Horror once again makes a fine showing, even in limited release! That's right, kids. Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan (review here) sent feathers flying this weekend, and as a result it looks as if a wider than anticipated release is just around the corner.
Natalie Portman's Black Swan bows into the theater today, and we can finally see what all the hoopla is about. The film has been getting good reviews everywhere and has even generated some solid Oscar buzz, which we are happy about, particularly for a film that delivers on the creepiness and chill factor.
Film Independent, the non-profit arts organization that produces the Spirit Awards and the Los Angeles Film Festival, announced nominations this morning for the 2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards; and we're pleased to report that the nominees include such genre-friendly names as Darren Aronofsky, Danny Boyle, Daniel Stamm, Eli Roth, Natalie Portman, and Ashley Bell.
This weekend Natalie Portman will be dancing her way into our horror-loving hearts with Black Swan, and we have a clip for you that shows just how light on her feet she is! Look for Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan in theatres on December 3rd from Fox Searchlight Pictures.
Black Swan Video Interview Blow-Out - Darren Aronofsky, Natalie Portman, Barbara Hershey, Mila Kunis, and Vincent Cassel
Looking forward to checking out Black Swan this Friday? Yeah, we are too. To get you in the spirit of things for this year's last major theatrical horror release we've got a battery of video interviews for you guys to dig on! Look for Darren Aronofsky's psychological thriller Black Swan in theatres on December 3rd from Fox Searchlight Pictures.
In a few days a new flick will be dancing its way into the hearts of horror fans everywhere. Want a sample of the soundtrack that features new music from Clint Mansell, The Chemical Brothers, Al Tourettes, Jakes, Kavsrave, Pete Min and Sepalcure (Featuring Angelica Best)? Crank up the sound and turn down the lights. It's time to stroke the Black Swan, baby. Aw, yeah.
Who doesn't want a piece of Natalie Portman's Black Swan? Never has such an innocent title sounded so dirty, and we can't help but let our id run wild. Either way ... More eye candy for you folks! Look for Darren Aronofsky's psychological thriller Black Swan in theatres on December 3rd from Fox Searchlight Pictures.
That's right, kiddies. More goodies have arrived via snail mail for us to share with you via the wonders of photography, this time in support of Natalie Portman's new flick, Black Swan. Dig it!
Fox Searchlight has unveiled the official website for its Black Swan, where you'll find images, clips, cast details, production notes and more. Once you enter the site, be sure to click on the Nina Sayers image for even more surprises.
The viral website for Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan has added three new clips to its checkerboard style assortment of quick glimpses of footage from the film, and if you type the secret word "rothbart" once you get there, you'll see a hidden clip as well.
Now here's some great news to kick off your morning with. Despite reports of disagreements, etc, Ridley Scott's Alien prequel(s) are gaining some serious momentum! As per New York Magazine's Vulture:
The big screen adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has just hit a bit of a bump in the road as the attached director has moved on to other things. Phooey! That's right! We said phooey!
A few different ideas have been bouncing around as to how best to adapt Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Seth Grahame-Smith's zombified version of Jane Austen's classic tale: a feature film or a multi-part TV series? Now that names like Natalie Portman, Richard Kelly, and Lionsgate are attached to the theatrical alternative, it seems to be the obvious choice.
With cameras everywhere nowadays it's getting harder and harder for people to try and keep the lids on their movies. Some new paparazzi pics of Natalie Portman appeared online today on the set of Darren Aronofsky's new film Black Swan and we've got them for you free of the flashing bulbs and shouting camera men.