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2 items from 2006

Interview: James Franco

28 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Probably most recognizable to audiences as Harry Osborn, son of Norman Osborn (Aka The Green Goblin) in Sam Rami’s blockbuster Spiderman franchise, James Franco (Sonny, The Great Raid, Annapolis) launched his career with his portrayal of James Dean in TNT’s biopic based on the movie icon’s short but legendary life (Franco’s performance earned him a Golden Globe award, as well as Emmy and Screen Actor’s Guild nominations). The breakthrough role also caught the interest of Robert De Niro, who asked Franco a play his son in City By the Sea. A talented filmmaker in his own right, Franco has also written and directed three films: Fool’s Gold, The Ape, and the upcoming Good Time Max. In writer/director Karen Moncrieff’s sophmore feature film outing The Dead Girl, a film in five episodes that revolves around the ripple effect of the lives surrounding »

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Interview: Shauna Macdonald/Natalie Mendoza

11 August 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Quick Links > Neil Marshall > The Descent > Lionsgate Films > Official Trailer Taking in about nine million U.S. dollars (about twice the film’s budget) in its opening weekend, and coming in fifth overall at the box office (behind four domestic summer blockbusters), The Descent now begins its second week of a nationwide North American. Starring an all-female cast, The Descent is the story of six women, who on a thrill-seeking girls-only weekend, enter and underground cave system deep in the Appalachian Mountains and are forced to battle a breed of flesh eating humanoid predators perfectly adapted to living in the pitch black subterranean environment. Directed by Neil Marshall, whose 2002 film Dog Soldiers has already achieved cult status, The Descent is the most original and scariest horror films to come along in years. It has already achieved critical and financial success overseas, thanks to an intelligent script, outstanding direction and cinematography, »

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