What is Movie News After Dark? It’s a pretty gangsta nightly column of news and notes about the world of entertainment. Not quite as gangsta as the image above, but pretty gangsta nonetheless.
Tonight kicks off with a new image from Breaking Bad. Can you tell that we’re excited to see Walter and Jesse back in action next month? If not, you must not be paying attention. We’re very excited, as it turns out.
The movie blogosphere has been all wrapped up in science over the past week. Over at Pajiba, Kathy Benjamin explores 5 Scientific Ways Watching Movies Effects You. In a similar vein, Time’s Patience Haggin talks about Why Is Scary Music Scary? Here’s The Science. That Jaws theme does some things to me, of that you can be sure.
Vulture has a killer interview with TV’s Best Talker Aaron Sorkin, in which they explore the world of Sorkinism and his new show The Newsroom.
Darren Aronofsky now has Jennifer Connelly in talks for Noah. Is it me, or are there already too many humans and not enough pairs of animals being cast for this movie?
Because he scores everything, Hans Zimmer will score Man of Steel for Zack Snyder and producer Christopher Nolan. Oh right, that’s the reason, he scores everything that involved Christopher Nolan.
This British quad poster for Taken 2 is awesome:
Mike Tyson is going to Broadway. There’s no joke to be made here.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles creator Kevin Eastman is talking about the TMNT reboot and what it has to do with Gareth Evans’ electric martial arts film The Raid. That last part ain’t so bad.
There will soon be an IMAX theater in Azerbaijan. This news is only useful for our readers in Azerbaijan, but we can’t forget them. They’re out there.
Grantland presents Tom Cruise, Paul Giamatti and 10 ways of looking at Rock of Ages.
Night at the Museum magnate Shawn Levy wants to make a post-apocalyptic road-trip rom-com. It’ll be called “Remix of the Dead.” (That’s not true.)
Are movie studios starting to give up on Comic-Con? Didn’t we talk about this last year? And the year before? And the year before?
For those of you who have been following Roger Ebert on Twitter for a while and have long wondered who in the hell Kelly Oxford is, The LA Times has a Kelly Oxford profile that provides a few answers.
Over at Hollywood.com, Brian Salisbury writes all about Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and a New Era of Tall Tales.
How do you survive a horror movie? This new webseries has some thoughts. And some unnerving scream effects.