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Duncan Jones Getting Closer To Direct The Wolverine?

Posted on 11 April 2011 by Christian

It looks like that director Duncan Jones will have a meeting with the studio about possibly taking over

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More Information on Why Aronofsky Left The Wolverine

Posted on 18 March 2011 by Christian

His family may not be the reason for him abandoning the project. Could Fox’s ever-present pressure be the real reasoning?

It’s no secret that Fox has a history of being over-bearing when it comes to their films, especially when it comes to the X-Men franchise. One only has to look at films like X-Men: The Last Stand to see the end result of that. More recently, we’ve heard rumors of Fox rushing Matthew Vaughn and the production on X-Men: First Class. Time will tell if their pressure will be evident in the final product.

Today, we learned that Darren Aronofsky would be leaving The Wolverine, stating that the production would be pulling him away from his family for too long and he couldn’t do that. So he opted to step down, leaving 20th Century Fox to scramble for a new director. But the folks over at Cinema Blend may have the real reason why he bailed.

One of their long time scoopers(who happened to fill them in about Jon Favreau leaving Iron Man 3 months before ti was announced) has informed them that Aronofsky pulled out due to Fox’s unwillingness to allow him to have full control over the film, much like Warner Brothers has done with Christopher Nolan and the Batman films.

…but he

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Darren Aronofsky’s Next Comic Movie Could Be:….Noah?

Posted on 08 February 2011 by Christian

That’s right, as in the fella with the Ark! Aronofsky suggested a while back that he may have another comic book movie in the works, after he produces the comic first of course, but many assumed it was his old Batman project. Not so. Click for the details..

I’m well aware a film adaptation of the biblical story of Noah’s Ark would not be considered a comic book movie. But, that could be about to change. You might remember an article on CBM a while ago which reported that director Darren Aronofsky was interested in making a movie from a comic he was going to be working on. The wording of the original article seemed to to suggest that it would be Batman related, but Bleeding Cool are now reporting that the movie, should it happen, will be an adaptation of the story of Noah’s Ark.

The comic will be called simply, Noah, and will be drawn by Nico Henrichon. Here are some panels..

Says Aronofsky of the project..

Noah was the first person to plant vineyards and drink wine and get drunk. It

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Director David Slade Talks About Missing Out On The Wolverine!

Posted on 04 December 2010 by Christian

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Black Swan Star Kristina Anapau Wants To Play Lois Lane!

Posted on 03 December 2010 by Christian

Apparently, yet another actress who worked alongside

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Darren Aronofsky Talks More About His Plans For The Wolverine!

Posted on 02 December 2010 by Christian

The director discusses how work on the upcoming sequel that’s not a sequel is going, briefly shares his thoughts on

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Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis Discussed

Posted on 02 December 2010 by Christian

Natalie Portman helped Mila Kunis get cast in Black Swan: “When Darren [Aronofsky] asked me, ‘Who do you think could do this part? Who has sort of a similar height, coloring, physique?’ I was like, ‘Oh, Mila, Mila, Mila,” the actress told MTV on Wednesday. But, “I didn’t really think through the fact that I was going to have to have sex with her in the movie. So, it was pretty awkward. I almost feel like it would be easier to do it with someone you didn’t know.” MTV’s Josh Horowitz then casually asked the demure Portman for more details on simulating sex with Mila Kunis

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Video Interview: Darren Aronofsky On The Wolverine

Posted on 22 November 2010 by Christian

In this video interview director Darren Aronofsky talks about why he decided to do something different in his career by directing the upcoming comic book movie and more. Check it out!

Now that Darren Aronofsky is confirmed to direct his first comic book movie The Wolverine, which is said to be a standalone chapter and not a direct sequel to

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The Wolverine Will Start Filming In April!

Posted on 19 November 2010 by Christian

Director Darren Aronofsky

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Darren Aronofsky Reveals the Official Title of the Wolverine Sequel!

Posted on 14 November 2010 by Christian

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Fox Offers Wolverine 2 to Darren Aronofsky

Posted on 06 October 2010 by Christian

The choice of Zack Snyder by Warner Bros. to direct Christopher Nolan and David Goyer’s Superman: Man of Steel appears to have wide-spread repercussions for Hollywood‘s other superheroes. The Noob News has just learned that 20th Century Fox today entered into negotiations with Darren Aronofsky to helm the sequel to last year’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but the director is still being offered other valuable consolation prizes by Warner Bros., like Tales From the Gangster Squad, a high-priority project that this blog told you about last week.
Back in August, Fox brass had been focusing on a handful of directors for Wolverine 2, including Twilight Saga: Eclipse director David Slade and Red director Robert Schwentke. At the time, Fox had actually considered Aronofsky its top choice, as had its star, Hugh Jackman: The pair had collaborated on Aronofsky’s ambitious 2006 movie, The Fountain, and are said to still have a close relationship today.
And despite the financial failure of Fountain, Fox bosses were impressed by Aronfsky’s willingness to work frugally on smaller movies and still get big results: Aronofsky directed Mickey Rourke to an Oscar nomination with Fox Searchlight’s The Wrestler, and is generating similar Oscar murmurs for Natalie Portman’s turn as a sapphic, deranged, self-touching, wing-sprouting ballerina in Fox Searchlight’s forthcoming Black Swan.
Until last weekend, though, Aronofsky was far more interested in directing WB’s original take on Superman

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