15 items from 2012
From Next Movie
As this is Movember, or the 30-day mustache marathon during the month of November, the folks over at Next Movie did us all a favor and compiled a list of the 20 best mustaches from cinema history. May these wonders of upper-lip hair serve as an inspiration for all of those braving Movember.
Among the honorees are a diverse group of mustaches, including Robert Pattinson's Dali stache from "Little Ashes," Ron Burgundy's power mustache, and Michael Cera's creeper crustache from "Youth in Revolt."
Head over to Next Movie to see the full list!
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- Kevin P. Sullivan
Here's the first teaser for Game of Thrones' new season - BuddyTV Peter Facinelli talks Breaking Dawn Part 2's big twist - Vulture Ryan Gosling looks rough in the poster for Only God Forgives - HuffPost Entertainment Get a laugh at famous movie quotes in bad contexts - Cracked Jennifer Lawrence talks Hunger Games and Harry Potter - The Daily Beast Check out Channing Tatum in all the pictures of White House Down - Rotten Tomatoes Robert Pattinson in Little Ashes and more of the best movie mustaches - NextMovie What tops the list of the best Hollywood remakes? - Moviefone Peter Jackson addresses the Hobbit controversy - The Hollywood Reporter See the stars of the AMAs, now and then - TrèsSugar »
- Maggie Pehanick
Or "How I Learned to Love the Glitter."
As a child who grew up in a home that loved horror, some of my earliest memories include vampires.
After all, I was born the same year The Lost Boys came out, and I remember seeing it on VHS when I was very young. In third grade I got a troubled call home from my teacher because I’d turned in a book report on Interview with the Vampire. We saw Buffy the Vampire Slayer in theaters and my mom used to tell this embarrassing but funny anecdote about when I was very young and my bed was against my room’s window; she would say that I slept with my head cocked to the side and my arms across my chest, "just in case" a vampire happened by and decided they wanted to bite me. She swore that I wanted to »
- Amanda Rebholz
Rob admits that, without 'Twilight,' he probably would have given up on acting in a newly-released interview! Read on for all the details. Robert Pattinson has become a global superstar by starring in the Twilight Saga as Edward Cullen, but, as he's admitted in a newly-released interview, he finds the role responsible for him having a career at all! Rob, 26, tells Greek newspaper To Vima, that he doubts he'd be an actor at all if the Twilight success hadn't befallen him. "I had filmed a few movies before Twilight, but I'm not even sure I would still be an actor if Twilight success hadn't occurred. David (Cronenberg) claims he liked my acting when he saw me in Little Ashes...I wasn't well paid before Twilight...When I was filming Little Ashes, I was completely broke. I was going to quit acting and look for another job. Then Twilight came. »
- Billy Nilles
On the Road movie reedited for Toronto screening Based on Jack Kerouac's '50s novel, Walter Salles' Otr adaptation starring Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, and Kristen Stewart (above photo) will be screened at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival. We all knew that. What we didn't know is that Tiff 2012 will unveil a new cut of the film (via indieWIRE), which premiered last spring at the Cannes Film Festival to mixed reviews. The 2hr20m drama has been downsized to approximately 125 minutes. That's an interesting development, as Otr has already been screened in several countries, with varying degrees of box-office success. [Check out the On the Road trailer. Check out Kristen Stewart On the Road poster; Garrett Hedlund On the Road poster.] Otr movie reedit hardly unique On the other hand, different cuts shown in different countries is hardly something new. Whether as a result of poor critical/box-office reception, (perceived) local sensibilities, and/or censorship, the movie you watch in, say, Canada isn't necessarily the exact same movie watched by someone in Singapore, »
- Zac Gille
R.Pattz has more than a few notches on his belt on the big screen, including "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1" and his new head trip "Cosmopolis," and we're going to count every single salacious piece of tail this sparkly vampire has sunk his teeth, among other things, into.
'Vanity Fair' (2004)
Character: Rawdy Crawley
Number of Conquests: 0
Although his scenes were deleted and only available as an alternate ending on the DVD, this film is notable for being Pattinson's first major appearance and his first role alongside Reese Witherspoon. He briefly plays the son of her literary heroine Becky Sharp, a pairing that would come back to haunt him later in his career.
- Max Evry
Robert Pattinson perfected his Spanish accent for a film role by copying ex-Liverpool Football Club manager Rafa Benitez. The 'Twilight' actor says his accent when he played artist Salvador Dali was Spanish with a 'Scouse twang'. The 26-year-old star - who recently split from Kristen Stewart after she cheated on him - was talking about 2008 film 'Little Ashes' while he was in New York this week. He said: 'It was an accent I learned from watching interviews with the manager of Liverpool Football Club - a Liverpudlian-Spanish accent, that's what I was doing.' This is the second time he has talked about 'Little Ashes' this summer after admitting he bears more than a passing resemblance to porn star-turned alleged »
Unlike most of the exalted contributors here at Next Movie, I am not a professional film critic. I am, like you readers, but a humble servant of "The Twilight Saga."
That said, my opinion of "Bel Ami" should only hold water with fellow Twi-hards. Don't get angry with me for missing the dramatic undertones of French society in the 1880s. Even if I knew what to look for on that accord, I wasn't looking for it. I was only watching "Bel Ami" to see if Robert Pattinson accomplished what he set out to do with the role, which is to break away from the Edward Cullen typecasting.
R.Pattz didn't state that on record, but it's obvious, right? Because the movie is not great, but his character, Georges Duroy, is a far cry from any Pattinson has played before. Sure, he's still a total heartthrob (bedding half the women in »
- Ryan McKee
Kristen Stewart as Marylou, On the Road poster Kristen Stewart plays Marylou, Dean Moriarty's girlfriend, in Walter Salles' film adaptation of Jack Kerouac's 1957 novel (actually written in 1951) On the Road. Moriarty is played by Tron: Legacy / Inside Llewyn Davis' Garrett Hedlund. While Dean Moriarty is a fictionalized version of Kerouac's intimate buddy Neal Cassady, Marylou is a representation of Cassady's first wife, LuAnne Henderson. In 1945, the 15-year-old Henderson married Cassady — who had sexual liaisons with both men and women; their marriage was annulled three years later. In addition to Stewart and Garrett Hedlund, On the Road features the following performers: Woman in Love / Brighton Rock's Sam Riley as Sal Paradise (a fictionalized Jack Kerouac), Waiting for Forever / Being Julia's Tom Sturridge as Carlo Marx (Allen Ginsberg), Man of Steel / The Muppets' Amy Adams, Eastern Promises / A History of Violence's Viggo Mortensen, Elysium / I Am Legend's Alice Braga, »
- Andre Soares
[Update: We've added the official Cosmopolis poster.]
When he’s not decked out in pale makeup and hair gel to play vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight movies, Robert Pattinson has generally preferred to work on more “challenging” indie flicks like Little Ashes and Bel Ami. However, the most recent addition to Pattinson’s indie resume is a film that truly deserves to be labeled “edgy” and “risque”: David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis.
An international teaser trailer has been released for Cosmopolis, which sees Cronenberg directing from his own screenplay (based on Don DeLillo’s 2003 novel) and working with a cast headlined by Pattinson, alongside such supporting players as Paul Giamatti, Jay Baruchel, Samantha Morton, Juliette Binoche, Kevin Durand, and Sarah Gadon – all in a story that’s pretty warped, to say the least.
Check out the Cosmopolis international ...
- Sandy Schaefer
Imagine Entertainment is planning a biopic based on the Salvador Domènec Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, Marquis de Púbol, known as Salvador Dali, one among the most versatile and prolific artists of the twentieth century. Until now, none of the films (e.g. Little Ashes, Midnight in Paris) about legendary surrealist has had the official stamp [...]
- Nick Martin
Given Salvador Dali's unique style and reputation for oddness, it’s not really surprising that there would be more than one film out there about legendary surrealist. But while some (including Little Ashes with Robert Pattinson as the artist as a young man) have come and gone, none have had the official stamp of the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation. Until now, that is. Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer is the man setting up a new biopic.Writer Paige Cameron pitched an idea for chronicling Dali’s life that got Grazer excited and he’s hired her to bash out the script. And with the Dali Foundation aboard, she’ll have access to archives and private letters to tell the story of his life, work and occasionally stormy marriage to wife Gala.“The Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation’s interest in a biographical film has always been limited to one that would involve an A-list team, »
Daniel Radcliffe had a good weekend, but where does his career stack up against that of another actor who's likewise trying to prove his worth outside of a somewhat-popular franchise? Let's take a look. It's Harry Potter's Radcliffe vs. Twilight's Robert Pattinson: Round One: The Art-house Debut Radcliffe's December Boys came and went in 2007; Pattinson's Little Ashes came and went in 2009. And while Little Ashes wound up making eight times as much money domestically as December Boys, December Boys wound up making about four times as much money internationally as Little Ashes. Shall we call it even? No. The Winner: »
Robert Pattinson ("Edward Cullen"), Kristen Stewart ("Bella Swan"), and Taylor Lautner ("Jacob Black") are already very, very successful. Thanks to the Twilight Saga and some of their former work, these three have amassed billions at the box office, and the franchise is not done just yet. Still, for the past couple of years, many in Hollywood have wondered whether these three can carry at least some of their Twilight success into their other films. Each of these has released independent projects post-Twilight, but they still haven't quite answered the call of these doubters yet, or so some say. This year might be the year they do it. Pattinson's post-Twilight releases include Little Ashes, an indie which just couldn't quite ... new territory, though, comes with Cosmopolis, the David Cronenberg picture he filmed in Toronto last summer. Cronenberg's ... ct. That trend will probably continue this year if Walter Salles's On The Road »
The franchises are over. What's in store for the liberated stars of these blockbuster series?
Harry Potter has bitten the dust; the Twilight Saga is staggering to a close. While the film industry gets used to the idea that two of its biggest cash cows will no longer be delivering, 2012 marks the moment that a clutch of very rich, very famous actors, all in their late teens and early 20s, will be let loose on the cinematic world, to run their careers as they like.
Three of the most bankable names on the planet are Potter graduates: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint. Another three are from Twilight: Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner. The Potter kids have been locked into their series for longer, and have had to negotiate a very public adolescence.
Radcliffe may be a lantern-jawed 22-year-old leading man, and Watson a 21-year-old fashion maven, »
- Andrew Pulver
15 items from 2012
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