Archive | May, 2011

Trailer: 50/50

As if we needed anymore reasons to love the hell out of him, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is making us fall in love even more as a cancer patient in Jonathan Levine’s 50/50. The premise— after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, 27-year-old Adam (Gordon-Levitt)  seeks out the important things in life with a little […]

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Red band trailer: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (poor quality)

Catch it while you can because it’s sure to be pulled from the web in a matter of hours.  The trailer  features Rooney Mara, Daniel Craig and an insane Led Zeppelin cover from Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Trent Reznor, and is further proof that David Fincher is pretty much one of […]

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Trailer: The Whistleblower

It’s been awhile since Rachel Weisz graced us with her presence on the silver screen and suffice it say, we’ve missed her. A lot.  Thankfully the Academy Award winning actress is scheduled to star in eight feature films from now until 2013, the first film being The Whistleblower. In The Whistleblower Weisz stars as Kathryn […]

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International trailer + poster: ‘Friends with Benefits’

Although  Friends With Benefits  has had to compete in the shadow of the mediocre No Strings Attached, this new international trailer proves two things — 1.) it wins the battle of funny hands down and 2.) c0-stars Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake have undeniable chemistry. Talk about a HOT trailer! In the new international trailer to […]

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Poster: ‘X- Men: First Class’

With the summer quickly approaching, the promotion machines for the highly anticipated popcorn flicks has shifted  into high gear. First up is X-Men: First Class, starring James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender as Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr before they became sworn enemies under their new names Professor X and Magneto.  Kevin Bacon, Jennifer Lawrence, January […]

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Trailer: The Muppets

The first teaser trailer for The Muppets movie was released this afternoon and while we  have a soft spot for Kermit, Ms. Piggy and of Jason Segel, we’re not too sure what three time Oscar nominee Amy Adams is doing here.  Nostalgia, maybe? The film- out Thanksgiving weekend– was written by Segel and will feature […]

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First Look: Tom Hardy as Bane in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’

Let the pandemonium begin as the first photo from The Dark Knight Rises,  Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated follow-up to The Dark Knight, has found its way to the world-wide web. The photo reveals Tom Hardy- next seen in Warrior-  as Bane, the film’s villain. Check it out in all it’s glory down below. The Dark […]

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Michelle Williams offered role of good witch in ‘Oz: The Great & Powerful’

Looks like Sam Raimi has assembled himself a stellar cast for Oz: The Great & Powerful. Here’s a brief refresher— first Robert Downey Jr. was attached as OZ but dropped out, though according to his publicist he was never involved to begin with. Then James Franco (pre- Oscar faux paux) signed on to “save the […]

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Review: Bridesmaids

When it comes to my movie going experience of the past week, it’s been quite the matrimonial three course meal− Jumping the Broom was a pleasant little appetizer with Something Borrowed serving as the main course that I just had to indulge in (against my better judgment), followed by the sweet “a moment on your […]

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Review: Something Borrowed

If you’re a fan of the Emily Giffin novel in which the film was adapted from, stop reading now and bask in the greatness of the book. If you’ve never had the opportunity to read Something Borrowed and are wanting to see it brought to life on the big screen − run to your nearest […]

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