Lifetime has released the extended trailer for “William & Kate: The Movie” and it looks predictably schmaltzy and AWESOME. I am counting down the days until April 18 when this airs at 9 p.m. (EST). Who else is going to watch? [Us Weekly]
Shocker: Jessica Simpson’s boobs get her out of parking tickets. [The Superficial]
Apparently one of Courteney Cox and David Arquette’s marital problems was that he was obsessed with having sex with her. [TMZ]
The world’s first 3D porn film sold out in theaters across Hong Kong tonight. “3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy” is in Cantonese and based on Chinese erotic literature. [Fox 411]
“Rob possibly had the most hideous horrible cold of any co-star I’ve ever had to do a love scene with ever in my entire life. He was literally snorting and snotting through every second of it—and it was not appealing. I’m talking green, infectious, disgusting—I’m not kidding!”
Drew Barrymore is gearing up to direct her second flick, and instead of delving into the wild world of roller derby, this time around Drew will be covering more familiar territory—the state of the single person. The movie, “How To Be Single,” is based on a novel by Luz Tucillo and will be adapted by Marc Silverstein and Abby Kohn, the scribes behind the Drew-produced “He’s Just Not That Into You.” The movie will tell the story of a group of single New Yorkers and will follow them over the course of 10 years. “Love is never gonna be a tired subject,” Drew says. “Being single, this one definitely speaks to me and I’ve explored it a lot in the last year and a half. I’m at that age where I’m sort of straddling a great line right now and I can see both sides very well… It’s hopefully, in a lot of ways, not a romantic comedy. People have this weird stigma [with] that word — it’s a turnoff to guys or whatever. But I think we’ve honed in on a style that will be more universal, a little bit ageless and not gender specific.” And with that, she has piqued my interest. [EW] Keep reading »
Bradley Cooper may be smearing on some face paint and going dark—very dark—for his next movie. The actor is currently in talks to star in a remake of “The Crow,” the 1994 cult movie based on a comic book of the same name. The premise? A couple is brutally attacked and murdered the day before their Halloween wedding. A year later, the man is brought back to life to exact revenge on the ones who did it. As if the basic plotline weren’t dark enough, the making of the movie itself was tinged with tragedy when star Brandon Lee was killed in an onset accident where a prop gun fired an actual bullet. So I guess I have to ask—why is this movie being remade? It’s been less than 20 years since the original appeared in theaters. When it came out, it was a box office hit that looked pretty spectacular and had a killer soundtrack. Not to mention—who would sign up to star in a remake? Apparently, Bradley isn’t nearly as superstitious as I am. [EW] Keep reading »
Lindsay Lohan looks well on her way to snagging the coveted role of Victoria Gotti in the movie “Gotti: Three Generations,” which will be directed by Nick Cassavetes and will star John Travolta as notorious mobster John Gotti. Yesterday, LiLo made an appearance at a press conference for the film and snapped a few photos with Victoria herself, who she looks shockingly similar to—thanks to peroxide and copious extensions. Apparently, Victoria is pretty pumped at the possibility of Lindsay portraying her on screen. Keep reading »
“Easy A,” starring Emma Stone, was a fun flick about a girl branded as a “slut” in high school. Funny it ’twas, but realistic? Not quite. “Daydream Nation” (which hits theaters on April 15 in Canada and May 6 in the U.S.) looks a hell of a lot more realistic. Kat Dennings stars as a high school girl who arrives in a new town with a reputation and, it seems from the trailer, sets her sights on both a hot guy and a hot teacher. Looks good!
The Beastie Boys released a trailer Thursday for their 30-minute short “Fight for Your Right — Revisited” in support of the trio’s forthcoming new album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two. And it’s a doozy.
As MGM used to say, there’s more stars here than in the heavens: Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Elijah Wood, Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, Jack Black, Rainn Wilson, Rashida Jones, Jason Schwartzman, Ted Danson, Steve Buscemi, Stanley Tucci, Susan Sarandon, Chloë Sevigny, Will Arnett, Kirsten Dunst, Maya Rudolph, Martin Starr, Laura Dern, David Cross, Orlando Bloom and Zach Galifianakis (not all are in the trailer — see who you can spot after the jump).
We haven’t seen the film — it premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival — but the video gives you an idea of the insanity that goes on. Read more…Keep reading »
While “Scream 4″ reunites original cast members Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, the movie is packed with young newbies — and we went one-on-one with two new potential Ghostface victims.
TooFab talked with Aimee Teegarden and Nico Tortorella about being a part of the new flick, working with the original cast and of course, what their favorite scary movies are.
Though 21-year-old Aimee (in the clip above) says she watched the first three movies with her grandma growing up, the same can’t be said for Nico, who tells us “I hadn’t seen any of the first three movies until after I auditioned. I was a bit young when those movies were coming out and I was never a go-to horror movie type of kid.” Read more…Keep reading »
“I smoked weed in college, but I haven’t smoked in years. I’m too old. I wish I was that cool, but I’m like an old lady now. I’m in bed by 10 p.m. I can’t do that anymore.”
—Natalie Portman talks to EW about her new medieval stoner flick, “Your Highness.” I definitely understand her saying she no longer smokes pot because, well, she’s pregnant. But to use the “old lady” excuse? Man, I am so over women in their late-20s and early-30s talking about how they’re old. Please, we have many years ahead of us to knit and play gin rummy at the senior center. For now, can we just be happy being young? [Newser] Keep reading »