Fury: Rolling into theaters on November 14, Fury stars Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena, and Jon Bernthal as a World War II tank crew. Pitt plays a sergeant known as “Wardaddy,” described by writer/director David Ayer as a “badass, hard, tough, intense guy,” and those qualities are reflected in two new photos. [People]
Chris Moore, the executive producer of Oscar-winner Good Will Hunting and HBO’s Project Greenlight, is back with a new filmmaking competition series with a twist. The Chair, which Starz has ordered as its first original unscripted series for 10 episodes to air in fall 2014, follows two directors as they take their first feature film to the big screen. The catch: Each director is provided with the exact same… Continue reading Starz orders ‘Project Greenlight’ follow-up ‘The Chair’ — EXCLUSIVE
The Mindy Project is back next week! I repeat: The Mindy Project is back next week!
We’ve been patiently waiting for our Shulman & Associates fix since January, but enough is enough. After the midseason finale fireworks — as Mindy flew back to New York to get Cliff back, Danny grabbed her for a passionate mile-high make-out sesh — it’s a wonder we haven’t combusted from the anticipation. To… Continue reading ‘The Mindy Project’ at PaleyFest: 6 things we learned about that kiss, that dance, and more
The Blair Witch Project was such a phenomenon when it came out that no one really knew how to react to its success. Hollywood wasn’t sure if it could replicate it, which is why you didn’t see it get a new sequel every year. Not even cowriter/director Eduardo Sánchez had any real idea of what a post-Blair Witch career should look like for him.
Sánchez stepped away from the… Continue reading 'Blair Witch Project' Cocreator Eduardo Sánchez Gives Us an Update on the Film's Legacy and a Potential New Sequel
We’re suckers for a great love story, so this short film created by the folks behind the Lost Letter Project caught our attention on Open Culture. A letter from a Lt. Joseph O. Matthews was delivered to Abbi Jacobson’s apartment nearly 70 years after it was sent. The envelope was addressed to Mrs. Joseph O. Matthews, and Jacobson’s imagination started to reel.
The letter appeared to be… Continue reading See a Lost Love Letter from World War II Delivered 70 Years Late in the 'Lost Letter Project'