Radiohead guitarist composed the score for the forthcoming film in which Phoenix plays a war veteran whose “attempt to save a young girl from a sex trafficking ring goes horribly wrong.”
Forty years later, these are the essentials of an icon.
From director Lynne Ramsay, whom the Radiohead guitarist previously worked with back in 2011.
The two will tackle John Callahan’s autobiography, Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot.
James McAvoy tapped as replacement for psychological thriller.
The pair previously worked together on Signs and The Village.
Woody Allen’s latest fails to land despite an impressive performance by Joaquin Phoenix.
Writers and artists reflect on 33 iconic years of the pencil-tapping comic.
Prepare to feel neurotic.
These aren’t guarantees. They’re simply predictions.
Breaking down the filmography of our generation’s Kubrick.
Anderson finds comedy and pathos in his stunning adaptation of Pynchon’s elegy to ’60s idealism and idealism in general.