David Cronenberg’s ‘Maps To The Stars’ Released On DVD & Blu-Ray In U.S Today

Maps To The Stars is out on DVD, Blu-Ray, instant video or Netflix in the U.S today.
All the links you need to grab yourself a copy are down below.

Click HERE For NETFLIX

VIDEO: Julianne Moore makes a glowing appearance on The View and talks about Maps To The Stars

Julianne Moore was on The View today! It’s a great appearance and shouldn’t be missed. She also gave a winning endorsement for Maps To The Stars, naturally. Havana just wants a mother’s love and can we really fault her for that?  😉

Check it out!

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AWARDS: John Cusack wins best supporting actor and Howard Shore wins best score for Maps To The Stars at CSAs!

The Canadian Screen Awards were held this past Sunday and John Cusack won the awards for Best Supporting Actor in Maps To The Stars! Howard Shore also won CSA Achievement in Music – Original Score for MTTS. Screenwriter, Bruce Wagner, was there to accept Cusack’s award. Julianne Moore and Sarah Gadon were also on deck representing Maps To The Stars.

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Julianne Moore introduced the film at the awards show and also spoke highly of David Cronenberg on the red carpet.

If you haven’t seen Maps To The Stars in the US yet, it’s available ON DEMAND and in limited theaters. You can also purchase or rent the film on Amazon Instant Video. Don’t miss it!

USA: Maps To The Stars is now on VOD and in limited theatrical release! Movie night tonight!

If you’re in the US and haven’t seen Maps To The Stars, guess what? You can NOW! Unfortunately the film is only playing in about 50 theaters but it’s on VOD and if you check your On Demand films right now, you can be watching Oscar winner, Julianne Moore, who also took the prize at Cannes for Maps To The Stars, in her most daring role to date.

Grab some friends, pop some popcorn and watch David Cronenberg’s satirical, wild look at Hollywood. Or maybe it’s not so wild and pretty close to reality? 😉

VIDEO: Mia Wasikowska Gets Her Orders From Julianne Moore In A New Clip From ‘Maps To The Stars’ + More New Stills

A new clip from Maps To The Stars with Julianne Moore as Havana and Mia Wasikowska as her obliging chore whore.  And we have some more great new stills.

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We had more new stills earlier today. Check them out HERE and you can see all the stills we have in our gallery HERE

PHOTOS: Behind The Scenes & UHQ Stills From ‘Maps To The Stars’ Featuring Robert Pattinson, Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska & David Cronenberg

Some great UHQ Stills and Behind The Scenes pics from Maps To The Stars featuring Robert Pattinson, Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska & David Cronenberg. We’ve seen some before but a lot are new and all are now UHQ.

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INTERVIEWS: Olivia Williams talks about Maps To The Stars – “dark territory but was exhilarating”

The Irish and UK press had a couple of interviews with Olivia Williams that came out for the Bluray/DVD release in the regions, February 2nd.

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Excerpt from The Independent:

Your most recent movie, Maps to the Stars, deals with Hollywood’s dark side. There’s murder, suicide, incest…

I wouldn’t say that all of those things happen all of the time to such a concentrated group of people. But I would say that I have heard of most of those things happening to individuals. It’s a satire and a lot of it is far-fetched. But it’s not unheard of.

You play the controlling mother of a child star. Who did you base your character on?

It is a combination of people I have come across in the past 20 to 25 years in the business. I’m not going to name names.

Is Hollywood an anxiety-inducing, crazy-making place?

It depends on what level you choose, or are forced, to engage with it on. There is a moment when you are accepting a job when you have to become involved with the business affairs people at the studio. Their job is to paint you as worthless and your agent’s job is to paint you as of inconceivable value. They’ll say you haven’t made a successful studio movie in five years and the last thing you did got good reviews but no one went to see it… It’s a gradual chipping away at your worth.

Excerpt from Breaking News (Ireland):

Olivia Williams has said she was drawn to her film Maps To The Stars because it was thrilling heading into “dark territory”.

The 46-year-old actress plays a Hollywood mum in David Cronenberg’s satirical drama, which also stars Robert Pattinson and Julianne Moore.

“I was driven in the first place by the script, which had everyone on set both laughing and appalled in equal measure. It felt like we were in very dark territory, but was exhilarating at the same time,” she said.

“Given the subject matter, some feared we’d never be invited back… but ultimately Hollywood loves to see itself caricatured, whether or not it is flattering.”

Olivia said she was “intrigued” to work with filmmaker Cronenberg on the project.

“I have always been a bit too squeamish to watch his work, but the script was so funny and appalling at the same time, I just wanted to be involved. My enthusiasm carried me through my nerves,” she said.

“Very quickly on set I felt I just wanted to tuck in, like a big meal. There were lines and scenes I just couldn’t wait to play.”

UK: ‘Maps To The Stars’ Available On DVD & Blu-Ray Today!

UK people can pick up their copy of Maps To The Stars on DVD, Blu-Ray, Amazon Instant Video and iTunes from today.

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David Cronenberg’s ‘Maps to The Stars’ Gets 11 Canadian Screen Awards Nominations

The Canadian Screen Awards Nominations were announced today and Maps To The Stars received a grand total of 11  including nominations for Best Motion Picture, Achievement in Direction for David Cronenberg and Performance By An Actress for Julianne Moore.
John Cusack and Robert Pattinson are pitted up against each other in the Performance By An Actor in A Supporting Role category.  You can check out the FULL list of nominations below.

The awards take place on March 1, 2015 in Toronto and they will air live on the CBC network.

Best Motion Picture: Maps To The Stars

Achievement in Direction:  David Cronenberg ~ Maps To The Stars

Achievement in Editing: Ron Sanders ~ Maps To The Stars

Achievement in Music – Original Score: Howard Shore ~ Maps To The Stars
Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role: Evan Bird
Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role: John Cusack, Robert Pattinson
Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role: Julianne Moore
Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role:  Mia Wasikowska

Achievement in Overall Sound: Christian Cooke, Michael O’Farrell, Orest Sushko

Best Original Screenplay: Bruce Wagner ~ Maps To The Stars

 If you want to see the full list of nominations you can check them out over at Academy.ca

 

‘Maps To The Stars’ Special Presentation At The 2015 Santa Barbara Film Festival

Maps To The Stars is screening as a Special Presentation (Not In Competition) at the 2015 Santa Barbara Film Festival.

The festival takes place 27 January to 7 February 2015 but we don’t have a time/date for the screening yet. As soon as there is one we’ll update.

via ThompsonOnHollywood / Indiewire