Only Adam can make a movie about diffcult subject matters and make it funny. You know u shouldn't be laughing but you can't help yourself. Who know that Vanilla Ice had some comedy chops? Love the stripper in the movie she was hilarious, eating and drinking upside down on a stripper pole classic. It is a very funny adult comedy!!!! No kids allowed!!!!
Whenever there’s a Western being made somewhere in Hollywood, it’s a sure bet that Kevin Costner wants to be in it. He’s responsible for one of the best westerns of the past decade in Open Range and his obsession with the genre is all but legendary. So maybe we shouldn’t be surprised to learn that he’s found his way into Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming Spaghetti Western, Django Unchained.
If you've never read any of the Hunger Games books by Suzanne Collins, you've probably been wondering how anyone could get excited about the images from the film adaptation released in the last few weeks. Every single one of them, from the first magazine cover featuring Jennifer Lawrence to the latest image of Liam Hemsworth, have been variations on the same theme: Attractive, Young White People, Caught In A Love Triangle And Looking Somber.
One film set to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival that looks like it could be a massive hit or a disastrous miss is Ralph Fiennes's feature film directing debut, Coriolanus, a modern day adaptation of Shakespere's play in which Fiennes stars as the Roman general Coriolanus with a script from John Logan (Gladiator). Along with Fiennes the film co-stars Gerard Butler, Brian Cox and Vanessa Redgrave.
Two new pictures have premiered of The Hunger Games via the film’s official Facebook page. The images don’t indicate exactly what is going on in their scenes, but one can speculate. In the first picture, Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) appears to be relaxing, covered in dirt, and in the second picture, Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) is equally messy in a ready-to-fight-stance.
The relationship between Hollywood studios and faith audiences continues with Lionsgate's forthcoming WARRIOR, an intense glimpse into the world of mixed martial arts (MMA) and a portrait of a family who finds wholeness and healing after devastation by alcoholism. Faith-based leaders are responding enthusiastically to early screenings of the film, citing its artistry and urgent focus on forgiveness as the key to healing.