Back in 2008, Casey Affleck teamed with his then-brother-in-law Joaquin Phoenix to film the experimental mockumentary I'm Still Here. The film was controversial at the time of its release due to Phoenix's Andy Kaufman-like immersionShow More Summary
Plus, Joaquin Phoenix and Gus van Sant find a potential reunion project. The post Film Bits: New Prince Documentary in the Works; Netflix Unveils Download Option appeared first on Glide Magazine.
When Joaquin Phoenix appeared onscreen in one of the lead roles of Gus Van Sant’s 1995 film To Die For, he was still widely deemed a lesser Phoenix. He only had a handful of supporting roles under his belt, and the world was still mourning the death and lost potential of his brother River two years earlier. Show More Summary
Two decades after TO DIE FOR, Joaquin Phoenix and Gus Van Sant are getting the band back together. Read more...
Phoenix will play the famous quadriplegic cartoonist The post Joaquin Phoenix and Gus Van Sant Reteam for John Callahan Biopic appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The two will tackle John Callahan's autobiography, Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot.
Joaquin Phoenix and Gus Van Sant are re-teaming after 21 years for a biopic that is just perfect for the two of them.
Way back in 1995, Joaquin Phoenix gave a star-making performance in Gus Van Sant’s dark comedy To Die For. Now, according to Variety, it looks like a quick 21 years later the two will come together again for Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot, an adaptation of cartoonist ... More »
After Matt Damon — plus other celebs like Joaquin Phoenix and Minnie Driver — made a PSA to help rescue thousands of dogs from China’s dog meat trade, a shocking… READ ON
Did you know that Joaquin Phoenix almost got the part of Stephen Strange in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe? That bombshell and more in CineFix’s trivia video about Doctor Strange. Also, we’ve seen it, and think it’s good enough you’ll want to see it on the big screen.
Shia LaBeouf has been living his life like he’s Joaquin Phoenix in 2009 a.k.a. a weird, artistic, drunken mess who might be really talented or might be a mega cunt, who knows?! Aside from pulling off a ton of weird art projects and hosting...Show More Summary
In 8mm, Joaquin Phoenix warned that "There's things you'll see that you can't unsee. They get in your head and they stay there." It's a warning that it seems would be quite fitting to be placed at the head of director Jim Hosking's film THE GREASY STRANGLER. Show More Summary
Joaquin Phoenix shoots some scenes for his upcoming movie You Were Never Really Here on Thursday (August 18) in Brooklyn’s Bay Ridge area in New York City. The 41-year-old actor sported a disheveled look – including a bloody beard, long hair, and dirty clothes – while on set. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of [...]
EXCLUSIVE: Tahar Rahim is in talks to play Judas Iscariot in Garth Davis’ Mary Magdalene opposite Rooney Mara in the lead role and Joaquin Phoenix as Jesus Christ. As Deadline previously reported, Chiwetel Ejiofor is also in talks to...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Chiwetel Ejiofor is in talks to board the cast of Garth Davis’ Mary Magadalene, opposite Rooney Mara in the lead role and Joaquin Phoenix as Jesus Christ. Ejiofor will play Peter, one of Jesus’ 12 apostles and his lead disciple. According...Show More Summary
The longer you look, the better the effect. Joaquin Phoenix Forehead
Matt Damon, Joaquin Phoenix, Kate Mara, Rooney Mara, and one of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Lisa Vanderpump, have joined hands with animal rights activists in the U.S. and China to stop the notorious Yulin festival. Also known as the Yulin Dog Meat Festival, this year’s event started last week. Show More Summary
Joaquin Phoenix, James Cromwell, and Moby: men who, a casual search for "celebrity vegans" suggests, abstain from animal products altogether. And men who, presumably, are thrilled that Stella McCartney, known for her staunch animal-rights principles, is entering the realm of dude design. Per an official announcement today from the company, ... More »
SpaceCamp could have been one of the big movies of 1986. Released June 6, 1986, the film had a solid cast (Kate Capshaw, Lea Thompson, Kelly Preston, Joaquin Phoenix, Tate Donovan, Tom Skerritt). It was inspired by the real-life Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama - a facility that …
(PG-13: Language, Gross) h3h3 Productions highlights what has to be one of the longest running method acting shticks in the world. Ryan Jaunzemitz makes Joaquin Phoenix look like Jack McBrayer. Remember folks: “It’s the climb, Miley Cyrus.”