11 items from 2010
Check out the trailer for The Lincoln Lawyer, directed by Brad Furman and starring Matthew McConaughey (Killer Joe), Ryan Phillippe (Setup, What’s Your Number?), Breaking Bad Emmy Award Winner Bryan Cranston and Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei (Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Ides of March).
The Lincoln Lawyer comes to theaters on March 18th, 2011. The film also stars William H. Macy (Shameless), Josh Lucas (Keeper of the Pinstripes), Laurence Mason (Prison Break, Breakout Kings), Frances Fisher (Sedona, The Roommate), John Leguizamo (Ice Age: Continental Drift), Michael Pena (Tower Heist), Margarita Levieva (For Ellen), Bob Gunton (How I Spent My Summer Vacation), Reggie Baker, Mackenzie Aladjem (Nurse Jackie), Michaela Conlin (Bones) and Michael Pare.
The film is about a criminal defense lawyer who operates out of the back of his Lincoln sedan. Coincidentally, Tomei won her Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role in My Cousin Vinny, »
Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox continue to milk "Ice Age" with yet another new installment entitled "Ice Age: Continental Drift." Yes, you get to see Scrat endlessly chase down his acorn. You wonder what's in that sucker that makes the poor animal go after it for three, and now four, movies.The film is directed by Steve Martino and Mike Thurmeier with a voice cast that includes Ray Romano, Queen Latifah, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Seann William Scott and Josh Peck.You can be sure to check out the teaser for "Ice Age: Continental Drift" attached to the new Jack Black film "Gulliver's Travels," out in theaters on Christmas Day. Source: Movie Jungle »
Here’s a brief 20 second look at the new animated short Scrat’s Continental Crack-Up in 3-D on prints of 20th Century Fox’s Gulliver’S Travels.
.Ice Age. Headliner Scrat Gets His Own Short Film
See Scrat.S Continental Crack-up, In 3D, Only At Showings Of Gulliver.S Travels, Beginning December 25
Los Angeles (Tuesday, December 21st, 2010) . It.s a world-shaking event: Scrat, the prehistoric squirrel/rat . and breakout star of the blockbuster Ice Age movie franchise . headlines his own short film, Scrat.S Continental Crack-up, in 3D. The short can be seen only at showings of the 20th Century Fox comedy Gulliver’S Travels, which arrives in theaters everywhere December 25.
The special holiday treat sees Scrat still scrambling after the cursed acorn he.s been craving since the first Ice Age film. Only this time, the chase has world-changing consequences. Forget what you.ve learned in geology »
- Michelle McCue
The very first image from the fourth film in the hugely successful Ice Age movies, Ice Age: Continental Drift, has debuted online. The film doesn’t actually arrive in cinemas unti the summer of 2012, but here’s our first look at Scrat the squirrel, who returns to cause mayhem in the snow once more.
Ray Romano also returns as Manny, Queen Latifah is back as Ellie, as well as John Leguizamo as Sid, Denis Leary as Diego, Sean William Scott as Crash, Josh Peck as Eddie and of course, Chris Wedge as Scrat.
The actual date of release is July 13th, 2012. »
- Paul Heath
Ice Age: Continental Drift, the fourth film in the long-running 3D animated movie series was quickly given the greenlight after the third film, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, made almost $900 million at the worldwide box office.
The film, which was officially announced in May of this year, is headed to cinemas on July 13th 2012 and 20th Century Fox have kindly provided us with the first image from the film – an image which features series stalwart Scrat the sabretooth squirrel and his infamous nut!
Ice Age: Continental Drift is once again produced by Blue Sky Studios, and stars Ray Romano as Manny, Queen Latifah as Ellie, John Leguizamo as Sid, Denis Leary as Diego, Sean William Scott as Crash, Josh Peck as Eddie and Chris Wedge as Scrat.
The film is scheduled for release July 13th 2012. »
Just last week, we brought you a report about Denis Leary (Rescue Me, Ice Age: Continental Drift) being in talks to appear in director Marc Webb‘s as yet Untitled Spider-Man Reboot as police captain George Stacy, the father of Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone).
Emma Stone herself recently spoke with MTV about her recent rehearsals, learning chemistry, and about leaving her red hair behind and returning to her natural blonde for the role of Gwen Stacy:
“There are a lot of changes happening on a day to day basis. There’s a lot of open dialogue about where we’re going with this and how Peter and Gwen are going to come together and what makes the most sense for the story we’re telling. It’s an ever-changing thing. We’re still in that development period. It’s so fantastic. My background is in improv and things like that, »
- Jason Moore
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I" is now the biggest "Harry Potter" opening of all time, having smashed box office records with a magical $125 million domestically.
The film -- which follows Harry, Hermione and Ron as they leave the comforts of Hogwarts to search for ways to destroy the evil wizard Lord Voldemort -- surpassed the series' previous best, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," which opened in 2005 with $102 million.
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Not too long ago, we brought you the news that Martin Sheen was cast as Uncle Ben, Sally Field was in early talks to portray Aunt May, and Zooey Deschanel (Your Highness) was rumored to be wanted by director Marc Webb himself to play Betty Brant in the as yet Untitled Spider-Man Reboot.
In the classic comics, the character strongly approves of his daughter’s relationship with Peter Parker (Spider-Man), and is also a strong supporter of Spider-Man. In the classic The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #90 (Nov. 1970), During a fight between Spider-Man and Doctor Octopus, Captain Stacy is crushed by falling debris while saving a child. As he dies, he reveals to Parker that he had known his identity for some time, »
- Jason Moore
The "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" premiere last night must have been a fun time if you had a seat inside. Tom Felton and Warwick Davis both came away tweeting pleasant things about the experience, though Davis might have preferred a different seat.
Milla Jovovich, meanwhile, still has a while before she needs to think about showing up for her "Three Musketeers" premiere. She did reach her final day of filming, though, and knows exactly what she'll be doing next. You'll find her enthusiasm down below, listed with retweets from Seth MacFarlane and Damon Lindelof reacting to Harrison Ford, as well as David Slade's meditation on the death of Dino De Laurentiis.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for November 12, 2010.
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@jennettemccurdy In case you were wondering, yes this is a photo of me in a time traveling deloreon & yes I'm holding a hoverboard: http://yfrog. »
- Brian Warmoth
Diablo Cody has been tweeting messages and pictures from her first nine months of motherhood, so it was no surprised that all of Twitter-Wood got to enjoy an official announcement yesterday that her son Marcello Daniel Maurio has arrived.
It was a busy night in tweets, though, as "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" took over Grauman's Chinese Theatre for its premiere in Los Angeles. Edgar Wright and his cast attended, as did Nick Frost and Jennette McCurdy, according to their notes. Check out what they thought and what Rainn Wilson had to say about his experience with WikiLeaks after the jump.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for July 28, 2010.
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@diablocody We had our boy early this morning! »
- Brian Warmoth
In this week’s Summer Must Issue, Rescue Me star Denis Leary ruminates on the new season of his FX firefighter show — and his sinister plan to kidnap Michael J. Fox. Alas, there wasn’t space in the magazine to include the actor-comedian’s “Summer Musts.” But thanks to the wonderment that is the Internet, you can read all about them after the jump.
“I’m looking forward to seeing that. It’s every old action star in the same movie. It’s Sly , and Schwarzenegger, and Dolph Lundgren, right? I’m not surprised Sly didn’t »
- Clark Collis
11 items from 2010
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