David R. Ellis, the director of 2006′s “Snakes on a Plane,” has passed away at the age of 60.
Deadline confirmed that the director died in South Africa, during pre-production of “Kite,” on Monday. The cause of death is unknown.
Before becoming a filmmaker, Ellis got his start as a stuntman on such flicks as “Smokey and the Bandit II,” “Rocky III” and “Lethal Weapon.” In the mid-80s he made the transition… Continue reading 'Snakes On A Plane' Director Dead: David R. Ellis Dies At 60
During Sunday’s Meet the Press, David Gregory held up what he described as a 30-round magazine of ammunition as part of an interview with the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre. The Washington Metropolitan Police Department is investigating whether Gregory and NBC violated D.C. gun laws during the segment.
Possessing a large capacity ammunition device is illegal in D.C., if… Continue reading David Gregory under investigation for violating D.C. gun laws on ‘Meet the Press’
Not Fade Away
A group of 1960s suburban youths start a rock band much to the chagrin of their parents in this musical drama from The Sopran… Read More
To get you excited for “Not Fade Away,” we don’t need to say anything more than “Because it’s David Chase.” But this is the season of giving, and Moviefone has an exclusive look at the eagerly-anticipated rock… Continue reading 'Not Fade Away' Clip: A Garage Band Rocks Out In David Chase's New Film (VIDEO)