And the MPAA comes out on top once again as Morgan Creek Productions' appeal of the ratings board's R rating for Dream House was denied by the MPAA Appeals Board, who decided that the movie merited the rating because of "some violence."
Finally a pretty nifty one-sheet for Jim Sheridan's Dream House has made its way online, and we have every pixel of it right here for your perusal along with a new summary! Dig it!
Well, that's a little misleading. There aren't any true amenities to be revealed here, but what we do have is the official synopsis for Universal's upcoming thriller, Dream House. Move on in for details.
Yet another image from Jim Sheridan's upcoming thriller Dream House has slipped online, and of course we have it for ya right here complete with inquisitive stares!
It's been a long time coming, but finally the first image from Universal's long delayed Daniel Craig flick Dream House has slid its way online along with an official synopsis! Dig it!
Finally after news of re-shoots and delays because of some chick with a dragon tattoo, Universal has picked a date to open up Jim Sheridan's Dream House to the public. Look for the flick to hit theatres on September 30th, 2011.
Sometimes a bun needs a little more time in the oven. We're totally cool with that, too, as long as it is extra tasty when it's served up for public consumption.
Another addition to the cast of Jim Sheridan's upcoming thriller Dream House has been made, and this one's coming to add a little punk rock flavor to the proceedings.
What would any dream house be without the constant blathering of a teenager? Peaceful, that's what, but in any event a youngster has joined the cast of Jim Sheridan's upcoming thriller Dream House for Universal.
Yet another woman has moved into Jim Sheridan's Dream House joining the previously announced Naomi Watts. Could this lead to a cat fight? In a perfect world, my friends.
For a structure to truly become a Dream House, it usually requires a woman's touch, and oh my, has Jim Sheridan found a woman for his!
In the case of Platinum Dunes' remake of Hitchcock's classic The Birds, you'd think that all the various delays, rewrites, etc., might have the producers reconsidering their plans; but no, it appears to be full steam ahead with the project despite the fact that it recently lost its director, Martin Campbell, to The Green Lantern redux.
Reviewed by Tristan Sinns Starring Naomi Watts, Tim Roth, Michael Pitt, Brady Corbet, Devon Gearhart Directed by Michael Haneke