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Meryl Streep Rocks Out in the RICKI AND THE FLASH Trailer


The first Ricki and the Flash trailer starring Meryl Streep has arrived. She stars as a musician who abandoned her family when she was young in order to seek fame in California. She’s returning home now trying to be a mother to her daughter in distress. The cast includes Kevin Kline as Ricki’s ex-husband, real-life

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New INTO THE WOODS Trailer Puts Characters and Music on Display


Disney has released a new Into the Woods trailer for Rob Marshall’s musical adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim classic. The modern twist brings together many of your favorite Brothers Grimm fairy tales in what is sure to be one of the biggest movies this holiday season. We get a full look of Johnny Depp as

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New Cool & Creepy Posters for INTO THE WOODS and INTERSTELLAR


Into the Woods is the musical fairy tale adaptation that combines the stories of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Little Red Riding Hood with a star-studded cast including Johnny Depp, Anna Kendrick, and the great Meryl Streep. Streep has taken the newest poster to a creepy level and that’s just fine by us.

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The Teaser Trailer for Disney’s INTO THE WOODS


Just like that we have the first teaser trailer for director Rob Marshall’s (Chicago) adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim musical Into The Woods.We shared the first images last night from the film which puts a modern twist on the Brothers Grimm fairy tales. The trailer isn’t much in terms of story but it’s a good

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The New Trailer for THE GIVER is Black and White Says Meryl Streep


Here is a new trailer for The Giver, director Philip Noyce’s (Salt) adaptation of the Lois Lowry book which our own Ryan Heinrichs has a love for. I personally haven’t read the book; I think I got distracted by a cat outside when I picked it from a shelf once. The sci-fi thriller takes place

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The Best Trailer of the Year So Far; Tommy Lee Jones’ THE HOMESMAN


Here is the first trailer and images for what look to be Tommy Lee Jones’ greatest directorial effort yet, a western drama titled The Homesman.  His last feature, The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada was great but was more of a modern-day western whereas The Homeman takes it back to 1850s American West.  The story

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The 2014 Oscar Nominees

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Here are the nominations for the 86th Academy Awards or “The Oscars” is you’re nasty.  The leaders are American Hustle and Gravity lead with 10 nominations each, 12 Years a Slave has 9 nominations.  I’m happy to see Wolf of Wall Street earn five nominations including Best Picture, Director (Scorsese), Best Actor (DiCaprio), Supporting Actor

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