Trailer: Gordon-Levitt, Portman & Wilson in ‘Hesher’

I’ve been curious about Hesher since it debuted at Sundance in 2009. It’s finally getting a theatrical release on April 15th and here’s the first trailer. Here’s the official blurbage: Loud music. Pornography. Burning shit to the ground. These are a few of Hesher’s favorite things.  And they are what Hesher(Joseph Gordon Levitt) brings into the lives (read…)

Black Swan (2010)

A sensuous and darkly beautiful psycho-sexual fairytale with a fantastic central performance by Natalie Portman.

Your soon-to-be-Oscar-winner Natalie Portman on Letterman

I know it’s ridiculous to start calling Oscars before the nominations have even been announced, but sometimes if you say something loud enough and often enough, it comes true. Black Swan is my favorite of the Oscar-buzziest movies (read my review here) and 75% of that is because of Natalie Portman. It’s a great performance (read…)

Poster/Trailer: Natalie Portman in Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Black Swan’

Apple has our first real look at one of the more anticipated movies of the year, Darren Aronofsky’s dueling ballerina movie Black Swan starring Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel and Mila Kunis. (Now embedded after the jump for your streaming pleasure) Also check out the poster after the jump or read the LiC 4-star review of (read…)

700 miles from Sundance 2010: Gordon-Levitt in ‘Hesher’ and John Wells’ ‘Company Men’

Coverage from around the internet of Sundance’s first buzzworthy title CATFISH, plus Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s HESHER and John Wells’ THE COMPANY MEN starring Ben Affleck, Chris Cooper and Tommy Lee Jones.

Trailer #2: Brothers

The second trailer for Brothers, Jim Sheridan’s remake of Susanne Bier’s Brødre, is a modest improvement over the first, but it still kind of looks like unbearable melodrama. Natalie Portman plays a woman who believes her husband was killed in war. She takes up with brother-in-law Jake Gyllenhaal only to find out her husband Tobey (read…)

TIFF ’09: Portman, Ozon and Caine

The reviews are coming fast and furious out of Toronto so let’s get right back to it. Love and Other Impossible Pursuits. Based on Ayelet Waldman’s novel, Don Roos’ irritatingly titled new film starring Natalie Portman sounds like a bit of an emotional slog frankly. Cute as a button Portman seems to be getting good (read…)

Trailer: New York, I Love You

At long last, Apple has the first trailer for New York, I Love You a series of short films on a theme of love set in The Big Apple (ala Paris, Je T’aime)

Poster: New York, I Love You

The new one sheet for the omnibus film New York, I Love You

Teaser Poster: Brothers

The poster for Jim Sheridan’s upcoming drama about a brotherly love triangle with Tobey Maguire, Natalie Portman and Jake Gyllenhaal.

Trailer: Brothers

The trailer for Jim Sheridan’s remake of Susanne Bier’s film panders to the Oscar crowd and looks almost instantly forgettable. Let’s hope the movie is actually better because we like Natalie Portman.

I love ‘New York’ in…October

Originally scheduled for release around Valentine’s Day, the anthology film New York, I Love You was one of LiC’s more anticipated films of this year, but then it went and dropped off radar. Thankfully, Dave McNary reports in Variety this evening that distributor Vivendi Entertainment will be releasing the film on October 16. The spiritual (read…)

Loose Ends: 10/28/08

Turns out the movie business keeps rolling whether you’re paying attention to it or not. Here’s a handful of recent casting announcements featuring interesting actors in not-so-interesting projects. Amy Adams is set to star as NPR correspondent Jacki Lyden in a film based on Lyden’s memoir Daughter of the Queen of Sheba. A fixture at (read…)

Loose Ends: 9/14/08

Variety reported back in May that George Clooney will produce and star in a film called The Men Who Stare at Goats based upon the book by UK journalist Jon Ronson. The Hollywood Reporter updated the story last Thursday with a report that Ewan McGregor, Kevin Spacey and Jeff Bridges were in talks to join (read…)

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