Fallout from the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault and rape scandal continued, as Amazon Studios announced that it would be severing ties with The Weinstein Company (TWC). In a statement released Friday evening, the streaming service stated that it “no longer plans on moving forward with the David O’Russell Project. As for Matthew Weiner’s The Romanoffs, […]
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As allegations of rape and sexual assault dating back for years continue to mount by the hour against movie executive Harvey Weinstein, Amazon is examining how to part ways with The Weinstein Company (TWC) and how that will impact two upcoming, high-profile series: Matthew Weiner’s (Mad Men) The Romanoffs; and David O.Russell‘s (Three Kings) untitled […]
In a new television ad for the upcoming David O. Russell film, Joy, Jennifer Lawrence plays a stressed out woman living under one roof with her parents, grandmother, kids and ex-husband, but discovers an idea that could fix everything. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-A85lXUCO8[/youtube] Also starring Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper and Virgina Madsen, Joy arrives in theaters on […]
Director David O. Russell and stars Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper — the team that brought us Silver Linings Playbook — reunites for Joy, the story of a woman who fights for her business and picks up the gun. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR-2TiQVY-k[/youtube] It seems Russell has found a stable of actors he likes working […]
The caption at the front suggests this featurette has been played on TV but now, as the last round of voting gets underway for The Oscars, it has been released to YouTube.
He's three for three at the Oscars and seems to have his eye on Emmy next.
Jennifer Lawrence looks poised to steal another movie as the newest TV spot focuses on the film's comedic tone.
It's suddenly got itself a release date, but does that mean we'll be seeing David O. Russell's long-lost Nailed anytime soon?
American Hustle is so my favorite movie of the year. Sure, it doesn’t come out until December 25th, but how could it not end up being just that? Another new trailer for the David O. Russell 1970s set political heist thriller comedy (and probably more genres too) has been released, which focus on each of […]
If there was any doubt that American Hustle is shaping up to be the most fun movie of fall 2013, these posters from the caper-comedy-thriller should put them to rest.
Just kick back and enjoy the hairstyles, fashions, accents and cast. And what a cast it is.
This project keeps reanimating.
Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, Uncle Bob DeNiro and the director of The Fighter. Great, I'll take one.
The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History.
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After a series of stalled development efforts, with both Paradise Lost and Dracula Year Zero run aground in the last couple of years, Dark City and The Crow director Alex Proyas is heading back to a long-time passion project, setting himself to work on an adaptation of Robert A. Heinlein‘s mysterious novel, The Unpleasant Profession […]
It looks like Universal Pictures are taking one step forward and two steps back with their movie adaptation of the Steven Grant and Mataes Santolouco comic series 2 Guns. The project originally had director David O. Russell onboard with Vince Vaughn playing one of the two leads. The original comic was a double-crossing con thriller […]
Paramount have settled on a new director for Uncharted, having parted ways with David O Russell over “creative differences” – which, in this case, meant he didn’t give a damn about the fans of the original video game or what they wanted from its bog screen adaptation, and just wanted to make the best film […]
The more I think about The Fighter, the more I like it. Luckily, it’s now out on DVD and Blu-ray so I can think about it, and take another look at it, as much as I want. We’ve got three DVD copies to give away. The competition is simple. Trust me: this is worth your […]
David O. Russell, now divested of the Uncharted movie, can spread his attentions that little bit thicker. One of his in-development works is an adaptation of The Silver Linings Playbook, Matthew Quick’s novel about a man attempting to reconcile with his wife after leaving a mental institution. The man is likely to be Mark Wahlberg, […]