So despite a lot of hype, Kevin Smith's "Tusk" opened earlier this month and pretty much died. It earned a paltry $1.4 million theatrically but that said, the VOD numbers might be more encouraging. Either way, the filmmaker knows how to hustle, and he's already at work at the low budget "Yoga Hosers," with "Moose Jaws" in the pipeline (part of what Smith calls the "True North Trilogy").
- Hollywood Reporter: Kevin Smith: 'Clerks 3' Is Fully Financed Because of 'Tusk' Flopping
- Digital Spy: Kevin Smith moving ahead with Clerks 3
- MovieWeb: Kevin Smith Gets 'Clerks 3' Funded Thanks to 'Tusk'
- ScreenRant: Kevin Smith Secures ‘Clerks III’ Funding, Credits ‘Tusk’
- Dark Horizons: Smith's "Clerks III" Scores Its Financing
- USA Today: Kevin Smith's 'Clerks 3' is a go, thanks to 'Tusk'
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation “She’s not above her material. She’s not making fun of these people, even the nosy neighbor. She’s not making fun of even those archetypes. And she’s interesting in that way. I kind of held my breath and waited to read her first draft and I was so emboldened by it.
- Dark Horizons: David Fincher To Helm All Of "Utopia"
- IndieWire: The Films of David Fincher, Ranked From Worst to Best
- Moviefone: David Fincher Considered Directing 'Star Wars: Episode VII'
- Variety: Five Secrets from Gillian Flynn: ‘Gone Girl,’ ‘Utopia’ and More
- The Playlist: “Not Just A Demon”: Ben Affleck & Cast Of ‘Gone Girl’ Talk Working With David Fincher At NYFF
- The Playlist: David Fincher Will Direct The Entire First Season Of HBO's 'Utopia' In 2015
- JoBlo: David Fincher to direct Utopia's entire first season on HBO
- SlashFilm: David Fincher Will Direct All First-Season Episodes of HBO Series ‘Utopia’
- Empire Magazine: David Fincher Will Direct The First Season Of HBO's Utopia
In David Fincher's captivating new thriller GONE GIRL, Ben Affleck and Carrie Coon play twins Nick and Margo Dunne, and a more believable brother-sister relationship is rarely executed on screen. They bicker, they console, they forgive; Affleck and Coon's chemistry brings some much needed humanity into a film where cynicism, deceit and manipulation run rampant. (Although those aspects... Read More...
- HitFix: Ben Affleck and Carrie Coon on keeping 'Gone Girl' and 'The Leftovers' secrets
- The Playlist: Watch: Ben Affleck Questioned By Cops In New 'Gone Girl' Clip, Plus 3 TV Spots & 11-Minute Talk With Trent Reznor
- Moviefone: Ben Affleck Has Words With Neil Patrick Harris in This Exclusive 'Gone Girl' Clip (VIDEO)
- Vulture: Ben Affleck’s ‘Let It Go’ Is Short and Bad
- Digital Spy: Ben Affleck Batman "heavily influenced" by The Dark Knight Returns
- Comic Book Movie: Ben Affleck Talks THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS' Influence On BATMAN v SUPERMAN
- Deadline: ‘Gone Girl’ Review By Pete Hammond: DeadlineNow (Video)
- Variety: ‘Gone Girl': Rosamund Pike on the Role of a Lifetime
- Twitch: New York 2014 Review: GONE GIRL, Meticulously Crafted And Unabashedly Trashy
- The Wrap: ‘Gone Girl’ Star Rosamund Pike on Her Soundstage ‘Dry Humping’ With Neil Patrick Harris (Video)
"Doc may not be a do-gooder, but he's done good." Warner Bros has unveiled the first official trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film Inherent Vice, starring Joaquin Phoenix as private investigator Doc Sportello. The trailer definitely looks, and feels, and sounds like it's straight out of the 70's and oh my does it look fantastic. The outstanding cast includes Reese Witherspoon, Jena Malone, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Benicio Del Toro, Michael K. Williams, Eric Roberts, Maya Rudolph and many others.
- Twitch: Watch The Trailer For P.T. Anderson's INHERENT VICE
- AintItCool: The First Trailer For Paul Thomas Anderson's INHERENT VICE Is Here!
- Thompson on Hollywood: Watch: Trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Inherent Vice'
- Digital Spy: Inherent Vice: Watch the first trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's next film
- The Wrap: Joaquin Phoenix Dazzles in First Trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's ‘Inherent Vice’ (Video)
- Coming Soon: The Trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice!
- JoBlo: Watch the goofy first trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice
- Variety: Watch the First Trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’
- IndieWire: Watch: Paul Thomas Anderson is Back With First 'Inherent Vice' Trailer
- Chud: Trailer: Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’
- Badass Digest: The INHERENT VICE Trailer Is Here!
- Vulture: Rejoice! Finally, the Trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice Is Here
- Moviefone: The First 'Inherent Vice' Trailer Is Finally Upon Us (VIDEO)
- Entertainment Weekly: Watch Joaquin Phoenix in the first trailer for ‘Inherent Vice’
- Deadline: ‘Inherent Vice’ Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Stars In Paul Thomas Anderson’s Latest
- Hollywood Reporter: The First Trailer for 'Inherent Vice' Has Arrived
- We Got This Covered: Watch The Very, Very Funny First Trailer For Inherent Vice
- Dark Horizons: Warners Unveils "Inherent Vice" Poster, Trailer
- Shockya: New York Film Festival 2014: Inherent Vice Gets A New Trailer
- HitFix: Go ahead and laugh out loud during this 'Inherent Vice' trailer a few times
- SlashFilm: ‘Inherent Vice’ Trailer: Paul Thomas Anderson Gets Weird
- The Playlist: Watch: Joaquin Phoenix Gets His Stoner Detective Groove On In Trailer For Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’
- MovieWeb: 'Inherent Vice' Trailer Starring Joaquin Phoenix and Josh Brolin
- Screen Crush: 'Inherent Vice' Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Stars in One Seriously Wild Detective Story
- Empire Magazine: Teaser Trailer For Inherent Vice
PLOT - Birdman is a dark comedy that follows a former actor, who once played an iconic superhero, as he mounts a Broadway play based on a Raymond Carver short story in a bid to reclaim past glory. However, the play’s egotistical leading man threatens to throw everything down the tubes. BIRDMAN is being directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu ("21 Grams"). He also wrote the script with Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo.
Bestselling author Gillian Flynn may have penned the script for the very first film based on one of her novels -- David Fincher's 'Gone Girl' -- but that doesn't mean that the writer balked at slicing and dicing her own work. We've known for a quite some time (since January, when Fincher's film was the cover story on Entertainment Weekly, to be precise) that Flynn had changed her own story for the big screen, with a big emphasis placed on mixing around the feature's third act. Continue reading…
- Thompson on Hollywood: Watch: How Composer Reznor Collaborates with Fincher on 'Gone Girl'
- Thompson on Hollywood: Specialty Box Office: 'Pride' Opening Drowned by Noisy 'Gone Girl'
- Deadline: Int’l Box Office Update: ‘The Equalizer’ Clocks $17.8M In Debut; ‘Maze Runner’ Races To $91M; ‘Gone Girl’ On Deck; More
- Hollywood Reporter: New York Film Fest: How the 'Gone Girl' Cast Reacted to Landing Their Parts
- Moviefone: NYFF Review: 10 Things You Should Know About 'Gone Girl'
- Screen Crush: 'Gone Girl' Cast at New York Film Festival: The Only Stable Character Is the Cat
In issue 225 of Total Film magazine, Daniel Radcliffe gets dark and broody in bonkers fantasy Horns. Inside the issue - which is available for just £1.99 on your iPad - he exclusively tells us all about taking on his most "intense" character yet as Ig Perrish, a twentysomething who wakes up one day and discovers he's the owner of a set of demon horns. "He's a good person who has something inexplicable and terrifying happen to him," Radcliffe says of Ig. "Ig's anger is a lot more on display than any character I've played.