Critics weren’t all that complimentary back in 1998. Although the fans never let them ruined the movie experience but in hindsight maybe they were right about some aspects of the previous Godzilla movie. For an action packed film it definitely made the audience laugh more than they thought they would but the same can’t be said about the upcoming 2014 remake. This Godzilla though is scary and even the trailer us giving off chills. Have to say that in this version there ‘s nothing laughable about watching Bryan Cranston saying we’re doomed. Because by the look on his face, he appears to be stating the obvious.
They were plenty of surprises at last night Grammy’s but the one thing everyone was warned to look forward from the very beginning just happen to be the new trailer for Maleficent. Disney has been especially great lately and no, that’s not an empty comment. With last year’s release of Frozen; they’ve surely won their place back on top. Although I was worried about the Maleficent trailer. Don’t get me wrong – I love the classic fairytales but many have been worried about the use of CGI. The TV show Once Upon Time and even its spin-off had come under a lot of flak for their green screen. And with the movie being live action as well then of course people were going to wonder if it would sometimes share the same “look”.
The newest trailer out right now is for a little movie called Welcome to the Jugnle. You might not have gotten a chance to hear about it yet and before today neither did I. I hate to say it, but it wasn’t until it became a Redband trailer filled with good old fashioned crude language did I truly become interested. Otherwise I would have signed the movie off as a comedy and kept it rolling which as I now see would only have hurt me.
The film is about “a corporate getaway led by a stone-faced Jean-Claude Van Damme where a bunch of pencil-necks fight amongst each other for supremacy.” The list of funny people in this includes the perennially underrated Rob Huebel, the squeaky-voiced Kristen Schaal (who suffers quite the indignity in this trailer), and Adam Brody (who, shade-throwing aside, has really had a rough filmography in the past decade). ” Basically a funnier version of the Lord of the Flies with adults and orgies.
Cate Blanchett has to be one of the classiest people in Hollyweird, and she proves that time and time again. Cate covers the latest issue of Vogue Magazine and Elle Canada in honor of Blue Jasmine‘s release, for which she’s tipped as the top contender for the Best Actress Oscar.
Cate is not as ubiquitous as several other A-list actresses on screen or elsewhere, and she attributes that to her selectivity in choosing movie roles. She explains that she much prefers taking supporting roles in movies due to collaborations with directors and filmmakers, explaining, “Cinema is a different beast. You are not always able to influence the final results in the same way as you can in the theatre. So I’m not always interested in large roles onscreen. I’m more interested in making the space to keep experimenting as an actor. What’s important when you’re working on a film is that you want to work with a director who is going to collaborate with you or who is interested in what you can offer.”
The first trailer for 22 Jump Street has gone online, and it’s filled with the infectious high energy hijinks that made the first movie such a blast of fresh air. Really, comedies over the past few years have suddenly started to become a semi-dependable genre, and 22 Jump Street looks to uphold that standard.
We really don’t get much of the plot, apart from the fact that Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are back, and now they’re in college. Well, we don’t need much more than that. But this time, they have to face college drugs and college parties as opposed to high school drugs and high school parties. There are also some surprising guest appearances at the end of the trailer, giving us a nice reminder of the some of the craziness that went down in 21 Jump Street.
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus weren’t exactly what you’d call a stable couple, despite the fact that they were engaged. But then again, it was silly for anyone to expect them to stay together forever, especially factoring in their age and their careers.
In one of the ‘Most Fascinating People of 2013‘ interviews with Barbara Walters, Miley opened up about the breakup, explaining that they shouldn’t have stayed together as long as they did. She explains, “I was so scared of ever being alone, and I think, conquering that fear, this year, was actually bigger than any other transition that I had, this entire year. I don’t ever want to have to need someone again, where you feel like, without them, you can’t be yourself.” Well, she definitely doesn’t address the cheating rumors, but if their relationship was already over at that point, is it technically cheating? Who knows how long they were broken up, before they were ‘officially’ broken up.
Miley also adds, “I don’t think I realized what 19 truly is, and I got engaged at 19, and I definitely wouldn’t change being engaged. It was so fun wearing a fat rock for a few years. But now, I just feel like I can actually be happy. I wait for those moments of silence, when I’m just at my house, by myself.”
No celebrity has been as ubiquitous as Jennifer Lawrence in 2013. She dominated headlines at the beginning of the year thanks to her Oscar win and busy awards season. She went away for a while, but then came back with the one-two punch of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire last month and now American Hustle. Even though she’s busy filming Mockingjay, she’ll have to once again go through awards season for her acclaimed performance in American Hustle. With this much on her plate and the amount of publicity she’s getting, there’s always a danger of her burning out and getting overexposed. However, Jennifer’s prepared for that and has a plan of action.
According to a report from Radar Online, Melissa McCarthy and Rebel Wilson have both made a weight loss pact. However, it’s not what you think – they’ve made a pact regarding their refusal to conform to Hollywood weight standards, and to never let roles dictate their weight.
A ‘source’ tells Radar, “Rebel and Melissa have known each other for five years and there’s a lot of love there. Neither one of them is trying to lose weight and they’ve formed this little support group to keep each other from falling into the skinny Hollywood trap.”