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This week: See the beauty of a magical miniature world in the animated family film "Epic," which features the voices of Colin Farrell, Beyonce Knowles and many more.
Also new this week is this year's Best Foreign Language Film, "Amour"; Robert De Niro and John Travolta going mano a mano in "Killing Season"; and "Scary MoVie," the latest sequel in the unkillable horror spoof series. Get More »
With soccer moms now taking pole dancing aerobics at the Y, it’s safe to say that stripping (not to mention its costumed cousin, burlesque) has seduced mainstream America ... for better or worse.
However, for every relatively whimsical look at the profession ("The Full Monty," "Sin City"), there seems to be at least two darker examinations. In the case of "About Cherry," sometimes working in a strip club can lead to stripping (and doing other stuff) on a porn set. But then there's Jennifer Aniston in "We're the Millers" and ... well, that's just all sorts of hot n' hilarious. Get More »
Talk about "The Canyons," Paul Schrader's new film starring Lindsay Lohan and porn star James Deen, has been nearly unavoidable, even though you'd be hard pressed to find the movie on a big screen. (It debuted on VOD and in select theaters in New York last week, and opens in Los Angeles this weekend.) Almost as controversial as the sex and violence-filled unrated film itself is its screenwriter, Bret Easton Ellis.
Perhaps equally known for his writing ("American Psycho") and his penchant for inflammatory remarks (remember when he said that "Zero Dark Thirty" was receiving attention just because director Kathryn Bigelow was a "very hot woman"?), Ellis, 49, has staked out what seems to be a permanent corner of the spotlight on literary terrain.
NextMovie called up Ellis this week to talk about paranoia, Lindsay Lohan and whether "The Canyons" is feminist. Get More »
From the initial Kickstarter campaign launched by scribe Bret Easton Ellis and director Paul Schrader to the bizarre, somewhat sad, incredibly well-written profile of the film's troubles in New York Times Magazine, I've been compelled by what "The Canyons" might turn out to be off and on for the past year. Could the long-maligned Schrader, who once upon a time wrote "Taxi Driver" and "Raging Bull," score an unlikely directing comeback? Could teen mom special friend James Deen make the transition from porn star to legitimate actor? Get More »
What makes a Hollywood face "scary"?
The ways to get on the following list are indeed diverse. You could have made an entire career off of having a naturally horrifying face (reluctantly looking at you, Mr. Englund). You could have a nightmare-inducing mugshot floating on the internet forever (hi, Mr. Nolte). You could even have a relatively friendly face that still is kind of ... well ... noteworthy (Buscemi). One thing's for sure: Each and every person on this list is beautiful on the inside, and that's all that matters.
Having said that, let's talk about how scary their faces are. Look within.
There are worse jobs in the world than being an artist's muse. Sure, the job description is a little vague — be inspiring, possibly while also acting really mysterious — but on the other hand, you also get interesting benefits like becoming immortalized on film. Try getting that next time you interview to become a Wal-Mart greeter.
So yeah, being a muse is cool, which may explain why Coming Soon is reporting that Emma Stone is currently in talks to work alongside one of cinema's most legendary muse-icians, Woody Allen. Get More »
It's come to this. The two most public figures of hedonistic excess and hurricane-level character destruction, meeting at last to decide who will have the better future film career based solely on their past shenanigans.
They appear together in the fifth installment of the "Scary Movie" franchise, debuting this Friday, and by all accounts, their time on set together was nothing but peaceful. But that ends today, folks. It ends now.
We should've seen this coming.
Porn star James Deen, who took his first dive into acting on the shallow end of the ratings alphabet opposite Lindsay Lohan for "The Canyons," has now reportedly been offered the chance to play his own character in an upcoming X-rated parody of the film. Not only that, but he's also been given a chance to take the director's chair for the movie.
A moment to process? Sure. Get More »
When it comes to Lindsay Lohan, there's no denying that the career damage has long been done, and that New York Times exposé of all her rampant hissy fits on the set of "The Canyons" only served to justify the world's vitriol — and pity — for her self-destructive ways.
Porn star-turned-actor James Deen, whose victimization at the hands of Lohan has been well-documented, has spoken up to admit he pretty much agrees she's intolerable and horrible to work with, but he also maintained that deep, deep down — we're talkin' Mariana's Trench here — her intentions are, well, "fine." Get More »