"The Proposal" Funny Interview Bloopers! See Me Play with Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds, director Anne Fletcher, and the Lovely and Amazing Betty White! 
Take a look at this funny reel. Before my interviews began, Betty White, Sandra Bullock, and Ryan Reynolds were talking about my shirt!

Miss Betty loved it, Ryan was perplexed by it, and Sandra did not believe me that I specially bought that shirt for my interviews! But I swear it's true! I went to the mall the week before just to shop for "The Proposal." Pathetic, I know.

And director Anne Fletcher (I love her!!!!) talked about the Philippines, and The Filipino Channel!

My full, one-on-one interviews with "The Proposal" will be up very soon, so is my review, but for now, have fun with this little, funny morsel.



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Writer of "The Queen" and "Frost/Nixon" Will Work with James Bond! 


Peter Morgan, the genius behind "The Queen" and "Frost/Nixon" has joined the 007 team! Morgan is set to co-write the 23rd Bond film with Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, the writers behind the last four Bond movies.

The three writers will team-up for this new Bond film that will once again star Daniel Craig as Agent 007.

Purvis and Wade previously worked with Paul Haggis ("Crash") for "Casino Royale" and "Quantum of Solace."

Can I just tell you that I'm so excited for this news? I regard Morgan as a brilliant scriptwriter and one can just imagine what twists and turns he'll put our favorite spy in.

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"Wolverine" Stars Headed to "Mars!" See the "Wall-E" Connection! 


"X-Men Origins: Wolverine" stars Taylor Kitsch (Gambit) and Lynn Collins (Kayla Silverfox) are set to star in "John Carter of Mars" from Walt Disney Pictures.

But the movie buff in me is very happy that "Finding Nemo" and "Wall-E" director, Andrew Stanton will helm the film in his first live-action directorial debut!

Kitsch will play John Carter, a Civil War veteran who gets mysteriously transported to Mars. Collins will play Dejah Thoris, the Princess of Mars. Sounds far-fetched but anybody who can make us fall in love with an animated robot movie that is pretty much a silent film in its first half can do no wrong. For now, at least...

Stanton will be working from a script he co-wrote with Mark Andrews and the film is scheduled to begin production early next year.

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"Ghostbusters: the Videogame" Revives Interest in Third Movie 


As we told you last September, Columbia Pictures wanted a new "Ghosbusters" movie. And why not? It's been 25 years since Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and Ernie Hudson first busted ghosts in Manhattan.

Now, the team is back in a new videogame and they're all in consensus -- a third movie is coming!

The videogame, which will be released Tuesday (June 16th) by Atari (how apropo), features the voice of the original cast including the lovely Annie Potts as the receptionist. The setting of the game is New York circa 1991, two years after "Ghostbusters II."

(For a review of the game, click here)

Aykroyd and Ramis, who co-wrote the first two films, consider this videogame the third film of the franchise, albeit in virtual form.

Ramis said getting the cast back together for the game rekindled their interest for the third flick. He told Hollywood Reporter, "It had sort of been contemplated before, and Dan had once written a spec script about it, which was not bad, but there was no group will that galvanized around that script," Ramis said.

"I think what the game did was revive our belief in it and certainly demonstrated that there was a public appetite and interest in it."

Let's hope Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, co-exec producers of "The Office," hurry and finish the script for "Ghostbusters 3."

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Controversial "Antichrist" to be Shown in Britain with No Cuts, No Censors! 


Lars von Trier ("Dogville," "Dancer in the Dark"), one of the true visionaries in modern cinema, created a film full of sex, violence, and female self-mutilation and the British Board of Film Classification said it's all OK for "Antichrist" to be shown in its entirety. No cuts or snips.

The film will be shown in Britain with an "18" certificate, very similar to our NC-17 here in the U.S.

In "Antichrist," Willem Dafoe star as He, and Charlotte Gainsbourg is She, a grieving couple who goes back to their cabin in the woods in hopes of repairing their troubled marriage. But little do they know, nature is about to test their bond.

Why did the British Board of Film Classification said yes to "Antichrist?" BBFC director David Cooke said, "The sexual imagery, while strong, is relatively brief, and the board has since 1990 passed a number of works containing such images."

Cooke further said that "adults should be free to decide for themselves what to watch or what not to watch, provided it is neither illegal nor harmful."

Hurray for the Brits! :happy

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