Archive for December, 2011

One of my favorite movies in the last few years have been (500) Days of Summer. And if that isn’t the case for you, this isn’t the site for you. Despite the somewhat sad ending between Tom and Summer, it’s good to know that JGL and Zooey are still best of friends. They both took time off from their busy, busy schedules (Zooey from New Girl, She & Him//JGL from Lincoln production) to give us this awesome duet. Check it out below.


TV: Sherlock Season 2 Trailer

Posted: December 30, 2011 in Television, Trailers
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For all the talk and box office success of Guy Ritchie and Robert Downey Jr.’s Sherlock Holmes¬†adaptation, the BBC modern day version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s tale may be the best Sherlock Holmes out there. Here’s a look at the trailer for Season 2.

Danny Trejo is back as leading man again. After Robert Rodriguez gave him that opportunity in Machete, Trejo will take on another film whose trailer can easily be described as “dumb” and “ridiculous”…which is fine if that’s why you’re into. Take a look at it yourself below. P.S…Why does Ron Perlman attach himself to random movies like this?

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Seth Rogen has come a long way since Freaks and Geeks. After breaking out through several Judd Apatow roles, he most recently played leading man in The Green Hornet and supporting Joseph Gordon-Levitt in 50/50. According to Variety, Rogen is set to produce and star in The B Team, Disney’s spy film. The project, which was developed three years ago, revolves around “a top secreg agent being kidnapped, leaving his tech support team and researchers to rescue him.” He can be seen next in the mother-son road trip comedy “Mo Mother’s Curse” opposite Barbra Streisand.

As noted by Pajiba, who says you can’t win an Emmy by going full-retard. In this HBO film about Sarah Palin, Julianne Moore plays the Alaskan Governor alongside Ed Harris and Woody Harrelson. Check out the trailer below.

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A few months after we learned that Josh Brolin would be starring in Spike Lee’s upcoming remake of Park Chan-wook’s Oldboy, Twitch is reporting that Clive Owen is in talks to play the villain in the movie. This comes after rumors saying Christian Bale or Colin Firth were pu for the role. To be honest, this makes a lot more sense. Bale and Firth have reached a certain level of fame in their roles as Batman and The King to take on such a controversial role. Mia Wasikowska has also been offered the female lead in the film., though neither she nor Owen have officially signed.

In case you’ve been living under a rock the last 24 hours…