It’s difficult for me to get very excited for a new Paul Haggis directorial project. The stain of Crash stays with me. But The Next Three Days could be interesting. It’s a remake of a 2008 French film Pour Elle by Fred Cavaye about a couple that has some problems when the woman is imprisoned for a murder she says she didn’t commit. Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks are the headliners, but three more have just been added to the cast. Read More »
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“Thought you said this place had Pac Man.”
Robert De Niro saying the word “respect” in a voice-over. Check. The Rolling Stones doing a retake of their “Sympathy for the Devil.” Check. Al Pacino squatting over a crime scene in sunglasses. Check. Rapper 50 Cent closing his cell phone. Check. Wait, what? The director behind Al Pacino’s first direct-to-DVD movie. Check. Wait, c’mon. Carla Gugino showing a little skin. Check. Wait, okay, free to go. Lots of guns being fired. Check. Shot of Al Pacino in the club. Check. The trailer for Righteous Kill. [Hunter is indifferent and went to get a Pabst Blue Ribbon.]
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Righteous Kill, starring Al Pacino and Robert De Niro, hits theaters on September 12th, 2008.
Discuss: What do you think of the new Righteous Kill Movie Trailer?
Update: Click Here to watch the movie trailer forÂ Righteous Kill.
Empire has the some new photos from Jon Avnet’s Righteous Kill, which stars Al Pacino and Robert De Niro (in their first team-up since Heat) as two Veteran New York City Detectives hunt a vigilante who may be one of their own. Donnie Wahlberg, Brian Dennehy, Carla Gugino, 50 Cent and John Leguizamo also star. It was originally rumored that directing legend Martin Scorsese would be in the film, but that is actually untrue (Dennehy plays the role that Scorsese likely would have played). If the photo above looks familuar, it might be that a simular image was seen in Heat (seen below).
The photo to the right was published in Time Magazine. Righteous Kill will hit theaters in 2008.
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Disney has released a bunch of new character stills from Pixar’s presentation of Ratatouille. Check them out below:
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We didn’t post this last week when it leaked on to YouTube, but now that the official Japanese Ratatouille Movie Trailer is now live on Disney.co.jp in Quicktime, what’s to stop us? And we also have a new unreleased Ratatouille photo still and updated plot synopsis.
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