The road to 1982’s classic was a long one. As most of you reading this are well aware, John Carpenter’s The Thing is often referred to as a remake, and that’s because there was a 1951 film titled The Thing from Another World that had much the same general concept. The two films, in actuality, are […]
The title of Nicolas Bailleul’s stunning short film translates roughly to “Even a road of thousand miles begins with a single step,” and does a great job capturing the flavor of Japanese life as it moves deftly between the incredibly varied worlds of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Koyasan.
Although Aquaman is still quite a ways down the road from being released, thanks to a casting call site we may have discovered both a new synopsis and confirmation of an actress to appear in the film. On acting-auditions.org a brief synopsis for the film reads as follows. Show More Summary
Open Road and Survival Pictures' The Promise, the drama starring Oscar Isaac, Charlotte Le Bon and Christian Bale about the Armenian Genocide, will donate all proceeds from the film to various non-profit organizations including Sir Elton...Show More Summary
As director Scott Derrickson regularly pointed out prior to the film's release, Doctor Strange had a very specific influence in the road to its creation.
Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney find the ups and downs of love on the road. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
But is it really a remake of "Rendez-vous" if you close the roads and do it all legally?
88 Films and ITN Distribution nabbed worldwide sales rights to Proportion Productions’ remake of the 1983 video nasty, Unhinged. Melissa and her three American bridesmaids decide to take the English back roads whilst travelling to her wedding in the countryside. On the way, a deadly secret forces the girls to be stranded in the woods. They […]
Stewart says that while the film will be Hugh Jackman's final appearance as Wolverine, he may not be done as Professor X. The post Logan May Not Be The End Of The Road For Patrick Stewart’s Xavier appeared first on CBR.com.
What if there were no Beatles, Eric Clapton or Rolling Stones? The new documentary film, Sidemen - Long Road to Glory successful answers that they may not have existed in their remembered incarnation if it weren’t for the influence of...Show More Summary
If you watch Taboo (or Mad Max: Fury Road for that matter) you know that Tom Hardy can be a man of few words. Flypie Films edited together a brief compilation of some of the many times the badass Brit emitted a grunt in the first five episodes of the awesome FX series.
The road to Best Picture for independent films is usually filled with uncertainty and adversity. Only in hindsight does it seem like some beneficent movie god plotted the course, and that calamities along the way would in retrospect seem like big breaks. Show More Summary
A portrait of the artist on the road. This was the idea behind Chloë Sevigny’s “Carmen,” the short film she directed as part of Miu Miu’s Women’s Tales series. The short debuted Sunday night, luring the likes of Tavi Gevinson, Jeanne Damas, Kate Foley, Zosia Mamet, Chiara Ferragni and Paul Dano...
One November morning during his rookie year, Larry Nance Jr. arrived dutifully at a film session. Nance was sure he was still in New York, but all the clips showed the Miami Heat. “Are we gonna fly there later today?” Nance thought. Nope. The Lakers were already in Miami. It was Tuesday and they...
The Long Way” is a short documentary portrait of Evan Hecox filmed in the desolate back roads and remote beauty of New Mexico and southern Colorado. We meander past desert landscapes, Taos Earthships, The Rio Grande Gorge, lonesome church ruins and Dennis Hopper’s grave as Evan experiences the worlds that inhabit his art. This film […]
The boss from the ‘The Office’ explores a solo career as a wannabe rock star. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
Devotees of David Brent, the foot-in-mouth comic antihero of the original BBC version of "The Office," will watch the quasi-musical road film "David Brent: Life on the Road" no matter what this review has to say about it. But it's still...Show More Summary
In support of his upcoming Netflix original film, David Brent: Life on the Road, which debuts tomorrow on the streaming service, comedian Ricky Gervais visited the set of Hot Ones – where Danny Brown just had an orgasm – to “pits his mild British palate against spicy wings.” Touching on everything from his love of animals, […]
On a spicy episode of the First We Feast series, Hot Ones, Ricky Gervais chatted with host Sean Evans about his career and his mockumentary comedy film, David Brent: Life on the Road, while trying to eat progressively spicy wings. Just in time for the return of David Brent in Life on the Road (February […]
The Brentmeister General returns with guitar and gaffes in tow.