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Matt Damon and Jeff Bridges will be getting a little dusty when cameras roll on “True Grit” the Coen Brothers latest attempt at adpating a novel. Production will begin next month in New Mexico. This represents a return to both New Mexico and Adaptation since the 2007 “No Country For Old Men”. Bridges will assume [...]
In the upcoming A Serious Man there were 3 actors plucked from casting calls in Minnesota where the film was shot and takes place. Jessica McManus was one of them and she plays Sarah Gopnik daughter of Larry Gopnik our “Serious Man”. Seventeen at the time she’s now graduated from High School and is heading [...]
It looks as though A Serious Man will not be ready in time for Cannes in May. Various reports are saying that Joel and Ethan will not be taking their latest film to the Festival that has treated them so well in the past. Of the Coen Brothers films 8 of 13 went to Cannes. [...]
Posted: March 27th, 2009 under A Serious Man, Awards, Barton Fink, Fargo, No Country For Old Men, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Raising Arizona, The Hudsucker Proxy, The Ladykillers, The Man Who Wasn't There, Upcoming Projects.
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I was just thinking about who the Coens could possibly have in mind to play Rooster Cogburn in their upcoming adaptation of True Grit. I’ve seen many names thrown about as possibilities. Michael Caine, Peter O’Toole, Tom Wilkinson, Nick Nolte, James Caan, and even Steven Segal. To the latter, I say, please no. In reading [...]
In an article yesterday Variety is stating that True Grit not The Yiddish Policemen’s Union will be the Coen’s next film. Read the full story.
Just confirmed that A Serious Man will have a US limited release date of October 2nd, 2009.
London’s Daily Mail is reporting that The Coen Brother’s next, next project will be a recreation of the John Wayne classic True Grit. Not necessarily a remake, perhaps more of a retelling of Charles Portis’ 1968 novel. Full Story
I picked up the hardcover version of Michael Chabon’s “Yiddish Policemen’s Union” for $5.98 today. If you haven’t yet read the Coen Brother’s upcoming project, it might be worth a trip to Barnes & Noble to scour the bargain bins!