This week “Bullet to the Head” hits the big screen and marks the long awaited return of a singular voice in American film, Walter Hill. His first film since 2002’s marginal prison boxing movie “Undisputed,” Hill is probably best known for his role in Ridley Scott’s “Alien.” Hill produced and co-wrote (with frequent collaborator David Giler) the
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If you watched the Democratic National Convention last night, then you most likely caught this video, which proceeded President Obama’s speech on stage. What you might not have been aware of at the time was that the video, which combed through Obama’s achievements over the past four years, was actually directed by Davis Guggenheim, who brought us An Inconvenient Truth and Waiting for Superman, among others. And if the voice… Continue reading Watch: 'An Inconvenient Truth' Director's Barack Obama DNC Video, Narrated by George Clooney
Even if the contents of his suicide note are revealed to the public, we may never understand why Tony Scott jumped off a bridge on Sunday. There are no clues to be found in the
“ParaNorman” tells the story of Norman Babcock, a horror-movie obsessed outcast who doesn’t fit in with the other kids at school. But what they don’t know is that Norman can communicate with ghosts — and his ability to speak with the undead is the… Continue reading 'ParaNorman' Directors Chris Butler And Sam Fell Talk Zombies And Kids Horror Films
The cast of “To Rome With Love” were walking in a single-file line, until Woody Allen stopped them: “I want to walk behind you, Alec,” he said to his co-star.
At New York’s Park Regency Hotel, Alec Baldwin, Greta Gerwig, Penélope Cruz, Ellen Page, Alessandra Mastronardi and — of course — Woody took to the stage to promote their upcoming comedy, “To Rome With Love.” But it was Allen who did… Continue reading Woody Allen: Nine Tidbits From The Director's 'To Rome With Love' Press Conference