Dang: HBO just greenlighted MaddAddam, an adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian trilogy of genetic shenanigans/apocalyptic disaster that kicks off with Oryx and Crake. Even better, Darren Aronofsky (last seen drenching Russell Crowe and pissing off evangelicals with Noah) will be executive producer.
Noah is the first of the great Bible epics coming in 2014, and it's probably going to be the weirdest. Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky has created an intense, disturbing reinterpretation of the Old Testament flood story that owes a lot to obscure rabbinical debates and fantasy epics. Get ready to see the Bible…
The Darren Aronofsky movie Noah has some folks upset, apparently? So now all Noah ads will feature a disclaimer? I don't understand anything anymore.
According to "a source" and the keen eyeballs of intrepid web sleuths, Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's tenuous relationship may be doomed. They've been living separately for weeks, thanks to Lamar's apparent substance abuse issues, and now Khloe has reportedly removed "Odom" from her social media profiles. Dun dun…
First, Natalie Portman's dance double Sarah Lane complained about not getting enough credit for her work on Black Swan. Then Benjamin Millepied stepped up to defend Portman's dancing prowess. Then Fox Searchlight did. Now Darren Aronofsky has. All these defenses raise a question: why do we care how much Portman danced?
How did digital artists create the ballet-centric body horror of Black Swan? This neat visual effects featurette showcases the film's many strange changes. It contains massive plot spoilers, so caveat viewer.
- Rumors and quips and news, oh my! Let's start with James Franco and Anne Hathaway.
- Rachel Weisz and director Darren Aronofsky are separating after nine years together.
- Whoa: John Krasinski and Emily Blunt will be heading down the aisle in "about a month"!
Hugh Grant's ex, socialite Jemima Khan, has reportedly been snuggling up to Guy Ritchie, and Madonna is pleased as punch by the fledgling romance.