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[08.11.2004] Bei DavisDVD.com gibt es ein Infos zur US-DVD des "Director's Cut"...
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced Donnie Darko: Director's Cut for release on February 15th, 2005. The two-disc set will feature a new 2.35:1 anamorphic transfer with Dolby Digital 5.1 and 2.0 Surround tracks. Extras will include an audio commentary with writer/director Richard Kelly and Kevin Smith, "They Made Me Do It Too" documentary on the cult of Donnie Darko, "#1 Fan: A Darkomentary" documentary, a production diary with optional commentary by Director of Photography Steven Poster, storyboard-to-screen featurette and a trailer for the director's cut. Retail will be $26.98.

[12.09.2004] Bei AICN gibt es ein Interview mit Richard Kelly...

[24.07.2004] Bei SF Wire gibt es ein Interview mit Richard Kelly...

[12.06.2004] Bei HNR gibt es ein Interview mit Richard Kelly...

[01.06.2004] Bei AICN gibt es weitere Kritiken zum "Director's Cut"... Zwischenzeitlich gibt es auf der Offiziellen Website auch den "Donnie Darko: Director's Cut" Trailer !!!

[31.05.2004] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zum "Director's Cut"...

[28.05.2004] Bei About.com gibt es ein Interview mit Richard Kelly, der natürlich auch über den "Director's Cut" plaudert...
[...] For me, it’s not about coming in and fixing what isn’t broken. It’s more about expanding. There were definitely some plot holes and some characters arcs that weren’t fulfilled, I think, in the theatrical cut. I think we’ve been able to go in and sort of complete those arcs and also fill the plot holes with a lot of information that was there and tied into the plot. There were also blueprints for things that I wanted to put in the film that got put off to the side when we realized that we had a two-hour running time restriction and we didn’t have enough money when we were finishing the theatrical cut. It really let me go in and complete the story in more detail. It’s like I said, this by no means nullifies the theatrical cut of the film because I am very proud of the film. [...]
By no means is it the Sundance cut. This is something far beyond the Sundance cut. Certainly you’re going to see some of the scenes that were on the DVD as deleted scenes. You’re definitely going to see some of those back in the cut, but there are also some scenes that I purposely left off the DVD. There’s also some new material that no one has seen before, in terms of some of the visual effects sequences in the film. I think what you’re also seeing is a lot of the elements, some of which appear on the website in the information within the pages of "The Philosophy of Time Travel," along with some of the deleted scenes and the new visual effects sequences, that all organically tie the story together in a way that I believe is more elegant and more fluid and, I hope, more satisfying to audiences. The Director’s Cut sort of emerges as this science fiction epic, in a way, that was made on a very small, independent budget. [...]


[24.05.2004] SF Wire sprach mit Mr. Gyllenhaal über den "Director's Cut"...

[18.05.2004] Bei Latino Review gibt es ein Interview mit Jena Malone...

[08.05.2004] Bei Richard-Kelly.net gibt es das Teaser-Poster zum "Director's Cut"...

[23.04.2004] Empire Online sprach mit Richard Kelly über seinen "Director's Cut"...
[...] Some of the new material was on the DVD release but you're adding footage that you originally held back. Did you always have a Director's Cut in mind?
When I made the DVD the first time around I knew that it was going to be a compromised DVD at best - in terms of the packaging. On the first Region 1 DVD I did finagle my way in with the programmers though and we worked with means well beyond our budget 'cause they were fans of the film. But in the back of my mind I did think that maybe one day I'd get to do a director's cut so I saved some stuff that would be a real surprise for people. In hindsight I'm glad that I did as this material is stuff that even people who've seen the DVD thirty times will still be surprised by.
Can you give us any specifics on the new material?
I kind of want to leave it as a surprise but I will say that this it will be worth the price of admission - it's not trying to cash-in on the fan-base, it's a wholly new theatrical experience. It will expand the meaning of the film and offer more clues and more solutions to the puzzle and create an additional layer of mystery for the audience. There really is a tremendous amount of new material - some of which will surprise even the most die-hard fans. One thing I am really excited about is the new sound. I was really unhappy with the mix that we had in the first cut. We never really had time to go in properly and design the sound. We can go back and really get it right this time. I'm very excited about the new sonic elements of the film. [...]


[22.04.2004] HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
"Donnie Darko" is getting a new theatrical release. Newmarket Films, which originally released the film, is unveiling a director's cut at the Seattle Film Festival on May 29. "Darko" premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival and was released in theaters that fall. The new version will have 20 minutes of never-before-seen footage, new visual effects, and new music. After the festival, Newmarket plans to release the film theatrically in Seattle before moving into other markets later in the summer. "We felt like it was a project unfinished, and there is such a hungry audience for this movie," said Newmarket partner Bob Berney. "Darko" grossed just $515,545 at the domestic boxoffice but has since gained a following on DVD where it has grossed more than $10 million domestically. "Even though I am proud of the theatrical version of the film, I've always felt that the story was somewhat compromised in order to come in under two hours," said "Darko" writer-director Richard Kelly. "With this version I feel like I've finally been able to complete the film."

[20.04.2004] Bloody-Disgusting meldet...
Variety reports that coming this July to theaters from Newmarket Films is Richard Kelly's brilliant film, Donnie Darko: Director's Cut, which stars the great Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal! This Sci-Fi film about time travel has become a cult classic over the past year or so and is one of the most popular and discussed movies on Bloody-Disgusting's forums. "Highschooler Donnie (Jake) is plagued by visions of a giant evil rabbit who orders him to commit acts of violence and predicts the impending end of the world."

[09.12.2003] Die NZ hat eine Kritik zur "Donnie Darko" Leih-DVD veröffentlicht...

[04.11.2003] Inmitten der Veröffentlichungstermin-Änderungen bei FilmJerk.com gibt es einen interessanten Eintrag...
[...] Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut (Newmarket): Scheduled to open Summer 2004 TBD [...]

[22.10.2003] AICN meldet...
[...] Richard Kelly, writer-director of Donnie Darko, attended a special screening in San Diego where he announced an upcoming book and Todd McFarlane figurine based on the 2001 cult classic, as well as a potential theatrical re-release in March of 2004. [...]

[11.08.2003] Bei "hollowcube.com" gibt es eine DVD-Kritik von Michael E. Gunn...

[27.06.2003] Bei accessAtlanta gibt es ein Interview mit Richard Kelly und zwei Wahrheiten...
1. The love-versus-fear classroom task. It isn't fiction. It really happened to writer-director Richard Kelly.
2. Cherita Chen, the film's Asian character, was a distinct homage to "Fargo."


[20.06.2003] Bei accessAtlanta gibt es eine Kritik (Grade: A)...

[03.05.2003] TonyStuff.co.uk liefert Erklärungen, die bei der Auseinandersetzung mit dem Film hilfreich sein können... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!

[10.04.2003] Bei Locus Online gibt es eine Kritik von Lawrence Person...

[25.10.2002] Bei BBC.co.uk gibt es eine Kritik...
[...] Donnie Darko is the type of film that is destined to be watched - over and over again - by a generation of students at three in the morning. [...]

[30.08.2002] Bei Temporary-Insanity.com gibt es über 300 grossformatige Screenshots aus dem Film...

[24.02.2002] Bei CHUD gibt es eine DVD-Kritik (8.4/10)...
[...] Though "Donnie Darko" is a completely different genre, like last year's "Moulin Rouge" it seems the sort of film people will either embrace or despise. Me, I thought it was a pretty hypnotic journey. [...]

[13.02.2002] Bei "GENRE II" gibt es eine DVD-Kritik...

[25.01.2002] Bei InformIT.com gibt es einen Artikel von Curt Cloninger...
donniedarkofilm.com is a promotional site for a surrealistic Hollywood horror film, but you'd hardly know that it was a commercial site at all. Basically, Artisan Entertainment told U.K. experimental Web design studio hi-res to do whatever it wanted. [...]

[20.01.2002] In der Yahoo! Group "donniedarko2" gibt es Hilfe für alle verzweifelten DonnieDarkoFilm.com-Besucher...

[26.10.2001] Heute startet "Donnie Darko" in den US-Kinos...

[09.08.2001] Im "Fantasy FilmFest Archiv" gibt es Kritiken zu "Donnie Darko"...


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