Everyone is buzzing about the new movie Juno from director Jason Reitman (Thank You For Smoking) and with good reason - It's a great movie.
Today we've got an exclusive clip from Juno hosted by it's star Ellen Page and stripper-turned-screenwriter Diablo Cody.
Juno is out today and we highly recommend you check it out!
Posted 12.05.07 by reelz
You can't keep a good Bluth down. Our very own Jeff Otto, fresh from his exclusive interview with Arrested Development star Jason Bateman at the press day for Bateman's new flick Juno, called in with the exciting news that the prospect of an AD movie is still very much a possibility. Bateman relayed the encouraging news to after a weekend meeting with series creator Mitch Hurwitz.
The latest statement comes on the heels of our August 24th report, in which Bateman remarked that a big-screen Bluth reunion "is certainly on the table."
Michael Cera, Bateman's fellow Arrested Development castmember and the co-star of Juno, indicated that he'd be game for an AD movie as well. Posted 12.03.07 by reelz
Jason Reitman, the director of the upcoming movie, Juno has taken to the Interweb. The comedy, about a pregnant teen (which we all know is hilarious), is absolutely bursting with buzz after making the film festival circuit.
Juno isn't coming out for us plebes for another month. But in the meantime, you can keep tabs and get your fix on Reitman's blog. It's pretty funny. Posted 11.07.07 by reelz
News from the film festival circuit confirms that Jason Reitman's comedy, Juno, and actor Javier Bardem are ones to watch this awards season.
Juno, about an unhappily pregnant 16-year-old, won the top prize at last weekend's Rome Film Fesitval--this is in addition to winning accolades at Telluride and Toronto.
And the Santa Barbara Film Festival announced that it will be giving Javier Bardem its Montecito Award for his performance in the Coen Brothers' upcoming No Country For Old Men.
Definitely two to track as the awards ceremonies start happening.
Source: Variety. Posted 10.29.07 by reelz
The Hollywood Film Festival will honor Richard Gere with its Actor of the Year award at its 11th annual gala, reports the The Hollywood Reporter. Gere, who this year turned in acclaimed performances in two little-seen films, The Hoax and The Hunting Party, will be feted along with Director of the Year Marc Forster (The Kite Runner) at The Beverly Hills Hilton on October 22nd.
The fest, which touts itself as one of the more accurate predictors of Oscar success, will also be honoring Juno screenwriter Diablo Cody and Hairspray star John Travolta, among others.
Click here for more information on the 11th annual Hollywood Film Festival. Posted 10.02.07 by reelz
Ever since Arrested Development's premature demise, fans of the short-lived, critically acclaimed series have held out hope that the beloved comedy might somehow resurface, whether as a series on another network or as a feature film.
"That is certainly on the table and not dead yet; I just don't know when the right time will be," Arrested Development star Jason Bateman revealed today in an exclusive interview with Reelz.com, adding that the surging careers of fellow castmembers Michael Cera and Will Arnett could help the effort. "Maybe by virtue of us doing well, it makes the idea of a re-visit -- whether it be in a movie or whatever -- a little bit more of a viable scenario. Because if none of us had careers after Arrested Development, it would kind of reek of 'Oh, these poor people couldn't let it go,' or 'They need to make a check.'"
Bateman has several high-profile film projects on the horizon, including Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium and Juno. His latest movie, The Kingdom, opens on September 28th. Posted 08.24.07 by reelz