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A24 just unveiled a new trailer for its upcoming "Barely Lethal" action comedy, starring Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit, Ender's Game), Samuel L Jackson and Jessica Alba. Check it out below. In the film, Steinfeld plays Megan, a young international assassin who yearns for a "normal" adolescence, prompting her to fake her own death and enroll in a suburban high school. Alba plays Victoria, Megan's former handler and current nemesis, who enlists Heather (Sophie Turner) to go undercover at the high school and reacquire the runaway. Jackson portrays Megan's mentor, Hardman. "Barely Lethal" is written and directed by Kyle Newman (Fanboys). It's set to be released on DirecTV on April 30th and then in select theaters and on VOD on May 29th. Trailer: »
A second trailer has been released for the upcoming action thriller Barely Lethal starring Hailee Steinfeld and Samuel L. Jackson, which you can view below as well as a new poster and a batch of images from the film…
Hailee Steinfeld plays Megan, a young international assassin who yearns for a “normal” adolescence, prompting her to fake her own death and enroll in a suburban high school. Jessica Alba plays Victoria, Megan’s former handler and current nemesis, who enlists Heather, played by Sophie Turner, to go undercover at the high school and reacquire the runaway. Samuel L. Jackson portrays Megan’s mentor, Hardman.
Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones), Jaime King (Sin City), Thomas Mann (Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters), Rachael Harris (Suits), Jessica Alba (Sin City) and Samuel L. Jackson (Avengers: Age of Ultron) co-star in the film, which is directed by Kyle Newman (Fanboys).
Barely Lethal hits Us VOD platform DirecTV on April 30th, »
- Scott J. Davis
A second trailer for teenage assassin comedy Barely Lethal has arrived online. After a long distribution delay, Kyle Newman’s latest offering is gunning down a VOD and theatrical opening this spring, and now’s as good a time as any to get yourself acquainted with the movie.
Hailee Steinfeld stars as a Hit Girl type called Megan Walsh, who was raised as a highly-skilled special ops assassin. When she weighs up the pros and cons of her dangerous livelihood, she opts to throw down her weapons and study up on the rules of high school etiquette. And from what we can gather, this newest tease doesn’t offer a whole lot more insight than the first trailer. Steinfeld’s affable, smart teen is taken down a peg or two by Samuel L. Jackson’s mentor figure and the chaos begins.
On the basis of its strongest selling points – a »
- Gem Seddon
Barely Lethal appears to fuse the high school movie with the actions sequences from an espionage thriller. Hailee Steinfeld is the orphaned and highly trained operative who escapes life as an agent in order to experience “normal” teen life. Samuel L. Jackson is the taskmaster who wants her back; Sophie Turner is the rival; and Jessica Alba […]
The post ‘Barely Lethal’ Trailer: Maybe Espionage Is Easier Than High School appeared first on /Film. »
- Russ Fischer
Read More: Hailee Steinfeld to Play Carrie Pilby in Ya Adaptation If Matthew Vaughn's box office hit "Kingsman: The Secret Service" proved anything earlier this year, it's that audiences never get too tired of a cocky-teenager-turned-kickass-assassin storyline. While such a character is a staple of young-adult spy movies, director Kyle Newman and star Hailee Steinfeld are shaking the genre up in this summer's action-comedy "Barely Lethal." Steinfeld stars as Megan Walsh, a ruthless teenage special ops agent who yearns for a normal adolescence. After faking her own death and assuming the role of an exchange student, the agent quickly learns that surviving the treacherous waters of a typical American high school can be even more difficult than international espionage. "Barely Lethal' co-stars Samuel L. Jackson, Jessica Alba, Sophie Turner, Dove Cameron and Thomas Mann. The film will be available on DirectTV beginning April 30. A theatrical »
- Zack Sharf
"He so gets me!" A24 Films has debuted the official Us trailer for Barely Lethal, the new film from Kyle Newman (Fanboys) starring Hailee Steinfeld as a teenage assassin who goes to high school. A month ago we posted a different (international) trailer for this film, and it looked awful, but even Kyle Newman went on the record saying it was a terrible trailer and you should wait for the official one (which is this one). So give this new trailer a chance! It actually looks solid, a fun throwback to wacky 90's comedy action flicks. There's some odd lines of dialogue but I think the film might be entertaining. The cast includes Samuel L. Jackson, Jessica Alba, Sophie Turner, Jaime King, Thomas Mann, Dan Fogler and yep, Steve-o. Here's the official Us trailer for Kyle Newman's Barely Lethal, direct from A24's YouTube: Official synopsis from YouTube: "A »
- Alex Billington
In the car crash of spy movie/special agent flicks this year — "Kingsman: The Secret Service," "Spy," "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.," "Mission Impossible — Rogue Nation," "The Gunman," "Bridge Of Spies" — we sorta forgot about "Barely Lethal." But the action comedy is coming and a new trailer has arrived. Starring Hailee Steinfeld, Samuel L. Jackson, Jessica Alba, Jaime King, and Sophie Turner, the film follows a girl, raised as an orphan in a school that trains kids to kill, who wants to have a normal teenage life. So she fakes her death and finds a suburban home only to realize she can't escape her past. This is all pretty broad and fish-out-of-water wacky, and seems aimed at the junior high crowd, so match your expectations accordingly. Read More: Watch Hailee Steinfeld & Samuel L. Jackson In First Trailer For 'Barely Lethal' "Barely Lethal" hits DirecTV on April 30th, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
A new Barely Lethal trailer for director Kyle Newman’s (Fanboys) upcoming action comedy has been released online. The film stars Hailee Steinfeld as a teenage assassin who’s a master of lethal techniques, but doesn’t quite want to live the life of a killer. She decides to fake her death and try being a normal high school student, but she can’t escape her training or old foes. This new official trailer isn’t terribly different from the previous international one, but what I like most about it is that the film reminds me of the kinds of teen-centric movies they made in the 90s. She’s All That, American Pie, and Can’t Hardly Wait may not be considered “high art” (though I’d argue Clueless most definitely is), but they’re a hell of a lot of fun. Those kinds of films are few and far »
- Adam Chitwood
You may think attaining the perfect pant cuff is a no-brainer. How hard could it be to roll them pant legs up, right? So why is one roll always bigger than the other? Why does it never look like Jessica Alba's perfect pair or Hilary Duff's casual cuffs? In the morning, half asleep and already late, this struggle is especially real. No one feels your pain more than E! Style Collective member Lindsay Albanese. The celebrity stylist recently stopped by the E! News studios to show us four ways to master the pant cuff like a street style star. The Backflip 1. Probably the most underestimated of the pant cuff family, the backflip simply takes one solid fold up to the ankle. 2. Smooth out the »
A less-is-more movement is sweeping fashion and beauty, in which makeup is a bit softer (if not non-existent) and fashion is more streamlined (with celebs like Jessica Alba and Blake Lively recently wearing monochromatic looks). And the latest celebrity nail looks are following suit. Artsy expressions are still being worn but in a more understated way. Full-on, patterned neon gives way to negative space designs, and loud hues are replaced with creamy pastel shades decked with metallic accents. As fashion-forward stars know, this wave of styling isn't about going normcore—it's about playing up nails while simultaneously going softer. Take Rita Ora's mani at the MTV Movie Awards. She kept her nails in »
We get it: Spring = florals. Groundbreaking, we know. But you needn't look like a walking garden party to invoke the season's bright and whimsical vibes. In fact, a few of our favorite celebs have spent the last few months proving that subtlety and small adjustments to a full-fledged trend are just as, if not more, effective. Wide-leg pants Culottes are seeing a major revival this season—as evidenced by Jessica Alba, who prefers billowy coverage from high waist, down. These wide-leg trousers are great for elongating your your bottom half. At the same time, the wider the pant leg, the smaller your waist can look. For the fashion fearless, try a palazzo pant in a graphic print or pastel color for an »
Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden have been married for almost four months now, but these two are clearly still in the honeymoon phase! The newlyweds were spotted out and about running errands in Los Angeles today, marking the first time we've seen the duo in a few weeks. Diaz was seen dressed in head-to-toe workout attire—a gray sweatshirt, matching leggings and bright neon sneakers—and smiled as she made her way into her car. Meanwhile, Madden was seen close by entering an office building wearing a Nike jacket and black baseball cap. Early last month, the loved up duo went on a triple date with Jessica Alba and Cash Warren and Nicole Richie and Joel Madden. The famous group »
Maybe these ladies are taking a note from colorful pantsuit connoisseur Hillary Clinton. That's right—the trend that lit on radar today involves pretty pastel pantsuits, which we've seen in delectable sorbet hues on Hayden Panettiere, Jessica Alba and Blake Lively. Blake, who's been on a fashion chic streak like no other lately, made one of her nine looks from a whirlwind press day on April 21 a cotton candy pink Cushnie Et Ochs get-up (we love the high-waist cut of the pants). Hayden, meanwhile, opted to wear a pale pink pantsuit for her April 20 Good Morning America appearance in New York City. Her cropped version of the look was a good choice (all the better to see those Christian Louboutin heels »
Following its Us premiere last weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival, the romantic comedy Man Up has been picked up by Saban Films, who will distribute the film in North America.
Directed by Ben Palmer, (The Inbetweeners Movie), the film stars Bell as Nancy, a single woman who is mistaken for Jack’s (Pegg) blind date under the clock at Waterloo Station, but decides to take fate into her hands and just go with it. Olivia Williams (Sabotage), Ophelia Lovibond (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Rory Kinnear (Skyfall) co-star.
Saban Films launched last year and picked up Tommy Lee Jones’ The Homesman from EuropaCorp. They have since picked up the U.S. rights to such films as How To Make Love Like An Englishman starring Pierce Brosnan, Salma Hayek and Jessica Alba; The Forger starring John Travolta and The Trust starring Nicolas Cage.
Man Up debuts in the UK on May 29th. »
- Scott J. Davis
We already knew Kate Middleton's second-time-around maternity style was very, very chic, but the global effects of her pregnancy appearances are even more astounding. The "Kate effect" was a game-changer for maternity brand Seraphine: The brand's profits have reportedly quadrupled since Kate began wearing pieces from the line, and their global presence has also grown astronomically, too. E! News caught up with Seraphine Founder and Managing Director Cecile Reinaud to get the scoop on how Kate's pregnancy style has changed the way women shop for maternity clothing and why she thinks the Kate effect is still in full force. (It's worth nothing that Jessica Alba, Kate Winslet, Angelina »
Saban launched a year ago and released The Homesman last November. The maiden slate includes How To Make Love Like An Englishman starring Pierce Brosnan, Salma Hayek and Jessica Alba; The Forger starring John Travolta; American Heist with Hayden Christensen, Adrien Brody and Jordana Brewster; Tracers starring Taylor Lautner; and The Trust with Nicolas Cage. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
“Man Up” is co-produced by StudioCanal, Big Talk Pictures’ Nira Park, James Biddle, and Rachael Prior, and co-financed by BBC Films. Executive producers include Matthew Justice, Pegg, Dan Cheesbrough, Jenny Borgars, Danny Perkins, Christine Langan and Joe Oppenheimer.
Rory Kinnear and Olivia Williams co-star. The film is directed by Ben Palmer from a script by Tess Morris, in which Pegg’s character mistakes a woman (Bell) for his blind date — and she decides to take fate into her own hands and go with it.
- Dave McNary
Hugh Jackman has played Logan aka Wolverine in seven different films. It’s an impressive number that will shortly increase with a third solo Wolverine film and possibly X-Men:Apocalypse, although at the time of writing he has yet to be officially cast. A few other names are snapping at the heels of Jackman, notably the cast of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. If you include the forthcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron, Chris Evans has played Captain America four times (five if you include his appearance as Loki using magic to look like the first Avenger in Thor: The Dark World), Scarlett Johansson and Chris Hemsworth have portrayed Black Widow and Thor respectively four times each whilst the King of the McU, Robert Downey Jr. has made an impressive six appearances as Iron Man/Tony Stark (including his post-credit appearance in The Incredible Hulk).
Unfortunately for Hugh Jackman, as far as this article is concerned, »
- Brendan Bergmanski
Jessica Alba has been enjoying a whirlwind traveling schedule around Europe the last couple of weeks. Alba was most recently in Italy as part of a business trip for her joint company, The Honest Life, which she launched back in 2012, with entrepreneur Brian Lee and environmentalist Christopher Gavigan. The brand promotes families to have […]
The post Jessica Alba Visits Italy For Business And Some Pleasure appeared first on uInterview. »
- Kelly Mena
The MTV Movie Awards are this Sunday, and we can't wait to see the hilarious Amy Schumer take the stage as the night's host. The stand-up comedian and Inside Amy Schumer star will join a long list of past emcees that includes Eddie Murphy, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Jessica Alba. While some hosts have been pretty unforgettable (remember how many digs Russell Brand took at the stars in the audience?), there are others we completely forgot about. For instance, we had no idea that Will Smith hosted the show back in 1994, and we may have blocked out that time MTV paired Jimmy Fallon with Kirsten Dunst for 2001's big event. Some high-profile stars have even hosted more than once! Keep reading to see all the MTV Movie Awards hosts you may have forgotten about, then check out the most '90s-tastic moments and sexiest smooches from the show's best kiss award winners. »
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