One of the most promising young filmmakers out there today, Duncan Jones, hasn’t even released his second film yet but he’s already starting to think about the follow-up. After his phenomenal debut film Moon, Jones is about ready to let us all enter the Source Code on April 15 with Jake Gyllenhaal, Vera Farmiga and Michelle Monaghan. And while there had been much talk (and concept art and script reviews) that would suggest Mute would be Jones’ next film, that doesn’t seem to be the case.

In an interview with We Got This Covered, Jones revealed that Mute is in “limbo” and he wants his next film to be his homage to Blade Runner. “It will be a city based future film,” Jones said. Read what happened to Mute and more about this “city based future film” after the jump. Read More »

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Source Code UK Trailer

Summit Entertainment has released a UK movie trailer for Source Code, the sophomore feature from Moon director Duncan Jones on Heyuguys. The trailer begins much like the previously released domestic release, but varies a bit along the way and features a bunch of different footage along the way.

The script had high praise in industry circles and has a clever premise, basically a mystery thriller set in a ten minute span of time Groundhog Day-style. Jake Gyllenhall plays a soldier who is part of an experimental program to ferret out the origin of a terrorist attack on a train. His psyche is projected into the body of a passenger on the train, and he relives the attack multiple times as he tries to trace it back to the point of origin. Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright are in the cast as well. The Source Code script has had some revisions done by Billy Ray but was originally written by Ben Ripley.

Watch the trailer embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival has announced the opening night film for the 2011 festival. Source Code, the second film from Moon director Duncan Jones, will have its world premiere on March 11, 2011, the opening night of the fest. Read More »

Movie Trailer: Duncan Jones’ ‘Source Code’

Summit Entertainment has released the first movie trailer for Source Code, the sophomore feature from Moon director Duncan Jones. The script had high praise in industry circles and has a clever premise, basically a mystery thriller set in a ten minute span of time Groundhog Day-style. Jake Gyllenhall plays a soldier who is part of an experimental program to ferret out the origin of a terrorist attack on a train. His psyche is projected into the body of a passenger on the train, and he relives the attack multiple times as he tries to trace it back to the point of origin.

Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright are in the cast as well. The Source Code script has had some revisions done by Billy Ray but was originally written by Ben Ripley. Watch the trailer embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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Thanks to the ongoing American Film Market, we’ve got a bit more info about Source Code, the sophomore feature from Moon director Duncan Jones. We should be seeing a trailer within the next couple months, but until then this long, and possibly spoilerish synopsis will have to do. Read More »

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This is my favorite news so far today: Clint Mansell will provide the score for Source Code, the second film from director Duncan Jones. Mansell is the composer who has worked on all of Darren Aronofksy’s films, and whose score for Jones’ debut feature Moon was a tremendous contribution to that film’s atmosphere. Read More »

Cool Stuff: Kevin Tong’s Moon Poster

Kevin Tong’s “redrawn” poster for Duncan JonesMoon will go on sale today (9/9/10) at a random time after 12 pm PST on Kevin Tong’s online store. The poster is screen printed with three colors, one of which is a metallic blue, on 24 x 36 inch white 100 lb cover stock paper. They are all signed and numbered and the edition is 100. The price is $45 each. Shipping costs on this specific poster will be $10 domestic, $15 international. Hit the jump to see more images of the poster.

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