-Darren Aronofsky, director of films including Black Swan, The Wrestler and Requiem for a Dream of course, has teamed up with Ted Robbins and Sandy Haddad to launch bi-coastal commercial production house, Chromista. link -The 2013 AICP Week lineup has been announced. Show More Summary
Damon Lindelof discusses the early, early status of Star Trek 3. Check out a video update from Godzilla director Gareth Edwards. Breaking Bad's Mark Margolis discusses his role as a fallen angel in Darren Aronofsky's Noah. Brad Bird won't rule out The Incredibles 2. Plus a final preview for this week's big Doctor Who finale! Read more...
Fulfilling her parental duties, Rachel Weisz walked her son Henry Aronofsky to school in the East Village of Manhattan this morning (May 15). Sporting a black jacket and grey scarf, the “Runaway Jury” star seemed to be in good spirits...Show More Summary
Designs for costumes, characters, the Batmobile and gadgets revealed for Darren Aronofsky’s proposed superhero film "Batman: Year One." SPINOFF has all the images of what might have been.
Check out what could have been with this Batman movie that was cancelled by Warner Bros. before Batman Begins went into production. [...]
Long before Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins hit theaters, director Darren Aronofsky almost made his own take on Batman. After finishing Requiem For A Dream in 2000, the director was developing a screen adaptation of Frank Miller‘s milestone Batman story Batman: Year One. He co-wrote a screenplay with Miller and began conceiving he look of the film before [...]
Yes, we all know how great Christopher Nolan’s version of the Caped Crusader’s story is, but,
Batman: Year One was supposed to be Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky's, big superhero project. Unfortunately the project got scrapped in favor of Nolan's Batman Begins. But new concept art shows the Lincoln Continental Batmobile that never was. Read more...
“I met you once for a handshake and I was terrified,” Darren Aronofsky told Clint Eastwood during their Tribeca Talks Directors Series discussion on Saturday. “I’m still a little terrified.” The two men chatted (fittingly, in directors’ chairs) following the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story, a 60-minute documentary about the [...]
During a discussion with Darren Aronofsky at the Tribeca Film Festival, director Clint Eastwood reveals his wish to continue making movies past 100 years old.
That’s right. Two Wolverine trailers have dropped, and they’ll both make you long for the Darren Aronofsky version that never was. The international trailer has a bit more footage (including what appears to be a bar fight that gets pacified...Show More Summary
The Tribeca Film Festival’s Tribeca Talks section will feature conversations with Clint Eastwood interviewed by Darren Aronofsky, Richard Linklater with Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, director Mira Nair with actress Bryce Dallas Howard, and Jay Roach with Ben Stiller. Show More Summary
Yesterday's self-congratulatory pat on the back to anyone reciting Pi to ten digits might feel a bit inadequate compared to Santa Clara University's Ed Karrels. The researcher has broken the record for calculating Darren Aronofsky's favorite number, taking the ratio to eight quadrillion places right of the decimal. Show More Summary
Paramount has nabbed the movie rights to a book called NEXUS, by Ramez Naam. Per THIS piece over at Deadline, NEXUS... ...takes place in the near future in a battle for mind control. A young technologist becomes the first person to invent controllable nanotechnology software for the brain. Show More Summary
"Mankind gets an upgrade."
Don’t let anyone tell you science fiction isn’t the latest trend sweeping Hollywood. It might take a few years to really take hold but films like this year’s Oblivion, After Earth, Gravity and Ender’s Game have studio executives prepping for a whole new wave of sci-fi projects. Universal picked up a new one earlier today and now [...]
Following the release of the book late last year, Paramount Pictures has made plans to bring to the big screen Ramez Naam's science fiction tale Nexus. Deadline reports that producers on the project include Darren Aronofsky, Cale Boyter,...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures has acquired screen rights to Nexus, the science fiction novel by Ramez Naam. The project will be produced by Mary Parent and Cale Boyter through their Disruption label and Darren Aronofsky and Scott Franklin through their Protozoa banner. Show More Summary
Pirating versus purchasing used ebooks – who wins? Ayelet Waldman and John Scalzi discuss. Related posts: Chabon and Waldman Go HBO Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman are teaming with Darren Aronofsky... Typesetting in the Digital Age...Show More Summary