Project X (2012)
Project X Synopsis
"Project X" follows three seemingly anonymous high school seniors as they attempt to finally make a name for themselves. Their idea is innocent enough: let's throw a party that no one will forgetÖ but nothing could prepare them for this party. Word spreads quickly as dreams are ruined, records are blemished and legends are born. "Project X" is a warning to parents and police everywhere.
Project X Release Date
In Theaters March 2, 2012
Project X Credits
Starring: Miles Teller, Martin Klebba, Eddie Hassell, Thomas Mann, Alexis Knapp, Rick Shapiro
Written by: Michael Bacall, Matt Drake
Directed by: Nima Nourizadeh
Produced by: Todd Phillips
MPAA Rating: [ R ]
Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures
External Info: Project X Official Website
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Project X Is Getting A Sequel With A Pretty Obvious Title
A sequel to 2012's Project X has been ordered, and its title is really predictable.
by Gregory Wakeman May 21, 2015 comments
Project X And Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol Top 2012 Most Pirated Movies List
From a domestic box office perspective, The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises and The Hunger Games were the winners in 2012, with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 and Skyfall coming in fourth and fifth respectively. The latter two spots on the list are more impressive when you consider that both films have only been out for a month or so. Regardless, these films raked in the dough, but only two of them made the Top 10 list of most pirated movies of 2012.
by Kelly West December 27, 2012 comments
Project X Star In Talks For Grown Ups 2
The young stars of the frantic found footage flick Project X have been launched. Already Thomas Mann has been offered roles in the buzzed about supernatural romance Beautiful Creatures as well as the Will Ferrell-produced coming-of-age comedy King Dork. And now, Mann's Project X co-star Oliver Cooper has entered into negotiations for a major role on the feature of another SNL alum.
by Kristy Puchko March 29, 2012 comments
Project X Star Thomas Mann Joins Supernatural Romance Beautiful Creatures
With the inevitable talk of a Project X sequel starting up, that movie's stars may find themselves busy once again playing high schoolers before they know it. So before Michael Bacall can finish his treatment for Project X 2, star Thomas Mann is smart to move on to something different-- very, very different
by Katey Rich March 7, 2012 comments
Project X Sequel In Development
With the party film's having a moderately successful opening weekend, in which it opened at number two and made $21 million, Warner Bros. has brought back screenwriter Michael Bacall - who co-wrote the first film with Matt Drake - to create a treatment for a potential Project X 2. The movie's future will depend on producers Todd Phillips and Joel Silver, who, it seems, would return for a potential sequel.
by Eric Eisenberg March 6, 2012 comments
Weekend Box Office: Tree-Hugging Lorax Chops Down One Record After Another
The Lorax... a record breaker? Given its bland marketing and so-so response from critics it was unlikely, but if Sunday's estimated numbers are proven correct, the CG rendition of Dr. Seuss story will not only be the top opening of the year so far, it will also have narrowly received the highest ever opening for a non-sequel animated film.
by Scott Gwin March 4, 2012 comments
The Lorax Dominates Friday Box Office With $17.5 Million Start
Despite some questionable tie-ins with corporate sponsors like SUV manufacturers and some negative reviews (including our own), the movie made $17.4 million on Friday, and is on track for a $60 million weekend. If those numbers don't sound like they add up, bear in mind that family-friendly movies do crazy business during matinees on Saturday and Sunday
by Katey Rich March 3, 2012 comments
Rental Confusion: Project X And 7 More Movie Titles To Avoid Mixing Up
Wait, so Project X Ė which opens in theaters on March 2 Ė doesnít star Matthew Broderick as a rule-breaking Air Force pilot who needs Helen Huntís help to save a research-lab-full of chimpanzees from radiation poisoning? Man, is my Netflix queue going to be confused in a few months when the bawdy, found-footage teen party comedy of the same name makes its way to home video
by Sean O'Connell March 2, 2012 comments
Project X Director Nima Nourizadeh Talks The Future Of Found Footage
Here on Cinema Blend weíve talked a lot about the future of found footage films. In fact, it was just a few weeks ago that Katey Rich and I sat down and had one of our great debates about the style, both seeing its potential and fearing what studios would do with the low-risk-high-reward nature of it all. But what do found footage filmmakers think about the prospects of the sub-genre?
by Eric Eisenberg March 1, 2012 comments
The 10 Movie Parties We Most Want To Attend
Sure the party in Project X looks depraved, from the midget in the oven to the naked girls in the pool, but any good movie fan knows that cinema history is crammed full of parties you want to attend, whether for the glamour factor or the awesome story you'd have when you got through the night
by CB Staff March 1, 2012 comments
This Rotten Week: Predicting Project X And The Lorax Reviews
Tonight being the Oscars and all, Iím a little worried about This Rotten Week getting lost in the noise of the red carpet and The Artistís acceptance speeches. Thatís why I make a plea with all you reader(s) out there: Let us not get caught up in the past
by Doug Norrie February 26, 2012 comments
Project X Red Band Commercial Hints At The Comedy's Raunchy Laughs
Iím a parent, so yeah, this terrifies me. One day, Iíll be that hapless, all-too-knowing father leaving the house for my idiot kids to trash. Itís a rite of passage, and so are house-party comedies like this. The novelty appears to be the use of hand-helds and the whole found-footage approach, which is wearing a little thin as it tries to mask the fact that weíre basically just seeing a movie weíve seen multiple times before.
by Sean O'Connell February 24, 2012 comments
Losers Turn Into Legends In New Trailer For Project X
Everyone loves a good party. There's nothing better than a stress-free environment, all of your friends, great music, and flowing beer. There is a fine line, however, between a great party and an out-of-control party, and once you cross that line there's no turning back. Things can escalate to the point that people are driving cars into swimming pools or firing off flamethrowers, and once you reached that point things are only going to get worse and worse.
by Eric Eisenberg January 19, 2012 comments
Project X Trailer Shows A Party With Teens Gone Wild
When I was a kid, Project X was a movie starring Matthew Broderick and Helen Hunt about chimpanzees being used as test-subjects by the military. Produced by Todd Phillips (Old School, The Hangover films), the 2012 film Project X is most definitely not a remake of an '80's film about monkeys, although animals do appear in this trailer.
by Kelly West November 2, 2011 comments
Sly Stallone's Bullet To The Head, Todd Phillips' Project X Land New Release Dates
Warner Bros. continues to fill out its 2012 release schedule, setting opening dates for two anticipated titles from Todd Phillips and Sylvester Stallone. No, Sly and the Hangover director arenít working together (yet), but both are in business with WB and will back studio efforts early next year.
by Sean O'Connell August 24, 2011 comments
A Bunch Of Unknowns Cast, As Promised, In Todd Phillips' Project X
The lucky newcomers are Miles Teller, Oliver Cooper, Jonathan Daniel Brown, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Dax Flame, Nichole O'Connor, Thomas Mann and Alexis Knapp
by Katey Rich July 2, 2010 comments
Submit Your Audition Tape For Todd Phillips' Project X
So, America's youth, what are you waiting for? Remember that Christopher Mintz-Plasse, a.k.a. McLovin', was discovered right out of high school as well. Awkward fame can be yours!
by Katey Rich April 20, 2010 comments
Todd Phillips Planning Secret Comedy Project Before The Hangover 2
Director Todd Phillips is finishing up his fall comedy Due Date and planning to shoot The Hangover 2 last this year, but apparently that's not keeping him busy enough
by Katey Rich April 12, 2010 comments
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