03.29.02 :: Panic Room Opens in North American theatres. Jodie Foster on The Rosie O'Donnell Show; Dwight Yoakam on Late, Late Show With Craig Kilborn; and E!'s Panic Room: Behind The Scenes Look airs (through the 31st).
03.27.02 :: Jodie Foster on Larry King Live. Dwight Yoakam on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Whole lotta new videos added to surveillance.
03.26.02 :: Jodie Foster on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Forest Whitaker on Last Call with Carson Daly
03.20.02 :: Added Extra interview (full) to surveillance, as well as two additional TV Spots.
03.19.02 :: 'Panic' Pays Off for Foster "A thinking-man's women-in-jeopardy picture, "Panic Room" does about as much as humanly possible with its deliberately restricted one-setting premise..." [Read the full article]
03.18.02 :: Jodie Foster on Extra.
03.17.02 :: American Cinematographer cover story on Panic Room: "Panic Room Raises Pulse Rates" (visit site).
03.16.02 :: New TV Spot (video) and 8 more pics added to surveillance, including 3 from the cover story in the March 2002 issue of Los Angeles Magazine. "There's a moment in director David Fincher's upcoming thriller, Panic Room, that shows why Jodie Foster got the lead role. Playing a newly divorced woman with a young daughter, Foster has just rented a huge Manhattan brownstone that has one unique feature: a hidden chamber build as a sanctuary in the even of a break-in. You know from the movie's title that something or someone will soon cause Foster and her daughter to take refuge there. Once they do, a breathless, freaked-out Foster looks straight into the camera, and you can see it, there in her alert blue eyes: a formidable intelligence that will save the day..." [read the article]
02.08.01 :: Premiere cover story. "'The book [Hannibal] was clear about who she had become, but i'm not sure I agreed with it. It's certainly Thomas Harris's invention, but — oh, I shouldn't go into this.' This happens a lot in conversation with Foster. Just as her brain revs up to racing velocity, something reminds her that speed is dangerous, that somebody could get hurt, and she hits the breaks. This time, though, she's already into the curve and..." [read the article (courtesy of Agent Starling's Jodie Foster Fan Page)]
02.08.01 :: Entertainment Weekly cover story. "It should have been good news. March 2001. David Fincher was five weeks into filming ''Panic Room,'' ...when his star Jodie Foster asked to speak privately with him and producer Cean Chaffin about an urgent matter..." [read more>]
02.07.02 :: Release date pushed back again, this time from March 8th to the 29th.