Thanks to reader Kevin for posting this link to Gold Derby talking about how Shutter Island is not out of the Best Pic race, thanks to a studio push: Don’t make the mistake of thinking “Shutter Island” is shut out of this Oscar race just because it’s no longer... (Read More)
From an interview with Allen in the NY Times when asked about trends in his later work compared to the past: No, it‚Äôs too hit or miss. There‚Äôs no rhyme or reason to anything that I do. It‚Äôs whatever seems right at the time. I‚Äôve never once in my... (Read More)
I’ve been kind of watching in muted horror as this whole Catfish thing revealed itself. After many screening invites, I really should have gone and seen it for myself. Thanks to Kris Tapley for putting me out of my misery by telling me what the film was about. The... (Read More)
The New York Times reports that Nicole Kidman will star in the Tennessee Williams play Sweet Bird of Youth. Kidman is perfect for this, as she seems perfect to be play any of Williams’ female characters; she would make a great Maggie and a great Blanche, now especially. The... (Read More)
Imagine there’s no haters It isn’t hard to do… Imagine all the people Living life in peace Stop dreaming. But this week critics came closer to that mellow state of mind than we’ve seen since forever. When reviews for The Town started coming on strong a few days ago,... (Read More)
Click over here, enter your email address for a free download of a five track sampler of the Social Network soundtrack. Meanwhile: This is what Atticus and I have been working on for the last few months. We had a great time working with David Fincher on this and... (Read More)
Everywhere I turn, there is Jon Hamm. Here he is in a clip from Howl:
Unless you’ve been actively pursuing the plot, you’ve no doubt been aware of the lure of the documentary Catfish. They’ve been successful keeping the plot on the downlow and everyone who’s seen it always says the same thing: you’re better off seeing it knowing nothing.