Your Search Returned 64 tagged news reports
Filming is underway on the David Foster Wallace biopic The End of the Tour , offering a glimpse of Jason Segel stepping into the role of the Infinite Jest author. Segel wears Foster Walllace's trademark bandana and glasses in the image, which comes
Jason Segel Newly launched sales/financing banner Fortitude International will be selling "The End of the Tour" at EFM. Anonymous Content and Modern Man Films are also producing the pic, which the recently launched Fortitude International will be
12/12/2013 3:41 pm EST Follow: Jason Segel is best known for conjuring up laughs in movies like "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and on the long-running television series "How I Met Your Mother," but his newest role is decidedly less jocular.
Today in castings that make you go "hmmmm" in a way that is maybe more intrigued than skeptical (obviously a routinely updated news category), Jason Segel you may remember his dick will play the mercurial author David Foster Wallace in a new movie
We audiobook listeners have grown accustomed to the condescending smirks of friends, and even spouses, who believe real reading is something done only with the eyes and paper or, perhaps, some concede, with a Kindle or other e-reader. And since you
November 7, 2013 Graphic novel imprint Fantagraphics has l aunched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $150,000 by Dec...The company's finances were put in jeopardy last summer, following the death of publisher Kim Thompson. Thirteen books planned for
It is an interesting book which takes place as Lipsy drives Wallace around for five days in 1996 on the book tour for Wallace's magnum opus, "Infinite Jest." Reading the book in view of Wallace's 2008 suicide offers insight into the problems that
Subscribe Now Newsletter Subscription Get our free newsletters that cover the intersection of media, marketing and technology...This Is Water, a cinematic interpretation of Wallace's bleak-yet-inspiring 2005 commencement address at Kenyon College,
ET Last night's 'Parks and Rec' was an extended homage to 'Infinite Jest' by Hillary Busis Newsflash: There was more to yesterday's episode of Parks and Recreation than Ron getting sued and guest appearances by Annabeth Gish and J.K.
His constant struggles both against depression and for truth pervade his writings. Some consider his works to be marred by highbrow intellectualism and a tendency toward long-windedness, but his advocates argue that these are more than compensated