This week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News focuses on some very exciting developments in the world of comic-book movies. First, news broke that the sequel to X-Men: Days of Future will be X-Men: Apocalypse, insinuating that the famous Marvel villain will serve as the primary antagonist. Show More Summary
Getting a workout in between preparing for the arrival of her new baby, and movie schedule, Emily Blunt showed off her baby bump, arriving at a gym in Beverly Hills. Ready for her workout, the "Adjustment Bureau" starlet wore a black...Show More Summary
We're not sure if someone from The Adjustment Bureau stopped by Nissan's PR department to explain the IDx Nismo and IDx Freeflow concepts, but the company's odd press release can't diminish our love for these two show favorites. We had...Show More Summary
I confess, most fiction bores the living spit out of me. The real world is already 15,000 times as perverse as anything I'm going to encounter in a novel, and frankly (let's be blunt), 999 out of 1000 novels are written to such preposterously...Show More Summary
They’re one of the hottest couples in Hollywood, and now Emily Blunt and John Krasinski are about to become parents. The “Adjustment Bureau” babe’s rep confirmed that she has a bun in the oven, and everyone is thrilled with the news. An...Show More Summary
Tending to her to-do list, Emily Blunt showed up at the WAX Salon in West Hollywood on Tuesday afternoon (June 25). The “Adjustment Bureau” babe donned a comfy black and grey ensemble as she made her exit following her grooming session. This...Show More Summary
As the world waits breathless for some Goldilocks print in tomorrow's non-farm payroll data, Gallup's most recent survey of employment trends does not paint a pretty picture for the real economy. Though, by the 'adjustment bureau' and...Show More Summary
Aereo asks the court to dismiss its lawsuit, Prenda can't find 'Salt Marsh' signature and Philip K. Dick estate settles suit over 'Adjustment Bureau'
Media Rights Capital, which produced the Matt Damon film, was fighting over whether the sci-fi story was in the public domain. read more
EXCLUSIVE: That legal dispute between Media Rights Capital and the Philip K. Dick Estate has been settled over The Adjustment Bureau, the Matt Damon-starrer that George Nolfi wrote and directed. The film was based on the seminal sci-fi...Show More Summary
Treating themselves to an exciting date night, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt showed up at the 2013 Costume Institute Gala on Monday (May 6). The “Leatherheads” stud and his “Adjustment Bureau” babe both looked stunning, with Emily donning...Show More Summary
Looking to give her coif an upgrade, Emily Blunt showed up at a beauty shop in West Hollywood yesterday afternoon (April 29). The “Adjustment Bureau” babe looked a bit preoccupied with her mobile phone as she stepped out of her AudiShow More Summary
She’s the cover story for InStyle magazine’s May 2013 issue, and Emily Blunt has quite the life being married to John Krasinski. The “Adjustment Bureau” babe confessed, “I spend my life in sweatpants and covered in mud,” thanks to their...Show More Summary
Film: House of Cards (2013) Cast includes: Kevin Spacey (Se7ev), Robin Wright (Moneyball), Michael Kelly (The Adjustment Bureau), Michael Gill (Ideal), Corey Stoll (The Bourne...
Prince's Billboard cover story is not fully online, but Gawker's Rich Juzwiak was kind enough to read the whole thing and post the highlights. As always, Prince did not allow his interviewer (Gail Mitchell) to take notes; Prince also made Mitchell watch The Adjustment Bureau and pass a sort of ... More »
After being at the helm of the underrated sci-fi film The Adjustment Bureau, director George Nolfi is teaming with the writer behind Arnold Schwarzenegger's big screen comeback The Last Stand for a new sci-fi endeavor. Heat Vision reports...Show More Summary
George Nolfi reached for the paranoid, reality-warping style of Philip K. Dick with his hat-centric movie The Adjustment Bureau. And now he's coming back, with a brand new science fiction action movie about which we know absolutely nothing. Show More Summary
The Last Stand's Andrew Knauer is co-writing the project, which will be directed by The Adjustment Bureau's helmer. [...]
George Nolfi, the director of The Adjustment Bureau, has signed on to co-write, produce, and direct an untitled sci-fi action film for Universal. He will co-write the script with Andrew Knauer, who wrote this year’s The Last Stand starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. … Continue reading ?
The writer's second big project.