‘Titane,’ Palme D’Or Winner and One of the Craziest Movies of 2021, Will Arrive in October

Titane, the latest oddity from Raw director Julia Ducournau, finally has a release date. The film, which just won the Palme D’or at the Cannes International Film Festival, will be making its way to theaters this October, and we can’t wait. Distributor Neon is keeping a lot details of the film secret, probably because they want to […] The post ‘Titane,’ Palme D’Or Winner and One of the Craziest Movies of 2021, Will Arrive in October appeared first on /Film.

‘Titane,’ Palme D’Or Winner and One of the Craziest Movies of 2021, Will Arrive in October

Titane, the latest oddity from Raw director Julia Ducournau, finally has a release date. The film, which just won the Palme D’or at the Cannes International Film Festival, will be making its way to theaters this October, and we can’t wait. Distributor Neon is keeping a lot details of the film secret, probably because they want to shock and surprise audiences, and there’s certainly nothing wrong with that.

What is Titane? 

Surely, if the trailer isn’t enough, the official Titane synopsis will tell us what this movie is. Let’s have a look:

TITANE: A metal highly resistant to heat and corrosion, with high tensile strength alloys, often used in medical prostheses due to its pronounced biocompatibility.

Oh…okay, never mind. That tells us nothing. Reviewing the film out of Cannes for /Film, Jason Gorber wrote:

Take a dash of Miike and Refn, a whole heap of Cronenberg and, above all, Ducournau’s uniquely acidic vision, and you have a unique cinematic alloy that does far more than rely upon shock and horror. It’s a film that’s at its best when things matter and you’re empathizing even during moments of total butchery. It’s never easy to inject humanity into inhumane acts, yet Titane, like the metal, manages to do something remarkably strong in a compact form. The film does excess without being excessive, drawing us into Alexia and Vincent’s tumultuous world and finding that the deepest connections are based on the lies we choose to share.

Well, that sounds amazing, and I want to see this right now. Unfortunately, I can’t! But I can tell you when I, and you, can see it. And I will. Right…now.

Titane Release Date

Today, Neon made it official: Titane will arrive in theaters on October 1. On one hand, I realize that that’s not that far away – we’re almost into August, after all. On another hand, I want to watch Titane immediately, so waiting until October is going to be a little difficult. But I’ll soldier through it, and if I can do it, you can do it, reader.

When asked how she came up with the idea for Titane, director Julia Duccournau told Deadline:

“I was in post-production with Raw, and when I spend so much time with a film, I, personally, need to think of other stories, because otherwise, I go crazy. And I was reflecting on Raw and I was a bit frustrated with the fact that I didn’t tackle the topic of love as directly as I wanted to at that moment. So I wanted to put love at the center of my next film, that’s one thing that I knew.”

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‘Loki’: Sophia Di Martino On Why Sylvie Will Regret Killing He Who Remains

What have you done, Sylvie? The post ‘Loki’: Sophia Di Martino On Why Sylvie Will Regret Killing He Who Remains appeared first on Heroic Hollywood.

‘Loki’: Sophia Di Martino On Why Sylvie Will Regret Killing He Who Remains

Loki star Sophia Di Martino has explained why Sylvie will regret killing He Who Remains.

In a series filled with twists and turns, Loki’s season one finale ended with the most shocking of them all: Sylvie killing He Who Remains. Revealed in the season one finale as the architect of the so-called “sacred timeline”, Jonathan Majors’ He Who Remains reveals to Tom Hiddleston’s Loki and Sophia Di Martino’s Sylvie that should he die, his more nefarious variants will be left unchecked and that the multiverse will spiral out of control. He does, however, allow the duo to peacefully take over the Time Variant Authority – the organization that acts as a front for his time regulations.

New ‘Loki’ Poster Finally Reveals Jonathan Majors’ He Who Remains

Sophia Di Martino’s Sylvie shuns this idea and sends Loki back to the TVA (in a different timeline) and kills He Who Remains, something she wanted to do since she was a child abducted by the TVA. The season then ends with the multiverse opening up just as He Who Remains posited and the TVA scrambling to fix the mess. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Di Martino discussed why Sylvie will regret murdering He Who Remains.

“She’s done it and she’s sort of waiting for the relief and the release and something to happen to make her feel a tiny bit better about things. And it just doesn’t come, and she’s left questioning everything. I think [regret] definitely comes at some point. I’m sure it will, because the whole conversation that’s just happened with Loki is almost like a misunderstanding. It’s just a bad bit of communication in a way, and then she’s left with the reality of what she’s done. There’s some big feels.”

What do you think about Sophia Di Martino’s comments? Comment below and let us know!

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Here is the synopsis for Loki:

In Marvel Studios’ “Loki,” the mercurial villain Loki (Tom Hiddleston) resumes his role as the God of Mischief in a new series that takes place after the events of “Avengers: Endgame.”

Directed by Kate Herron, with Michael Waldron serving as head writer, the new series stars Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino, Owen Wilson, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

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Source: Vanity Fair

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