Juliette Binoche Pines After Kristen Stewart in ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ Trailer

Over the weekend, audiences at Cannes were pleasantly surprised by Clouds of Sils Maria starring Juliette Binoche as over-40 actress Maria Enders and Kristen Stewart as her assistant and only friend.

Enders’ career is revived when she is offered a role in a new version of the play that made her famous. The twist is that it’s not the role she played in her youth, but instead that of a woman who is driven to suicide by a younger employee.
    
Enders struggles to com to terms with reality as she realizes the actress filling her shoes (Chloë Grace Moretz) is an “unsettling reflection of herself.”  Continue reading “Juliette Binoche Pines After Kristen Stewart in ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ Trailer”

Trailer: Carrie

Nothing could be quite as traumatizing as 1976’s Carrie, but I’m not going to lie and say the story doesn’t personally disturb me more than any other horror movie.

Forget Friday The 13th, Hellraiser, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Halloween. Carrie breaks away from those films because the series of events (minus the telekinesis) commonly occur in real life.  Continue reading “Trailer: Carrie”

This Teaser Will Make You Remember The Name ‘Carrie,’ In Case You Forgot 36 Years Ago

Since almost nobody under the age of 25 has read Stephen King’s acclaimed novel Carrie, Screen Gems and MGM have decided to capitalize on the story’s relevance (teen bullying) by making a third version.

Everyone remembers the original in 1976 but few saw or can recall the remake in 2002 starring Patricia Clarkson and Angela Bettis (Girl, Interrupted, May). This one, due March 15, 2013, also has a promising director (Boys Don’t Cry‘s Kimberly Peirce) and cast…

Chloë Grace Moretz (despite King himself suggesting Lindsay Lohan) as the teen with an unstable harness on her telekinetic powers and Julianne Moore as Margaret, the fanatic mother who believes her sheltering parenting techniques are saving her daughter from the very hellfire she eventually unleashes upon her pig’s blood-dumping classmates.  Continue reading “This Teaser Will Make You Remember The Name ‘Carrie,’ In Case You Forgot 36 Years Ago”

Stories I’m Too Lazy To Write About [8-24-12]

Photos from the dreaded Carrie remake starring Chloë Moretz. (Too Fab)

Lance Armstrong‘s Tour de France titles stripped for not fighting doping charges. (Grouchy Muffin)

Reporter asks Carson Daly if Christina Aguilera is a squirter. (Huffington Post)

Gyllenhaal police drama’s trailer (End Of Watch) is generating positive buzz. (Pajiba)

REJOICE in “I told you so’s.” Katy Perry and John Mayer are over. (E! Online)

Emma Stone looks like she could use a butter milkshake. (Evil Beet)

This rare Anglerfish looks like a bouncy ball from the grocery store. (National Geographic)

Rodney King had cocaine, PCP and marijuana in his system at time of death. (TMZ)

Graphic Empire State Building shooting photos emerge. (Gawker)

Serena Williams “tried to warn” the line judge she yelled at in 2009. (ONTD!)

People’s Choice Fashions, You Be The Judge

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Many stars of music, television and movies showed up for the 2012 People’s Choice Awards, hosted by The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco. From Robert Pattinson’s shaved head to Emma Stone’s Emerald City Gucci suit.

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Best Coast Gets Warriors Treatment via Drew Barrymore

The new Best Coast single “Our Deal” is getting a little help from celebrity notoriety, the LA-based 60’s girl-group inspired outfit enlisted Drew Barrymore to direct “Our Deal.”

The video features Let Me In‘s Chloë Moretz and cameos from Miranda Cosgrove, of cheesy pop fame and Alia Shawkat, who starred in Whip It with Barrymore.

Veronica aka Moretz’s love interest is played by Tyler Poser, star of MTV’s Teen Wolf, as a member of the “Day Trotter” gang and not the wolf-inspired “Night Creeper” gang. Wow he’s really branching out as an actor. Cough cough.

Watch the extended version on MTV, HERE. (It’s actually a pretty darn good song and music video, by today’s video standards anyway)

The video combines any and all gang movies of the past, such as the 1979 cult classic The Warriors and also West Side Story. Except with neon high-tops, hair extensions, Urban Outfitters threads and puka necklaces, instead of spikes, tight white shirts and leather vests.

Oh and it’s a girl in a leather jacket and a GUY in a tanktop. See how the roles have reversed since the 60’s and 70’s? Clothing exchange. Voila.