Olivia Wilde flashes a huge smile as she arrives at Spike Jonze’s Changers: A Dance Story on Friday afternoon (September 15) in New York City. The 33-year-old actress went comfy in a yellow T-shirt and jeans as she signed a few autographs for fans as she stepped out. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of [...]
Directed by Natasha Lyonne, the film follows past shorts by Spike Jonze and Carrie Brownstein. What: Natasha Lyonne (Orange Is The New Black) directs a new short film for Kenzo’s new fall-winter 2017 collection. Read Full Story
Spike Jonze is a multi-talented writer, director, and now, a dance show producer. The award-winning director behind such fare as Her and Being John Malkovich tried his hand at creating a “live dance film” for the first time, on the set of The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. Show More Summary
On the heels of winning a Grand Prix at Cannes this summer for the "My Mutant Brain" film, directed by Spike Jonze, Kenzo is back with another stunning piece of work. This time around, the brand tapped Orange is the New Black actress Natasha Lyonne to direct a nearly 15-minute film for the brand's new...
Right now, Spike Jonze, the Oscar-winning filmmaker who is also arguably the greatest music video director who has ever lived, has a theatrical dance piece running in New York. Jonze wrote and directed Changers: A Dance Story, which stars Mia Wasikowska, from the Alice In Wonderland movies, and Lakeith Stanfield, from Atlanta and Get Out.
The Tonight Show got magnitudes cooler last night thanks to a dance performance from Mia Wasikowska and Lakeith Stanfield, shot live by Spike Jonze. Set to music from Run the Jewels, the dance piece is an excerpt from the 30-minute theatrical work Changers: A Dance Story, written and directed by ... More »
DJ Shadow and Run the Jewels’ “Nobody Speak” soundtracks the dance, aired on “Fallon”
The award winning director previewed his latest project live on The Tonight Show.
The two Ace Ventura movies aren’t remembered particularly fondly these days beyond how much fun it is to say “do not go in there” when exiting a room, but 1995's Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls could’ve almost been a bit cooler than what we ended up with. That’s because famously hip dude Spike Jonze made a pitch to… Read more...
Some of our greatest directors get their starts in the most unexpected places. For Spike Jonze, it could have been by directing the sequel to Jim Carrey‘s slapstick comedy classic Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, if fate didn’t have its way. Show More Summary
Here’s the Pre-Spring 2018 collection from Opening Ceremony showcased in an innovative and intimate performance written and directed by Spike Jonze titled “Changers, A Dance Story.” The story explores the evolution of relationships with a narrative told not through words, but through movement and dance. To celebrate this, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim of Opening […]
Natalie Farrey has joined VICE Films as head of film to oversee development and production of all projects coming from VICE Films. She was one of the exec producers on Spike Jonze’s Her and one of the associate producers on Where the...Show More Summary
The trailer for the new season of Vice's hit skateboard series "Epicly Later'd" features Bam Margera, Chad Muska, Spike Jonze, Andy Roy and Andrew Reynolds. The post Bam Margera and others to appear on Vice’s new season of ‘Epicly Later’d’; video appeared first on GrindTV.com.
Spike Jonze's go-to editor, Eric Zumbrunnen, has passed away. He was the editor for several of Jonze's projects, such as Her, Adaptation, and Being John Malkovich.
Eric Zumbrunnen, an ACE Award-winning film editor who worked on several Spike Jonze films including Being John Malkovich and Best Picture Oscar nominee Her, has died. He was 52. His publicist Jason Kaspersky told Deadline that Zumbrunnen...Show More Summary
Throw an inanimate object outside in the pouring rain, cue some sad music, and it's easy to get viewers to feel sorry for that thing. Even when it's something as insignificant as a lamp. Ikea's "Lamp" ad from 2002, created by Crispin Porter + Bogusky and directed by Spike Jonze, did just that in hilariously...
Frank Ocean gave a great performance at Panorama Music Festival last Friday, but the resulting discussion around his set has centered not so much on his music — or the fact that filmmaker Spike Jonze filmed the show — but on the instantly...Show More Summary
The new emotional and unsettling trailer for FilmRise’s Marjorie Prime evokes some Black Mirror vibes and has drawn comparisons to Spike Jonze’s Her. Even so, the film based on the acclaimed Jordan Harrison play stands on its own asShow More Summary
Frank Ocean headlined FYF Fest in Los Angeles last night, and he made sure his performance was one to remember. In addition to bringing out Brad Pitt and having Spike Jonze live filming, Ocean busted out an awesome cover of Nigerian musician Steve Monite's 1984 disco classic "Only You." Watch below.
Spike Jonze's 1994 video for the Beastie Boys banger "Sabotage" is one of the all-time great music videos, a fake opening-credits sequence for a '70s cop show that really should've existed. Follow That Bird, meanwhile, is a 1985 movie about a villainous giant-bird social worker who tries to make Big Bird leave Sesame Street and…