Monthly Archives April 2013

23 New Images from GAME OF THRONES Season 3


It’s still nearly two months away from the debut of season three of HBO’s Game of Thrones, but these new character images should help pass the time.  Featuring new looks at old characters and first looks at new cast additions, these images showcase the outstanding costume design that’s been a hallmark of the series.  Fan-favorite Peter Dinklage returns with a whole new look while...

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DVD Previews: Tower Heist & J. Edgar

The home video front finds quite the varied batch of films this week as we welcome J. Edgar, Tower Heist and Martha Marcy May Marlene home on DVD and Blu-Ray. From the Oscar-considered (but then ignored) J. Edgar that featured an astounding Leonardo DiCaprio to the comeback of Eddie Murphy in Tower Heist… all tastes are well represented.

J. Edgar: DiCaprio rivets as the man who ruled ...

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Chris Colfer Talks STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, Chances of Adapting His Book THE LAND OF STORIES Into a Movie, and GLEE

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The indie dramedy Struck by Lightning, written by Chris Colfer (who plays Kurt Hummel on the Fox series Glee) and directed by Brian Dannelly (Saved!), tells the story of high school senior Carson Phillips (Colfer), who masterminds a blackmail scheme targeting the popular kids in school, that he carries out with his best friend, Malerie (Rebel Wilson).  With a mother (Allison Janney) who’s fa...

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First Trailer for Derek Cianfrance’s PLACE BEYOND THE PINES Starring Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper


The first trailer for director Derek Cianfrance’s The Place Beyond the Pines has gone online. The film centers on two fathers: one is a pro-motorcycle rider and bank robber (Ryan Gosling) while the other is a rookie cop on the rise (Bradley Cooper)...

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A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas

A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas

The Harold & Kumar franchise has always done a few things that no other movie does, and I’m not talking about characters smoking out. For instance, as the series’ stars Kal Penn and John Cho are always quick to point out, it’s just about the only movie franchise with two lead actors of Asian descent...

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Universal Picks Up Sci-Fi YA Novel 'Arclight' for Imagine to Produce (Exclusive)

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Two weeks after picking up a supernatural young adult novel from hot teen author Julie Kagawa, Universal is back in the YA market, picking up the movie rights to Josin L. McQuein’s upcoming novel Arclight.

Imagine Entertainment's Brian Grazer is on board to produce while Matthew Sand, best known for writing the 2009 Wachowski-produced action movie Ninja Assassin, will pen...

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The Entourage Movie Gets The Green Light

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Unlike shows like Arrested Development and Firefly, the HBO series Entourage was still very much alive when rumors about a possible movie began – in fact, it was only in the fourth season of its eventual eight season run. Talk about a feature continued during the entire rest of the show’s run and only intensified once it aired its season finale in September of 2011...

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First Look: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams in 'A Most Wanted Man' (Exclusive)

A Most Wanted Man Still - H 2013FilmNationFirst Look: “A Most Wanted Man”

Anton Corbijn is directing the modern-day espionage thriller, adapted from John le Carre’s spy novel.

BERLIN — Anton Corbijn is in postproduction on A Most Wanted Man, the spy thriller starring Philip Seymour Hoffman opposite Rachel McAdams.

Willem Dafoe and Robin Wright also star in the movie, which is based on John le Carre's acclaimed novel...

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GIRLS Season Two Premiere Recap: “It’s About Time”


“I watched Girls, but I didn’t really have an opinion of it” – said no one ever.  Last year the show started off shaky and turned some viewers off, but got progressively better as the reality of what the series is — and not what the divisive hype claimed it was — became clear.  Girls is really a fine show.  Series creator and star Lena Dunham is not “the voice of the generation” (which ...

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Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy Continue To Crush In The Heat Trailer

Melissa McCarthy has two high-profile comedies rolling into theaters over the next few weeks. Yet, while her Identity Thief (with Jason Bateman) will reach area screens first, we’re kind of looking past that to the March release of The Heat thanks to hilarious new international trailers like this one, which recently landed online.

The NSFW clip (thanks to language) was posted on Fox UK’s YouTube...

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