When the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto decided to fly in weirdo performance artist Bennett Miller to show the city his piece, The Dachsund UN, we had to send a film crew. Dogs acting like people is an online video goldmine. Amazingly...Show More Summary
Artist Bennett Miller created his Puppeh Performance Piece Dachshund UN a few years back for a Melbourne festival. Catch ‘em now in Toronto! Admish is free but you have to reserve tix in advance. Thanks to Ella for the teep. Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: dogs
While researching In Cold Blood, Truman Capote took pains to get the story right, so much so that the final product was, he claimed, “immacutely factual.” The tale of his labors is so well-known that Bennett Miller used it as the basis of his movie Capote. So when allegations surface that the author made deliberate errors, [...]Show More Summary
The actors portray Olympic wrestlers Dave and Mark Schultz in director Bennett Miller's drama based on the tragic true story. [...]
From New York mayors former and present to chefs, fashion designers and a sizeable chunk of Hollywood, the Obama campaign has enjoyed a wealth of endorsements from famous personalities. His latest, though it may come from two celebs, is perhaps the most humble of all. Show More Summary
Edward Norton produced a video for Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign and is back to do another this year with the help of Moneyball director Bennett Miller. To its credit, the seven-minute video We Hold These Truths doesn’t feature any Hollywood types.
Also in Thursday evening's round-up of news briefs, Bennett Miller's Channing Tatum-Steve Carrell drama heads to theaters; Stellan Skarsgård joins a comedy/drama; And Wreck-It-Ralph is on track to dominating the weekend's box office....Show More Summary
Is America ready to see lovable everyman Steve Carell as a mentally ill killer? Columbia hopes so. The studio has just stepped up to co-finance (with Annapurna Pictures) and distribute Foxcatcher, a fact-based drama from Bennett Miller (Moneyball) that sees Carell playing murderous millionaire John du Pont and Mark Ruffalo his friend and victim David Schutz. [...]
A lurid true crime story.
Culver City, CA (November 1, 2012) – Columbia Pictures has picked up the United States distribution rights to Bennett Miller’s FOXCATCHER from Annapurna Pictures. In addition to the U.S. distribution rights, Columbia Pictures also joins the film as a co-financer. Show More Summary
Columbia Pictures has picked up the United States distribution rights to Bennett Miller?s Foxcatcher from Annapurna Pictures. In addition to the U.S. distribution rights, Columbia Pictures also joins the film as a co-financer. Starring...Show More Summary
Directed by Bennett Miller.
Director Bennett Miller‘s upcoming passion project, Foxcatcher, continues to add solid talent of the most unexpected variety. Next up, Anthony Michael Hall, everyone’s favorite ’80s movie brain (and some people’s favorite Rusty Griswold, though those people are wrong). Show More Summary
Bennett Miller, director of Moneyball, is making another true story sports-related drama – this time Foxcatcher, an Annapurna Pictures production starring Steve Carell as paranoid schizophrenic heir Jon DuPont. DuPont started a training center for wrestlers. Olympic grappler Dave Schultz … Continue reading ?
Director Bennett Miller‘s passion project follow-up to his smash hit Moneyball continues to take shape with the protracted roll-out of his final casting decisions. Deadline Hollywood reports that Sienna Miller is now set to play Nancy...Show More Summary
Another strange true story.
Sienna Miller is the latest name to join the cast of Bennett Miller's Foxcatcher, Deadline reports. She'll join Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo in the true drama. The film is based on the 1996 murder of Olympic wrestler...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Moneyball helmer Bennett Miller is putting together the final casting pieces for Foxcatcher, the Annapurna Pictures-funded drama that stars Steve Carell as paranoid schizophrenic heir Jon DuPont, who created a training center for wrestlers and murdered Olympic grappler Dave Schultz. Show More Summary
When Lionsgate had to pick the director of the Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, the studio had a highbrow shortlist that included Bennett Miller, David Cronenberg, and Stephen Daldry, even if the gig eventually went to I Am Legend helmer Francis Lawrence. For the studio's next bid at a young ... More »
It appears that Francis Lawrence is squeaking ahead of Bennett Miller for the director’s chair on the set The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, according to both The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. It was reported earlier this week that Lawrence (I Am Legend) and Miller (Moneyball) had emerge as the two favorites for the film [...]