Tag: Darren Aronofsky
Easily one of the most polarizing movies released this year, mother! is ready to enter your home on blu-ray next month...just in time for the Holidays.
Directors’ trademarks is a series of articles that examines the “signatures” that filmmakers leave behind in their work. In this installment, with the release of Mother!, we’re looking at the trademark style and calling signs of Darren Aronofsky as director.
The first full trailer for Darren Aronofsky's latest film, mother!, has arrived offering a glimpse at the madness we'll be seeing on screen that will leave you intrigued. Come inside to check it out!
We're only a little over a couple weeks away until Darren Aronofsky's Noah is in theaters, and to say the marketing for the film has been scant would be something of an understatement. Case in point, the film has already premiered (to mixed reviews) and it's just now getting a second trailer. Don't get me wrong, the new trailer is awesome and definitely worth checking out!
Sometimes, the world of movie casting can get pretty intense. Unlike writers, directors, or producers, there can be dozens of actors involved in a movie. Because of this, new casting for movies is happening ALL THE TIME. Well we here at TMP try our best to provide you with the biggest and most important casting news, sometimes, there are some smaller ones that slide throgh the cracks. Role Call is here to fix that. Every week, we will take a dive into the world of film casting, from the biggest Hollywood blockbusters to the smallest of indie films. Well most Role Call's will be a round up of all the casting announcements made during the week, we'll sometimes take a break to focus on another realm of casting, from the evolution of an actor to his 5 greatest roles. But no matter what we do, one thing is for sure: the world of movie casting is a big place, and Role Call is here to help you forge your way through it!
This week, we got about a billion new projects for Russell Crowe, a new role for Shia LaBeof, and two literary adaptations for Oscar nominee Viola Davis.
After a lot of talk about adapting the Biblical tale (first in comic form and then to feature film) Darren Aronofsky has found a couple studios willing to take on his script in Paramount and New Regency.
For months, Natalie Portman's Oscar campaign was riding on the fact that not only did she deliver a stunning performance, but did most of her dancing as well. Well, her body double thinks otherwise. And here's my question: Why does it matter anyways?