JAMES MCAVOY ON SET OF "WANTED" PART 3 
James McAvoy talking about the car scene in "Wanted" with Angelina Jolie (Part 3).



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RAPPER ACTOR COMMON TALKS ABOUT "WANTED" 
And here's Common for "Wanted."

We talked about:

His acting resume
His involvement with the film
Shooting in Chicago
His character Gunsmith
The film's theme, "fate vs. destiny"
Morgan Freeman's character Sloan



"Wanted" is directed by Timur Bekmambetov, based on the comic book by Mark Millar and J.G. Jones.

The film opens June 27th.


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THOMAS KRETSCHMANN, CROSS, TALKS ABOUT "WANTED" 
Thomas Kretschmann, the assassin Cross in "Wanted" talks about his character in the movie.

We also talked about one of the themes of the film, "humor through violence" and director Timur Bekmambetov's vision.

Have fun with my interview :happy



"Wanted" is directed by Timur Bekmambetov, based on the comic book by Mark Millar and J.G. Jones.

The film opens June 27th.


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RUSSELL CROWE, RIDLEY SCOTT TOGETHER AGAIN FOR "ROBIN HOOD" FLICK!!! 


Director Ridley Scott helmed Rusell Crowe in 3 films! Scott gave Crowe a Best Actor Oscar for "Gladiator" in 2000, he tried to cast the actor in a softer light, sort of, in 2006's "A Good Year," and the duo mesmerized, alongside Denzel Washington in last year's "American Gangster."

Now, Scott is going to cast Crowe as the Sheriff of Nottingham, a brave lawman who's entangled in a love triangle between Maid Marion (Sienna Miller) and Robin Hood.

Universal Pictures has scheduled "Nottingham" for a Nov. 6, 2009, release.


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MOVIE REVIEW: "THE LOVE GURU" 


It’s been 6 years since Mike Myers came up with an original character. “Austin Powers in Goldmember” opened in 2002, and since then, the comedian navigated between voicing the super-popular “Shrek” films and playing The Cat in the awful adaptation of “The Cat in the Hat.”

If we’re going to believe the production notes of Myers’ new film, “The Love Guru,” it’s supposed to be a deeply personal project for the actor. After his father died, Myers began a serious quest that led him to gurus and ashrams, and then back to comedy again.

According to Deepak Chopra, who incidentally made a cameo in the movie, Myers came to see that “humor is humanity’s way of escaping deep suffering.” Upon seeing “The Love Guru,” I wished Myers had made a better film, worthy of his pain. Read More...

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