John Hillcoat

After wrapping up his career-defining run as Jesse Pinkman on AMC's Breaking Bad, actor Aaron Paul hasn't missed a step, nimbly jumping from star vehicles like 2014's Need For Speed to ensemble pieces like the upcoming Eye in the Sky and the heist pic Triple 9, in theaters now.
Almost as soon as movies could talk, they were making films about the gangsters who came to prominence by supplying liquor to thirsty Americans who didn't believe in the nanny-state laws against alcohol known as Prohibition.
A new red band trailer for director John Hillcoat's "Lawless" is out, and it's a beauty. The gritty film sets Shia LaBeouf
Behold: the cerulean sparkle of the Cote d'Azur, the endless waft of chain-smoked Gitanes over the Croisette, the private yachts. Cannes. And its megaton line-up has arched the eyebrow of even the most indifferent cineastes this year.
Watch the trailer above. "I'm a Bondurant," grumbles Tom Hardy in the "Lawless" trailer. "We don't lay down for nobody." Apparently
Grinderman is the first great band of the Anthropocene Epoch. Their music is primal, charming and funky and their lyrics are witty observations of where we stand as a civilization at this moment in geologic time.
The smash video game hit "Red Dead Redemption," made by Rockstar, the company behind the Grand Theft Auto franchise, is quickly
The Road is the most poignant love story between a father and son that I know of, so I wanted, above all, to respect the book, to be authentic and not 'Hollywoodize' it, to use great restraint and focus upon its core qualities.
But movies measure success in millions. If all the people who read The Road subsequently went out and bought a ticket, that