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  • So the S&M-themed 'R100' is meant to be funny?

    So the S&M-themed 'R100' is meant to be funny?
    Like some lunatic hybrid of David Fincher's "The Game" and Takashi Miike's "Audition" reimagined as a comedy, "R100" revolves around a one-year subscription to an S&M service — much like a fruit-of-the-month club, only with a selection of...
  • What about TV is now attracting top directors like Woody Allen, Steven Soderbergh?

    Everyone, it seems, had an opinion about Woody Allen signing a deal recently with Amazon to produce a TV series for its video streaming service. Some praised Amazon for aligning with one of America's most celebrated creative figures. Others worried about...
  • Emily Ratajkowski, the other woman of 'Gone Girl'

    Emily Ratajkowski, the other woman of 'Gone Girl'
    For the big-screen adaptation of Chicago writer Gillian Flynn’s bestselling novel “Gone Girl,” a filmmaker might have hired any random hottie to play Andie, the college-student girlfriend of murder suspect Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck). But...
  • Ben Affleck, David Fincher to reteam for 'Strangers on a Train' remake

    Ben Affleck and David Fincher are reteaming for a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train." On the heels of their box-office hit "Gone Girl," the star and the director will reunite for a film based on the 1951 classic in which two strangers...
  • Will there be a 'Gone Girl' sequel?

    Will there be a 'Gone Girl' sequel?
    ‘Gone’ again? Is Gillian Flynn pondering a sequel to “Gone Girl”? Maybe, she tells the New York Daily News—if stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, and director David Fincher were on board. “We could pick it up and see...
  • 'Gone Girl' on disc, more home video releases

    As we sit in the depths of winter (and what looks like deepening snow), it's a good time to watch movies at home. And there's a big one coming to DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday. Already on digital but making the move to disc is "Gone Girl," director David...
  • Linklater wins Golden Globe for best director for 'Boyhood'

    Richard Linklater has won the Golden Globe for best director for "Boyhood." Linklater made his film over 12 years, shooting a week or so every year with the same cast. Ellar Coltrane, who plays the boy, began the project at seven years old. The film also...
  • More than a hack assault on Sony

    More than a hack assault on Sony
    At the outset, the hacking of internal company records at Sony Pictures Entertainment and the release of the candid and sometimes snarky internal communications of company executives seemed relatively harmless. Embarrassing for the execs, titillating...
  • Kim Dickens joins the cast of 'Walking Dead' spinoff

    Kim Dickens joins the cast of 'Walking Dead' spinoff
    The cast of AMC's spinoff of "The Walking Dead" is slowly taking shape. Now it has a female lead in Kim Dickens. Dickens, who most recently appeared with Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike in David Fincher's film, "Gone Girl" will star alongside Cliff Curtis...
  • Cooperation and creative versatility distinguish winning directors

    Cooperation and creative versatility distinguish winning directors
    A number of recent movies — including some of this year's top awards contenders — revive a decades-old debate about the type of director who shapes the most memorable films. In his famed 1962 essay, "Notes on the Auteur Theory," Andrew...
  • For Gillian Flynn, 'Gone Girl' script began with wrestling a 'monster'

     For Gillian Flynn, 'Gone Girl' script began with wrestling a 'monster'
    My adaptation of "Gone Girl" began with a filthy, nasty amount of cursing. I really outdid myself. The [expletive] book was so [expletive] long and so [expletive] internal and so [expletive] unchronological … and what kind of [expletive] monster...