Harry Potter mania headed stateside last night for the NYC premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
Arthur (Brand) is a loveable billionaire who after many different antics must now marry a woman he hates in order to keep the family fortune he has grown so fond of spending.
Tonight sees the much anticipated launch of Sky Atlantic HD and the premiere of Boardwalk Empire in the UK. A show that we have heard so much about over the past few months and I am really looking forward to it. Another show on tonight is Blue Bloods, I have already set both of them to record on Sky+
A Manhattanite book editor Brett (Gellar) finds her take on the game of romance changed after she lures the attention of an influential older man, Archie (Baldwin). This romantic comedy has more to it than first meets the eye.
The first poster has been released for the new Smurfs film which is going to be coming out next year.
This film seems to have sat on the shelf for some time now and I am very happy to say it eventually was released a week ago in the UK. I am a massive fan of Catherine Zeta Jones and thought this role looked totally different to what we are used to from her.
A romantic drama centered on two new lovers: Tyler (Robert Pattinson), whose parents have split in the wake of his brother’s suicide, and Ally (Emilie de Ravin), who lives each day to the fullest since witnessing her mother’s murder. A film focused on many different types of relationships and how important they are in everyday life.
In New York City, an estranged couple who witness a murder are relocated to small-town Wyoming as part of a witness-protection program.
I cannot believe that I have been slipping so much over the holiday period to actually miss the first trailer which has been released for SATC2. Not really much shown in the trailer expect for some of the outfit’s and nice shots of Manhattan. But as you may already know I am a massive SATC fan so anything thats released for the movie is very good in my world. So here is the trailer:
This time Kevin does not get left behind . . . he gets on the wrong flight instead. Heading for a family Christmas in Florida, Kevin ends up in the opposite direction New York City. With his dad’s credit cards and money in tow, his first stop is the Plaza hotel!
A Christmas time comedy, which is actually really funny . . . but has plenty of Christmas Spirit reminding us the whole point of this holiday. We follow Buddy the Elf who is actually human, on a quest to find his real father, who just happens to live in New York City.
What would happen if a Disney fairytale of Prince and Princess finding each other and living happily ever after, ended up in Manhattan, New York City . . . well we find out in Enchanted. Giselle (Amy Adams) just finds her Prince, Edward (James Marsden) in typical Disney fashion they are about to get married. But a wicked old woman pushes Giselle into a well, and she is transported to NYC.
SATC is my favorite EVER TV Show. I have seen every episode so many times, have the shoebox box set of the whole series. So when they announced that the movie was going to made. I was so happy about it, I even went to see it twice in the cinema when it first came out last year. Then when I went to NYC last year I was in heaven in the HBO shop buying lots of SATC merchandise.
Another new type of post that I am going to start doing is looking at different locations to see which movies are set in this location and how popular it is in terms of movies. Plus different events which occur in this movies.
So far the list of locations is:
- New York City
- Las Vegas
Again any suggestions are appreciated
So yesterday I went on a nice day trip to New York. I went to see Wicked on Broadway and was incredible, I had the best seat 10 rows from the front and right in the centre.
I also went up the Empire State Building as it was a lovely day (plus I love that because of An Affair to Remember).
Also took random pictures of shops because of SATC haha.
Will post some pictures soon !!!
I know its not movies . . . but I love Broadway.
2009 Tony Award Nominations are :
Billy Elliot, The Musical is leading the way at this year’s Tony Awards after scooping 15 nominations – tying with The Producers for the most nominations ever garnered by one show.
The production, based on the 2000 film about a coal miner’s son who dreams of becoming a ballet dancer, will go up against Next To Normal, Shrek The Musical and Rock Of Ages in the coveted Best Musical category at the 63rd annual prizegiving, which honours the best on Broadway.
Sir Elton John, who has been nominated for the show’s original score, says of the nomination: “It’s been an amazing experience. It’s made an incredible impact on my life.”
The drama 33 Variations was nominated for Best Play, competing against God of Carnage, Dividing the Estate and Reasons to be Pretty.
Meanwhile, Hollywood actors James Gandolfini and Jeff Daniels, who both star in God Of Carnage, have been pitted against each other for the Leading Actor In A Play award.
Their co-stars Marcia Gay Harden and Hope Davis will battle it out in the Leading Actress In A Play category, which also includes veteran actress Jane Fonda for her role as a dying musicologist in 33 Variations.
The winners will be announced on 7 June at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
The main list of nominees is as follows:
Dividing the Estate – Horton Foote
God of Carnage – Yasmina Reza
Reasons to be Pretty – Neil Labute
33 Variations – Moises Kaufman
Next to Normal
Rock of Ages
Shrek the Musical
Leading Actor in a Play:
Jeff Daniels – God of Carnage
Raul Esparza – Speed-the-Plow
James Gandolfini – God of Carnage
Geoffrey Rush – Exit the King
Thomas Sadoski – Reasons to be Pretty
Leading Actress in a Play:
Hope Davis – God of Carnage
Jane Fonda – 33 Variations
Marsha Gay Harden – God of Carnage
Janet McTeer – Mary Stuart
Harriet Walter – Mary Stuart
Leading Actor in a Musical:
David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik, Kiril Kulish – Billy Elliot
Gavin Creel – Hair
Brian d’Arcy James – Shrek the Musical
Constantine Maroulis – Rock of Ages
J. Robert Spencer – Next to Normal
Leading Actress in a Musical:
Stockard Channing – Pal Joey
Sutton Foster – Shrek the Musical
Allison Janney – 9 to 5
Alice Ripley – Next to Normal
Josefina Scaglione – West Side Story
Next to Normal
9 to 5
Shrek the Musical.