Darren Aronofksy has opened up about his planned Batman movie, admitting it fell apart because Warner Bros wanted to cast Freddie Prinze Jr.
Jennifer Lawrence has admitted she still loves ex-boyfriend Darren Aronofsky "very much”. Speaking in an interview on Marc Maron’s podcast about when the pair met to discuss movie Mother!, Lawrence said: “He flew in, pitched me, left. The entire thing, Lawrence said, lasted two years.
There are so many great films out there that warrant repeat viewing, but some we’d struggle to sit through again.This isn’t because they are bad, rather that the filmmaker has depicted some seriously harrowing subject matter that it can be difficult to watch their cinematic offering a second time.Some of this is to do with guts and gore, brutal acts of sexual violent or simply because of the desolate feeling the characters’ stories leave you with by the film’s end.Here’s 14 good but disturbing films that fall into this “watch-it-once” category.READ MOREColin Firth compares new movie to HamletTarantino’s artistic vision is no excuse for endangering his starCall Me By Your Name director wanted to make Black Panther
"Mother!" director Darren Aronofsky answers spoiler-y questions about his polarizing allegorical horror film starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem.
Darren Aronofsky appears to have nailed it with his bonkers horror movie 'mother!' - if by 'it' you mean grotesque, full-blown madness.
Darren Aronofsky drops new poster that aims to lead fans down a rabbit hole of clues about his secretive new horror film.
After letting Ed Harris into their home one evening, J-Law and husband Javier Bardem soon find themselves besieged by unexpected houseguests and jarring percussion.
Jolie has “￼￼First They Killed My Father,” about Cambodian genocide; Clooney will offer up “Suburbicon”; Payne brings “Downsizing,” satire with Matt Damon
With the success of ‘Get Out’ and ‘Split,’ and the likelihood of ‘It’ becoming a box office smash, horror cinema seems to be seeing a resurgence in critical and commercial acceptability. Depending on who you talk to, recent years have been either a treasure trove or a wasteland for horror movies. On a cult level, interest in the genre has arguably never been higher, with innumerable websites and blogs covering all things horror and scores of horror-based film festivals and conventions popping up across the globe.
Kathryn Bigelow (left) and David Fincher (right) either side of a picture of Ben Affleck as Batman in this year’s ‘Justice League’. Ben Affleck will no longer direct himself in the next solo Batman film, after deciding to step down following discussions with Warner Bros. He will however, still produce the film. Called ‘The Batman’, the film will be the first standalone Batman story in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) after Affleck’s version of the character debuted in ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ last year and appeared briefly in ‘Suicide Squad’.