Hitchcock SynopsisHitchcock is a love story about one of the most influential filmmakers of the last century, Alfred Hitchcock and his wife and partner Alma Reville. The film takes place during the making of Hitchcock’s seminal movie Psycho.
Hitchcock Release Date
In Theaters November 23, 2012
Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, Danny Huston, Toni Collette, Jessica Biel, Michael Stuhlbarg, James D'Arcy, Michael Wincott, Richard Portnow, and Kurtwood Smith
Written by: John J. McLaughlin
Directed by: Sacha Gervasi
Produced by: Ivan Reitman, Tom Pollock, Joe Medjuck, Tom Thayer, and Alan Barnette
MPAA Rating: [ PG-13 ]
Distributor: Fox Searchlight Pictures
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Hitchcock Director Sacha Gervasi Explains What Anvil And Mrs. Hitchcock Have In Common
Gervasi's high energy and warm humor can be felt throughout Hitchcock, and as he spoke a mile a minute about the legendary filmmaker, film, and Alma Reville the influential figure it pulls from the shadows, his enthusiasm is positively infectious. When I asked him casually how his day of press was going, Gervasi smiled broadly and exclaimed, " I'm having a fucking good time!" From that moment, I knew he and I would get along famously.
by Kristy Puchko November 21, 2012 comments
James D'Arcy On Becoming The Boy Next Door Who Went Psycho In Hitchcock
When Anthony Perkins was cast in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, he seemed like and unlikely candidate to play the murderous Norman Bates. At the time, the sweet-faced Perkins with boy-next-store good looks was being groomed by the studio system to be a dreamboat matinee idol in the vein of James Dean. But by signing on to Psycho, Perkins changed the course of his career and forever bound his image to that of the tempestuous and tormented Norman Bates.
by Kristy Puchko November 19, 2012 comments
Toni Collette On Hitchcock And The Shocking Moment With Anthony Hopkins On Set
Though it's now considered one of Alfred Hitchcock's masterworks, Psycho was initially deemed a risky prospect by everyone in Hollywood, even Hitch's most ardent supporters like his wife Alma Reville and his devoted assistant Peggy Robertson. The struggle to get Psycho made is the focus of the new film Hitchcock
by Kristy Puchko November 19, 2012 comments
Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To Life Of Pi, Hitchcock & Silver Linings Playbook
For the Thanksgiving holiday, we looked to Life Of Pi, Hitchcock, & Silver Linings Playbook for inspiration, and so have provided a selection of fantastical tales, scandalous showbiz stories, and loony love yarns for your home viewing entertainment.
by Kristy Puchko November 16, 2012 comments
Hitchcock Clip Gets Titillating With A Showering Scarlett Johansson
Now that Fox Searchlight has begun teasing Johansson’s take on Leigh, I want to see more of Jessica Biel’s Vera Miles and James D’Arcy’s Anthony Perkins. How much of Hitchcock will be behind-the-scenes Psycho footage, and how much will be at-home-with-the-conflicted-genius?
by Sean O'Connell November 14, 2012 comments
International Hitchcock Trailer Reveals The Fight For Psycho
In the new biopic Hitchcock, director Sacha Gervasi unveils the struggles Hitch and his wife and most trusted collaborator Alma Reville faced in bringing Psycho to life. Of course today, this is arguably Hitchcock's best-known effort, but in 1959 it seemed too ghastly and too strange to get support from the studio system for which Hitchcock had made millions.
by Kristy Puchko November 9, 2012 comments
Hitchcock Featurette Takes You Inside A Master's Marriage
Alfred Hitchcock is famous as one of the few directors from the studio era of Hollywood to truly put his own stamp on this movies, to the point that audiences would flock to films because his name was on it, not because of his many attractive stars. But Hitchcock's works can also be credited to his partnership and longtime marriage with Alma Reville
by Katey Rich November 8, 2012 comments
Watch Anthony Hopkins Stab Scarlett Johansson In This New Clip From Hitchcock
Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho is unquestionably one of the greatest horror films to ever be made, and no conversation about Psycho is complete without mention of the shower scene, right? The death of Janet Leigh in the first act of the movie is one of the most iconic in history, so naturally it's going to play a part in director Sacha Gervasi's new film Hitchcock, which chronicles the making of the classic. And that very scene is at the center of a new promo that's been released by Fox Searchlight.
by Eric Eisenberg November 1, 2012 comments
Helen Mirren Gets Increased Exposure In Sweet New Hitchcock Poster
Less than a month ago, the publicity department behind Sacha Gervasi’s Hitchcock released a pretty sweet theatrical poster that splintered members of the cast in an apparent homage to one of the original Psycho posters. While visually appealing and oddly awesome, it had one clear downside: it mistakenly downplayed the importance of Helen Mirren to the film by putting her in the bottom right hand corner.
by Mack Rawden October 30, 2012 comments
Anthony Hopkins As Alfred Hitchcock Warns You Not To Text In Theaters
Before we even get into the video in question, I want to address the inherent irony. This is a PSA recorded by Anthony Hopkins, in character as Alfred Hitchcock as he will be in the upcoming film Hitchcock, that is airing in movie theaters and warning moviegoers not to text or use their phones during the film
by Katey Rich October 16, 2012 comments
First Hitchcock Trailer Reveals Anthony Hopkins Channeling Alfred Hitchcock
Recently slated for a release date in the thick of awards season, the Fox Searchlight drama Hitchcock is suddenly looking like a much bigger deal than we might have expected-- and the first trailer for the film is plenty of evidence why. Starring Anthony Hopkins as the titular, legendary director, with Helen Mirren as his wife Alma
by Katey Rich October 10, 2012 comments
New Hitchcock Poster Splinters The Cast
Alfred Hitchcock movies almost always had memorable poster designs, fro the brilliance of Saul Bass' Vertigo design to the illustration of Tippi Hedren under attack for The Birds, his film has a special place in the history of film art. Fair or not, this puts a degree of pressure on the upcoming Sacha Gervasi movie Hitchcock, a biopic about the director during the time he was making Psycho.
by Eric Eisenberg October 9, 2012 comments
See Scarlett Johannson, Jessica Biel And More In First Images From Hitchcock
If you're not familiar with the Psycho story-- and if not, please see that movie before this one comes out!-- Janet Leigh (Johansson) plays the ostensible heroine, who skips down with some stolen cash and decides to hang out in the Bates Motel. But thanks to supremely creepy hotel owner Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins, played by James D'arcy)
by Katey Rich October 8, 2012 comments
Hitchcock To Open This Year's AFI Fest
AFI Fest regularly gets some pretty fantastic titles to play during their gala events. Last year brought Steve McQueen's Shame, Michael Hazanavicius' The Artist, Roman Polanski's Carnage, Simon Curtis' My Week With Marilyn and more to the famous Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, and now we've learned of a world premiere that will be happening at this year's festival.
by Eric Eisenberg September 27, 2012 comments
Anthony Hopkins Shows Cutting-Edge Fashion Sense On Hitchcock Poster
Directed by Sacha Gervasi, Hitchcock will detail the struggles—both personal and professional—that the filmmaker faced while creating Psycho. Tackling sexual taboos and offering unforgettable violence, the film struggled to secure financing and caused a stir before it ever hit theaters, forcing Hitch to fight censorship at every turn. But he fought to get the cut he believed in, making Hitchcock a tale of one man's persistence of vision.
by Kristy Puchko September 20, 2012 comments
Tippi Hedren Admits She's Apprehensive About The Birds Movie With Sienna Miller
We’ve also got The Girl coming up, which focuses on the filmmaker’s notoriously tumultuous relationship with The Birds’ star, Tippi Hedren. Hitchcock is long gone, so clearly star Toby Jones won’t be able to collaborate with his real-life counterpart, but Sienna Miller has had the pleasure of working with Hedren
by Perri Nemiroff April 21, 2012 comments
First Look At Anthony Hopkins As A Dead Ringer For Alfred Hitchcock
It seems that Hitchcock will be telling a fairly sprawling story about all the people working behind the scenes of the film, so despite the title it's not just going to be Hopkins's show. So if that's the case, are they going to release images of everyone in character?
by Katey Rich April 18, 2012 comments
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