Tuesday, September 27, 2011
The reboot of 'Footloose' doesn't emerge in theaters for the next 2 days, but that doesn't mean Vital can't have the ball moving forward some pre-release hype. The studio introduced on Tuesday that it's going to offer free tests in the Craig Maker-directed film within the united states . States and Canada. Scheduled for NY, La, Washington D.C., San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, Boston, Might, Miami, Philadelphia and Sacramento, the 'Footloose' tests can happen on Friday. After, fans are advised to tweet individuals reviews -- embargoes be damned for your one! The completely new version of 'Footloose' stars Kenny Wormald, Julianne Hough and Dennis Quaid. Search for this in theaters on March. 14. (Though you will have to pay to find out then it.) [via THR] 16 Approaching Movie Remakes You can't seem to visit every day without hearing a completely new Hollywood remake. Ahead, a brief report on 16 films headed to theaters, again, soon. FootlooseWarGamesThe Wild BunchTop GunTotal RecallTeenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesShort CircuitRoboCopJudge DreddHighlanderThe CrowA Star is BornOldboyRed DawnPoint BreakDirty Dancing See All Moviefone Galleries »
Thursday, September 22, 2011
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- A stunning and glowing Beyonce stepped out in NY on Wednesday to launch her new fragrance, Beyonce Pulse. Typically, the superstar artist is a very private person, but when Access Hollywood guest correspondent Jill Martin sat down with her, Beyonce opened up about her other big news (her pregnancy!) and how she came up with the idea to reveal her baby bump at the MTV Video Music Awards last month. You know, I dreamt it, actually, Beyonce told Jill of the inspiration behind her pregnancy announcement. There were so many rumors about me being pregnant every three months for the past couple of years I thought the best way and classiest way was to just show it. And my husband and I have been together for 10 years, so I guess people felt a part of it and it makes me feel really good, she added. Following Beyonces big reveal at the end of her VMAs performance, cameras cut to a shot of her husband, Jay-Z, in the audience along with Kanye West, as the two rappers jumped up and down and cheered in celebration. Although the proud, soon-to-be daddys enthusiasm was seen by millions, Beyonce said she missed the endearing moment. I couldnt see that in real life, but I did see it on a bunch of TV specials, the 30-year-old singer said. You couldnt escape it, so it was nice! As for motherhood, B said she feels shes been preparing for this moment for years. I just feel like everything Ive been through in my life is all for right now, she told Jill. So hopefully life will continue to get better, and Ill continue to get stronger and be an incredible mother. Beyonce was solo at the launch party for her third fragrance, but both she and Jay-Z were very involved in creating Pulse. I wear it, I live with it for about six months, and we tweak, she revealed, when asked about her creative process. I make sure its long lasting. And I make sure I get my compliments from everyone from my fans to my husband, she added with a laugh. Copyright 2011 by NBC Universal, Inc. All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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Friday, September 16, 2011
"Silk" Gold Circle Films has hired Marko King, Mary King and Jonathan Watters, the scribe trio who helped write the Halle Berry drama Frankie & Alice, to write the American remake of Taiwanese supernatural thriller Silk. The 2006 film was a yarn about scientists who capture the ghost of a child in an apartment and the detective charged with discovering clues to the ghost's identity and demise. Gold Circle is re-conceiving the film and is departing from the original's plot. Although it keeping the new story under wraps, the project is being described as "Michael Crichton meets The Sixth Sense." Gold Circle's Paul Brooks will produce along with Rob Cowan (The Crazies). Robin Jonas (Mr. Brooks) and Gold Circle's Scott Niemeyer will executive produce. Brad Kessell, who originally brought the project and brought in the writers, is shepherding. The company is in post on horror movie The Haunting in Georgia and is in pre-production on the music-based comedy Pitch Perfect, which will star Anna Kendrick. King, King and Watters (which sounds like a law firm) wrote the screenplay for Frankie & Alice along with Cheryl Edwards, Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse. The movie earned Berry a Golden Globe nomination and the writers and Image Award nomination. King, King and Watters are repped by the Mechanic Company and attorney Eric Feig. International Asia
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CW"The Vampire Diaries" Against repeats and and a reality series, the CW continued its fall premiere week with the return of The Vampire Diaries and companion The Secret Circle. The Vampire Diaries opened its third season, delivering 3 million total viewers at 8 p.m., an improvement from the last season's finale but down slightly from the Season 2 premiere. In the adults 18-49 demographic, Diaries drew a 1.4 rating, slipping from the 1.6 it posted last September. STORY: 'Vampire Diaries' Star Ian Somerhalder on Whether He'll Direct At 9 p.m., Kevin Williamson's other supernatural series The Secret Circle (3 million, 1.3) actually outdrew Diaries by a couple thousand viewers, according to preliminary numbers. Circle, starring Britt Robertson, retained all of its lead-in in total viewers and had a 93 percent retention among adults 18-49. Additionally, it built on Diaries' audience in the female teens demo by 11 percent. The CW placed third on the night in the ad-coveted demo, posting a 1.4. ABC, airing a two-hour season finale of Wipeout (6.9 million, 2.2), down 19 percent from last year, and CBS tied for first with a 1.8. Email: email@example.com The Vampire Diaries TV Ratings The CW
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Tuesday, September 13, 2011
As Jane Lynch preps for TV's biggest night, the Primetime Emmy Awards, "Glee" stars Chris Colfer and Amber Riley told "The Hollywood Reporter" that their co-star is cool as a cucumber."She doesn't seem nervous," said Colfer on Monday, Sept. 12. "I don't think that woman can get nervous. She's always so excited and happy to do anything. But I'm really looking forward to seeing what she does with it."Added Riley, "I talked to her a little bit. Not much about hosting, but she seems like she's really excited and ready.""She's been a busy bee," Riley continued. "She did the Do Something Awards, and now she's doing the Emmys, and the show on top of that -- so, she's been a busy one."While the co-stars were thrilled about guest star Gwyneth Paltrow's Creative Arts Emmy win for her turn as Holly Holiday, they expressed interest in seeing a few other favorites take home some hardware on Sunday."I just did a movie with Christina Hendricks and she's amazing," Colfer said of his Emmy favorite. "One of the sweetest people I've ever met. She's literally a Disney princess in human form, so I'm really looking forward to hopefully seeing her win."Riley, on the other hand, is pulling for HBO's "Boardwalk Empire."The 63rd Primetime Emmys air live on NBC at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday Sept. 18. The Hollywood Reporter
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Has Stellan Skarsgård stop by a little Sigmund Freud? It appears the Swedish actor has a little the Austrian psychiatrist about him if this involves evaluating company directors."Every one has their very own methods for working and also the more gifted the company directors are, the greater you'd like to learn what their childhood was like really," the Thor and Avengers star told Super hero Hype."David Fincher stated in my experience whenever we met, 'This won't be fun, because I sometimes do 40 takes of every set-up'. And That I stated, 'It had better be fun, and that i don't mind doing 40 takes, so let us make 40 fun takes'."So could it have been fun?"I truly loved it. He's very thorough, but it is no rectal factor," Skarsgård added. "You are able to really do 40 takes which are 40 versions of the scene, that can bring it to existence."That being stated, appears Fincher may be someone to avoid for stars who choose chilling out within their trailer."He works solid, meaning you shoot constantly. You do not sit and wait and that i like this,Inch Skarsgård added.The Lady Using The Dragon Tattoo opens on 26 December 2011.
Monday, September 12, 2011
Empire Mindset (Part II) 9/11 Tribute One of several tributes for your tenth anniversary of 9/11, Condition Farm recently first demonstrated a tribute directed by Spike Lee. Inside the video, nearly 150 schoolchildren sing "Empire Mindset," simply because they visit several firehouses. The montage, which spotlights the completely new memorial, finishes with "Never forgotten. Forever Grateful." Verizon's place showcases the Statue of Liberty set to Josh Groban's "The Prayer." The conclusion reads "In tribute to people we lost" and "In gratitude to people who offered." Budweiser also up-to-date their tribute commercial, adding 1 World Trade Center being built without anyone's understanding.
Sunday, September 11, 2011
In 2002, the siblings and siblings of year at Toronto Worldwide Film Festival were Maggie Gyllenhaal and Mike Gyllenhaal.our editor recommends'Hysteria' Trailer: Hugh Dancy, Maggie Gyllenhaal Star in Sex Drama (Video)Related Subjects•Toronto Worldwide Fil... Both were provided with small films premiering within the festival. (Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine got all the buzz that year.) PHOTOS: 13 Films to comprehend within the Toronto Film Festival She'd Secretary where she plays a young lady with masochistic habits he'd Moonlight Mile through which he copes while using dying of his fiancée. Less than light creamy films, nonetheless they received decent reviews and both ongoing to accomplish bigger productions - she while using Dark Dark evening he with Brokeback Mountain. Maggie Gyllenhaal will return to Toronto this year with Hysteria, a romantic comedy in regards to the invention around the world's first vibrator in Victorian-era England. Hugh Dancy and Rupert Everett co-star. Hysteria was put together by Stephen Dyer, Jonah Lisa Dyer and Howard Gensler, and directed by Tanya Wexler. Related Subjects Toronto Worldwide Film Festival Mike Gyllenhaal Maggie Gyllenhaal
Thursday, September 8, 2011
When Terrence Malick employs formerly unknown stars to guide his films, Hollywood notices. (Thanks for visiting the A-list, Jessica Chastain!) As a result, take serious notice: Variety reviews the 'Tree of Life' director wants 'Haunting of Molly Hartley' star Hayley Bennett to experience the feminine lead opposite Christian Bale in the next film. Little is famous concerning the project -- it's Malick, so, duh -- however the untitled film has already been significant since it is Malick's second production within the last 2 yrs. The infamously slow-working director is within publish-production on another untitled film (with Film Clip and Rachel McAdams in lead roles) that's due in theaters the coming year. UPDATE: Variety reviews that Clemence Poesey ('Harry Potter') can also be within the mix with Bennett. Best of luck, you future Chastains! [Variety]
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At first glance, the formidable cast of Main Street appears to have gathered for a chance to work off the final original script from Horton Foote, the Pulitzered playwright and two-time Oscar-winning screenwriter (for 1962’s To Kill a Mockingbird and 1983’s Tender Mercies) who passed away in 2009. But as the film creeps along with few signs of life, one begins to suspect the real reason they’re all there is to show off that most treasured item in any actor’s toolkit — the Southern accent. Main Street is an ensemble drama that functions as a display case for a range of regional drawls, from the authentic to absurd. Patricia Clarkson, playing Willa, a divorcee who’s returned to her hometown of Durham, North Carolina, easily walks away with best in show, but coming from Louisiana she’s in slightly more familiar territory than Colin Firth, who, as Gus Leroy, a representative of a toxic waste management company, is a sorely unconvincing Texan. That toxic waste is hazardous, but it also represents a possible salvation for Durham, standing in here for every American town being hollowed out by changes in the industry on which it used to depend. Durham’s tobacco heyday is gone, and Willa’s aging aunt Georgiana Carr (Ellen Burstyn), a silly Southern belle living alone in the grand house in which she grew up, but that she can no longer afford to maintain, rents out her unused tobacco warehouse to Gus without bothering to hear what he intends to use it for. When she’s told, she frets, and enlists Willa’s help in negotiating her way out of the agreement, despite having already spent most of the money, while Gus woos the city council (headed by Isiah Whitlock Jr. as the mayor) with promises of jobs and a much-needed injection of cash. Elsewhere, young Mary (Amber Tamblyn) considers leaving town and dates an older man (Andrew McCarthy), as her ex Harris (Orlando Bloom, wielding a pencil moustache) pines and the pair’s parents look on in distress. Main Street shoots for a sprawling, John Saylesian portrait of a community, but beyond just being dramatically inert — you can only pick out the climax after the fact — its characters also seems curiously disconnected from each other and from the physical location in which they’re supposed to live. In reality, Durham has over 200,000 residents, but it comes across as so depopulated in the film that number seem more like 200. John Doyle, a theater director making his film debut here, compounds the sitcom-like feeling that everything’s being shot on sound stages in Los Angeles by using few exterior shots, other than bookend montages of the city from its past and slightly dilapidated present. Despite its title, Main Street primarily plays out in living rooms and kitchens, as Georgiana bemoans her family’s decline, as Harris’s mother (Margo Martindale) worries her son’s exhausting himself in night school, as Gus and Willa start a cautious flirtation. The issue of crumbling municipalities whose hope for the future is fleeing with their younger generation, and who are placed in a weakened position in negotiating with businesses they might have turned away in a more stable time, is a knotty one with plenty of narrative potential. A July episode of This American Life exploring the PR battles that took place when a natural gas company looked into leasing land for drilling near a small Pennsylvania town contained enough fodder for a season of cable TV (though Lord knows how you’d pitch it). Main Street’s approach is disappointingly simplistic and sanctimonious — the bargain being offered by Gus’s company is strictly Faustian. The waste being stored in that rented warehouse in lines of canisters Gus swears meet every safety standard is described dramatically by Willa as “death,” and a perfectly timed accident and a character’s change of heart each suggest she’s right. If Main Street offers any sort of story, it’s one of a city briefly tangling with a predatory business, but managing to get away intact, while its representative new generation comes close to heading to Atlanta for new opportunities, but in the end decides to stay. So why does the film leave you feeling so sympathetic to a toxic waste company? Given the lack of other prospects left for this highly theatrical version of Durham, the hopeful lilt of the ending rings not just false but foolish, like the dithering Georgiana in her beautiful, empty house, monologuing about how splendid the old days were. One longs for someone to tell her, sure — back then you were rich. It’s when you no longer have power and resources on your side that you have to face difficult decisions, a fact Main Street dodges, and really needed to have taken on.
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
It has been some time since we have seen Chris Tucker about the giant screen, however it appears everything will quickly change, as Tucker is apparently near to joining David O. Russell's "The Silver Textures Playbook" and "Neighborhood Watch" for Fox Searchlight. "Playbook" is dependant on the novel by Michael Fast and based on Variety, Tucker could be joining formerly introduced stars Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and Robert P Niro. Within the film, Cooper is really a senior high school teacher who's institutionalized for depression after which launched in to the proper care of his mother. Tucker will apparently play Cooper's cool mental institute-dwelling friend who escapes from time to time to go to his buddy about the outdoors. For "Neighborhood Watch," Tucker is within foretells star alongside Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill within the Akiva Schaffer-directed comedy that follows several neighbors who use their neighborhood watch like a front to allow them to escape their own families, until they uncover a plot to eliminate the planet. Hopefully Schaffer's second directorial effort will fair much better than his first, "Hotrod." Browse the relaxation of present day casting news beyond the jump! Stellan Skarsgard Headed for Lars Von Trier's Porn Movie? It's less an unexpected that Von Trier makes a porno, that he allegedly wants Swedish star Stellan Skarsgard to star inside it. "Lars known as me and stated 'Stellan, my next film is a porno and I really want you to experience charge inside it,Inch Skarsgard told E! News. "However he stated, 'You won't reach f--k'." Anna Kendrick Preparing Vocal Guitar chords for RomCom 'Pitch Perfect' It isn't a giant screen version of "Glee," however the hit TV show's recognition likely affected the eco-friendly-lighting of "Pitch Perfect," an intimate comedy which is all about goth-like and edgy student (rumored star Anna Kendrick), who finds out she's a talent for singing and becomes the key weapon for that schools female a cappella group. Erectile dysfunction Helms to Star in "Le Mac" Remake Of all of the cast people on "Work,Inch Erectile dysfunction Helms makes the most from his hiatuses nowadays. Variety reviews the "Hangover II" star has been courted by MRC and Ben Stiller's Red-colored Hour Films to star within their remake of 2010 French film "Le Mac." The comedy follows a gentle-mannered banker instructed to masquerade like a well known gangster and pimp. Which of those movies would you like to see first? Inform us within the comments or on Twitter!