After Hours: Wolfgang Petersen To Adapt Old Man’s War, House Spoofs Pulp Fiction And More

After Hours, just what is After Hours, well it is a movie column named after one of my favorite Martin Scorsese films. After Hours will feature any movie news we might have missed during the day. After all we are human.

Sony Pictures Classics has unveiled four new posters for Pedro Almodovar’s The Skin That I Inhabit.
You can view full images of these posters at the website.

Entertainment Weekly has released an article ranking the 25 Greatest Working Directors. I can tell you one thing, all my directors made this list, just don’t ask me to rank them.

25. Wes Anderson
24. Mike Leigh
23. Brad Bird
22. J.J. Abrams
21. Spike Lee
20. Edgar Wright
19. Peter Jackson
18. James Cameron
17. David Lynch
16. David O. Russell
15. Kathryn Bigelow
14. Danny Boyle
13. Roman Polanski
12. Guillermo del Toro
11. Paul Thomas Anderson
10. Pedro Almodóvar
9. Clint Eastwood
8. Terrence Malick
7. Quentin Tarantino
6. Joel & Ethan Coen
5. Darren Aronofsky
4. Martin Scorsese
3. Steven Spielberg
2. Christopher Nolan
1. David Fincher

Patrick Wilson and James Marsden will star in the thriller Loft, a remake of a 2008 Belgian film, reports Variety.

Paramount Pictures has announced that they will produce a remake of Soapdish with Ben Schwartz penning the screenplay and Alan Greisman returning to produce. (THR)


Wolfgang Petersen is attached to direct the John Scalzi novel series Old Man’s War with David Self adapting the script. (Deadline)

A 75-year old man decides to go through a procedure to switch out his decrepit body in for a younger more agile body. Those who go through the procedure will be forced to live the remainder of their lives on a distant human colony. Injured in battle, the man is tended to by a woman who looks like his wife. However the person does not recognize who he is which causes him to abandon his unit and try to do anything to convince the woman that she is the love of his life.

In the latest episode of House M.D. Dr. House talks about a previous encounter he had like it was from a scene from Pulp Fiction.