Books have been adapted for the big screen since the dawn of cinema, but the transition can be tricky—especially when the original is a uniquely dreamlike counter-cultural touchstone. Mood Indigo is Michel Gondry's latest feature film; he recently spoke with us about bringing the fantastic voyage of young love and…
Michel Gondry sucked us into his surreal world with movies like Be Kind Rewind and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Now he's back with Mood Indigo, an eye-popping fairy tale about a magic world where everything is mutable — except cancer.
This is a documentary about nothing less than how we perceive reality. It's from Michel Gondry, who directed the mind-melters Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and The Science of Sleep, and it stars controversial linguistics professor Noam Chomsky.
You probably didn't realize how much CG animation there is in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind — and not just in the big obvious scenes where stuff is vanishing. This VFX reel for Michel Gondry's masterpiece is an eye-opener.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind director Michel Gondry's new movie Mood Indigo looks like his long-awaited return to whimsy. The latest trailer is full of bubbles, kisses, flying cloud cars, and tiny drawer worlds.
Oh Michel Gondry, we've missed you so! The first trailer for the French filmmaker's new movie Mood Indigo is a fantastic return to the whimsical dreamy madness of Gondry's brain, starring the dazzling Audrey Tautou. Behold everything you love about Gondry's work, crammed into one short trailer.
When you're walking through the set of a Michel Gondry film you can't expect that everything is going to seem normal, or even make sense. Case in point, he's currently shooting an adaptation of Boris Vian's The Froth on the Daydream on location in France, where Yan-Alexandre snapped these photos of a series of utterly…
How has The Adjustment Bureau affected future Philip K. Dick movie adaptations? What's going on with Michel Gondry's Ubik? We chatted with the daughter of the legendary author, Isa Dick Hackett, about the secrets of filming Philip K. Dick.
Philip K. Dick's insanely complicated, mind-bending novel Ubik is being adapted by Michel Gondry. It's a match made in creepy alternate universe heaven. Clotted milk and stale cigarettes for everyone!
Imagine if you crossed Cheech and Chong's 1970s stoner masterpiece Up In Smoke with the gadget-enhanced asskickery of Batman Begins. Sounds like it could never work, right? But Seth Rogen's Green Hornet proves that it does. And it's surprisingly awesome.
When Sony announced that Michel Gondry was directing Green Hornet, many people joked that the superhero flick would be composed of cardboard and twine. But instead, Gondry treated the audience to a new POV-style of superhero ass-kicking: the awesome Kato-Vision.
We've seen the new trailer and 3D sneak preview for The Green Hornet, and we are digging how it balances comedy and action in an all-new kind of superhero movie. Plus exclusive thoughts from Seth Rogen and director Michel Gondry!
While chatting with Michel Gondry about all things Green Hornet we asked him when he was doing a space movie. Gondry said he'd love to, but his next movie takes place on Earth - in the future.
We're still not sold on Cameron Diaz as The Daily Sentinel's secretary — and Green Hornet's love interest — Lenore Case. Then again, we weren't sure about Rogen as a superhero, but we're warming to him. Check out Diaz's debut.
We've been talking a lot about whether or not Seth Rogen and Michel Gondry's Green Hornet will be a success. Now the first trailer is out — judge for yourselves!
Sony may have only just figured out that Seth Rogen looks nothing like the Green Hornet, but they're still going ahead with Michel Gondry's allegedly quirky take on the superhero. Check out the first ever pictures. What do you think?
Rumor has it Sony's upset that Seth Rogen and Michel Gondry turned in an ultra-campy Green Hornet movie. Um, they know they hired Seth Rogen and Michel Gondry, right? They're also reportedly perturbed that Rogen doesn't look the part.