Greg Mattola


What is Movie News After Dark? It’s a nightly column about movie news that wasn’t big enough to get quality real estate on the home page. Or the stuff that everyone else missed. But you won’t miss it! Because it’s all right here! “I think he has a script ready to start of a new film, a Southern. I think it’s really exciting. It’s another new story and a fresh piece of material that he is channeling at the moment.” That’s Uma Thurman, talking about Quentin Tarantino’s next film.



Sometimes movie rumors are started in odd places. And as Russ over at CHUD points out, sometimes even a non-movie related interview can turn out some interesting news — such as the news that Bill Hader may have spilled on ESPN’s The B.S. Report with Bill Simmons.



Having already seen and reviewed Greg Mattola’s Adventureland at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, I can easily say that there are some naughty bits to this film. And luckily for all of you, the marketing masters over at Miramax have assembled all of those naughty parts and placed them conveniently into the following redband trailer.



Tuesday of this year’s Sundance Film Festival (otherwise known as today) will be forever remembered as the day the 80s made an assault on my critical sensibilities. It all began with Adventureland, a coming of age teen comedy set in the summer of 1987.


Here’s a little Daily Diversion, Sundance style. Since I’m kickin’ it old school — 1987 style — in my Ghostbusters backpack around our Park City condo, I thought I would share a trailer and two clips for the Sundance premiere Adventureland.

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