Sony released a new video blog for the James Bond movie "Spectre" on Thursday, this one featuring director Sam Mendes and his awesome scarf. (Darren Aronofsky would be proud.) Other sartorial things to note: everything Ben Whishaw wears, including that sweater and those boots. You'll see. Watch the video below; "Spectre" is out on Nov. 6.
Darren Aronofsky and his jury are set to hand out the Golden and Silver Bears for the main competition at the 65th Berlin Film Festival this evening at the Berlinale Palast. After a strong 2014 edition that thrust The Grand Budapest Hotel and Boyhood onto the world stage, this year proved something of a mixed bag. Show More Summary
A still from Najwa Najjar Eyes of a Thief, featuring Khaled Abol Naga This year's Berlinale is certainly woman-centric. There are exceptional leading ladies commanding the red carpet as Juliette Binoche did on opening night, in her tuxedo-inspired white gown and fresh make up. Show More Summary
Ana Lily Amipour’s “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night” is one of the most confident and engaging directorial debuts that I’ve ever witnessed. It’s comparable to David Lynch’s “Eraserhead” or Darren Aronofsky’s “Pi” and not because it’s shot in black and white, but because it has a confident surrealism that will burrow into your psyche […]
Film watching is subjective, and the Berlinale jury just emphasised that. At a press conference on the first day of the 65th Berlinale, jury president Darren Aronofsky strongly underlined the subjective nature of movie-watching. A critic in the audience asked if the jury – which includes German actor Daniel Brühl, French star Audrey Tautou, Mad […]
'Snowpiercer' director Boon Joon-Ho and 'Act of Killing' helmer Joshua Oppenheimer will also take part in the Berlinale's mini film school. read more
One day before the New Year, Christian moviegoers can reflect on 2014's plethora of faith-based movies in Hollywood, from Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" to the latest release, Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken."
Darren Aronofsky's 2010 psychological thriller, "Black Swan," portrayed an extreme version of the ballet world, depicting a notoriously competitive and high-pressure environment. Misty Copeland, soloist for the American Ballet Theatre, says her life is nothing like the film. Show More Summary
Darren Aronofsky will be honored by the Motion Picture Sound Editors with its annual Filmmaker Award, to be presented at the MPSE's 62nd Golden Reel Awards on February 15. The society's highest honor is presented to "to extraordinary...Show More Summary
Back in November of last year, our own Samantha Wilson dove deep on Hollywood’s newly revitalized and ritualized love for the big screen Biblical epic, as inspired by a fresh trailer for Darren Aronofsky‘s Noah. Sam pointed out a hefty...Show More Summary
According to a Tracking Board, Krysty Wilson-Cairns is adapting The Good Nurse for Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan) to direct at Lionsgate! Here’s what it’s about: “After his December 2003 arrest, registered nurse Charlie Cullen was quickly dubbed “The Angel of Death” by the media. But Cullen was no mercy killer, nor was he a simple […]
Believe it or not, Noah got an award nomination this morning. It didn't land a nod in any of the major categories, but it did receive a nomination for Best Song for Patti Smith's "Mercy Is." That's probably the biggest honor the film...Show More Summary
Never one to avoid grim subject matter, Darren Aronofsky is now attached to direct The Good Nurse: A True Story Of Medicine, Madness And Murder, about a registered nurse who also was one of the deadliest serial killers in history. The...Show More Summary
What will Darren Aronofsky do to follow Noah? What does one do after releasing the film they’ve been dreaming about, in some form, for much of their life? The writer/director has a couple things developing, such as an adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam for HBO. Show More Summary
Always-interesting Darren Aronofky (BLACK SWAN, NOAH) is evidently attached to THE GOOD NURSE, a stranger-than-fiction tale of one of America's most prolific serial killers: a nurse who killed over 300 of his own patients. And here you thought your healthcare was shitty. The project is based on Charles Graeber's book of the same name. Show More Summary
Noah divided audiences and critics alike upon its release. While some saw Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic as an intimate, art-house blockbuster, others simply believed that it was a convoluted nonsense. CinemaSins are here to help the naysayers with a 13-minute video that explains everything that's wrong with Noah. Show More Summary
The filmmaker and the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer (and National Book Award winner) were in town for the Venice Film Festival, having a stroll. The conversation between Darren Aronofsky and Patti Smith turned to the difficulties he was having coming up with a lullaby to be sung in two key scenes...
It’s little wonder writer and director Darren Aronofsky was selected to receive the Humane Society’s inaugural Humane Filmmaker Award: An outspoken vegetarian who openly lauds live animal alternatives in motion Read More The post Exclusive: Darren Aronofsky on the Future of Humanity and Finding Balance appeared first on Ecorazzi.
it's like an unofficial sequel to Darren Aronofsky's Noah, with observant, rock-caked "watchers" being regarded by humanity with somewhat mixed feelings. And no, "A Tale of Momentum and Inertia...
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