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HitFix talks to "Interstellar" editor Lee Smith about his on-going collaboration with Christopher Nolan and how their latest provided some of their biggest challenges to date.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention
On the Babble-On podcast Josh Boone, the director of The Fault In Our Stars, told Kevin Smith that he was working on adapting Stephen King’s 1168 page epic The Stand. Others have tried to boil the tale of good vs evil in a post-apocalyptic world into a single film, including Smith’s friend Ben Affleck. But something funny happened when Boone turned in his three-hour long script attempt… the studio execs asked if he had thought about doing it as a multi-part film series. The director says that Warner Brothers plans to adapt the novel into a four-part movie franchise.
- FirstShowing.net: Warner Bros. Wants Josh Boone to Turn 'The Stand' into Four Movies
- Dark Horizons: King's "The Stand" Becomes Four Films
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: The Stand Will Be a Multi-Film Franchise
- Deadline: Finding The Kid Who Could Stand Up To Bill Murray: Ted Melfi On ‘St. Vincent’ At The Contenders
- IndieWire: MPAA Launches WhereToWatch.com, Its Most Daring Stand Against Piracy Yet
- HitFix: Warner Bros may gamble big on a four-movie 'Stand' from 'Fault In Our Stars' director
HitFix talks to "Interstellar" cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema about grounding Nolan's film, working with practical elements, shooting on film for Sam Mendes' next James Bond feature and the ongoing film vs. digital debate.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention
- Cinema Blend: Watch Bill Nye Outline His Problems With Interstellar Science
- Hollywood Reporter: Scalpers Appear as 'Interstellar' Becomes Phenomenon in South Korea
- IndieWire: Springboard: 'Interstellar' Teen Breakout Mackenzie Foy Wants to Direct
- Thompson on Hollywood: How the 'Interstellar' Crafts Team Experiments with Sight and Sound
- Collider: Not Dead Yet: BOND 24 and TWIN PEAKS Season 3 Will Be Shot on Film
Back towards the beginning of the year, The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone was tapped as the new director of Warner Bros. Pictures' gestating adaptation of Stephen King's novel The Stand. We'd heard that casting was eyeing Matthew McConaughey for a pivotal role in August, but since then there's been no word on any new names associated with the project. That may be because instead of a single film, the studio has decided they want Boone to make multiple films to properly adapt the novel.
- Deadline: Josh Boone Says Warner Bros Will Turn Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’ Into Four Films
- JoBlo: Josh Boone says his adaptation of The Stand will be at least four movies
- Collider: Josh Boone Now Says THE STAND Will Be Four Movies With a Cast The Will “Blow People’s Minds”
- We Got This Covered: Stephen King’s The Stand Will Stretch To Four Films; Josh Boone Teases A-List Cast
- Comic Book Movie: Josh Boone's THE STAND Will Now Be Four Movies Instead Of One
- The Playlist: Director Josh Boone Says 'The Stand' Will Now Be A Four Movie Event "With A Cast That Will Blow People’s Minds"
- Badass Digest: THE STAND Balloons Into Four Movies
- Cinema Blend: Wait, The Stand Is Getting How Many Movies?
- Digital Spy: Josh Boone's The Stand will be a four-movie series
- SlashFilm: ‘The Stand’ Adaptation Now Planned as Four Movies
- MovieWeb: Stephen King's 'The Stand' Now Planned as 4 Movies
- ScreenRant: Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’ Planned as Four Movies; Director Teases A-List Cast
- AintItCool: Rest easy...Josh Boone's THE STAND will be split up into four films!
- Shock Till You Drop: Stephen King’s The Stand Now Planned as Four Films, Some Cast Already in Place
- Screen Crush: 'The Stand' Adaptation Has Now Been Expanded to Four Films
- Empire Magazine: Stephen King's The Stand Will Stretch To Four Films
- IGN Movies: The Stand Now Planned as Four-Part Movie Series
- SlashFilm: 10 Star Wars Mysteries the Stand Alone Films Could Answer
Interstellar dominated overseas with one of the best weekends we’ve had in months, bringing in $107.9 million from 63 markets currently showing it. We could call this the silence before the storm (read The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1) as far as competitors go, either way Interstellar is doing a fantastic job taking advantage of […] Read International Box Office: Interstellar Dominates with $107.9 Million on Filmonic.
Warning: Interstellar SPOILERS follow.... Interstellar director and scribe Christopher Nolan has written a prequel comic for the film, titled Absolute Zero, that further explores the story of Dr. Mann and the Lazarus missions. During the film, it's revealed that Dr. Mann -- played by Matt Damon -- had survived his expedition to locate a new home for mankind.
For those who have seen the movie...If you emerged from seeing Interstellar with a load of questions pinging their way around your brain, you’re in luck. Well, not if you were hoping for some additional insight as to how the world got to be so dusty, but about another key element of the plot that, suffice to say heads into spoiler territory.
- Hollywood Reporter: Christopher Nolan Pens 'Interstellar' Comic to Fill in Movie's Backstory
- We Got This Covered: Christopher Nolan Unveils Prequel Comic For Interstellar That Fills In Background Story
- Collider: Read Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR Prequel Comic to Learn an Important Character’s Backstory
- Vulture: Christopher Nolan Wrote a Comic About the Surprise Interstellar Character
- Dark Horizons: Nolan Pens "Interstellar" Prequel Comic
- AintItCool: Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR Prequel Comic Is Now Online And Viewable For Free!!
- USA Today: Hey, Christopher Nolan wrote an 'Interstellar' comic!
- Moviefone: Christopher Nolan Wrote an 'Interstellar' Companion Comic About This Character (PHOTO, SPOILERS)
- MTV Movies Blog: Christopher Nolan Wrote An ‘Interstellar’ Comic Book All About [SPOILER]
- The Playlist: Christopher Nolan Writes 'Interstellar' Comic Expanding Background On Film's Key Storyline
- SlashFilm: Read an ‘Interstellar’ Comic Book Prequel Written By Christopher Nolan
- FirstShowing.net: Check Out an 'Interstellar' Prequel Comic About Dr. Mann's Planet
- Variety: Korea Box Office: ‘Interstellar’ is Light Years Ahead of Pack
- Cinema Blend: Interstellar Sounds The Way That It Does For This Specific Reason
- Cinema Blend: Great News If You Want To See Interstellar 6 Times
- Variety: China Box Office: ‘Interstellar’ on Fast Track
- Hollywood Reporter: China Box Office: 'Interstellar' Triumphs in Face of Tough Competition
- JoBlo: Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses the validity of the end of Interstellar
- SlashFilm: Video: The ‘Interstellar’ Ending Explained by Neil deGrasse Tyson
I have mixed feelings about Interstellar, but I have no doubt that if you want to see it, you have to see it on the big screen (preferably IMAX). And if you loved Interstellar, you probably want to see it again and again except ticket prices are ridiculously high. Paramount and AMC Theaters are teaming up to solve this problem by offering an "Unlimited Ticket". First, you have to be an AMC Stubs member (it's actually not a bad membership on its own), and then the cost of an unlimited ticket is $19.99 to $34.99 based on the location of the 330 participating theaters across the country. If y
- Hollywood Reporter: Paramount, AMC Theatres Partner on Unlimited 'Interstellar' Ticket
- The Wrap: AMC Theatres’ ‘Interstellar’ Unlimited Ticket Allows Fans to See the Film as Many Times as They Want
- Variety: ‘Interstellar’ Unlimited Ticket Offered at AMC
- Deadline: Wanna See ‘Interstellar’ Again And Again? Par, AMC Issue The Unlimited Ticket
- AintItCool: AMC And Paramount Offering Unlimited Return Viewing Tickets For INTERSTELLAR!!
- Entertainment Weekly: AMC presents Unlimited ticket for infinite screenings of ‘Interstellar’
- JoBlo: AMC theatres offer an unlimited ticket for Interstellar so see it a lot
- Screen Crush: You Can Buy an "Unlimited Ticket" to See 'Interstellar' as Many Times as You Want
- FirstShowing.net: AMC Reveals 'Unlimited Ticket' to Rewatch 'Interstellar' Over & Over
- SlashFilm: ‘Interstellar’ Unlimited Ticket Allows You to See the Film as Many Times as You Want
- MovieWeb: 'Interstellar' Unlimited Ticket Allows Infinite Screenings at AMC
- Thompson on Hollywood: Paramount Tries New Ticket Tack to Boost 'Interstellar' Sales
- HitFix: Can't get enough 'Interstellar'? Now you can Go Further with an 'Unlimited Ticket'
- Coming Soon: See Christopher Nolan's Interstellar as Many Times as You Want at AMC Theatres
- Latino Review: See 'Interstellar' As Many Times As You Want with First Time Unlimted Ticket
- Film School Rejects: Is the ‘Interstellar’ Unlimited Unlimited Ticket For You?
- Dark Horizons: See "Interstellar" As Many Times As You Want
- Deadline: ‘Interstellar’ Blasts Past $200M With $42M China Lift-Off: International Box Office
- Variety: Box Office: ‘Interstellar’ Soars Past $300 Million Globally
- Entertainment Weekly: Christopher Nolan explains reasoning behind ‘Interstellar’ sound
- Hollywood Reporter: South Korean Box Office: 'Interstellar' Dominates for Second Week
- USA Today: Proof the wormhole in 'Interstellar' looks legit
- Variety: AMC Networks’ We TV Asks Viewers To Cut Back On Timeshifting To Win Prizes
- Vulture: Christopher Nolan: Interstellar’s Sound Mix Is ‘Bold and Adventurous,’ You Dummy
- Hollywood Reporter: Italy Box Office: 'Interstellar' Stays on Top
- ScreenRant: Interstellar’s Inaudible Dialogue Was an ‘Adventurous’ Choice
- SlashFilm: Christopher Nolan Finally Responds to ‘Interstellar’ Sound Controversy
- Comic Book Movie: BOX OFFICE: Christopher Nolan's INTERSTELLAR Rockets Past $300 Million Worldwide
- The Wrap: Christopher Nolan's ‘Interstellar’ Soars to $106 Million at Overseas Box Office
- Screen Crush: Christopher Nolan Responds to All Those 'Interstellar' Sound Criticisms
- BoxOfficeMojo: Analysis: 'Interstellar' Scores in China, Adds $106 Million Overseas
- MovieWeb: Christopher Nolan Addresses 'Interstellar' Sound Controversy
- IGN Movies: Christopher Nolan Addresses Interstellar Sound Complaints
- The Playlist: Listen Up, Christopher Nolan Defends Sound Mix On 'Interstellar'
There are plenty of things that can sully the experience of watching movies in theaters, from noisy audience members to technical problems with the screening.
- Vulture: Interstellar Is About the Death of Film
- Hollywood Reporter: Christopher Nolan Breaks Silence on 'Interstellar' Sound (Exclusive)
- FirstShowing.net: What If TARS from 'Interstellar' Had a Real Career on the Big Screen?
What do you think about the photographs? Personally, I'm pleased to see that we are finally getting a origin that more closely resembles some sort of source material. But it's not just any source material, it's Frank Miller's famous gamechanger The Dark Knight Returns. Are you looking forward to this extremely respectful representation of Batman?
- The Playlist: 'Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice' Will Have IMAX Sequences, Plus Iconic Scene Rumored
- Total Film: Batman v Superman will include Bruce Wayne’s parents’ murder
- Cinema Blend: Forget Bruce's Parents, Batman V Superman Better Address This Crucial Death
- MovieWeb: 'Batman v Superman' Is Shooting in IMAX
- IGN Movies: Batman v Superman Does IMAX