Just imagine the conversations in the ladies' room of the Four Seasons during this event!we've got hollywood covered
Weeknights after the movies Posted 10.18.12 by BrentJS
Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
Protecting one's family is never easy, but in Dreamworks Animation's The Croods, overprotective patriarch Grug (voiced by Nicolas Cage) may have gone a step too far. Living in a cave they are not allowed to leave, The Croods follows the titular family as their lives are changed forever when an earthquake forces them to embark on an adventure in the prehistoric world they've avoided. Emma Stone provides the voice of eldest daughter Eep, who yearns to see more of the outside world, and falls in love with a nomad (voiced by Ryan Reynolds) they meet on their journey. The first trailer for the movie doesn't go that in-depth on the movie's plot, but writer-directors Kirk DeMicco (Space Chimps) and Chris Sanders (How to Train Your Dragon) introduce the trailer, and explain the movie's story. trailers from every era
Saturdays 10:00a ET / 7:00a PT watch the trailer >> Posted 10.05.12 by Ryan
Leprechauns, ruined birthdays, and home school taunting.
Romantic comedy anthologies are becoming rather popular these days, particularly ones that revolve around a particular holiday, but comedy anthologies are a hard thing to come by — 2007's The Ten comes to mind as does the classic Kentucky Fried Movie — but coming early next year is Movie 43, which stars almost the entirety of Hollywood and has a director list almost as long. In fact, it's hard to believe there are some actors and directors that aren't associated with Movie 43.
Revealed in just the red band trailer alone, Chris Pratt and Anna Faris share a romantic(?) moment; Halle Berry ruins a blind kid's birthday; Terrence Howard reminds a basketball team of the advantage they have; Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts decide to give their home-schooled son an authentic high school experience; Emma Stone checks in on Kieran Culkin's STD; and Seann William Scott and Johnny Knoxville capture a leprechaun (Gerard Butler). That's not all, of course, Chloe Grace Moretz, Richard Gere, Hugh Jackman and Kate Winslet also appear in the very NSFW trailer, which does its very best to be as outrageous and offensive as possible.movie trailers and more
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Everybody has their favorite actor, the one they will go see in any movie, no matter what. Movie studios also have their favorite actors, particularly the ones that can sell a movie to a viewing public. When an actor moves from supporting roles to carrying a movie, studios put those actors on the proverbial "A-List." The actors on that list fluctuate with the times, but the reasons behind whether an actor can be on the A-list or not remains the same.
Stephen Galloway, executive editor of The Hollywood Reporter explained to The Hollywood Dailies the three criteria that put an actor on "the A-list," while discussing whether several actors — Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man), Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises), Kristen Stewart (Twilight), Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games), Ryan Gosling (Drive), Emma Watson (Harry Potter) and Jessica Chastain (The Help), among others — belonged on that list. Who makes it and who doesn't may surprise you. Posted 08.22.12 by Ryan
Playing the love interest in a tentpole comic book movie can be a daunting challenge for any actress but for Emma Stone it was a challenge she accepted.
Before taking the role of Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man, which opens at midnight tonight, Sam Raimi's Spidey trilogy was the extent of Stone's knowledge of the legendary comic book character. Reelz asked Stone if she was hesitant about being part of the worldwide phenomenon that is Spider-Man.
Yeah, I think there was hesitation then I tried to get my head out of my own ass and be like 'OK, not necessarily going to happen to you, you're not that interesting.'
At least one person thinks Stone is that interesting — her co-star and current real-life boyfriend, Andrew Garfield, whom Stone called a real charmer. The actor, best known for his role in The Social Network, returned the compliment, saying Stone is a brilliant actress and person.
Definitely a charmer. watch the exclusive interview >> Posted 07.02.12 by Chris
The upcoming adaptation of The Amazing Spider-Man won't be the first theatrical representation of Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker's first love from the Marvel comic books (prior to Mary Jane Watson and with apologies to Betty Brant), as Bryce Dallas Howard played the character in 2007's Spider-Man 3, the final installment in director Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy. A few years later, Emma Stone is playing the blonde-haired object of Parker's affection in the upcoming reboot, which takes Parker back to high school and his radioactive spider-bite beginnings. Talking with THR before the movie's Los Angeles premiere, Stone admitted that her version of Gwen, as well as the reboot itself, will be very different from the trilogy that ended five years ago. stone talks the already scheduled sequel >> Posted 06.30.12 by Ryan
Even before Emma Stone dyed her red hair blonde (or should we say returned to her natural color?) to play Peter Parker's love interest Gwen Stacy in next month's The Amazing Spider-Man, she was on the fast-track to stardom. With Spider-Man hitting theaters in just a few weeks, Stone now is firmly planted on the A-List path.
In a new interview with Vulture, Stone talks about the pitfalls of fame, being hunted by the paparazzi, and Jim Carrey's weird obsession with her.
Stone said it's hard for her and boyfriend-Spidey co-star Andrew Garfield to leave their Chelsea apartment.
You start to notice just, like, little things. Like the people next to you taking sneaky camera-phone pictures, and you're like, "Okay, this is a thing now." ...I freak out having a Facebook. Stone on Carrey and tabloids >> Posted 06.19.12 by Chris
We're not even going to pretend that the things we love most about superhero movies are the costumes, powers, villains and crazy fight scenes, but the best superhero movies are those that also have a heart. While "driven" superheroes like the Punisher and Batman may not have time for a love life, many of the more light-hearted superheroes do, and the on-screen depictions of their courting rituals often leave us with some pretty memorable imagery. Who can forget the scene in Richard Donner's Superman where Lois (Margot Kidder) flies with Superman (Christopher Reeve) for the first time or the upside-down kiss between Spider-Man (Tobey Maguire) and Mary Jane (Kirsten Dunst) in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man?
Mary Jane is out of the picture (literally) in director Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man, but Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) is back and in her rightful role as Peter Parker's (Andrew Garfield) first girlfriend. Little of the marketing material for The Amazing Spider-Man has really played up their love affair, but now we have a romantic new poster of the star-crossed lovers (read your comic books!), presumably perched atop a bridge or skyscraper overlooking Manhattan. It's a start, but Webb is going to have to try a lot harder if he plans on topping Raimi's iconic Spidey-kiss. check out the new poster >> Posted 06.15.12 by BrentJS
Typically, you have to wait for the home video release of a movie to get a look at the behind-the-scenes footage known in the industry as B-roll, but more than 20 minutes of footage from the making of The Amazing Spider-Man was recently made available for viewing online, in advance of the movie's July 3rd opening.
Broken up into six individual videos, the B-roll footage peels back the curtain to reveal how director Marc Webb used practical effects to simulate superpowers whenever possible and also offers proof that new Peter Parker/Spider-Man Andrew Garfield did quite a few of his own stunts in the movie. Most of the main cast members — Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, Rhys Ifans as Dr. Curt Connors, Martin Sheen as Uncle Ben, Denis Leary as Capt. George Stacy — also appear in one video or the other. We even get to see Webb and Spider-Man co-creator and comic book icon Stan Lee yucking it up on the set. watch the behind-the-scenes videos >> Posted 06.11.12 by BrentJS
With so much promotional material for the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man released this month — new viral video and featurette, still images, posters, 4-minute preview of the Lizard (Rhys Ifans), and new trailer — it would appear that Sony/Columbia would be all out of new material to offer hungry fans. Such is not the case.
The latest issue of Entertainment Weekly has revealed several new images (via ComingSoon) of Ifans as Dr. Curt Connors, aka the Lizard, in various stages of transformation — injecting himself, in full Lizard form, and naked in the sewer back in human form. There's also more photos of Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) with Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) — one at high school and one behind-the-scenes photo of Parker swinging the two around on his webs — and another of Stacy alone, finding some destruction in one of the science classrooms. check out the photos >> Posted 05.26.12 by Ryan