Latest The New World Stories

2008-06-24 02:29:54

The New World, Academy Award(R) nominated director Terrence Malick's (The Thin Red Line, Days of Heaven) adventure-filled journey of discovery, will be released October 14 on DVD in a new amped-up Extended Cut. This edition of the critically-acclaimed, Oscar(R)-nominated epic recreating the turbulent first days of the new America now features more than 30 minutes of never-before-seen footage, heightening the viewing experience with more battles, more intensity and more visual splendor. Also...

2005-12-20 19:04:24

By Arthur Spiegelman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The new film's reclusive director is happy to let his movie speak for itself, since he doesn't give interviews. The male star would be happy to promote the film, but he's in rehab. So this leaves a 15-year-old former street singer, who worries whether she will be working at age 16, to bear the burden of promoting "The New World," a $30 million tale of the founding of Britain's colony in early 17th century Virginia. The movie opens on...

2005-12-15 06:13:05

By Gregg Kilday LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - The 17th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival will open January 5 with Terrence Malick's period drama "The New World," starring Colin Farrell as John Smith and Q'Orianka Kilcher as Pocahontas. The event, which runs through January 16, will feature 232 films from more than 70 countries. The lineup includes four world premieres, 31 North American premieres and 51 U.S. premieres. In addition, the schedule includes 51 of the...

2005-12-02 00:50:00

By Anne Thompson LOS ANGELES -- Besides their weighty historic subject matter, Universal Pictures' "Munich" and New Line Cinema's "The New World" have something else in common: Their respective directors, Steven Spielberg and Terrence Malick, aren't talking to the press. This is unheard of in this media age of overhype. For his part, Spielberg is the most famous movie director in the world. He's a star whose name above the title is such an entertainment guarantee that it always puts butts in...

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