On the Road director will take on The Man in the Rockefeller Suit, a book about a German conman who impersonated a Rockefeller to help his social standing in L.A.
If you don’t already have a drink in your hand you fail at life, there’s never an excuse to be sober on a Friday and we’ve devised this drinking game so you never need one. In honour of last week’s release of Walter Salles’ On The Road we bring you the best drinking game based on Road Trips you’re likely to find this side of happy hour. Put your foot down and chug it!
Based on Jack Kerouac’s semi-autobiographical masterpiece, On The Road is awash with promiscuous sex, rambling prose and cool jazz. Fans of the book may appreciate the loosely structured narrative, but will soon tire of the repetitive plot developments which become so monotonous as to lack reason and purpose.
Why are so many biopics being picked up for distribution lately? Is there some kind of biopic season we’re not aware of?
You’ll have to dream a dream a little bit longer.
Already feeling the onset of Olympic Blues? Head on down to Somerset House for twelve nights of outdoor cinema screenings – incredible films in an incredible location are just the ticket to lift London’s spirit back up to those dizzying heights of Olympic fever.
French film monthly Premiere has announced that Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom will be opening Cannes Film Festival 2012. To save you from having to find a French newsagent/actually read any French, here are the predicted titles that have us wishing that we could spend a week on Brangelina’s fuck-off-huge yacht…
Trailer released for a film about drugs, jazz and aimlessly drifting across America. All the ingredients for an instant cult classic then.