The movie section of this week’s NOW is just packed with nifty people. I finally get to run my TIFF interview with Paddy Considine, writer-director of “Tyrannosaur”, and I talk to Joe Carnahan and Frank Grillo about their new venture “The Grey”, in which Liam Neeson applies his special set of skills to a pack of angry timber wolves.
Well, sort of. The movie being sold isn’t exactly the movie that gets bought, but I admire Carnahan for trying to do something different with the survival genre. Read the piece, you’ll understand.
Also, Rad talks to Philippe Falardeau, director of the TFCA-honored and newly Oscar-nominated “Monsieur Lazhar”. You’ll probably want to read that too.
Also also: Nicolas Cage! You know, for kids!