Netflix enabled Duncan Jones to finally make his passion project, Mute. Now the director is thinking about the future. In a new interview, the filmmaker expressed interest in helming a Western, but also cautions that getting financing for a Western these days isn’t easy. Show More Summary
Fresh from starring in Duncan Jones' sci-fi thriller Mute, Noel Clarke has launched his own TV production company with the backing of British superindie All3Media. Clarke, who has also starred in J.J Abram's Star Trek Into Darkness, has launched Unstoppable Film and TV with actor and producer Jason Maza. Show More Summary
Duncan Jones had previous sci-fi hits with Source Code and Moon, but his latest for Netflix, Mute, is an unequivocal, unwatchable disaster.
While the Warcraft movie wasn't a failure, seeing significant success in China, the film had some serious issues. Now, director Duncan Jones opens up on the difficulty he had making the movie and making everybody happy.
By Christopher Campbell We recommend 12 movies to check out after you watch the new sci-fi films by Alex Garland and Duncan Jones. The article Watch ‘Annihilation’ and ‘Mute,’ Then Watch These Movies appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Duncan Jones has wowed us his whole career with movies like “Moon,” “Source Code,” and “Warcraft,” but his latest is his most ambitious work yet — which might explain why it took over a decade to get made. “Mute” is a futuristic who-done-it set in Berlin starring Alexander Skarsgård as a mute bartender named Leo. Show More Summary
Duncan Jones' second film in his MOON universe is an unfortunate dud. Read more...
Alamy Duncan Jones has had a tumultuous past few years. Coming off the twin successes of 2009’s Moon (headlined by Sam Rockwell) and 2011’s Source Code (led by Jake Gyllenhaal), the 46-year-old director—and son of rock legend David Bowie—moved...Show More Summary
Possible SPOILERS AHEAD for Mute and Moon! Mute, the fourth film by (mostly) talented writer/director Duncan Jones hit Netflix today… and critics aren’t loving it. But, that is beside the point! In Mute, there is a callback to the director’s first film, the highly under-viewed and underrated Moon, featuring an Oscar worthy performance by Sam […]
Duncan Jones’ best films may be his first two, Moon and Source Code, which didn’t quite have the giant budget the director was given for Warcraft (obviously). Now that the director has had a chance to direct another lower-budget sci-fi passion project in Mute, what franchise would he tackle next? Or does Jones want to […]
Warning: The following story contains spoilers for Mute, so stop reading this now, go stream it on Netflix, then come back.
Warcraft and Moon director Duncan Jones' latest movie Mute represents another critical disaster for Netflix.
Writer-director Duncan Jones‘ new movie, Mute, has been a long time coming. “I’ve finally got this boulder up the hill,” he told us with a laugh and a sense of relief. The filmmaker behind Moon, Source Code, and Warcraft originally envisioned...Show More Summary
Jones tells us how Mute connects to Moon, and what his experience on Warcraft taught him The post CS Interview: Duncan Jones Talks Mute, Warcraft and More! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Last October, Netflix announced that it planned to release some 80 movies in 2018. The announcement was met with reactions ranging from skepticism to shock to, most commonly, confusion: the big six studios put out 94 films in 2017 collectively, and Netflix was going to do 80 by itself?But the ... More »
Movie fans are going to see a completely unexpected and unpredictable side of Paul Rudd when Duncan Jones' sci-fi thriller Mute opens on Netflix on February 23.
In 2009, Moon put Duncan Jones on the map as one of the most intriguing and promising new directors working today. His debut gave Jones the opportunity to direct the modestly received, star-studded Source Code and the poorly received, big-budget Warcraft. Show More Summary
Duncan Jones‘ passion project, the sci-fi film Mute, has finally arrived on Netflix – but was it worth the wait? Our Mute review answers that question below. Mute At long last, Duncan Jones’ highly-anticipated Mute has arrived. The Moon...Show More Summary
Duncan Jones has shown himself to be a very capable director of short-story-ish sci-fi in films like Moon and Source Code, but he tests the limits of human patience with Mute, a flabbergasting techno-noir wannabe that follows a silent, wood-whittling Amish lug (Alexander Skarsgård) as he tries to find his missing… Read more...
When Duncan Jones was doing press for his excellent “Moon,” he told me that he already knew what his follow-up would be, a passion project called “Mute,” which he said would be to his first film as “Blade Runner” was to “Alien.” He also mentioned that the film would take place in the same universe as “Moon,” and that he hoped to make it soon. Show More Summary