Below are a couple new clips from This Is It, the Michael Jackson tribute film that arrives in theaters next week for a 2-week limited run that we're sure, based on pre-ordered tickets alone, will get extended. The first clip is a featurette that gives us a glimpse of just how huge this concert tour was going to be and how meticulous the preparation had to be to pull it all off.
Every new image or clip of The Wolfman gets me less and less excited for the film's release… and now comes the second full trailer, which ends up playing out like some sort of Victorian version of The Fast & The Furious.
Welcome to Cougar Town. Betsy Russell may be in her forties, but damn if she doesn't make us do a double take. She's been starring in the Saw movies as Jill since Saw III, but you may better remember her in the role of 'Girl' in a 1982 episode of Family Ties. Also, we can't show you the NSFW pics on our site, but Betsy rode horseback in Private School…without a shirt. Sounds painful. A word from Betsy: "Saw VI answers the question, 'What's in my box?'"(Slack-jawed blank stare) One ticket, please! First, Betsy's box and then Cameron Diaz's next month. The mysteries of the universe are about to be revealed to us. The pics after the jump deliver, but not as much as you'd hope.
The Prisoner Trailer – Watch more Funny Videos Jesus and Magneto star in the new AMC six-part miniseries, "The Prisoner," which premieres on Sunday, November 15th @ 8pm ET/PT and airs in two-hour blocks over three consecutive nights. We don't want to give too much away from this mysterious remake, so here's the basic setup: a man known as Six (Jim Caviezel) finds himself trapped in a bizarre place called the "The Village" led by a man known as Two (Ian McKellen). Two holds the secrets of escape, and Six must defeat him — or else stay in The Village forever. Will Six escape? Or will Two do a wet version of his namesake all over Six's plans? Tune in to find out. Six times Two is Twelve, which is the number of links below minus One: How To Pull Off An Internet Hoax (HolyTaco) 20 Amazing Sports Fan Tattoos (TotalProSports) Why You Miss Summer (TheChive) 10 Weirdest Celebrity Japanese Commercials (SuperTremendous) Bella Swan Vs. The Scary Ethnic Wolves (FilmDrunk) Ten Most Generic Looking Hollywood Actresses (Pajiba) Octomom Has A Crush On Jon Gosselin (CelebJihad) The Scariest Movie Characters Under 5 Feet Tall (Unreality) A Woman's Perspective On Dutch Ovens (Asylum) Tim Tebow's Virginity Is Questioned (BustedCoverage) 17 Examples Of Cute Girls In Daisy Dukes (RegretfulMorning) The Droid Is An iPhone Killer (MadeMan) 25 Hottest Women In Motorsports (AllLeftTurns)
If you're a homophobic straight guy, you might want to shut the eff up right now, because Rob Marshall's man-lovin' ass is about to make it rain hetero-boner pills with his new movie, called Nine. Yes, it's a musical. And yes, it has dancing and singing. And guess what, bro? Those dancing and singing women happen to be a scantily clad Penelope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, and Nicole Kidman. So when you're fap-fap-fappin' it up to this here video clip, don't finish by saying gay guys never did nothing for you.
The 120-minute Warner Brothers presentation at Comic-Con 2009 made for one of the hottest talking points at the event, not for the Where the Wild Things Are footage or the A Nightmare on Elm Street trailer that finally showed up online the other day… but for Cameron Diaz's potentially massive spoiler slip-up during the presentation for Richard Kelly's third film,The Box, starring Diaz, James Marsden and Frank Langella. We won't remind anyone of the specifics, but suffice it to say that the slip could turn out to have been fairly egregious. The producers have kept pretty mum since, but some new production stills from the film have arrived online, and we have a handful of them for you after the jump. We think you'll agree that the film's 1970s setting, paired with the compositions and unsettling subject matter have turned Richard Matheson's short story, "Button, Button," into some meticulous, cool Kubrickian nightmare.
Director: Rob Marshall Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, Marion Cotillard, Judi Dench Synopsis: Famous film director Guido Contini struggles to find harmony in his professional and personal lives, as he engages in dramatic relationships with his wife, his mistress, his muse, his agent, and his mother.
Finally the long national wait for the actually good Avatar trailer is over. Coming Soon (tee-hee) reports that a 3 minute and 30 second trailer featuring a hefty amount of story will premiere in theaters this Friday. No word yet on which film it will be attached to but this is said to be THE trailer. The most epic, shart-inducing, nipple-tingling visual feat ever rendered. The film is set to open in less than two months so expect a huge marketing push for this one. In other words, it's about to get Avatarded in here.Shut-ins and bubble people sadly will have to wait until Thursday, October 29th to view the trailer online. Damn! That's not nearly enough time to hone and perfect the intricacies of my CCH Pounder Halloween costume.
Every year, Nerdcore releases a special calendar paying tribute to pop culture with sexy pinup girls. The 2010 Calendar, currently available for pre-order, is a bloody, beautiful homage to horror flicks, and it's a perfectly timed Halloween gift for any discerning masturbator of the macabre friend you may have. According to Nerdcore, "no genre has been more synonymous with nerds and nudity than horror," and we couldn't agree more. Their 4th annual calendar features cover model Jana Jordan getting paranormal with a TV set, sultry scream queen Justine Joli in the most vintage of psychotic shower scenes, Bobbi Starr sewn together (literally) in a more naked version of Frankenstein, as well as Aria Giovanni, Kayla Jane Danger, Karlie Montana, Mosh, and Zoli Suicide getting their scream on. Check out some of the hot, nearly NSFW photos after the jump. Can you guess all the horror movies to which the photos pay tribute? Does it really even matter?
Where the Wild Things Are arrived this past weekend, and it pretty much turned out to be a therapy session with a bunch of clinically depressed forty-somethings dressed like furries. So when we heard that "We Were Once a Fairytale," the Spike Jonze-directed film starring Kanye West, hit the Web today, it was the news equivalent of a Xanax. We have the 11-minute piece here, minus the first minute or so. Spoiler alert: it's effing weird.
The Weinstein Company has rounded up all the major players for its upcoming Scream sequel. Writer Kevin Williamson, stars Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox-Arquette, David Arquette, and now according to Cinema Blend, director Wes Craven are all set to return to Scream 4. Which I'm happy isn't titled Scre4m and isn't planned to be a gimmicky 3D movie. Though production isn't set to begin for another six months, so give them time. Give them time.
For a company with a treasure trove of box office booty thanks to movie pirates, Disney sure is taking a hard stance against the online Captain Jack Sparrows of the world. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Walt Disney Co. chief executive Bob Iger believes technology companies are coming out smelling like roses in the PR war… at the expense of Hollywood. The result? Policing illegal activity online will get even more difficult than it already is:
Drew Struzan is one of the most influential movie poster artists to ever adapt motion pictures into a one-sheet piece of paper and still manage to embody everything the flick is about. He's worked on posters for Indiana Jones, Star Wars, and Harry and the Hendersons, just to name a few. A complete list of his work can be seen on his gallery page, but we've chosen our 25 favorite here, most of which are without the movie's title. Can you name all the films?
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Basically, Maggie Q is badass. Not only was she a formidable foe for John McClane in Live Free or Die Hard, but never has a flak jacket looked so good on a female form. She's the kind of woman who can make you putty in her hands with a single sultry glance, and then take your head clean off with a perfectly executed roundhouse kick. It's a blend of constant arousal and fear that keeps a relationship fresh, and endless refills of your Xanax very necessary. A word from Maggie: "Nigga please! I am not anorexic, I am petite because you can't get FAT from eating field mice and rice; hey that rhymes…"I have no idea what the above gibberish means but if came out of Maggie's mouth I'll take it as gospel. I just hope she's moved beyond field mice as a source of sustenance. 'Cause doz field mice be naaaasty!Look at the antithesis of nasty after the jump!
Where the Wild Things Are opens this weekend, and a lot of early reviews are saying that the film is too mature for young audiences… that they've somehow made a children's story into an adult film, thereby alienating the intended audience.Of course, none of this would be a problem if we just exposed our children to R-Rated topics at an early age. We suggest Hollywood partner with children's book publishers to help introduce kids to R-Rated fare as early as the kids can read. Here's our list of required reading:
Bill Murray has once again made it clear that he's not interested in doing a third Ghostbusters film just yet. Is he the sequel's greatest adversary or greatest champion? On paper he may come off as grumpy and vile as a Digg commenter but he truly has the film's best interest at heart. "There's still no script," he tells Digital Spy. "It's just a bunch of talk. It's just a wish list for someone." And there certainly has been a bunch of talk lately. Talk from Harold Ramis, talk from Dan Akroyd, and talk from Ivan Reitman. All of whom, are chomping at the bit to get this picture made. "I'm not going to make one [movie] just to make another one. We made a second one, and it was okay, but it wasn't as good as the first one." In all fairness, Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties did far surpass its predecessor.
This Friday is National Boss Day… like most of us, you haven't gotten the guy who approves your expense reports a gift yet. (Ahem. You can thank me by Digging this article.) Of course, chances are the big man or woman you work for every day is a puppy dog compared to the 12 Movie Bosses we've compiled for you, all of whom you can check out after the jump.If anything, the provided clips might make you grateful for the job you have.
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I remember a certain movie in which Kevin Spacey decided to become a stoner. I seem to recall it winning the Oscar for Best Picture. Well, if you want to see him partake of the ganja once more, you can… right now… in the new movie Shrink. The flick, in which Spacey stars as a celebrity therapist who dips his own toes into the deep end, played the festival circuit earlier this year, was met with solid reviews and finally found a home at Lions Gate. It's available on DVD at this very moment, so before you decide to light up that bong all by your lonesome tonight… remember that your good friend Kevin Spacey is willing to hang out, too. And he can handle his sh*t. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Jacinda Barrett is another Real World member/model gone Hollywood. Fortunately, Jacinda has had formal training, unlike most reality "stars" turned actors, and even though she hasn't been in much, she lights up the screen when given the opportunity. But continued choices like Urban Legends: The Final Cut and School For Scoundrels have the opportunity to smash that light into a thousand tiny shards. A word from Jacinda: "Know that the person you wake up with everyday isn’t the same person that you married. That person keeps changing."Yes, he keeps changing into The Spirit, because you're married to Gabriel Macht, Jacinda. Don't marry a graphic novel character if you want dependability. Or were you referring to the steady decline of his IMDB Star-Meter after starring in The Spirit? Here are some photos after the jump that wil never lose their appeal!
In this brief clip from a French network Canal Plus's visit to the set of Iron Man 2, a reporter sneaks around and gives his real thoughts on what Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jr. and company are making.Basically a piece of merde.P.S. To all our French-speaking readers, we're sorry if there are mistakes in our translation. Today's Marquee LinksChildren's Nightmares: A Photo GalleryMindy Karuk PhotosIf Weekly World News Went Hollywood
Mel Gibson plays a Boston detective avenging the murder of his daughter.
The success of Taken has prompted Hollywood to churn out more father-turned-Terminator flicks. In the funny accent tour-de-force Edge of Darkness, Mel Gibson stars as a Boston detective searching for answers in the murder of his daughter. Was she killed in an attempt on his life or does the reason behind her assassination go much deeper? Mel intends to find out by smashing every window, door, and face in Suffolk County. We haven't seen Mel this riled up since he wanted his son back in Ransom. Written by William Monahan (The Departed) and directed by Martin Campbell (Casino Royale), it seems to have a hint of Mel's fingerprints on it as well. "Well you had better decide if you're hanging on the cross or banging in the nails." I knew he couldn't go 2:30 seconds without holy rolling! (Yahoo)
If you watched old school WWF, "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show" or a Cyndi Lauper music video from the 1980s, then you've experienced the force of nature that was Captain Lou Albano. WWE issued a statement announcing that Captain Lou passed away today at the age of 76. No cause of death has been cited at the time of this post. You will be missed, Captain Lou. We at Screenjunkies will don Hawaiian shirts and attempt to adorn our facial hair with your trademark rubber bands as soon as we can grow beards. Here are today's top links: Flowchart To Determine Your Halloween Costume (HolyTaco) Girl Fight! Soccer Style (TotalProSports) The Diving Horses Of Atlantic City (TheChive) Behind The Scenes Iron Man 2 Video (FilmDrunk) 15 Most Beautiful American City Skylines (SuperTremendous) 5 Hottest Children's Television Personalities (Pajiba) Leona Lewis Got Punched In The Face (CelebJihad) January Jones Isn't Buttoned-Up (Unreality) How I Got Caught Stalking Val Kilmer (Asylum) Why We Love College Football: A Gallery (BustedCoverage) Chrysler After Government Buyout (RegretfulMorning) Design Your Own Tequila Bottle (MadeMan) Charlotte Crashes (AllLeftTurns) Ass Whoopin In A Winter Wonderland (NothingToxic) Megabot In Teen Superhero Rehab (Atom)
Hellooooooo hot daughter. You may have seen Eva Amurri hanging out with Susan Sarandon since Susan is this fine young woman's mother. Can't you notice the resemblance, you know, in the face…? The surname 'Amurri' comes from Eva's father, an Italian film director. I don't know if she got any of his assets, but the overall mixture of genes worked out splendidly.A word from Eva: "Stripping is not easy, I will tell you."Ehhhh, I don't believe you. Instead of telling me, why don't you go ahead and show me how difficult it is. Oh wait, you'll never read this post? I guess additional pics of you in low-cut attire will have to suffice.And here those are after the jump!
Just yesterday, The Hollywood Reporter announced that super-agency CAA had signed Weekly World News to its impressive roster of clients. The theory was that the now-defunct fake tabloid publication has a bevy of untapped properties, of which poster boy "Bat Boy" is just one… and that its characters could "give Marvel a run for its money." That remains to be seen. But will Hollywood greet Weekly World News's freak show with a hearty handshake (artist's rendering above)? Or will WWN be booted out of Tinseltown's glitzy gates faster than you can say "We're stripping Bat Boy of his co-EP credit…"? So, WWN, we're going to do you a favor. Here are our suggestions for spinning the raw materials you already have into box office GOLD!
Sylvester Stallone's throwback to gritty, non-CGI action, The Expendables, just premiered its trailer. In it you see ample amounts of gunfire, explosions, waterboarding, and dissing of the Chinese guy.
After about a minute of watching the above clip, entitled "The Golden Age of Video" by Ricardo Autobahn, I had already lost count of all the movie and TV shows clips that went into its making. It's impressive stuff. And for the most part, these are some pretty classic lines that Autobahn picked. To place them together in a rhyme scheme and all that… well… hell that's called poetry, class. If the music and lyrics haven't taken you yet, bob your head to these links: Rejected Playboy Cartonn Cover Girls (HolyTaco) Lisa Guerrero's Breasts Are Still Not Safe In Hotels (TotalProSports) Street Art By Blu (TheChive) Megan Fox Killed In Transformers 3? (FilmDrunk) The World's Largest Human Castle (SuperTremendous) The "Other" 100 Best Movie Quotes Of All Time (Pajiba) Oh So Close, Miley Cyrus! (CelebJihad) Elaborate Gallery Of Video Game Cupcakes (Unreality) NY Burlesque Festival Lives Up To Its Name (Asylum) Cheerleader Vs. Football Player Equals Ouchie (BustedCoverage) If Star Wars Were Remade Today (RegretfulMorning) How To Brew Your Own Beer (MadeMan) Michael Waltrip Demotes Himself (AllLeftTurns)
Honest to blog, it's Olivia Thirlby! I hope I just made your skin crawl with that tid bit of too-clever-for-its-own-good dialogue from Juno. Olivia delivered it as best as she could, though, and turned the character of Juno's semi-slutty best friend Leah into a memorable one. Now you can look for her as "Actress" in New York, I Love You, where hopefully the screenwriter put words in her mouth that people actually say in real life. A word from Olivia: "Last year's Sundance was a big deal, This year, I don't care what I wear. For me, it's just another crazy day."Sounds like a day in the life of me, Olivia. I'm wearing a trash bag secured to my body with a poorly knotted rope-belt, and I'm pretty sure they're serving dove tacos at lunch. Just another crazy day at the office!And here are some more crazy, sexy, cool pics after the jump!