Donnie Darko is a bona fide cult classic, the movie which gave us the Gyllenhaals, a memorable cover of Mad World and a superb cameo role for Patrick Swayze.
Jake Gyllenhaal says he’s ready to don his stupid man suit once again for a ‘Donnie Darko’ sequel after Richard Kelly, the writer-director of the 2001 cult teen classic, recently revealed he had plans to make a “bigger more ambitious” follow up. “I’m always interested in anything that Richard [Kelly] is doing,” the 36-year-old actor told Yahoo in reference to Kelly’s recent comments while promoting his new movie ‘Life’.
Cult classic 'Donnie Darko' is returning to UK cinemas for its 15th Anniversary with a new 4K restoration and will screen at the BFI from 17 December and in cinemas nationwide from 23 December. Tickets are on sale now here.
Cult classic ‘Donnie Darko’ is getting a cool rerelease. Arrow Films has announced that an exclusive run at the BFI will begin on 16 December, with a nationwide release planned on 23 December. Originally released in 2001, ‘Donnie Darko’ was dripping with ‘80s nostalgia.
As Michael J. Fox’s ‘Teen Wolf’ celebrates its 30th anniversary, we expose cinema’s most heinous efforts to plunder quick money by adding to a franchise (hint: it includes 1987’s rubbish ‘Teen Wolf Too’). Yes it was made by the Cartoon Network, but Josh Flitter’s effort as Ace’s son demonstrates just how startling Jim Carrey’s performance is. Jamie Kennedy plays a man who finds the original mask and conceives a baby while still wearing it (ewwww), thus bestowing the powers of Norse god Loki on his son.
Who needs words, thoughts, and feelings when you can express everything you want to say with a simple Emoji. These tiny little emotive icons are taking over the world and so we’re not surprised to find one enterprising Tumblr user recreating classic movie posters with Emojis. Check out more on http://emojifilms.tumblr.com/.