We are merely days away from autumn and thank goodness for that, because along with the sweaters and leaves comes some quality movies. This might be the first time ever that I want to see every single movie that is coming out (except for the creepy animated wolf movie I conveniently left off of the list). There’s comedy, intrigue, romance, and a lot of amazing actors who’ve been on the down-low for a bit. There’s the eagerly awaited “Easy A,” the Ben Affleck-directed “The Town,” reality thriller “Catfish,” and Edward Norton‘s newest, “Leaves of Grass.” Also: Philip Seymour Hoffman learns to swim in “Jack Goes Boating” and Dax Shepard and his wife make a deal with “The Freebie.” Go see a frickin’ movie. And call your mother—she worries. Keep reading »
“Oh, for the love, I can’t even simulate sex without dying! I had a little asthma attack, without any prior knowledge that I had asthma, during the scene where we had to jump up and down for hours and hours screaming and yelling on the bed. [It] was humiliating, because it was the second day of shooting.”
– Emma Stone on the fake sex scenes in her new film “Easy A,” which we can’t wait to see — this weekend! [MTV] Keep reading »
Oh boy, guys. There’s a new movie coming out in September about a topic that’s never been explored onscreen before: teen boys losing their virginity!
“The Virginity Hit” stars a lovable dork who’s just dying to lose his V-card and … wait … you say this topic has been explored before? How many times in the past?
Ohhhh. Hmm. Keep reading »
Color me excited about the upcoming comedy “Easy A,” starring Emma Stone (from “Superbad,” amongst others). The movie is a modern take on The Scarlet Letter
— much like “Clueless” was Amy Heckerling’s loose re-envisioning of Jane Austen’s Emma
— about a not-very-popular girl named Olive who decides to use her high school’s rumor mill and a little white lie about losing her v-card to advance her social standing amongst her classmates. Emma Stone is hilarious and relatable, much like Lindsay Lohan was, tear, during her “Mean Girls” days, and “Easy A” looks like it’ll tackle the issues of high school cliques, mean rumors, and virginity loss with the same smart and sarcastic humor. Can’t wait! [via Jezebel
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