[Evening]The Beatles’ manager biographical film starring decision / Wes Anderson and other new works in Cannes / Owen Wilson’s new work as moderator

THE RIVEREvening editionIn the issue, we will deliver a summary of news and topics that we would like to pay attention to, although they were not mentioned in the article of the day. Click here for the topic of April 19, 2021!

The Beatles manager Brian Epstein’s biographical film has been revealed to star in “The Queen’s Gambit” Jacob Fortune Lloyd. The director is Jonas Akerland, a former bandman who also wrote the story of the band in “Lords of Chaos”. Scheduled to be shot in London.

Source:Deadline

At the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” and Paul Verhoeven’s “Benedetta” will be on display. The festival’s director, Thierry Fremaux, has revealed. “The French Dispatch” was officially listed and selected last year, but it hasn’t been screened because the festival wasn’t held. According to Thierry, the Cannes International Film Festival is scheduled to be held in July and is expected to be held with the audience instead of virtual.

Source:The Playlist

Owen Wilson, known for “Midnight in Paris” (2012), has been revealed to appear in the new independent film “Paint”. The story tells the story of Karl Nurgle, a man who has been the host of a painting show for the past 27 years, losing what he loves when a television station hires a young and talented painter. Co-starring Stephen Root in “The Man in the High Castle” (2015-2019), Wendi McLendon-Corvy in “The Worst Wedding Plan in Bridesmaids History” (2012), and Michaela Watkins in “Casual” (2015-2018) Three people are in a row. Directed and written by Brit McAdams, who is mainly active in drama works such as “Tosh Point O” (2009-2020). Currently shooting in New York, USA.

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