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Capone sits down with director David Gordon Green to talk MANGLEHORN

Capone sits down with director David Gordon Green to examine the final film in his Texas trilogy, MANGLEHORN Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. Born in Arkansas, schooled in North Carolina, and currently...Show More Summary

Suspiria remake still alive with new director?

Ah, the SUSPIRIA remake. The project that just won't die. You'll recall that, years ago, director David Gordon Green attempted to get this project off the ground - and came very close - before having to shut it down, mostly due to budgetary issues. Show More Summary

‘Suspiria’ Remake Finds New Life

David Gordon Green’s Suspiria remake went dead back in 2013. This past April it was revived again as a television series, although I suspect that will never come into fruition either. But, after all of these years, could the remake have found new life? Green, best known for films like Pineapple Express, Joe and George […]

“Let’s Use That Success to Take the Next Risk”: David Gordon Green on His Odd Career, Directing Legends, and ‘Manglehorn’

For a journalist, there’s nothing worse than a cell phone that craps out in the middle of an interview, and that’s exactly what happened about five minutes into my conversation with David Gordon Green. First he started cutting out, in...Show More Summary

Al Pacino Is a Man Drowning in Regret in Manglehorn

David Gordon Green’s Manglehorn is a character study that starts off pretending to be something else – though I can’t say for sure what that something else is. The character in question is a sad-sack Texas locksmith, played by Al Pacino. He’s got a commodities trader son (Chris Messina) and... More »

The Mary Sue Interview: David Gordon Green Talks Manglehorn

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Pineapple Express and George Washington director David Gordon Green's newest film is a surreal and surprising look at the dangers of holding on to and idolizing the past. During a recent visit to New York, the director spoke to The Mary Sue about putting femininity on a pedestal, working with Pacino, and his one and only foray into acting.


David Gordon Green continues to focus on character studies, as he did with “Prince Avalanche” and “Joe,” but the results this time are decidedly more frustrating than those superior efforts. Just as “Joe” often felt like a vehicle oShow More Summary

Al Pacino and Holly Hunter unlock the tenderness of 'Manglehorn'

Al Pacino follows up his recent, nicely tuned turn in "Danny Collins" with another sensitively rooted performance, playing a lonely locksmith with a tamper-proof heart in director David Gordon Green's "Manglehorn."

Explosions in the Sky to Co-Score David Gordon Green's Manglehorn, Starring Al Pacino

Photo by Munaf Rayani Explosions in the Sky are no strangers to scoring David Gordon Green's films—just two years ago, they collaborated with composer David Wingo (of Ola Podrida) on the score for Green's comedy-drama Prince Avalanche. Show More Summary

Josh Meyers Upped To Series Regular On ‘Red Oaks’

Josh Meyers, who appeared in the pilot episode, has been promoted to series regular in Amazon Studios' comedy Red Oaks, exec produced by Steven Soderbergh and exec produced/directed by David Gordon Green. Set in summer 1985, Red Oaks...Show More Summary

New Trailer for David Gordon Green's MANGLEHORN!

The film focuses on a man (Al Pacino) drowning in regret after losing the love of his life. He has been relatively unsuccessful in maintaining a grip on the few relationships he has left, and is struggling to reconnect with the world...Show More Summary

‘Manglehorn’ Trailer: Al Pacino Wants to Start Fresh

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

David Gordon Green is back this year with Manglehorn, a bittersweet drama about a cranky and lonely dude who starts to realize that maybe he doesn’t have to be so cranky and lonely anymore. Al Pacino plays the title character. WatchShow More Summary

Newswire: David Gordon Green initiates Virginia Gardner into frat-house drama Goat

David Gordon Green is producing a movie about fraternity hazing, which, given Green’s eclectic resume, could mean anything from raucous R-rated comedy to sobering, understated indie drama. This particular project, called Goat, will almost...Show More Summary

Al Pacino is a lovelorn lockpick in this MANGLEHORN trailer!

The film was directed by David Gordon Green. Read the full article on AICN Below is the first trailer for David Gordon Green’s MANGLEHORN, albeit with French subtitles. You’ll quickly realize that either the art above or the trailerShow More Summary

‘Manglehorn’ Trailer: Al Pacino Can’t Quite Get a Hold on His Life

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Al Pacino plays a sort of recluse for David Gordon Green in Manglehorn, and the first trailer is here. Pacino plays a guy struggling with his past and the woman that got away, even as he avoids truly dealing with the aspects of his life that are right in front of him. Show More Summary

First Trailer for David Gordon Green's 'Manglehorn' with Al Pacino

"Not a day goes by where I don't miss you deeply." This isn't anything like Pineapple Express or Your Highness, but it is another unique film from director David Gordon Green. His latest film, aside from Joe, is the drama Manglehorn starring Al Pacino as an aging locksmith in Texas who longs for the lost love of his life. Show More Summary

SXSW '15: Vinyard lays down his thoughts on MANGLEHORN, NAZ AND MAALIK, and LOVE & MERCY!

The three films played at SXSW in Austin this week. Read the full article on AICN MANGLEHORN, dir. David Gordon Green Al Pacino plays a sad sack named A.J. Manglehorn running a small locksmith in Austin. He lives alone with his cat,Show More Summary

We Talk Al Pacino and Manglehorn with David Gordon Green

One of our favorite filmmakers tells us about his latest entry into his unofficial Texas trilogy starring Al Pacino and Holly Hunter. "We Talk Al Pacino and Manglehorn with David Gordon Green" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary

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