Written by Aaron “Walk and Talk” Sorkin.
Fincher wants Michael Bay money.
The Apple Network.
He’s projecting, guys.
What he said.
Sources close to him indicate that Jobs did both walk and talk, so Aaron Sorkin seems like a natural fit.
Sony calls on the master of nerd storytelling.
I’m looking forward to “Chapter 5: The Lohan Years.”
Director Greg Mottola says the writer kept the expletives at a minimum.
He will be playing Sorkin’s standard “Crotchety Senior Executive Who Has Lots of Integrity.”
Two of these actors will walk and talk for Aaron Sorkin, one will go blind and the other will flow ‘Gently Down The Stream’.
You’re going to spend a lot of time on your feet, Emily. Wear comfortable shoes.
Aaron Sorkin is looking for ladies. News ladies, the sexiest kind.
‘More As The Story Develops’…
Sorkin’s new HBO pilot, which will take us behind-the-scenes (the man loves going behind scenes) at a cable news show, will be directed by Mottola (‘Paul’).
Let us wind down our Oscar coverage and pick our favorites for the lesser-cared-about categories so we can turn our attention to more important matters, such as which Oscar gowns to dress our cats in on The Big Night.
Aaron Sorkin is walking and talking his way to 30 Rockefeller Center.
Break out the Steadicam! Aaron Sorkin is returning to television.
It’s about as shocking as Farmville requests flooding your feed. Why do critics hate Andy’s toys?
We’ve got the PDF file of Aaron Sorkin’s script, if you’ve got the will-power to read some of it.
It’s nice to see Todd Phillips and Aaron Sorkin talking trash right to someone’s face. Rather than bitch and moan in an interview and then claim their words were “taken out of context,” the pair took the Writers Guild of America to task in front of the WGA West Coast president, John Wells.
Jesse not happy.
A few weeks ago we showed you the full length trailer for David Fincher's The Social Network and you loved it as much as I did (don't defy, Daddy). Now FirstShowing has dug up what is most likely a one-minute commercial airing on some channel somewhere at some point in time. It replaces Radiohead's "Creep" with Kanye West's new single "Power," you know, for the kids. I watch a buttload of TV and haven't seen it yet, but I still have a slew of "Say Yes to the Dress" episodes sitting on my DVR. Sorry, I can't attend your thing tonight. My Friday is booked.
Check out the spot after the jump…
I hope you like movies about assholes, because Aaron Sorkin is working on one. The famed writer will make his directorial début with The Politician, a film about John Edwards, arguably one of the greatest assholes in American history. The film will chronicle Edwards' meteoric rise as a politician, and his hilarious fall from grace. I can't wait to see the part where Edwards cheats on his cancer ridden wife and accidentally knocks up his idiot, new-age mistress. That part always makes me chuckle. (Empire)