Once again, the East Village’s two Christmas traditions, SantaCon and Unsilent Night, are happening on the same day. UnsilentaCon will be upon us Dec. 12!
Following a backlash against its decision to shelve The Interview in light of an aggressive hacking campaign, Sony is now releasing the film in a select number of willing theaters. One of them, the Alamo Drafthouse in Yonkers, just put tickets on sale for showings from Christmas through New Year’s Day.
All of the screenings except for the New Year’s Eve one are at midnight: the December 31 showing is at 10:35am.
It’s 86 degrees out and there’s snow on Rivington Street, proving what we already know: Hollywood cares not for trifling realities such as seasons. This can only mean that Seth Rogen’s “UNTITLED XMAS PROJECT” has made its landing on the Lower East Side.
Signs on Avenue B indicate that an “Untitled Xmas Project” will be filming on the avenue tomorrow at 6 p.m.
Could it be Jonathan Levine’s Christmas film, starring the Seth Rogen alongside Joseph Gordon Levitt, Anthonie Mackie and Lizzy Caplan? After all, the movie recently started filming in New York, by the looks of photos of the Apatow acolyte sporting an elfish ginger beard.
The last time I went to an art gallery, my main complaint was there weren’t enough pictures of Atreyu from The Never-Ending Story.
There will be several of them at a show of artwork inspired by cult movies, opening tonight.