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Trailer Park: “Eat Pray Love,” “Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World,” “The Expendables,” “Animal Kingdom”

I know it’s gotten really hard to get to the movie theater, because there’s pay-per-view, DVDs and the amazingness of Netflix, which make it possible to watch dozens of movies for the price of one in the theater. So, I won’t blame you if you don’t go. But you should probably know that every time you buy a bootleg DVD instead of going to a movie theater, they shoot a production assistant. I’ve seen it happen. It’s brutal. So, if you want to save a PA this week, you can go see “Eat Pray Love,” “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” “The Expendables,” “Animal Kingdom,” or “Tales From Earthsea.” Be nice. Save a PA. Keep reading »

Flowchart: Should You See “Eat Pray Love”?

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“Eat Pray Love” opens tonight and chances are there’s a lady in your life who wants to see it. But is it really worth $10 and painful subzero-air conditioning? A lot of people hated the book. A lot of people hate Julia Roberts. But a lot of people loved the book. And a lot of people love Julia Roberts. Decisions, decisions. Lucky for you, we’ve got a flowchart to make the decision process much easier. Keep reading »

If “Eat Pray Love” Were A Zombie Movie

This is probably the only way in hell you could drag your boyfriend to see the chick flick of the summer (which opens today). [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Quickies: Reese Witherspoon Playing Peggy Lee & Joe Zee Gets Snoozefest Reality Show Of His Own

  • Reese Witherspoon may be singing again soon on the big screen. She is producing a biopic about ’40s singer Peggy Lee and is in talks to star as well. Nora Ephron will write the script. [CNN]
  • Urban Outfitters does a new thing in NYC by taking over old stores, saying they’re going to make their storefronts look like old bodegas … but in the end they just look like Disneyland bodegas. [Curbed]
  • Who said it? Sookie or Snooki? [BuzzSugar]

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First Look: “The Romantics,” Starring Katie Holmes, Anna Paquin & Josh Duhamel


A few years ago, Katie Holmes was showing such acting promise — critics loved her in “Pieces of April,” though her wooden showing in “Batman Begins” didn’t win her any new fans. Still, before marrying Tom Cruise and having baby Suri, Holmes was transitioning her success on the small screen (on “Dawson’s Creek”) into major roles on the big screen. Then she dropped out of the next “Batman” — at Cruise’s behest — starred alongside Queen Latifah and Diane Keaton in the stinker “Mad Money,” and tried her hand at Broadway to mixed reviews. So when I heard she would be starring in the movie adaptation of the book The Romantics alongside Anna Paquin, Josh Duhamel, Elijah Wood, Malin Ackerman, and Candace Bergen, well, I got kinda psyched that Holmes might getting back on the right track. By the looks of the preview, I might be right — it looks fantastic. Gawker suggests this could be Holmes’ “Rachel Getting Married,” though they doubt it will make critics and audiences take her seriously as an actress, like the latter did for Anne Hathaway. What do you think — will you be seeing “The Romantics”? [Gawker] Keep reading »

Quotable: Jennifer Aniston On Single Ladies Having Babies

“Women are realizing more and more that you don’t have to settle, they don’t have to fiddle with a man to have that child. They are realizing if it’s that time in their life and they want this part, they can do it with or without that. It’s happening more and more … The point of the movie is—what defines family? It isn’t necessarily the traditional mother, father, two children and a dog named Spot.”

Jennifer Aniston is feeling her character in “The Switch” and gives props to women who decide to have children solo. But would she ever practice what she preaches? Hey, it’s what we’re all wondering. [PopEater] Keep reading »

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