Tag: Stanley Kubrick

“Gravity” Director Rumored To Helm “The Shining” Prequel

May 23, 20140 Comments

Gravity director Alfonso Cuarón may be checking in to The Overlook Hotel. Back in July of 2013, Warner Bros. brought Laeta Kalogridis and her partners Bradley Fischer and James Vanderbilt (writer, Zodiac) onboard this project as producers. It was rumored that the film would “focus on what happened before Jack Torrance, his wife and their psychic son arrived at […]

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“A Clockwork Orange” Miniseries Heads To AMC; Casting Rumors

April 1, 20140 Comments

AMC has revealed plans to adapt A CLOCKWORK ORANGE into a new miniseries consisting of four episodes with a runtime of one hour each. The series is based on the novel by Anthony Burgess published in 1962 and will borrow certain elements from Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 adaptation. “Adapting classic films and novels into television series […]

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Baz Luhrmann To Direct Stanley Kubrick’s “Napoleon” Miniseries?

November 27, 2013

It is considered “the greatest movie never made.” Stanley Kubrick’s script for his Napoleon movie was a passion project for the director that never came to fruition because Hollywood studios refused to fund it. A shame because Kubrick believed so much in the film. Back in March we reported (read here) that Steven Spielberg was […]

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Cool Behind The Scenes Photos From “The Shining”

October 29, 2013

Stanley Kubrick’s version of THE SHINING is one of the best horror films ever. If you’re also a fan then you’ll love these behind the scenes photos that show Stanley Kubrick, Jack Nicholson, and others working on the picture. Check out the full gallery below!

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Watch: Video Tour Of The Stanley Kubrick Exhibit

July 9, 2013

Were you not able to catch the Stanley Kubrick Exhibit at LACMA? No worries, because here is a video tour of the experience. I got a chance to go in November and I loved it. It’s probably one of the coolest exhibits I’ve ever seen. The exhibit consisted of a vast array of lenses and […]

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New poster for “The Shining” conspiracy doc “Room 237”

March 21, 2013

The newest theatrical poster makes another tease at the conspiracy theories surrounding Kubrick’s classic adaptation of Stephen King’s novella. Since its premiere at Sundance, ROOM 237 had been a festival sensation at Cannes, Toronto, New York, Chicago, AFI and Fantastic Fest. The film also won the IDA Documentary Award for Best Editing. Synopsis: “After the box office […]

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Room 237 documentary analyzes Kubrick’s The Shining

March 13, 2013

Fans of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining won’t want to miss the conspiracy thriller documentary Room 237, releasing via IFC Films on March 29 at IFC Center and Elinor Bunim Monroe Film Center in New York City followed by a national rollout. The film will simultaneously be available on Cable VOD, iTunes and other digital outlets (Sundance Now, Amazon Streaming, […]

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Kubrick’s passion project coming to life!

March 8, 2013

It’s widely considered the greatest  movie never made, and now it may  finally reach the screen – as a miniseries on television. Steven Spielberg has revealed that he is developing a miniseries based on the late Stanley Kubrick’s unrealized screenplay Napoleon – an ambitious biopic about the 19th-century French Emperor. Spielberg laid out the plans in […]

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