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Isabel Lucas Confirms She Is In Terrence Malick's 'Knight of Cups,' Says Film Will Be Out In 2015

  • By Drew Taylor
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  • April 24, 2014 11:41 AM
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Isabel Lucas Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen
Over the past few months, some of the actors who stopped by the set of Terrence Malick's "Knight Of Cups" have shared their unique experiences working on the movie. Joel Kinnaman described having to deal with a seventeen-page monologue, Cate Blanchett called it a "quasi-religious" experience, Teresa Palmer talked about Malick's method of "torpedoing" the actors, and Antonio Banderas thinks he's made the final cut, though some of the material he doesn't even remember shooting. And now another actress reveals that she too has probably survived the editing process, but adds that we'll perhaps be waiting much longer to see the finished product.

Tribeca Review: ‘Electric Slide’ Starring Jim Sturgess, Isabel Lucas & Chloe Sevigny

  • By Rodrigo Perez
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  • April 23, 2014 3:02 PM
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Electric Slide Jim Sturgess
Eddie Dodson (Jim Sturgess) is a dandyish incorrigible playboy. He parties, indulges in blow and comes and goes as he pleases with an insouciant urbane air. And while his chic antique store is a hit in L.A., even attracting local celebrities, Dodson is dead broke. Sleeping with bored and disenfranchised rich socialites doesn’t pay the bills either. His drug habit seems manageable, but what is no longer tenable is the deep debt he owes to ruthless, local loan sharks whose patience has run dry. Faced with no other options – these gangsters will rub Dodson out if he doesn’t bring their dough – the desperate but charming swindler decides to rob banks.

2014 Tribeca Film Festival Slate Includes 'Goodbye To All That,' 'Electric Slide,' 'Dior And I,' 'Starred Up' & More

  • By Joshua Encinias
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  • March 4, 2014 12:00 PM
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2014 Tribeca Film Festival
The Tribeca Film Festival has unveiled the first half of their 2014 slate—that’s 47 of the 87 feature-length films—including the World Documentary, Feature Competition, Viewpoints, Spotlight, Midnight and Storyscapes. This year is Tribeca’s 14th festival and welcomes indie filmmakers and international celebrities alike.

Jim Sturgess & Isabel Lucas Do 'The Electric Slide' In Former Ewan McGregor & Carey Mulligan Project

  • By Joe Cunningham
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  • November 1, 2012 6:18 PM
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The American Film Market is in full swing at the moment, and back at the event in 2009, “The Electric Slide” was being shopped to potential buyers with a mocked up poster featuring its attached stars, Ewan McGregor and Carey Mulligan. Fast-forward three years and the film is back at the AFM where Myriad Pictures has taken on sales duties for the flick, which is now being top-lined by Jim Sturgess and Isabel Lucas.

'Dragonslayer' Director Tristan Patterson Talks Task Of Making 'Electric Slide' With Ewan McGregor

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • May 2, 2011 10:47 AM
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Getting a film off the ground is no easy feat, and for a first time filmmaker, that task tends to be all the more difficult. However, for director Tristan Patterson, he's gotten off to a helluva start. His first film, the SXSW Best Documentary winner "Dragonslayer," has put him firmly on the map. We caught up with the film at IFFBoston and thought it was great, calling it a boundary pushing flick that created an authentic moviegoing experience. But what most people may not know is that Patterson was initially attached to make "Electric Slide" his film debut. The film had Ewan McGregor and Carey Mulligan set to star but as it goes, things didn't come together at the time. However, there is still life in the project. Last month, it was confirmed to still be in development (though Mulligan has moved on) and we recently caught up with Patterson at IFFBoston who indicated the film was still very much on this radar.

Andrew Garfield & Ewan McGregor May Star In Rival Bank Robber Flicks 'The Robber' & 'Electric Slide'

  • By Oliver Lyttelton
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  • March 4, 2011 1:59 AM
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For over a century now, bank robbers have been an eternally popular choice of protagonists for film-makers: as we saw when we looked at the genre last year, countless great pictures have been made centering around heists, and the success of Ben Affleck's "The Town" proved that audiences still love to see armed robbery on their screens. There's more caper pictures in the works -- most notably Brett Ratner's comedy "Tower Heist," with Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy, and now two rival projects based around bank robbing look to be on the way.

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