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  1. THE GNASHING Studio: New Journey Pictures Director: Trey Edward Shultz Genre: Horror Release Date: July 3rd, Y8 Theater Count: 2,735 MPAA Rating: R for strong language, violence, blood and gore, drug use, nudity, sexual situations, and disturbing imagery and themes Runtime: 1 hr 58 min Budget: $25 Million Original Score Composer: Brian McOmber Main Cast Hailee Steinfeld as Lisa Ryan Potter as Trent Dean-Charles Chapman as Bruce Amandla Stenberg as Natalie Sierra McCormick as Caitlin Kodi Smit-McPhee as Rory Minor Cast Kymberly Elise as Natalie's Mom Logline: Six teenagers' souls are thrust into danger after finding a book that condemns those whose names are written inside of it to Hell. *Special thanks to @MCKillswitch123 for their insight.*
  2. @CayomMagazine New Journey Pictures has released the lyrics to a U2-ish-sounding song written for The Gnashing by indie-rock band The National.
  3. The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern (if I have not claimed it already)
  4. @CayomMagazine New Journey Pictures has some announcements for music scores for their films. Brian McOmber, a multi-film partner of Trey Edward Shultz, will score The Gnashing, and Daniel Pemberton (Into the Spider-Verse, various LittleBigPlanet games) will score Right on Cue.
  5. Hi everyone! There's only two days left to vote in my music awards for 2020 artists, albums, and songs! Please consider sending a ballot; there's no obligation to make complete ballots, so just vote for whatever you can! And if you're like, "boy do I wish there were more ways to recognize films like Hamilton and Black is King," then I have a "Music Film of the Year" category just for you! Vote while you have the chance!
  6. https://variety.com/2021/film/awards/oscars-international-feature-shortlist-expansion-1234886756/amp/ The International Feature Film voting branch has expanded the amount of films on their preliminary shortlist from 10 to 15 effective immediately. They have also removed a "Save" process, so if there are any glaring omissions below the 15 films with the most votes, then they will no longer be able to correct it. This is a very exciting development.
  7. @CayomMagazine New Journey Pictures Animation is ready to announce the lead voice cast for Right on Cue; Madalen Mills (Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey) will star in the lead role as Janelle, with Shameik Moore (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) tentatively cast as the reluctant older brother Trey and Kristen Wiig (Despicable Me 2) cast as Cue-tee, the anthropomorphic cue ball who helps Janelle and Trey find the other billiard balls. NJPA chose Kristen Wiig for Cue-tee specifically because development staff pondered sidekick characters such as Earl and Randy Raccoon, and after asking "what if the kooky sidekick was female," they sought out Kristen Wiig due to her impressive resume of good voice work.
  8. @Safeno Rdz Welcome to CAYOM! I look forward to reading the films you write!
  9. @CayomMagazine New Journey Pictures can confirm that Wii Sports Resort: The Legend of Wuhu Island will release in Y9. It will have the biggest budget of all the Wii films thus far and plans to utilize Wuhu Island as a setting to its fullest. New Journey Pictures has also released an official statement clarifying that in a Super Smash Bros. collaboration project, Brad Pitt would have the role of the Mii Brawler, and Morena Baccarin from Wii Play would have the role of the Mii Gunner. According to NJP spokespeople, the character in the Wii Sports Resort film who gets featured during the depictions of the Swordplay minigames would have the role of the Mii Swordfighter.
  10. Studio: New Journey Pictures Director: Peter Sollett Genre: Drama Release Date: December 25th, Y8 Theater Count: 2,450 MPAA Rating: PG-13 for Some Language Runtime: 1 hr 32 min Budget: $10 Million Cast Rooney Mara as Elisa Brenda Song as Connie Kate McKinnon as Kathy Aidy Bryant as Suzanna-Anne-Helen Sebastian Stan as Bill with Brad Pitt as The Pizza Guy and Tilda Swinton as The Trainer Plot Summary Elisa (Rooney Mara) breaks up with her boyfriend Bill (Sebastian Stan), and she's depressed, so Connie (Brenda Song) convinces her to attend yoga classes with her. Elisa attends the first class and remarks why there's only a few people there--Kathy (Kate McKinnon) and Suzanna-Anne-Helen (Aidy Bryant) are the only other people there for the yoga class--and Connie admits that the trainer's teaching methods are controversial. The Trainer (Tilda Swinton) comes in and they start doing yoga, but Kathy messes up a lot so The Trainer pelts her with a soccer ball. After the first class, Elisa say hello to The Trainer, and The Trainer tells Elisa that she'll be a fine yoga student indeed. Alone in her bedroom, Elisa resolves to pursue yoga as a hobby. So she goes to another yoga class, and after the preliminary sun salutations, The Trainer tells them to hold the "tree pose" for as long as possible, and Kathy and Suzanna-Anne-Helen fail rather quickly, but Elisa manages to hold it for an impressively long time, which is cool. Then they do hula hooping together, and The Trainer throws hula hoops at them while they're hula-hooping. They also go for a bike ride through a neighborhood, and the bike ride is shot in the style of Terence Malick, and Elisa likes the bike ride a lot. Elisa gets the bright idea to invite everyone to her apartment for a pizza party, and The Trainer admits that she's never tried pizza before because of how dedicated to yoga she is, but Elisa convinces The Trainer that it's worth it to try pizza, at least to check off a bucket list item. So The Trainer and the other pupils gather at her apartment and wait around for a bit, and The Pizza Guy (Brad Pitt) comes and gives them two pizzas--one pepperoni, one ham and pineapple--and Elisa gives him the money and tells him to keep the change. The Pizza Guy grins and tips his hat to Elisa before he leaves. They all enjoy the pizza, and it's interesting because even The Trainer enjoys the pizza. Kathy and Suzanna-Anne-Helen get in a jokey debate about whether parmesan or red pepper is the better pizza condiment, and Connie throws another wrench in the debate because she claims that oregano is the best pizza condiment. They laugh and have a good time, and hopefully audiences decide it's the best pizza party in cinematic history. Then at the next yoga class, Elisa realizes that she's in love with The Trainer, so when everyone else leaves, she admits her love to The Trainer, and they kiss, so they're in a relationship now. Then Elisa tells Connie about the relationship, and Connie's flabbergasted. And then Elisa meets up with Bill, and she tells Bill about the relationship, and he's flabbergasted, too. We see Elisa and The Trainer do stuff like go ice skating and eat more pizza, but the relationship doesn't work out because The Trainer is obsessed with yoga to the point where she prioritizes yoga over the relationship. So Elisa quits going to the yoga classes, and she goes into another slump of depression. But Connie helps her realize that yoga was helping her feel better, so Elisa decides to go back to The Trainer's yoga classes, and during that class, she match The Trainer's yoga moves note for note, and Connie, Kathy, and Suzanna-Anne-Helen all see Elisa and The Trainer still have a bond through yoga. Then Elisa and The Trainer go for a walk, and they don't rekindle their relationship but at least rekindle their friendship. The movie ends with Elisa hiking up a mountain, looking out at the view from the summit, and smiling.
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