First stop, "Milk" about the life of slain politician Harvey Milk (Sean Penn). The real-life Milk was the first openly gay politician elected to public office.
Penn gives the performance of his career, and the acting ensemble is commendable headed by James Franco as Harvey's partner, Scott Smith.
The film opens in limited release Dec. 5th, and COMING SOON, CHECK OUT MY INTERVIEWS WITH JAMES FRANCO, EMILE HIRSCH, AND ALISON PILL.
You will not forget this movie! Adapted by Peter Morgan ("The Queen") from his award-winning play, "Frost/Nixon" recounts the explosive interview that featherweight TV personality, David Frost (Michael Sheen who played Tony Blair in "The Queen") conducted with fallen US President Richard Nixon (the fantastic Frank Langella).
Smart and brimming with energetic zeal! Director Ron Howard scores!
One of the year's best! The film opens Dec. 5th, and COMING SOON, MY INTERVIEWS WITH RON HOWARD, FRANK LANGELLA, MICHAEL SHEEN, SAM ROCKWELL, OLIVER PLATT, AND MATTHEW MACFAYDEN.
And then we have "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." I love this movie! Director David Fincher created a lyrical film about death and dying told in reverse!
Brad Pitt stars as the title character who's born old and regresses as the film moves forward. Cate Blanchett stars as Daisy, the love of his life!
Let me tell ya, I'M STILL CRYING!!!! FILM OPENS CHRISTMAS DAY!
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In the wake of "Twilight's" super huge Friday opening ($35.7 million), Summit Entertainment announced that they're moving forward with "New Moon," the second book in the franchise.
We don't know if director Catherine Hardwicke will return, but I've heard that Melissa Rosenberg has already begun writing.
Let's hope and pray that the second one will be MUCH BETTER than "Twilight." The book certainly is! It has a better narrative arch surrounding Edward leaving Bella to protect her from other vampires.
Oh and yeah, let's avoid lines like "you're my personal heroin" okay?
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According to our friends at Film School Rejects, the planned "Oldboy" film with Will Smith set to star and Steven Spielberg to direct is not a remake of the Korean flick!
The last thing we heard about the planned film, Spielberg and company were trying to acquire the rights from Mandate Pictures.
So did that deal fall through, and now, Spielberg and friends are going to adapt the comic book instead?
But truth be told, I'd rather see a fresh take on the original source material than remaking a thoroughly engrossing film!
And I don't doubt Spielberg will create his own involving take about a kidnapped man out for revenge!
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The "Get Smart" filmmaking team will soon shout Shazam! Director Peter Segal and his Callahan Filmworks partner Michael Ewing are being offered by Warner Bros. with a three-year first-look deal.
The studio also bought the script for "Captain Marvel" written by John August ("Corpse Bride," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"), and is part of the three-year deal attached with Segal and Ewing.
Segal will direct the movie!
I used to love the TV series partnered with "Isis." Remember those cheesy but iconic shows? I used to click through them with my Viewfinder
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The "X-Men" franchise will get a younger set of mutants! Fox has declined to comment on the news, but I have a sneaky felling it will be based on the comic book franchise titled "X-Men: First Class."
Comicbook revolves around the characters Iceman, Rogue, Angel, Colossus, Jubilee and Shadowcat, but Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Angel and Professor X may also appear.
So the "Gossip Girl" twist? Fox is seriously considering "Gossip Girl" creator Josh Schwartz to write "X-Men: First Class." It's still unclear if Schwartz is also being considered to direct the film.
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