My Fun Interviews with "Valentine's Day" Cast! Before You Watch the Film, Check These Out! 


I enjoyed "Valentine's Day," the film will put you in a good mood. But while I had fun watching the movie, I had a much better time interviewing the cast and director Garry Marshall. (Read my review of "Valentine's Day" right here)

So I'm sharing the fun I had with you, by posting my interviews with Jennifer Garner, Jessica Alba, Anne Hathaway and Topher Grace, George Lopez, Shirley Maclaine and Hector Elizondo, and director Garry Marshall.

Garner was super sweet, Alba gave me love lessons, Hathaway and Grace were funny, Lopez gave me a rose, Maclaine and Elizondo were very witty, and Marshall was delightful!

"The last time you talked to me I was a chicken," Marshall said, referring to my last interview with him for the film "Chicken Little." Well I'm glad he's back on the director's chair because he truly can balance the romantic and the comedy.

HAVE FUN! :happy

JENNIFER GARNER



JESSICA ALBA



ANNE HATHAWAY AND TOPHER GRACE



GEORGE LOPEZ




SHIRLEY MACLAINE AND HECTOR ELIZONDO



DIRECTOR GARRY MARSHALL



Here's more info on "Valentine's Day" from Yahoo:

GENRES: Comedy, Romance and Holiday
IN THEATERS: February 12th, 2010
MPAA: PG-13 for some sexual material and brief partial nudity
RUNNING TIME: 1 hr. 57 min.

A diverse group of Los Angelenos navigate their way through romance and heartbreak over the course of one Valentine's Day.

STARRING:

Jessica Alba
Kathy Bates
Jessica Biel
Bradley Cooper
Eric Dane
Patrick Dempsey
Hector Elizondo
Jamie Foxx
Jennifer Garner
Topher Grace
Anne Hathaway
Ashton Kutcher
Queen Latifah
Taylor Lautner
George Lopez
Shirley MacLaine
Emma Roberts
Julia Roberts
Taylor Swift

DIRECTED BY:

Garry Marshall

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Jennifer Garner, Jessica Biel for "Laverne and Shirley" Movie? 


Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel are one of the many stars in the upcoming all-star cast romantic comedy "Valentine's Day."

Extra caught up with the film's director, Garry Marshall, and he hinted on a possible "Laverne and Shirley" movie starring Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel.

"We're gonna work on that," Marshall told Extra's Mario Lopez. "My sister Penny and Cindy are gonna have a guest cameo. They're gonna walk "schlemiel, schlemazel" -- or they're gonna get tired in the middle and sit down."

And Garner was more than willing! She said, "Are you kidding? We're dying to do it!"

The question is, is there really an interest for a "Laverne and Shirley" movie? For more on the interview, click here.

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"Zombieland" Sequel in Glorious 3D!  


"Zombieland" debuted at No. 1, so there's the inevitable sequel. Writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese revealed to MTV News that yes, they're working on a sequel and they want the film to be in 3D!

Wernick says, “We want to stick with our dysfunctional family...but also introduce new characters.” That means Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin may return for the sequel, along with new actors.

“We entirely want to write with 3-D in mind," Wernick admits. "We have the vision, and want to have fun with the technology.”

I can't wait for this! I enjoyed "Zombieland" and I can just imagine how the gore will play out in 3D!

To watch the entire interview, click here.

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"The Wolfman" Movie Review 


My expectations were set very low for “The Wolfman,” Universal Pictures’ update of the 1941 film starring Lon Chaney, Jr. The production was beleaguered with problems ranging from changing directors to release dates being pushed back more times than we see Lawrence Talbot, the movie’s antagonist, transform into a werewolf.


But upon watching the film, I can tell you now that it’s not all that bad. “The Wolfman” is old school shockfest at its finest complete with Freudian overtones. The filmmakers chose to stick true to the mood of the original movie, a decision that is both a blessing and a curse. Read More...

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"Valentine's Day" Movie Review 


The day I saw “Valentine’s Day,” I was saddened by the death of my cat. Begrudgingly, I went to the theater hoping the all-star cast would help brighten my day. Thank the film gods for “Valentine’s Day,” the film put me in a good mood.


The film is like one those sweet chocolate bonbons sold during Valentine’s Day. You know they’re bad for you but you love them anyway. “Valentine’s Day” is empty and shallow, but gosh darn it, it will make you feel really good. Read More...

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