Iconic Interview has a new interview with Garret. In it, he talks about everything from Deadwood and The Sarah Connor Chronicles to Any Day Now and Twelve Years a Slave. Snippets below, and you can read the whole article at the link.
On Raising Hope:
Iconic Interview: Raising Hope is really idiosyncratic and I can’t think of [...]
Another round of congrats to Rian Johnson and everyone who worked on Looper! It snagged a nomination for the Nebula Award for best film, and four nominations for this year’s Saturn Awards.
Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation
The Avengers, Joss Whedon (director) and Joss Whedon and Zak Penn (writers), (Marvel/Disney)
Beasts of the Southern Wild, Benh [...]
Just a heads-up for anyone who hasn’t seen the film yet: Talhotblond is out on DVD today. You can get it on Amazon.
Looper was released on DVD and Blu-ray in the U.S. on Dec. 31, and will be out in the UK on January 28: Region 2 DVD, Region 2 Blu-ray.
Here are a few previews [...]
Congrats to all!
For the complete list of winners, see Zap2it.com.
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SF Gate has a new interview with Garret. Hit the link for the full article.
Actor Garret Dillahunt became known as a sitcom guy when he was starting out. He acted in so many pilots that he had trouble getting work in dramas. Then he became the drama guy, breaking through in such things as [...]
Looper screenplay is available for download
Christmas episode of The Thrilling Adventure Hour recorded a year ago has finally been posted at Nerdist.com
There will be a special screening of Any Day Now in Washington, D.C. on December 12 – RSVP at the link
And it’s also in NBR’s top 10 films of the year! Big congrats to Rian Johnson!
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A new interview from earlier today (I think):
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The pic below is from the October issue of American Cinematographer, which has a couple of nice, long articles about both Looper and Killing Them Softly (out Nov. 30).
And here is the animated trailer:
If you’re in Toronto, you can catch Looper tomorrow at 6:30 pm at the Visa Screening Room (Elgin Theatre) and 8 pm at the Roy Thomson Hall. It’s the opening film of this year’s Toronto Film Festival. Tickets and more info at TIFF.net.
If not, the movie opens worldwide about three weeks from now, so check [...]