“The fucking Ziegfeld!” Darren Aronofsky blustered as soon as he could get his hands on the microphone. The excitement was merited: Aronofsky, director of enormously hyped potential Oscar darling Black Swan, was premiering his film at the gold standard of New York movie pavilions. It was also something of a homecoming (“Brooklyn, what up!” he Read More
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