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Sophie Turner Ascends The Staircase to Join Toni Collette, Parker Posey and Juliette Binoche

HBO Max is clearly gunning for your now-empty Mare of Easttown minutes with the cast of their upcoming docudrama, The Staircase. According to Deadline, Game of Thrones’s Sophie Turner is just the latest star to join the streamer’s scripted TV adaptation, based on the 2004 documentary series of the same name from director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade about author Michael Peterson. Peterson has been accused of killing his wife Kathleen in 2001, though he claimed to have found her at the bottom of a (you guessed it) staircase in their home.
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Juliette Binoche Joins Toni Collette, Colin Firth in HBO Max’s The Staircase

The cast of HBO Max’s crime drama The Staircase continues to grow, as Deadline reports that Juliette Binoche has joined the series and will star alongside Toni Collette, Colin Firth, Rosemarie DeWitt. Based on Jean-Xavier de Lestrade’s true-crime docuseries and various books and reports on the case, the limited series...

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Truth’ on Showtime, a Terrific Acting Showcase for Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche

Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche and Ethan Hawke work under director Hirokazu Kore-eda for The Truth — now streaming on Showtime — and that combination of talent should be enough to draw in potential viewers. The film draws upon Deneuve’s status as a French film legend, with the star of Belle de Jour and Repulsion playing a role she knows well — a French film legend. Binoche plays her screenwriter daughter and Hawke is an actor and the relatively new son-in-law, and you’ll be happy to hear that Kore-eda transcends the movie-about-movies thing to tell a thoughtful story about generational relationships.

‘Fire’: Clarie Denis’ New Film Starring Juliette Binoche Shooting For Cannes Debut, ‘Stars At Noon’ May Shoot In April

French filmmaker Claire Denis’ most recent feature, “High Life,” was not only her English-language debut (though yes, technically, “Trouble Every Day” featured two Americans in France), but possibly the highest-profile movie of her career. It starred none other than Robert Pattinson, aka The Batman, who had wanted to work with the French auteur for years. Their second film together, “The Stars at Noon,” which was set to co-star Margaret Qualley, has been put on the shelf for now, due to COVID. However, film fans shouldn’t despair. It appears that Denis has a (potentially already reported) brand-new film up her sleeve, titled “Fire,” and it might actually be ready for its world premiere in France this spring.