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Boy Erased tells the story of Jared (Hedges), the son of a Baptist pastor in a small American town, who is outed to his parents (Kidman and Crowe) at age 19. Jared is faced with an ultimatum: attend a gay conversion therapy program – or be permanently exiled and shunned by his family, friends, and faith. “Boy Erased” is the true story of one young man’s struggle to find himself while being forced to question every aspect of his identity.

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‘Boy Erased’ Trailer: Joel Edgerton Sends Lucas Hedges to Gay Conversion Therapy

Posted on Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 by Hoai-Tran Bui

After trying his hand at the psychological horror genre with his directorial debut The Gift, Joel Edgerton pivots to dramatically different fare for his next film, Boy Erased. Based on the memoir by Garrard Conley, Boy Erased follows a gay teen (Lucas Hedges) who is outed and forced to attend gay conversion therapy — or else be shunned by his entire community.

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Following a whirlwind string of roles in Oscar darlings like Manchester By the Sea (for which he received a Best Supporting Actor nomination), Lady Bird, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Lucas Hedges looks like he won’t be stopping his streak anytime soon. Hedges stars in Boy Erased as Garrard Conley, a son of a Baptist pastor in a small American town who is discovered to be gay by his conservative parents (Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe) and subsequently outed. After he is pressured to attend gay conversion therapy, he clashes with the head therapist (Edgerton) working there.

Edgerton told Entertainment Weekly that he chose Boy Erased as his next project partly because of his fascination with prisons, cults, and religious extremism, but also because he was touched by Conley’s real-life experiences detailed in his 2016 memoir.

“The film satisfies the dramatic and salacious stuff that interested me, but it also had an emotional resonance to it that I felt didn’t just make it a dark and nihilistic story,” Edgerton said. “Garrard’s story is so full of redemption.”

It’s a sensitive subject to tackle, especially at a time when the dangerous practice of gay conversion is thriving in the U.S. It also seems to be the topic of the moment for buzzy festival circuit films, with the upcoming The Miseducation of Cameron Post adding a slightly lighter coming-of-age touch on the subject. But Boy Erased, with its Oscar-nominated cast and somber tone, seems distinctly more serious.

Here’s the synopsis for Boy Erased:

Jared is the son of a small-town Baptist pastor who gets outed to his parents at age 19. He’s soon faced with an ultimatum — attend a gay conversion therapy program or be permanently exiled and shunned by his family, friends and faith.

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Oscars: Venice Plants Flag to Start Festival Season

  • 2 hours ago
  • by Kristopher Tapley
  • Variety – Film News

With Damien Chazelle’s “First Man” set for an Aug. 29 opening-night bow at the Venice Film Festival, this year’s film awards season is ready for liftoff. The 75th annual Biennale will kick off months of festival premieres after studios and filmmakers spent the summer jockeying for position, zeroing in on the right strategy for launching their Oscar hopefuls.

Films such as “Gravity,” “Birdman,” “Spotlight” and “La La Land” began their journeys in Venice, as did last year’s best picture victor, “The Shape of Water.” This year, the Lido will again host an early look at much of the season’s landscape.

Chief among the world premieres might be Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” with Lady Gaga, the third remake of William A. Wellman’s 1937 classic. Curiously, though, the film will not be screening in competition. And Warner Bros. has opted out of a presence for the

Oscars: Venice Plants Flag to Start Festival Season

  • 2 hours ago
  • by Kristopher Tapley
  • Variety

With Damien Chazelle’s “First Man” set for an Aug. 29 opening-night bow at the Venice Film Festival, this year’s film awards season is ready for liftoff. The 75th annual Biennale will kick off months of festival premieres after studios and filmmakers spent the summer jockeying for position, zeroing in on the right strategy for launching their Oscar hopefuls.

Films such as “Gravity,” “Birdman,” “Spotlight” and “La La Land” began their journeys in Venice, as did last year’s best picture victor, “The Shape of Water.” This year, the Lido will again host an early look at much of the season’s landscape.

Chief among the world premieres might be Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” with Lady Gaga, the third remake of William A. Wellman’s 1937 classic. Curiously, though, the film will not be screening in competition. And Warner Bros. has opted out of a presence for the

Theodore Pellerin Joins Kirsten Dunst YouTube Premium Series (Exclusive)

  • 3 hours ago
  • by Joe Otterson
  • Variety

Theodore Pellerin has joined the upcoming YouTube Premium dark comedy series “On Becoming a God in Central Florida,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Set near Orlando in the early 1990s, the show centers on Krystal Gill (Kirsten Dunst), a minimum-wage-earning water park employee who will eventually scheme her way up the ranks of Founders American Merchandise: the cultish, flag waving, multi-billion dollar pyramid scheme that drove her family to ruin. Pellerin has been cast in the lead role of Cody. YouTube ordered a 10-episode first season back in June, which will begin shooting in New Orleans this October and is slated to debut in 2019.

Pellerin recently won the Revelation of the Year award for best new actor at the Gala Quebec Cinema for his work in the film “Chien de Garde.” Previously, he was named as one of Tiff’s Rising Stars and just wrapped a role in Joel Edgerton’s

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Julia Roberts, Lucas Hedges have a touching reunion in Ben is Back teaser

  • 4 days ago
  • by Matt Rooney
  • JoBlo

Lucas Hedges, Julia Roberts Embrace in First Teaser Trailer for ‘Ben Is Back’ (Video)

  • 4 days ago
  • by Beatrice Verhoeven
  • The Wrap

Lucas Hedges unexpectedly comes back home and embraces Julia Roberts in the first teaser trailer for “Ben Is Back.”

Directed and written by Peter Hedges (“What’s Eating Gilbert Grape”), the film follows Ben Burns (Hedges), a recovering 19-year-old addict who unexpectedly returns to his mother’s house on Christmas Eve. Ben’s mother, Holly (Roberts), is relieved and welcoming but wary of her son staying clean. Over a turbulent 24 hours, new truths are revealed, and Holly is tested as she does everything in her power to keep him safe.

Courtney B. Vance and Kathryn Newton also star. Black Bear Pictures & Color Force produced the film with 30West and Black Bear fully financing the project. The film was produced by Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Teddy Schwarzman and Peter Hedges.

Also Read: Julia Roberts Drama ‘Ben Is Back’ Acquired by Roadside, Lionsgate and Ld

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‘Ben Is Back’ Teaser Trailer: Lucas Hedges and Julia Roberts Reunite Before Enduring Family Turmoil

  • 4 days ago
  • by Zack Sharf
  • Indiewire

After appearing in best picture nominees “Lady Bird” and “Three Billboards” last year, Lucas Hedges is set to have yet another extremely busy awards season this fall. The 21-year-old “Manchester by the Sea” Oscar nominee is appearing in “Boy Erased” and Jonah Hill’s directorial debut “Mid90s,” plus the family drama “Ben Is Back.”

“Back Is Back” stars Hedges as the eponymous 19-year-old who unexpectedly returns home to his family’s suburban home on Christmas Eve morning. Julia Roberts plays Ben’s mother Holly, who worries her son will have trouble staying clean while visiting his hometown. The film takes place over 24 hours as Holly’s love for Ben is put to the test.

“Ben Is Back” is written and directed by Peter Hedges, who happens to be Lucas Hedges’ father. Peter’s directorial credits also include “Dan in Real Life” and “The Odd Life of Timothy Green.” His

‘Miseducation of Cameron Post’ Plans Awards Campaign for Chloë Grace Moretz (Exclusive)

  • 5 days ago
  • by Brent Lang
  • Variety – Film News



FilmRise will mount an awards season campaign for “The Miseducation of Cameron Post,” Variety has learned. The indie studio plans to push Chloë Grace Moretz in the lead actress category and seems to believe the star has the best chance of earning some plaudits love.

“The Miseducation of Cameron Post” centers on a high school junior (Moretz) who is sent to gay conversion camp after she is caught making out with her female friend at a homecoming dance. The film debuted at Sundance, where it won the grand jury prize and received strong reviews.

“Chloë deserves to be recognized for playing such a nuanced role and for her work championing the film and its mission,” said Faye Tsakas, director of acquisitions at FilmRise.

The indie studio will also push the film for best picture, screenplay, director, and for the work of cast members such as Jennifer Ehle and John Gallagher.

‘Miseducation of Cameron Post’ Plans Awards Campaign for Chloë Grace Moretz (Exclusive)

  • 5 days ago
  • by Brent Lang
  • Variety

FilmRise will mount an awards season campaign for “The Miseducation of Cameron Post,” Variety has learned. The indie studio plans to push Chloë Grace Moretz in the lead actress category and seems to believe the star has the best chance of earning some plaudits love.

“The Miseducation of Cameron Post” centers on a high school junior (Moretz) who is sent to gay conversion camp after she is caught making out with her female friend at a homecoming dance. The film debuted at Sundance, where it won the grand jury prize and received strong reviews.

“Chloë deserves to be recognized for playing such a nuanced role and for her work championing the film and its mission,” said Faye Tsakas, director of acquisitions at FilmRise.

The indie studio will also push the film for best picture, screenplay, director, and for the work of cast members such as Jennifer Ehle and John Gallagher.

Box Office: Can Fall Movies Keep Summer Hot Streak Alive?

  • 6 days ago
  • by Brent Lang and Rebecca Rubin
  • Variety – Film News

What a difference a few blockbusters make.

It wasn’t all that long ago that cynics were declaring end times for the movie business. While the industry still faces many challenges — from the rise of streaming services to the collapse of the home entertainment market — it appears to have regained its footing at the box office. Thanks to hits such as “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” “Incredibles 2” and “Deadpool 2,” theatrical revenues this summer were up 12% year over year, and attendance through the first half of 2018 is up more than 3%.

But before Hollywood takes its victory lap, there are some hurdles it still needs to overcome; notably, the lack of a “Star Wars” movie to close out the year. Instead, studios are banking on films such as “Mary Poppins Returns,” “Aquaman” and an animated version of “The Grinch” to make up the difference. “I’d say the movie business is generally in a good place,

Box Office: Can Fall Movies Keep Summer Hot Streak Alive?

  • 6 days ago
  • by Brent Lang and Rebecca Rubin
  • Variety

What a difference a few blockbusters make.

It wasn’t all that long ago that cynics were declaring end times for the movie business. While the industry still faces many challenges — from the rise of streaming services to the collapse of the home entertainment market — it appears to have regained its footing at the box office. Thanks to hits such as “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” “Incredibles 2” and “Deadpool 2,” theatrical revenues this summer were up 12% year over year, and attendance through the first half of 2018 is up more than 3%.

But before Hollywood takes its victory lap, there are some hurdles it still needs to overcome; notably, the lack of a “Star Wars” movie to close out the year. Instead, studios are banking on films such as “Mary Poppins Returns,” “Aquaman” and an animated version of “The Grinch” to make up the difference. “I’d say the movie business is generally in a good place,

‘Boy Erased’, ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Among Slate For 2018 Austin Film Festival

  • 7 days ago
  • by Amanda N’Duka
  • Deadline

Austin Film Festival has unveiled the first batch of films that will screen at its 25th-anniversary program taking place October 25 to November 1. Among the lineup is Boy Erased, the Joel Edgerton-helmed coming-of-age Lgbtq drama that stars Lucas Hedges, Russell Crowe, and Nicole Kidman.

In addition, Melissa McCarthy-starring biopic Can You Ever Forgive Me?, directed by Marielle Heller, will get a regional premiere at the fest, while Nia DaCosta’s directorial debut Little Woods, starring Tessa Thompson and Lily James, and Hannah Fidell’s comedy, The Long Dumb Road, with Tony Revolori and Jason Mantzoukas are also set.

World premiere films include The Black String, which stars Malcolm In The Middle alum Frankie Muniz as well as family cult drama Fishbowl, faith-based flick Speaking in Tongues, and high school football documentary Fathers of Football.

Furthermore, Aff will host a screening of Roger Corman’s 1957 film Rock All Night, as part of its retrospective series,

‘Boy Erased,’ ‘Little Woods,’ ‘Shoplifters’ Set for Austin Film Festival (Exclusive)

  • 7 days ago
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

The Austin Film Festival has unveiled “Boy Erased,” “Little Woods” and “Shoplifters” as part of its first wave of titles for its 25th anniversary program taking place Oct. 25 to Nov. 1, Variety has learned exclusively.

Other films revealed Tuesday include the regional premiere of “Can You Ever Forgive Me?,” starring Melissa McCarthy as controversial celebrity biographer Lee Israel; horror/thriller “The Black String,” which stars Frankie Muniz as a lonely store clerk who believes he is the target of a sinister occult plot; cult drama “Fishbowl”; faith-grappling drama “Speaking in Tongues”; and “The Long Dumb Road,” starring Tony Revolori, Jason Mantzoukas, Taissa Farmiga and Ron Livingston.

High school football documentary “Fathers of Football,” directed by Austin local Bradley Beesley, has also been scheduled. As part of its continuing retrospective series, Aff will host a screening of Roger Corman’s 1957 cult classic “Rock All Night,” presented by Robert Rodriguez and Corman himself,

‘Boy Erased,’ ‘Little Woods,’ ‘Shoplifters’ Set for Austin Film Festival (Exclusive)

  • 7 days ago
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety

The Austin Film Festival has unveiled “Boy Erased,” “Little Woods” and “Shoplifters” as part of its first wave of titles for its 25th anniversary program taking place Oct. 25 to Nov. 1, Variety has learned exclusively.

Other films revealed Tuesday include the regional premiere of “Can You Ever Forgive Me?,” starring Melissa McCarthy as controversial celebrity biographer Lee Israel; horror/thriller “The Black String,” which stars Frankie Muniz as a lonely store clerk who believes he is the target of a sinister occult plot; cult drama “Fishbowl”; faith-grappling drama “Speaking in Tongues”; and “The Long Dumb Road,” starring Tony Revolori, Jason Mantzoukas, Taissa Farmiga and Ron Livingston.

High school football documentary “Fathers of Football,” directed by Austin local Bradley Beesley, has also been scheduled. As part of its continuing retrospective series, Aff will host a screening of Roger Corman’s 1957 cult classic “Rock All Night,” presented by Robert Rodriguez and Corman himself,

TIFF Adds ‘Boy Erased,’ & New Films By Jeremy Saulnier, Paul Greengrass, Jonah Hill & More

  • 14 August 2018
  • by Charles Barfield
  • The Playlist

As we approach the September kick-off date, the Toronto International Film Festival is beginning to round out its already-stacked lineup with new high-profile, awards-caliber films. Earlier today, we reported that new films starring Chris Pine, Laura Dern, and Kristen Stewart were opening and closing the fest, but now we know some of the other big projects that are joining them.

Leading the way is the international premiere of the Joel Edgerton film “Boy Erased.” That film, which stars Russell Crowe, Nicole Kidman, and Lucas Hedges, is getting plenty of awards-season buzz.

Tiff Adds Sam Taylor-Johnson’s ‘A Million Little Pieces,’ Paul Greengrass’ ’22 July’, Joel Edgerton’s ‘Boy Erased’ To Preem List

  • 14 August 2018
  • by Mike Fleming Jr
  • Deadline

The 2018 Toronto International Film Festival has rounded out its slate of gala premieres in what is looking like a very strong filmmaker-driven slate. Here are all the new additions.

Green Book Peter Farrelly | USA World Premiere

Closing Night Film — Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy Justin Kelly | Canada/USA/United Kingdom World Premiere

The Lie Veena Sud | Canada World Premiere

Opening Night Film — Outlaw King David Mackenzie | USA/United Kingdom World Premiere

Special Presentations 2018

22 July Paul Greengrass | Norway/Iceland North American Premiere

American Woman Jake Scott | USA World Premiere

Baby ( Bao Bei Er ) Liu Jie | China World Premiere

Driven Nick Hamm | Puerto Rico/United Kingdom/USA North American Premiere

Duelles (Mothers’ Instinct) Olivier Masset-Depasse | Belgium/France World Premiere

A Faithful Man ( L’homme fidèle ) Louis Garrel | France World Premiere

Hold the Dark Jeremy Saulnier | USA World Premiere

Tiff 2018 Adds New Movies from Paul Greengrass, Jeremy Saulnier, Jonah Hill, and More

  • 14 August 2018
  • by Matt Goldberg
  • Collider.com

Tiff Adds More High-Profile Titles, Including Jonah Hill’s ‘Mid90s,’ ‘Boy Erased,’ ‘Hold the Dark,’ and Many More

  • 14 August 2018
  • by Kate Erbland
  • Indiewire

The Toronto International Film Festival​ has unveiled its second batch of titles premiering in its Gala and Special Presentations programs next month, including four new Gala titles and a whopping 22 new Special Presentations, plus their star-studded Masters and Contemporary World Cinema sections.

Joining previously announced titles like “A Star Is Born,” “If Beale Street Could Talk,” “High Life,” and “Widows,” are a number of other major awards season titles, including Jonah Hill’s directorial debut “Mid90s,” Joel Edgerton’s “Boy Erased,” Jeremy Saulnier’s “Hold the Dark,” Paul Greengrass’ fact-based “22 July,” and Naomi Kawase’s English-language debut “Vision.”

The festival also announced this morning that that event will open with David Mackenzie’s “Outlaw King” and close with Justin Kelly’s “Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy.”

“We’re rounding out the lineup of Galas and Special Presentations with some of the most exciting films of the year,” said Cameron Bailey, Artistic Director of Tiff,

Paul Greengrass, Jonah Hill Movies Part of Huge Addition to Toronto Film Festival Lineup

  • 14 August 2018
  • by Steve Pond
  • The Wrap

The Toronto International Film Festival has added a lineup of directors that range from Paul Greengrass to Jonah Hill and includes a large contingent of celebrated international auteurs.

The more than 100 additions to the Toronto lineup include Greengrass’ “22 July,” about 2011 terrorist attacks in Norway; Hill’s feature directorial debut, “Mid90s,” with Katherine Waterston and Lucas Hedges in a story of a Southern California teen who discovers skateboarding; “Green Book,” from “There’s Something About Mary” and “Dumb and Dumber” director Peter Farrelly; and Joel Edgerton’s “Boy Erased,” a coming-of-age drama written and directed by Edgerton and starring Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe, and Lucas Hedges as a teen who is put in a gay conversion program.

The new films span five different sections of the festival: Galas, Special Presentations, Masters, Contemporary World Cinema and Wavelengths.

Also Read: ‘Beautiful Boy,’ ‘A Star Is Born’ Highlight Toronto Film

Toronto unveils Contemporary World Cinema, more Galas and Special Presentations

  • 14 August 2018
  • by Jeremy Kay
  • ScreenDaily

World premieres of Peter Farrelly’s 1960s-set race drama Green Book starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, Sebastian Lelio’s Gloria remake Gloria Bell starring Julianne Moore, and Jonah Hill’s feature directorial debut Mid90s are among a giant announcement of new titles by the Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff) on Tuesday (August 14).

The selection of films comprises 26 additions to Galas and Special Presentations, 47 Contemporary World Cinema selections, 11 Masters entries, and shorts and features in the Wavelengths section. Earlier in the day Tiff announced the world premieres of Outlaw

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‘Boy Erased’ Trailer: Joel Edgerton Sends Lucas Hedges to Gay Conversion Therapy

Posted on Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 by Hoai-Tran Bui

After trying his hand at the psychological horror genre with his directorial debut The Gift, Joel Edgerton pivots to dramatically different fare for his next film, Boy Erased. Based on the memoir by Garrard Conley, Boy Erased follows a gay teen (Lucas Hedges) who is outed and forced to attend gay conversion therapy — or else be shunned by his entire community.

Boy Erased Trailer

Following a whirlwind string of roles in Oscar darlings like Manchester By the Sea (for which he received a Best Supporting Actor nomination), Lady Bird, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Lucas Hedges looks like he won’t be stopping his streak anytime soon. Hedges stars in Boy Erased as Garrard Conley, a son of a Baptist pastor in a small American town who is discovered to be gay by his conservative parents (Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe) and subsequently outed. After he is pressured to attend gay conversion therapy, he clashes with the head therapist (Edgerton) working there.

Edgerton told Entertainment Weekly that he chose Boy Erased as his next project partly because of his fascination with prisons, cults, and religious extremism, but also because he was touched by Conley’s real-life experiences detailed in his 2016 memoir.

“The film satisfies the dramatic and salacious stuff that interested me, but it also had an emotional resonance to it that I felt didn’t just make it a dark and nihilistic story,” Edgerton said. “Garrard’s story is so full of redemption.”

It’s a sensitive subject to tackle, especially at a time when the dangerous practice of gay conversion is thriving in the U.S. It also seems to be the topic of the moment for buzzy festival circuit films, with the upcoming The Miseducation of Cameron Post adding a slightly lighter coming-of-age touch on the subject. But Boy Erased, with its Oscar-nominated cast and somber tone, seems distinctly more serious.

Here’s the synopsis for Boy Erased:

Jared is the son of a small-town Baptist pastor who gets outed to his parents at age 19. He’s soon faced with an ultimatum — attend a gay conversion therapy program or be permanently exiled and shunned by his family, friends and faith.

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