This all-cat recreation of "Gone Girl" is just purr-fection.
A new trailer for Susanne Bier's Serena has arrived and you can check it out in the player below, courtesy of the interactive charity network Chideo.
- FirstShowing.net: Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper in Tense First US 'Serena' Trailer
- HitFix: Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper reunite in long-delayed 'Serena' trailer
- SlashFilm: ‘Serena’ Trailer: Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, Together Again
- Hollywood Reporter: 'Serena' Trailer: Bradley Copper and Jennifer Lawrence Are Together (Again)
- MovieWeb: 'Serena' Trailer: Jennifer Lawrence Takes on an Empire
- Screen Crush: 'Serena' Trailer: Jennifer Lawrence Is Not That Kind of Woman
- MTV Movies Blog: Jennifer Lawrence Slays In The New ‘Serena’ Trailer
- Vulture: The Opposite Trajectories of Bradley Cooper and Ryan Reynolds
- Latino Review: Check Out The Domestic Trailer for 'Serena'
Soon after seeing this film, I just kind of blurted out what this film meant to me when talking to fellow critics. It may be premature to declare it as such, but what the hell: Nightcrawler is my Network. Sidney Lumet's 1976 film is a scathing commentary on the news business, but it's also mildly preposterous. As a film it's magnificent, with some stunning performances, but there's a heightened theatricality to the work, an operatic quality about being mad as hell that's infectious while at the same time implausible.
- USA Today: Ghoulish 'Nightcrawler' will leave viewers on edge
- IndieWire: Watch: Jake Gyllenhaal Talks to Indiewire About Going to the Extremes for 'Nightcrawler'
- Moviefone: Jake Gyllenhaal on 'Nightcrawler' and That Intense Mirror Punch
- Variety: ‘Nightcrawler’ Sets Dark Mood With Atmospheric Lighting
- Long Island Newsday: 'Nightcrawler' review: Jake Gyllenhaal stars in edgy, pulpy thriller
- HitFix: Jake Gyllenhaal lost 20 pounds to become a coyote for 'Nightcrawler'
- The Wrap: ‘Nightcrawler’ Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Astonishes in Extraordinary Thriller
ComingSoon.net talks to filmmaker Dan Gilroy about making his directorial debut, the L.A.-based thriller Nightcrawler, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Bill Paxton and Riz Ahmad.
- IndieWire: How 'Nightcrawler' Writer-Director Dan Gilroy Turned Jake Gyllenhaal Into a Coyote
- Deadline: Dialogue: Jake Gyllenhaal plumbs even deeper depths in Nightcrawler, a timely look at today’s in-your-face media
- Cinema Blend: Why Nightcrawler Is The Perfect Movie To See On Halloween
- JoBlo: Exclusive 1:1 Interview: Nightcrawler Star Rene Russo!
- MovieWeb: 'Nightcrawler' Red Band Trailer Starring Jake Gyllenhaal
Over the past few years Jake Gyllenhaal has become one of the most exciting actors working today. His work in ENEMY, PRISONERS and END OF WATCH is terrific, as he continues to challenge himself and take on meatier roles. His latest only further proves what a fascinating talent he is. In NIGHTCRAWLER, he portrays Louis Bloom, a strange fellow who discovers he has a knack for videotaping horrific events which... Read More...
- IndieWire: Watch: Jake Gyllenhaal Gets Nutty in 'Nightcrawler' Red Band Trailer
- Entertainment Weekly: Jake Gyllenhaal hits the gas in NSFW ‘Nightcrawler’ trailer
- IndieWire: Jake Gyllenhaal Lost 30 Pounds and a Great Deal of Blood to Make 'Nightcrawler'
- Chud: Interview: Dan Gilroy Compares ‘Nightcrawler’ To ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’
- Coming Soon: The Weekend Warrior: Nightcrawler, Before I Go To Sleep, Saw Re-Release
Not to bring things back to Oscar, perhaps a lowest common denominator form of conversation for movies, but it would be some kind of shame if Jake Gyllenhaal doesn’t get a well-deserved nomination for “Nightcrawler” because he’s all kinds of wicked and twisted worthy. Some pundits are questioning whether that’ll happen or not, but I suppose that’s someone else’s concern at the end of the day.
- Hollywood Reporter: Jake Gyllenhaal on Producing, 'Nightcrawler' Cuts and How "Acting Is Incredibly Selfish"
- Deadline: Jake Gyllenhaal Interviewed By Hawk Koch: “I Love The Abrasion” – Produced By NY
- Variety: Jake Gyllenhaal Will Direct When He Feels ‘Presumptuous Enough’
- Digital Spy: Jake Gyllenhaal's Nightcrawler releases new red band trailer
- Digital Spy: Jake Gyllenhaal on directing: 'Only when I feel presumptuous enough'
- FirstShowing.net: One Final Red Band Trailer for 'Nightcrawler' Gets Wicked & Wild
It can't rain all the time. After being caught in development hell for a number of years, The Crow reboot is set to start shooting next Spring. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter at the Abu Dhabi FIlm Festival, producer Edward R. Pressman dropped the news regarding the remake of the 1994 horror/action film. Pressman, who also worked on the original film, is returning to produce the remake, which is being helmed by F.
- Dread Central: Production on The Crow Remake to Begin Next Spring
- Badass Digest: THE CROW Has His Black Nail Polish Fingers Crossed For An Early 2015 Production Start
- MovieWeb: 'The Crow' Remake Begins Shooting Spring 2015
- Latino Review: 'The Crow' Remake to Start Production in Spring 2015
Attending the Abu Dhabi Film Festival this week, producer Edward R. Pressman revealed that production begins on The Crow remake this spring, while revealing that no cast members have been confirmed at this time.We reported in May 2013 that Luke Evans (Dracula Untold, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug) had signed on to play Eric Draven, and the actor has spoke about the role in interviews over the past year. The Hollywood Reporter states that the actor is the "current favorite" for the role, which contradicts the May 2013 report that he has already signed on.
- Hollywood Reporter: 'The Crow' Remake Aiming for Spring 2015 Production Start
- Shock Till You Drop: Producer Says The Crow Remake Will Fly Next Spring
- Collider: THE CROW Remake Aims to Start Shooting Next Year, Luke Evans Still Attached
- Comic Book Movie: THE CROW Remake Aiming For A Spring 2015 Shoot Date
- ScreenRant: ‘The Crow’ Producer Calls It ‘Anti-Spider-Man’; Production Begins Spring 2015
- Shock Till You Drop: Phantom of the Opera is Heading to TV, Eli Roth’s South of Hell Begins Shooting
- We Got This Covered: Luke Evans’ Long-Gestating The Crow Reboot Hopes To Start Shooting Next Year
- Coming Soon: Producer Says The Crow to Begin Production in the Spring
- JoBlo: The Crow remake may start production in early 2015
- AintItCool: Is THE CROW Reboot Flapping Closer To Reality??
- Dark Horizons: "The Crow" Reboot Is Still In The Works
- SlashFilm: ‘The Crow’ Reboot to Shoot in Early 2015
Marvel have released the first official image of Adrianne Palicki in her tactical outfit now that she's once again working with S.H.I.E.L.D. Talking to the site, Costume Designer Ann Foley explained how this suit pays homage to the character's comic book origins. "It's important to me to keep certain elements, but we had to change it, obviously, for practicality, because it had to fit into our world. It had to have a kind of tactical feeling to it too so that it made sense in our universe.
- Comic Book Movie: 'Mockingbird' Sings To Me In New AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. "A Fractured House" Stills
- Vulture: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Recap: Desperate Times
- We Got This Covered: Avengers: Age Of Ultron Trailer Will Premiere During Next Week’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Coming Soon: Avengers: Age of Ultron Teaser Coming with Next Week's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.!
- Screen Crush: 'Avengers 2′ Premiering First Trailer During Next Week's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'
- Collider: AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Trailer to Air During Next Week’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
- MovieWeb: 'Avengers 2' Trailer Debuts During Next 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'
- JoBlo: TV Review: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 Episode 5
- ScreenRant: ‘The Avengers 2′ Trailer to Debut Next Week During ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’
- HitFix: 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' trailer airs next week on 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'
- Dark Horizons: Photo: SHIELD's "Mockingbird" Costume Reveal
Columbia Pictures Gone Girl is a cynical movie. No doubt. It features two sociopaths working out their deeply troubled marital issues in the public eye with just the right amount of bloodshed. Yet in more than a few ways, it could be an unofficial remake of The Awful Truth, Leo McCarey’s 1937 screwball comedy where two assholes realize that they want to stay married. The movie opens with Jerry Warriner (Cary Grant, naturally) lying to his wife about a trip to Florida (complete with sunlamp sessions at the gym and fake letters).
- We Got This Covered: Box Office Report: Fury Rolls Past Gone Girl For #1 Spot
- Hollywood Reporter: Critic's Notebook: ‘Gone Girl’ Provokes, But Does It Deliver?
- Hollywood Reporter: Global Box Office: 'Gone Girl' Races Past $200M; 'Annabelle' Scares Up $166M
- Vulture: Brad Pitt’s Fury Beats Gone Girl Over a Weak Box-Office Weekend
- Collider: Weekend Box Office: FURY Tops the Weekend with $23.5 Million; GONE GIRL Crosses $100 Million
- Coming Soon: Box Office Results: Gone Girl Can't Win Again Over Brad Pitt's Fury