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29 Temmuz 2011 Cuma

***New Images of Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth in THE HUNGER GAMES ***Robert Patrick May Replace Bryan Cranston In Gangster Squad ***International Fright Night Trailer Reveals A Few Too Many Surprises ***DEBUNKED: Katherine Heigl In The Running For I Dream Of Jeannie Remake ***Lee Pace Joins Steven Spielberg's Lincoln To Play A Confederate New York City Mayor

New Images of Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth in THE HUNGER GAMES

by Matt Goldberg    Posted: July 28th, 2011 at 8:22 am

Yesterday, we got our first look at Josh Hutcherson as Peeta and Liam Hemsworth as Gale in Gary Ross’ The Hunger Games and now we have three more new images.  I commented on the physique of both actors but neglected to mention the simplicity of their costumes.  They did just look like two regular guys, but my thinking is that everyone looks pretty normal outside of the Capitol and it’s inside the Capitol where the costumes and make-up go crazy.
But I understand the need to give the fans a little more than just two guys hiking through the woods.  At least the images of Lawrence had her decked out in battle gear and wielding her bow.  One of these new images of Hutcherson and Hemsworth is just them strolling through the woods and could easily be an ad for REI.  The images that are actually from the movie are slightly better.  Hit the jump to check them out.  The Hunger Games opens March 23, 2012.

Robert Patrick May Replace Bryan Cranston In Gangster Squad

published: 2011-07-28 16:47:21 Author: Eric Eisenberg
It's hard not to have an incredible amount of respect for Bryan Cranston. The actor spent years as "bit player you recognize from that other TV show" (though I'll never forget Dr. Tim Whatley D.D.S. from Seinfeld). His big break came when he was cast as the dad on Malcolm in the Middle, but things have blown up beyond comprehension now. The guy has a starring role on one of the best shows on television (Breaking Bad), has roles in seven movies with a 2011 release date, and has won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series three years in a row. When you're this in-demand, however, you can't do every project that's thrown your way, and now Cranston has been forced to drop one.

Variety has learned that Robert Patrick is now in talks to replace Bryan Cranston in Ruben Fleischer's Gangster Squad. Should he officially sign on, Patrick will play Max Kennard, a quiet, Texas-born LAPD officer "who ambitiously enforces the law." Already signed on to the project are Sean Penn, as gangster Mickey Cohen, Ryan Gosling, Josh Brolin, Anthony Mackie and Michael Pena. Earlier this week it was reported that Emma Stone has entered talks for the film's female lead. The script was written by Will Beall, a former LAPD officer whose writing credits include five episodes of the Nathan Fillion television series Castle.

Sure, losing Cranston is a bummer, but if you don't think that Robert Patrick can effectively play a stone-faced, unstopable police officer then you seriously need to revisit Terminator 2

International Fright Night Trailer Reveals A Few Too Many Surprises

published: 2011-07-28 14:22:34 Author: Katey Rich
With a movie like Fright Night, a remake of the 1985 comedy horror landmark, it's hard to really argue that there are spoilers, since a full plot synopsis for the original is easily available on Wikipedia. But if director Craig Gillespie and his cast, which includes Colin Farrell as the predatory vampire next door, have added anything new to the classic story, you want to be surprised by what comes up, right? If that's the case I might urge you not to watch this new international trailer, which debuted at Empire and is also embedded below. Of course no trailer can completely spoil a movie-- and when it's the saga of an average high school kid going up against his vicious vampire neighbor, you can probably guess how things turn out-- but there are a lot of jokes and moments in this that I think might have been best left unrevealed. Take a look at what I mean, if you dare, below.

DEBUNKED: Katherine Heigl In The Running For I Dream Of Jeannie Remake

published: 2011-07-28 10:43:30 Author: Sean O'Connell

UPDATE: Heigl's reps have gotten in touch with us to unequivocally say this rumor is not true.

The idea of Katherine Heigl in an I Dream of Jeannie remake is, if we’re being honest, a nightmare. Part of that has to do with Heigl, who hasn’t appeared in a decent movie outside of Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up (which worked in spite of Heigl’s contributions and not because of them). But part of it also revolves around the fact that Hollywood’s attempts at squeezing dollars out of society’s nostalgia for old television shows rarely amounts to quality entertainment. For every Mission: Impossible, there are a dozen Get Smarts, Starsky & Hutchs, The Dukes of Hazards or, coincidentally, The Smurfs that soil our memories instead of creating new pleasures for the next generation.

At least Heigl’s involvement in a proposed Jeannie film is, at most, a rumor that is being reported on The Daily. And even that report acknowledges the fact that the potential remake of the campy television sitcom has been around forever, formally with Lindsay Lohan attached to the lead role of a sexy genie released from a lamp to cause trouble for the man who sets her free.

The Daily says Heigl at least looks like the original Jeannie, Barbara Eden, who co-starred alongside Larry Hagman in the original TV sitcom from 1965-70. But outside of that, why hire her? She has no comedic timing and, in my opinion, her oft-reported contentious personality has colored the way she is perceived on screen. Let’s hope this project stalls at the rumor stage, because the last thing we need is another tired excuse of a comedy milking laughs out of a premise that wasn’t very fresh or original 30 years ago.

Lee Pace Joins Steven Spielberg's Lincoln To Play A Confederate New York City Mayor

published: 2011-07-28 07:53:39 Author: Katey Rich
Lee Pace, the adorable star of the adorably short-lived TV show Pushing Daisies, has had a tricky time pursuing movie stardom since that show ended. He was excellent in Tarsem's The Fall, but I think we all know the visuals and the preternaturally talented child actress Catinca Untaru were the real stars of that movie. He's also been excellent in movies like Ceremony and Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, but I'll give you a dollar if you can find 10 people in your zip code who saw both of them. And then, to pay the bills, he's showed up in Marmaduke and When in Rome, but since we like the guy we'll just not talk about it.

Things are looking up for the actor, though, and in the form of a hilariously diverse resume for 2011. He's just wrapped up a stint on Broadway in The Normal Heart, the revival of the Larry Kramer play that snagged three Tonys, and will head to New Zealand later this year to play the Elven King Thranduil in The Hobbit, just before he pops up onscreen in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-- Part 1. As if that weren't enough variety to give you whiplash, he's also picked up an impressive new role for next year. Deadline reports that Pace has joined the massive, increasingly amazing cast of Lincoln's, Steven Spielberg's long-delayed biopic about the President that will put Daniel Day-Lewis in the stovepipe hat and surround him with the likes of Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, John Hawkes, David Strathairn and Walton Goggins.

Pace will play New York City mayor Fernando Wood, an early supporter of the Confederacy who so wanted the city to keep its profitable cotton trade with the South that he suggested the city secede from the Union and establish itself as a sovereign city-state called "Free City of Tri-Insula." I'm pretty sure I've just come across the name of the next hip cocktail bar that will open in my neighborhood, and also an interesting character motivation for Pace's next role. Everybody wins!

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