Trailer: Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen in the indie comedy drama 50/50

Heading into the long weekend, it’s your daily dose of Hollywood news and notables, updated throughout the day.

The latest video essay on Terrence Malick from Matt Zoller Seitz: The New World p.1
It was Matt’s frequent words about of The New World at The House Next Door when critical opinion was still wildly split that made me a fan of his. Be sure to check out his other Malick essays linked from Moving Image Source.

UK Trailer: Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark
Be afraid. Be very afraid. (Empire)

Short: Is it art or is it a 98 second commercial for Lindsay Lohan?
(YouTube via Wrap)

Jeff Conaway, star of Grease and TV’s Taxi, dead at 60
(LA Times)

(above) Trailer: Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen in the indie comedy-drama 50/50
50/50 are the odds Joseph Gordon-Levitt has to survive a brain tumor. That’s a topic frought with sentimental peril, but it’s got such a great cast including Seth Rogen, Anna Kendrick, Bryce Dallas Howard and Angelica Huston that I’m willing to suspend cynicism. Filmed in Seattle! Opens September 30th. (Apple)

Trailer: Sarah Jessica Parker in I Don’t Know How She Does It
(Yahoo)

Orlando Bloom confirmed for The Hobbit
And the earth is spared imminent disaster. (Variety – firewall)

Sundance Selects picks up WWII tragicomedy My Best Enemy
Moritz Bleibtreu (which is my all-time favorite German name) plays a wealthy Austrian Jew who pretends to be a Nazi in order to avoid the death camps. (THR)

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