The reboot of Joel Schumacher’s 1990 thriller Flatliners (directed by Niels Arden Oplev) premieres later this month, and is likely to have an uneventful–and short–run in theaters. Reason being, IT has shown remarkable strength for an R-rated horror movie (and so far is making all the monies) but when you figure in Darren Aronofsky’s mother! (starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier […]
Darren Aronofsky is nothing if not a director who appears resistant to pigeonholing due to the variety of genres he tends to work with (though that he’s not exactly a prolific director may have something to do with it. His last film, Noah, was three years ago; Black Swan was seven) From Requiem To A […]
This is a gorgeous trailer, which visually at times reminded me of Darren Aronofsky (high praise indeed) though I feel reasonably safe in saying that it will play like nothing like Requiem For A Dream, Pi, The Fountain or Noah (in the latter case not a bad thing, considering that it’s quite the slog. I think it has something […]
Oh. My. God (pardon the pun). Darren Aronofsky has recently made a quite profitable film–”Black Swan”–and for some reason feels the need to ruin his one-film profitability streak by making a movie about Noah’s Ark. The last myth-based film, 2010’s “Clash of the Titans” was profitable, but despite being a mediocre film, at least had […]
They say plagiarism is the highest form of flattery, and it doesn’t mean that a film inspired by other(s) can’t be good in its own right too, but if the original source happens to deal more profoundly or be more originaly than the latter one, what is the point in adding another vision? Here is […]
Aint It Cool News has a rumor that Duncan Jones (the director of Moon and Source Code) is taking a meeting at Fox to replace Darren Aronofsky, who opted out of directing Wolverine a few months ago.