Page 2: The Wolverine, Moby, The Exorcist, Jaleel White, The Shining, Rich Ross, Pulp Fiction, Michael Emerson, Day & Night, Black Swan
Posted on Friday, February 18th, 2011 by Peter Sciretta
Entertainment Tonight visits the set of Water for Elephants, which stars Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson, and Christoph Waltz.
Darren Aronofsky briefly talks with NBC’s PopcornBiz about why he wants to direct The Wolverine: “I just love working with Hugh Jackman. And I think there’s something to be done in that world that hasn’t been done yet. I’m also excited to do something that everyone wants to make, as opposed to being the only person that wants to make the film at the beginning.”
Today’s t-shirt of the day on TeeFury is a Pulp Fiction-inspired design “Le Royale”. Available today only, and only $10 plus shipping.
Moby talks with Rotten Tomatoes about his five favorite movies: Inland Empire, Fireworks, Man Facing Southeast, Dead Man Walking and Them!
[Inland Empire] plays with a lot of narrative conventions but then disposes with them. It made of lot of more traditional filmmaking seem sort of adolescent to me. And I might be alone in my opinion, but I think it’s the best movie David Lynch has ever made.
Thompson on Hollywood has a video featurette showing how Pixar made the Academy Award-nominated short film Day & Night.
Kimberly Peirce will direct The Knife, a drama for Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment about the true story of “a South Central gang member who became a paid FBI informant.” [fleming]
Dan Luvisi has created this piece inspired by Black Swan. (submitted by /Film reader Mattias A)
David Giuntoli (MTV’s Turn the Beat Around) will star in NBC’s drama pilot Grimm. [deadline]
Here is the NSFW teaser trailer for the Australian documentary, Shut Up Little Man, which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. [filmstage]
On Sunday, Comcast will launch a 24-Hour 3D television channel called Xfinity 3D. [wrap]
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