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The Killer Inside Me: I could murder another Casey Affleck movie

28 September 2010 6:32 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

If you can't stomach Michael Winterbottom's bloody tale of a murderous deputy sheriff – aka Casey Affleck – try digesting Paul MacInnes's condensed script instead

The Killer Inside MEBy Paul MacInnes, with apologies to John Curran and Jim Thompson

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Int. Night - Central City, Texas. The 1950s. The kitchenette of Deputy Sheriff Casey Affleck. A winsome country Ballad is playing on the Radio. We see Casey Affleck's smiling Face. It is spattered with Blood as, out of shot, his Fists pummel beneath him.

Kate Hudson [out of shot, screaming]: No! No! Oh my god! No!

Affleck continues to pummel and the camera pulls tighter into his narrow, drawn face. His smile grows broader.

Hudson: Oh god … oh god … Please dear Lord, stop!

Affleck stops pummelling. The smile drains away.

Affleck: Hey, can't you see I'm tenderising some beef here? Do you want your dinner or not?

Cut to Hudson, curled up in a corner of the Kitchenette. »

- Kate Hudson, Paul MacInnes

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IFC Picks Up James Gunn’s Super Starring Rainn Wilson and Ellen Page – Updated with Press Release

12 September 2010 2:53 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Less than 48 hours after it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, James Gunn’s (Slither) Super has found its distributor.  IFC Films has paid seven figures to secure the U.S. rights to Gunn’s everyman take on the superhero archetype.  While IFC normally pays less for its deals, they apparently faced some stiff competition for the film from potential buyers such as Magnolia.

Super stars Rainn Wilson as an “average guy” who takes on the persona of “The Crimson Bolt” upon learning that his wife is having an affair.  Starring alongside Wilson are Ellen Page, Liv Tyler, and Kevin Bacon.  To learn more about Super, check out Steve’s video blog/review of the film which he recorded shortly after its Toronto premiere.

[Update: You can now check out the official press release after the jump.]

IFC Films Takes U.S. Rights To James Gunn’S Super First Big Sale During Toronto Film Festival

Star-studded cast includes Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page, »

- Jason Barr

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Check Out The Killer Inside Me. Well, At Least Check Out The Trailer For A Movie Called That.

24 May 2010 10:20 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Apple has the brand new trailer for the Sundance hit The Killer Inside Of Me starring Casey Affleck, Jessica Alba and Kate Hudson. Whoa whoa whoa Whoa...Kate Hudson?? Crap. Just when I thought this sounded interesting I had to see the name Kate Hudson. Ugh. Why is she in it? Was Paris Hilton busy? There's even a shot in the trailer where Kate opens her jacket to reveal her boy b...oh God, I just threw up in my mouth... From director Michael Winterbotton comes The Killer Inside Me which has electrified audiences at the Sundance, Berlin and Tribeca Film Festivals. Based on the classic novel by legendary pulp writer Jim Thompson, The Killer Inside Me tells the story of handsome, unassuming small town sheriff’s deputy Lou Ford (Casey Affleck). A quiet charmer of his idyllic West Texas town, Ford has a simple life and a pretty girl »

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Exit Through the Gift Shop and enter the mind of Banksy

27 January 2010 3:57 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Banksy's quixotic debut film is not only a triumph of guerrilla marketing; it's the closest the anonymous graffiti artist has come to unmasking himself

Demetrios Matheou on Michael Winterbottom's The Killer Inside

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By the time the world premiere of Banksy's debut movie, Exit Through the Gift Shop, unfolded at Sundance on Sunday night, the master of mystique had already sprayed his aerosol aura over Park City. Days earlier, five works attributed to the celebrated urban artist had sprung up on walls around town, inspiring ripples of admiration and indignation.

As guerrilla marketing goes it may be a long time before festivalgoers see anything as good as this again. Indeed, the air of mystery remained intact throughout the enterprise, from the moment Exit Through the Gift Shop was unveiled as a surprise screening last week to, »

- Jeremy Kay

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