Tag Archives: Buried

Sandra Bullock has made a lasting impression on Ryan Reynolds

HollywoodNews.com: Sandra Bullock has had her fair share of drama the past year, but luckily for the Oscar winner, most of it is over and now she can focus on her career again. While the star is busy being a mother with her new son, it seems as if her[...]

“Wall Street 2” is a genuine mainstream hit with $19 million

By Scott Mendelson HollywoodNews.com: The funny thing about long-delayed sequels is that it’s generally pretty easy for them to top the opening weekends of their predecessors purely due to inflation. So while “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps” is a genuine mainstream hit with $19 million on 3,565 screens ($5,330 per[...]

Ryan Reynolds is funny and charming in new GQ

By Greg Hernandez HollywoodNews.com: Something I never get tired of seeing: Ryan Reynolds on the cover of a magazine. The new GQ describes him this way: Funny. Charming. Ripped. (Even his abs have abs.) As likable as a guy that handsome can be. But while everyone was taking him for granted as[...]

Ed Norton, Robert De Niro throwing “Stone” at Austin’s Fantastic Fest

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: We knew about “Buried,” and that “Let Me In” would kick things off. Now organizers of this year’s Fantastic Fest – set to take over Austin, Texas Sept. 23-30 – are unveiling a second wave of anticipated programming, and man, does it look intriguing. The highlight, from a[...]

Ryan Reynolds will bury four fans at Fantastic Fest

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Do you want to be buried alive? That’s the idea behind a relatively crazy fan promotion for Ryan Reynolds’ disturbing thriller, “Buried,” directed by Rodrigo Cortés. Both Reynolds and Cortes will be in Austin, Texas for Fantastic Fest, while will host a Gala Screening of Buried at[...]

Is Indie’s Weakness Exposed At Sundance?

By TheWrap.com Published: January 31, 2010 According to TheWrap.com “with no Sundance breakout, indie’s weakness is exposed.” “With nothing close to a breakout favorite like last year’s unconventional hit, ‘Precious,’ this year’s Sundance Film Festival laid bare an independent film landscape more fragmented and confused than ever. Plenty of films sold, but none[...]