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~spoilers~ Upon reading No Country For Old Men you’re immediately struck by how faithful the film is to the book. You don’t get the feeling “oh, the book is so much better than the movie” or vice versa. It’s nearly a scene for scene representation and much of the dialogue remains unchanged from Cormac McCarthy’s [...]
A little over a year since the first DVD and Blu-Ray release of No Country For Old Men comes the new super duper special limited edition. Now with more DISCS! If you didn’t buy No Country the first time around now’s your chance. The DVD edition comes with 3 discs one for the film, one [...]
A forthcoming book by Cathleen Falsani is scheduled to be released in October, to coincide with the release of A Serious Man. In the spirit of The Gospel According to The Simpsons, and the Gospel According to Disney the book will look at the serious existential and theological questions presented in their films. Cathleen Falsani [...]
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.