Dead Mans Bones has an online store. You can buy t-shirts and the music there. Check it out!
Good news to hear something about this film. It is long over due to be released. On a slight downside Blue Valentines rights have been bought by Weinstein.
Director Andrew Jarecki (“Capturing the Friedmans”) has cut a deal to get the domestic theatrical rights to his feature debut “All Good Things” from the Weinstein Co. and is looking for a new U.S. distributor for the movie.
“All Good Things,” starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst is inspired by the true story of Robert Durst, the scion of a wealthy New York family who was acquitted of killing his neighbor and whose first wife vanished into thin air. Durst at one point took to dressing as a woman, and he has provided plenty of fodder for the New York tabloids over the years. Jarecki has brought the same meticulous approach to “All Good Things” that he used with the critically acclaimed documentary “Capturing the Friedmans,” which was about a New York family that is rocked by accusations of pedophilia. The director spent years investigating all aspects of the case, and the movie spans about three decades of Durst’s life.
“All Good Things” was filmed in 2008. There was talk that it was headed for a fall 2009 release, but that never materialized. There have been debates between Jarecki and the Weinstein Co. for some time about how best to release the movie.
“We had a different strategy for how we wanted to release the picture,” said David Glasser, a senior executive at the Weinstein Co. who also oversees distribution. “He purchased the rights back,” Glasser said, adding that, “this is not something we normally or traditionally do.”
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Jarecki, who founded Moviefone, spent several million dollars to regain the U.S. rights. Weinstein Co. paid $6 million to $8 million for the film, a person familiar with the situation said.
While the Weinstein Co. will not release the movie in the U.S., it did keep international rights for the film, as well as the basic cable television rights. Jarecki got the pay television rights back.
“It was very amicable and friendly,” Glasser said.
Jarecki’s team at Creative Artists Agency have been meeting with potential distributors and hope to have a deal in place shortly.
Sorry for the delay on these gallery additions but I totally missed them. Anyway, two new sets have been added in our gallery. The first set is from March 2 at a Lakers Game with a friend. The second set is from March 5 of Ryan attending the 82nd Academy Awards Foreign Language Film Award Directors Reception.
Candids > 2010 > The Lakers Game with a friend 03/02
Public Appearances > 2010 > Foreign Language Film Award Directors Reception – 03/06
I can’t see it, but hopefully it is true.
Warner Bros. has tapped Ryan Gosling to star opposite Steve Carell in its untitled comedy about a father dealing with a marital crisis.
Gosling will play a suave best friend of Carell’s character, whose life unravels as he tries to manage his relationship with his children. The team of John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (“I Love You Phillip Morris”) is helming the spec script by “Bolt” scribe Dan Fogelman.
Pic’s produced by Denise Di Novi and Carell’s Carousel banner, with Charlie Hartsock and Vance DeGeneres exec producing.
Gosling stars opposite Michelle Williams in writer-director Derek Cianfrance’s relationship drama “Blue Valentine,” which TWC picked up at Sundance. He’s also starring with Kirsten Dunst in mystery romance “All Good Things.”
Pitchfork has four Dead Mans Bones behind the scenes videos on their site.
They are very entertaining, a wonderful watch and inside look at The Dead Mans Bones tour this past Fall (2009)
Ryan was seen two times in the last few days. I’ve added both sets in out gallery. The first set is taken the day before valentine’s day: Ryan was seen with Hilary Rowland. The second set is from yesterday.
Candids > 2010 > Having dinner with Hilary Rowland at Chateau Marmont – 02/13
Public Appearances > 2010 > Arraving at Chateau Marmont – 02/15