December 27, 2010

‘The Smurfs’ take Manhattan. Of course they do.

So here’s a new photo of the upcoming “The Smurfs” movie. It’s one of those things you’ll kind of just have to see regardless. Like someone’s broken toe. You don’t want to look but you have to look. What I don’t get is why do they have to end up in New York City? It’s […]

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December 20, 2010

‘Black Swan’ review: It’s dark and intense but goes a little too far at times

Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan” is almost perfect. And I’m about to give it an almost perfect review. Not perfect, almost perfect. I’ll explain why soon. I really liked the movie. I loved the mind-f**k. I LOVED the amped ballet score as the movie score. I loved Natalie Portman. I loved Barbara Hershey. I even loved […]

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December 16, 2010

Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations announced

The Screen Actors Guild today announced the nominations for the SAG Awards. And from now until the Oscars there probably won’t be many more surprises. Likely what you see here is what you’re going to see from now on. The┬ácomplete list of the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards nominees: THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES Outstanding Performance […]

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December 14, 2010

2011 Golden Globe nominations include some surprises

The 2011 Golden Globe Awards nominations were announced Tuesday morning and as always there were some “huhs?” and “oh wows.” Some good, some not so go. Among the “oh wows” include no “127 Hours” in the Best Picture or Director category. Also, Julia Stiles in the Supporting Actress category for her part in this season’s […]

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December 9, 2010

‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ teaser trailer is here

I’m pretty impressed with the teaser trailer for “Transformers: Dark of the Moon.” I always dig it when a movie plants some real history into itself. Maybe we’ll get a little history of the Autobots and Decepticons.

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December 8, 2010

Another ‘Red State’ poster: The Father

Kevin Smith has released another poster for “Red State” because apparently fans have raised more money for charity. This is an interesting method.

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December 6, 2010

Kevin Smith’s ‘Red State’ character poster introduces us to ‘the virgin’

Kevin Smith agreed to release a new poster from his upcoming thriller “Red State” if fans managed to donate $1,000 to The Wayne Foundation within an hour. They did and he revealed this character poster. It features “The Virgin” played by Kerry Bishe. I’m pretty intrigued by this movie. I can’t wait for the firestorm […]

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December 1, 2010

What is going on with the state of modern movie posters?

I really wish I understood why so many current movie posters suck. Designing movie posters is like my dream job (right behind starring in movies and watching movies). So it upsets me to see how crappy the one above for “The Adjustment Bureau” is. I mean with a name like that, I guess you can’t […]

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November 30, 2010

New ‘Black Swan’ clip: Natalie Portman performs Swan Lake

Fox Searchlight released a clip from the upcoming “Black Swan” and it features Natalie Portman as ballerina Nina. It’s an interesting clip because Darren Aronofsky shot the dance sequences on stage with a hand held. Maybe it makes Portman appear less stiff and more graceful. No, it doesn’t. OK, now I’m just being snarky. Maybe […]

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November 29, 2010

James Franco, Anne Hathaway will host 2011 Oscars

James Franco and Anne Hathaway will serve as co-hosts of the 83rd Academy Awards, Oscar telecast producers Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer announced today. That’s quite an interesting move. I can’t recall anyone as young as either of them ever hosting the Oscars. At least not in my time. And Franco? He’s a potential nominee […]

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