Monday, November 30, 2009

Love & other drugs, Source Code, All good things

    Jake Gyllenhaal with a fan on the set of "Love and other drugs" in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway will play Jamie Reidy and Maggie Murdock in "Love and other drugs" (2010).

    James McAvoy and Anne Hathaway in "Becoming Jane" (2007).

    James McAvoy and Gemma Arterton.
    Gemma Arterton will be Prince Dastan's love interest in "Prince of Persia: the sands of time" (2010).

    Anne Hathaway on the set of "Love and other drugs" in Pittsburg.Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway acted out a scene from “Frost/Nixon” to open the Oscar 2009 ceremony.

    "-I was fascinated to hear you talking at this film’s press conference that you don’t own a computer. How does that affect your preparation for a role?
    Sam Rockwell plays James Reston Jr. in "Frost/Nixon" (2008).

    -I could definitely use the benefit of a computer for research. For Frost/Nixon I really could have used some of that. But I read, and I watched the news, and I went to D.C., listened to all the tapes and stuff. But maybe it’s good because my character was existing in the ’70s. I’m thinking about getting one, but I’ve resisted the urge so far. It’s might be too much for me to handle right now. There’s a lot on my plate.
    Sam Rockwell with Duncan Jones shooting "Moon" (2009).

    -Do you think that philosophy informed your character’s relationship with technology in Moon?

    -It’s possible. My relationship with technology and robots comes from all the science-fiction movies that I’ve seen. That is a very grass-roots sort of guy; a very blue-collar guy. But I played a computer genius in Charlie’s Angels. I don’t know. At some point I’m going to have to pick it up."

    "Duncan Jones might be pinned down to the sci-fi genre from Moon on onwards. After being attached to a finger-full of projects since his Sundance launch pad, the helmer has signed onto direct the 2007 Black List script (high on that list and tops on ScriptShadow's recent poll)
    with Jake Gyllenhaal in the running to topline the pic. Originally written by Ben Ripley, Source Code got a revision from Billy Ray (this writer-director has his DNA on tons of screenplays) and it basically looks at an experimental government program set up to investigate a terrorist incident, when a soldier wakes up in the body of an unknown commuter and is forced to live and relive a harrowing train bombing until he can determine who is responsible for it. In short we are looking at Groundhog Day in space". Source:

    "All Good Things" - I mention the pic as a probable selection same time last year, but the film wasn't ready. Kirsten Dunst with Ryan Gosling on the set of "All good things", New York, May 25th 2008.

    "Kirsten Dunst, Ryan Gosling, Frank Langella, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kristen Wiig star in this set in the 80's tale out of NYC. Gosling's character is "the son of a powerful real estate tycoon marries a beautiful working class student, Katie (Dunst). Together they flee the city for idyllic country life in Vermont - only to be lured back by David’s father. Upon their return, Katie goes back to medical school and begins to make a life for herself. But as Katie becomes increasingly independent, David mysteriously turns more violent and controlling." Source:
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