Reelz' Entertainment Rundown
The Valentine’s Day Box Office saw Valentine’s romance winning over Die Hard action with the movie Safe Haven coming out on top with $8.9 million. The latest Nicholas Sparks film adaptation starring Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel just beat A Good Day To Die Hard, which came second with $8.3 million. However the fifth John McClane movie is expected to get ahead over the long weekend.
GRAMMY drama continues as Adele attempts to dispel rumors that she shouted at Chris Brown for not standing when Frank Ocean beat him to win Best Urban Contemporary Album. EOnline reports that the superstar emphasized that they were just complimenting each other when the alleged shouting took place which pleased Chris Brown as he took to Twitter to express his thanks: "I heard your words and thats all that matters. Thank u for speaking truth. CB."
Anchorman: The Legend Continues may have an additional cast member. Cinema Blend says Terence Stamp may be joining the confirmed return of the original stars including Paul Rudd, Steve Carrell, David Koechner and Christina Applegate. Although his possible role is not yet revealed it is believed that he will play the world's most notorious media mogul. Kristen Wiig will also join the cast Posted 02.15.13 by reelz
Time to break out the Kleenex again.
When it comes to searching for a sure thing, romantic tear-jerker, Hollywood seems to look no further than Nicholas Sparks, the author behind book-turned-movies like The Notebook, Dear John and the upcoming Safe Haven. In fact, Safe Haven is the eighth movie to be made from a Sparks novel, following April's The Lucky One.
Though Safe Haven only started shooting in June, the first trailer for the movie is already online and should please Sparks fans. Set in North Carolina (Sparks' home state), Safe Haven follows a mysterious woman (Julianne Hough) who settles into the town of Southport and falls in love with a widowed shop owner (Josh Duhamel) until her dark past catches up with her. Yes, there is a romantic scene in the rain. Yes, Dear John director Lasse Hallstrom helmed the movie. Yes, we smell another hit.more romantic trailers
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For those that aren't aware, the upcoming Rock of Ages is based on the Broadway musical filled with classic rock hits of the 1980s, and just in case the first trailer didn't make it clear enough, the second trailer for the movie version wants audiences to know that the movie will still be filled with cast members singing those songs — even Tom Cruise.
Ostensibly about following your dreams, Rock of Ages follows two aspiring musicians (Julianne Hough and Diego Boneta) hoping to capture their moment in the spotlight while contending with eccentric club owners (Alec Baldwin and Mary J. Blige), money-hungry music executives (Paul Giamatti) and an angry Mayor's wife (Catherine Zeta-Jones) who wants to stop the rock 'n roll madness. watch the trailer >> Posted 04.03.12 by Ryan
For those that aren't familiar with the hit Broadway musical, the trailer for the movie adaptation for Rock of Ages may not explain the musical's plot, but it does reveal the comedic — borderline ridiculous — tone of the ensemble movie. Set in 1980s Hollywood, the trailer reveals the movie's large ensemble, filled with rock 'n roll sensations (Tom Cruise), club owners (Alec Baldwin and Mary J. Blige), club managers (Russell Brand), rock 'n roll haters (Catherine Zeta-Jones) and rock 'n roll dreamers (Julianne Hough and Diego Boneta).
"This movie is just a giant party," director Adam Shankman (Hairspray) said to MTV about the trailer. "It's a bring-your-friends giant party." And, according to Shankman, no one had more fun at the party than Cruise. watch the trailer >> Posted 12.14.11 by Ryan
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is needs some big-time help for one of his next movies and that help is coming from... Susan Sarandon?
Currently shooting G.I. Joe 2: Retaliation, THR reports that one of Johnson's next projects is the action thriller Snitch, which sees the former wrestler-turned-action star play a suburban father who goes undercover to help capture a drug dealer when his teenage son is given a long prison sentence. Sarandon will play an ambitious U.S. attorney who thinks a drug bust will help her political ambitions.
Written and directed by Ric Roman Waugh (Felon), Snitch was originally written by Justin Haythe (Revolutionary Road), until Waugh became attached and rewrote the script, and is based on a Frontline documentary. No word on when Snitch will start shooting — oddly, no one is talking. More casting news >> Posted 09.28.11 by Ryan
Yesterday, MTV released the poster for the upcoming Footloose remake and, as promised, the trailer has now arrived.
For fans of the 1984 original, it looks like the remake isn't veering too far from its predecessor. The movie still follows Ren McCormick (here Kenny Wormald instead of Kevin Bacon) who moves from a big city to the small town of Bomont, where Reverend Shaw Moore (Dennis Quaid replacing John Lithgow) has outlawed dancing. There's even a solo dancing sequence in an empty warehouse. watch the trailer >> Posted 06.22.11 by Ryan
Paramount announced today the completion of principle casting for writer/director Craig Brewer’s Footloose. Following an extensive worldwide search, newcomer Kenny Wormald will play the highly coveted role of Ren, opposite previously announced star Julianne Hough (Dancing with the Stars) as Ariel. Dennis Quaid also joins the cast in the role of Reverend Moore, along with Miles Teller as Willard. WHO IS KENNY WORMALD? Posted 06.22.10 by reelz