The directorial debut of longtime celebrated cinematographer, Wally Pfister (The Dark Knight), Transcendence is an ultra-modern, cautionary tale for the techno-savvy. Kate Mara plays Bree, a radical environmentalist and leader of RIFT (Revolutionary Independence from Technology).Read more »
Anika Noni Rose, who made a name for herself in theater, has several noteworthy upcoming films including Sundance's Imperial Dreams, Half of a Yellow Sun with Thandie Newton and Chiwetel Ejiofor, and A Day Late and a Dollar Short with Whoopi Goldberg, which airs this weekend on Lifetime.
For her next project, I Shot Andy Warhol director Mary Harron is taking on the life of Salvador Dalí, based on the book Dalí and I: The Surreal Story, by art dealer Stan Lauryssens, who dealt in Dalí, and fakes, in often less-than-savory circumstances (the artist's works were often used as a vessel for money laundering). Dalí was drawn into Lauryssens inner circle, and even ended up living next door to the author.
Before the man-eating summer blockbuster, before Sharknado, before aliens and biker psychopaths and knife-wielding babes in skimpy shorts regularly filled our screens, one director, producer, and Hollywood sensationalist defied all odds and mores to transform the 1950s and '60s B-movie into an American work of art.