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My Favorite Roger: Collin Souter

Roger's review of "Your Highness." Why did I pick this review? I remember when "Your Highness" came out and feeling my heart sink more and more into total despair with every passing minute. Here was David Gordon Green, my favorite director...Show More Summary

Films With Political Themes Among Those Added to Toronto Lineup

"Our Brand Is Crisis,” directed by David Gordon Green, and “Truth,” directed by James Vanderbilt, are added to the roster.

Jake Gyllenhaal Circling Boston Marathon Bombing Movie ‘Stronger’

Stronger was the third Boston Marathon bombing drama announced in the past year, but it may be on track to beat the competition to the starting line. Earlier this month it found a director in David Gordon Green, and now it’s closing in on Jake Gyllenhaal to lead. Show More Summary

‘Our Brand Is Crisis’ Gets October Launch Date For Warners

Warner Bros has staked out a Halloween weekend release date for Our Brand Is Crisis, the political comedy-drama starring Sandra Bullock and Billy Bob Thornton. David Gordon Green’s film is based on the likewise-titled 2005 documentary...Show More Summary

Watch: Josh Lucas Stars in Off-Beat Indie Comedy 'The Mend' Trailer

"Can we go get ice cream?!" The first trailer has premiered for an indie comedy called The Mend that is being presented in the US by filmmaker David Gordon Green. The film is about two brothers who clash in a "tension filled house" when one returns home to find a bunch of squatters at his apartment. Show More Summary

Newswire: David Gordon Green to direct an upcoming Boston Marathon bombing film

David Gordon Green, a director known for thoughtful independent films like George Washington and All The Real Girls and dumb stoner comedies like Your Highness and Pineapple Express (as well as co-creating Eastbound & Down), has signed on to direct one of several competing projects that will dramatize the bombing of the 2013 Boston Marathon. Show More Summary

David Gordon Green Will Direct ‘Stronger,’ Based on Jeff Bauman’s Account of the Boston Marathon Bombing

Pineapple Express and George Washington director David Gordon Green is now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, directing Stronger, a film about the Boston Marathon Bombing in 2013.  …Read More

David Gordon Green to Direct Boston Marathon Bombing Drama ‘Stronger’

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

The Boston Marathon bombing is officially Hollywood’s new favorite subject. David Gordon Green has just signed on to direct Lionsgate’s Stronger, the third film in development about the 2013 terrorist attack. The other two are Patriot’s...Show More Summary

Hollywood Is Thirsty for Boston Bombing Movies Right Now, Adds Third Film to the List

According to The Hollywood Reporter, David Gordon Green has signed on to direct Stronger, the film adaptation of Boston marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman's memoir. Bauman, who was at the race's finish line to watch his girlfriend, lost both of his legs in the attack; he recalled locking eyes with... More »

David Gordon Green to Direct Boston Marathon Bombing Film Stronger

2 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Tells the true story of Jeff Bauman, who lost both legs and became a key witness in the tragic bombing The post David Gordon Green to Direct Boston Marathon Bombing Film Stronger appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Interview: David Gordon Green, Director of "Manglehorn"

[caption id="attachment_35413" align="alignleft" width="300"] Copyright IFC Films 2015[/caption] David Gordon Green has directed intimate, natural dramas ("George Washington," "All the Real Girls") and wild comedies ("Pineapple Express," "Eastbound and Down"). Show More Summary

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 months 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.

Manglehorn

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."

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