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As of today, two films that premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival now have one sheet posters. The first is for Andrew Rossi's documentary Page One: Inside the New York Times, which chronicles a year in the venerable paper's newsroom, complete with the WikiLeaks classified document dump and the struggles to stay afloat in a rapidly changing media environment. The other is for The Art of Getting By, which was previously titled Homework. The romance stars Freddie Highmore and Emma Roberts as high school students in New York.
Fifteen years after horror got all self-aware and postmodern with the first Scream, director Wes Craven and writer Kevin Williamson are hoping to rejuvenate the franchise, which has laid dormant since Scream 3 in 2000. In that film, you knew the Scream train had gone off the rails when Jay and Silent Bob inexplicably showed up for a cameo. Franchise restarter Scream 4 goes back to basics, returning to Woodsboro and introducing regulars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette to a new generation of potential victims, including Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Anna Paquin, Kristen Bell, Rory Culkin, Erik Knudsen, and Alison Brie. Check out three new clips from Scream 4, all of which focus on bringing together franchise newbies and alums.
Since even before Gary Ross signed on to direct an adaptation of Suzanne Collins' phenomenally popular young adult novel 'The Hunger Games', fan speculation as to who should play the protagonist has been rampant, to say the very least. The role of Katniss Everdeen in the first film of a planned trilogy has been frequently discussed and much sought after by seemingly every young actresses in the applicable age range. Now, The Wrap reports that Jennifer Lawrence, who earned an Oscar nomination for the lead role in last year's Winter's Bone, will play Katniss in The Hunger Games.
Every day, Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson's would-be franchise restart for the self-aware slasher series Scream gets a little closer to its April 14th release date, and Moviefone knows that you're jonesing for a fix of promotional material, so they've debuted the latest poster for Scream 4. The image combines two simple objects in such a way that, if you consider the practical implications, would result in the best defeat of a Ghostface killer in franchise history. Give the poster a gander.
Neil Patrick Harris has proven to be a superb actor, underrated comedian, fine dancer, and he can even sing. Plus the guy was a doctor when he was like 8, come on, the man’s done it all!
Well, all but direct that is, which is all about to change.
Synopsis: Based on the controversial Nick McDonell novel, TWELVE follows high school dropout turned successful drug dealer White Mike (Chace Crawford) in New York's Upper East Side. Business is booming when all of the kids are home from boarding school and everyone has money to blow. Mike leads a double life, concealing the truth from his childhood friend Molly (Emma Roberts) while his supplier Lionel (Curtis Jackson) pulls Mike further into the world of the Manhattan drug trade. Mike’s two lives begin to collide when his cousin is brutally murdered on an East Harlem playground and a new drug, twelve, emerges as the recreational drug of choice.On the Upper East Side, it’s not about what you need; it’s all about want.
Synopsis: In this New York City-set comedy-drama, 16-year-old Craig (Keir Gilchrist of “United States of Tara”), stressed out from the demands of being a teenager, checks himself into a mental health clinic. There he learns that the youth ward is closed – and finds himself stuck in the adult ward. One of the patients, Bobby (Zach Galifianakis of "The Hangover"), soon becomes both Craig’s mentor and protégé. Craig is also drawn to another 16-year-old, Noelle (Emma Roberts of "Valentine’s Day"). With a minimum five days’ stay imposed on him, Craig is sustained by friendships on both the inside and the outside as he learns more about life, love, and the pressures of growing up.
There has been a lot of talk about Twelve staring Chace Crawford and Emma Roberts. The film, directed by Joel Schumacher, is getting some positive word of mouth and looks to give Crawford a chance to shine.
Based on the controversial Nick McDonell novel, TWELVE follows high school dropout turned successful drug dealer White Mike (Chace Crawford) in New York's Upper East Side. Business is booming when all of the kids are home from boarding school and everyone has money to blow. Mike leads a double life, concealing the truth from his childhood friend Molly (Emma Roberts) while his supplier Lionel (Curtis Jackson) pulls Mike further into the world of the Manhattan drug trade. Mike’s two lives begin to collide when his cousin is brutally murdered on an East Harlem playground and a new drug, twelve, emerges as the recreational drug of choice.
The premise sounds promising and it also features Curtis Jackson, aka 50 Cent. This looks like it could be a powerful little flick, and a little something different than your typical summer blockbuster. If they can get the “Gossip Girl” fans to see Chace Crawford in an entirely different role on August 6, they may have a winner here.
Do you like scary movies? Be careful how you answer that, you may suffer the fate that Casey (Drew Barrymore) did in the original horror hit. But if you ask Lauren Graham of "Gilmore Girls", you would probably hear a resounding yes. As it seems the lovely Ms. Graham has now been cast in Scream 4. Originally reported in Ghouls on Film and recently confirmed with her appearance on Jay Leno, she will be playing mom to Emma Roberts in the new horror flick.
“I’m really excited to be in Scream 4, and I play Emma Roberts mom, and that’s all I know… ‘cause it’s that scary!” she explained to Leno. She also added that she accepted a role without even reading the script (see all she had to say about it here). What makes me entirely too happy about this news is how darned thrilled she is talking about participating in the latest ‘Ghostface’ flick. I wish all actors were this eager about doing horror. And I hope that her energy will bring new life to the franchise.