Interview: Chris Pine, Alex Kurtzman Find ‘People Like Us’ CHICAGO – Writer/director Alex Kurtzman has been an incredibly powerful ... his new work comes from someplace much more personal. Starring Chris Pine, “People Like Us” was born from Kurtzman’s own desire to find the half-siblings that his father ... 06/26/2012 - 5:20 am | View Link
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Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s droll teen drama is a cross between (500) Days of Summer and The Fault in Our Stars, and looks set to match their successThose desperately seeking a breakout hit at this year’s Sundance can heave a sigh of relief at the emergence of this inspired, insightful romp from Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, best known for helming episodes of the similarly perky TV series American Horror Story and Glee.
Be warned, there is a lot of facial hair on this week's podcast. Gav, the most hirsute member of IGN UK, can only play second-fiddle to the bearded magnificence of Phil Robb, co-founder of Turtle Rock Studios and creative director of Evolve. Phil joins Gav and Alex to answer your questions about the upcoming monster-hunter mash-up, from who's the hardest, Goliath or Behemoth, to how all-American support gunner Hank is a British favourite while proper nutjob Hyde tops the hunter chart in the US.
The three amigos also recount the hottest games and movies around at the moment, plus talk about how the once mighty Broadchurch appears to have lost its mojo in season two.
So without further ado, m'lord, let the trial begin!
Ivan Reitman has been discussing the proposed Twin sequel Triplets, explaining that the project is “frozen” at present, with Universal trying to figure out if it’s a good idea to push ahead.
While promoting current film Draft Day – which hit DVD in the UK this week – Reitman revealed that Eddie Murphy is still the actor they want to play the third brother to Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito, but that the film is still far from getting the green-light.
“That seems to be somewhat frozen at the studio level I think,” explained the man who directed the first film.
From sexy weirdness in Wild at Heart to sinister seagulls in The Birds, join Guardian reader Charles Graham-Dixon on a road trip past his favourite movie scenes set in petrol stations. Which would you add? Whether you call them petrol, gas or filling stations, the places where we refuel our cars are versatile cinematic settings.