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Tara Reid knows how to flaunt her bikini bod when the paps come out to play. The 39-year-old star was recently spotted on the beach in Hawaii where she was snapped showing off her slim figure while splashing around in the ocean. Reid rocked an itty bitty colorful bikini that showed off her skinny frame and accessorized her beachwear with a cute heart necklace as she let her bright blond locks blow in the wind. The Big Lebowski star has made headlines for her bikini bod on numerous occasions. In August, she shared an Instagram snap in which she's wearing her tiniest two piece yet while seductively captioning the shot, "Do you like my beads." And in »
In the viral age, it's definitely not a rarity to see two people theme their wedding around a particular movie or franchise. We've seen everything from Star Trek to... well, Shrek, and it's always fun to see just how far some people take it. Our new favorite movie-themed wedding is tied to The Big Lebowski, and these two went for it. Big time. In order to Lebowski-up their nuptials, Chelsea and Jesse rented a bowling alley, played tracks off the film's soundtrack all night, served White Russians and got their pal -- who looks a lot like John Goodman's Walter character -- to officiate the wedding. Oh, and that's definitely not all. Check out some of the images below (with bonus video) and there's more over at their Flickr page. We think the Dude...
- Erik Davis
On paper, "Seventh Son" has potential. The cast includes veterans Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore ("The Big Lebowski" reteam), rising stars Alicia Vikander and Kit Harington, along with uh, Ben Barnes, in a Ya adaptation directed by Sergey Bodrov ("Mongol")—what could go wrong? Well, apparently a lot. Shot way back in the spring of 2012, nearly three years and many release date bumps later, "Seventh Son" is finally set to open in cinemas, and a new international trailer is here. Based on the sci-fi series "The Spook's Apprentice,” the movie tells the tale of Master Gregory (Bridges), who plucks an unassuming farmhand named Tom Ward (Barnes) to train in the dark arts, to help him track down the evil witch Mother Malkin (Moore), who he had imprisoned years ago. What follows is the usual quest-y stuff with prophecies and monsters....lots and lots of CGI monsters. "Seventh Son" arrives on February 6, 2015 (unless it gets. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
The whole year, I have been looking for The Oscar season frontrunner for Best Actress. I was hoping Shailene Woodley from "The Fault in Our Stars" would squeak in, but now, the lovely, talented, and ultra-sweet Julianne Moore is the one to beat!
Her double whammy performances for "Map to the Stars" and "Still Alice" solidify that notion. And just this morning, the Palm Springs International Film Festival just called her The best actress of the year! Moore will be receiving the Desert Palm Achievement Award, Actress, at the festival's Awards Gala.
I can't wait! I will be on the red carpet to chat it up with the fantastic Miss Moore! She will be joining the equally talented Eddie Redmayne from "The Theory of Everything" at the gala where the actor is set to receive the Desert Palm Achievement Award, Actor.
Here's the full press release from the Psiff:
Palm Springs, »
I've heard nothing but fantastic things about the new film Bad Turn Worse and this clip "Money" certainly backs up a lot of them. As a native Texan its refreshing to see a film that, by all appearances so far at least, plays with an ever so slightly heightened version of the state's flavor without making it a pandering caricature. The film was written by Dutch Southern (let's stop for a moment and tip our hat to that name) and was directed by Simon Hawkins and Zeke Hawkins. It stars Mackenzie Davis (AMC's "Halt and Catch Fire," What If), Jeremy Allen White (Showtime’s “Shameless"), Mark Pellegrino (The Big Lebowski, CW’s “Supernatural"), and veteran William Devane (The Dark Knight Rises, Fox’s “24” Series). The film opens in select theaters Nationwide and VOD platforms Friday, November 14th from Starz Digital. Hit the jump for our Bad Turn Worse clip. Here's »
- Evan Dickson
Julianne Moore might be the hottest actress in the Oscar race this year, and most voters haven’t even seen her film yet. This four-time Oscar nominee and Emmy winner for Game Change is considered overdue for a win. Still Alice, in which she plays a victim of early-onset Alzheimer’s, offers her a great opportunity to finally take home that statuette, and today the Palm Springs International Film Festival announced that she will receive the Actress prize at this year’s gala on January 3. Eddie Redmayne was previously announced for the fest’s Actor prize, and both are considered front-runners in the Oscar race, so Psiff is just jumping on the bandwagon.
Every precursor award a contender can get just makes them seem more inevitable for the final win. Moore certainly is deserving, and it is looking like her year. In May, she won the Best Actress prize at »
- Pete Hammond
Joel and Ethan Coen’s latest feature Hail Caesar! is to start filming Monday in Los Angeles on location and in studios. The film, which boasts a starry cast including George Clooney, Josh Brolin, Jonah Hill, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johannson and Alden Ehrenreich, is a Hollywood satire set in the 1950s.
As usual, the Coen brothers wrote and directed the film, which is a Working Title/Mike Zoss production.
Hail Caesar! represents the eighth collaboration between the Coen brothers and Working Title production powerhouses Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner. The quartet previously worked together on A Serious Man, Burn After Reading, The Man Who Wasn’t There, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, The Big Lebowski, Fargo and The Hudsucker Proxy.
Universe will release the film domestically February 5, 2016.
- Ali Jaafar
The Coen brothers wrote and will direct the film.
Brolin plays Eddie Mannix, a Hollywood fixer in the 1950s who works to keep the studio’s stars in line. Clooney plays a movie star who is kidnapped while filming a Roman epic and spends the film dressed in period garb.
It marks the eigth film collaboration between the Coen Brothers and Working Title following »
- email@example.com (Michael Rosser)
“Hail, Caesar!” marks the eighth film collaboration between the Coen Brothers and Working Title following “A Serious Man,” “Burn After Reading,” “The Man Who Wasn’t There,” “O Brother, Where Art Thou?,” “The Big Lebowski,” “Fargo” and “The Hudsucker Proxy.”
Universal has dated the film for a February 2016 release date in the U.S.
- Leo Barraclough
Halloween is here, and if you plan on dressing up, you're going to need a costume! If you don't have the time or the energy to sort through the racks at a costume store or create a look from scratch, we have a few suggestions for pop culture costumes that you can create using clothing items you probably own. From classic film characters like Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's to more modern ones like The Dude in The Big Lebowski, we've got you covered. »
Universal Pictures has announced that the Coen brothers' "Hail, Caesar!," starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes and Scarlett Johansson, among others, will be released on Feb. 5, 2016. That effectively removes it from much awards season discussion that year, but you could sort of gather that, given the subject matter and apparent tone of the film. Like "The Hudsucker Proxy," "The Big Lebowski" and "Burn After Reading" — romps that came after heady prestige pics like "Barton Fink," "Fargo" and "No Country for Old Men" — "Hail, Caesar!" looks like the boys just having a bit of fun. What's interesting about the film, which begins shooting in Los Angeles next month, is that it marks cinematographer Roger Deakins' first trip back to the world of celluloid since his last collaboration with the filmmaker siblings, "True Grit." That was four years ago. He has since embraced digital photography, preferring the Arri Alexa camera on films like "In Time, »
- Kristopher Tapley
Universal Pictures has set a Hail, Caesar! release date for the next film from writers/directors Joel and Ethan Coen. The comedy has been slated for release on February 5, 2016, which marks the first 1st Quarter release date for a Coen Brothers film since 2004’s The Ladykillers. The film takes place in 1950s Hollywood, during the latter years of Hollywood’s Golden Age, and “follows a single day in the life of a studio fixer who is presented with plenty of problems to fix.” The incredible ensemble cast is led by Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, and Jonah Hill. More on this curious choice of release date for Hail, Caesar! after the jump. It’s been a decade since a Coen Brothers film wasn’t released in the fall, in the heat of awards season, so it’s a bit odd to see Hail, »
- Adam Chitwood
Chicago – Keanu Reeves has been in a lot of dogs over the years, but rarely has he left such a high body count while avenging one of them. “John Wick” is a brutal revenge thriller where Reeves is a ex-mob enforcer who goes on a murderous rampage leaving blood on every doorstep to avenge the death of his dog.
Despite that chuckle-inducing premise, “John Wick” isn’t the dog I expected, but then again that’s not saying much.
Wick is another of those crime thrillers that begins at the end. We see Keanu crash his SUV, stumble out bleeding and then watch a video on his phone and pass out, and flashbacks ensue. In the interest of time we skip over his wife dying in a terse 5 minutes or so, while the next 20 are consumed by the sights of Reeves making coffee, grieving, and then getting a farewell »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
Chicago – Before 1998’s “The Big Lebowski” there was 1996’s “Kingpin”, the Farrelly brothers bowling comedy that didn’t have the narrative intricacies of the Coen brothers’ classic, but had plenty of jokes about middle-aged men playing the sport. Today finds the release of “Kingpin” to Blu-ray for the first time, coming with only one new special feature.
The occasion of “Kingpin” is related less to marking a point in American cinematic history than to note the upcoming release of “Dumb and Dumber To,” the next film from the Farrelly brothers and their bizarre set of Hollywood gross outs. This bowling movie was a followup to “Dumb & Dumber,” and certainly saw the filmmaking duo following some of the same course (by literally making a buddy road movie), with the gross-out humor that became huge of them. With films like “There’s Something About Mary” and “Me, Myself & Irene” coming after it, »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
You don’t need to be an athlete to know a thing or two about basketball. A group of graphic designers, artists and other creatives from studio Hotu made a fun mash-up of basketball scenes in cinema. What’s great about it is the way it has been edited to lead us seamlessly throughout each movie, letting the ball lead the way. Titled 87 Bounces, we follow the ball through The Shining, Man of Steel, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Big Lebowski, Spider-Man and more. How did we never notice all these basketballs in films before? There are 24 movies featured in all. See if you can identify them, then brag about it in the comments section. More From Around The Web...
- Alison Nastasi
IFC Midnight has announced the acquisition of Dark Summer, with plans to release the movie in North America early next year:
“IFC Midnight has acquired North American distribution rights to Content Media’s supernatural horror film Dark Summer.
IFC Midnight plans to release the film on all platforms January 9th, 2015.
A highly stylized modern ghost story, Dark Summer follows Daniel Williamson, a 17 year old on house arrest for the summer. With his mother away on business, a horrifying incident occurs, followed by an even more terrifying presence in the house, and twists that will leave audiences reeling.
Paul Solet (Grace) directed Dark Summer for Preferred Film & TV (Pft), based off a screenplay by Mike Le (creator of the popular web series, K-town and writer of Screen Gem’s Patient Zero). The film was produced by Pft‘s Ross M. Dinerstein and executive produced by Content’s Jamie Carmichael.
The film »
- Jonathan James
As "Meet the Parents" and "The Big Lebowski" have proven, human ashes can be a source of comedy under the right conditions - and strange as it sounds, the forthcoming Nicholas Sparks adaptation "The Best of Me" continues that tradition this weekend. Not that the film isn't a drama - it is - but there's a disarmingly chuckle-worthy moment (during an otherwise poignant scene) that involves the scattering of human remains in a field. As stars James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan tell it, the moment came courtesy of a so-called "happy accident" during rehearsal. "We walked out there, and as you opened up the box...the top dropped, and you almost dropped the whole urn," Marsden reminded Monaghan. "And [director] Michael [Hoffman] loved it." "It was so good, cause I remember honestly dreading that scene, cause I felt like, 'oh my gosh, it feels just so heavy,' you know?" Monaghan recalled. »
- Chris Eggertsen
87 Bounces by Hotu Studio, follows a basketball as it makes its way into the scenes of 24 different movies such as Goodfelllas, The Shining, Aviator, Trainspotting, The Big Lebowski, Flubber, Spider-man 2, The Mask and The Wolf of Wall Street, just to name a few. The effects are great as we watch the ball move seamlessly from one scene to the next. Enjoy!
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Roger Deakins is a man who needs no introduction. Arguably the most renowned cinematographer currently working, Deakins has burned vivid and unforgettable images into our cinema-going minds, having worked with some of the most respected directors of our time—including Martin Scorsese, John Sayles, Bob Rafelson, Norman Jewison and many others. He’s also lensed some of Joel and Ethan Coen’s best pictures, summoning indelible imagery from the nightmarish, Kafka-esque apartment complexes of “Barton Fink," the sleazy, delirious L.A. daydream of “The Big Lebowski” and the godless Texas frontier of “No Country for Old Men.” He was also behind the cameras for one of the brother’s most sadly overlooked efforts, “The Man Who Wasn’t There," a gorgeous, sullen, 1950’s-era drama about a taciturn barber who gets mixed up in some real bad business. The movie doesn’t traffic in the splashy violence or broad comedy that »
- Nicholas Laskin
Last Saturday (the most sacred day of the Jewish calendar, incidentally), the New York Film Festival screened Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice, and I’m still trying to grok it fully. It might take another few months and another screening (on a non-holy day), but the movie doesn’t open until December, so what’s the goddamn rush? Objectively speaking, it’s different from anything Anderson has done before, and he has done some weird shit. The film is a gorgeous stoner art object, at once groovy and glacial. It’s exceptionally faithful to the book, which is Pynchon’s contribution to the L.A. stoner private-eye genre, the highest (so to speak) achievements of which are (and remain) Robert Altman’s The Long Goodbye and the Coens’ The Big Lebowski. One thing they have in common is that their narratives unravel as they go along, »
- David Edelstein
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