The first weekend of theatrical releases in 2017 arrives in just a couple days, but since it’s January, we’re still getting rollover from awards season mixed with garbage that doesn’t deserve a release date at any other time. So we’re already looking forward to some of the more exciting movie releases coming this year, and the movies that I’m looking forward to the most range from blockbuster sequels to movies from filmmakers who haven’t delivered a new film in a few years.
After the jump check out Ethan Anderson’s 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2017. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, February 18th, 2016 by Angie Han
Over the course of his career, Aaron Sorkin has put his words in the mouths of some very talented actors, from Michael Fassbender (Steve Jobs) to Jeff Bridges (The Newsroom) to Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network). And now that he’s getting ready to make the leap from writing to directing, he’s got his eye on another world-class thespian. Jessica Chastain is being courted to lead Molly’s Game, based on a true-life story set in the world of high-stakes underground poker. Read More »
Posted on Friday, January 8th, 2016 by Angie Han
Aaron Sorkin is the rare screenwriter whose work is as instantly recognizable as any auteur director’s. Steve Jobs was described as an Aaron Sorkin movie just as often, if not more, as it was a Danny Boyle movie. The distinct rat-a-tat patter of his dialogue has also been heard in films by the likes of David Fincher (The Social Network) and Mike Nichols (Charlie Wilson’s War).
But now Sorkin’s going to go from just writing movies, to directing them. The Oscar-winning scribe is preparing to make his directorial debut with Molly’s Game, based on Molly Bloom‘s memoir about her years running an underground poker ring that catered to the Hollywood elite. Read More »
Aaron Sorkin recently said he was done writing for television, but his feature film writing career isn’t going anywhere. Danny Boyle is prepping to shoot Sorkin’s script about Steve Jobs, based on the biography by Walter Isaacson. And now Sorkin is set to adapt another true-life story to the screen. This time he’ll tackle Molly Bloom‘s memoir Molly’s Game, which describes Bloom’s years running the most elite underground poker game in Los Angeles — and the inevitable FBI takedown of her operation. Read More »