Rosemarie DeWitt News
One of the more curious horror releases arriving this year is the remake of ‘Poltergeist,’ starring Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, and Jared Harris. Remake or no, that is one enticing cast of talented people. The remake is based on the 1982 horror classic directed by Tobe Hooper and produced by Steven Spielberg, and up until now, we haven’t known a whole lot about it—aside from the fact that it will be presented in 3D (insert eye roll). A new interview with Rockwell provides some new details about the project, and doesn’t make it sound all that scary. Continue reading…
- Digital Spy: Poltergeist remake 'more of a kids' movie', says Sam Rockwell
- ScreenRant: ‘Poltergeist’ Remake is ‘More of a Kids’ Movie’ Says Sam Rockwell
- MovieWeb: Sam Rockwell Calls 'Poltergeist' Remake a Kids Movie
- Shock Till You Drop: Sam Rockwell Talks New Poltergeist’s Perspective
Larger-than-life true stories are catnip for Hollywood, as if “this really happened” imprints lend more gravitas and import than fictional narratives that are potentially just as trenchant or more so. The problem therein lies not only with doing the story justice, but seeing beyond the compelling details and transforming them into something with moving dramatic heft, with the freedom of fiction often being a much more pliant tool. And like most alluring substances, the attracting agents within the true story can be blinding.
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- Cinema Blend: The Weird Story Of How Tom Cruise Convinced Jeremy Renner To Do Mission: Impossible
- Variety: Film Review: ‘Kill the Messenger’
- Hollywood Reporter: 'Kill the Messenger': Film Review
- Comic Book Movie: Jeremy Renner Teases AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Secrets And Talks MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 5
Two-time Academy Award nominee Jeremy Renner (“The Bourne Legacy”) leads an all-star cast in a dramatic thriller based on the remarkable true story of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Gary Webb. Webb stumbles onto a story which leads to the shady origins of the men who started the crack epidemic on the nation’s streets…and further alleges that the CIA was aware of major dealers who were smuggling cocaine into the U.S., and using the profits to arm rebels fighting in Nicaragua.