Posts by Dan Einav

The Eyes of My Mother

By Dan Einav

There’s a twisted Freudian logic behind this maternal horror from Nicolas Pesce.

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Is this the Coen brothers’ most underrated movie?

By Dan Einav

The Man Who Wasn’t There is a film without levity, hope or redemption – and it’s one of the directors’ very best.

Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge set for Han Solo spin-off movie

By Dan Einav

The British writer and actor is in talks for Phil Lord and Christopher Miller’s Star Wars origin story.

Elisabeth Moss is starring in Ruben Östlund’s first English-language feature

By Dan Einav

The Square is expected to premiere at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

Kristin Scott Thomas set to make directorial debut with The Sea Change

By Dan Einav

She’s adapting Elizabeth Jane Howard’s romantic drama novel.

This amazing supercut shows every day in Groundhog Day simultaneously

By Dan Einav

Watch the classic Bill Murray comedy as you’ve never seen it before.

Leonardo DiCaprio set to play the ‘Italian Sherlock Holmes’

By Dan Einav

The actor will also serve as producer on an adaptation of the Mafia thriller ‘The Black Hand’.

Denis Villeneuve is directing a remake of David Lynch’s Dune

By Dan Einav

The Arrival and Blade Runner 2049 director is working on a remake of Frank Herbert’s hard SF epic.

Could the next La La Land already be on the way?

By Dan Einav

Off the back of Damien Chazelle’s smash hit, Max Minghella is directing a Cinderella inspired musical.

Take a 360° video tour of There Will Be Blood live in concert

By Dan Einav

Watch Jonny Greenwood’s atmospheric score come to life.

10 films Donald Trump should screen in the White House

By Dan Einav

Following a recent Finding Dory screening, we’ve got some more viewing suggestions for the President.

Is The Age of Innocence Martin Scorsese’s most violent film?

By Dan Einav

The director’s 1993 period drama is just as devastating as the likes of Taxi Driver and Goodfellas.

Richard Kelly says he wants to make a Donnie Darko sequel

By Dan Einav

The director apparently has unfinished business with his cult favourite from 2001.

Michelle Williams is being lined up for Jonah Hill’s directorial debut

By Dan Einav

The Manchester by the Sea star is in talks for coming-of-ager Mid ’90s.

Which movie would you most like to play as a video game?

By Dan Einav

Apocalypse Now: The Game is coming to a console near you...

The White King

By Dan Einav

Another dystopian sci-fi novel gets the big screen treatment with the help of Agyness Deyn and Jonathan Pryce.

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Daisy Ridley set for World War Two movie A Woman of No Importance

By Dan Einav

The Star Wars actor will reportedly play an Allied spy in the upcoming espionage thriller.

Pablo Larraín’s Neruda gets a magical new trailer

By Dan Einav

The Jackie director returns to his cultural roots with a biography of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.

What can we expect from Kristen Stewart’s directorial debut?

By Dan Einav

The Certain Women and Personal Shopper star has described her short film Come Swim as ‘masochistic’.

Watch Anne Hathaway control a Kaiju in the Colossal trailer

By Dan Einav

The actor flexes her comedic muscles in Nacho Vigalando’s upcoming monster movie.

Martin Scorsese is producing a documentary about The Grateful Dead

By Dan Einav

Ari Bar-Lev’s portrait of the legendary US rockers is set for release this year.

Watch Cate Blanchett play 13 characters in the Manifesto trailer

By Dan Einav

The Australian actor assumes multiple guises in Julian Rosefeldt’s conceptual feature.

David Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises is getting a sequel

By Dan Einav

And it’s being helmed by Locke writer/director Steven Knight.

In the Heat of the Night is being remade for TV

By Dan Einav

Screenwriter Joe Robert Cole is adapting the civil rights era drama for a modern audience.

James Cameron is making a documentary series about the history of sci-fi

By Dan Einav

The made-for-TV project will see the director explore his love of the genre.

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