Screen Junkies » Jason Reitman http://www.screenjunkies.com Movie Reviews & TV Show Reviews Fri, 10 Oct 2014 17:19:53 +0000 en hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 Check Out The Trailer For Jason Reitman’s ‘Men, Women, and Children’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/check-out-the-trailer-for-jason-reitmans-men-women-and-children/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/check-out-the-trailer-for-jason-reitmans-men-women-and-children/#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 16:44:49 +0000 Penn Collins http://www.screenjunkies.com/?post_type=video&p=265206 I love it when you can't deduce a damn thing from the title of the film.

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Jason Reitman appears to be getting a little more somber with his fare these days, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Harkening back more to Up in the Air than Juno, Men, Women and Children seems to take a long, uncomfortable stare at the characters.

And that seems to happen while creepy slow piano music is playing. However, an upside to the gravitas is that we get to see comedic actors like Adam Sandler, Judy Greer, and Dean Norris (I would argue he’s comedy) take a more serious approach.

Anyway, it’s not for everyone, but it might be for you.

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The Internet has pervaded modern life, and in case you don’t ascertain that from your daily encounters with your phone and laptop, now director Jason Reitman is going to show you with his newest film, Men, Women, and Children starring Adam Sandler.

The film is about the role technology plays in our interactions, but the trailer reads more like a PSA for Internet addiction with its silent, somber demonstration of people texting, typing, surfing their way to loneliness and isolation.

Reitman has shown he is capable of wielding a deft hand in some instances (Up in the Air, Thank You for Smoking), but also willing to oversell matters (Juno, Young Adult) in others. It’s hard to tell which camp this will fall into, but we have to say we like the idea of serious Adam Sandler getting whores much more than goofy Adam Sandler getting whores. If only because the goofy Adam Sandler would probably mistakenly pick up Rob Schneider in drag.

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Soundtrack Studies: ‘Juno’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-lists/soundtrack-studies-juno/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-lists/soundtrack-studies-juno/#comments Tue, 17 Jun 2014 16:50:50 +0000 Penn Collins http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=262317 This film may have served as quirk's (temporary) death rattle.

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Restraint is a concept that Diablo Cody has yet to master. She may practice it these days, but she certainly hasn’t mastered it in Juno follow-ups Jennifer’s Body, Young Adult, and Paradise. And not practicing restraint isn’t necessarily some death sentence or fatal flaw. Oliver Stone doesn’t practice restraint. Quentin Tarantino probably doesn’t. But the reason those guys can get away with it while Diablo Cody catches heat is that they have much more to say in their films than Diablo Cody.

Stone often exercises a painfully political agenda. Tarantino creates a world and an engaging story within it. And Cody talks about a girl in Juno. And there’s nothing wrong about making the story of a girl the alpha and omega of your film.

But when that girl is one of the most annoying and unrealistic characters put on film, it’s a problem. And fortunately for this recurring piece, much of her flaws and shortcomings are closely tied to the soundtrack of the film.

Before going down this path, I would like to briefly address the things I like about the film. I like the songs on the soundtrack. I think it’s very ambitious to introduce an audience to Mott the Hoople or even Sonic Youth. Cody does it in a very heavy-handed fashion, which I will discuss. But the effort is admirable, if misguided.

The story succeeds where the writing lacks. It’s not easy to make teen pregnancy a breezy, charming issue, and again, Cody comes up a little short, but it’s easy to see why people saw promise in her after this film premiered. Much in the same way that people saw promise in Kevin Smith after Clerks.

The performances are pretty great. From Ellen Page, from Michael Cera, from Allison Janney, from J.K Simmons. These were performances that more than forgave the sins of the screenwriter, especially in the case of Page.

So with those four or five backhanded compliments, let’s get to really talking about Juno and its soundtrack.

My major issue with Juno, as it was with Dawson’s Creek, is that it paints its child characters as adorable little adults, except when its convenient to revert them back to children for the purpose of conveying a point or manufacturing sentiment. It’s unfortunate because people don’t really go back and forth like that in reality, and also, children who act like adults are the worst type of people in the world.

This all come to a head when Juno posts up with Jason Bateman, the future adoptive father, to talk about music. This is something very relatable and a completely practical manner in which to bridge the glaring generation gap between the two. Bateman, in an effort to connect with Juno, sees that music resonates with her, then pounces on that topic to endear himself to her. Much like if you see a kid playing a video game, you talk to that kid about video games as best you can.

Here’s how it starts:

In this scene, it’s clear that Jason Bateman knows his shit when it comes to music, because he’s an aging hipster who is realizing he’s waving goodbye to his old life with the birth of his new baby. That half of the conversation works. He talks wistfully about old bands no one has ever heard of, and tries to get someone else to like them. It’s very true to the archetype that he represents.

But the other half – the Juno half, falls woefully short on several fronts. She’s shown as a firebrand, so it’s fine that she gives as good as she gets in the “You don’t know good music, I know good music” convo. Unfortunately, no clips are available of this scene, but it serves as the most obvious demonstration that Juno is a manifestation of an adult’s notion of “cool,” which sells the character woefully short.

Perhaps it can be chalked up to Diablo Cody’s inexperience as a screenwriter at this point (but given her subsequent outings, probably not), but much as a Police Academy movie serves as a collection of scenes that can be played in any order without really affecting the outcome, the scenes with Juno don’t seem to build on each other to get us very familiar with her character.

In the above scene, she sees Jason Bateman’s guitar and suddenly she’s an expert on guitars. When she speaks of music and film, she’s an expert on things that only a 45 year-old at a comic book store would a) know and b) discuss. They could have spent 12 minutes of screen time just listing songs from the Guided by Voices catalog, and it would have been a lateral move.

She speaks knowingly of Dario Argento, Velvet Underground, Moldy Peaches, and Mott the Hoople. She’s 15 years old.

What’s interesting here is that the tastes of Juno’s character, and ultimately the soundtrack were suggested by Ellen Page after director Jason Reitman asked her what he thinks Juno would listen to. Reitman had originally thought she would be a fan of glam rock. While that choice is a terrible one as well, the fault of the writers and soundtrack consultancy here isn’t that they asked the kid what the character would listen to, but that they accepted it.

It’s makes Juno a archetype of cool to uncool audiences, miring her in hamburger phones, dated TV references, and bands people listen to, but really don’t like. The result is an effect that makes the character seem mildly disconnected from the world and into a world of hers. Another, more incidental result is, conveyed contempt from the filmmaker to the audience via affectations that they expect viewers to blindly accept and nod, all slack-jawed. Which is actually a perfectly apt scenario for a teenager. However, the world she withdraws into is one that was formed by a creative committee that apparently had just seen the film Garden State before making these decisions.

As I mentioned, the soundtrack is inspired, catchy, and certainly an education for many people who won’t know these bands or songs. But the line is crossed when these esoteric songs and artists become diegetic and aspects of the Juno’s world. They become as trivial and contrived as that fucking hamburger phone she talks on, which ends up selling everything a little short and serves as a non-major flaw that compromises the rest of the film.

But listen to the soundtrack. It’s not bad, and that recurring song through the film, “All I Want Is You,” WILL get stuck in your head.

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In Jason Reitman‘s Labor Day, Kate Winslet once again plays a character who complicates her existence by jumping into bed with the wrong person. This time, it’s Josh Brolin’s sexy escaped convict who takes she and her son hostage. Before long, Stockholm syndrome and horny mommitis take over leading Winslet to attempt to build a life with the fugitive killer after discovering he can not only satisfy her physical needs, but do so while baking a pie. That’s just showing off.

Between the time period and the boy having to stay one step ahead of the law in order to protect their house guest, this film reminds me of The Iron Giant. Except for the pie sex.

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Taylor Lautner To Play Dirk Diggler In New ‘Boogie Nights’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/taylor-lautner-to-play-dirk-diggler-in-new-boogie-nights/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/taylor-lautner-to-play-dirk-diggler-in-new-boogie-nights/#comments Wed, 09 Oct 2013 16:19:49 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=257479 Feel, feel, feel, feel my heat.

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He may have missed out on the opportunity to play Stretch Armstrong, but Taylor Lautner is still afforded the chance to play a character with at least one elongated extremity. Vampire baby-f*cker is set to slip into the role of Dirk Diggler, for Jason Reitman‘s live reading of Boogie Nights at Film Independent at LACMA on Thursday night. There is no word who will be playing the part of Diggler’s penis.

He’ll be joined by Judy Greer, who will take over the role Amber Waves, the character made famous by Julianne Moore. Mae Whitman will play Rollergirl, Kevin Pollak will be The Colonel, Jim Rash will take on Buck Swope, Jarod Einsohn will be Todd Parker and Jurnee Smollett will play Jessie St. Vincent.

Last month at the Toronto International Film Festival, Reitman held another Boogie Nights reading that sounded much more enjoyable with Jesse Eisenberg as Diggler and Olivia Wilde as Amber Waves. (E!)

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8 ‘Live Reads’ Jason Reitman Should Stage http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-lists/8-live-reads-jason-reitman-should-stage/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-lists/8-live-reads-jason-reitman-should-stage/#comments Thu, 03 May 2012 15:17:52 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=248373 Your favorite movies but geekier.

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Over the last six months Juno and Up in the Air director Jason Reitman has staged live readings of classic films at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The screenplays he has featured so far have featured pretty eclectic performers. Reservoir Dogs was performed by an all-black cast. The Big Lebowski starring Seth Rogen, Christina Hendricks, and Rainn Wilson. The Apartment featured Steve Carell and Natalie Portman (LA) and Paul Rudd and Emma Stone (NY). The Princess Bride with Rudd, Mindy Kaling, Cary Elwes, Nick Kroll, Goran Visjnic, and Bill Fagerbakke. The Breakfast Club featured Jennifer Garner, Aaron Paul, Patton Oswalt, Kaling, James Van Der Beek, and Michael Chiklis. While Shampoo cast Bradley Cooper, Olivia Wilde, and Kate Hudson. A pretty cool series to say the least.

And I don’t see any reason to stop. In fact, I’d like to butt in and offer up my recommendations for future readings. You’re welcome.

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial

Elliott: Elijah Wood
E.T.: The Rock
Michael: Andy Samberg
Gertie: Drew Barrymore
Elliott’s Mom: Julianne Moore
Keys: Dustin Hoffman

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Drew Barrymore nailed it as Gertie in the original film. There’s no reason she shouldn’t be allowed to take another crack at her best performance. Well, there is and it’s that the Fanning Sisters got too f***ing old. Why The Rock you’re probably wondering. Two reasons. A) It would be hilarious to see he and Elijah Wood getting drunk together via a psychic link. B) The E.T. puppet probably reeks really bad after all these years.

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb

Dr. Strangelove: Martin Short
Everyone Else: The entire cast of Mad Men.

It has sent spasms of dread up my final column every time I hear rumors of Mike Myers remaking a classic Peter Sellers character. No offense to Myers as he’s talented at what he does. But what he does and what Sellers did are very different. I’m just not ready to see a “Birdy Num-Nums” shirt in the Busted Tees store. A comedian who is always overlooked when it comes to outrageously unhinged character work is Martin Short. For my money, he’s one of the few who can sell Dr. Strangelove. As for the rest of the cast, just use everyone from Mad Men. It would be highly watchable.

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The ‘Kindergarten Cop’ Kids: Where They Be At Now? http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-lists/the-kindergarten-cop-kids-where-they-be-at-now/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-lists/the-kindergarten-cop-kids-where-they-be-at-now/#comments Fri, 06 Jan 2012 16:17:32 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=241457 I'm really surprised more of them haven't been arrested.

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While recently day-dreaming about what it would be like if Kindergarten Cop’s Detective John Kimble was to battle the demon from Paranormal Activity, I got to wondering what ever happened to the film’s young cast. This was the big break for many of them, who must have been five or six at the time of filming. These child stars of the ’90′s were discovered on the set, and some went on to memorable turns in television and film. But most have seemingly vanished.

The common plight of the child star is a life marred by drugs and alcohol, so I went into this fearing the worst. For instance, what became of the little boy who described penises and vaginas? You’d think porn, right? Or the It-Might-Be-A-Tumor Kid. Is he in some back alley giving unlicensed medical diagnoses? Lord, I hope not.

But actually, I was happily surprised to find that very few are messed up, and the ones that are don’t seem to be in a dark place. I couldn’t find a liquor store robbery amongst the bunch. They must have learned from Edward Furlong’s mistakes.

At any rate, I scoured the Internet to find out more about these little kids. It’s cool though. They’re all legal now. Check it out.

Miko Hughes as Joseph

Miko Hughes is probably the most memorable kid from Kindergarten Cop given his proclamation that boys have penises and girls have vaginas (smart kid). He’s also well remembered for his roles in Pet Sematary, Full House, New Nightmare, Mercury Rising, and Apollo 13. He still acts, but also works as a DJ at night under the name D.J. Cubed.

Also, somebody who is not me went through the effort to make this:

It’s glorious.

Jason Reitman as Kissing Kid

Young Adult director Jason Reitman‘s dad threw him a bone when it came time for a cameo role. A creepy, creepy bone. During a scene toward the end of the film, Arnold is searching the school for Dominic in order to keep him safe from Crisp. What he stumbles upon are two middle-schoolers making out. This was actually Jason’s first kiss.

“The worst part was getting directions from my dad,” recalls Jason. Hey! That man also directed the kissing in Six Days Seven Nights. Show some damn respect.

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Forme high school bitch Charlize Theron returns to town with her sights set on an old flame in the trailer for Jason Reitman‘s Young Adult. Reitman reteams with Diablo Cody this time but that’s where the comparisons to Juno should stop. Young Adult is said to have a much darker tone then Reitman’s previous films which this trailer doesn’t really seem to get into.

Question for you, though. Say you’re chilling in your small Minnesota town and then your crazy ex returns with hopes of ruining your marriage and whisking you away. But, she looks like Charlize Theron. Do you go for it? In this instance I say no. That’s solely due to the fact that she has a little dog she carries around with her. I’m not picking up after that thing.

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Diablo Cody Making Jason Reitman Go To A Dark Place http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/diablo-cody-making-jason-reitman-go-to-a-dark-place/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/diablo-cody-making-jason-reitman-go-to-a-dark-place/#comments Tue, 21 Jun 2011 16:36:27 +0000 Fred Topel http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=217065 'Young Adult' isn't your normal Reitman film.

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As part of the Los Angeles Film Festival’s “Coffee Talk” series, Diablo Cody joined a panel of screenwriters to discuss their craft. She revealed a few tidbits about her upcoming films. Her next Jason Reitman collaboration, Young Adult, promises to be quite different from Juno.

Young Adult is actually a really cynical film,” she said. “It’s a drama and I’m interested to see how people would receive it because I don’t think it’s what people are expecting from me.”

As opposed to that whimsical film about teen pregnancy. But yeah, Juno had a happy ending, for all its sarcasm. Young Adult won’t be quite so, as Jeffrey Wells suggested when he asked Cody a question, congenial.

“Congenial I think is a good word to describe the Jason Reitman body of work and I think the characters tend to have these redemption arcs that are very satisfying. Jason’s a really nice guy and I feel like I’m really dragging him down into the depths of misery for this film. But it is definitely a more stark realistic story about a woman who’s having some serious personal issues and dealing with them in inappropriate ways.”

Young Adult may even be controversial. But hey, if you don’t like it, you’re just lime green Jello. “I hate to get all feministy on everybody like I always do, but I think particularly it’s going to be difficult for people to watch a woman behave in this manor. We see a lot of male curmudgeons in films and we’ve been trained to root for them but I don’t know if that’s going to be the case for this movie. I absolutely love Young Adult and I’m really excited for people to see it, but it’s definitely not super consistent with what Jason Reitman has done, and particularly what Jason and I have done together.”

Then Cody wrote a major Hollywood teen franchise. “I wrote Sweet Valley High, this amazing series of teen books from the ‘80s that really desperately needed to become a major movie in my opinion, so I wrote the script. I can’t really talk about it that much yet. However know, ladies, that it’s moving forward and I’m very excited about it.”

 

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Jason Reitman Spit-Shining Steve Carell’s ‘Burt Wonderstone’ Script http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jason-reitman-spit-shining-steve-carells-burt-wonderstone-script/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jason-reitman-spit-shining-steve-carells-burt-wonderstone-script/#comments Fri, 17 Jun 2011 15:41:12 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=216632 Get ready for a really quirky magician.

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Don’t you guys worry. Jason Reitman will not go hungry while he waits to begin production on his next directorial feature Labor Day. He’s been hired to add his magic touch to the Burt Wonderstone script. Though this is his first (known) foray into script doctoring, Reitman did write a few of his own films and won an Academy Award nomination for his Up In The Air script.

Wonderstone starring Steve Carell as an aging magician, was originally written by Chad Kultgen and then polished by Horrible Bosses scribes John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. The addition of Reitman is exciting but also could speak to the tone of the film. Seems like this one might dip into heartfelt drama and go less in the direction of Steve Carell mistakenly puts on top hat with rabbit poop in it. (THR)


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Kate Winslet Wants Jason Reitman’s Next Dose Of Quirk http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/kate-winslet-wants-jason-reitmans-next-dose-of-quirk/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/kate-winslet-wants-jason-reitmans-next-dose-of-quirk/#comments Thu, 16 Jun 2011 16:32:11 +0000 Col. Longshanks http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=216444 She's in talks to star in 'Labor Day'.

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UPDATE: EW reports that Josh Brolin is taking on the other lead as the “large, fearsome man” that Winslet’s character finds bleeding. The Coen Bros. have made sure he’s got that down pat.

Kate Winslet wants to take off her serious face and put on her not as serious face. The actress is in talks to star in Labor Day, Jason Reitman’s adaption of the Joyce Maynard novel that he’ll write and direct. Winslet will play “a single mother of a young son who takes in a stranger with a dangerous past. She falls in love with him over the course of Labor Day Weekend.” So no, it’s not a pregnancy comedy, if that’s what you were thinking. We all know Jason Reitman tackled that subject in Juno, and he can’t possibly come up with anymore quirky synonyms for “baby” or “woman with child.” (Deadline)

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J.K. Simmons To Bark Over ‘Young Adult’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/j-k-simmons-to-bark-over-young-adult/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/j-k-simmons-to-bark-over-young-adult/#comments Sun, 13 Mar 2011 18:06:56 +0000 Joseph Gibson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=201419 And THAT'S how you narrate a story.

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The art of voice over narration often gets a bad rap. “It’s a crutch,” they say, “for lazy filmmakers,” they say. “Show me,” they say, “don’t tell me,” they say. But every once in a while a voice comes along that makes even the haters consider the possibilities of a good narrator. In my opinion, the great J.K. Simmons has one of those voices – so I’m pleased to report that he will be providing hopefully Ron-Howard-approved narration for Jason Reitman‘s Young Adult.

Sharp-eared readers might remember that Simmons also provided a small voice over appearance in last year’s True Grit, showing that he might be on his way to being one of “those voices,” like Morgan Freeman or Tim Allen. This also isn’t the first time he’s worked with Reitman and Young Adult‘s universally beloved screenwriter Diablo Cody, having appeared in their previous collaboration Juno.

Young Adult also stars Charlize Theron, Patrick Wilson, and Patton Oswalt, and “follows the story of a divorced 30-something young-adult fiction writer (Theron) who returns to her Minnesota home to chase after her now-married-with-kids ex-boyfriend (Wilson) with Oswalt playing a semi-crippled ol high school acquaintance who befriends the narcissistic and misguided female.” Now just imagine that being said by J.K. Simmons, and you’ll have a good idea of what the movie will be like. (The Playlist)

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Sundance Announces Its All-Star Jury Members http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/sundance-announces-its-all-star-jury-members/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/sundance-announces-its-all-star-jury-members/#comments Tue, 18 Jan 2011 19:05:27 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=17605 Jason Reitman and Matt Groening have got jury duty. The good kind.

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Jason Reitman and Matt Groening have got jury duty. The good kind. They’ll be hitting the slopes of Park City, Utah this week to preside over the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Reitman will be joined by critic Todd McCarthy, Kimberly Pierce, cinematographer Tim Orr, and Ugly Betty will oversee the U.S. Dramatic Jury. Groening is on the U.S. Documentary Jury with directors Jeffrey Blitz and Laura Poitras, producer Jess Search and editor Sloane Klevin. The Host direct Bong Joon-ho, Susanne Bier, and MOMA curator Rajendra Roy make up the World Dramatic Jury.

So, if your film is in competition at Sundance, you now know who to buy shots for. (Sundance)

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Patton Oswalt In For Jason Reitman’s ‘Young Adult’, Patrick Wilson In Talks http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/patton-oswalt-in-for-jason-reitmans-young-adult-patrick-wilson-in-talks/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/patton-oswalt-in-for-jason-reitmans-young-adult-patrick-wilson-in-talks/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Patton Oswalt has signed on to play Charlize Theron's chubby best friend in Young Adult. Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody, who last worked together on Juno, are teaming up again for the film about a woman who returns to her high school town to basically stalk her old boyfriend like she's Marky Mark. The guy's got a wife and kid now though, so he's not interested in Charlize. Not interested? His Mrs. must do crazy sh*t in the sack. Josh Brolin decided he couldn't pretend Charlize isn't worth leaving his wife for and now Patrick Wilson is in talks for the role. Seems like a missed opportunity to put Wilson in a fat suit and cast him as the best friend and Oswalt as the ex-boyfriend. I'd love to watch Charlize beg Oswalt to have sex with her and he looks up at her with stern eyes and proclaims, "No, Ugly!" (/Film)

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Patton Oswalt has signed on to play Charlize Theron’s chubby best friend in Young Adult. Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody, who last worked together on Juno, are teaming up again for the film about a woman who returns to he high school town to basically stalk her old boyfriend like she’s Marky Mark. The guy’s got a wife and kid now though, so he’s not interested in Charlize. Not interested? His Mrs. must do crazy sh*t in the sack.

Josh Brolin decided he couldn’t pretend Charlize isn’t worth leaving his wife for and now Patrick Wilson is in talks for the role. Seems like a missed opportunity to put Wilson in a fat suit and cast him as the best friend and Oswalt as the ex-boyfriend. I’d love to watch Charlize beg Oswalt to have sex with her and he looks up at her with stern eyes and proclaims, "No, Ugly!" (/Film)

 

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Josh Brolin May Pretend He Isn’t Attracted To Charlize Theron In ‘Young Adult’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/josh-brolin-may-pretend-he-isnt-attracted-to-charlize-theron-in-young-adult/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/josh-brolin-may-pretend-he-isnt-attracted-to-charlize-theron-in-young-adult/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 "No funny stuff, lady." Josh Brolin is considering letting Charlize Theron ruin his life. I thought Jonah Hex already took care of that, but I guess not. Brolin is up for the role of Charlize's ex-boyfriend in Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody's next collabo Young Adult. If he signs on, Brolin will play the former high school sweetheart to Theron's successful YA author, who she decides to stalk. I hate when statuesque model types try to break themselves off a piece o' this. The movie is said to have a few humorous moments, but for the most part it will be "pretty serious and f*cked up." Just like that E.T. porno that's been making the rounds. No, I won't link you. Look it up, perv. (Showbiz 411)

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"No funny stuff, lady."

Josh Brolin is considering letting Charlize Theron ruin his life. I thought Jonah Hex already took care of that, but I guess not. Brolin is up for the role of Charlize’s ex-boyfriend in Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody‘s next collabo Young Adult. If he signs on, Brolin will play the forme high school sweetheart to Theron’s successful YA author, who she decides to stalk. I hate when statuesque model types try to break themselves off a piece o’ this.

The movie is said to have a few humorous moments, but for the most part it will be "pretty serious and f*cked up." Just like that E.T. porno that’s been making the rounds. No, I won’t link you. Look it up, perv. (Showbiz 411)

 

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Jason Reitman Makes a Deal with the Diablo http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jason-reitman-makes-a-deal-with-the-diablo/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jason-reitman-makes-a-deal-with-the-diablo/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Jason Reitman has signed on to direct Diablo Cody's latest screenplay, Young Adult. Reitman, who also directed Cody's teen-pregnancy film, Juno, will have Charlize Theron as a lead, playing an author who finds success writing under a pseudonym. The film will be Reitman's first since directing the Oscar winning Up in the Air, and will be Cody's first since penning the box-office bomb, Jennifer's Body. If you combine those two titles, you have Up in Jennifer's Body, which I think sounds a hell of a lot more interesting than Young Adult, but that's just me. (Cinema Blend)

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Jason Reitman has signed on to direct Diablo Cody‘s latest screenplay, Young Adult. Reitman, who also directed Cody’s teen-pregnancy film, Juno, will have Charlize Theron as a lead, playing an author who finds success writing under a pseudonym.

The film will be Reitman’s first since directing the Oscar winning Up in the Air, and will be Cody’s first since penning the box-office bomb, Jennifer’s Body. If you combine those two titles, you have Up in Jennifer’s Body, which I think sounds a hell of a lot more interesting than Young Adult, but that’s just me. (Cinema Blend)

 

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Jason Reitman Options ‘SNL’ Writer’s ‘Elliot Allagash’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jason-reitman-options-snl-writers-elliot-allagash/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jason-reitman-options-snl-writers-elliot-allagash/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Jason Reitman has optioned the movie rights to the book Elliot Allagash. The private school satire, written by "Saturday Night Live" writer Simon Rich, tells the tale of a boy named Seymour Herson who is picked on until Elliot Allagash decides to be his mentor. It's unclear if Reitman will direct or just produce. Rich is on-board to pen the adaptation.Allagash is described as a “teen who regularly gets drunk and enjoys villainy.” What teen doesn't enjoy getting drunk and commiting villianous acts? When I was a teen all I did was guzzle Red Dog and tie damsels to train tracks. In fact, our gang's initiation required us to chug a quart of vodka and fasten our enemies to logs on the conveyor belt at the local saw mill. Now the big thing is drive by shootings. No imagination! (THR)

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Jason Reitman has optioned the movie rights to the book Elliot Allagash. The private school satire, written by "Saturday Night Live" writer Simon Rich, tells the tale of a boy named Seymour Herson who is picked on until Elliot Allagash decides to be his mentor. It’s unclear if Reitman will direct or just produce. Rich is on-board to pen the adaptation.

Allagash is described as a “teen who regularly gets drunk and enjoys villainy.” What teen doesn’t enjoy getting drunk and commiting villianous acts? When I was a teen all I did was guzzle Red Dog and tie damsels to train tracks. In fact, our gang’s initiation required us to chug a quart of vodka and fasten our enemies to logs on the conveyor belt at the local saw mill. Now the big thing in drive by shootings. No imagination! (THR)

 

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George Clooney’s Travel Tips In New ‘Up In The Air’ Trailer http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/george-clooneys-travel-tips-in-new-up-in-the-air-trailer/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/george-clooneys-travel-tips-in-new-up-in-the-air-trailer/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Up in the Air Co-Pilot Trailer - Watch more Movie Trailers  An extended trailer for Jason Reitman's Up In The Air is now online and, sadly, it has nothing to do with Kevin Bacon scouting the Masai for kick-ass basketball players. But fear not, fans of slight racism, it does include George Clooney's tips for traveling. For instance, you should never get in a security line behind old people due to their love for hidden metals. The Asians on the other hand are your best option because of their efficient packing methods and penchant for slip-on shoes. God love them indeed. Click on these links. If you're old, you'll want to use the "mouse" device to do so.  10 Best TV Neighbors (HolyTaco) Jenn Sterger is Getting Rid of Her Money-Makers (TotalProSports) Sooo, You Got Wasted (TheChive) No One Can tell Twilight Douches Apart (FilmDrunk) When a Parrot Loves a Bunny (SuperTremendous) 5 Breakfast Cereals Meant for Adaptation (Pajiba) Lohan Was Dating Ledger When He Died (CelebJihad) When Patrick Stewart Invades Everything (Unreality) Does Maybe Really Mean No? (Asylum) 7 Greatest Lingerie Football Photo Crops of 2009 (BustedCoverage) If Children Created Swine Flu Cures (RegretfulMorning) How to De-Stress at Work (MadeMan) Flowchart: Is NASCAR For You? (AllLeftTurns)

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Up in the Air Co-Pilot Trailer – Watch more Movie Trailers 

An extended trailer for Jason Reitman‘s Up In The Air is now online and, sadly, it has nothing to do with Kevin Bacon scouting the Masai for kick-ass basketball players. But fear not, fans of slight racism, it does include George Clooney’s tips for traveling. For instance, you should never get in a security line behind old people due to their love for hidden metals. The Asians on the other hand are your best option because of their efficient packing methods and penchant for slip-on shoes. God love them indeed.

Click on these links. If you’re old, you’ll want to use the "mouse" device to do so. 

10 Best TV Neighbors (HolyTaco)

Jenn Sterger is Getting Rid of Her Money-Makers (TotalProSports)

Sooo, You Got Wasted (TheChive)

No One Can tell Twilight Douches Apart (FilmDrunk)

When a Parrot Loves a Bunny (SuperTremendous)

5 Breakfast Cereals Meant for Adaptation (Pajiba)

Lohan Was Dating Ledger When He Died (CelebJihad)

When Patrick Stewart Invades Everything (Unreality)

Does Maybe Really Mean No? (Asylum)

7 Greatest Lingerie Football Photo Crops of 2009 (BustedCoverage)

If Children Created Swine Flu Cures (RegretfulMorning)

How to De-Stress at Work (MadeMan)

Flowchart: Is NASCAR For You? (AllLeftTurns)

 

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MEGAN FOX TALKS ‘JENNIFER’S BODY’ @ COMIC-CON http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/megan-fox-talks-jennifers-body-@-comic-con/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/megan-fox-talks-jennifers-body-@-comic-con/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Most of the presentations at this year's Comic-Con were staged within the friendly confines of the San Diego Convention Center, and all the parties were held at various hotels downtown.  But Twentieth Century Fox picked San Diego's Manchester Grand Hyatt as the venue for an evening with JENNIFER'S BODY, which included a screening, Q&A with cast and crew, and afterparty at the hotel's Kin Lounge.  Screen Junkies was lucky enough to get the invite for all of the above, and we have the scoop - including more foxy pics of Fox - after the jump...

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Most of the presentations at this year’s Comic-Con were staged within the friendly confines of the San Diego Convention Center, and all the parties were held at various hotels downtown.  But Twentieth Century Fox picked San Diego’s Manchester Grand Hyatt as the venue for an evening with JENNIFER’S BODY, which included a screening, Q&A with cast and crew, and afterparty at the hotel’s Kin Lounge.  Screen Junkies was lucky enough to get the invite for all of the above, and we have the scoop – including more foxy pics of Fox – after the jump…

The screening started at 8pm sharp on Thursday night, and I had just finished frantically uploading the James Cameron AVATAR interview in the hotel’s lobby, which explains in part why I was a little slow on the trigger to put this piece up on the site.  We were told by Fox PR that we’d be seeing the first 15 minutes of JENNIFER’S BODY, followed by a Q&A with star Megan Fox, writer Diablo Cody (JUNO), director Karyn Kusama (AEON FLUX, GIRLFIGHT) and producer Jason Reitman (JUNO, THANK YOU FOR SMOKING). 

The segment we saw was promising.  Without giving too much away that the trailer hasn’t already, Needy (Amanda Seyfried) and her friend Jennifer (Megan Fox) head out to a local bar in their podunk town, where Jennifer is eyed as a target by the satan-worshipping rock band led by (Adam Brody).  During the band’s set, the bar burns down in a freak electrical fire and everyone except Needy, Jennifer and the band perish.  Jennifer, still in shock, is led into the band’s van and Needy is left behind.  That night, Needy is home alone and gets an unexpected visitor: Jennifer, covered in blood, who then promptly devours a whole chicken, vomits black ooze that seems to have a life of its own on the kitchen floor, and then tosses Needy around a bit.  It’s all very brutal, and yet weirdly sexy… and for a horror flick still featured Cody’s patented pop culture witticisms inherent in her "Diablogue."

My first impressions were that JENNIFER’S BODY definitely felt like a throwback to fun ’80s horror flicks like LOST BOYS – movies that don’t take themselves too seriously – and the filmmakers who came out for the Q&A confirmed that that’s what they were going for. 

Here are a few tidbits from the sitdown:

MEGAN FOX ON JENNIFER’S BODY

What I loved about the movie is that it’s so unapologetic as to how inappropriate it is, and that was my favorite part about the script and about the character and it’s fun to be able to say the sh*t that she says and get away with it and have people find it charming.

DIABLO CODY ON CREATING A NEW HORROR MYTHOLOGY…

For me, I was simultaneously trying to pay tribute to some of the conventions of horror and simultaneously turn them on their ear.  So it was truly kind of a postmodern thriller. on one hand, i grew up watching these amazing 80s genre movies, like LOST BOYS, and so I wanted to honor that, and at the same time, I had never really seen this particular sub-genre done with girls, and I tried to do a little bit of both.

ON CHICKS IN HORROR MOVIES…

It’s been pointed out that the last survivor standing is usually a woman.  SO I think that horror has always had a kind of feminist bent to it, and at the same time, it’s kind of delightfully exploitative.  My favorite thing about doing a horror movie is that it’s actually a little bit of both.

Karyn Kusama: I think also a lot of horror is about female-ness, whether it’s CARRIE or ROSEMARY’S BABY.  I think a lot of it is about the fear of the female or celbration about it in a weird way.  And this took the fear and the idea that it’s the female that ultimately survives and marry them in a way.

Diablo Cody: The funny thing is when I set out to write this, I wanted to make something very dark, very brooding.  A traditional slasher movie.  And I realized about a third of the way through, I realized I was incapable of doing that.  The humor kept kind of sneaking in.  I have a macabre sense of humor. So a lot of the horrifying stuff in the movie was funny to me.

I’ve always said that horror movies and comedies are kind of similar in the sense that you can witness the audience having a physical release, whether it’s laughing or screaming.  So I think they’re similar in that way.

MEGAN FOX ON ON-SCREEN VOMITING…

That day, I was actually throwing up chocolate syrup.  We did a few takes whee I would do the scream and then throw up Hershey’s Syrup or something.  Scratch the Hershey’s, cause I don’t want to endorse it or anything. And then SFX did a rig that clamps onto my ear, and you revisit it in the pool scene, which you haven’t seen yet.  But it basically clamps down onto my ear and then I bite down and it projectiles – it’s a tube and it projects whatever that material was.  I’m not sure.  It was pretty intense; I mean, I think it was worse for Amanda [Seyfried] because I think she was the one that got puked on.

JASON REITMAN ON HIS FIRST FORAY INTO HORROR…

JR: I found THANK YOU FOR SMOKING to be terrifying, personally. I love horror movies and I probably see them more than any other genre at the movie theater.  I saw SEE NO EVIL and I still haven’t seen THE 400 BLOWS.  I would love to.  I hope I’m as capable as Karyn was doing it.  It’s an intimidating genre, because there are people who do it very well.

MEGAN FOX ON ACTING IN THIS VERSUS TRANSFORMERS

Obviously there’s not distractions… like there’s no giant robots to distract you from the performance so if it’s terrible you’re gonna know that it’s really f**kin’ terrible.  That of course is intimidating but the character was so much fun for me. I wasn’t really sure what I was doing, and I just had fun with it, and I also just had fun playing with my image, or how people might perceive "Megan Fox" to be.  And I was just sort of flying freely.

MEGAN FOX ON THE SEXINESS LEVEL OF JENNIFER’S BODY…

This movie is so sexy.  You better put on your f**in’ sexy shoes for this movie. 

[crowd laughs]

There’s a relationship between my character and Amanda’s character and I guess depending on who you are and how you grew up, there’s a little bit of a lesbian relationship that happens.  There’s a girl-on-girl kiss.  It’s an homage to that.  But we also poke fun at that in horror movies.  But also, before every kill, there is a seduction that occurs, so these boys have to be seduced into getting close enough to this dead girl for her to devour them.  But I think I’m pretty sexy in it.

[crowd laughs again, some women in crowd scowl]

JASON REITMAN ON HORROR MOVIES:

I remember cracking open my father’s laserdisc of NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and that being one of the coolest moments from my childhood.  And I can’t imagine having that experience with any other genre.  I can’t imagine dangerously opening a copy of a broad comedy in the middle of the night hoping I wouldn’t get caught.  And the idea that there’ll be a kid out there secretly opening a Blu-Ray of JENNIFER’S BODY is pretty exciting to all of us.

KK: This is totally gonna be that movie where the eleven-year old boy – and girl – do that. The first thing I thought after reading this script was, "Man, if I was seventeen.  If I was just a younger person right now, this is the movie I would see ten times in the theater. It’s just a pull… the movie speaks to me… it’s emotional, not intellectual.

MF: I don’t ever watch scary movies.  I have a very intense fear of the dark.  The last horror movie I saw was TOOTH FAIRY I think, and I slept with my mom for a month afterward.  So for me to play something I’d normally be frightened by was really intriguing for me. 

THE FILMMAKERS ON THEIR FAVORITE HORROR FLICKS…

KK: I’m a NEAR DARK junki.

DC: My all times favorites are ROSEMARY’S BABY and DON’T LOOK BACK.

JR: I’m a SHINING GUY.  My father told me ALIEN as a campfire story.  Only it’s continued.  The alien made it back down to earth.  And then I started watching ALIEN for real, and I was watching it and found I knew where it was going.  And I was young enough to have a moment where I thought… "Oh my god… they ripped my father off!"

[crowd laughs because that was an adorable story]


 

And with that, the Q&A came to an end.  As interested as I was in JENNIFER’S BODY, I couldn’t muster up the energy to hang out at the afterparty, but here are some pics from it.  Sucks.  I could have chatted up Mintz-Plasse about how Matthew Vaughn‘s little indie KICK-ASS was the sleeper hit of Comic-Con 2009

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