April 20, 2006
Interview With "Brick" Director Rian Johnson
A film noir set at a contemporary high school, "Brick" is a strange, tough little movie, a throwback to the days of Sam Spade that utilizes its young actors to startling effect. In addition to being audaciously entertaining, "Brick" reveals some fundamental truths about the difficulties of the teen years.
March 6, 2006
Check Out Exclusive Photos From "Brick"
Rian Johnson won last year's Sundance Jury Prize for Originality of Vision with "Brick," his teenage film noir starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt -- and we've got the first few exclusive photos from the pic, here.
June 27, 2005
Paramount and MTV Films to Go "Beneath" Together
Paramount Classics and MTV Films will join forces for the first time to bring the psychological thriller "Beneath" to the big screen, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The story focuses on "Christy, whose beautiful older sister is disfigured in a brutal car accident, in which Christy was the driver. Haunted by visions of the accident, Christy returns home after years away only to find that her most disturbing visions are both real and predictive."