Amy Adams, Carey Mulligan, and Samantha Morton are all reportedly competing for the Siri/Majel Barrett-like role of a pleasant, female computer voice in a developing Spike Jonze project. Different than the upcoming Spike Jonze-directed, Charlie Kaufman-scripted satire about world leaders, this just-revealed film was written by Jonze himself, and already has Joaquin Phoenix set to star. He'll be playing a man--apparently the saddest, most forever alone man alive--who falls in love with the aforementioned disembodied female computer voice--a Lars and the Real Girl for the iPhone 4S age. Already this makes me feel better about things I've done to the time & temperature voice.
Unaware that working with some of the most reliably talented directors around will only encourage my stalking, the lovely Carey Mulligan has entered talks to work with both the Coen Brothers and Spike Jonze on their upcoming feature projects.
For the Coens, Mulligan would be t... / Continue →
As he may have something to say on the subjects of working with spouses and a fierce devotion to a creepy aesthetic, Tim Burton has decided to direct Big Eyes, the Weinstein Company's drama based on the life and paintings of Walter and Margaret Keane.... / Continue →
His role in The Master has already earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. Now, Joaquin Phoenix had received an even higher honor, taking home the prized Luis Guzmán Award for Paul Thomas Anderson wanting him to be in more things.... / Continue →