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Exclusive: Olly Moss's Source Code Poster for SXSW 2011

4 March 2011 12:14 AM, PST | IMDb News

Perhaps you're familiar with the poster art of Olly Moss, who creates custom posters for movie screenings at The Alamo Drafthouse cinemas in Austin, Texas (in my opinion, the best movie-viewing experience in the States). We're excited to give you the first look at Moss's poster for Source Code, which makes its world premiere at SXSW on March 11. Nowadays, as trailers and posters tend to reveal vital plot details, revel in these shades of turquoise, blush, and graphite and cross your fingers for Jake Gyllenhaal as he heads back in time. We also have the a new poster Moss created for Moon as part of SXSW's Director Series honoring Duncan Jones (the second filmmaker to receive the honor, after Guillermo del Toro), and artist Tom Whalen's poster for Paul, which makes its U.S. debut at SXSW on March 13. See the gallery. »

- Arno Kazarian

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Watch: New Red Band Trailer For 'Paul' Visits Earth With New Footage

24 February 2011 6:55 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

While those of you in the U.K. are already enjoying the latest from Greg Mottola, the alien road trip comedy "Paul," those of us on this side of Atlantic are patiently waiting for the film, and we continued to be teased with yet another trailer, this time a red-band version that offers up some new footage we haven't seen yet. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost lead a top-notch cast that includes Seth Rogen, Jason Bateman, Kristen Wiig, Jane Lynch, Sigourney Weaver, Jeffrey Tambor, Joe Lo Truglio and Bill Hader in a story that follows two Brit sci-fi geeks (Pegg and… »

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'Paul' red band trailer: Seth Rogen's alien is a baller

24 February 2011 6:46 AM, PST | EW - Inside Movies | See recent - Inside Movies news »

What do we learn about alien Paul (Seth Rogen) in the March 18 film’s new red band trailer? Well, he’s “kinda rude,” according to Kristen Wiig’s character, he (naturally) enjoys Reese’s Pieces, and earthlings are oddly fixated on his “spaceman balls.” Seriously, Paul’s groin gets not one, not two, but three mentions in the trailer — and, since I’m a 13-year-old boy, I’ll admit I giggled. Paul could be a film, like Rogen’s Pineapple Express, that benefits from a promising red band trailer — the sheer silliness of Paul’s plot is bolstered by some R-rated gags. »

- Kate Ward

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Around-the-World Roundup:'Black Swan' Soars Again...

23 February 2011 11:41 AM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent news »

Black Swan extended its impressive foreign run with another first place finish this weekend, trumping chart regulars The King's Speech and Tangled. Paramount movies No Strings Attached and True Grit had their highest-grossing weekends so far, though their respective genres held them back a bit. Paul got off to a strong start in the United Kingdom thanks at least in part to the presence of popular British actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Darren Aronofsky's ballet thriller netted another $17.6 million from 39 markets for an foreign total of $97.9 million. It opened in first place in Spain with $2.9 million and had a solid $1.5 million launch in Italy. Black Swan also dipped just 18 percent to $4.1 million in star Vincent Cassel's native France, and held the top spot in Paris and the surrounding suburbs according to distributor 20th Century Fox. On Monday, the movie passed $200 million worldwide (domestic plus foreign). The King's Speech »

- Ray Subers

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