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News on Daniel Barnz's movie version of Alex Flinn's popular young adult novel Beastly has been a little on the slow side recently, with only trailers and a couple of cast interviews made readily available to fans. This is most likely due to the movie's original July 2010 release date being moved to March 2011, which was announced on the official Beastly Facebook page.
But at least a new poster for the movie was released on the Facebook page, showing main stars Alex Pettyfer (Stormbreaker) and Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical) staring longingly into each other's eyes. The tagline states "Love is Never Ugly," for reasons that are, well, visibly clear.
When it comes to the mix of movies being offered up, not much has changed since we previewed Summer 2010 blockbusters back in September 2009. The season is still packed with sequels, remakes, comic book adaptations, and 3-D.
Meaning, fans of action/adventure movies (11), comedies (8), and chick flicks (9) are in luck, as are parents looking for a way to entertain the kids (10). But the pickings are slim for horror fans (3) and those looking for some summer drama (6) or thrilling intrigue (5). Check 'em all out in our 2010 Summer Movie Guide.
Fans of action/adventure movies, comedies, and chick flicks are in luck, as are parents looking for a way to entertain the kids.