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Photobomb Fridays: ‘Signs’

Friday, September 17 by

I found him.
Here are your weekend links.
The Internet Never Forgets: Celebrities Before They Were Famous (TVSquad)
Dudes Freaking Out Over A Tornado (Asylum)
The 13 Most Horrible Firework Accidents (Ranker)
Mortal Kombat: Shyamalan (HolyTaco)
M. Night Shyamalan Acts Like 3D Expert At Variety Summit (FilmDrunk)
The Unsung Heroes Of Halo (Maxim)
Kaeeley Hazell Topless Thailand Beach Photo Shoot NSFW (BarStoolSports)
A Gallery Of 25 Truly Beautiful Celebrity Women (EgoTV)
Ben Affleck Career Assessment (Pajiba)
Working Class Batman (Unreality)
Chuck Norris Themed Hockey Mask (TotalProSports)
41 Freakin' Funny Fortune Cookie Fortunes (Smosh)
10 New Mixtapes You Should Know About This Fall (BroBible)
Jessica Simpson's Still Really Fat (CelebJihad)
Gerald Harris To Get Fourth-Straight Octagon Newbie At UFC 123 (CagePotato)
Time To Take Ben Affleck Serious Again?(PopEater)
Jack White's New Triple-Decker Record (MadeMan)

Kate Beckinsale Joins A ‘Contraband’

Friday, September 17 by

Mark Wahlberg's Reykjavik-Rotterdam remake now has a lovely lady amongst its ranks. Kate Beckinsale has joined the cast of Contraband. The film centers on a former smuggler turned security guard who is pulled back in when he can't resist the opportunity to traffic stolen goods. 2009 Black List scribe Aaron Guzikowski is on script duties, with the star of the original, Baltasar Kormakur, handling the direction.
There's no word on what role Beckinsale will play in the film, but I'm more interested in what she's smuggling, if you know what I'm saying.
Boobs. (Latino Review)

Listen To Sir Anthony Hopkins Do His Woody Allen Impression

Friday, September 17 by

They don’t call him Academy Award winner Sir Anthony Hopkins for nothing. We know Sir Anthony transforms himself into any character on screen or stage, but he can do anybody in real life too. At the press junket for Woody Allen’s latest movie, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, the actor launched into a dead on Woody Allen impression. Hopkins starts describing the direction Allen gives after a take. About 12 seconds in, he miraculously goes from Sir Anthony to Woody Allen.
Check out the clip after the jump…

Vince Vaughn Is Challenged In Trailer For ‘The Dilemma’

Friday, September 17 by

From Academy Award-Winning Director Ron Howard comes… a movie where Vince Vaughn gets poison ivy on his schlong. And Channing Tatum probably gets worse when he puts his in Winona Ryder. Despite the Farrelly-esque setups, The Dilemma looks funny. Hate on Vince Vaughn all you want but the man flawlessly delivers the line, "Ladies and gentlemen, electric cars… are gay."
Back to schlongs, Queen Latifah mentions that she's sporting "ladywood." Cute, but I'd have called it a "HERection." I'm not an Academy Award winner though, so what do I know?
Check out the trailer after the jump…

Greatest Drunks In Sci-Fi Montage

Friday, September 17 by

In honor of Oktoberfest starting up this weekend, i09 put together this montage of their favorite drunks from sci-fi/fantasy/horror movies and television. The "Star Trek" ones are my favorite. They play wasted like they're performing in a vaudvillian traveling show. The only element missing is a hiccup fit.
Check out the video after the jump…

‘Parenthood’ Actress Minka Kelly

Friday, September 17 by

Minka Kelly is made from the rock n' roll cocktail of former Aerosmith guitarist Rick Dufay and Vegas showgirl Maureen Kelly. Minka first gained attention with the cult TV show "Friday Night Lights" and from there has landed gigs in movies like The Kingdom and this season's "Parenthood."
A word from Minka: "I’m really big into passion and love and expressions."
Boooooriiiiiing. If you keep talking like that I'm going to pretend to be asleep.
More pics of Minka after the jump…

Review: ‘Catfish’

Friday, September 17 by

Catfish bodes really well for upstart documentaries. These guys just stumbled onto a story, but they happened to be shooting it so well they could present a coherent film about it.

It sets up the characters, their relationships, the geography and the routines of Facebook really well. Yaniv Schulman has been mailed paintings an eight-year-old girl Abby made of his photography. Yaniv begins an online and telephone relationship with the family, including her mother Angela, and an older daughter that becomes possibly romantic.
More after the jump..

‘The Roommate’ Trailer Just In Time For Back To School

Friday, September 17 by

Let this trailer for Minka Kelly and Leighton Meester's The Roommate provide new college students with the potential warning signs to watch out for if you suspect your new roommate is a crazed stalker.
[ ] Do they watch you sleep?
[ ] Do they kill people and possibly a kitten?
[ ] Are you their only friend on their Frienderz page?
[ ] Are they off their medicine?
[ ] Do they disapprove of Cam Gigandet?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions (except for Cam Gigandet), your roommate is definitely not stable. You should move. And definitely don't agree to go see David Fincher's inevitable film about the creation of Frienderz together.
Check out the trailer after the jump…

Review: ‘Devil’

Friday, September 17 by

I just went to the midnight show of Devil for fun with a friend, but it turned out to be so entertaining I just couldn’t stop thinking of things to…

Review: ‘Easy A’

Friday, September 17 by

Easy A is Can’t Buy Me Love for the Mean Girls generation. It knows it and it references that movie and other ‘80s classics, but Can’t Buy Me Love is…

Easy A

Friday, September 17 by

Director: Will Gluck
Cast: Emma Stone, Penn Badgley, Amanda Bynes
Synopsis: After a little white lie about losing her virginity gets out, a clean cut high school girl sees her life paralleling Hester Prynne's in "The Scarlet Letter," which she is currently studying in school – until she decides to use the rumor mill to advance her social and financial standing.
Release Date: September 16, 2010

‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ Massive Wand Battle Preview

Friday, September 17 by

There’s probably not much news about the Harry Potter films. If you’ve read the books, that’s probably going to be in the movie. But then, maybe you’re one of those who complain they didn’t film every single word of the book, so you want to manage your expectations. Well, Gemma Jones, who plays Madame Pomfrey, told us a little about the big magic battle in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II.
More after the jump…

Anthony Hopkins Messed With Chris Hemsworth’s Head On ‘Thor’ Set

Friday, September 17 by

If a superhero is going to have a mentor, it should be someone major like Brando or The Dude. Sir Anthony Hopkins is another good one. Playing Odin in the big movie version of Thor, Sir Anthony enjoyed messing with beefy Chris Hemsworth.

“I’m glad I’m not young anymore because you see their insecurities and I always joke along with them,” Hopkins said while he was promoting the Woody Allen comedy You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger. “I say things like, ‘Is that the way you’re going to play it?’ Chris and I got to know each other but he was looking nervous and I said, ‘Oh, is that the way you’re going to play it?’ He said, ‘Yeah, is it okay?’ I said, ‘Well, it’s your career.’’
More after the jump…

Ben Stiller Gets The Chair For An Unpaid ‘Parking Ticket’

Friday, September 17 by

Never Let Me Go director Mark Romanek is setting up his future projects and hoping to work with Ben Stiller. The two have been talking about teaming for A Parking Ticket, a dark comedy about a father who decides to fight a parking ticket in order to teach his daughter about the judicial system. Of course, he ends up on death row.
No word yet on whether Stiller will tap into playing an angry character, a nebbish character, or a hip-hop spouting character in a fat suit. There will definitely be a scene with a dance-off, I'm sure. This IS a Ben Stiller movie we're talking about here. (Worst Previews)

Casey Affleck: Joaquin Phoenix Documentary Was Fake (Well Duh)

Friday, September 17 by

Breaking News: Casey Affleck has admitted that his Joaquin Phoenix documentary, I'm Still Here, is fake. Affleck followed that bombshell by admitting that he and Ben Affleck are brothers, and that he really likes Boston. He then went on to give the dumbest quote in the history of man (or in at least the past two days):
“I never intended to trick anybody…The idea of a quote, hoax, unquote, never entered my mind.”
Really, that's weird. Usually when I'm lying out my teeth while taking part in an elaborate hoax, it crosses my mind. Then again, I'm not the type of person who says "quote/unquote" out loud, so maybe I can't relate because I'm not a pretentious #sshole. Although I find that hard to believe, considering my love of A Prairie Home Companion…the radio show, of course, not the movie. (NYT via /Film)

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