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Okay, we love Mark Wahlberg – we loved “The Fighter” and we love that he produces “Boardwalk Empire.” But we also really dig Diego Luna and Giovanni Ribisi, and seeing them both as bad guys in this trailer has us a little too excited to see this action flick.
Count us in! When’s it come out? January 2012??? Oh well, guess that’s not tooooo long to wait. After all, it is October already.
Flo Rida collaborator and Britney Spears songwriter Ke$ha continues the rocking going on in Rio at the moment with machine gun guitar blaring and axe smashing while wearing nothing but torn tights, underwear and a shredded American flag tee.
Currently focusing on bringing guitar into her transition from pop to rock n' roll, Ke$ha didn't hold anything back, as you can see from this gallery of scorching images!
Paul W.S. Anderson’s “The Three Musketeers” stars Milla Jovovich as M’lady De Winter and Orlando Bloom as the evil Duke of Buckingham up against the goofy goodness of D’Artagnan (Logan Lerman) and his three musketeers – Aramis (Luke Evans), Ray Stevenson (Porthos) and Matthew Macfadyen (Athos).
While the movie is all about the musketeers, given that this Anderson is the director of films like “Death Race” and “AVP: Alien vs. Predator” and “Resident Evil,” we’ve excised a gallery of images for you of the more sinister and fantastic Jovovich along with the moustache-twirling Bloom. Much more fun!
A few weeks ago, Garden State-bred Anne Hathaway went on record about her feelings for Jersey Shore. “When I saw Snooki, I saw myself,” confessed the Oscar nominated actress. Now Anne’s taken her love for GTL and juiceheads one step farther with this hilarious video that aired on Conan. In the clip, Anne, Paul Rudd, and Dennis Haysbert all audition for the new season of Jersey Shore. Can you picture Paul and Dennis beating up the beat? We can.
Steve Carell: funny. Schizophrenic murderers: not funny. So it’s strange that The Office’s legendary Michael Scott will be playing a killer in an upcoming movie.
Bennett Miller, the man behind the smash hit Moneyball, will direct Carell in Foxcatcher, the true story of heir and millionaire John DuPont, who was convicted of killing Olympic wrestler Dave Schultz. Carrell will play DuPont, and will have to go to some pretty dark places in order to embody a mentally ill murderer. Then again, we’ve seen Steve Carrell play a disturbed person before – in Little Miss Sunshine, he was a suicidal college professor.
Foxcatcher will reportedly begin shooting in March of 2012.