Review: ‘Damsel’ Is A Western of the Highest Order

There’s a ton of things to say about Damsel, but the less you know the better. Toplined by Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska, Damsel is a Western of the highest order. Skip reviews and just see this movie, but if you must read a bit more, here’s some non-spoiler stuff . . . Directed and … Continue reading Review: ‘Damsel’ Is A Western of the Highest Order

‘Maps To The Stars’ With Julianne Moore Set for 2015 Release

Per Variety, director David Cronenberg's Los Angeles set drama Maps to the Stars, will not hit the U.S. until early 2015. Focus World snagged the U.S. distribution rights to the drama from Entertone One (eOne), and reportedly Focus World has not decided if they will release the movie, which is headlined by Julianne Moore and … Continue reading ‘Maps To The Stars’ With Julianne Moore Set for 2015 Release

Dane DeHaan Brings ‘Life’ To James Dean With Upcoming Film

Today in Los Angeles,  Dane DeHaan sat down with reporters to talk about his latest film Life After Beth, a project that's now available on DirecTV and opens in limited release August 15. A romantic comedy/zombie hybrid, Life After Beth centers on Zach (Dane DeHaan), a lovelorn young man who is heartbroken over the death of his … Continue reading Dane DeHaan Brings ‘Life’ To James Dean With Upcoming Film

Robert Pattinson Has No “Preconceived Plan” With Acting Roles

Thanks to his collaborations with David Cronenberg (Cosmopolis) and now David Michod (The Rover), Robert Pattinson is proving that life after the Twilight project can take an interesting turn. Instead of continuing his forays into studio driven, tentpole type movies, Pattinson has followed his creative heart into more auteur driven features, and with The Rover he gives … Continue reading Robert Pattinson Has No “Preconceived Plan” With Acting Roles

David Cronenberg On “Maps To The Stars” & His Creative Process

David Cronenberg's prodigious and acclaimed career goes all the way back to the 1960s, and the 71-year-old filmmaker has done his share of stellar work. The Fly, Videodrome, The Dead Zone, A History of Violence, and Eastern Promises rank among his finest cinematic forays. His latest project Maps to the Stars is based on an … Continue reading David Cronenberg On “Maps To The Stars” & His Creative Process