X-Men: Dark Phoenix and Jean Grey’s transformation

Following hot on the heels of yesterday’s first look images [which we have for you here], long time X-Men writer-producer and debut director Simon Kinberg has been talking to Entertainment Weekly about next year’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix, and more specifically Jean Grey’s transformation into the Phoenix.

“Jean absorbs those solar flares and then hurls them back out into space,” said Kinberg. “That’s what triggers, awakens, creates this Phoenix force and voice inside her. What appears to the world to be another heroic victory by the X-Men in saving stranded people in space we realize is the the thing that begins the unraveling of Jean and the unraveling of secrets Charles told her.”

So, while we’re getting to see the X-Men in space, it seems that – as with Kinberg’s first attempt at The Dark Phoenix Saga, X-Men: The Last Stand – the Phoenix will be part of Jean Grey, rather than the
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Kaia Gerber's Playful Pastel Two-Piece, Selena Gomez's Coach Ensemble & More Best Dressed Stars of the Week

Flirty, feminine and fab looks dominated the red carpets this week!

Kaia Gerber wowed in a powder blue, ruffled two-piece. Romantic florals were the top choice for Mila Kunis and Kerry Washington. Meanwhile, Alicia Vikander and Jennifer Lawrence oozed elegance and donned romantic pastel pink looks.

This week, the stars stepped out in ladylike ensembles and exuded sartorial splendor with their attire. There was no shying away from over-the-top elegant designs, and whether it was the Fashion Awards or a movie premiere, these A-listers entertained fashion lovers with their great choices and panache.

Et has all the details on the celebrities that slayed the fashion game for the week of Dec. 3 -- and where you can get their looks!

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The 16-year-old model was a vision in baby blue at the 2017 Fashion Awards in London, England, on Dec. 4.

Gerber strutted her stuff in a $37,480 Ralph & Russo two-piece design featuring a silk ruffled crop top and
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Golden Globes 2018 Film Predictions: IndieWire’s Anne Thompson Makes Bold Picks

Golden Globes 2018 Film Predictions: IndieWire’s Anne Thompson Makes Bold Picks
It’s not easy to parse the idiosyncratic minds of the Hollywood Foreign Press, a motley crew of 90 veteran entertainment media who chum up with publicists and junketing stars throughout the year as they report on movies and TV for their outlets in 55 countries. Many of these folks have been covering the usual suspects for so long, they feel like friends.

And that’s one reason why they make such different choices from other critics’ groups. The relatively senior HFPA’s taste runs the gamut from sophisticated (“Moonlight”) to mainstream (“The Martian”). They do like celebrities to come to the glitzy Golden Globes Awards show on January 7 (Daniel Day-Lewis, Margot Robbie, Jessica Chastain, Matt Damon, and Jennifer Lawrence come to mind), which is by far the most fun party night of the year in Hollywood. So that’s another factor.

Early Friday morning, a messenger arrived at the front doors
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Golden Globes 2018 Film Predictions: IndieWire’s Anne Thompson Makes Bold Picks

Golden Globes 2018 Film Predictions: IndieWire’s Anne Thompson Makes Bold Picks
It’s not easy to parse the idiosyncratic minds of the Hollywood Foreign Press, a motley crew of 90 veteran entertainment media who chum up with publicists and junketing stars throughout the year as they report on movies and TV for their outlets in 55 countries. Many of these folks have been covering the usual suspects for so long, they feel like friends.

And that’s one reason why they make such different choices from other critics’ groups. The relatively senior HFPA’s taste runs the gamut from sophisticated (“Moonlight”) to mainstream (“The Martian”). They do like celebrities to come to the glitzy Golden Globes Awards show on January 7 (Daniel Day-Lewis, Margot Robbie, Jessica Chastain, Matt Damon, and Jennifer Lawrence come to mind), which is by far the most fun party night of the year in Hollywood. So that’s another factor.

Early Friday morning, a messenger arrived at the front doors
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Keira Knightley Is All Tied Up and More Best Dressed Stars

Keira Knightley Is All Tied Up and More Best Dressed Stars
sdfs Everything is always better with a bow on top.  In Keira Knightley's case, she had two green, long ribbons gracing her blush, tulle Valentino dress at The London Evening Standard Theatre Awards. The color contrast was striking but still ultra feminine and romantic. The star wore her dress off the shoulders, but the bows were originally featured like cap sleeves on the runway. Perhaps the Pride and Prejudice actress was getting into the holiday spirit, opting for the pretty present look. Jennifer Lawrence was also pretty in pink at The Hollywood Reporter's 2017 Women In Entertainment Breakfast this week. Both fierce stars opted for delicate, soft looks that really accentuated their...
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X-Men: Dark Phoenix – new details and first images

Simon Brew Dec 8, 2017

The first details and pictures have landed for X-Men: Dark Phoenix...

20th Century Fox has begun to take the wraps off its third of three X-Men movies that it currently has on its 2018 release slate. The film in question is X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which is being directed by long-time X-Men producer and scribe, Simon Kinberg.

It promises something of a sea change for the comic book franchise that continually reinvents itself, with the series set to go into space in the new movie. Sophie Turner is playing Jean Grey, who will play a pivotal part in the film. Also in the cast are returnees James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Tye Sheridan and Alexandra Shipp.

The big new addition to the cast is Jessica Chastain, who will be playing a thus-far unnamed shapeshifter in the movie. And Entertainment Weekly has now premiered a host of
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Jennifer Lawrence Explains Why She Returned For X-Men: Dark Phoenix

After X-Men: Apocalypse looked like it had wrapped up the X-Men prequel trilogy, it was thought that some of the cast members would be bowing out of the franchise. Not least Jennifer Lawrence, who had not only become one of the most popular actresses in Hollywood since 2011’s X-Men: First Class, but had also made her distaste for the blue bodypaint she had to wear to play Mystique known.

As it turns out, though, Lawrence ended up returning for X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which will continue the story of how the shapeshifter is now a hero and bonafide member of the X-Men. While speaking to EW, the actress revealed why she decided to sign on for a fourth movie, joking that it was all to do with a thoughtless promise she made to director Simon Kinberg.

“I kind of f*cked myself. Because when I was trying to talk Simon into directing,
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Golden Globe 2017 Predictions: What Films Will Score Nominations?

Golden Globe 2017 Predictions: What Films Will Score Nominations?
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. will reveal nominations for the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards on Monday. The 90-ish-member organization of international journalists makes a big splash every year with its boozed-up, televised ceremony that of late has a shot at making a real impact on the Oscar race, given that it airs in the thick of Academy voting. (Meryl Streep no doubt gained a few votes after her rousing anti-Trump remarks on last year’s telecast.)

This year the group is in a position to help cull the list of contenders further, after the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. once again found a way to recognize pretty much everything in contention. That said, bear in mind that this is a tight-knit group of press members whose picks are not necessarily indicative of the tastes of a nearly 8,000-person Academy of film professionals.

Case in point, last year’s big winner: “La La Land” walked away with a
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Wonder Woman Indeed: Gal Gadot Tops IMDb’s Top 10 Stars of the Year

Wonder Woman Indeed: Gal Gadot Tops IMDb’s Top 10 Stars of the Year
Gal Gadot continues to totally slay 2017 by topping IMDb’s list of Stars of the Year, the site announced Thursday. She’s followed up by Tom Hardy, Emilia Clarke, Alexandra Daddario and Bill Skarsgard to round out the top five. Pom Klementieff, Ana de Armas, Dan Stevens, Sofia Boutella and Katherine Langford finish out the top 10. IMDb’s senior film editor Keith Simanton said Gadot’s number one spot isn’t a surprise–and that her trajectory look similar to Jennifer Lawrence’s. Also Read: 'Wonder Woman,' 'The Crown,' 'Stranger Things' Among AFI's Best Film
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X-Men: Dark Phoenix Has a Huge Twist Fans Won't See Coming

X-Men: Dark Phoenix Has a Huge Twist Fans Won't See Coming
Following the new photos from X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which offered our first look at Jessica Chastain's villain character, new plot details have surfaced. The latest report from Entertainment Weekly teases that the movie will feature some of the biggest set pieces in X-Men franchise history, the mutants' first trip to outer space along with, according to EW, "a massive twist halfway through that will irrevocably change the course of the franchise." Sadly, no further details were given regarding said twist, but James McAvoy revealed that this is the darkest X-Men movie yet.

"This is probably the most emotional X-Men we've done and the most pathos-driven. There's a lot of sacrifice and a lot of suffering."

While nothing about this twist has been revealed, there was a rumor that surfaced last month which revealed that writer-director Simon Kinberg intends to show just how powerful the Dark Phoenix is, by having
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X-Men: Dark Phoenix Blowout Points To A Major Character Death

Evidence continues to mount that X-Men: Dark Phoenix will bump off a major character come 2018.

As part of Entertainment Weekly’s red-hot cover story, the outlet has revealed that Dark Phoenix will contain a “massive twist halfway through that will irrevocably change the course of the franchise.” Time travel? X-deaths? The end of Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters? All three, perhaps?

Granted, there are naturally a ton of unanswered questions ricocheting around social media in light of EW’s media dump, but if there’s one photo that’s sparked heated debate – more so than even the cover image of Jean Grey becoming one with the Phoenix Force – it’s the graveyard scene featuring Xavier (James McAvoy), Storm (Alexandra Shipp), Scott/Cyclops (Tye Sheridan), and Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee).

That tells us two things: one, X-Men: Dark Phoenix will include a major death scene, and two, it’ll likely involve
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Jessica Chastain’s Villain Looks Fierce in ‘Dark Phoenix’ First Look (Photo)

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Jessica Chastain’s Villain Looks Fierce in ‘Dark Phoenix’ First Look (Photo)
Jessica Chastain looks fierce donning a blonde do in a first-look image for “Dark Phoenix.” Entertainment Weekly published a bunch of new images from the upcoming “X-Men” film, which will be directed by Simon Kinberg, including the one of Chastain. Other images showed off Jennifer Lawrence’s Mystique and Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey, and one photograph also teased a mission to space. In June, it was announced Chastain was in talks to join the cast as a villain. EW described Chastain’s character as an “otherwordly shapeshifter who manipulates Phoenix for her own agenda.” See Photos: Sophie Turner Fires Up First Look of Jean.
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New X-Men: Dark Phoenix Pic Reveals A Mystique Makeover

Things are really beginning to heat up for X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

Yes, Fox and Simon Kinberg’s space-faring tentpole is still a long way away (November 2nd), but thanks to Entertainment Weekly’s ongoing coverage, we now have an early peek at what is surely one of the most enticing blockbusters of 2018.

And so, after lifting the curtain on its fiery cover, along with those high-res action shots that brought us closer to Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) and Jessica Chastain’s mystery villain – the Internet is of the belief that Chastain is actually playing the Skrull Queen, not Lilandra Neramani – EW’s attention has now turned to Mystique, the shape-shifting mutant played by series veteran Jennifer Lawrence.

Indeed, the actress also revealed that her blue-skinned trickster has “grown up a lot” since Apocalypse – Dark Phoenix takes place a full 10 years after Bryan Singer’s forgettable threequel – and is much more
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