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Apr 02
2016
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Brad Pitt looked a slicker and even more handsome version of himself as he filmed scenes for his new movie in London. The actor was spotted in the picturesque area of Hampstead on Thursday, with his pretty co-star Marion Cotillard.

The pair will appear in Five Seconds of Silence, a romantic drama set during World War Two. Brad plays an Allied counter-intelligence agent who is married to, and has a baby with, a French agent, played by Marion.

Brad was pictured in character, sporting a smart jumper and trousers combo and a brown suede jacket. The actor had his hair slicked back for the role, defying his 52 years of age.

Brad Pitt was spotted filming Five Seconds of Silence in Hampstead

His French co-star Marion, whose character is thought to be a secret Nazi spy, looked chic in a tweed jacket, maroon beret and leather gloves.

In the film the couple have a daughter together and the pair seemed to be shooting a family day out scene, perhaps involving a picnic in the park as Marion was seen holding a hamper and blankets. The pair strolled down a street, with Brad hoisting the baby onto his shoulders.

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• x025 On set: London, England (03/30/16).

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Jim Harrison, the prolific author, poet and outdoorsman whose novella of the American frontier, “Legends of the Fall,” became a hit movie starring Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins, has died. He was 78.

He died late Saturday at his winter home in Patagonia, Arizona, his publisher said. Morgan Entrekin, CEO of Grove Atlantic, told CNN that Harrison was in his study working on a poem.

“We are very sad to hear about his death,” Entrekin said. “He left a great body of work that is going to live on.”

Harrison was a versatile writer who authored almost 40 books, including novels, collections of poems and eloquent essays about his passion for food. He was considered a master of the novella, a short novel or long short story.

His rugged and deeply humane fiction often depicted complex men grappling with their place in the wilderness, including the forests of northern Michigan, where he grew up, and the wilds of Montana, his adopted home.

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While we’ve wondered about the diminishing returns of Terrence Malick’s recent work, there is no question 2011’s “The Tree Of Life” is a powerful piece of cinema. A universe-spanning tale about fathers and sons, love, grief, faith and more, Malick’s poetic marriage of visuals and philosophical musings is potent, and is aided by solid performances from Jessica Chastain, Brad Pitt and Tye Sheridan that manage to comfortably slide into ambitious scope of the picture. But one of the other big highlights of the film is the music, and it will be taking center stage in a new screening.

Fox Searchlight Pictures has created a scoreless print of “The Tree Of Life” that will be presented National Concert Hall in Dublin in a World Premiere screening presented by Wordless Music, accompanied by the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and choir. They will be playing through pieces by Bach, Couperin, Mozart, Berlioz, Brahms, Smetana, Mussorgsky, Mahler, Holst, Górecki, Tavener, Giya Kancheli, Barry Guy, and Zbigniew Preisner alongside the film in what should be a pretty tremendous experience.

Tickets are now on sale for the event on June 3rd, and if you haven’t made vacation plans already, we hear Dublin is pretty lovely in the summer. To get an idea of what you’ll be hearing, check out our list of all the songs featured in “The Tree Of Life” or listen to the playlist below.

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For four days cameras will be rolling at the Monroe-Woodbury Senior High School as the school will become the set for Netflix’s “The OA.”

The Monroe Woodbury School District has made an announcement on it’s website, encouraging high school students who are interested in the film industry to submit emails stating interest in participating as extras for the series by March 20.

Those interested should as be able to commit to all four days of filming, which begins March 21.

Superintendent of Schools Elsie Rodriguez, said that Netflix originally considered a nearby location, but then reached out to the district to request use of the high school because “we have a beautiful high school and a large campus they could work with,” she said.

Rodriguez also said the filming companies involved gave money to the schools and went through a long vetting process which involved district attorneys to ensure that the project would be in compliance with any applicable laws.

The actual show, titled, “The OA”, will be an hour-long drama series which has agreed to release eight episodes exclusively on Netflix later this year.

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In a stunning end to the biggest and wildest book rights auction in memory, Imperative Entertainment has paid $5 million and won the right to make a movie out of David Grann book Killers Of The Flower Moon: An American Crime And The Birth Of The FBI.

Imperative partners Dan Friedkin and Bradley Thomas will be producing. Friedkin is a Houston-based entrepreneur who made his fortune through automotive and other ventures and he fully funds Imperative.

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