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In “Wonderstruck,” two runaways 50 years apart head to New York City

The drama is the latest from "Carol" director Todd Haynes.
Denver Post

‘Wonderstruck’ review: a gentle story that occasionally charms

Todd Haynes’ “Wonderstruck,” a sweet, gentle story of two children connecting across time, is one of those films that I wanted to like far more than I actually did. Rating: 2.5 out of 4 stars
Seattle Times

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News video: Julianne Moore learned sign language to prepare for her role in 'Wonderstruck'

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New Delhi, Oct 31 (ANI):: Academy-award winning artist Julianne Moore has revealed that she spent two months learning American Sign Language for her portrayal of a deaf woman in upcoming movie..
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12-year-old actor Oakes Fegley (""Pete's Dragon"") describes his experience with simulated deafness while shooting in New York City for the film, “Wonderstruck.”
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In "Wonderstruck," based on Brian Selznick's critically acclaimed novel, Ben (Oakes Fegley) and Rose are children from two different eras who secretly wish their lives were different. Ben longs for the..
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Julianne Moore learned sign language to prepare for her role in 'Wonderstruck'

[U.S.A], October 30 (ANI): Academy-award winning artist Julianne Moore has revealed that she spent two months learning American Sign Language for her portrayal of a deaf woman in upcoming movie
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Todd Haynes's direction in 'Wonderstruck' keeps plot at emotional remove

The film follows a 12-year-old boy (Oakes Fegley) and a 12-year-old girl (Millicent Simmonds) whose stories are told contrapuntally 50 years apart, his in the vibrantly colored New York City of 1977,..
Christian Science Monitor

Making Room for Deaf Performers in Hollywood

Todd Haynes’s “Wonderstruck” is one of the first major features since “Children of a Lesser God” to star a deaf actress in a deaf role.
NYTimes.com

Review: Wonderstruck is a children’s film for real children

Todd Hayne’s film is a sincere and humane work that is absent any franchise concerns or daydreams of ancillary product
Globe and Mail

Filmmaker Todd Haynes on shifting to a younger audience with Wonderstruck

The Globe and Mail spoke with the filmmaker behind Carol and Far from Heaven on how he made a children’s movie without the usual trappings of the genre
Globe and Mail

‘Wonderstruck’ is cinematic knockout drops

There is a lot to be said for and about “Wonderstruck,” but the essential thing, the practical thing that will most concern audiences, is that it’s the cinematic equivalent of knockout drops. You..
SFGate

Indie Focus: The unexpected with 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer,' 'Wonderstruck' and 'Jane'

Hello, I’m Mark Olsen. Welcome to another edition of your regular field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. Among the more exciting events on the calendar is a series of appearances in Los..
L.A. Times

Hollywood is talking about inclusion more than ever, but not for disabled actors

'Stronger,' 'Breathe' and 'Wonderstruck' all cast able-bodied A-listers as disabled characters. What gives?
USATODAY.com

Flick picks: ‘Wonderstruck’ more wondrous in concept than execution

For his follow-up to his elegant lesbian love story “Carol,” director Todd Haynes, all of whose films save one until now have been rated R, presents a children’s movie from the writer of the book..
bizjournals

Julianne Moore Steps Out to Promote 'Wonderstruck' in NYC

Julianne Moore is all smiles as she arrives at a studio on Thursday morning (October 19) in New York City. The 56-year-old Oscar-winning actress looked super chic in a denim dress as she stepped out to..
Just Jared

'Wonderstruck': A Lifeless Diorama About Lifeless Dioramas

Todd Haynes follows up Carol with this New York fable set in different time periods, but "there's little room left for insight and emotion in this overstuffed cabinet of curiosities."
NPR

‘Wonderstruck’ Review: Todd Haynes Aims for Magic, But It’s Elusive

‘wonderstruck’ review: todd haynes aims for magic, but it’s elusive
Wonder can be a hard quality to capture on screen — and when you title a movie “Wonderstruck,” as Todd Haynes did with his gorgeous but problematic drama that screened on Thursday morning at the..
The Wrap

'Wonderstruck' spins a visually captivating and fully engrossing tale of wonder for movie fans of all ages

With its intricate structure and 600-plus page length, Brian Selznick's "Wonderstruck" is not the easiest Young Adult novel to bring to the screen, and filmmaker Todd Haynes is not the likeliest..
L.A. Times


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