Twitter Questions: Gerard Butler

Check out EMPIRE Online's Twitter questions for Gerard Butler. The British mag asked fans to submit questions for him via Twitter, and here are some interesting bits about the planned Escaped From New York remake, eating deep-fried Mars Bars and if he still kept the 300 outfit. Funny how he mentioned he almost did The …

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Tintin film will be released late 2011 in 3D

This probably isn't as huge a news to most American moviegoers. But as someone who grew up reading The Adventures of Tintin comics, I've been curiously following this 3D adaptation project for some time now. The hero of the comic strips created by Belgian artist Hergé is Tintin, a young Belgian reporter with his fox …

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What I’m thankful for: My loving husband

Happy Thanksgiving, readers! Thought I'd take the time to reflect on what I'm really, really thankful for this year. There are too many really, the fact that I get to live another day and have a job, family, friends... this blog =) Those are all abundant blessings I can't ever take for granted. And the …

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Random Thoughts: Overpaid A-listers & Sexiest Men Alive

Forbes released their annual most-overpaid stars list last week. To create the list, Forbes looked at the 100 biggest stars in Hollywood. To qualify, each actor had to have starred over the last five years in at least three movies that opened in more than 500 theaters. Three of them were repeat offenders, including the …

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Conspicuous Trailer of the Week: The Road

Apocalypse cataclysm is no popcorn, which makes The Road a perfect antithesis for the farcical fluff that is 2012. Based on Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize winning novel, it's a post-apocalyptic tale starring Viggo Mortensen, Robert Duvall, Guy Pearce and Charlize Theron. Here's the short synopsis per IMDb: A father and his son walk alone through …

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Classic Flix Review: Frederico Fellini’s 8½ by Rockerdad

As a tribute to RTM’s recent post about ‘writer’s block’, and the fact that Daniel Day-Lewis is reprising the role of Guido in the film version of the revived musical NINE (out on Christmas Day), I thought it would be fitting to do a review of a classic film that delves into the depths of …

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Brand new trailer of Daniel-Day Lewis’ musical NINE

If I'd ever spend part of my Christmas day in a theater, it'd be to watch this one. You'll find some details about the movie in my previous post back in August. The Weinstein company recently released this brand-new trailer that makes me want to get up and dance! Boy, that is one red-hot and …

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Jane Eyre casting: Michael Fassbender as Rochester?

Oh, this is fabulous news! I've been keeping an eye on this project for some time now. In my previous post about Brontë's sisters' literary adaptation, when Ellen Page was reportedly still attached, they were still searching for the actor to play Rochester. Then miss Page left, but The Playlist reported that a rising auteur …

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Conspicuous Trailer of the Week: Remember Me

Interesting title. I don't think Robert Pattinson will ever that problem for quite some time now. With a slew of teeny-boppers — and their moms — swarm the theater to see New Moon, I couldn't help being intrigued by the trailer of R-Patz new flix. Check it out below: Pattinson plays a rebellious young man …

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DVD Pick: Maiden Heist

My friends and I saw this movie on Halloween night. Since nobody's keen on watching a horror flick, we stumbled upon this one as we're browsing the Redbox site. The biggest draws were the main actors: Christopher Walken, Morgan Freeman and William H. Macy. You'd think that with names like those it'd be a dark …

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