I was fretting over how to write about James Ponsoldt's The End of the Tour before the film even began. Starring Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg as renowned writer David Foster Wallace and Rolling Stone journalist David Lipsky respectively,...Show More Summary
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James Ponsoldt’s The End Of The Tour is set over the course of five days in 1996, as Rolling Stone writer David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) accompanies the late, great David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) to the last stop of a reading tour to promote his breakthrough novel, Infinite Jest. Show More Summary
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SOMEWHERE on a desolate strip of highway in the frozen Midwest, David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) confesses to his Rolling Stone interviewer (Jesse Eisenberg), “I don’t have a problem with being in Rolling Stone, I just don’t want to...Show More Summary
The End of the Tour Dir. James Ponsoldt [A24; 2015] by 80s Tom Hanks Rating: It’s difficult to review James Ponsoldt’s The End of the Tour, or “That Movie Starring Jason Segel as David Foster Wallace,” without also reviewing other reviews of the film. Show More Summary
As David Foster Wallace, Jason Segel deserves credit his ventriloquism. But any awards attention should go to Jesse Eisenberg, the movie's emotional center. The post The Best Part of End of the Tour Isn’t David Foster Wallace appeared first on WIRED.
Jason Segel gives a performance of enormous compassion and sensitivity as author David Foster Wallace in The End of the Tour. The film is based on the audiotapes of a four-day marathon interview of Wallace by Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky, played by Jesse Eisenberg. Show More Summary
A tale of two Davids: Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) and Foster Wallace (Jason Segel). A certain segment of the reading population simply shouldn't see The End of the Tour: David Foster Wallace diehards, the ones who've read Infinite JestShow More Summary
By 1996, upon the publication of the gargantuan novel Infinite Jest, its author David Foster Wallace was the envy of writers. Touted in exalted ways, praised as brilliant, his work produced an "anxiety of influence" for the literary....Show More Summary
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Genre: Drama Directed By: James Ponsoldt Starring: Jason Segel, Jesse Eisenberg, Anna Chlumsky, Joan Cusack, Mickey Summer, Mamie Gummer, Ron Livingston Written By: Donald Margulies Official Synopsis: THE END OF...
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. In his new movie The End of the Tour, Jason Segel plays the revered, troubled late author David Foster Wallace – a casting choice the media intelligentsia scrutinized like Comic-Con attendees fretting over Ben Affleck playing Batman. Show More Summary
When news broke that Jason Segel would be playing author David Foster Wallace in the film The End of the Tour, there was some disbelief — even from Segel himself. “I asked James Ponsoldt when he offered me the part, ‘Why me?’ Because I'm self-aware, and I know that I'm not... More »
During this week's meeting of the Voice Film Club, Alan Scherstuhl and Stephanie Zacharek of the Village Voice, along with Amy Nicholson of L.A. Weekly, discuss the Marlon Brando documentary Listen to Me Marlon. Our trio of film critics then move to The End of the Tour, the film adaption of...
Capone talks fear and elusive fulfillment with THE END OF THE TOUR STAR Jason Segel Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. People know Jason Segel in very different ways. Probably most know him as a television star. Show More Summary
The actor best known for comedy roles in films like "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" is changing pace with "The End of the Tour," about late author David Foster Wallace, and he's already getting Oscar buzz. He tells Matt Lauer the film is about "how we want to spend our time" and that "I want to do things that make me scared."
Director James Ponsoldt’s new film “The End of the Tour” chronicles five days in 1996 when David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) interviewed famed “Infinite Jest” novelist David Foster Wallace (Jason...