Tag Archives: snowpiercer
Deadline’s transparently pro-Weinstein story says the film isn’t being dumped…but it is.
Phew! Hopefully, The Original Director’s Cut Of Snowpiercer Is Going To Be Released In The US After All
Internet, we do have a voice.
Snowpiercer Authors Discuss The American Cut Of The Film And One Scene In Particular That May Be Taken Out – UPDATED
Jean-Marc Rochette and Benjamin Legrand, two of the authors of Le Transperceneige, discuss the butchered version of Snowpiercer.
It looks like Titan Books have the rights to publish an English language version of the graphic novel Le Transperceneige, by Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand and Jean-Marc Rochette, that has been adapted by the South Koreans as the movie being released …
Bong Joon-ho Confirms That The Weinstein Company Will Not Be Releasing His Original Cut Of Snowpiercer
And he’s reportedly “furious” about it.
Tilda Swinton was quoted as saying, “There’s no question that all English speaking audiences deserve to see director Bong’s cut…” I couldn’t agree more.
Listen: Bleeding Cool Make A Guest Appearance On The Masters Of Cinema Podcast For A Discussion Of Harakiri
And a little bit about Snowpiercer and region coding too.
Bong Joon Ho Comments On The Snowpiercer Cuts – “Weinstein Is Actually Being Pretty Soft Toward Editing”
Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, Bong Joon Ho addressed the cuts he’s making to the eagerly-anticipated sci-fi picture Snowpiercer for its international release.
I should preface all of the following by telling you I’ve spoken with some folk who have seen Bong-Joon Ho’s new sci-fi, comic book adaptation, Snowpiercer, and they rate it very, very highly.
Plenty of new material to watch from Bong Joon-Ho’s Snowpiercer. This just makes waiting for it even harder.
This thing is pretty darn star studded. I guess a lot of talent wanted to work with Director Bong, and I understand that completely. He’s an absolute ace.
Bong Joon-Ho is making his English language moviemaking debut with Snowpiercer, an adaptation of the Transperceniege comics. The set up is simple but the stakes are explosive.
Bong Joon-Ho has yet to make a bad film, and I don’t know why he’d start now.
Get ready for an Ice Age.
The director of The Host has adapted the Transperceneige series of comics.
One of the best directors in the world keeps planning new films. Good news!
A Black List script that got hung up in development hell because it’s very, very violent, rescued by Chan-Wook Park.