The pair previously worked together on Signs and The Village.
It’s been over a decade since Joaquin Phoenix and M. Night Shyamalan worked together. Since 2004’s The Village, Phoenix’s stock has risen and risen to the point that he’s one of the most interesting leading men in movies. Show More Summary
Joaquin Phoenix is reuniting with one of his old buddies for his next project. Nope, we're not talking about Paul Thomas Anderson or James Gray. We're talking about M. Night Shyamalan. Variety reports that the two will team up for an untitled film from producer Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, Insidious). Show More Summary
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M. Night Shyamalan seems to be vying for a sort of renaissance, with Wayward Pines earning fairly good reviews and his upcoming film, the low-budget, self-financed The Visit, marking his return to indie horror. Now Deadline reports that Shyamalan is in talks reunite with an old collaborator: Joaquin Phoenix. The... More »
Content note: This piece contains spoilers for Irrational Man.On a sticky 90-degree Sunday afternoon, my mom and I caught a matinee of Irrational Man, the latest Woody Allen movie with Joaquin Phoenix, Emma Stone, and Parker Posey. It should have been a lovely experience. My mom and I have always... Continue reading
It’s been a good year so far for M. Night Shyamalan, or at least a much better year than the last few. His TV series Wayward Pines had a solid audience, and his new film The Visit has drawn rave reviews as it has been previewed throughout the summer. Show More Summary
M. Night Shyamalan—a consistently interesting, often inspired director who’s become something of a cornball punchline because not all of his movies are good—is in negotiations with Joaquin Phoenix for a project that would start shooting this November. Show More Summary
Phoenix previously worked with the director on Signs and The Village, both solid hits for Shyamalan The post Joaquin Phoenix to Reunite with M. Night Shyamalan for Blumhouse Film appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
No plot details have been released for Joaquin Phoenix and M. Night Shyamalan's third movie together.
Are we witnessing the resurgence of M. Night Shyamalan? The famous - and famously inconsistent - writer-producer-director knocked one out of the park on TV with Wayward Pines a few months ago, and has the buzzed-about THE VISIT coming out in a few weeks. Show More Summary
Swing away, Merrill. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. M. Night Shyamalan has had a rollercoaster of a career, that's for sure. He skyrocketed to fame and success and plummeted to being a joke within a few years. Show More Summary
Deadline is reporting that Joaquin Phoenix is in negotiations to reunite with M. Night Shyamalan for a new feature project that will start shooting this November in the director’s hometown of Philadelphia. Phoenix and Shyamalan also worked together previously on Signs in 2002 and The Village in 2004. As with most Shyamalan projects, the logline […]
EXCLUSIVE– Joaquin Phoenix is in negotiations to reunite with M Night Shyamalan for a new feature project that will start shooting this November in the director’s hometown of Philadelphia. The project will also bring Shyamalan back together with Jason Blum, who will produce. Show More Summary
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Could you murder, if it was for a good cause? Woody Allen's movie Irrational Man toys with this question, and whether murder can be justified on existential grounds. Abe Lucas (played by Joaquin Phoenix) is a charismatic and brilliant philosophy professor who is plagued with melancholy. Show More Summary
We all know the late Philip Seymour Hoffman was playing a very thinly veiled L. Ron Hubbard in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master. Less known is the fact that Joaquin Phoenix, following in the fine tradition of Rodney Dangerfield’s Rover Dangerfield and Tim Allen’s The Shaggy Dog, was straight-up playing a dog. Show More Summary
Woody Allen's latest fails to land despite an impressive performance by Joaquin Phoenix.
Joaquin Phoenix had just claimed his first victim of the day, or so it seemed when an angry interviewer emerged from the actor's hotel room.
Sony Classics opened Woody Allen's latest, Irrational Man, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Emma Stone and Parker Posey in New York and L.A. this weekend, outpacing his 2014 feature Magic In The Moonlight, which also starred Stone as well as Colin Firth and Marcia Gay Harden, though his current film bowed in fewer theaters. Show More Summary