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Jessica Chastain — you go, grrrl!
The Oscar-nominated star of "Zero Dark Thirty" trades her trademark red mane for a short jet-black 'do (complete with accompanying tattoos) for her goth punk turn in "Mama," the Guillermo del Toro-produced frightfest about a rather, shall we say, over-protective ghost.
Jessica's new look has us wanting to start a band that only covers Sex Pistols songs ... and gather some pics of other hot punk rock chicks in flicks. Fight the power and get clickin' through our gallery.
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In Hollywood, hot young starlets are a dime a dozen. Notwithstanding the superficial appeal of their physical attributes, actresses often pour themselves into any movie for the exposure, inevitably rendering themselves irrelevant because they failed to find the right film to showcase their real talents.
Since her breakthrough role in "Superbad," Emma Stone has shrewdly distinguished herself as first among equals by choosing challenging films that took advantage of her charm and versatility. And while her star is still ascending via roles in terrific films like "Easy A," "Zombieland" and "The Help," not to mention potential blockbusters like "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "Gangster Squad," it remains fascinating to see who might next follow in her footsteps, distinguishing themselves from a deluge of beautiful faces to become something truly special.
We at NextMovie don't condone drinking to excess. No sir. Nuh-uh. Alcohol is bad, mmkay?
That said, while watching people get drunk in real life isn't always a barrel of laughs (ever been to a St. Patrick's Day parade?), watching people in movies get drunk can be downright hilarious.
They fall on their faces! They say and do crazy things! (Bless you, Will Ferrell, you are indeed going streaking.) They're far more entertaining -- and infinitely more clever -- than your buddy Joe after he's broken open a bottle of tequila. Get More »
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has announced nominees for its 22nd Annual Media Awards, which honor movies and TV shows (among a slew of other media properties) that offer fair and inclusive representations of the gay community.
Not surprisingly, "The Kids Are All Right" tops the list of film nominees. This quick-witted lesbian family drama has already snapped up the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, and looks like it's well on its way to pocketing some more major wins before awards season is through. Get More »
Could Scott Pilgrim win an Oscar for all his sweet video game graphics and epic battling techniques? He'll have to fight six other movies first.
The race to the Oscar for Best Visual Effects just got tighter as the Academy is now officially considering seven titles. Get More »
Let's face it: In Hollywood, it all comes down to money. Sure, we movie fans like to talk about the artistic merits of the form and debate important subjects like whether or not Harry Potter and his friends could beat Bella and her boys in a throwdown. But for the bigwigs in Tinseltown, the final score is counted out in cold hard cash.
Well, we can play that game too, mister! In our quest to explore every aspect of the last year in movies, we've taken a careful look at each ledger, tally sheet and budgetary report to come out of Hollywood. The result: our official review of the 10 biggest box office headlines of 2010. Get More »
Much of this past year was spent talking about the visual aspect of movies, what with the whole 3-D revolution (or plague, depending on your perspective) and the increased sophistication of CGI effects. But let's not forget the other half of the audio/visual equation.
There were plenty of musical moments to celebrate at the theater in 2010, and fans of film soundtracks had plenty to hang their hats on.
Here are our picks for the best of the bunch, and whether your tastes run to hip-hop, rock, or just a big, ol' "BONNNNNG" sound, there's something here for your ears. Get More »
Full disclosure: I didn't see every movie that came out this year -- or even every movie that sent critics grabbing for their Blackberries during closing credits to tweet the words "Oscar contender," "performance of the year," and/or "ZOMG ur gonna freak."
I was sick the day of the "127 Hours" advance screening, and if I'm being totally honest, a little sick every time I thought of seeing it -- and James Franco's arm... and James Franco's NO ARM -- when it finally landed in theaters.
What can I say? I love critically acclaimed films, but I'm also a giant baby. Get More »
Twas a year in which sequels ("Toy Story 3," Iron Man 2"), "originals" ("Inception," "Despicable Me") and movies somewhere in between ("Alice in Wonderland") dominated the box office side-by-side.
But what movies ranked highest where it matters most (you know… in our hearts)?
From thrilling new installments in the behemoth "Twilight" and "Harry Potter" franchises to fascinating prestige films that mined gold from surprising sources like Facebook and ballet, here are our picks for the very best of the best of 2010. Get More »
We usually don't put out news articles aimed at individual people, but today we had to make an exception. So if you happen to be reading this, Knives Chau, we just wanted you to know that the new indie band Mister Heavenly is about to go on tour -- and you really, really don't want to miss the performance by the bassist.
Actually, that's true of anyone else reading this as well, even if you aren't a fictional character from "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" like Knives Chau. That's because life has once again begun imitating art, as "Scott Pilgrim" lead Michael Cera, who frontlined that film's rock band The Sex Bob-ombs, has decided to pick up his four-string in real life as bass player for the new supergroup Mister Heavenly. Get More »