We’ve known since last fall that Alfonso Cuaron was returning to Mexico to shoot his first movie since the visually stunning Gravity, but we didn’t know too much of what it’ll be about. As of today, production on the film, titled Roma, has wrapped, as Cuaron himself announced in a press conference.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the third movie in the beloved magical franchise, but in many ways, it was a film of firsts. It was the first Potter not directed by Chris Columbus (Alfonso Cuaron served as his replacement) and it was also the first Potter released in IMAX. Those are just a couple of the facts featured in the newest episode of You Think You Know Movies!
Alfonso Cuarón has been working in relative secrecy on his follow-up to the much-lauded 2013 sci-fi survival tale Gravity for a little while now. His gestating project has yet to divulge its own title, its cast, or the basic plotline, but what’s...
Leading up to the 15th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone on November 16, we’re looking back on the series and rewatching one movie each week to see how they hold up.
Alfonso Cuarón, the director behind Children of Men and Gravity, is returning to Mexico for a new, untitled project. He will be directing and also writing the film, his first shot in Mexico since 2001’s Y Tu Mamá También.
At the Tribeca Film Festival just last night, Alfonso Cuarón confessed that he laments the decision from his longtime friend and frequent collaborator, master cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, to transition from film to digital photography. He made...
Alfonso Cuarón has taken note of the tides shifting in China’s direction, and he made that much clear with a surprising statement backstage at the inaugural China-U.S. Motion Picture Summit last night. The Hollywood Reporter quotes the Academy Award-winning director of such films as Gravity, Children of Men, and Y Tu Mama Tambien as expressing a desire to shoot a film in Chinese.
This week sees the release of ‘Jupiter Ascending,’ the latest sci-fi adventure from Andy and Lana Wachowski. And while in all likelihood ‘Jupiter Ascending’ will not go down in history as one of the great works of its genre, the occasion of a new sci-fi epic from two of the modern masters of the form seemed like a good time to assess and celebrate the recent highlights of science fiction cinema, which has taken audiences from the furthest reaches of the cosmos to the deepest recesses of the human mind.
You may not be aware of this, but Warner Bros. has been involved in a lawsuit over the screenplay to Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity,’ one of the biggest films of 2013. The film, which took home seven Academy Awards including Best Director for Cuaron, was based on a book by Tess Gerritsen, and although the author had a contract with WB subsidiary New Line, she was never given credit for her story. In a recent lawsuit, a judge dismissed her case against WB, but that isn’t the end of Gerritsen’s fight—a fight which serves to highlight a serious issue for screenwriters.
In space, no one can hear you scream. At least on the 'Gravity' Blu-ray, which will include a "silent space version."