Duncan Jones and Jake Gyllenhaal were…busy or something.
By Jared Jones After a year-long creative dispute with Miramax co-founder Harvey Weinstein — the man Gary Oldman would likely refer to as Hollywood’s H.J.I.C (Head Jew in Charge) —…
More than likely you’re not going to find out you’re a famous pirate or superhero in an alternate reality but wouldn’t you like to at least see what you, version…
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Did I say ‘the bomb explodes’? I meant ‘the DVD comes out’.
Happy Easter from your friends at ‘Hop’.
Here’s a supercut that compiles all your favorite body-switching moments into one convenient video.
In honor of the abundance of horrible films involving virtual reality, I give you Virtual Turds – the nine lamest virtual reality films.
The film’s director and stars break down the complex format.
An intelligent sci-fi with thoughtful themes.
In the first one, star Jake Gyllenhaal goes to Square Town. In the second, he’s walking around Clocksville, USA.
The second trailer for Duncan Jones’s Source Code wastes no time getting to the point. If you like your intrigue sprinkled with cool special effects and Jake Gyllenhaal jumping around on a train, this is your leading source of joy.
‘Source Code’ and ‘Hanna’ marketing departments get all visual up in this piece.
Wunderkind director Duncan Jones is making the most of his downtime, discussing his third feature before the second one, Source Code, has even been released.
Duncan Jones’s second feature, Source Code, will open the 2011 South by Southwest (SXSW if you’re cool) Film Festival in Austin, TX on March 11.
Summit has dropped the trailer for Duncan Jones’s Source Code, and it’s a good ol’ fashioned brain tickler. Jake Gyllenhaal is a Captain who wakes up in the body of another man. He soon finds out that he’s part of a government experiment called the “Source Code,” which enables him to cross over into another man’s identity in the last 8 minutes of his life.
Moon director Duncan Jones will be following up his debut with another sci-fi entry. Source Code stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a soldier investigating a terrorist bombing of a train. Using an experimental technology, Gyllenhaal enters the body of an unknown commuter and must relive the bombing over and over again until he finds who is responsible for the act (Could it be him? What are the twist-ending chances??). Vera Farmiga and Michelle Monaghan have just joined the time-travel mystery. Farmiga will play the communications officer controlling Gyllenhaal and Monaghan will play a love interest he encounters while travelling. Time to come clean a little bit. I originally planned to group the above pictures of the actresses together in the hopes that one thing may lead to another and that they would start to kiss a little bit. Then that baby had to show up and spoil my genius plot. I'll get you for this baby! Just as soon as I can pull my pants back up. (THR)