The movie trailer for Nim’s Island, the new family adventure comedy from Fox-Walden, is now online. Based on the popular novel by Wendy Orr and Kerry Millard, about a young girl named Nim (Abigail Breslin) who lives on an isolated island with her scientist father. When the father goes missing, Nim requests the help of a reclusive author (Jodie Foster) of the novel she’s reading. And Gerard Butler plays Alex Rover, the fictional hero from her novels.
I think I might be out of the age range and demographic on this one. It has a good cast, and doesn’t look as bad as most kid-targeted movies. It seems like something that you could sit through and enjoy if you had kids to entertain. I’m just not sure I’d ever be interested in this film on my own. Watch the trailer below, and as always, tell me what you think – Comment Now.
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The international movie trailer for Definitely, Maybe has hit the interwebs. I know, it’s another romantic comedy… But this one has a cast that has gotten my attention. With Rachel Weisz, Elizabeth Banks and Isla Fisher as the three romantic leads, at least you’ll have something to look at. And with Little Miss Sunshine‘s Abigail Breslin at least the little kid cute factor is turned up to 10. Kevin Kline and Derek Luke also star. And Requiem for a Dream composer Clint Mansell did the score (let’s hope it’s not that cheesy sentimental music bed in the background of the trailer).
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Definitely, Maybe stars Ryan Reynolds as Will Hayes, a 30-something Manhattan dad, is in the midst of a divorce when his 10-year-old daughter, Maya, starts to question him about his life before marriage. His story begins in 1992, as a 24 year-old starry-eyed aspiring politician who moves from Wisconsin to New York to work on the presidential campaign. Will relives his career ups and downs and personal trials and tribulations as he tells Maya about his three most meaningful relationships. As Maya attempts to figure out which of the women became her mother she begins to understand the complexity of love and Will realizes that it’s never too late to go back.
Listen, I’m not saying that Definitely, Maybe will be a good movie, but it has the chance to be definitely maybe okay. And your girlfriend will probably eat it up.
What if Disney decided to produce live action remakes of their animated classics with top Hollywood stars? How about Rachel Weisz as Snow White? Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella? BeyoncÃ© as Alice in Wonderland? Don’t get worried yet Disney fanatics, these photos are not part of a feature film production, but instead Photographer Annie Leibovit’s Disney Dream Portrait Series which will star appearing in magazines in November. Check out some of the photos below. Click on the photos to enlarge.
Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella
Roger Federer as King Arthur
Julie Andrews as the Blue Fairy from Disney’s Pinocchio with her apprentice fairy, Little Miss Sunshine star Abigail Breslin
Beyonce as Alice from Alice in Wonderland, Oliver Platt as the Mad Hatter and Lyle Lovett as the March Hare.
David Beckham as Prince Phillip from Sleeping Beauty
Warner Bros sent over 20 new production photos from No Reservations (Movie Trailer), the by the book dramatic crisis romantic comedy, complete with the overtly cute little kid (who you might reccognize as Abigail Breslin from Little Miss Sunshine). We’re not really too interested in this one, but since we have the photos, I may as well post them (and heck, some of our female readers might be interested). Check out the photos and official plot synopsis after the jump. As always, left click to enlarge the photos.
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No Reservations looks like the by the book dramatic crisis romantic comedy, complete with a cute little kid (who you might reccognize as Abigail Breslin from Little Miss Sunshine). And because you’re just dying to see it, we have the movie trailer.
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Random Notes from the Editor:
Errol Morris’ short film which opened the Academy Awards show was fantastic. If you didn’t see it, you can check out the video at Oscar.com.
Ellen DeGeneres is not funny (with exception of the Jennifer Hudson/Al Gore joke, but I have a feeling someone probably wrote that for her).
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