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Sunday, December 21st 2014
by Iain Alexander

For those of you who grew up watching these little blue-like things get up to silliness, this movie will provide you with a fun and visual escape back to childhood, and on top of that, the Smurfs will come out of the screen in 3D.

by Iain Alexander

We would love to hear about the Arrested Development movie, as Fox’s much loved comedy series has an audience hungry for more. Can we get justice?

by Iain Alexander

‘Midnight In Paris’ has earned over $23 million at the North American Box Office, so far, Woody Allen’s best performance in 25 years.

by Daniel Haim

Paramount Pictures and Twitter jointly announced today sneak preview showings of the movie SUPER 8 for 1-day only on Thursday, June 9th, in advance of the film’s scheduled nationwide release on Friday, June 10th.

by Iain Alexander

The story takes place in 1979, where a group of friends witness a terrible train crash while making their own super 8mm movie. However, they soon feel that it’s no accident. The mystery unravels, and something far bigger, and more powerful has been unleashed, and soon begins to terrorize this small Ohio town.

by Iain Alexander

David Fincher’s movie adaptation of ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo‘ went viral this past week with a leaked trailer that revealed an insight into his latest creation.

by Iain Alexander

It is no secret that Carrey’s comedy can be at times outrageous, borderline on the insanity, but audiences love a good roast, and Mr. Popper’s Penguins looks like the kind of Barbecue grilled fun a family can enjoy together.

by Iain Alexander

You could say the ‘Green Lantern’ is a mixture between ‘Star Trek’ and ‘The Lord Of The Rings’ with the sense of a space adventure mixed with the journey of overcoming hurdles, and fighting for survival.

by Brian Willett

Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ken Jeong faithfully reprise their roles, delivering every line like a punch line. One line in particular – “it happened again” – is particularly apt, as the biggest difference in the story between the first film and this is the location. In fact, The Hangover Part II feels less like a case of alcohol-induced amnesia and more like cash-grabbing deja vu.

by Daniel Haim

Lotte Mullan, a work experience girl for both Warner Music and Sony Music has had her story snapped up in a film deal worth $3million.

by Iain Alexander

Filmmakers are often given less credit for their short films as opposed to feature films because they don’t have celebrities in them, and are not appealing to mainstream media and audiences.

by Brian Willett

By now you’ve probably heard about the end of the world May 21 rumors; radio evangelist Harold Camping has suggested that judgement day will occur Saturday. The latest word is that this will be a zombie apocalypse. Because of this, Bloginity has created a list of the best zombie movies to watch in preparation for this zombie apocalypse. We recommend you rent them all at once; why worry about late return fees when the end times are upon us?

by Brian Willett

On its surface, Bridesmaids doesn’t seem as though it should be a particularly hilarious film. The premise — protagonist Annie (Kristen Wiig) watches as her best friend, Lillian (Maya Rudolph), lives out her dreams and gets ready for marriage while Annie’s life slowly crumbles.

by Daniel Haim

The event was sponsored by Salus Alpha, Giorgio Armani and Maybach and hosted by philanthropist Ella Krasner, Oliver Prock, Cinema for Peace founder Jaka Bizilj, Roberta Armani, on behalf of Giorgio Armani, and Maybach.

by Iain Alexander

After a controversial news conference went wrong for outspoken director Lars Von Trier, the director has been expelled from Cannes. At his Melancholia press conference yesterday, the director made some highly offensive comments which were interpreted as sympathy for Hitler and Nazism.

by Brian Willett

The Tree of Life, a stirring film by writer-director Terrence Malick, has done just what every Cannes film aspires to do – create a buzz that has the entire film world talking. The Tree Of Life – Malick’s fifth film in a career that spans four decades – will debut in the United States May 27, although it’s hard to judge what the reaction will be, as the press screening found emphatic boos from some and energetic applause from others. Due to the mixed reaction, The Tree of Life has everyone at Cannes and around the film world focused on the work, and stars have stepped out to voice their opinions.

by Iain Alexander

I wont tell you how much Jeff’s room cost, but let’s just say that not all filmmakers can afford a panoramic view of the festival from one of its most luxurious hotels.

by Iain Alexander

With a long list of movies from Asia to America, this year’s festival has that extra pop-corn feel thanks to hype surrounding some of the movies in and out of the competition.

by Brian Willett

It begins as a man walks through the front door of a suburban mall armed to the teeth, causing five strangers to embark on a night that will change them forever

by Daniel Haim

The new film which captures Jack Cardiff’s career and life is directed by Craig McCall. The success of the movie is that it truly represents who Jack Cardiff was and his passion towards film through the decades. The use of new technology, and the legendary stories.

by Team Bloginity

Elizabeth Banks has confirmed she has been cast in ‘The Hunger Games’. The 37-year-old actress – who has appeared in ‘The 40-year-old-Virgin’ and the ‘Spiderman’ films – revealed she will star as no-nonsense Effie Trinket in the film adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ book trilogy. She hinted she had signed for the part via her twitter account when she wrote one of Effie’s most infamous lines, before finally confirming the role to her followers

by Team Bloginity

Jason Sudeikis is set to present the 2011 MTV Movie Awards. The actor-and-comedian – who is set to star in movie ‘Horrible Bosses’ alongside Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman and Jamie Foxx this year – could be set to inject some serious comedy into the ceremony if his regular performances on ‘Saturday Night Live’ after anything to go by.

by Team Bloginity

Anna Faris could be set for a role in ‘The Dictator’ alongside Sacha Baron Cohen. The ‘Scary Movie’ actress is reportedly in competition with Kristen Wiig and Gillian Jacobs for the female lead role in the movie, which will see ‘Borat’ and ‘Bruno’ director Larry Charles reuniting with Sacha for the production of the motion picture. Anna would be ideal for the part if her ‘Scary Movie’ performances are anything to go by, and she’s recently revealed comedy is for her.

by Team Bloginity

Jayne Lynch will star alongside Sofia Vergara in the ‘Three Stooges’ movie. The ‘Glee’ actress – who plays Sue Sylvester in the Fox musical-comedy series, which also features Lea Michele and Dianna Agron – will also act alongside titular trio Chris Diamantopoulos, Will Sasso and Sean Hayes. ‘Role Models’ actress Jayne will play the Mother Superior of an orphanage who has been trying to get the trio adopted, but without success – and that’s not a surprise if Jayne’s character is anything like the outspoken cheerleading coach she plays in ‘Glee’

by Team Bloginity

Javier Bardem is reportedly set to star in ‘The Dark Tower’. The ‘No Country For Old Men’ actor – who is believed to have beaten competition from Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig for the role – will play the part of gunslinger Roland Deschain in the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s book series of the same name. A source told ‘The New York Post': “Bardem has signed on to the first movie and the miniseries, but the intention is that he will star in all the movies and each of the TV series.