Michelle Monaghan (Source Code) is joining modern-day prophet series Messiah, Netflix‘s upcoming ten-episode series co-starring Tyrant‘s Mehdi Dehbi and written by Michael Petroni (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader). Ordered to series in November 2017, Petroni and Mark Burnett (Survivor) are set to executive produce alongside Roma Downey (Touched by an Angel), Andrew Deane […]
Mark Gordon, the producer of Source Code, has gone to ABC Studios and set up a new TV show for CBS that will hang on that film’s basic premise. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear he had a ledger proving how successful Quantum Leap had been as part of his pitch. According to The Hollywood […]
Kate Atherton writes for Bleeding Cool: There’s nothing quite like a premiere of one film for revealing nuggets about the next. At the beginning of the month we reported that David Ayer was raising finance for his next gritty LA cop drama End of Watch with Jake Gyllenhaal attached as lead. During the LA junket […]
Kate Atherton writes for Bleeding Cool: It’s fair to say that audiences and critics alike expect great things from Duncan Jones’ Source Code. That’s what happens when your debut movie is as big a favourite as Moon has become. But the pressure isn’t for Duncan Jones alone as there is hardly a scene in this […]
Are you ready to plug in and spend your first four minutes and twenty nine seconds in the Source Code? There’s an incredible amount of set-up going on there. You’ll be amazed when you see the film in full and realise how many important plot points were laced throughout the opening minutes. This video is […]
Kate Atherton writes for Bleeding Cool: Source Code, the much awaited follow-up to Duncan Jones’ critically acclaimed Moon, premieres tonight. It will open the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas, at 7pm local time and before it we will see Duncan walk the red carpet with stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Monaghan. As well as being […]
Just this evening, Moon and Source Code director Duncan Jones took to Twitter to do a little bit of research: If anyone has a recommendation on the best publishers for graphic novels, (US only, I’m afraid,) let me know. I’m a researchin’. Researchin’ what? The answer lies in a recent interview Jones has given to […]
The last poster for Duncan Jones’ Source Code looked like that bit at the end of Brazil where all the paperwork rains down, just not as good. This one’s a bit more Through The Looking Glass. See the tagline Change the Past, Save the Future? Doesn’t apply. This film is actually in the Twelve Monkeys […]
Kate Atherton writes for Bleeding Cool: Duncan Jones’ highly anticipated second movie Source Code premieres in little more than a week, opening the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas, on 11 March. Clips and trailers have been few and far between but today, thanks to Trailer Addict, there are two new clips: ‘Kiss’ and ‘What would […]
Still looking, good, I think. This second trailer for Duncan Jones’ Source Code is shorter than the first, and takes a slightly different tack in trying to relate a relatively complex plot premise. It also gives away some of the more showy FX stuff. That’s a great cast. Trailer via Moviefone.
Now that Source Code is done, Duncan Jones can start to think full time (or between his marketing and PR duties, at least) about what he might do next. For a while he was driving to make a movie called Mute, a thriller set in a future Berlin and described by Jones himself as having […]
If each of these pictures was worth a thousand words, then this blog entry would have four thousand and fifty five words in it. Those all came from The LA Times‘ 2011 movie preview. They also had a page with some very small pictures on it (two of which I already brought to your attention).
Okay, I have no idea why but the new, UK trailer for Duncan Jones’ Source Code is some 10-15 seconds shorter than the US one. I’m scratching my head as to why. There doesn’t appear to be anything contentious in the missing seconds, and it’s not like this new edit is much smoother or more […]
Alfred Hitchcock and Bernard Herrmann. Tim Burton and Danny Elfman. Sergio Leone and Ennio Morricone. Duncan Jones and Clint Mansell? Notsofast. According Jones, who was speaking to Badass Digest, Mansell can’t score Source Code due to “scheduling” and, instead, Chris Bacon will be taking the role. That’s Chris Bacon, composer for Space Chimps, Alpha and […]
This is small news, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t wonderful. Think of a tiny, tiny diamond that packs plenty of carats. Moon director Duncan Jones has come right out with his big news for the day on Twitter: Have a bloody fantastic bit of Source Code news. Super star Clint Mansell WILL be scoring […]
Comin’ atcha from the mean streets of Oxford* is Wet Dark and Wild, a blog-shaped Jake Gyllenhaal lovefest. I’m 100% unsurprised that this is from where the first image from Duncan Jones’ Source Code has surfaced online. The picture was scanned from the latest issue of Empire. The magazine has a wee mini-feature on the […]