Billy Bob Thornton appears in this first trailer for the Coen Brother's executive produced FX Series. Coming April 15th
Here’s a nice write up from ComingSoon.net speculating about what the Coen Brothers should do next.
The Coen Brothers latest release “Inside Llewyn Davis” is headed for Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital release on March 21st. The disc will include a 40 minute making-of documentary featuring much of the cast and crew. Seems fast to me but upon further study a 100 day turn around from theatrical to home release is not uncommon for the Joel and Ethan.
|Inside Llewyn Davis||12/6/2013||3/21/2014||105|
|A Serious Man||10/2/2009||2/9/2010||130|
|Burn After Reading||9/12/2008||12/21/2008||100|
|No Country For Old Men||11/21/2007||3/11/2008||111|
|The Man Who Wasn’t There||11/2/2001||10/1/2002||333|
|O Brother, Where Art Thou?||12/22/2000||6/12/2001||172|
|The Big Lebowski||3/6/1998||3/23/1999||382|
|The Hudsucker Proxy||3/11/1994||?|
Also set for release on 3/21/2014 is ”Another Day/Another Time: Celebrating the Music of ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’” the concert that celebrated the music from the film. This will only be released digitally and includes performances by the Avett Brothers, Joan Baez, Dave Rawlings Machine, Rhiannon Giddens, Lake Street Dive, Colin Meloy, The Milk Carton Kids, Marcus Mumford, Punch Brothers, Patti Smith, Willie Watson, Gillian Welch, and Jack White.
Looks like Joel and Ethan’s latest got itself a couple of Oscar nods. Their new cinematographer, Bruno Delbonnel, has received his fourth Academy Award Nomination for his work behind the camera. Perhaps he’ll see his first win when the show airs March 2nd. The film was also nominated for Best Sound Mixing.
Joel and Ethan’s next directorial effort is “Inside Llewyn Davis.” The story of a singer songwriter in the 1960′s New York Folk music scene. It is loosely based on Dave Van Ronk’s posthumously published memoir The Mayor of MacDougal Street. It stars Oscar Isaac as Llewyn, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, John Goodman, and F. Murray Abraham. Here is the first official trailer.
Barry Pepper is joining the cast of True Grit. He will reprise the role of “Lucky” Ned Pepper a notorious outlaw. “Lucky” was played by Robert Duvall in the 1969 version of the film. Pepper is perhaps best known for his role as Private Daniel Jackson the crack sniper in Saving Private Ryan.
Just looking at the IMDB.com entry for True Grit and I noticed a surprise producer. See below. Anyone have any info on how this came about?