Following the World Premiere at IFFBoston of his latest film, WILLOW CREEK, Bobcat Goldthwait was joined by lead actors Bryce Johnson, Alexie Gilmore to talk about what it was like filming in the forests of Northern California, Bobcat’s belief’s in Bigfoot, and coming of age tween Sasquatch books. Read our review of the film here.
Following the screening of excellent film, The Spectacular Now – Director James Ponsoldt and co-writer Michael Weber had a Q&A with the audience on the opening night of the Independent Film Festival of Boston.
Following the screening of his new film Dark Horse, director/writer Todd Solondz stuck around to answer questions from the audience. He offerred insight into his creative process, shared some great stories about how people react to his films and more! Dark Horse stars Selma Blair, Justin Bartha, and Christopher Walken and will expand to limited release June 8, 2012.
‘The Future’ is Miranda July’s wonderful follow up to ‘Me and You and Everyone Else You Know.’ Following the screening Saturday night at the Brattle Theater in Cambridge, July stuck around to answer some questions from the audience. In this video July talks about how the film transpired, and her own influences for the character of Sophie. Read our review of the film here
It was announced last week that ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ writer and director, Guillermo del Toro would be helming the two-film prequels to Peter Jackson’s enormously successful ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy. Now with that officially out of the way, del Toro is free to talk about the films and it seems that he has already been thinking about his approach.
Check out Entertainment Weekly’s talk with ‘The Dark Knight’ star Christian Bale at ShoWest. In the interview he discusses being Batman, the franchise, Ledger and even sounds jazzed for a 3rd go as the Caped Crusader. The bat-suit must be more comfortable now.
Read the interview with Bale here.
New details have emerged regarding the writing team and the story direction for the upcoming adaptation of 80s television cartoon, ‘G.I. Joe.’ The film’s executive producer, Brian Goldner (who is also the COO of Hasbro), recently spoke with MTV regarding the upcoming feature. You can read it here.
Personally, I couldn’t be more uninterested in this flick. G.I. Joe doesn’t carry the nostalgia for me that Transformers does. I think the fantastical excitement of seeing giant robots coming to life is more interesting than watching a strategic army unit come to life. I suppose it’s because I’ve seen a lot of Van Damme movies in my past and have become desensitized to excitement towards army films. And add to that the uninspiring casting of Dennis Quaid and Marlon Wayans (WTF?!), amongst others, this film could be canned tomorrow and I’ll be no worse for the wear. But I know there are those out there who are interested, so here you go on this slow news day. When’s summer?