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New “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hollows” Trailer


I know no matter how much excitement I express about this new “Deathly Hollows” trailer, there will be about 10,000 Harry Potter fans who are more overwhelmed than I am. So, instead, I will just say after seeing an appearance by my favorite Brit, Bill Nighy, a bouquet of bogus Harrys, and a whole bunch of Voldermort, I am pretty pumped to pull out my Hedgwig costume again and go see “Deathly Hollows” in November. The trailer is calling the next installment “epic,” and based on what they are dishing out, I have a hard time disagreeing. Are you excited to see “Deathly Hollows”? Keep reading »

Chris Noth Blames Us For The End Of “Sex And The City”

“It’s over. The franchise is dead. The press killed it. It’s like all the critics got together and said, ‘This franchise must die.’ Because they all had the exact same review. It’s like they didn’t see the movie.”

—Chris Noth reveals that there won’t be a “Sex and the City 3″ since number two was received so poorly. He thinks a conspiracy is what caused the across-the-board bad reviews, but we have an alternate theory: The movie just really, really sucked. [NY Post]

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“I Think We’re Alone Now”: Tiffany Documentary Alert!

My most cherished possession as a 7-year-old was my autographed cassette tape of Tiffany’s self-titled album. It read “Best of luck! Tiffany.” My dad knew someone at the local radio station who hooked it up. I slept with it under my pillow for days. Yeah, I was a strange child. I wonder what happened to that, by the way? I lost track of it when I turned 9. But I digress. The important thing for you to know is that there is a new documentary out called “I Think We’re Alone Now” about Tiffany and her “super fans. Read: obsessive stalkers. Looks like these peeps saved their autographed cassette tapes. In fact, they probably still sleep with them under their pillows. I need to see this, STAT. [NY Post] Keep reading »

Less Hair Down There = More Merkin Makin’ In Hollywood

Now that having hair down there is so passe for women—and even for men—merkins are the new hot prop on Hollywood sets, especially for anything that takes place before the year 2000. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, that’s OK. I didn’t know what a merkin was until Kate Winslet won the Oscar for her role in “The Reader” and talked about her merkin non-stop. Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Easy A,” “The Town,” “Catfish,” “Leaves of Grass,” “Jack Goes Boating,” “The Freebie”

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 »

Jake And Anne Disrobe For the “Love And Other Drugs” Poster

Behold, the poster for “Love and Other Drugs,” the flick starring Jake Gyllenhaal, as a womanizing pharmaceutical rep, and Anne Hathaway, as the woman who may be his match. These two are totally adorbs. Keep reading »

Emma Stone Says Faking It Is Hard

“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 »

“For Colored Girls”: Watch The Trailer, See The Film

My mind was silent, but my heart was racing as I watched the trailer for Tyler Perry’s “For Colored Girls,” a film based on Ntozake Shange’s choreopoem For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf. The trailer seems so powerful that I no longer have any doubt that Perry handled this acclaimed work with care. Oh why can’t Nov. 5 be tomorrow so I can see this important film already? I’m going to read the original one more time to prepare myself. Will you see “For Colored Girls”? Keep reading »

David Schwimmer Directs A Movie About A Rape

When I heard that David Schwimmer had directed a movie premiering at the Toronto Film Festival, I assumed it would be a humorous documentary about paleontologists or a romantic comedy about a guy named Russ who’s in love with a woman named Bachel. But I was surprised to see that Schwimmer’s movie is neither of the above. In fact, “Trust” is about maybe the last topic I would’ve guessed Schwimmer would be interested in—rape. Keep reading »

Drew Barrymore Thinks Justin Long Is The “Cat’s Pajamas”

Starring in a movie with your ex and possibly current boyfriend has some interesting consequences. One of them—that you’re asked about your relationship so many freaking times that you run out of words to describe it. So we are happy to see Drew Barrymore getting so creative with her slang in describing Justin Long while she promotes “Going the Distance.” Here’s her most recent quote about him in the new Harper’s Bazaar: “I couldn’t love, respect, admire and enjoy that individual more than I do. It would be physically impossible for me to have any more giggly joy at this person… He’s the cat’s pajamas.” In Drew’s honor, can we bring back the phrase “cat’s pajamas”? I think that’s cute. [via People] Keep reading »

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