Source Code

Source Code (BLU-RAY)

Source Code is the second film for up and coming director Duncan Jones, also known for being the son of David Bowie. His first movie was a fantastic sci-fi drama called Moon.  Here, he continues his sci-fi trend with an equally fantastic movie. ... Read more
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'Hop' Scores Winning $38.1 Million Opening

Universal's Easter-themed pic Hop far exceeded expectations in debuting to an estimated $38.1 million at the domestic box office, one of the best showings of 2011. But overseas, the CGI/live-action hybrid grossed a soft $7 million from 26 countries.... Read more
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Duncan Jones: The Interview (Source Code)

Shakefire sat down with Duncan Jones, director of the award winning sci-fi drama Moon to talk about his latest sci-fi adventure, Source Code.  Shakefire: How were you introduced to the project?... Read more
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Source Code

Eight minutes. That’s the amount of time you have to find out who planted a bomb on a subway train headed for Chicago before it explodes, killing everyone. The good news is that you can infinitely repeat the same eight minutes until you find the bomber.... Read more
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Source Code

Jake Gyllenhaal headlines this sci-fi time-travel thriller directed by Moon's Duncan Jones from a script by Ben Ripley and Billy Ray. A bomb explodes on a Chicago train, derailing the locomotive and killing hundreds.... Read more
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Gyllenhaal goes straight to 'Source'

Jake Gyllenhaal is in negotiations to star in sci-fi thriller "Source Code" for Vendome Pictures and the Mark Gordon Co. Duncan Jones will direct and Mark Gordon will produce with Vendome's CEO Philippe Rousselet and Jordan Wynn. Production is slated to begin during the first quarter.... Read more
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