It’s not going to happen.
Schumer showed Lawrence tough love.
Jennifer Lawrence and Darren Aronofsky’s breakup may be for the best
Wait till after Yom Kippur. Trust me.
The first picture from the upcoming Jackie Kennedy biopic ‘Jackie’ was released today and Natalie Portman is both stunning and strikes an eerie resemblance to the most famous First Lady of the 20th century.
2014 saw a couple of big-screen Bible adaptations that were hard to rival in their ambitions — or their controversies.
On paper, filmmaker Darren Aronofsky making a biblical blockbuster seemed inevitable. Hollywood’s obsession with the Bible is well established, and Aronofsky’s movies had steadily been growing in budget and ambition: His 2006 work, “The Fountain,” elegantly played with themes of love and existence unfolding over millennia, and 2010’s “Black Swan” grossed more than $300 million worldwide.
Darren Aronofsky is leading the pack at the box office with ‘Noah.’ But the director has been interested in the story of the flood at least since a poem he wrote in seventh grade.
Are evangelical Christians right to be upset by the way ‘Noah’ portrays the epic story and the liberties it takes with the Bible? You betcha, says Jay Michaelson.