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Review: Nightcrawler

– by RON WILKINSON – Having written the screenplay for “The Bourne Legacy” and other hits, Dan Gilroy apparently decided to take the plunge and try his hand at directing. His debut with “Nightcrawler” may be one of the most spectacularly successful first efforts seen for some tim[...]

Two Clips from Nightcrawler

– by ELI COLON – Open Road Films has unveiled the first two clips from Dan Gilroy’s psychological thriller “Nightcrawler,” which stars Jake Gylleenhaal as Lou Bloom, a sociopath who plunges into the depths of filming gruesome footage for local news, and begins pushing the limits be[...]

Nightcrawler: Teaser and Poster

– by ELI COLON – Following its incredible viral teaser (see it HERE), Open Road Films has debuted the first official teaser trailer for writer/director Dan Gilroy’s “Nightcrawler,” and believe me when I say that this is a MUST SEE teaser. This new indie drama stars Jake Gyllenhaal [...]

Nightcrawler: Casting Updates

– by ELI COLON – Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo will star in writer/director Dan Gilroy’s indie thriller “Nightcrawler,” according to Variety. Gyllenhaal will be playing the lead as the story centers on a young freelance journalist who explores L.A. by night while working the crime[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Thor’

– by JOSUE SANCHEZ – Here is the thing, when I first heard they were making a “Thor” movie, I was very apprehensive. So before I discuss the amazing trailer just released for it (and embedded below for your viewing pleasure), I would like to explain to you why I felt that way. There [...]

A First Look at Chris Hemsworth as Thor

– by ADAM POYNTER – Marvel has released the first official picture of Chris Hemsworth in his official Thor wardrobe via Yahoo. Thor isn’t one of Marvel’s best-known characters, but he has had a solid fan base for years and he is now getting the big screen treatment. This film has[...]

About That ‘Thor’ Movie …

– by CAM SMITH – I was never much of a “Thor” enthusiast in my formative years. Though I could appreciate the visual delights and imagination of his elaborately-scaled universe, and the villainous Loki and formidable Absorbing Man, the comic’s heavy emphasis on quasi-Shakespearean [...]





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