November 2011 Archives
George Clooney deserves an Oscar for his work on The Descendants. But, that is not even the best part: The film is so pitch perfect it reminds us why we go to the movies.
Top 10 Movie Vampires: Does Breaking Dawn's Edward Make the List?
With the arrival of Breaking Dawn, we look back at the Top 10 Movie Vampires of all time. From Tom Cruise's Lestat to Bela Lugosi's Dracula, we celebrate the movie characters who put a bite into the movie going experience.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: One New Still!
A new still has been released from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. It shows Rooney Mara in all her Lisbeth glory.
Happy Feet 2 Movie Review: A Dance & Song Sensation
Happy Feet 2 is a joy on so many levels. The acting, singing and dancing of the animated penguins and the other arctic creatures are a pleasure to behold.
Miss Piggy, Kermit and Walter Take Movie Fanatic Inside The Muppets
The Muppets stars, Miss Piggy and Kermit, talk about the making of their new movie with Jason Segel. Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy dish their celebrity relationship and how it plays onscreen in The Muppets.
The Vow Trailer: Nicholas Sparks' Latest Romance
The latest film from the mind of romance writer Nicholas Sparks has arrived. The Vow stars Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum and its trailer has premiered.
Snow White and the Huntsman Character Posters: The Fairest Is?
Three new character posters for Snow White and the Huntsman have premiered. Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth all dazzle.
Hank Azaria, Common and Elijah Wood Talk Happy Feet 2: Now We Dance
Happy Feet 2 cast members Elijah Wood, Common and Hank Azaria take us to the Arctic for another round of Happy Feet. The guys dish making the sequel to our favorite animated penguin movie.
New Breaking Dawn Clip: Hurt My Family
A new Breaking Dawn clip has arrived called Hurt My Family. It features Edward (Robert Pattinson) ready for action against the Wolf Pack.
Brave Trailer: Pixar Heads to the Highlands!
The latest trailer for Brave is here and Pixar is taking audiences to the Highlands of Scotland. The film follows Merida (Kelly Macdonald), a princess with a tendency to take tradition and turn it on its head.