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Darren Aronofsky News Blog-(Aronofsky.Net)
Sunday, November 19, 2006
Hugh Jackman Interview
Topic: The Fountain
Just a few more days now... To help you pass the time, check out Hugh Jackman sharing his thoughts on The Fountain in an interview he did for Dark Horizons.

Posted by Jeffrey at 1:38 PM EST | Post Comment | Permalink

Friday, November 17, 2006
Aronofsky.Net Contest: Win A Fountain Poster!
Topic: The Fountain
Warner Bros. was kind enough to allow us to host a contest for promotion of The Fountain. We have three posters for the film that will be given away on random drawing. If you'd like to enter, simply send an email to: contest ended." The contest ends November 27th so get on it now! No purchase necessary, one email per person. 

Posted by Eric at 2:13 PM EST | Post Comment | Permalink

Thursday, November 16, 2006
Aronofsky, Mansell, and More

Town Online offers an interview with Darren Aronofsky where he shares his thoughts on making smart and challenging movies, as well as his latest which will be released in less than a week. has a posted two parts of an interview with Darren.  The first includes discussion of future projects as well as the past that might have been, while the second portion focuses on The Fountain, including the departure of Brad Pitt and discovery of Hugh Jackman for the lead.

There is an article at Reuters about The Fountain discussing the scaling down of an epic budget.

Catch a glimpse of The Fountain at where they have posted 9 short clips from the film.

If you haven't seen them already, both Darren Aronofsky and Clint Mansell have MySpace pages.  Darren's is geared heavily toward promoting The Fountain, including an unconventional yet surprisingly insightful and personal blog documenting screenings in different cities.  Clint's has a bevy of information about film's Soundtrack, including a link to a website that offers fans a chance to upload their own remixes of a portion from the score performed by Kronos Quartet and Mogwai.

Posted by Jeffrey at 10:55 AM EST | Post Comment | Permalink

Wednesday, November 15, 2006
Beyond The Fountain
In the film industry, it is never too soon to talk about your next project.  According to a brief article at Dark Horizons, although Darren Aronofsky continues to develop Flicker, his next will either be a big-budget biblical epic or a smaller more intimate film.

Posted by Jeffrey at 8:39 PM EST | Post Comment | Permalink

Only A Few Days Until The Fountain Flows!
Topic: The Fountain

The Fountain comes out the the 22nd of November so if you aren't excited, we're not really sure what's wrong with you.  If you need some Fountain related goodies to feed your needs you may want to check out Wire's indepth article about the movie or (if you haven't been in a while) head on over to the official website, which (in Aronofsky film tradition) provides a cool little cyber world to wander around.

Aronofsky.Net will now be kicking into high gear for the release of the film and my friend Jeffrey will be joining us to make up a tri-threat of unstoppable Aronofsky bloggers.  Be prepared!

Posted by Eric at 4:53 PM EST | Post Comment | Permalink

Monday, September 4, 2006
Moriarty Raves About The Fountain
Topic: The Fountain
Moriarty over at AICN has his review up for the The Fountain. Moriarty has covered the hell out of this flick from the start with his impassioned script review many years back to his more recent fawning set visit. I suppose it's no surprise that he loved the film, but if any of you out there are looking for a spoiler-filled movie review to get you even more amped up for The Fountain, then click the above link.

Posted by Eric at 2:38 PM EDT | Post Comment | Permalink

Wednesday, July 26, 2006
The Fountain Pushed Back
Topic: The Fountain
Well, it looks like we will be waiting a little longer to see The Fountain.  If you go to Box Office Mojo you will see that the new starting date is November 22. 

Posted by Aaron at 9:50 PM EDT | Post Comment | Permalink

Friday, July 21, 2006
Full Length Fountain Trailer

The full-length trailer for The Fountain has just been released. If you want to see it in theaters, it's playing with Lady in the Water, although you can just  click the link to watch it now.

Also, we seem to have forgot to include a link to Chud's raving review last week, so for those who haven't read it, do so immediatly.

It seems that the comments feature still hasn't been fixed (which is a shame, 'cuz I'd love to know what you guys think about the trailer), so I'll start getting ready to move the blog to a new host (which is gonna be a pain) when I have time.

Posted by Eric at 11:01 PM EDT | Post Comment | Permalink

Saturday, July 15, 2006
New Fountain One Sheet
Topic: The Fountain

We've got a new poster for The Fountain via Aint it Cool News and Jo Blo. Where as the  one that Aaron linked to last update seemed to stress the romantic aspect to the film, this one seems to more heavily highlight the scifi component of the movie. It'll certainly be interesting to see which direction the studio takes the marketing of the film. 


Also, we know that the blog's comments have not been working (our hosting service's problem, not ours--we swear) and we will attempt to remedy the problem. If we cannot get comments back, we will find a new host for the blog. Sorry for the inconvenience. 

Posted by Eric at 6:19 PM EDT | Post Comment | Permalink

Friday, July 7, 2006
The Fountain Poster(s)
Topic: The Fountain
If you're like me you've probably been waiting to see a poster (or anything) from The Fountain for quite some time now. Well wait no longer because now there are a few! Head over to GreekGeek to see the posters being displayed at Amsterdam's Cinema Expo. Scroll down through other lesser movies to see them all.

Also if you were unlucky enough to not catch Aronofsky in the documentary Edge of Outside about independent film it will be on again July 19, 11:00 PM on Turner Classic Movies.

Posted by Aaron at 1:06 PM EDT | Post Comment | Permalink

Wednesday, May 31, 2006
The Fountain Gets A Release Date
Topic: The Fountain
The Fountain finally has a release date. October 13, 2006 seems to be the day to look forward too!

Posted by Eric at 7:36 PM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (6) | Permalink

Thursday, May 4, 2006
More Reviews For The Fountain (And Maybe A Release Date)
Topic: The Fountain
There has been another screening of The Fountain and that means more reviews. I want to keep completely spoiler free myself so I'm not reading them, but if you want, head over to Ain't It Cool and Joblo and give them a gander.

Oh, and by the way, IMDb has now listed the release date as October 2006. Is it right? Maybe.

Posted by Aaron at 12:03 PM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (1) | Permalink

Friday, April 21, 2006
The Fountain Not Showing At Cannes
Topic: The Fountain
Apparantly Variety jumped the gun the other day when they reported that The Fountain was chosen for the Cannes film festival. Variety has now unveiled the official selections and unfortunately, The Fountain is not one of them. It's disappointing I know, but hey, I wasn't going to be there anyway.

Posted by Aaron at 6:31 PM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (1) | Permalink

Friday, April 14, 2006
New Fountain Screensaver
Topic: The Fountain
A new screensaver is now available on the official site for The Fountain. Go to the bottom of the screen to view it.

Posted by Eric at 1:01 AM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (1) | Permalink

Wednesday, April 5, 2006
The Fountain At Cannes
Topic: The Fountain
Variety is reporting that The Fountain has been chosen to play at this year's Cannes film festival. The film will screen in competition in May.

Posted by Aaron at 11:22 AM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (2) | Permalink

Friday, March 31, 2006
The Fountain Screens
Topic: The Fountain
The Fountain was shown last night in LA at a test screening Warner Bros. conducted to see how to best market the film. And, well, I'm not sure how to feel about this. Jealous? Excited? Maybe surprised, 'cause you know I think I may have subconsciously had doubts that this movie was ever made, like it all may have been some big hoax. Well apparently it is real and finished. Pat P. sends us some comments about the film from AICN, Walter's Thoughts and the IMDb Message Board. Click those links for more.

If anyone else caught the flick, feel free to send in any reactions...we'd love to hear from you!

Update: Moviehole gives us another positive review.

Posted by Eric at 5:49 PM EST | Post Comment | View Comments (1) | Permalink

Monday, March 6, 2006
The Fountain at Cannes?
Topic: The Fountain
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that The Fountain is being "strongly considered" by the Cannes festival committee as one of this year's films. Will this come to fruition? We can only hope.

We would also like to congratulate the co-star of The Fountain, Rachel Weisz, for her Best Supporting Actress Oscar win for her role in The Constant Gardener!

Posted by Aaron at 11:18 AM EST | Post Comment | View Comments (7) | Permalink

Saturday, March 4, 2006
Aronofsky Not 'Lost', But 'Flicker' is Next Flick?
Topic: Flicker
Pat P. let's us know that Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Darren Aronofsky will unfortunatly not be able to film an episode of hit television show Lost this season, despite previous reports. However there is still hope that Aronofsky (a big fan of the show) will be able to do an episode sometime next season. "The timing didn't work out," Aronofsky tells EW. "I'm expecting a child."

The article also mentions that Flicker, an adaptation of Theodore Roszak's thrilling novel, is set to be Darren's next film. I've heard from a bunch of you guys out there and I know that a lot of you are really anticipating Aronofsky's adaptation of this book, so this will be good news for you all. For those who are clueless as to the details or history of the project, go check out this story from our news archives.

Posted by Eric at 12:37 AM EST | Post Comment | View Comments (4) | Permalink

Wednesday, March 1, 2006
New Fountain Pic, Plus Requiem Parody
Topic: The Fountain

I actually meant to post this earlier in the day, but here it is just a few hours late: Latino Review gives us a glimpse of an all new and especially cool looking picture from The Fountain. Click the image on the right for a closer view. Now tell me, does this pic help hold you over until the film's release or does it just make you even more anxious?

Also, a couple of people have alerted us (thanks guys!) about a pretty funny and well made Requiem For A Dream parody online. If you have a couple of minutes, be sure to check out Toy Story 2: Requiem.

Posted by Eric at 3:49 AM EST | Post Comment | View Comments (2) | Permalink

Thursday, February 16, 2006
Aronofsky Sets Up Shop At Universal
Variety is reporting that Darren Aronofsky and his Protozoa Pictures company have signed a first-look production deal with Universal, along with Focus Features and Rogue Pictures. Through the deal, Aronofsky and producing partner Eric Watson will develop and produce films for the studio. Some of the films Aronofsky will direct himself, while others he will just produce.

The article also mentions that Protozoa are currently developing Theodore Roszak's Flicker at Fox, Black Flies at Paramount, and Song of Kali at Warner Bros., based on a Dan Simmons Novel.

Posted by Aaron at 1:51 PM EST | Post Comment | View Comments (1) | Permalink

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