Aaron Sorkin makes his feature-film directorial debut with Molly’s Game, based on the memoir of a super-high-stakes poker impresario named Molly Bloom. Don’t expect lengthy, searching pauses for Sorkin’s camera to explore the milieu. He doesn’t trust pauses — he’s probably afraid he’ll lose us if he takes his foot off the gas. ... More »
He's Hollywood's most celebrated and highest-paid screenwriter, known for razor-sharp dialogue in his TV series The West Wing and films such as The Social Network. Now Aaron Sorkin has directed a film for the first time.
Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming film, Molly’s Game, is set to hit theaters later this month, and while we’ve had a couple of trailers, we have yet to have a look inside the the story behind the story. STX Entertainment rectifies that with a brand new featurette. In it, we get to see the talent behind of […]
This week marks the 25th anniversary of the release of "A Few Good Men." Landing in theaters on December 13, 1992, the military courtroom drama became director Rob Reiner's biggest hit, put future Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin on the map...Show More Summary
“Lady Bird” just broke a Rotten Tomatoes rating record.Not since 2010’s “Toy Story 3” has a film earned 100 percent positive reviews from critics on the film review site. (Rotten Tomatoes) Aaron Sorkin would like Sterling K. Brown as...Show More Summary
Sorkin suggested that the president is suffering from an "observable psychiatric disorder."
The West Wing ran on NBC for seven seasons from 1999-2006. The political drama was created by one of the more sought after writers in Hollywood, Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network, Moneyball, A Few Good Men). Sorkin’s directorial debut, Molly’s Game, a film he also wrote the screenplay for, is set for release […]
It's been 11 years since The West Wing concluded its seven-season run but it seems that there's hope for a revival of the award-winning drama, especially considering today's political scene. Series creator Aaron Sorkin, who remains open about the reboot, even revealed his dream cast, which included This Is Us actor Sterling K. Brown as president.
Aaron Sorkin has an idea for President Bartlet’s successor.
And he's already picked the next President! Read more...
Aaron Sorkin recently revealed a possible plan to revive The West Wing for the modern era, and we cannot get enough of it.
Never has America needed the leadership of an attractive, levelheaded, objectively perfect human more than the present, and Aaron Sorkin knows just the man for the job. Speaking to THR about how he’d plot a West Wing reboot, for which he says he has a standing offer at NBC, this ... More »
Rumors about a reboot of The West Wing have been swirling for years, and now we know what that show might just look like. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, creator Aaron Sorkin revealed his ideal premise for a new West Wing series: "Sterling K. Show More Summary
The new movie Molly’s Game from STXfilms kicked off Deadline’s 7th annual The Contenders event celebrating the launch of the movie-awards season. Aaron Sorkin makes his directorial debut with the script which he wrote, and it stars Jessica...Show More Summary
The American Film Institute has chosen Aaron Sorkin’s Molly’s Game, starring Jessica Chastain, as its closing night gala screening on Nov. 16, replacing the Kevin Spacey-starrer All the Money in the World. “Aaron Sorkin is an American...Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin refused to script a crude sex scene for Nicole Kidman.
The 'Molly's Game' director and co-writer says a director once asked him to 'write down what I’d like to see Nicole do.'
Amid all the movies that distinguished themselves at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, perhaps no movie did so with words more than “Molly’s Game.” The film is a motormouth-y throwback, the kind that in the age of images and spectacle grooves to what movies once grooved to: well-crafted...
Who exactly is Molly Bloom and what is her game? In the new trailer for Molly’s Game, Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, her defense lawyer is only beginning to scratch the surface. Sorkin, the award-winning writer behind The West Wing...Show More Summary