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Directed by Joshua Marston (‘Maria Full of Grace’), the film will get a fall release.

The Sundance sales front is already heating up, and the festival is still two days away.

Amazon Studios has acquired all U.S. rights to the drama Complete Unknown.

Directed by Joshua Marston (Maria Full of Grace), the twisty drama revolves around a couple whose life is turned upside down when a mysterious former flame reappears in the man’s life. Rachel Weisz, Michael Shannon, Kathy Bates and Danny Glover star.

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She has five films in the works, including Cannes entries ‘Youth’ and ‘The Lobster.’

Rachel Weisz has signed with WME, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. She previously was with CAA.

The Oscar winner has no fewer than five upcoming features in the pipeline, starting with this year’s Cannes competition selections The Lobster, which won the jury prize, and Youth. Alchemy has picked up U.S. rights for the former film, while Fox Searchlight aims to release the latter in North America this December.

Weisz is also starring opposite Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander in Derek Cianfrance’s adaptation of the M.L. Stedman novel The Light Between Oceans for DreamWorks, which was shot last fall in New Zealand. This spring in New York she shot an untitled drama for writer/director Joshua Marston, in which she plays an old flame of Michael Shannon’s who suddenly reappears in his life.

And finally, this summer Weisz is filming director James Marsh’s (The Theory of Everything), take on the real-life story of British businessman and amateur yacht racer Donald Crowhurst (played by Colin Firth). Weisz stars as Crowhurst’s wife in the untitled film from Blueprint Pictures, Scott Z. Burns and France’s Galatee Films. StudioCanal and BBC Films are financing the project.

Source: Rachel Weisz Signs With WME (Exclusive) – Hollywood Reporter

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz made their joint Broadway debut playing a married couple in Betrayal on Tuesday. 

But thankfully their real life marriage doesn’t follow the same pattern as that of the protagonists of Harold Pinter’s 1978 play, which is being staged at the Ethel Barrymore Theater.

The production uses reverse chronology to examine the dynamics of a seven-year clandestine relationship of the wife (Weisz) of a London publisher (Craig) with his best friend and literary agent (Rafe Spall), who is also married.

And after months of rehearsals, both Daniel and Rachel had proud smiles on their faces as they took their closing bow after their first performance was over.

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As a rule, I hate blanket statements and every single person who makes them, but I’m about to briefly join that populace as I say: there has never been and shall never be a Hollywood couple more private than Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz. These two speak about each other to the media so infrequently that I’m not even 100% convinced that they know they’re married to each other.

Whereas most celebrities say they want to live outside the glare of the media but make absolutely no adjustments in their life to try to make that a reality, Daniel and Rachel are seriously putting their money where their mouths are. Except I don’t even know where their mouths are, because they open them so rarely to talk.

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A feature on Rachel Weisz in last week’s New York Magazine contained a short mention of the Academy Award-winning actress ”putting a film together based on Jennifer Gilmore’s novel The Mothers.” The Mothers, praised by the New York Times as “spirited and admirably frank,” is an intensely personal book for Gilmore, drawing from her own experiences and struggles with adopting a child. Gilmore told Terry Gross on the Fresh Air program:

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