The nominees for the 2016 Oscars have now been announced, and despite the welcome inclusion of Mad Max: Fury Road for Best Picture, there aren’t a lot of pleasant surprises in the mix. There are, however, some glaring omissions, as always. Here are the biggest.
Way back in the mists of time, Aaron Sorkin was approached by Pixar—in the form of Steve Jobs—to write an animated feature for the studio. It never materialized, but Sorkin’s still got that idea kicking around.
Before Clark Gregg was the mighty S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Phil Coulson, he cultivated his snappy banter as Special Agent Casper on The West Wing. And even though Gregg only appeared in eight episodes of Aaron Sorkin's series, Agent Casper is remembered for his ability to quip with the best of the White House staff. The…
Though it may not be science fiction, Facebook movie The Social Network does what all great SF does: It speculates about how new technologies are changing society. I've read through Aaron Sorkin's script, and it's a riveting amorality tale. Spoilers!