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Chicago Tribune
High stakes on the dance floor: Making Joffrey's new 'Nutcracker' a compelling TV drama(Sorry, actual artist Daniel Chester French; you’re out.) But the idea, concei
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
(Sorry, actual artist Daniel Chester French; you’re out.) But the idea, conceived with another ballet novice, the writer Brian Selznick (“The Invention of Hugo Cabret”), is only the beginning. And veteran WTTW producer Daniel Andries does a... Read more
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WestportNow
Granger at the Movies: ‘Wonderstruck,’ ‘Murder on the Orient Express,’ ‘Bad Moms Christmas’plot unfolds, their parallel lives are bound to intersect. But how? Collaborat
WestportNow / Posted 10 days ago
plot unfolds, their parallel lives are bound to intersect. But how? Collaborating with novelist/illustrator/screenwriter Brian Selznick, cinematographer Ed Lachman, production designer Mark Friedberg, costumer Sandy Powell and composer Carter... Read more
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Daily Mail
Julianne Moore: 'I can't bear the thought of President Clooney'another upcoming film of hers that has had great early reviews – Wonderstruck,
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
another upcoming film of hers that has had great early reviews – Wonderstruck, based on a timeshifting children’s novel by Brian Selznick. ‘It’s about a girl from the 1920s and a boy from the 1970s who run away from home, and it’s a lovely... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Movie Weekend: �Murder On The Orient Express,� �Daddy�s Home 2,� �Wonderstruck� and moreare $10. Call 313-537-2560 or visit redfordtheatre.com. � �Wonderstruck�: Juli
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
are $10. Call 313-537-2560 or visit redfordtheatre.com. � �Wonderstruck�: Julianne Moore leads a potent cast in Todd Haynes� adaptation of Brian Selznick�s time-hopping novel about people who wish their lives were somewhat different. � Gary... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Charming ‘Wonderstruck’ tells tales from 2 erascollide in unusually gentle fashion in “Wonderstruck,” director Todd Haynes’ fi
Detroit Free Press / Posted 12 days ago
collide in unusually gentle fashion in “Wonderstruck,” director Todd Haynes’ film version of the lavishly illustrated 2011 Brian Selznick best-seller — a book for introspective puzzle fans of all ages. I enjoyed Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo,” an... Read more
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Variety
Sounds of Silence Ring Out as ‘Wonderstruck’ Depicts World of Deafnesssurrounded by signing and translators and deafness, which was an invaluable par
Variety / Posted 13 days ago
surrounded by signing and translators and deafness, which was an invaluable part of the process.” The film, scripted by Brian Selznick from his book, covers two stories: A deaf girl, Rose, in 1927, who runs away to New York to find her mother;... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
‘Wonderstruck’ ★★★ and a 1/2the connection between their fates is revealed.Jarring in translation The scre
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 16 days ago
the connection between their fates is revealed.Jarring in translation The screenplay for “Wonderstruck” comes from writer Brian Selznick, based his novel of the same name. The novel was Selznick’s follow-up to his acclaimed work “The Invention of... Read more
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Billboard
Inside the Long-Running Partnership Between Director Todd Haynes and His Favorite Composersat down with Haynes and Burwell to talk about both their latest effort and pas
Billboard / Posted 19 days ago
sat down with Haynes and Burwell to talk about both their latest effort and past projects. Based on the children’s book by Brian Selznick, Wonderstruck weaves together two seemingly unrelated narratives. The story begins with Ben, a 12-year-old boy... Read more
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The Columbian
‘Wonderstruck’ misses magicTwo stories unfold in two different time frames in “Wonderstruck,” the film ver
The Columbian / Posted 19 days ago
Two stories unfold in two different time frames in “Wonderstruck,” the film version of an illustrated novel by Brian Selznick (“The Invention of Hugo Cabret.”) In 1927, a young deaf girl named Rose escapes her imperious father and flees to nearby New... Read more
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OregonLive.com
'Wonderstruck,' Todd Haynes' latest film, is a true creative team effortall have long relationships with Haynes, and they have come to collaborate with
OregonLive.com / Posted 21 days ago
all have long relationships with Haynes, and they have come to collaborate with one other in ways that are unusual. Brian Selznick wrote the screenplay for "Wonderstruck," adapted from his own novel of the same name. In both versions, the... Read more
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Boston Herald
Clips Movies now playingTodd Haynes’ “Wonderstruck” is, I am sorry to say, its lack of wonder. Based on
Boston Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Todd Haynes’ “Wonderstruck” is, I am sorry to say, its lack of wonder. Based on a best-selling 2011 illustrated book by Brian Selznick, “Wonderstruck” is a twee study in synchronicity, featuring two hard-pressed American children on quests. One... Read more
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CTV News
Movie reviews: 'Suburbicon' beautifully dark thrillerclose to being a sublime time at the movies but falls just short. Based on chi
CTV News / Posted 26 days ago
close to being a sublime time at the movies but falls just short. Based on children's novel, written and illustrated by Brian Selznick, “Wonderstruck” weaves together two separate but related stories. Ben’s (Oakes Fegley) story takes place in... Read more
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Variety
Costume Designer Helped Director Todd Haynes Become ‘Wonderstruck’whole film started with me introducing the script to Todd,” Powell tells Variet
Variety / Posted 27 days ago
whole film started with me introducing the script to Todd,” Powell tells Variety. The screenplay was written by her friend Brian Selznick and based on his illustrated book of the same name. Powell got to know the writer when she was working with... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Wonderstruck' review: Seeing is believing this beguiling riddle set in two eras in NYCcollide in unusually gentle fashion in “Wonderstruck,” director Todd Haynes’ fi
Chicago Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
collide in unusually gentle fashion in “Wonderstruck,” director Todd Haynes’ film version of the lavishly illustrated 2011 Brian Selznick best-seller — a book for introspective puzzle fans of all ages. I enjoyed Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo,” an... Read more
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Boston Globe
‘Wonderstruck’ offers more movie magic from the great Todd Haynesbased on a similar gravely majestic and rapturously illustrated young adult nov
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
based on a similar gravely majestic and rapturously illustrated young adult novel by “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” author Brian Selznick, who has also written the new movie’s script; the film’s a hermetically sealed confabulation of longing and... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Indie Focus: The unexpected with 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer,' 'Wonderstruck' and 'Jane'it’s the drive to save face, to escape discomfort, to prevail against an enemy,
Los Angeles Times / Posted a month ago
it’s the drive to save face, to escape discomfort, to prevail against an enemy, or just to survive.” Adapted by writer Brian Selznick from his own book, “Wonderstruck” spans time to magically unite two stories in two different times. It is the... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
'Wonderstruck' Costume Designer Sandy Powell Talks 1920s and '70s Wardrobeby Carol director Todd Haynes? The Academy Award-winning costume designer firs
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 1 months ago
by Carol director Todd Haynes? The Academy Award-winning costume designer first read the 2011 book of the same name by Brian Selznick, whom she met while working on Martin Scorsese's Hugo (based on Selznick's The Invention of Hugo Cabret), and... Read more
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The Forward
Todd Haynes’s New Film Treats Deafness Deftly But Not Lightlyis the key component of “Wonderstruck,” the new movie by director Todd Haynes.
The Forward / Posted 1 months ago
is the key component of “Wonderstruck,” the new movie by director Todd Haynes. Based on the work of the same name by Brian Selznick (of “Hugo” fame), who wrote the screenplay, it traces the strangely entwined lives of a deaf girl — Rose... Read more
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New York Post
Julianne Moore does double-time in ‘Wonderstruck’roles (the other is “Suburbicon”), which almost makes up for its shortcomings.
New York Post / Posted 1 months ago
roles (the other is “Suburbicon”), which almost makes up for its shortcomings. “Wonderstruck,” is based on the novel by Brian Selznick, whose “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” became the Scorsese film “Hugo.” It’s a bifurcated tale of two tweens, a... Read more

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