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New Poster & Action-Packed Trailer For “The A-Team”

If there ever were a moment to speed up time, now would be it. I need June 11 to get here stat because that’s the day “The A-Team” movie premieres. I rolled my eyes when I heard a 2010 version of the hit show was in the works. But when I saw the cast — Liam Neeson as Col. John “Hannibal” Smith, Bradley Cooper as Lt. Templeton “Faceman” Peck, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson as Sgt. Bosco “B.A.” Baracus, and Sharlto Copley as Capt. “Howling Mad” Murdock — I thought this could be good. Now that I’ve seen the trailer, I know it’s going to be great. It has everything a girl could want in an action flick: rebellion against the military, creative prison breaks, and things that go boom. And looking at “The A-Team” poster above, I really think the actors capture the original characters rather well. Check out the trailer after the jump and tell me what you think. Keep reading »

Prepare To Sob During “The Greatest,” Starring Carey Mulligan

I know I said “Eat Pray Love” looks good earlier today, but I take that back. “Eat Pray Love” looks OK, and “The Greatest” looks really, really good. I was practically in tears just watching this trailer. Carey Mulligan plays a young woman who gets pregnant, and after the father dies, she goes to live with his family, who initially doesn’t treat her very warmly. “The Greatest” comes out April 2. [via NYMag.com] Keep reading »

OK, Now We’re Excited For “Eat Pray Love,” Starring Julia Roberts

Check out the first trailer for “Eat Pray Love,” based on Elizabeth Gilbert‘s book. While I usually dislike movies made from books, I must admit: I think it looks pretty darn good. The cast includes plenty of eye candy (James Franco, Javier Bardem, Billy Crudup), and this could be one of Julia Roberts‘ best roles. (I also appreciated hearing Florence & the Machine’s song “Dog Days Are Over” in the background.) Keep reading »

Quickies: Sydney Pollack And Aretha Franklin’s “Amazing Grace” & Next Year’s Oscar Host Revealed?

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“Robin Hood” Is Going To Steal The Hearts Of Summer Audiences

I haven’t felt this excited about a historical epic film since watching trailers for 2000′s “Gladiator,” which I saw twice in theaters and dozens of times on DVD after that. And it’s no surprise the latest version of “Robin Hood” reminds me of “Gladiator” because it stars Russell Crowe and was directed by Ridley Scott. Although I really enjoy “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” and have been known to say “Damned English oak” in my best Morgan Freeman Moorish accent, I know Scott’s version of this “rob from the rich to give to the poor” tale is going to be so much better. Robin’s love interest, the Lady Marian, is played by Cate Blanchett, and even she gets in on some of the action as Robin and his gang battle against the despotic sheriff and ineffective new king. Marian isn’t running around trying to keep the sheriff from raping her as in “Prince of Thieves,” and we don’t have to witness any hokey romance between Robin and her. Plus, special effects are way better than they were in the ’90s, and Scott is a master at capturing fight and battle scenes. “Robin Hood” hits theaters May 14. Keep reading »

Quickies: Kim Zolciak Makes Her Movie Debut & The Best Whiskey Is …

  • Blink, and you’ll miss Kim Zolciak in the trailer for “The Joneses” (skip to the 1:40 mark). [NY Post]
  • Wouldn’t “Gossip Girl“‘s Eric be the perfect mate for Kurt from “Glee“? Find out which other TV characters should hook up. [BuzzSugar]
  • Some folks want Tim Burton to go away because he’s too predictable. [College Humor]

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