Cyrus gets yet another makeover.
The transition from Hannah Montana to movie star hasn't been an entirely smooth one for Miley Cyrus, who scored a hit with the 2010 romantic drama The Last Song, but saw the follow-up, LOL get quietly dumped into limited release over the summer and, lately, seems to get more attention for her hairstyle choices. However, an upcoming stint on CBS' Two and a Half Men that starts this week should be a boost, and could help promote her eventual action-comedy So Undercover.
Still lacking a release date (at least in the U.S. — it opens in the U.K. in December), So Undercover sees Cyrus play a teenage private investigator who is approached by an FBI agent (Jeremy Piven) to go undercover at a college where she has to protect the life of a key witness' daughter (Lauren McKnight). The first trailer has arrived online, so Cyrus fans can see what they are missing out on while So Undercover continues to open in foreign markets. Not to play spoiler, but a makeover is involved.the latest in trailers
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In spite of the fact that the 2011 Sundance Film Festival press screening of director Mark Pellington's (Henry Poole is Here) new movie, I Melt With You, resulted in what New York Magazine (NYM) described as a "moviegoer exodus," speculatively attributed to the "movie's constant drug-taking, which is so immense that the characters may have more lines of coke than lines of dialogue," Magnolia Pictures picked up the distribution rights to the movie and will be releasing it On Demand on Nov. 4, before its limited theatrical run on Dec. 9.
Written by Glenn Porter, I Melt With You stars Rob Lowe, Thomas Jane, Jeremy Piven and Christian McKay as four former high school friends who reunite at a summer beach house to, as NYM puts it, "do drugs, cry and scream about their midlife crises, and do more drugs." Watch the new Red Band trailer and see for yourself why some have labeled the movie "a work of extreme self-indulgence," and others have praised it as "a perfectly cast film" that delivers "a profoundly moving experience.". read the synopsis & watch the Red Band trailer >> Posted 10.01.11 by BrentJS
The Weinstein Company has released the first photo of Jeremy Piven as The Timekeeper, the villain in writer-director-producer-editor Robert Rodriguez's upcoming Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World.
While Piven's dapper look seems a little safe for a villain's costume (or perfect if the movie was set in the 1930s), it's best to remember that this is Spy Kids 4, not Bourne 4. What Piven is doing with his big watch is another story, covered in the sequel's official synopsis. what threat does a "Timekeeper" pose? >> Posted 05.13.11 by Ryan
A couple of weeks ago we reported on the story that Jeremy Piven was going to be in a Will Ferrell/Adam McKay-produced movie called Don Ready. Now we have the full details.
The complete name of the movie is The Goods: The Don Ready Story, and it is about a used-car salesman who must save a struggling dealership during a Fourth of July liquidation sale. It will be the feature directing debut of Neal Brennan (The Chappelle Show).
Source: The Hollywood Reporter Posted 08.27.07 by reelz
Jennifer Aniston is about to be the next cast member to join in Ken Kwapis's (License to Wed, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) adaptation of He's Just Not That Into You. The former Friends star is in negotiations to play a woman in a long-term relationship with a marriage-phobic boyfriend, says The Hollywood Reporter. Filming is scheduled to start next month in LA.
Jeremy Piven (Entourage, Smokin' Aces) let slip to MTV on the Common music video shoot that he is about to star in a comedy called Don Ready. He wouldn't reveal anymore details other than that it is being produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay--which are obviously pretty juicy details.
And finally, former Nicholl fellowship winner James Mottern will make his feature directing debut with his script Trucker, about a female truck driver who has to start to take care of her estranged 11-year-old son after his father is hospitalized. The indie drama will star Michelle Monaghan (North Country, Mr. & Mrs. Smith), Nathan Fillion (Waitress, Firefly), Benjamin Bratt (Miss Congeniality, Traffic), Joey Lauren Adams (Chasing Amy, Big Daddy), and Jimmy Bennett (Evan Almighty, Poseidon), says Variety. Posted 08.16.07 by reelz