Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara star as a couple forever changed by a car accident in the drama 'A Ghost Story.'
Sports heiress-turned-Oscar nominated actress Rooney Mara has chopped the asking price of her celeb-pedigreed mid-century modern in the hills above L.A.’s Bronson Canyon from $3.8 million to just under $3.6 million after nearly three months on the open market. Soon to be seen in the titular role in historical biopic “Mary Magdalene,” the “Carol” star... Read more »
One of the top movies I'm most interested in checking out as soon as possible is the strange love/ghost story called, yeah, A GHOST STORY. The film stars Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck and comes to us from writer-director David Lowery. Show More Summary
It also features Rooney Mara eating an entire pie. by Vince Mancini T here are a lot of art-house movies about grief and grieving, and most of them are bad. A Ghost Story is so much more than that, but to understand what writer/director...Show More Summary
Rooney Mara has eaten pie once in her life. Before shooting A Ghost Story, one of the most acclaimed films of 2017 so far, the actress had never tried the dish before. Her first experience eating a chocolate pie -...
Richard Brody reviews “A Ghost Story,” the new film starring Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck and directed by David Lowery.
One of the most interesting things about being an actor has to be all the interesting things they end up doing in order to play a role. For some, this means performing stunts or playing a unique sport. For others, it apparently means eating foods for the first time.
Don’t be confused by the title of A Ghost Story. I can just imagine the reaction of some unwitting horror-film lovers wandering into a multiplex to see the film on the basis of that title alone. This is measured, minimalist filmmaking to its core, almost making Terrence Malick seem like an action helmer by comparison. Show More Summary
David Lowery's fantasy-romance A Ghost Story starring Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara opened strong in four New York and L.A. theaters over the weekend. The A24 release took in over $108K. New doc City of Ghosts from Oscar-nominee Matthew...Show More Summary
Rooney Mara made headlines this week after she admitted to never eating a bite of pie until filming a scene for her new movie A Ghost Story… and now her sister Kate Mara says she’s never eaten pie! Someone tweeted at Kate asking if she has ever had pie and the actress replied, “Never.” In [...]
If you think an adult human being going 31 years without ever tasting the deliciousness of pie sounds too bizarre to be true, you're wrong. That's why director David Lowery was puzzled when he found out that Rooney Mara never tried pie...Show More Summary
Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara play a young couple, one of whom is dead, in David Lowery’s haunting new film.
Rooney Mara had never eaten pie until filming A Ghost Story last year! The 32-year-old actress played a grieving character who devoured an entire pie during an emotional, stand-out scene in the film. “It was certainly something that popped out at me when I read it, that was one of the things I was really [...]
It has recently come to our attention that Rooney Mara experienced the glory of pie for the first time during the filming of her new movie A Ghost Story. Can we talk about how Rooney Mara HAD NEVER EVER ONCE...
The independent-film world is rife with ghosts, as anyone who has ever listened to a sales agent boast about the number of attendees at his screening could tell you. On a Thursday night in lower Manhattan, however, the concept was taking a more literal form.? The New York mini-studio A24 had established...
We all know Rooney Mara is many things: an actress, “aloof” (her word), a romantic colonic-haver. But we had no idea that she was also a person who never tried pie before the age of 31, at which point she finally ate the dessert for an extremely long pie-related scene in a movie.During an interview ... More »
When she was 31 years old.
Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara headline the unique look at love, loss and eternity The post CS Interview: David Lowery Has A Ghost Story Worth Telling appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Few people knew of the existence of David Lowery’s “A Ghost Story” before it was announced late last year as part of the lineup for January’s Sundance Film Festival. It seemed unusual that the filmmaker’s follow-up to his big-budget Disney reboot “Pete’s Dragon” would be something so secretive...
Pete’s Dragon/Ain’t Them Bodies Saints director David Lowery’s A Ghost Story requires a lot of openness from the audience in order to succeed: an openness to, as many early reactions revealed, watching Rooney Mara eat a pie for five minutes as an uncomfortably sustained and viscerally slow depiction of grief and shock. It then requires the audience to […]