Blair Witch: After discovering a video showing what he believes to be his sister’s experiences in the demonic woods of the Blair Witch, a man and a group of his friends head to the forest to investigate.Bridget Jones’s Baby: Renée Zellweger returns to the romantic adventures of a British publishing executive, now in her 40s, pregnant and unsure of who the father is.The Montana that I grew up in is very different from what my segment of the film represents.I come from generations of Montanans, and the woman that I’m playing in Kelly’s movie is a kind of new homesteader, a new wave of pioneers that are settling and capitalizing on Montana.Why she’s there and what she wants from her experience there is very different from why my family was there and what their experiences were.Do you think Gina feels conscious of her status as an outsider?In Certain Women, released in October, Williams reunites with filmmaker Kelly Reichardt for a third time, starring in the second of three chapters based on short stories by Maile Meloy. When I saw the first movie of hers I ever saw, Old Joy, I wanted in. Hers are the only movies that I’m in that I can watch and forget that it’s me, because I get so absorbed by the filmmaking and the storytelling.Williams plays Gina, a tightly wound woman on a quest to build an authentic vacation home in Montana, despite the fact that her outsider status will render inauthentic most anything she attempts. She is singularly in pursuit of a kind of truth that I find really appealing.
Wild Oats: Everything changes for a woman (Shirley Mac Laine) when she receives a life insurance check accidentally made out for million.
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Similar praise and accolades followed in Telluride and Toronto, as the early Oscar buzz for Stone and the entire production intensified and Tom Hanks said after catching a screening, “If the audience doesn’t go and embrace something as wonderful as this, then we are all doomed.”For Stone, it is another leap in a career in which she has moved swiftly from newcomer to an Oscar nominee known for her vast comedic and dramatic talents—and yet also for being a vulnerable, relatable, self-deprecating human being.
“Makes fun of herself with ease,” says her friend Brie Larson.“Just authentically (she’s hosted twice, dropped in other times, and was brought on to do an homage to the late and beloved Gilda Radner for the show’s fortieth anniversary).