Daily Archives :

April 14, 2014

The Social Network

Kim Masters HR Exclusive on Fincher is a tad One-Sided

Read More

The Hollywood Reporter runs its second story on David Fincher, Sony and the supposed upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, wherein a source continues to huff and puff their side of the story all the while complaining about what a diva and tyrant Fincher is because of his “excessive” demands. Second story, same unnamed source, same one-sided lament. Let’s put this into the bigger picture. First, what do you do if you…

Screen Shot 2014-04-14 at 4.08.56 PM

Gone Girl trailer and poster

Read More

GONE TRAILER (We’ll keep trying to nail down an embeddable trailer that can stay alive on the site but for now 20th Fox keeps killing it. Eventually they’ll stop playing whack-a-mole. Until then you can find the trailer at iTunes).


Oscar Podcast Preview: 2004 – The Last Game Changer, Million Dollar Baby

Read More

The interesting thing about 2004 is that two things happened that year. The first, the Academy had changed the date for the Oscars to being one month earlier. Ten years later we see that no film can really win Best Picture as a late game entry. The last one to do this was Clint Eastwood’s Million Dollar Baby, trouncing the two frontrunners – The Aviator and Sideways, which were dominating….


The Homesman, international trailer

Read More

Written, directed by, and starring Tommy Lee Jones. The story here is Tommy Lee Jones and Hilary Swank as prairie folk escorting three insane women across the frontier from Nebraska to Iowa. As disappointed as it may be to see that Meryl Streep is not one of the insane women, it’s still good to hear dialogue laced with the same wry laconic wit McCarthy and McMurtry might write. (thanks, Mikhail!)


Shailene Woodley in Clip from The Fault in our Stars

Read More

Get More: 2014 MTV Movie Awards, Latest Movie News, Ansel Elgort, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Willem Dafoe