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Jared Harris has joined Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard in Robert Zemeckis’ untitled period spy thriller. Zemeckis is directing the film from a script by Steven Knight. Graham King, who first…
Paramount Pictues has dated Robert Zemeckis’ untitled Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard drama for Nov. 23, 2016. From Paramount and GK Films, the film is based on an original story by Steve Knight and…
Festival kicks off with "The Walk', Bryan Singer avoids repeat of the talk.
Filmmaker Robert Zemeckis was on duty to tub-thump "The Walk," which is set as the opening film of the Tokyo International Film festival.
The former ASC nominee discusses working with two different filmmakers and two different 3D applications.
Why so serious? Master filmmakers Ridley Scott and Robert Zemeckis bring antidotes to somber Oscar fodder this season.
Robert Zemeckis’ “The Walk” pulled in $240,000 in its first day of limited release. The Sony film centers on performance artist’s Philippe Petit (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and his daring attempt to walk…
Several films have become classics due to one key sequence: for example, “Ben-Hur” with its chariot race and “Bullitt” with the car chase. TriStar's "The Walk" is another film where the climactic…
Six world premieres will unspool as part of the competition section at next month's Tokyo International Film Festival.
In a career that’s spanned more than three decades and a dozen blockbusters, Robert Zemeckis has been lauded for using technological wizardry to tell deeply human stories in such films as “Cast Away,”…
In "The Walk," Robert Zemeckis dares audiences to look down, zooming fast as gravity past 110 stories from the top of the World Trade Center to the expectant faces on the crowd below.