We are pleased to feature an excerpt from the August 2016 edition of online magazine Bright Wall/Dark Room, which is focused on literary adaptations. In addition to the essay below by Lauren Wilford on Darren Aronofsky's "Noah," theShow More Summary
Few movies make it past the dreaded process of development hell. Just ask Gene Roddenberry, Darren Aronofsky and Dan Aykroyd. However, fans will see a film that survived this process when The Dark Tower opens next February. So why did it take so long to get to the big screen? Read more... More about Mashable Video, Standalone Featured, Books, Entertainment, and Stephen King
Russian YTPMV videomaker Sapport has created a silly video featuring Gabe the dog, in which Gabe barks out, in multiple tracks a howlingly dramatic version of the already somber theme from the 2000 Darren Aronofsky drama Requiem for a Dream. Here’s the original version of the song, for comparison. Host your WordPress blog with Laughing […]
Why are sports such as boxing and wrestling thrilling to watch in narrative films but often tough to take in real life? Martin Scorsese’s “Raging Bull” and Darren Aronofsky’s “The Wrestler” aren’t compelling for their violence so much as for their ability to probe the psychology of their central male characters. Show More Summary
No Jennifer Lawrence, again. I believe she’s off filming the new Darren Aronofsky movie, but she may also just have sent her regrets, noting that the last time she went to this event, they made her wear this. Read More...
Back in 2012, The General, a biopic about George Washington, was attached to Darren Aronofsky. At the time, Aronofsky, still riding off the wild success of his Oscar-winning Black Swan, seemed inseparable from the project. Variety reported that The General was “a film that Aronofsky is eager to make” and it was positioned to be Black Swan’s immaculate followup. […]
Jennifer Lawrence and a pal step out together with her pup Pippi on Sunday (April 17) in New York City’s Upper West Side neighborhood. The 25-year-old actress may be getting some famous new co-stars for her untitled Darren Aronofsky with Paramount Pictures! PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jennifer Lawrence Michelle Pfeiffer and Domhnall [...]
Star Wars baddie Domhnall Gleeson is in talks to co-star with Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem in an upcoming Darren Aronofsky drama. Per The Wrap, Michelle Pfeiffer and Ed Harris are also nearing deals for the untitled project, as is Gleeson's brother Brian. Aronofsky is writing and directing the 2017 ... More »
Ed Harris and Domhnall's brother Brian Gleeson have also joined the film The post Domhnall Gleeson & Michelle Pfeiffer Join New Darren Aronofsky Film appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
About a year and a half has elapsed since Christopher Nolan's fabled Dark Knight trilogy reached its conclusion. Such was the success of Nolan's stewardship of the comic book legend, Warner Bros. was never likely to allow the caped crusader...Show More Summary
It was only two months ago that the Internet was abuzz with rumors that Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Evans were dating. They would've made for a ridiculously good-looking couple, but it seems it wasn't meant to be. Instead, Jen has chosen...Show More Summary
We’re now just a few weeks away from the eighth Batman film in just under 30 years. But while Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy has roundly been praised as the pinnacle cinematic adventures that feature the Caped Crusader it could have all been so different. Show More Summary
Of all the movies-that-could-have-been, Darren Aronofsky’s Wolverine and Batman movies are two of the more curious unmade projects. Before Christopher Nolan rebooted the Batman franchise and inspired a slew of gritty comic book adaptations, Aronofsky was briefly attached to helm a Dark Knight movie based on Frank Miller’s Year One. Show More Summary
The Hollywood Reporter conducted an exclusive interview with famed comic book writer Frank Miller about his role in creating the iconic "Dark Knight Returns" comic series in which an aged Bruce Wayne/Batman decides to come out of retirement and put on the cape and cowl after witnessing his beloved Gotham City turn into an abysmal wasteland. Show More Summary
Frank Miller has been one of the most fascinating people in the comic industry for over thirty years now, writing and drawing stories that have left a profound impact on how we view the medium. He’s also created his fair share of controversial...Show More Summary
What do an unproduced Darren Aronofsky film, a real-life cannibal sect and a badly injured creature performer have in common? They were all part of the creation of the new chiller THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR, as director Johannes Roberts explains in this exclusive FANGORIA interview. Roberts and Ernest Riera scripted THE OTHER SIDE […]
Comic book legend Frank Miller opens up about why director Darren Aronofsky's 'Dark Knight' adaptation was doomed.
Â Even before we get to Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the Dark Knight has already had a long, distinguished career on the silver screen. After the franchise took a nosedive with the disastrous Batman & Robin, but before Christopher Nolan breathed new, gritty life back into with his Dark Knight trilogy, Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Later this month, we’ll see Batman v. Superman, loosely based on Frank Miller’s Batman comics. But we almost got a Batman film from Miller and Darren Aronofsky, based on Batman: Year One. In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Miller explained what that looked like, and it was very, very strange. Read more...
Frank Miller's Batman was "too nice" for director Darren Aronofsky, but Warner Bros. had a different interpretation of the project.