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This Breaking Dawn Part 1 media is just going to get more and more exciting (if you’re a Twilight fan) or more and more confounding (if you’re not). Today Summit released two clips from the film. Titled “I’m Late” and “Don’t Take Too Long, Mrs. Cullen” each of the 1 minute clips offers a slice of the Robert Pattinson/Kristen Stewart romance that has been at the heart of this franchise from the beginning.
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Although one could imagine that she’s busy enough being a bombshell actress, UN ambassador, wife to Brad and mother to many, Angelina Jolie is currently screening her first ever directing effort on a narrative film for select audiences.
Although Jolie picked up a directing credit for a documentary called “A Place in Time” four years ago, this is the first narrative feature film directed by the superstar, and she didn’t stop there. Credited also as a screenwriter, Jolie’s “In the Land of Blood and Honey” is set during the Bosnian war of the 1990s and deals with two people, Danijel and Ajla, stuck on different sides of the brutal conflict.
Starring Zana Marjanović, Goran Kostić and Rade Šerbedžija, the film opens on December 23 and is rated R for war violence and atrocities including rape, sexuality, nudity and language.
Can Angelina do it all? For first measure, check out the trailer below.
Photo by Ken Regan Courtesy of FilmDistrict and GK Films
In this set of official Universal Studios interviews, “Tower Heist’s” Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, Alan Alda and director Brett Ratner talk about the film, their characters, the amazing cast that includes the young Academy Award nominee for “Precious,” Gabourey Sidibe.
With additions to the show such as Community’s Danny Pudi (a “nerd-herder”), The Matrix’s Carrie-Anne Moss and the lovely Rebecca Romijn (“Robin Cunnings”), “Chuck” embarks on its fifth and final season as Chuck and the team go rogue, cut off by the CIA and forced to form their own private spy agency, “Carmichael Industries.”
Hugo Weaving (“The Matrix,” “V for Vendetta,” “The Lord of the Rings,” “Captain America”, “Transformers”), David Wenham (“300,” “Van Helsing”) and two-time Oscar nominee Emily Watson (“Breaking the Waves,” “Punch Drunk Love,” “Corpse Bride,” “Red Dragon”) star in the true story adaptation “Oranges & Sunshine,” which begins its US theatrical release on 28 October, 2011.
The film is produced by “The King’s Speech’s” Oscar-winning Emile Sherman and Iain Canning, is directed by British television director Jim Loach and is about the forced transportation of children in orphanages (often away from their parents in the UK) to a new life in Australia where they were raised in often tragic circumstances without knowledge of their family, and the one woman seeking to rectify the effect of the buried secrets.
Celebs.com’s Angela Bakke sat down for a chat in Los Angeles with the star of the film, Emily Watson, no stranger to provocative and powerful films.