Filed in Begin Again

“Can A Song Save Your Life?” Changes Name

Filmmaker John Carney’s 80’s -set musical drama “Can a Song Save Your Life?” was the big hit at last fall’s Toronto International Film Festival, garnering a standing ovation and the biggest deal of TIFF: $7 million and a rumored $20 million marketing budget from The Weinstein Company. Apparently, the belief was that the movie, which stars Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley, would be easier to market with a new title.

Now, the movie will be known as “Begin Again,” and will begin its public push under that name as the closing night picture at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 26.

Source: The Wrap

Filed in Chanel Videos

Chanel releases new Coco Mademoiselle video

Chanel released today the new video campaign for Coco Mademoiselle. The short film, directed by Joe Wright and set to “She’s Not There” from The Zombies, features Knightley in a few gorgeous Chanel numbers, with impeccable smoky makeup, doing her best seduction act, which clearly works. Check out the full campaign below: