Duncan Jones’ second feature makes the quantum leap into TV.
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There are a lot of choices out there this weekend: SOURCE CODE, INSIDIOUS, RUBBER, SUPER, HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN. And HOP. Of course.
As most of the BAD Team is knee deep in SXSW shenanigans, I thought it would be fitting to spotlight the best poster designs for films playing the 2011 fest.
Duncan Jones’ follow-up to MOON has elements that work, but the script frustrates too often.
In an interview you’ll only read at BAD, Duncan Jones talks about why one of the most promising young directors wanted to make somebody else’s movie. Hint: it was Jake Gyllenhaal.
Duncan Jones isn’t just a director, he’s a hardcore gamer. And he has faith in video game movies. In fact, he thinks WORLD OF WARCRAFT could be the video game movie to finally get it right. How about letting Jones have a crack at it, Sam Raimi?
Duncan Jones’ follow-up to MOON hits the festival circuit as the opening night film at the hip SXSW Film Festival in Austin.
Schedule issues have kept Clint Mansell from scoring Duncan Jones’ follow-up to MOON. Who is the new, delicious sounding composer?
I’ve been eagerly anticipating Duncan Jones’ follow-up to his incredible debut, Moon. That follow-up is getting closer, as Summit has released the trailer for the film, Source Code. It’s about Jake Gyllenhaal going back over and over again to relive the bombing of a passenger train in an effort to find out whodunnit.
Duncan Jones’s follow-up to MOON is SOURCE CODE, which showed up at the American Film Market this week. The film’s basic synopsis has hit the web - beware of possible spoilers, if you’re so inclined to be spoilerphobic.