Based on Pete Dexter’s critically acclaimed novel, The Paperboy is the enthralling story of two brothers (Matthew McConaughey and Zac Efron) investigating a case involving a death row inmate (John Cusack). Convinced by a mysterious woman (Nicole Kidman) that the inmate is innocent, the brothers embark on a journey that is filled with betrayal.
Lee Louis Daniels (born December 24, 1959) is an American actor, film producer, and director. He produced Monster’s Ball and directed the film Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire, which received six Academy Award nominations, including Best Director; the film won two of the awards.
Daniels was born on December 24, 1959, in Philadelphia and attended Radnor High School. After graduating, Daniels attended Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri. He began his career in entertainment as a casting director and manager after a chance meeting with a Hollywood producer, working on such projects as Under the Cherry Moon and Purple Rain. He continued managing talent, including several Academy Award nominees and winners. The documentary My Big Break features Daniels early in his career when he was managing actor Wes Bentley who starred as Ricky Fitts in American Beauty. In the documentary a dynamic Daniels animatedly comments on Bentley’s reluctance to capitalize on his… read more
having just watched "precious" i thought i'd give this a go. and now i'm confused... is lee daniels an admirable, sadistic eccentric or an opportunist who just made a john waters movie by accident?
Our annual round-up of all the posters for the main slate of the New York Film Festival.
Léos Carax’s long-awaited return to Cannes is a loud one, and Carlos Reygadas’ Post Tenabras Lux sounds like a divisive highlight.
On the opening day of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival: a poster round-up of the films in competition.
Cronenberg, Resnais, Carax, Hong, Kiarostami, Reygadas, Wakamatsu, Miike…