A couple new clips from the upcoming comedy The Hangover -- which follows three friends who must piece together a wild, Las Vegas stag party they can't remember and find the bachelor before the wedding -- arrived online. The first clip finds the bachelor (Justin Bartha) in happier times as his father-in-law (Jeffrey Tambor) lets him borrow a prized automobile:
In the second clip, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis talk to Heather Graham to see if she can help them find Bartha: Posted 05.19.09 by Ryan
Though it might sound like some kind of wacky Ben Stiller comedy, Holy Rollers, about a group of Hasidic Jewish youths peddling Ecstasy in mid-'90's Brooklyn, is actually based on a true story.
"I like to call it the Jewish Mean Streets," Rollers star Justin Bartha told Reelz.com last week, referencing Martin Scorsese's gritty 1973 tale. "It's like Jew Streets. Myself and Jesse Eisenberg are gonna play young Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn. If you look at Mean Streets, he'd be the Harvey Keitel character and I would be De Niro."
Holy Rollers will commence shooting next spring with an eye toward a 2009 release. Bartha can next be seen alongside Nicolas Cage, Jon Voight and Diane Kruger in National Treasure: Book of Secrets, which opens tomorrow. Posted 12.20.07 by reelz
Nicolas Cage and his treasure-hunting pals Jon Voight, Diane Kruger and Justin Bartha are back to re-write history once again in National Treasure: Book of Secrets, the follow-up to the 2004 blockbuster National Treasure. The latest installment, opening nationwide on December 21st, centers on John Wilkes Booth's diary, the Statue of Liberty and a quest to find the fabled lost City of Gold.
To view the images, head over to our Book of Secrets page and click on the "Photos" tab. Posted 12.03.07 by reelz