Actors Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel will star in a film adaptation project entitled The End of the Tour. The movie script was inspired by the title, Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself: A Road Trip With David Foster Wallace. According to The Wrap, the screenplay was penned by playwright Donald Margulies. Show More Summary
The ‘How I Met Your Mother’ star will play Wallace in the film based on the book ‘Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself: A Road Trip’. News by Dean Fetzer David Foster Wallace committed suicide in 2008, a tragedy on many levels, not least being the loss of one of the fledgling century’s most talented thinkers and writers. Show More Summary
Reviewed by Gordon Sullivan Quote: "I won't pretend that Toad Road is a fun film to sit through."
Open Road Films has released the new trailer for The Nut Job featuring the voice talents of Will Arnett, Brendan Fraser, Liam Neeson, Katherine Heigl, Stephen Lang, Sarah Gadon, and Jeff Dunham. Film is due out in theaters on January … Continue reading ? The post New trailer for ‘The Nut Job’ appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
Comedy actor Jason Segel will be playing writer David Foster Wallace in the upcoming film The End of The Tour. The movie is adapted from the 2010 book, Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself: A Road Trip With David Foster Wallace, by Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky, who traveled with Wallace in 1996. Show More Summary
The film follows David Lipsky's five-day road trip with David Foster Wallace during his Infinite Jest tour. James Ponsoldt is directing this adaptation. [...]
This summer videographer Ari Fararooy shot extensive footage of his solo road trip from Boston to Los Angeles and distilled the adventure (with the addition of whimsical visual effects) into the experimental short film, “Driving Across America By Myself.” submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Something odd about today. Not least the call from the French military saying all arrangements with journalists to film with them here are cancelled until further notice. So we left our hotel for the airport this morning a little after...Show More Summary
THE poets and writers of the so-called Beat generation are apparently endlessly fascinating to film-makers. Among the many films these cool young mavericks have inspired are last year’s “On the Road”, a fictionalised account of the adventures...Show More Summary
(ANCHORAGE, Alaska) — A deadly epidemic had gripped a gold rush town in the impenetrable U.S. territory of Alaska nearly 90 years ago, transfixing the nation. A cure existed, but there was no way to deliver it. There were no roads available, and air supply drops weren’t an option. Show More Summary
How to film some of the least studied forests in the world? "Without roads or helicopters, our only option was to walk."
Having been in production for a long time, it was announced just recently that Mad Max: Fury Road will be seeing a release in the already quite loaded summer of 2015. With filming having begun in the summer of 2012, and additional photography having started up just a few weeks ago, it's been a hard road for Mad Max back to the big screen. Show More Summary
Director George Miller reveals the film is testing very well with audiences. Plus, he teases that Max's famous interceptor makes an appearance. [...]
While I continue to dream that one day Alex Winter will hit up Kickstarter for support of a Freaked sequel, I guess I can settle for him making another documentary about the Internet. Winter, who we’ll always first and foremost think of as Bill S. Show More Summary
If there's one film I can't wait for it's GEORGE MILLER'S MAD MAX: FURY ROAD which will hit the big screen in 3D on May 15 2015 via Warners and Village Roadshow. Now pics of TOM HARDY as the famed loner Mad Max (a role...Show More Summary
Filming Updates: - Now that their assault on downtown is complete, the Fast & Furious 7 base camp has reportedly moved to DeFoor Avenue and Howell Mill Road. (Random rubble break.)… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
THE TRUCK Revs Up For National Release NASHVILLE, TN - November 28, 2013 - Riley Hollow Films has released the second theatrical trailer and a new poster to coincide with the DVD release of their feature length road horror film “The Truck”. Show More Summary
"Deep Web: The Untold Story of Bitcoin and the Silk Road" is a documentary effort raising money on Kickstarter right now to create a film about the notorious digital currency and the anonymous online drug marketplace. The movie aims to tell the story of the Deep Web and the varied content it plays host to. Show More Summary
Anna Lisa Raya is Deputy Editor of AwardsLine. Veteran stage, film and TV actor June Squibb shines as the tart-tongued matriarch Kate Grant in Alexander Payne’s Nebraska. At turns brash and tender—juggling frustrations with her delusional...Show More Summary
Nebraska Dir. Alexander Payne [Paramount Pictures; 2013] by Alex Peterson Rating: Alexander Payne loves to film the shape of cloud formations, houses on hillsides, bent road signs, run down little bars, and just about every other landmark of the vast expanse of America that is the Midwest. Show More Summary