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  1. I plan on seeing this. The early reviews have been uniformly strong, and Michael Shannon's acting impresses me. (Just look at his convincing spiral into madness in Bug, or his irony-free portrayal of a churchgoing Marine in World Trade Center.) Plus, I'm always curious about movies that claim to say something about the American character. Variety calls it "a point-blank buckshot blast of American rage." What, as opposed to regular human rage? Do tell.
  2. Overstreet


    Good news! A new Jeff Nichols film is on the way.
  3. Tyler

    Alien Nation

    Jeff Nichols is going to write and direct a remake of Alien Nation.
  4. Links to our threads on Shotgun Stories (2007), Take Shelter (2011) and Mud (2012). - - - Michael Shannon to Reunite With Jeff Nichols on Sci-Fi Pic (EXCLUSIVE) With his recent film “Mud” delivering a solid perf in its first two weeks at the box office, Jeff Nichols is ready to get back to work coming on to direct an untitled Warner Bros. sci-fi pic with his “Take Shelter” star Michael Shannon coming on to star. Sarah Green and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones are producing with Nichols also writing the project. WB had previously acquired the script before setting Nichols to direct. Exact plot details are being kept under wraps but sources have described it as a present day sci-fi chase film. . . . The project would mark Nichols’ first studio film. Both “Take Shelter” and “Mud” took the festival route before being picked up for distribution by smaller distribs. . . . Variety, May 9 - - - Sarah Green was a producer on Nichols' last two films, and has also produced all of Terrence Malick's films since The New World (we spoke to her on the junket for that film). Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, meanwhile, has produced films like Bullet to the Head, Insidious and Sinister. So, there could be a very interesting merger of sensibilities here.
  5. Great news. Jeff Nichols has directed another film starring Michael Shannon called Take Shelter, and it'll be at Sundance. It co-stars Tree of Life's Jessica Chastain. Well, I hope it's better than Black Swan. If Nichols' storytelling in Shotgun Stories is any indication of what to expect, it will be.
  6. Tyler

    Mud (2012)

    I thought we had a thread for this already, but I tried every search I could think of and didn't see it. Ahem me if I missed it. Looks kind of The Return, but in reverse.
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