Loving Vincent, about the complicated life and tragic death of Vincent van Gogh, has been in production for more than six years. Not only did the production team meticulously research his life and incorporate his work, his subjects, and around 800 personal letters for the film, but also they created every frame of the movie by hand. It’s not a stretch to say that every frame of this movie is a work of art — because they are! Each of Loving Vincent’s 65,000 frames is itself an oil painting.
On paper, everything about The Incredible Jessica James sounds redundant and cliche. A young New York City transplant living in gentrified Brooklyn struggles to find success in the arts, she’s still not over a recent break-up, then meets and falls for an unlikely guy. We’ve certainly heard this story before, but its a sharp, refreshing sense of humor, and a stellar performance from actress-comedian Jessica Williams that brings Jim Strouse’s Closing Night Film to life.
The cast of God Particle is shaping up to be a great one, and if nothing else, the upcoming sci-fi thriller from Bad Robot and J.J. Abrams will have no shortage of talent. The latest additions to the stellar interstellar lineup include Chris O’Dowd, Zhang Ziyi, Aksel Hennie (who recently starred in another space-centric film — The Martian) and John Ortiz. Let’s just hope God Particle can live up to its ensemble.
Lance Armstrong went from being one of the greatest sports heroes in modern history to its greatest villain. Few human beings have ever turned heel with such cinematic flair, so it makes sense that he’d get his own movie sooner rather than later. The first trailer for The Program looks exactly like you’d expect a sports biopic from director Stephen Frears to look: classy, bold, and full of interesting actors scowling at each other.
Bill Murray often goes out of his way to avoid being cast in movies, so his very presence as the lead role in 'St. Vincent' is enough to get us interested. It helps that the new trailer sells a movie that looks like a white trash version of a Wes Anderson movie and we mean that as a compliment...
Boy, that HBO sure doesn't worry about burning a hole in its original programming slate, does it? In the same year that promises an end to 'True Blood,' 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'The Newsroom,' HBO has officially canceled future seasons of Stephen Merchant's dramedy 'Hello Ladies,' as well as Christopher Guest's 'Family Tree.' Do any of HBO's off-season shows have future seasons ahead?
Nick Frost is back, but not with his Cornetto Trilogy buddies Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg. The 'Cuban Fury' trailer showcases the 'World's End' star and Chris O'Dowd in a 'So You Think You Can Dance'-like salsa battle for the heart of Rashida Jones.
Along with a fresh episode of 'Game of Thrones' and a sneak peek of Steven Soderbergh's forthcoming Liberace biopic 'Behind the Candelabra,' HBO also gave us our first full trailer for acclaimed mockumentarian Christoger Guest's first ongoing TV series 'Family Tree.' The new series from the 'Best in Show' director features 'Girls' and 'This is 40' star Chris O'Dowd in the lead role, along with a n
It's been a banner weekend for HBO, what with three new trailers for 'Game of Thrones' season 3, the 'Girls' season 2 finale and a fresh trailer for 'Veep' season 2, but the pay-cable network isn't done yet. The latest buzzing HBO project to deliver a first look is none other than acclaimed mockumentarian Christopher Guest's new series 'Family Tree,' premiering in May with 'Bridesmaids' and 'Girls