EXCLUSIVE: As this year’s sales market came to a close at Cannes, Drafthouse Films acquired North American rights to German drama Nothing Bad Can Happen ahead of its premiere today in the Un Certain Regard section. Pic marks the directorial debut of filmmaker Katrin Gebbe, who also scripted, and follows a young Christian punk who moves in with the family of a man he meets by chance and becomes the target of a cruel game designed to test his faith. Drafthouse Films, the distribution arm that Austin-based Alamo Drafthouse launched in 2010, has sprung repeatedly for edgy international fare. I hear Gebbe’s film had Drafthouse buyers reminiscing on Bullhead, the Belgian pick-up that was nominated for Best Foreign Oscar in 2012 taking Drafthouse to the Academy Awards in its second year of operation. Drafthouse is plotting a theatrical and multiplatform release for 2014 with Nothing Bad Can Happen to screen at Fantastic Fest in September. In March they picked up Cheap Thrills out of SXSW and will next release the award-winning docu The Act Of Killing in July. James Shapiro negotiated the deal on behalf of Drafthouse Films with Hengameh Panahi of Celluloid Dreams.
Thought that all the season finales happened already? Nope. There's still quite a few left this week and next as we start off the summer, with Modern Family being a major one. The season 4 finale airs tonight and is taking a serious turn as the fam heads to Phil's mom's funeral, so that's going to feel different and weird. Photos: 10 Horrible Things That Happened on Nashville But before you watch, read our OK! Catch Up below to see what you missed with the Dunphys, the Prichetts and Cam and Mitch this season. Call this your Modern Family speed round, if you will... OK! Exclusive: Get the Details on OK!'s TV Hangout Jay turned 65 at the very beginning of the season, which probably got suckier when Gloria found out she was pregnant. The fam welcomed baby Joe to the family mid-way through the season, making Manny a big half brother and Mitchell and Claire big half siblings, too. Weird. Haley stars off the season in college, but mid-way through, gets kicked out for under-age drinking. Now, she's living at home with her parents and siblings and working part time, so that's fantastic news. Mitch is working hard these days as a lawyer, but he suggests that Cam get a job, too. Cam works as the school music teacher and leads the school play that Manny and Luke star in, but eventually leaves his part time gig to do something else—flip houses. Claire decides to take on the house-flipping project too. Mitch and Phil are not too thrilled, but their let their wives go at it. They end up selling the house but for barely any profit, but that was fun while it lasted, we guess. Oh right, and Claire also had a little bit of a heart problem situation where she had to get some tests done, but she's fine. Not dying anytime soon. Photos: When Do All Your Favorite Summer Shows Return This Summer? And what about the kiddos? Luke and Manny get their first girlfriends slash kisses, while Lily, meanwhile, gets into some trouble at school (which then works itself out). The big issue here though is Haley. What are we gonna do with Haley. OK! Catch Up: What to Know About Nashville Before Tonight's Finale The season finale of Modern Family airs tonight at 9pm on ABC! Have you been watching season 4? What was your favorite moment this season? Tweet us @OKMagazine! Photo credit: ABC Television Group
Sony might not have revealed its console hardware during the PlayStation 4 unveiling, but at least we walked away with a pretty good idea of how buying and selling games would work. Microsoft finally took the wraps off of its next-generation Xbox One video game console on Tuesday and many people were left with more questions than answers. The gameplay demos we saw during the presentation looked fantastic, but how exactly does buying and reselling those wonderful new games work? Eurogamer on Tuesday managed to have a lengthy chat with a Microsoft PR rep in an effort to clarify Microsoft’s policies surrounding buying and selling Xbox One games. There are still plenty of open questions, but the blog managed to
Don't mess with a sister's sis! We all have heard the phrase "blood is thicker than water" and, by golly, is it true! There's been plenty of talk going around in regards to Kim's pregnancy and her changing body. Unfortunately, some of the comments have not been very kind. Well, sister Khloe is tired of the body image negativity—and we agree! Kim, we think you're rockin' your bump! OK! News: OK! Kardashian Exclusive: Khloe Talks About Her Honeymoon Khloe Kardashian took to her Celebuzz blog to speak about the issue and showed Kim lots of love. Khloe started off the letter addressing her disgust with body criticism, reminding readers that she's had to deal with people saying unkind things about her own figure. She then spoke about Kim's pregnant body and reminded people that words truly hurt. “For anyone to ever criticize a woman who is growing another life inside of her is true scum in my eyes. I want this to be the most memorable and beautiful time in your life. I would hurt for her for years if all she remembers is the pain and emotional abuse she has received from so many vicious people. Stop being so careless with your words… Words are a powerful weapon, all I ask is that you think of the consequences of your words…Choose them wisely," she says in a letter posted on her blog. OK! News: 8 Reasons Why OK! Is Forever Team Kim She also reminded Kim of the miracle of pregnancy, her "pregnant glow," her strong personality, and also urged her to take the "high road." Watch: Kanye Defends Kim in a New Song “This is your life! Your body! Your baby! I wish you could see how you have this pregnant glow and you sparkle everyday! Your belly is fantastic! Kim! You are growing a miracle inside of you!” Read Khloe's full letter to her sister here! What do you think of Khloe's sweet letter to her sister? Tweet @OKMagazine and leave a comment below.
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