Diane was in Los Angeles for the premiere of Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures’ film, Welcome to Marwen. Diane stunned in a sparkly Ralph & Russo couture dress with Gianvito Rossi shoes. Welcome to Marwen hits theatres on December 21st. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
Diane sat down with The Movie Times to discuss her upcoming film, Welcome to Marwen. Diane talked about her character and the filming process. Welcome to Marwen opens in theatres on December 21st. Take a look at the interview below and head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus are the proud parents of a baby girl.
While promoting her new drama Welcome to Marwen, the German-American actress, 42, opened up to Extra about the couple’s new addition, saying, “She’s very little, but I’m tired. I feel like a superhero right now.”
Calling motherhood a “very rewarding experience” thus far, Kruger — who rocks a turquoise ‘do in her new flick — said it would be an “easy yes” if her daughter ever requested to dye her own hair a fun color.
“Go for it — I wish my mom would have allowed me to do that,” she revealed. (Source)
Chanel presented their 2018/2019 Metiers d’Art Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Diane attended the runway show wearing a beautiful black gown with sheer sleeves. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
Diane made her first public appearance since the birth of her first child earlier this week. Alongside her partner, Norman Reedus, Diane attended the Versace 2018/2019 Pre-Fall Fashion Show in New York City. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
Diane’s upcoming film, Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy made it’s world premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival over the weekend. The film closed the annual festival with the film’s stars, Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern hitting the red carpet. Take a look below at what the critic’s early reviews are saying about the project:
The Hollywood Reporter – A lot more than heart is lacking in the plodding, psychologically anemic script Kelly co-wrote with Savannah Knoop, based on her memoir about being drawn into the scandal that fooled book critics and readers alike in the early 2000s. For a movie about what’s going on under the elaborately staged surface, it’s pretty much all surface, right down to its shallow observations about gender fluidity, queer identity and the creative freedom of the alternate persona.
Slash Films – Dern and Stewart are so inspiring together that it’s a damn shame the rest of the film can’t match them. I kept waiting for Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy to pick up as it unfolded; to settle into the right groove. It never happened. Instead, Dern and Stewart are forced to carry the entire film on their shoulders. Kruger is quite good as Eva, although at times the character trips into parody mode. Jim Sturgess gets lost in the shuffle as Savannah’s brother/Laura’s husband. And Courtney Love makes a brief impression in an extended cameo as a film producer. But really, this is Dern and Stewart’s show. Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy is worth seeing for them alone. Pity the rest of the film comes up short.
The Film Stage – Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy is less concerned in issues of authorship and authenticity than Author was, and that’s a key distinction. Instead, this film works to establish a real emotional link between Savannah, Laura, and the audience. The hugely talented Kelly nails it. Yet the aforementioned air of over-familiarity is impossible to overcome. It keeps Jeremiah from ever approaching greatness, but while the film may not count as a complete success, the performances are worthy of great praise.
The Playlist – his alluring story is given a rather standard treatment from director Kelly. Feeling stilted and steeped in uninspired biopic tropes, Kelly’s film never comes close to an inventiveness worthy of JT’s imaginative, outrageous story. “Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy” barely justifies its existence, and if you already know the basics of this tall tale, it’s not at all exciting to watch.
Why are you creative? It’s the titular question, and it’s a good one. Why. That one word makes the question, that really makes you stop for a second and think. Our question for you is, have you ever wondered what makes your favorite creatives create? Well, if the answer to that is yes, look no further.
In the new documentary, Why Are We Creative?, filmmaker Hermann Vaske focuses on that exact question. Vaske conducts some 50 candid interviews with people such as David Bowie, Quentin Tarantino, Ai Weiwei, Björk, Wim Wenders, Philippe Stark, Yoko Ono, John Hegarty, David Lynch, Yohji Yamamoto, Damien Hirst, Angelina Jolie, Nobuyoshi Araki, Bono, Nick Cave, Neo Rauch, Stephen Hawkins, the Dalai Lama, Peter Ustinov, Marina Abramovic, Diane Kruger, Julian Schnabel, Jimmy Page, Vivienne Westwood, Takeshi Kitano, and many others.
Diane made a brief appearance in the biographical documentary film, Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story. Written, directed and co-edited by Alexandra Dean, the film follows the life of actress and inventor Hedy Lamarr. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
Austrian actress Hedy Lamarr fled an oppressive marriage to create a name for herself as one of Hollywood’s top leading ladies in the 1940s. Behind the glamour and sex appeal, though, was a talented and inquisitive inventor who created a radio system that is now considered the basis of Bluetooth technology.
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Diane’s upcoming film, Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy is slated to make it’s world premiere at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival.
The movie, which will close out the festival, is based on the true story of Laura Albert, a writer who created the fictional persona of a young gay man named JT Leroy and wrote novels under that name. She then employed her boyfriend’s sister Savannah Knoop to portray JT in public. The story was told in a 2016 documentary, and the narrative feature is based on a memoir by Ms. Knoop. Justin Kelly directs the film, featuring Laura Dern, Kristen Stewart and Diane Kruger.
The festival runs September 6-16. For more information, go to www.tiff.net
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→ The Operative Diane as … Rachel
Released … TBA
Directed by … Yuval Adler Info / Photos / IMDb
A woman recruited by the Mossad to work undercover in Tehran goes missing.
→ Welcome to Marwen Diane as … Deja Thoris
Released … October 12, 2018
Directed by … Robert Zemeckis Info / Photos / IMDb
A victim of a brutal attack finds a unique and beautiful therapeutic outlet to help him through his recovery process.
→ Butterfly in the Typewriter Diane as … Patricia Rickels
Released … TBA 2018
Directed by … David DuBos Info / Photos / IMDb
The story of troubled author John Kennedy Toole and his struggle to bring his comic masterpiece “A Confederacy of Dunces” to print.
→ JT Leroy Diane as … Eva
Released … April 26, 2019
Directed by … Justin Kelly Info / Photos / IMDb
A young woman named Savannah Knoop spends six years pretending to be the celebrated author JT LeRoy, the made-up literary persona of her sister-in-law.
→ In The Fade Diane as … Katja Sekerci
Released … November 23, 2017
Directed by … Fatih Akin Info / Photos / IMDb
Katja’s life collapses after the death of her husband and son in a bomb attack. After a time of mourning and injustice, Katja seeks revenge.
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