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When Take Me Home Tonight hits theaters on March 4, 2011, you’ll see Topher Grace all but reprising his role as Eric Forman, as the actor portrays a college grad with potential who isn’t quite going anywhere. The role is rounded out by a harsh father and an overly confident mother (who tells Grace to be an astronaut). But when his dream girl rolls back into town, Grace then decides he’s going to fake the good life to win her over. Check out the Take Me Home Tonight trailer below if that doesn’t quite make sense.
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Source Code follows Capt. Colter Stevens (Gyllenhaal), a soldier who has to find out who planted a bomb on a commuter train.
Tonight, Bloginity is upset to bring you the news that Leslie Nielsen is dead. Nielsen worked extensively on television but is most well known for his roles in The Naked Gun and Airplane. Nielsen died today due to complications from pneumonia. He was 84.
The last time you saw Danny McBride was probably in HBO’s hit Eastbound and Down, and James Franco was recently named one of GQ’s Men of the Year (see James Franco and the others here).
Seems like today is Ryan Reynolds’ day. Ryan Reynolds was revealed as People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive 2010 – read about that right here – and you can now see him in the first official Green Lantern movie trailer.
It’s official – Ryan Reynolds is the Sexiest Man Alive in 2010. Well, according to People magazine that is, who crowned the Canadian actor, still best known to some for his role in Van Wilder, Sexiest Man Alive 2010. Although that sophomoric role may still hold sway for some, Reynolds has beefed up his resume significantly, with appearances in films such as Waiting, The Proposal, and the upcoming Green Lantern.
Barbara Streisand and Robert Redford, who starred together in 1973’s The Way We Were, came together on the Oprah Winfrey Show today to discuss they way they were during the filming of the classic movie.
The Newest installment of Harry Potter marks the Deathly end to an incredible era for the adventurous wizard.
Patrick Fugit has been cast in Cameron Crowe’s upcoming movie We Bought a Zoo. Fugit will join Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson and Thomas Haden Church in the film.
Cogan’s Trade follows Jackie Cogan (Pitt), a professional enforcer, as he investigates a heist that took place during a mob-protected poker game.
Tyler Perry’s latest entry at the box office, For Colored Girls, may be a little different than what Perry’s fans might have been expecting. Rather than bringing back the wildly successful Madea franchise, Perry’s For Colored Girls is an adaptation of the classic prose play, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf. To see if this film is for you, read on and check out the For Colored Girls trailer video below.
George Clooney is set to star in and direct a new film, The Ides of March. The film, based on Beau Willimon’s play Farragut North, centers on a primary race for the Democratic presidential nominee. Clooney will play Governor Morris, a candidate in the race. Ryan Gosling (Half Nelson), Marisa Tomei (The Wrestler), Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote), Evan Rachel Wood (Across the Universe) and Paul Giamatti (Sideways) will round out the star-studded cast.
Director Judd Apatow has been lying low since his third directorial feature, Funny People, hit theaters last year. That is, he has been lying low until now. Universal Studios has announced that Apatow’s next film will be released on June 1, 2012.
Christopher Nolan, the director of the latest incarnation of Batman movies, has revealed that the next Batman film will be titled The Dark Knight Rises, and that the film will not feature the Riddler as the main villain. Looks like sales of Riddler costumes will likely plummet this Halloween. In addition, Nolan noted that The Dark Knight Rises would be refreshingly 3D free, a sign that Warner Bros. doesn’t want to follow the retro trend sweeping across Hollywood.