Being John Malkovich, Rounders edition
“I don’t feel like I’ve got that cachet that I had at a certain point [after those three films]. I see people seizing the moment when they have the same kind of explosion that I had, and I just didn’t do it. I didn’t know how to do it – I didn’t want to do […]
Can someone, anyone, give Charlie Kaufman a hug? The critically adored, four-time Oscar-nominated screenwriter and director — best known for writing Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, as well...Show More Summary
Summit Entertainment has released a new poster for their upcoming oil rig disaster film DEEPWATER HORIZON, starring Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, John Malkovich, Gina Rodriguez, Dylan O’Brien and Kate Hudson. Peter Berg directed the film...Show More Summary
San Diego Comic-Con is right around the corner, and the cast for the upcoming Comic-Con-inspired heist comedy Supercon is shaping up. According to /FILM, John Malkovich has jumped on board the project from Zak Knuston, whose previous credits include a handful of Kevin Smith specials and a couple Marvel specials. Show More Summary
We’re just a couple weeks away from the madness at San Diego Comic Con kicking off, and we’ll have plenty of coverage of all your favorite television shows and upcoming movies for you to check out from July 20th-24th. In the meantime,...Show More Summary
John Malkovich has signed on for an unspecified role in Supercon, following a group of washed up TV stars who plan a huge heist during Comic-Con.
Hot off of his film that won't arrive in theaters for a little under a hundred years (that he acted in and also wrote), John Malkovich seems to be down for anything. Next up on his docket appears to be the heist comedy Supercon, opposite Maggie Grace, Mike Epps, Russell Peters and more.
Mike Epps is also starring in the feature, now filming in New Orleans The post John Malkovich Boards Comic-Con Heist Comedy Supercon appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
It's okay, he'll be with Maggie Grace, Mike Epps, and Clancy Brown.
John Malkovich will play a washed up star planning to rob a comic-con in SUPERCON.
It’s a bad week for new releases, but a great week for old ones. This week, film critics Tim Grierson and Will Leitch grudgingly watch Warcraft, a blockbuster summer movie based on the popular video game World of Warcraft. “Every creative...Show More Summary
Glenn Close claims she recently saw John Malkovich’s penis, according to Page Six. It appears that her Dangerous Liaisons co-star showed way too much skin while staying at Close’s home in Westchester. Glenn Close & John Malkovich – The...Show More Summary
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography announces the upcoming exhibition Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters, a photographic collaboration between Chicago photographer Sandro Miller and actor John Malkovich. Show More Summary
It’s one of the most riveting stories of our generation, and Lionsgate just dropped the official trailer for “Deepwater Horizon.” Starring Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, John Malkovich, Dylan O’Brien, Kate Hudson and Gina Rodriguez, the...Show More Summary
Summit Entertainment has released a brand new full trailer for their upcoming oil rig disaster film DEEPWATER HORIZON, starring Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, John Malkovich, Gina Rodriguez, Dylan O’Brien and Kate Hudson. Peter Berg directed...Show More Summary
In Charlie Kaufman/Spike Jones’ Being John Malkovich, sad non-celebrities are given the opportunity to go inside the mind of a somewhat random celebrity — John Malkovich — and “see what he sees, feel what he feels.” The experience exhilarates people who get to, for example, be present inside John Malkovich as he selects new towels from a catalog […]
Writer/director Oliver Thompson’s feature debut, “Welcome to Happiness,” a magical story of grief, fate and emotional healing, could be described as an earnest yet whimsical take on Spike Jonze’s “Being John Malkovich,” with an aesthetic heavily inspired by the stylized, fantastical oeuvre of Jean-Pierre...
“If you’re going to pay homage and re-create an iconic image,” Sandro Miller is saying, in his warm Chicago accent, “you’d better nail it. Why would you touch it if you wouldn’t do it to perfection?” And oh lord, did he sweat the details when it came to “Homage: Malkovich ... More »
John Malkovich is starring in a movie that no one will see for 100 years—or a teaser that promotes a very expensive cognac. According to the Cannes Film Festival and a teaser released last year, Robert Rodriguez has directed Malkovich in the film 100 Years: The Movie You Will...