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”
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”
I can say that I blame the Palin family (+Levi Johnston) for constantly doing things that keep them in the public eye, but it’s not even their fault. The fault lies with John McCain, Dancing With The Stars, the people who gave Bristol Palin a reality show and even HBO and Game Change starring Julianne Moore.
Speaking of Game Change and annoying Palins, Bristol thinks Julianne’s impersonation in the Emmy-winning TV movie is sub-par. “I don’t think she’s a good interpreter of my mom. I think my mom is way hotter than that,” she told E! News.
“I think she doesn’t have that accent. It’s kind of silly, but my mom’s awesome.” Continue reading “Bristol Palin Says Her Mom Is ‘Way Hotter’ Than Julianne Moore”