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“Ad Astra” is the Ultimate Sad Astronaut Movie [Review]

"Ad Astra" is the Ultimate Sad Astronaut Movie [Review]

But it’s presented as terribly, terribly serious when the lesson here is “Don’t mess with Brad Pitt.” This movie even sneaks in the “black guy dies first!” trope without any irony.I've seen just about all of James Gray's movies I don’t think a James Gray movie with a sense of humour exists in this universe[...]

The US Trailer For The Immigrant With Joaquin Phoenix And Marion Cotillard

Not all of James Gray's films have been as well-received as The Immigrant I'm generally quite sceptical about his pictures, but I've heard so much good stuff about this one I'm actually rather anxious to see it.And I've been hearing those good things for a while The film premiered at Cannes last spring, when our[...]

Watch: Trailer And Two Clips From James Gray's The Immigrant

James Gray's The Immigrant will be released in France in November but there's still no word of a release date for America or the UK The Weinsteins dragging their heels again it seems...The film is a rich and handsome drama and I look forward to seeing again Hopefully on a big screen as part of[...]




Cannes 2013: The Immigrant Is Slow And Emotionless

Peter Willis writes for Bleeding Cool.In what was my final full day at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, I was up early for the hotly anticipated James Gray period drama, The Immigrant.Upon arriving at the shores of Manhattan in the 1920’s, Polish immigrant Ewa, played by Marion Cotillard, is separated from her sister, Magda, who[...]

Jeremy Renner Developing A Biopic Of Steve McQueen, Intends To Star

They've started development on a pretty high-profile picture, engaging The Yards' James Gray to write a biopic of Steve McQueen.Back in 2007, McQueen's widow, Barbara Minty McQueen, said that she would like Daniel Craig to star as McQueen in any biopic Renner would be the more appropriate age now, however.James Gray is writing the screenplay yet[...]