Thursday, July 29, 2010


Scott Pilgrim vs the world poster.

Mary Elizabeth WinsteadMichael Cera at "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" - Los Angeles Premiere on 28th July 2010Anna Kendrick at "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" on 28th July 2010 - Los Angeles Premiere

SCOTT PILGRIM REMIX : RAMONA starring Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Track: "Second Cup"
Artist: Nigel Godrich
Dialogue Remix by Osymyso
Duration: 1 minute 37 seconds

Duncan Jones talks about Source Code and Judge Dredd

"While director Duncan Jones is in the middle of post-production on his latest feature "Source Code", he has enough time to sit down and chat about his career thus far. He's received critical acclaim for his wonderful work with the 2009 film "Moon". Sam Rockwell as Sam Bell in "Moon" (2009)

If you were fluttering around the Internet at any point early this year, people claimed that the feature did not get the Academy praise it deserved.

Well, Jones is back on the science fiction scene again with "Source Code".
On Set photos from Source Code with Jake Gyllenhaal and
Michelle Monaghan on 15th March 2010

Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Monaghan shooting "Source Code" at Millennium Park on 9th April 2010 in Chicago, Illinois

The upcoming production stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a soldier who wakes up only to find himself inside the body of a commuter who ends up witnessing a horrifying train explosion. Jones lets us in on when we should expect the tale to be out.

Well, I think it is safe to say that the film will be out early next year. My edit is complete, and we are working hard on visual effects, choosing a composer and trying the film out on a few people just to see how it goes over.
During the conversation, one of the things brought up was another film that Duncan is signed on for called "Mute". However, nobody really knew that at one point in time Jones could have been holding in his hands the script for a "Judge Dredd" movie.
I would have loved to do the Judge Dredd movie that is underway. I was in fact sent the script to look at. Its a great script, and I hope I will not rue the decision of passing on it. Thing was, I had such a strong idea of what I wanted to do with a Dredd movie, I could not bring myself to take it on and not do it my way! ... and it's not like I could do it as a sequel either; my Dredd would have been really weird, and dark and funny, but not your traditional introduction to a hero character. I don't even know if I could have made my version of the film pitch-able. It was maybe too off the wall". Source:

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Kirsten Dunst attends a press conference for the new film "Melancholia"

Kirsten Dunst, Keifer Sutherland, Stellan SkarsgÄrd attending a press conference for the new film "Melancholia" (due out in 2011), on 27 Jul 2010.

Edgar Wright and Michael Cera talk about "Scott Pilgrim"

Cera: Why did you want me for the part?

Wright: Most of the time in both the book and the film, Scott Pilgrim is having a major meltdown because of the women in his life. His world is falling apart, and there are times when he’s not a nice guy, so we needed an actor audiences will still follow even when the character is being a bit of an ass. Also, you’re Canadian.
Cera: What’s that supposed to mean?

Wright: It’s about the sense of humor. A question I find interesting is when people ask me about British humor versus American humor. Simon Pegg and I were talking about how it’s not a matter of cultural references, it’s a point of view. You know, my sense of humor is British. But, Michael, can you pinpoint something that’s Canadian humor? Tone? State of mind? If I had to pinpoint something, and what typifies moments in the film, it’s that you’re seeing insane things happen and yet the humor is very laid-back. Your reaction undercuts what’s going on.

Cera: Stupid Canadian docility. You know, something that people might find interesting is all of the videogame effects you used as visuals—and music, too.
Michael Cera as Scott Pilgrim in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)

Wright: Those Nintendo games are classics—and people still play them, which is a testament to them being pieces of art. You’re so much younger than me, but Mario is a touchstone for both of us. And in this film we can do visuals that may seem pretty unconventional by Hollywood standards, and yet it doesn’t faze people at all because everyone knows what an extra life is. And there’s no blood or broken bones in this movie. It’s like a game. We had to use wind to show power.

Cera: That explains why I had that giant fan blowing in my eyes.

Wright: We had an air cannon aimed at you for those times in the film when your character gets hit—and remember the air cannon made a terrible noise? It goes POW!

Cera: It was like a cartoon.

Wright: You know, Kevin Smith has seen the movie and said your performance was like Bugs Bunny. It’s like you’ve got all these tricks up your sleeve and you just keep bouncing back. I would take that as a high compliment.

Cera: Oh, I do. Source:

The Wedding Singer and Mamma Mia! video

A musical video featuring scenes from The Heartbreak Kid (with Ben Stiller and Malin Akerman), The Zero Effect (with Ben Stiller and Angela Featherstone), The Wedding Singer (with Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Angela Featherstone and Christine Taylor), Mamma Mia! (with Amanda Seyfried, Dominic Cooper and Meryl Streep) and opening of Zombieland.

Songs "I married an angel" by Frankie Laine and "Not too young to get married" by Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans.

Ben Stiller in "Permanent Midnight" video

A video featuring scenes with Ben Stiller, Maria Bello, Elizabeth Hurley, Janeane Garofalo in "Permanent Midnight"

Song "Worried about you" by The Rolling Stones.

'Breaking Dawn' Scribe Wants Birth Scene To Be 'Visceral'

'Breaking Dawn' Scribe Wants Birth Scene To Be 'Visceral'

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Sage - "Edie Sedgwick" Music Video directed by Nikki Reed

The official "Edie Sedgwick" music video from Sage's debut EP "Learning to Walk". Directed by Nikki Reed and featuring Johnny Flynn

Jake Gyllenhaal, one of the 50 Sexiest Men in Glamour list

Zac Efron
Age: 22
Single? Unfortunately not. The gorgeous High School Musical star has been dating co-actress Vanessa Hudgens since the first film was recorded way back in 2005.See Him Next: Zac will be starring in Charlie St. Cloud; a fantasy romance flick due for release at the end of July.
Xavier Samuel
Age: 26
Single? Xavier Samuel (aka Riley in new Twilight movie Eclipse), turned up to the London premiere with Iranian girlfriend Shermine Shahrivar. Sorry folks…See Him Next: Xavier is currently in the process of filming Anonymous, a political thriller that attempts to discover who really wrote the works of Shakespeare. Sounds a tad heavier than vampires and werewolves we think..
Taylor Lautner
Age: 18
Kristen Stewart with Taylor Lautner at Cinema Society Host "Eclipse" Screening After Party on 28th June 2010

Single? Yes – after splitting with namesake Taylor Swift at the end of last year.
See Him Next: The hottest werewolf on the block can be seen baring his claws (and chest, we hope) in the latest Twilight film Eclipse. After that, it’s a long, cruel wait until the next episode, Breaking Dawn Part 1, is out in November 2011. How will we cope?
Kellan Lutz
Single? The Twilight star Kellan Lutz has been dating his equally hot girlfriend Anna Lynne McCord OF Beverly Hills 90210 fame for quite some time. Darn it.Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene attending Twilight "Eclipse" premiere in L.A.
See Him Next: In romantic flick Love, Wedding, Marriage, or, if you can wait that long to see him again, he’ll be starring alongside Twilight co-actress Ashley Greene in the 2011 film Warrior.
Brad Pitt
Age: 46
Single? He’s topped hottest man charts across the globe for more than two decades. Sadly, he’s rarely been available, and unless you fancy fighting off the gorgeous mother-of-his-six-children, Angelina Jolie, any time soon, he’s going to stay that way.See Him Next: Starring alongside funny man Sean Penn in American flick The Tree Of Life, which is due out at George Clooney
Age: 49

Single? Clooney’s current beau is the stunning Italian model Elisabetta Canalis. Jealous, us?See Him Next: He just gets better with age, doesn’t he? See a sophisticated Clooney doing what he does best – playing a master assassin in thriller flick The American.
Jake Gyllenhaal Outside The ABC Studios in NYC (August 2002)
Jake Gyllenhaal
Age: 29
Single? After splitting up with Reese Witherspoon at the end of 2009, he is officially available. Thank the Lord!
See Him Next: Catch those soft [blue] brown eyes alongside Anne Hathaway in new drama flick Love and Other Drugs, which is out in November.Shia Labeouf
Age: 24
Single? Nope, he’s taken. Shia is dating none other than British-born actress Carey Mulligan.See Him Next: In Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, starring alongside his girlfriend Miss Mulligan and legendary actor Michael Douglas.
Matthew McConaughey
Age: 40
Single? The rom com star lives in Malibu with his Brazilian girlfriend Camila Alves and their two children.See Him Next: There are rumours that he’s teamed up with Marc Hyman to develop a comedy script for American TV network FX.
Ryan Gosling
Age: 29
Single? Sadly not, no. Gosling is apparently dating CSI: NY actress Casey Labow.See Him Next: In romantic drama flick Blue Valentine, which was previewed at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Robert Downey Jr
Age: 45
Single? Sherlock Holmes himself has been married to film producer Susan Levin for five years.See Him Next: The actor is currently filming Sherlock Holmes 2 which is due to hit the big screens in 2011. If you can’t wait that long, rent Iron Man 2 when it comes out on DVD.
Robert Pattinson
Single? Robert is allegedly dating his Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart, but we’ll leave it up to you to work out whether the rumours are true or not. We’re hoping he’s still on the market...See Him Next: In Bel Ami, a film adaptation of a French novel, where he’ll be acting alongside Uma Thurman and Christina Ricci. Ooh la la! Source: