I am not really sure exactly what type of storyline I expected but this is not exactly it. I guessed the ending, well part of the ending. Was not really expecting the very ending which was on, but again as you were watching it became obvious what was going to happen.
Mmmm Zac in a sexy thriller . . . I very much like the sound of that !!!!
Zac Efron is keen to leave his teen idol image behind – he has signed on to star in a “sexy thriller” from the writer of The Thomas Crown Affair.
Efron, who has built up a huge teenage fanbase after starring in Disney hit High School Musical, is looking to move into a lead role with a more mature edge.
And he is starting his transformation into a serious Hollywood actor by appearing in the next film by writer/producer Leslie Dixon.
But the star won’t feel too out of place in Dixon’s movie – the pair worked together on Hairspray, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
OMG yes please, Michelle was just fantastic as Catwoman in “Batman Returns” so to see her again as Catwoman in a Batman movie would just be amazing !!!
Michelle Pfeiffer is calling on Batman Begins director Christopher Nolan to let her reprise her role as Catwoman in the Caped Crusader’s next movie outing.
Pfeiffer played the feline superhero in 1992 movie Batman Returns.
She handed the role over to Halle Berry in time for a 2004 spin-off – but admits she’d love to reclaim the leather catsuit and join Christian Bale’s Batman in a future film.
Pfeiffer tells Moviefone, “It would be really fun. I don’t think that’s going to happen. I think they like to get a new face for the different characters, and I understand it. But yeah, that was really fun. I had a good time.”
So far that makes two of my favorites getting a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Those two being Bryan Adams and Colin Firth.
Andrea Bocelli and actors Russell Crowe, Colin Firth and John Cusack have been added to the list of celebrities set for stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2010 – the 50th year of the famous stretch of Tinseltown real estate.
They will be joined by director James Cameron, actress Emma Thompson, Julia Louis-Dreyfuss and previously announced honourees Bryan Adams, Ringo Starr, Chaka Khan, Roy Orbison and Zz Top.
Starr’s honour will come almost a year after his late former bandmate George Harrison’s star was unveiled. Both plaques and the Beatles’ star will sit outside Hollywood’s Capitol Records building – the Fab Four’s former U.S. home.
Wow, I think this is a big shock that it is changing to 10. But so good at the same time, the fact that now a more wide range of movies will be nominated and will possibly make it harder to guess what will win the best picture. Bring on the 2010 Oscars !!!
The organisers of the Oscars have doubled up the Best Film category for next year’s Academy Awards.
Ten movies will be shortlisted for the big prize at the 82nd Oscars in March.
Explaining the shift, Academy Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President Sid Ganis says, “After more than six decades, the Academy is returning to some of its earlier roots, when a wider field competed for the top award of the year.
“The final outcome, of course, will be the same – one Best Picture winner – but the race to the finish line will feature 10, not just five, great movies from 2009.”
An average of 10 films competed annually for the top prize for the first 16 years of the Oscars and the last classic to win gold after beating out nine other movies was Casablanca in 1943.
Ganis adds, “Having 10 Best Picture nominees is going allow Academy voters to recognise and include some of the fantastic movies that often show up in the other Oscar categories, but have been squeezed out of the race for the top prize.”
This sounds like a James Bond movie by the title and the poster looks fantastic a gun/ Effiel Tower is just a great image to have on it. Loving it already and to make it even better Jonathan Rhys Meyers is in it too.
On a side note I have put 2009 because that is what IMBd has it down as even though the release date is set for Feb 2010.