2013 TIFF Portraits
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September 11, 2013
           
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‘Third Person’ cast pose at the Guess Portrait Studio during 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. HQ portraits in our gallery! Be sure to check out additional photos of Third Person Premiere and Third Person Press Conference.



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Third Person Press Conference
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September 10, 2013
           
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Mila Kunis and the cast of Third Person attended Press Conference for the movie during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival at TIFF Bell Lightbox.

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‘Third Person’ Premiere at TIFF (Part 2)
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September 10, 2013
           
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Over 130 photos of Mila at ‘Third Person’ Premiere during the 2013 TIFF have been added to the gallery. Take a look!

“I love me some Toronto, but I’ve never been to the festival – it’s very fun, but crazy,” the 30-year-old actress told reporters outside the Elgin Theatre on Monday night. “It’s a little crazier than I thought it was going to be. I thought it would be a little low-key. It’s a little fancy-pants. The Canadians really brought it!”

“Playing flawed characters is always an attraction to an actor, and in this film, there are no protagonists – only real, honest, human characters,” Kunis explained. “It’s always a challenge to take a character that’s not innately likeable and to make the audience root for them.”

And even if her character had been less challenging, there was another significant reason for Kunis to star in “Third Person.”

“I wanted to work with Paul,” she said. “It was a very simple decision.”

Source: Yahoo Canada

‘Third Person’ TIFF Premiere
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September 9, 2013
           
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First HQ photos of Mila at the ‘Third Person’ Premiere during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival at The Elgin, today. Wearing a white Burberry Prorsum dress and Gemfields earrings by Nam Cho. More ASAP!

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2013 TIFF Variety Studio
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September 9, 2013
           
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Mila Kunis attended the Variety Studio presented by Moroccanoil at Holt Renfrew during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, today. Check out 14 HQ photos below!


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Paul Haggis About Mila & ‘Third Person’
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September 8, 2013
           
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Paul Haggis talked to Hollywood Reporter about his latest film, the relationship drama Third Person.

Third Person will make its world premiere Sept. 9. Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, Adrien Brody, Olivia Wilde, James Franco and Moran Atias star as three couples involved in interlocking love stories.

You are not the kind of filmmaker who bangs out a script every year. Are you particularly methodical with your writing process?
I wish I could. My God, I wish I was Woody Allen. But then again, who doesn’t? It takes longer for me to get a script right. And Third Person was the longest one ever for me. Million Dollar Baby took me a year to write while Crash took a few months, but then a year of research. So this one took 2½ years. Then we got financing, and it went fairly quickly a™fter that.

What was the genesis of Third Person?
I was in the last few weeks of shooting The Next Three Days and looking for my next project. Mila Kunis and I were having co•ffee. She suggested that maybe I should do a sort of Crash for relationships — about how they go bad, how we destroy the things we love and the various ways that you can either save or ruin a relationship, which I’m interested in. We talked for quite a while about that. I started digging into some books. I started writing one story. I then created a multi-character, multi-storyline piece out of it. I wrote it all backwards. I wrote it from the inside out rather than structure it first, which was a huge mistake. Being a structuralist, I should know a lot better.

This is your first multi-storyline screenplay since Crash. How do the two screenplays differ from each other?
It’s not the same narrative structure. In Crash, the characters led to each other. These are more parallel stories. They’re intertwined in a very odd way. They don’t know each other for the most part.

Where did you draw inspiration from?
Pretty much my life, as with Crash. You see things, you hear things, you feel things, and then you fictionalize those things. While I can’t say I’m any of the characters, I’m also all the characters. And the women are women I loved, although they’d never recognize themselves. I was also inspired by time I spent in Italy years ago. I was very interested in how gypsies were treated there. I wanted to [delve into] what it would be like to be one. I had a love-hate relationship with Italy. I created a man, a salesman there, who just hated everything about Italy. He falls for the one woman he should never fall for and decides to trust someone who is completely untrustworthy. He has reasons for doing that.

What has kept you from diving into the deep end of the studio filmmaking pool?
It’s hugely scary, all of the special eff•ects and all that action. The wonderful thing about directing a film like Third Person is that you bring in wonderful actors, you rehearse, and then decide where you’re going to put the camera and capture. Usually, you don’t bring that to the big-budget film.

Read more at: hollywoodreporter.com

TIFF Live Press Conferences
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September 7, 2013
           
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Blood Ties & Third Person will premiere at Toronto International Film Festival on Tuesday, September 10 and you have a chance to watch press conference for both movies live below! Mark your calendar!

Blood Ties International Trailer
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September 1, 2013
           
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International Trailer for Blood Ties has just arrived over at AlloCine this morning.

The crime story (starring Mila Kunis, Clive Owen, Billy Crudup, Marion Cotillard, Zoe Saldana, James Caan, Matthias Schoenaerts) takes place in New York in 1974, and centers on two brothers. One has recently been released from prison, and the other is a cop who is trying to help his brother out only to discover that old habits die hard.

 

Blood Ties set to be released in French cinemas on October 30. TIFF premiere on September 9!

New Poster for Blood Ties
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August 29, 2013
           
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New poster for Blood Ties has been released. The movie is also soon to be premiered at Toronto International Festival (previously screened at Cannes) on September 9.

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HQ Promos for Forgetting Sarah Marshall
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August 23, 2013
           
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8 high-res promotional images of Mila and the cast from Forgetting Sarah Marshall have been added to the gallery. Check them out by clicking on thumbnails below!

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