A Dangerous Method, despite its solid cast – Michael Fassbender, Keira Knightley and Viggo Mortensen – and controversial subject material, failed to entice audiences in the way most David Cronenberg films usually do.
It’s a relief, then, that his latest film, the mysteriously titled Cosmopolis, seems to pack everything in – from extreme violence to obscure surrealism – that one Continue reading “U.K. Trailer For Cosmopolis”
Michel Gondry is set to unveil his new film, The We And The I, at the 65th Cannes Film Festival later this week and, courtesy of the folks at Entertainment Weekly, we have our first look at the lo-fi indie sci-fi crossbreed.
The film – a return to tender, warm-hearted form for Gondry after the unfortunate mess that was The Green Hornet – follows a host of regular high Continue reading “Debut Trailer For Michel Gondry’s The We And The I”
Amy Adams (Junebug) is in negotiations to star in mystery-thriller Dark Places, a big screen adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s 2009 novel of the same name, Variety has reported.
The actress, who has been nominated for three Academy Awards, will play Libby (Adams), a woman who, twenty five years after surviving the massacre of her Continue reading “Amy Adams In Talks For Dark Places”
IFC Films have acquired the North American distribution rights to romantic comedy Save The Date, Deadline has reported.
The film, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year to mostly favourable reviews, stars Lizzy Caplan (Mean Girls), Alison Brie (Scream 4), Martin Starr (Adventureland), Geoffrey Arend (Garden State) and Mark Continue reading “IFC Films Acquires Save The Date”
Cameron Diaz (Knight & Day) and Benicio Del Toro (The Wolfman) have signed on to star in action-thriller Agent: Century 21, The Hollywood Reporter has discovered.
The film, which will be produced and financed by Exclusive Media, tells of a recent divorcee (Diaz) who agrees to take on an unpleasant task for her boss in a Continue reading “Cameron Diaz And Benicio Del Toro Team For Agent: Century 21”
Entertainment One have released the official U.K. poster for crime-thriller Killer Joe, Empire has unveiled.
Directed by world-renowned and controversial filmmaker William Friedkin, Killer Joe centers on a young man whose life spirals out of control when he hires an unexpectedly charming hit man to kill his own mother for her life Continue reading “New U.K. Poster For Killer Joe”
Cosmopolis has been scheduled for a U.K. release on June 15, Launching Films has revealed.
The film, written and directed by iconic cult filmmaker David Cronenberg (Eastern Promises), is based on Don DeLillo’s novel of the same name and stars Robert Pattinson, Jay Baruchel, Paul Giamatti, Juliette Binoche, Samantha Continue reading “Cosmopolis Poised For June 15 Release In The U.K.”
Xavier Dolan, the multi-faceted Québécois filmmaker behind critical successes I Killed My Mother and Heartbeats, has announced details of his fourth directorial effort, Twitch has reported.
Dolan will co-write and direct an adaptation of Michel Marc Bouchard’s famous play Tom À La Ferme. Apparently, he saw a version of the play in Montreal last year and instantly fell in love, to the point where he approached Bouchard about Continue reading “Xavier Dolan To Adapt Michel Marc Bouchard’s Tom À La Ferme”
Chris O’Dowd (Bridesmaids), Nick Frost (Attack The Block), Rashida Jones (I Love You Man) and Olivia Colman (The Iron Lady) have signed up to star in new British comedy Cuban Fury, Variety has learned.
Marking James Griffiths’ directorial debut, and boasting a screenplay from British television writer Jon Brown (Fresh Meat), Cuban Fury centers on a down-on-his-luck man (Frost) who reignites his passion for salsa dancing thanks to his Continue reading “Chris O’Dowd, Nick Frost & More Join British Comedy Cuban Fury”
Millennium Films have released a brand new magazine-style poster for Lovelace, Latino Review has uncovered.
Directed by filmmaking duo Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (Howl), Lovelace details the trials and tribulations of real-life porn star Linda Lovelace: a woman lead to suicide by the coercive industry and her abusive husband.
The film, which sports a screenplay from relative newcomer Andy Bellin (Trust) Continue reading “Magazine-Style Poster For Lovelace”