"The challenge is to translate the feel of those novels into something visual, and then from a story standpoint, the moves in these stories are very small," writer/director Scott Frank told us about bringing Lawrence Block's 1992 book "A Walk Among The Tombstones" to the big screen. "...And the challenge is to make those little moves feel big enough that they warrant a movie. Once upon a time you could. In the sixties and seventies and even going back to film noir, the private eye story was very common.
- USA Today: Screening Room: 'A Walk Among the Tombstones'
- Screen Crush: Weekend Box Office Report: 'The Maze Runner' Outpaces Liam Neeson's 'A Walk Among the Tombstones'
- Twitch: Twitchvision: Jason Gorber Talks ALTMAN, LOVE IS STRANGE, And A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES
- Vulture: The Maze Runner Dashes Past Neeson's Tombstones at the Box Office
- Collider: Weekend Box Office: MAZE RUNNER Leads with $32.5 Million; TOMBSTONES Soft in Second with $13.1 Million
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are back! The new red-band 'The Interview' trailer shows the duo, who brought us such classic debauchery as 'Superbad,' 'This Is the End' and 'Pineapple Express,' are already starting up some drama with their Kim Jong-un assassination story. If that premise alone isn't enough to make you gasp, how about some NSFW talk of "Matthew McConaughey goat f***," and getting "f***** by RoboCop"? Continue reading…
- SlashFilm: ‘The Interview’ Red-Band Trailer: James Franco and Seth Rogen Visit North Korea
- Variety: Watch: Red Band Trailer for James Franco, Seth Rogen’s ‘The Interview’
- Total Film: James Franco and Seth Rogen star in red-band trailer for The Interview: watch now
- Filmonic: New Red Band Trailer for Seth Rogen and James Franco’s The Interview
- Entertainment Weekly: Red-band ‘Interview’ trailer promises North Korea trip, bald Rob Lowe
- The Wrap: James Franco Can't Stop Smelling His Stinky Penis in ‘The Interview’ Red Band Trailer (Video)
It’s hard to think of a director better suited to direct an adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s twisted missing-person mystery novel Gone Girl than David Fincher, whose filmmaking career so far has woven a successful path from gory serial killer thrillers like Se7en to true-life drama about the evolution of the social media age in The Social Network. Adapted for the big screen by Flynn herself, Gone Girl lies somewhere between these extremes.
- We Got This Covered: Early Reviews For David Fincher’s Gone Girl Are In
- SlashFilm: Early Buzz: David Fincher’s ‘Gone Girl’ Is Smart, Twisty, and Surprisingly Funny
- IndieWire: Review: 'Gone Girl' is a Curious Choice for David Fincher
- Vulture: David Fincher Puts Ben Affleck’s Evasiveness to Good Use in Gone Girl
- The Playlist: First, Mostly Rave Reviews Arrive For David Fincher's 'Gone Girl'
- The Wrap: ‘Gone Girl’ Review: David Fincher's Latest Masterwork Mixes Suspense, Cynical Comedy and Razor-Sharp Satire
- Variety: Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor Previews ‘Gone Girl’ Soundtrack
- Variety: Film Review: ‘Gone Girl’
- Hollywood Reporter: 'Gone Girl': Film Review
- Vulture: Hear Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’s Terrifying Gone Girl Soundtrack
- Thompson on Hollywood: 'Gone Girl': Fincher's Faithful Flynn Adaptation Bewitches Critics
- The Playlist: Listen: Trent Reznor Previews ‘Gone Girl’ Soundtrack On Nine Inch Nails Website
- HitFix: Trent Reznor teases industrial 'Gone Girl' score on Nine Inch Nails site
The YA adaptation reigns supreme at the box office this weekend, while a typically reliable action star struggles. In at number 1 is The Maze Runner (read our review) with $32.5 million. That’s obviously not Hunger Games or Twilight type numbers, but it’s still a great start given the fickle nature of the YA adaptation. With no notable stars to speak of, The Maze Runner‘s audience was likely comprised of book fans, but that’s not a bad turnout all things considered.
- JoBlo: Weekend Box Office Report: September 19-21, 2014
- IndieWire: Specialty Box Office: Nick Cave's '20,000 Days' Has Best Doc Debut of 2014; Weinsteins Stopped In 'Tracks'
- Deadline: Nick Cave Doc ‘20,000 Days On Earth’ Has Big Three Days in Crowded Specialty Film Box Office
- Thompson on Hollywood: Fall Specialty Box Office Takes Off with Docs '20,000 Days,' 'Pump' and 'Art and Craft'
- Hollywood Reporter: Specialty Box Office: Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver's Desert Drama 'Tracks' Stumbles
- Hollywood Reporter: South Korean Box Office: Keira Knightley's 'Begin Again' Earns $18.1M
- Hollywood Reporter: Japan Box Office: 'Apes' Opens Behind Samurai Film
- The Wrap: Scarlett Johansson's ‘Lucy’ Crosses $250 Million at Overseas Box Office
While just over $30 million domestically may not be anything to brag about for some films, it is enough for 20th Century Fox to greenlight the sequel to THE MAZE RUNNER. With $60 million internationally after it's debut weekend, THE MAZE RUNNER looks to be a moderate success and one the studio is willing to roll the dice on one more time. Variety reports that THE MAZE RUNNER: SCORCH TRIALS is now set for a... Read More...
- SlashFilm: Maze Runner Sequel ‘The Scorch Trials’ To Hit Theaters in 2015
- MovieWeb: 'Maze Runner' Sequel 'Scorch Trials' Gets 2015 Release
- Coming Soon: First Concept Art from The Maze Runner Sequel, The Scorch Trials
- Collider: THE MAZE RUNNER Sequel, THE SCORCH TRIALS, Set for September 18, 2015
- Screen Crush: 'The Maze Runner' Sequel, 'The Scorch Trials,' Set for 2015; Get a First Look
- FirstShowing.net: 'Maze Runner' Sequel 'Scorch Trials' Set for a September 2015 Release
- Dark Horizons: "Maze Runner" Tops Weekend Box-Office
- We Got This Covered: Maze Runner Sequel The Scorch Trails Gets The Go-Ahead, Pegged For 2015
- BoxOfficeMojo: Analysis: 'Maze Runner' Franchise Off to Strong Start This Weekend
- USA Today: 'Maze Runner' finds way to box-office victory
- Long Island Newsday: 'The Maze Runner' tops box office with $32.5 million
- Badass Digest: THE MAZE RUNNER To Get A Sequel With A Terrible Title
- Deadline: ‘Maze Runner’ Races To $37.6M Internationally With No. 1s In 50 Countries; ‘Apes’ Crosses $100M In China
- Variety: How ‘Maze Runner’ Escaped the Young Adult Franchise Curse
- Digital Spy: The Maze Runner debuts at number one in US Box Office
- We Got This Covered: Box Office Report: The Maze Runner Amazes At #1
- Variety: ‘Maze Runner’ Captures First Place at Foreign Box Office
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: Box Office Guru Wrapup: The Maze Runner Winds Its Way To Number One
- Dark Horizons: Fox Sets "Maze Runner 2" For Sept 2015
- Thompson on Hollywood: Top 10 Box Office Takeaways: YA 'Maze Runner' Scores, Numbers Rebound
- Digital Spy: The Maze Runner sequel gets September 2015 release date
- Variety: Korea Box Office: ‘Maze Runner’ Trots to Top Spot
- AintItCool: Fox Announces THE MAZE RUNNER Sequel Film & Releases Concept Art From It!!
- Moviefone: Box Office: How Did 'The Maze Runner' Break the YA Curse?
- Entertainment Weekly: ‘The Maze Runner’ sequel gets September 2015 release
- HitFix: Best and Worst of 'The Maze Runner': Dylan O'Brien, Will Poulter, that Ending
- BoxOfficeMojo: Analysis: Friday Report: 'Maze Runner' Quick Out of the Gate
- The Wrap: ‘Maze Runner’ Launches Sequel With Teen-Powered $32 Million Box-Office Debut
- Coming Soon: Box Office Results: The Maze Runner Jogs Past the Competition at the Box Office
- HitFix: Box Office: 'The Maze Runner' crosses the finish line at no. 1 with $32.5 million
- Empire Magazine: The Maze Runner Sprints To The Top Of The US Box Office
- IGN Movies: The Maze Runner Blows Past Liam Neeson
- Empire Magazine: The Maze Runner Sequel Has A Release Date
- MovieWeb: BOX OFFICE: 'The Maze Runner' Wins with $32.5 Million
- ScreenRant: ‘The Maze Runner’ Sequel Coming in 2015
- The Playlist: Box-Office: ‘Maze Runner’ Takes The Top Spot, Fox Schedules Sequel For September 2015
- IGN Movies: Maze Runner Sequel Announced For 2015
- MovieWeb: 'Maze Runner 2' Concept Art Reveals an Apocalyptic Wasteland
Several posters have recently dropped for Christopher Nolan's upcoming sci-fi epic Interstellar, so we've collected them all for you here. Starring the one and only Matthew McConaughey as well as Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine, Anne Hathway, Topher Grace, and Casey Affleck, the film is coming soon -- on November 7 in the US (and that same week mostly everywhere else). So take a look at the gallery of posters below as you prepare for "the end of Earth"...
“It’s a much darker film than I was expecting,” Trent Reznor said a few months ago about David Fincher’s upcoming drama/thriller “Gone Girl.” “The book is not exactly uplifting or happy, but it’s a nasty film.” A nasty David Fincher film? Scored once again by Trent Reznor and co-composter Atticus Ross? Sold. “Gone Girl” will be the third collaboration between Reznor, Ross and Fincher; they’ve scored “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” and even become Academy Award winners for their bruising “The Social Network” score.
James Franco and Seth Rogen are heading to North Korea — and they're bringing a planeload of raunch with them. Franco and Rogen star in the upcoming comedy “The Interview,” about a pair of tabloid TV journalists who score an interview with Kim Jong Un and get enlisted by the CIA to kill the North Korean leader. See video: Jimmy Fallon Gets a Shirtless James Franco and Seth Rogen for His 40th Birthday But as a newly released red band trailer for the film reveals, Rogen and Franco tackle a lot more than international policy in the movie. The pair must also contend with pho
- Deadline: James Franco, Seth Rogen Celebrate Jimmy Fallon’s 40th In Their Birthday Suits: VIDEO
- Moviefone: Jimmy Fallon Got a Shirtless James Franco and Seth Rogen for His Birthday (VIDEO)
- Vulture: Watch Seth Rogen and James Franco Pop Out of a Cake for Jimmy Fallon's Birthday
- Vulture: Raunchier Trailer for James Franco and Seth Rogen's The Interview Is Funnier Than the Kid-Friendly Version
- Coming Soon: The New Red Band Trailer for The Interview, Starring James Franco and Seth Rogen!
- The Playlist: Watch: New Hilarious Red-Band Trailer For 'The Interview' Starring Seth Rogen And James Franco
- MovieWeb: 'The Interview' Red Band Trailer with James Franco and Seth Rogen
In the twenty years since his influential debut feature, Clerks, Kevin Smith has established himself as a singular voice in the American indie landscape with his wry observations of disaffected youth culture. With his 2011 horror film, Red State, and his new film, Tusk, Smith reinvents himself by bringing his comedic chops to a new, disturbing milieu.
- Dread Central: An Itsy Bitsy Tusk Clip Climbs Up the Water Spout
- AintItCool: Capone says Kevin Smith's wonderfully grotesque TUSK falters when it tries too hard to be funny
- Variety: Read the Ad That Inspired Kevin Smith’s ‘Tusk’ and Meet Hoaxer-Producer Chris Parkinson
- Badass Digest: TUSK Movie Review: Another Piece Of Shit From Kevin Smith
- SlashFilm: ‘Tusk’ Review: Kevin Smith’s Horror Film Is Ambitious But Messy in Every Way
- Twitch: TUSK: A Little Dinner Conversation In A Clip From Kevin Smith's Latest