Small Update: Dance of the Mirlitons

Small update about Chloe’s upcoming film, Dance of the Mirlitons which includes a description about the movie:

Dance of the Mirlitons: Kristen Bell, Bailee Madison, Chloe Moretz and Jackie Earle Haley are attached to star and Dubiecki will produce with Joel Michaely and Joseph Kline. Evan Greenberg (Sex Farce) is writing to direct. In this comedy/drama, chubby Jesse Urchin shocks everyone except her ex-dancer mother Corinne when she is accepted into the prestigious Battleboro School for Dancers. As Corinne struggles to acclimate to her posh stomping grounds of old, Jesse learns that to get to the top she must kill or be killed when she suddenly finds herself immersed in the cutthroat world of prima ballerinas.

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Hugo wins Two Awards at VES Awards

Hugo won two awards at VES Awards:

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture
Hugo: Ben Grossmann, Alex Henning, Rob Legato, Karen Murphy

Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture
Hugo: Martin Chamney, Rob Legato, Adam Watkins, Fabio Zangla

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‘Hugo,’ ‘Potter,’ ‘Dragon Tattoo’ top ADG Awards

”Hugo,” ”Harry Potter” and ”The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” earned top honors from the Art Directors Guild at the 16th annual Excellence in Production Design ceremony on Saturday at the Beverly Hilton.

Dante Ferretti earned the trophy for best period film for ”Hugo ,” Stuart Craig was recognized as best fantasy film for ”Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” and Donald Graham Burt earned contemporary film honors for ”Dragon Tattoo.” Gary Oldman also presented ”Harry Potter” producer David Heyman with the Cinematic Imagery Award, who accepted with the team that brought the franchise to life over 10 years. ”There was really no ego, there was only pride,” he said about translating J.K. Rowling’s books to the screen.

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Hugo Hits DVD February 28th

Martin Scorsese’s fantastical Hugo may still not have made back its budget yet ($170 million according to IMDb; it’s grossed $75.6 million worldwide so far), but it’s definitely earned some fans in Hollywood. It’s landed 11 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director alongside unsurprising nods in categories like Visual Effects and Costume Design. Unfortunately, if you were hoping to watch it before the Academy Awards air, you’ll have to try to find a theater still playing it, because Hugo won’t arrive on Blu-ray and DVD until February 28th.

Hugo is an adventure set in the 1930s and based on Brian Selznick’s novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret. It’s about a young boy named Hugo (Asa Butterfield) who lives in the walls of a Paris train station, stealing food to survive and working on his dead father’s last project: a mechanical man. Convinced that the automaton contains a secret message from his father, Hugo sets out on an adventure that will eventually cross his path with that of George Melies, the filmmaker of A Trip to the Moon.

Paramount Home Media Distribution will release Hugo as a 3D Blu-ray, standard Blu-ray, DVD, digital download, and On Demand on February 28th. The physical copies will all be sporting UltraViolet capability, which allows you to claim a digital copy of the movie and then watch it on any computer, mobile device, or net-connected TV. It will be available as a three-disc 3D/Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, as a two-disc Blu-ray/DVD pack, and as a single-disc DVD. Here’s how the discs will break down.

Blu-Ray

Feature film in high definition
Shoot the Moon (The Making of Hugo)
The Cinemagician, Georges Méliès
The Mechanical Man at the Heart of Hugo
Big Effects, Small Scale
Sacha Baron Cohen: Role of a Lifetime

DVD

Feature film in standard definition

The single-disc DVD will be mostly bare bones, but will include the “Shoot the Moon” making-of segment. You can read more about Hugo in our Blend Film Database.

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