John Malkovich recently sat down for an, um, interesting interview with Rolling Stone. The movie star and director spoke with the magazine about making the trippy cult classic, "Being John Malkovich," as well as the effect it had onShow More Summary
At the 2013 Toronto Film Festival, director Spike Jonze spoke of John Malkovich's initial reluctance at starring in Jonze's lofty debut, Being John Malkovich. "He said: either the movie's a bomb and it's got... my name in the title, so I'm fucked that way; or it does well and I'm just...
Perhaps inspired by the long time scale filmmaking of Richard Linklater's Boyhood, John Malkovich and Robert Rodriguez have teamed up to make a movie that won't be released until 2115. Why? As a promotion for luxury brand Louis XIII Cognac, which is also aged 100 years. Show More Summary
John Malkovich stars in '100 Years', which is being locked in a vault until the year 2115.
Remy Martin has funded a John Malkovich film that won't be seen for 100 years. It's a classy way to advertise their stupid-expensive 100-year-old Louis XIII Cognac. Directed by Robert Rodriguez (known for From Dusk Till Dawn and giving...Show More Summary
Malkovich reads an offbeat 1973 novel.
Actor John Malkovich, inspired by the amount of time it takes for a bottle of LOUIS XIII Cognac to mature, wrote and starred in 100 Years – The Movie You Will Never See. The Robert Rodriguez directed film tries to envision what 100 years in the future will look like using three different scenarios – […]
Robert Rodriguez and John Malkovich have made a movie that no one currently alive will ever see—and that's just fine by them. The film is called 100 Years, and it was financed by French cognac maker Louis XIII (pronounced "Louie Trez"), whose marketers conceived this unusual, ingenious idea. Show More Summary
So, Robert Rodriguez and John Malkovich made a movie for the Louis XIII cognac company called 100 Years, which is going in a vault until 2115, ergo we’ll only see it when our heads are floating in glass jars on our descendants’ mantels. I am sad the time capsule won’t include pictures of Solange at this Read More...
(Video Link) Here's a radical new definition of "experimental film project." Actor John Malkovich and director Robert Rodriguez are famous today. But in 100 years, they'll almost certainly be forgotten. How will audiences receive them then? We'll have to wait a century to find out. Show More Summary
100 Years is not the most enigmatic of film titles, and it becomes that much more apparent when the limited facts of the film, which stars John Malkovich and is directed by Robert Rodriguez, are known. Specifically, 100 Years gets its title from the fact that the film won’t see a release for a century.... Show More Summary
Or at least not until the next 100 Years...
First Margaret Atwood, now Robert Rodriguez and John Malkovich: the director and actor’s feature 100 Years is being billed as “The Film You’ll Never See.” Filmed this year as part of a promotional stint for Louis XIII Cognac, the delayed-release gimmick comes from the time it takes to properly age the liquor. …Read More
If you thought you have to wait "a long time" to see The Force Awakens, or the Marvel Phase 3 films, you don't know what "waiting for a movie" is. Well, Robert Rodriguez and John Malkovich will tell you.
Say what? Our friends at io9 have written about a movie called 100 Years that stars John Malkovich and Shuya Chang, directed by Robert Rodriguez, set in the future. Yes this is actually one giant marketing gimmick to promote a liquor called Louis XIII Cognac, an ultra-luxury liquor that is aged 100 years. Show More Summary
Director Robert Rodriguez has always been game for experimentation and actor John Malkovich has never shied away from odd projects, but their new collaboration, titled 100 Years, is something else entirely. Although it’s technicallyShow More Summary
Today, in news about cognac, experimental film-making, and/or weirdly high-profile marketing stunts: Robert Rodriguez and John Malkovich have teamed up to create a film that won’t be released to the public for 100 years. The point of the gimmick? To promote Louis XIII cognac, which is apparently aged 100 years before being placed on the market. Show More Summary
Think the secrecy around the biggest Hollywood blockbusters is crazy? They don’t come close to what John Malkovich and Robert Rodriguez are doing. The pair has collaborated for a film that no one will see for 100 years. Literally. Read more...
Bill Hader is set to star in Jesse Andrews's Empress of Serenity, a dramedy inspired by David Foster Wallace’s A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again. Don't quit nerding out just yet — this film has everything: John Malkovich will produce, along with Stephen Chbosky (You may have read his... More »
Listen to the actor read some Plato over remixed instrumentals.