Author Archives: Jeff Sneider
Emma Cline’s debut novel The Girls is back on the market after initially being snapped up by super-producer Scott Rudin. Set in the summer of 1969, the story follows a 14-year-old girl who joins a commune run by charismatic madman Charles Manson.
The guys also weigh in on Daniel Day-Lewis’ surprising decision to retire from acting.
Gravitas Ventures has acquired the low-budget indie comedy, which reminded us of Kevin Smith’s Clerks when I first saw it.
Marti Noxon’s directorial debut co-stars Keanu Reeves as an unconventional doctor, and he’s joined by Carrie Preston, Lili Taylor and Liana Liberato.
He didn’t give a reason, but be grateful for all the wonderful performances he gave us over the years. He’s truly a once-in-a-lifetime talent, and fortunately, it was our lifetime.
Every major actor these days needs to have their own war movie, whether it’s the Ocean’s trio of George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon, or guys like Bradley Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal and Mark Wahlberg.
This time around, Annabelle targets her maker, his wife, a nun, and several girls from a shuttered orphanage. As you might imagine, trouble ensues.
Michael Dougherty is an intriguing choice for this film, and the ensemble cast he has assembled is impressive. Let’s hope the story is worth their efforts.
With no Hangover-sized comedy tickling the world’s funny bone on the big screen, audiences may turn to Netflix for a few laughs.