Joe Wright

‘Black Mirror’ Season 3 Review: A Mixed Bag Of Horror and Hope

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by Erin Whitney October 20, 2016 @ 8:31 AM
Netflix
The brilliance of Black Mirror is how it feels relatable to our present, yet just far enough into the future. Creator Charlie Brooker described that distance best when he said the dark satire is about “the way we might be living in 10 minutes’ time if we’re clumsy.” There’s an emphasis is on the “we” in Black Mirror, a show that isn’t about the evils of technology, but the ways it can fuel the vile and detestable parts of human behavior to harrowing degrees.

Joe Wright’s ‘Darkest Hour’ Has a Release Date and Gary Oldman Has New Co-Stars

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by Emma Stefansky September 6, 2016 @ 5:15 PM
Warner Bros.
The future is looking brighter for Joe Wright fans: After Pan flopped in theaters and was labeled a disaster by critics (one could say it was panned), he directed an upcoming episode of Black Mirror, and how he’s back in the saddle again with Darkest Hour, which has just gotten a release date from Focus Features, along with some new cast members.

Netflix’s ‘Black Mirror’ Adds Malachi Kirby, More to Cast

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 11, 2016 @ 11:37 AM
House of Tomorrow
It’s difficult to say what new Black Mirror episodes might look like, given a Netflix order four times its usual season length, but that hasn’t stopped the Twilight Zone-esque tech anthology from beefing up its talent. Not only did Alice Eve and Bryce Dallas Howard join in February, but now Roots star Malachi Kirby will lead a fiery new parable.

New ‘Pan’ Character Posters Look Exactly How You’d Expect

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by Britt Hayes August 13, 2015 @ 7:31 PM
Warner Bros.
After the previous promotional images and trailers for Joe Wright’s slightly-delayed Pan movie, you probably don’t even need to see these new character posters to have an idea of what they’d look like. But here they are anyway, in all their vibrant, well-lit and detailed glory. And wouldn’t you know it, but Hugh Jackman is still rocking that sick cartoon villain mustache.

‘Pan’ Trailer: Peter Pan Gets the ‘Batman Begins’ Treatment

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by Jacob Hall May 19, 2015 @ 9:54 AM
On the master list of characters who deserve exhausting origin stories that go into every single detail about how they came to be, Peter Pan is somewhere near the very bottom. So we can get all smug and dismissive of the new Pan trailer, which has its fair share or eye-rolling moments, or we can get excited that director Joe Wright has a new film on the horizon and hope for the best.

‘Pan’ Gets Pushed Back to October, Delaying Your Trip to Neverland

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by Britt Hayes April 20, 2015 @ 6:25 PM
Warner Bros.
The trailers and images from Joe Wright’s Pan haven’t exactly inspired confidence in the upcoming prequel/origin story of everyone’s favorite lost boy (sorry, Kiefer Sutherland). Just about the only promising aspect is the involvement of Wright, who has a pretty great track record with previous films like Hanna and Atonement. But now Warner Bros. is giving us a little more time to get excited for the film by pushing the release date back by five months.

‘Pan’ Trailer: Hugh Jackman (and His Hair) Welcomes You to Neverland

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by Britt Hayes April 16, 2015 @ 7:46 PM
Warner Bros.
In case you had forgotten, there’s a new Peter Pan origin story hitting theaters this year, in which Hugh Jackman sports a questionable hair piece and even more questionable facial hair. To remind you, Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for the upcoming Pan, which comes from the beloved Joe Wright, the director of some movies you really enjoy, like Hanna and Atonement.