Enjoy the trailer from Martin McDonagh's follow-up to In Bruges, starring Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken and Woody Harrelson.
Twitter offers readers the chance to experience thoughts and feelings as they happen, on the fly, very loose and improvised; live-tweeting through a film or sporting eveny can be a fascinating experience.
Drew McWeeny of Hitfix recently read through the script to the RoboCop remake, live-tweeting his very turbulent emotional journey. Reading these thoughts, I felt like I was there with him, reading the script over his shoulder and resisting the urge to anger-vomit.
When Fox tasked Smokin’ Aces and The Grey director Joe Carnahan with reinventing one of Marvel’s most popular characters, Daredevil, they did so with a major proviso. The studio has only until October 10th to get something Daredevil-ish into production, as if nothing is in production by that date, the rights revert to Marvel and Disney who will then presumably work the fearless one into their ever-expanding movie universe.
Darren Aronofsky's Noah was one of the great unmade passion projects of the modern-era, it has been a dream of the Black Swan directors since the early days of his career. Now, after many a prayer thrown up to Movie Jesus, the long-gestating Biblical epic is becoming a reality.
Aronofsky has been tweeting teases of the production, including a half-constructed Arc and the magnificent presence of Mark Margolis, but here is our first official look at the film; namely it's star, Russell Crowe, as Noah.
In the most non-heinous news of the week, Bill and Ted 3 is slowly but surely moving towards production as it was announced that the film has now found a director and Keanu Reeves has been talking about the plot.