News

Salma Hayek & Vincent Cassel to Star in Matteo Garrone's Tales

Source:   Variety
January 20, 2014


Matteo Garrone may be one of Italy's finest and most innovative filmmakers working today, having had back-to-back Cannes Film Festival Grand Prize jury winners with the crime-thriller Gomorra and the modern-day spoof on fame and celebrity with Reality. Now he's getting ready to helm his first English language film The Tale of Tales and he's just signed on Salma Hayek and Vincent Cassel to play the leads.

The film will start shooting in Italy in the spring, claiming to be Garrone's most ambitious film to date as it will give traditional Italian tales a modern twist.

Garrone's production company Archimede Film is producing with Jean Labadie’s Paris-based leading arthouse shingle Le Pacte, who will distribute in France, while HanWay Films will handle international sales.

There isn't much of a chance of the movie being ready for this year's festival season, but one can probably expect The Tale of Tales to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015 and then show up at other festivals that Fall.

(Photo source: Apega/WENN.com)


| 0 comments | Add a comment

From Around the Web

comments powered by Disqus
Latest Headlines:

Star Wars Rebels: Three New TV Spots Debut
BBC America and BBC One Announce The Living and the Dead
Damon Lindelof Pens Lost-Themed Episode for Phineas and Ferb
Matthew McConaughey Wanted to Play Randall Flagg in The Stand?
Mrs. Doubtfire Writer Signs Onto Alvin and the Chipmunks 4
Steve Martin Heads to Disney's Magic Camp
CS Video: How Actor Jack O'Connell's Star is Ascending with Starred Up
Stephen Gaghan to Direct White City Pilot for AMC
Gotham: New Behind-the-Scenes Preview Special
Watch the Trailer for Amityville: The Awakening
The Star Wars News Roundup - 8.22.14
Interview: The Creators of The One I Love
Warner Bros. Joins with Producer Robert Lorenz for Past Due
More Photos from the Set of Mission: Impossible 5
MythBusters Says Goodbye to Kari Byron, Grant Imahara and Tory Belleci
The Flash to Air on Sky1 in the UK, New International Banner Debuts
DreamWorks Animation Shifts Two Sequels Back Slightly
Two New Previews for Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Follow ComingSoon.net on Twitter
MOST ACTIVE
From our partners