What is Movie News After Dark? It’s a nightly movie news column that, at least for tonight, will divert your attention away from it being a slow news day by using a rousing round-up of visual stimuli. That’s right, we’re busting out infographics!
We begin tonight with one of a few hot-off-the-press photos from Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, featuring the cast. Among them was this shot of dreamy Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace, also dreamy. There’s also some pretty kick-ass science fictiony stuff promised alongside this oozing sexuality.
Because stunt drivers are all the rage now thanks to Ryan Gosling’s toothpick skills, things like this Anatomy of a Stunt Driver infographic are sure to take off. It’s also quite informative. Click it to see the entire thing.
In a recent NY Times essay, famed critic A.O. Scott reminds us that Film is Dead, so what. On a technical level, that’s a growing truth, in which digital is taking over the moviegoing landscape. He also goes on to reminisce a bit about those olden golden days.
Writer extraordinaire Marti Noxon is prepping to re-write Tink, a Tinker Bell centric project starring Elizabeth Banks. She said this to Movies.com in a recent interview. She also told them all about the problems in getting Pride and Prejudice and Zombies moving at a swift pace (get it? Because real zombies are slow).
Speaking of Movies.com. Those rascally… er, rascals.. talked to John Landis about Three Amigos (one of my favorite non-Blues Brothers Landis joints) and other things, including why horror and comedy are alike. They both involve decapitations. That seems obvious to me.
You can now ask J.J. Abrams’ publicistJ.J. Abrams questions on Quora. But lets keep it to Super 8 questions, people, because that one is out on DVD… Today! See how that works?
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