Directed by Ridley Scott, and starring Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem, and Cameron Diaz.
Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem, and Penélope Cruz vs. Cameron Diaz.
Written by Cormac McCarthy.
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It was directed by Ridley Scott, written by Cormac McCarthy, and stars Michael Fassbender.
Sure, there are zombies and militias on The Walking Dead and Revolution, but life is so simple.
Another excuse to stay indoors.
Cormac McCarthy, Michael Fassbender, and maybe Angelina Jolie? What a squad!
"He made me promise he could excise all exclamation points and semicolons, both of which he said have no place in literature.”
Confluence of awesomeness, dead ahead.
He's off Blood Meridian and onto Child of God.
He'd move straight from Prometheus to The Counselor.
There's potential for a Breaking Bad vibe.
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"This is embarrassing. What I think and feel is irrelevant."
This Friday, Cormac McCarthy will auction off the portable Olivetti manual typewriter on which he wrote 'The Road' and other novels.
"It has to do with a brother and sister. When the book opens she's already committed suicide, and it's about how he deals with it."
Bring your family! And a date!
And he liked it!
Absolutely no CGI was used to enhance the grim ugliness of Pittsburgh winter in the upcoming 'Road' movie.
There's only one thing more depressing than a world-destroying apocalypse that turns its survivors into cannibals, and it's seeing a good movie ruined by bad child acting.
Its much-debated ending may have been the key.
He's being replaced by ... Val Kilmer?
Could a confluence of events mean this film is finally getting off the ground?
The Coen brothers seem poised for a return to nihilistic form.
Ryan Gosling Joins Lovely Bones: Ryan Gosling will play the murdered girl's father in Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones, joining the already-cast Rachel Weisz. We're throwing up our hands; Jackson seems determined to make a really good movie and damn the box-office consequences. God bless him.