No idea who made this, please let us know if you do so we can credit it properly.
Thanks to Simon Heptinstall for pointing it out though 🙂
Originally featured on Snack To The Future (where you will find many more food based movie poster puns)
Duncan Jones presented a MOON & Source Code double bill at the New Beverley Cinema, Los Angeles on the 18th & 19th of November, featuring an introduction of each film, and a Q&A with Duncan and his producer Stuart Fenegan, hosted by Julia Marchese. What the audience on the 18th were not aware of, was the surprise appearance of Sam Bell himself, Sam Rockwell.
For those of us unable to attend, I found a few snippets of the Q&A, and was putting together a post for you to get a flavour of the event. Then I found this…
Fantastic work there by Random Dreamer Studios 🙂
As you may have caught Duncan mention there in the Q&A, Julia at the New Beverly is supporting a campaign to fight for the survival of 35mm film projection in cinemas, please take a moment to read Julia’s post, and sign the petition here.
Well here’s one we hadn’t heard of. Seems you people lucky enough to live in Germany can get a MOON / Source Code Blu-Ray Steel Book from STUDIOCANAL. And not just any steelbook, not a Limited Edition, not a Special Edition. A ‘Duncan Jones Edition’ no less!
And you can buy it here on Amazon.de
ミッション：8ミニッツ Mission: 8 Minutes (Source Code) opened strong in Japan last weekend entering the box office charts at number 5. We’ve had some great feedback coming through Twitter to Director Duncan Jones, many like:
I came to Roppongi in Tokyo to watch a source code. The movie theater was full . We love you!:D
I saw “Source Code” yesterday in Tokyo, blew my mind completely. One of the year’s best. Thanks for the wonderful experience!
As we mentioned previously, Duncan & Rodene went out to Japan at the beginning of September for a short promotional trip ahead of Source Code’s Japanese release. The undoubted highlight being a meeting with animation and live action film directing legend, 押井 守 Mamoru Oshii (Ghost In The Shell). As Rodene says on the Source Code tour Tumblr:
…they were interviewed at the same time with one interviewer and each had their own translator, it was a long but interesting interview!
The double interview has been published exclusively in CUT 11月号 magazine, available from their site, have yet to come across a complete translation (Help!) but Duncan did share a great boating analogy that the two Directors came up with while discussing the size of projects that they have been involved in, and would like to be involved in:
Making an indie film is like driving a speedboat. You can turn fast, do what you want to, when you want to. Source Code felt more like captaining an oil tanker. Big, long, slow turns that required a lot of planning and notification.
What myself and Mr, Oshii would like to captain one day is a big blockbuster, or a battleship!
As well as meeting up to say hello, have a nice cup of tea & some biscuits, Rintaro and Duncan also found time to have a chat about MOON, Source Code, the film making process, and Duncan’s admiration for Japanese actor Tadanobu Asano (Zatoichi, Ichi The Killer).
For all our friends in Japan, thank you for going out to see Source Code over the last week, apologies for babbling away in English, am ashamed to say my Japanese isn’t great (none existent) so here are some interview links just for you 🙂
ダンカン・ジョーンズ( 映画監督 ) Duncan Jones Interview With Rintaro Watanabe
デビッド・ボウイの息子ダンカン・ジョーンズ監督が新作 Yorimo interview with Duncan Jones
ミッション：8ミニッツ Mission: 8 Minutes is in cinemas now!
And he’d be right, because situated on 7165 West Beverly Blvd,Los Angeles, CA. The New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles will be hosting a double bill of MOON & Source Code on Friday the 18th, and Saturday the 19th November. That’s two double bills of critically acclaimed, award winning Sci-Fi. Not only that, but the Director of both films, Duncan Jones, will be there in person as well, on both nights!
So get yourselves over to the New Beverly site, get in touch, and get those tickets before they’re all gone! Have fun! 😉
Great news for everyone in Brazil that have been waiting so long to see Duncan Jones’ Source Code. Twitter friend Emerson Medina has been in touch to let us know that Source Code will be released on September 30th under the title ‘Contra o Tempo’ (Against Time)
Thanks once again to our friend Jessie over in China, we have news that after it’s 30th August mainland Chinese cinema release, Source Code is on track (sorry) to top the Chinese box office chart in it’s first week… Continue reading Source Code Tops Chinese Mainland Box Office Chart
Source Code opens in China today, one of only 20 foreign films to open on the Chinese mainland due to a quota system currently in place. Things may change in the future, with up to 1,600 new cinema screens being added per year to service a growing appetite for both local, and foreign films (1). Even GERTY has seen the potential, with actor Kevin Spacey starring in entirely locally funded feature ‘Inseparable‘, where 50% of the dialogue will be in Mandarin (2).
So it seems, for the moment, Source Code is lucky to be one of the 20 foreign films screening this year, and thanks to meeting new friends on Twitter, it may be that Chinese fans have had something to do with it’s selection, and one fan in particular, who has been supporting Duncan Jones work since the 2009 release of MOON… Continue reading Chinese Fan Helps Spread The Word On MOON & Source Code
Source Code might not be out until 28 October in Japan but it had its first media screening a couple of days ago on 18 August.
With thanks to Rintaro Watanabe, who was at that screening, here’s a photo from the event. Happily but not surprisingly, Rintaro thoroughly enjoyed the film and Duncan Jones tweeted at him that he may be in Japan soon. On 28 October, perhaps?
Meanwhile, to mark the release of Source Code on DVD and blu ray in the UK, In Style has released this video which aims to explain the science behind the source code in under two minutes. An astrophysicist lends a hand. You can watch that here.
To mark the release of Source Code on DVD and blu ray in the UK this week, LoveFilm features a new interview with Duncan Jones. In it, Duncan talks a little about the contrast
of making Moon and Source Code, but he also speaks a little bit more about The Third Project. He even has an idea of cast. Duncan might not give much away but it does make one think about the type of actor that he would like to direct next. Read the interview here and, if you’re feeling lucky, there’s also a Source Code competition.
This one is hopefully going to be a summation of what I would love to make as a science fiction film – a little bit future set. Connected to the universe that is described in Moon, but a completely independent story. And also connected to a script I’ve been working on for a long time, Mute, which we’re doing in parallel as a graphic novel.
I will say that I have a particular cast in mind for a number of the characters, to help me give them a voice and write them in a way which is believable. I definitely have people I’d love to work with, and hopefully they’ll want to work with me too!
Also, just in case any directors might be thinking of giving their masterpieces a new lick of paint, Duncan mentions that the science fiction film that inspired him the most ‘always was’ Blade Runner.