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Tune In And WatchNovember 16th to November 23th  2014. Volume 2, Issue 46
  
In The Lens

MATT DAMON WILL BE BACK AS BOURNE IN 2016

 
Matt Damon has confirmed his return to the role. It will be 2016 when the movie actually comes out. Paul Greenglass will direct, marking Damon and Greenglass's third collaboration and the fifth in the Bourne series.



Doubt sprouted of the return of Damon and Greenglass, with the director stating that he didn't believe he could make another Jason Bourne film that would be as good as the last two. With Bourne's quest to restore his memory complete, the director apparently felt the character was stuck in a creative dead end. The movie's story has yet to be revealed.


 



 
Universal, however, is currently developing  an untitled film set in the Bourne world with Jeremy Renner returning to play Aaron Cross. Thus far, that movie is slated for July 2016, though it's unclear if that film will stay there or if the Damon-Bourne movie will take its place.


 


SARAH JESSICA PARKER STARTS

SHOOTING "ALL ROADS LEAD TO ROME"


 

The "Sex and the City"-famed actress arrived in Italy where principal photography has started for the romantic comedy. Other cast members include Claudia Cardinale, Rosie Day and Raol Bova.


 

 

In the film, Parker plays an uptight mother named Maggie who goes on a road trip across Italy with a former lover, Lucca, played by Bova, to track down her rebellious daughter played by Day. The daughter is trying desperately to return to New York while Maggie's mother, played by Cardinale, is on her own secret love mission. Paz Vega recently joined the cast as a cut-throat Italian TV news reporter. 


According to AMBI Pictures---whose head Andreas Iervolino called 

the project "a perfect vehicle for Parker"--- the film has already racked up 

distribution sales for most of the world at the current American Film Market. 

"All Roads" is directed by Ella Lemhagen, who also collaborated 

on the screenplay.  

  

  

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WINDOWLESS PLANES: MORE ON BOARD TO RADICALLY ALTER AVIATION
 

As more design firms submit proposals, momentum is growing for the construction of planes without windows.


 

 
Plans for creation of windowless planes feature

flexible screens wrapped into the interiors of the cabins.  These screens would feature Organic Light Emitting (OLED) technology that can broadcast film or TV programming.


 


 

Removing windows from planes would significantly reduce their weight and improve aerodynamics resulting in quicker flights, lower fuel costs, cheaper ticket prices and less pollution. Production is aimed at launching commericial flights by the end of the decade. 

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BRIAN STONEHOUSE: FROM SECRET AGENT TO FASHION ILLUSTRATOR


Stonehouse, whose journey from WWII 
spy to celebrated Vogue fashion illustrator, is worthy of its own blockbuster movie. Born in 1918 and brought up between England and France, Stoenhouse attended art school where he developed a keen interest in fashion illustration. After the war broke out in 1939, his fluent French made him the ideal candidate to join the Special Operations Executive Secret Service (SEO) who sent him to sabotage the German war effort in France.
 

Posing as a French art student working for Vogue Magazine, Stonehouse transmitted information back to the British army  via a radio concealed in his art box before being arrested by the Gestapo.


After the war ended, Stonehouse emigrated to New York where, in 1962, Vogue Magazine hired him as one of their major illustrators. He enjoyed fame for more than ten years before developments in color photography overtook the use of illustration.


 

Today, fashion illustration is enjoying a resurgence and Stonehouse's talent is being recognized in a new book that chronicles his extraordinary experiences.  His sketches provide a glamorous look at fashions of postwar America. And they serve as a striking reminder of how far the artist had come. 

 

This week:
    

 

BIRD OF PARADISE 

with DOLORES DEL RIO

 

A native girl falls for a visitor to her island 

but she's chosen to be sacrificed to the Volcano god.    

 

Running Time:  80 Minutes   

Starring:  Dolores Del Rio,  Joel McCrea 

Directed By:  King Vidor

 


 

THE STRANGER 

with ORSON WELLES

 

An investigator from the War Crimes Commission travels to Connecticut to find 

an infamous Nazi. 

 

Running Time:  115 Minutes 

Starring:  Edward G. Robinson, 

Orson Welles,  Loretta Young     

Directed By: Orson Welles
 


 

LEGEND OF WOLF LODGE 

with SUSAN ANSPACH

 
A man pulls into the Wolf Lodge and ends 
up with a job. When he wakes up nightly 
to the sounds of icy voices and screams, 
he decideshe can no longer be an innocent bystander.
 

Running Time: 88 Minutes 

Starring: Susan Anspach,  Olivia d'Abo,  

Art Hindle       

Directed By: Graeme Campbell

 


 

THE  STREETFIGHTER 

with SHIN' ICHI CHIBA

 

Terry is a tough mercenary, master of martial arts. When an important business magnate dies and leaves billions o his daughter, the Mafia and Yakuza try to hire Terry to kidnap her. 

 

Running Time: 91 Minutes

Starring: Shin'Ichi Chiba,  

Yutaka Nakajima,  Goichi Yamada 

Directed By: Shighiro Ozava

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