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16 Mart 2011 Çarşamba

**Trailer for BEAUTIFUL BOY Starring Michael Sheen and Maria Bello **New Trailer for BRIDESMAIDS Starring Kristen Wiig **John Hawkes to Star in Indie Drama SURROGATE **Alec Baldwin Leaves MEN IN BLACK III

Trailer for BEAUTIFUL BOY Starring Michael Sheen and Maria Bello
by Matt Goldberg Posted: March 15th, 2011
A trailer for the indie drama Beautiful Boy has gone online. The story takes the unique perspective of focusing on the parents (played by Michael Sheen and Maria Bello) of a young man who went on a shooting spree on his college campus and then killed himself. Usually, the approach to a senseless tragedy such as that is to blame the parents, and then the tragedy somehow makes sense: better parents means better kid means no shooting spree and we can go back to pretending that the world is not a random series of uncontrollable events. I have hope that Shawn Ku’s film, which played at last year’s Toronto Film Festival, will handle its subject matter with maturity and insight. Having Sheen and Bello as the leads is already a great sign.

Hit the jump to check out the trailer.


New Trailer for BRIDESMAIDS Starring Kristen Wiig
by Matt Goldberg Posted: March 15th, 2011
I’m so happy that buzz I’m hearing on Paul Feig’s Bridesmaids out of SXSW is positive otherwise this trailer would have me mildly concerned about the film. Judging the film based solely on the new trailer, the humor mostly seems to revolve around Kristen Wiig being a neurotic single woman who drinks a lot. While I’m confident that Wiig has the charm and comic timing to carry a movie, this trailer doesn’t sell me on a film that my peers are celebrating.

Hit the jump to check out the trailer. Bridesmaids also stars Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy and Jon Hamm. The film opens May 13th.

 John Hawkes to Star in Indie Drama SURROGATE
by Matt Goldberg Posted: March 15th, 2011
John Hawkes has been tapped to star in Ben Lewin’s indie drama Surrogate. Per Variety, the story “is based on the life of Mark O’Brien, a poet and journalist who, after spending most of his life with an iron lung as a result of polio, decides to explore his sexuality. He hires a sex surrogate and soon develops a relationship that changes both of their lives.” And this is an independent feature?! I can’t believe a studio wouldn’t want to make this.

I’ve been a big fan of Hawkes for a while and with his recent Oscar nomination for Winter’s Bone, I think he’s about to breakout in a big way. He’ll next be seen in supporting roles in Vera Farmiga’s Higher Ground, Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion, and the excellent Martha Marcy May Marlene.

Alec Baldwin Leaves MEN IN BLACK III
by Jason Barr Posted: March 15th, 2011
If it weren’t for bad news, there would be no news emitting from Sony Pictures’ beleaguered Men in Black III production. In fact, director Barry Sonnenfeld’s third installment in the franchise has encountered so many problems since its production began last November that we were actually capable of putting together an article devoted entirely to discussing said issues. Ouch. True to form, MIB has now taken another hit as purported co-star Alec Baldwin has left the production altogether. In a recent interview with Vulture, Baldwin made quick work of his exit saying, “I’m not doing that. I’m out of it; the schedule didn’t work out.”

As for the role Baldwin leaves behind, the actor was slated to play the head of the “MIB” in 1969 during the portions of the film in which Will Smith travels to the era in an attempt to save the young Agent K (Josh Brolin). There is currently no word on who will replace Baldwin in the role. In spite of all of its hardships, the film is scheduled to resume production on March 28th and is still looking at a May 25, 2012 release. The release date for the Oscar-worthy, underdog tale that documents all of Men in Black III’s obstacles on the road to release has yet to be announced. That said, I hear its production is going splendidly.

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