The high-flying drama ‘The Walk’ — currently playing in IMAX theaters — may be thrilling audiences with its depiction of wire walker Philippe Petit’s death-defying stroll between the Twin Towers in 1974. But it’s also making some of them sick. Reports from early screenings indicate that director Robert Zemeckis’ extremely realistic-looking dramatization of the high-wire walk was making some audience members retch with vertigo. ‘The Walk’ isn’t the first movie to leave viewers quaking and queasy.
Even while lost in the forever of space, Matthew McConaughey can geek out with the best of them.
In exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the 'Interstellar,' filmmakers and actor Wes Bentley explain the sophisticated stunt work and physics involved in creating a mindboggling ocean wave scene.
The American Film Institute's annual list of outstanding films normally numbers ten — this year, it breaks with tradition to honor a particularly strong field
Paramount and AMC Theaters announced the Interstellar Unlimited Ticket on Monday, which will give eager fans of Christopher Nolan’s space epic the opportunity to see the movie as often as they want, in any big screen format, at 330 locations nationwide. The price of the ticket varies, from $19.99 to $34.99, depending on where you buy it and is available AMC theater that’s showing Interstellar.
Yahoo Movies asked farmer Gregg Pulver, who grows about twelve hundred acres of corn every year in upstate New York, to comment on the cornfield scenes in Interstellar, Field of Dreams, North by Northwest, and six other starchy films.
Christopher Nolan may be widely regarded as one of the most masterful filmmakers of our time, but he grew up idolizing Luke Skywalker just like you and me. The London-bornInterstellar director, who rose to prominence with films likeThe Dark Knight trilogy and Inception, told us that George Lucas’s 1977 sci-fi game-changerStar Wars was the movie that made him want to get behind the camera. Also a pivotal influence that many critics have already noted: Stanley Kubrick’s2001: A Space Odyssey, which Nolan remembers was re-released when he was young amid the post-Star Wars pandemonium. "My dad took me to see it on the very big screen in Leicester Square.
Ryan Gosling and James Henderson on the set of Gangster Squad Hollywood has always been focused on manufacturing superstars, using the massive machinery of its fantasy factory to push actors (and, sometimes directors) into the spotlight. First up, is James Henderson, an actor who has worked as a stand-in for Hollywood’s leading men since first getting tapped for this task on the set of Steven Spielberg’s A.I. in 2000. In the years since, he has stood in for many of the top actors in the industry, including Brad Pitt, Bradley Cooper, Daniel Craig, Ryan Gosling, Chris Pine, Jude Law, and Chris Pratt.
Jessica Chastain and Anne Hathaway shone on the carpet for the premiere of 'Interstellar' on Oct. 26.
Matthew McConaughey celebrated his American Cinematheque honors as he was meant to: taking swigs of Miller Lite from a special beer bucket at his table. The suds came courtesy of the evening’s host, Jimmy Kimmel, who joined McConaughey’s family members and pals in paying tribute to the 44-year-old actor at the Beverly Hills Hilton on Oct. 21. In addition to performing an excellent rendition of McConaughey’s drawl, she also described the time they and some other friends were on a backwoods vacation.
Matthew McConaughey family and costars were on hand to pay tribute to the star as he received an American Cinematheque tribute.
Big-name directors like Christopher Nolan and J.J. Abrams are throwing their influence into a plan to rescue film stock from the digital deluge.
It’s no huge secret that Mackenzie Foy, seen alongside Matthew McConaughey in our exclusive poster for Interstellar, plays the younger version of Jessica Chastain in the hotly anticipated Christopher Nolan epic. Foy and McConaughey, who play daughter and father, say it all in the poster with their upward glances, earthbound on their rural property: The answer is up there, in the stars.