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'Grace of Monaco' trailer: Nicole Kidman is Hollywood royalty -- VIDEO

First-name-basis style icons are on a first-name basis for a reason. Whether it was their sublime performances or their glamorous auras, they continued to enthrall audiences long past their deaths. There was Audrey. And Marilyn. And the Hollywood royalty-turned-actual royalty, Grace.

Nicole Kidman stars as Grace Kelly in the Olivier Dahan-directed biopic Grace of Monaco. The film follows her marriage to Prince Rainier III (Tim Roth) during a politically turbulent time of their reign.

The trailer — in which the solemn narration is backed by a floating aria — sets up the almost-mythical status of Monaco and Hollywood’s princess: “You are the fairy tale, the serenity to which we all aspire.” Cue a virtual supercut of Nicole Kidman beauty shots. “And peace will come when you embrace the roles you have been destined to play,” the narrator continues. Being a princess is serious business!

Watch the new trailer here. Is Nicole Kidman a believable Grace Kelly?

'The Railway Man' trailer: Memories of war haunt Colin Firth -- VIDEO


The always dependable Colin Firth has done it all in his movie roles: He’s melted hearts, fought in wars, and coped with post-traumatic stress. In The Railway Man, however, he does all three.

The Railway Man tells the story of Eric Lomax (Firth), a veteran tormented by memories of his time in Japanese captivity in Singapore during World War II, forced to work on the brutal Thai-Burma Railway. Based on Lomax’s memoir, the film chronicles his return to find his torturer, Nagase (Hiroyuki Sanada), and his attempts to overcome his trauma.

But the war drama is also wrapped in a love story, with Nicole Kidman co-starring as Patti, Lomax’s wife, who encourages him to face his demons. The film’s first trailer below splices their story together with Lomax’s pursuit of Nagase and his flashbacks to wartime.

“I have suffered much, but I know you have suffered too, and you mean everything to me,” Lomax says in a voice-over. “Some time the hating has to stop.”

With the elaborate sets, award-winning cast, and sweeping score by David Hirschfelder, the film looks to be another moving epic (dare we say Oscar contender?) based on this footage.

The Railway Man also stars Stellan Skarsgaard, Jeremy Irvine, Sam Reid, and Tanroh Ishida. Directed by Jonathan Teplitzky, the film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and does not yet have a set release date.

Cannes: Christoph Waltz, Nicole Kidman, Ang Lee join jury

Eight luminaries of eight different nationalities have joined the jury of the Cannes Film Festival, led this year for the first time by Steven Spielberg — including Austrian actor (and two-time Oscar winner) Christoph Waltz, Taiwanese director (and two-time Oscar winner) Ang Lee, and Australian actress (and… one-time Oscar winner) Nicole Kidman.

The jury is rounded out by five film vets from five more countries: Indian actress Vidya Balan, a Bollywood star who will also celebrate 100 years of the genre at a gala screening of Bombay Talkies; Japanese director Naomi Kawase, whose films have won Cannes’s Camera d’Or (in 1997) and Grand Prize (2007); British screenwriter/director Lynne Ramsay, whose film We Need to Talk About Kevin won praise at Cannes in 2011; French actor Daniel Auteuil, a BAFTA winner who snagged Cannes’s Best Actor award in 1996; and Cristian Mungiu, a three-time Cannes winner for 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, as well as last year’s Best Screenplay winner at the fest.

Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan, will open Cannes on May 15. It will close with a screening of Zulu, a political thriller starring Orlando Bloom and Forest Whitaker, on May 26.

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'Grace of Monaco' starring Nicole Kidman gets release date


Get ready to salivate over the costumes.

The Weinstein Company has just announced the acquisition of biopic Grace of Monaco, a film about Grace Kelly. Directed by Olivier Dahan (La Vie En Rose), the movie stars Nicole Kidman as Kelly and Tim Roth as Kelly’s husband, Prince Rainier III. The film also features Milo Ventimiglia, Frank Langella, Parker Posey and Paz Vega.

“More than thirty years after her death, Grace Kelly’s story continues to be one of insurmountable allure and we are so happy Olivier Dahan has brought it new life,” said TWC co-chairman Harvey Weinstein in a release. “As always, Nicole Kidman’s commanding performance is the perfect portrait of a woman who was not only royalty, but who also remains a legend of the silver screen and fashion icon.”

The film will have a theatrical release Dec. 27.

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Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Halle Berry, Sandra Bullock to present at Oscars

EW has confirmed that previous Best Actress Oscar winners Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Halle Berry, and Sandra Bullock will present at this year’s Academy Awards. Witherspoon won in 2005 for Walk the Line, Kidman won for The Hours in 2002, Berry won for Monster’s Ball in 2001, and Bullock won for The Blind Side in 2009.

The Academy Awards will air on ABC Sunday, February 24.

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New 'Stoker' poster features Nicole Kidman, and Mia Wasikowska's bloody hands -- EXCLUSIVE

Family? It’s complicated … but also bloody, at least when it comes to Oldboy director Park Chan-wook’s thriller Stoker, which stars Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska.

Case in point, check out this exclusive one-sheet poster for the film that features an unusual holiday-esque portrait warning “DO NOT DISTURB THE FAMILY” with a blood splattered twist.


Sundance to premiere 'Lovelace' and Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs biopic

The Sundance Film Festival will give the world its first look at Amanda Seyfried as a porn star in the bio-pic Lovelace and Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs in a chronicle of the Apple entrepreneur’s life in jOBS — just two high-profile projects in a packed Premieres section for the indie showcase.

The festival, which runs from Jan. 17-27 in Park City, Utah, already announced its competition lineup and Midnight Movies last week, but this non-competitive group is typically the place where films with celebrity-filled casts and best-known directors debut.

Other titles in today’s announcement include Before Midnight, the third film in the Richard Linklater-directed Ethan Hawke-July Delpy Before Sunrise and Before Sunset series — as well as new films from Steve Carell, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Naomi Watts, Brit Marling, Paul Rudd, and Dakota Fanning. Directors Jane Campion, Park Chan-Wook, and Michael Winterbottom are also bringing their latest projects.


Coming to America: South Korea's top directors on hitting Hollywood with English language films -- EXCLUSIVE

There’s a scene in South Korean director Park Chan-wook’s 2003 revenge classic Oldboy, currently being remade by Spike Lee, in which the film’s wild-haired, wild-eyed lead Min-sik Choi plops down at a restaurant and slurps on a huge fidgety live octopus, its long tentacles squirming out of his mouth. To American audiences, the moment may seem totally strange. But Park says the scene is less disgusting to Korean audiences. “They would be able to sympathize with the protagonist at that stage, who was incarcerated for 14 years,” he told EW. “He wants to eat something that is alive and moving. By chewing on this living thing, he’s venting his anger to an unknown protagonist.”

What is really gained, or lost, in translation? READ FULL STORY

'Stoker' soundtrack premiere of Emily Wells track 'Becomes the Color' -- EXCLUSIVE LISTEN!

In South Korean Oldboy director Park Chan-wook’s upcoming first English language movie Stoker, out March 1, Nicole Kidman throws eye daggers as the unloving mother of a budding, brown-haired Mia Wasikowska. The family thriller, itself, is awash in blue-tinged darkness.

In keeping with Stoker‘s intense vibe, check out this exclusive track, “Becomes the Color,” by classical-hip-hop-electronic hybrid violinist and singer Emily Wells from the film’s soundtrack, out on Milan Records on Feb. 26. “I became the color, I became the daughter and the son, when the feast is over,” sing-raps Wells, who was hand-picked by Park for the film, in a ghostly voice behind a skittering mix of keyboard blips, floating electronic melodies and a steady drum beat. The soundtrack also includes a score by Clint Mansell (Black Swan) and original pieces by experimental composer Philip Glass.


'Stoker' trailer: Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska are one disturbing family -- VIDEO

Today’s creepy movie trailer is brought to you courtesy of Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska, and Matthew Goode.

Stoker, written by Wentworth Miller, tells the story of a man who has just died. When his brother mysteriously shows up and moves in with the family, everything gets just a little bit terrifying. First going after mom (Kidman), he then turns his intense attention on her daughter (Wasikowska). The script was part of Hollywood’s 2010 buzzy “Black List,” that calls out the best “unproduced” scripts each year. Wentworth previously said of Stoker, “[It's a] horror film, a family drama and a psychological thriller, all wrapped up in one.”Watch the trailer below:


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