Not only are Alamo Drafthouse theaters known for being spectacular places to see all sorts of great films from today and years past, but they also allow you to toss back a cold one while watching them. And when Richard Linklater‘s latest film, Everybody Wants Some, debuts at SXSW next week, it will be followed in a few weeks by the movie’s own official beer fro Austin Beerworks.
If there’s one movie that deserves to have its own beer, it’s the spiritual sequel to Dazed and Confused, which brings us a story about college life in 1980. But if you’re not of age to drink, or you just hate beer, there’s also a cool new Mondo poster for the movie that has just been unveiled in conjunction with the forthcoming Richard Linklater gallery show.
Find out where and when you can get the Everybody Wants Some beer and see the Mondo poster for the movie below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, February 18th, 2016 by Angie Han
2002’s The Ring was a genuinely unsettling experience, one that slowly dug itself under your skin and lingered there long after the credits had rolled. But its sequel, 2005’s The Ring Two, was nowhere near as effective. And now its threequel, Rings, seems to be struggling even to get to the theater. Originally slated for a 2015 opening, Rings has just been pushed back again, this time all the way to fall 2016.
Meanwhile, also shuffling up and down the release calendar are Richard Linklater‘s Everybody Wants Some, which will arrive a smidge earlier than anticipated, and an as-yet-untitled Universal Monsters movie, which will drop a tiny bit later. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, February 11th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
Director Richard Linklater is one of Austin, Texas’ favorite sons, so it was not surprising in the slightest when his newest movie, Everybody Wants Some, was selected to open this year’s SXSW Film Festival. Linklater’s work has screened at the fest on several occasions and Linklater himself has put in more than a few memorable appearances. He interviewed fellow Texan Wes Anderson after a screening of The Grand Budapest Hotel a few years ago and it was magnificent.
And that brings us to the news of the moment: Mondo, the Austin-based purveyor of terrific film and pop culture-related posters that sell out way too fast, is dedicating its next gallery show to Linklater and his work.
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Posted on Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015 by Jacob Hall
Few filmmakers have showcased the consistency of Richard Linklater, whose worst movies tend to be significantly more interesting than that best movies from many of his peers. Right now, he’s coming off one of the hottest streaks of his career so far – how exactly does one go about following up the one-two gut-punch of Before Midnight and Boyhood? The answer is simple: return to your roots and make another genial slacker comedy.
The Everybody Wants Some trailer showcases Linklater operating on familiar territory, but this is the kind of turf that has led to gems like Slacker and Dazed and Confused. It’s no accident that this preview name-drops the latter not once, but twice. A period piece hangout movie about a bunch of lovable schmoes going about their daily lives? Directed by Richard Linklater? Yeah, sure. We’re in.
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Posted on Tuesday, November 17th, 2015 by Angie Han
Richard Linklater‘s Everybody Wants Some already has an April 15, 2016 release date locked in thanks to Paramount. But before the film rolls out nationwide, it’s making a quick stop in Linklater’s beloved Austin, Texas. The 1980s-set film has been selected to open the 2016 SXSW Film Festival, which kicks off March 11, 2016. Get more details on the Everybody Wants Some SXSW debut after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, November 12th, 2015 by Angie Han
Richard Linklater‘s plans to direct Jennifer Lawrence in The Rosie Project didn’t pan out, so he’s turning his attention to another literary adaptation that’s been on his to-do list for a while. Linklater is moving forward on Where’d You Go, Bernadette?, with Cate Blanchett now in talks to play the title character. More on the possible Richard Linklater Cate Blanchett project after the jump. Read More »
Earlier this week Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games) dropped out of The Rosie Project. Now Richard Linklater (Boyhood), has followed her lead, leaving the Sony project without a star or director. Learn why Linklater exited The Rosie Project after the jump.
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Posted on Tuesday, October 13th, 2015 by Angie Han
Lots of big directors want to work with Jennifer Lawrence, and who could blame them? She’s a star as beloved by critics as she is by fans, who attracts blockbuster grosses as well as Oscar buzz. But there’s still only one of her to go around, and that means she can’t take every promising gig thrown her way.
As such, Lawrence has just dropped out of The Rosie Project, to be directed by Richard Linklater. But on the bright side, she’s just picked up an untitled film by Darren Aronofsky. Get (a very few) more details on the Jennifer Lawrence Darren Aronofsky movie after the jump. Read More »
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Richard Linklater has already completed his follow-up to Boyhood — when your last feature took over a decade to make, pretty much any other turnaround seems quick. The movie has been called That’s What I’m Talking About, and also referred to as Everybody Wants Some, but the current status pegs it as Untitled Richard Linklater movie.
What we do know about the film is that it follows a young man as he arrives at college, and now the film has an April 2016 release date. In addition, Linklater is the top choice to direct The Rosie Project, which Sony has set up with Jennifer Lawrence set to star. Read More »
Richard Linklater shot his next film earlier this year. Originally called That’s What I’m Talking About — that was the film’s logo, via sales art, above — the movie now reportedly has a new name. (So that sales art is out of date; we’re giving it one last run now.)
Given that Linklater’s films often use contemporary rock tunes as a major part of their makeup, it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise to find that the new title is borrowed from a Van Halen song. We’ve got that info and some reported soundtrack info for the film below. Read More »