Tags : a24

Darren Aronofsky To Direct ‘The Whale’ For A24

Director Darren Aronofsky (mother!) and actor Brendan Fraser (The Mummy) will collaborate in a new film by A24. The film, titled The Whale, will be an adaption of the 2012 play of the same name by Samuel D. Hunter. The play chronicles the life of Charlie, a 600-pound hermit living in Idaho, whose only solace in […]Read More

Zendaya set to play Ronnie Spector in new A24 film

Still riding the wave of Malcom & Marie hype (one of the first films to be fully shot during lockdown) and the Emmy win for Euphoria, Zendaya has already found her new role: Ronnie Spector. Chosen for the role by Spector herself, the film is set to follow much of the singer’s personal life and […]Read More

What To Expect from Exorcism-Horror ‘Saint Maud’

From the studio that brought you films like Hereditary, The Witch and Midsommar comes A24’s latest delve into the horror genre: Saint Maud, a film that ditches the occult for something altogether more sinister. The directorial debut of Rose Glass, Saint Maud follows reclusive nurse Maud (Morfydd Clark) who, after an unknown incident, begins to […]Read More

Trailer Released for Sofia Coppola’s ‘On the Rocks’

It seems that despite the current pandemic, the film studio A24 is not slowing down its steady stream of content. They have just announced, in partnership with Apple, another film titled On the Rocks starring Bill Murray, Rashinda Jones and Marlon Wayans. From Lost in Translation writer/director Sofia Coppola, On the Rocks follows the troubled […]Read More

A24 Releases ‘Hereditary’ Screenplay Book

Film production company A24 has released some of the best films of recent years – films so good that they can be experienced in more than one medium. Independent film fans can now buy books exploring some of A24’s films, with the latest addition being Ari Aster’s modern horror-classic Hereditary.    This will be the […]Read More

Film News: Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley to star in

After the beautiful and bizarre High Life saw blockbuster-star-turned-indie-darling Robert Pattinson team up with acclaimed French auter Claire Denis, the film industry’s most unlikely duo will reunite for a new project. In this adaptation of Denis Johnson’s 1986 novel, Pattinson will star alongside Margaret Qualley, who broke through in 2019 with her role of the […]Read More

Film News: A24 Release Limited Edition Books

Since its inception seven years ago, A24 has taken great strides in transforming itself from a fledgling production company into a powerhouse of independent cinema, with no less than 25 Academy Awards under their belt. With films such as Lady Bird, The Killing of a Sacred Deer and this year’s cult summer hit, Midsommar, it […]Read More

Film News: Uncut Gems Trailer Released

With everyone’s favourite indie film distributor A24 already having potential Oscar-contenders like The Lighthouse, The Farewell, Midsommar and Waves on their books, it’s easy to forget they also have the hotly anticipated Uncut Gems on the horizon too. Coming from directors Josh and Benny Safdie, their follow-up to the phenomenal Good Time (2017) has premiered to critical acclaim and […]Read More

Film News: “The Lighthouse” Trailer Released

“Why’d ya spill yer beans?” a grizzled Willem Dafoe spitefully asks over and over, to a backdrop of stark, black and white photography and ritualistic sea shanties. But he’s not alone in this ethereal plain of crashing waves and weather-beaten rocks. He is paired with a haggard, moustachioed Robert Pattinson, the only other cast member […]Read More

Film Review: Midsommar

Director Ari Aster’s second project in as many years propels his previous themes of grief and trauma explored in 2018’s Hereditary into a full-frontal attack on the senses and synapses. In his sophomore effort, Midsommar, Florence Pugh plays Dani, a young American woman recently stricken by a horrific familial tragedy. Sometime in the months that […]Read More