Il materiale di origine: Mulderville (YouTube) / Oscar Isaac responds to someone asking how he picks the projects he works on during the Operation Finale press conference at the 44th Deauville American Film Festival in Deauville, France. (8th September, 2018) #myedit
Il materiale di origine: Mulderville (YouTube) / Oscar Isaac talks about the interplay between his character (Peter Malkin) and Sir Ben Kingsley’s (Adolf Eichmann) character during the press conference for Operation Finale at the 44th Deauville American Film Festival in Deauville, France. (8th September, 2018)
His hair looks like he’s just got out of bed! Love it 😍
Heads up – the press conference for At Eternity’s Gate starts today/tomorrow (Monday, 3 Sept.) at 2:30PM local (Venice) time. Click on the streaming link above if you’d like to watch the conference LIVE.
The red carpet will stream live starting at 7pm local (Venice) time on the same channel above.
I have no idea if Oscar is going to show up on this TIFF red carpet or not (due to Deauville, he may just do a press conference/photo call???), but just in case, here is the TIFF video feed that will beLIVE starting at 5:15pm ET/2:15pm PT on Sept. 8.
(Right now, according to TIFF, the guests this year will be Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde, Olivia Cooke, Laia Costa, Annette Bening, Mandy Patinkin and Sergio Peris-Mencheta.)
Adam Driver in new BlacKkKlansman footage used in the official music video for Prince’s unreleased “Mary Don’t You Weep” –
After the whirlwind of emotions that Spike Lee’s latest film, BlacKkKlansman, takes you on, it was important that the music he dropped during the end credits was right. However, it’s hard to believe that anyone was ready to hear Prince taking it home with his unreleased gem “Mary Don’t You Weep.” Today, Spike releases the video for “Mary Don’t You Weep,” which he also directed (this would be the second Prince video Spike directed, with the first being the video for Prince’s 1992 single “Money Don’t Matter 2 Night”).
“I knew that I needed an end-credits song. I’ve become very close with Troy Carter, one of the executives at Spotify [and a Prince estate advisor]. So I invited Troy to a private screening. And after, he said, ‘Spike, I got the song.’ And that was ‘Mary Don’t You Weep,’ which had
been recorded on cassette in the mid-80s.”