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Archives for January 2006

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January 1st

First Full-Length Trailer for THE DA VINCI CODE

With exactly 5 months and 19 days until its' release on May 19th, here's the next step in what's bound to be a PR juggernaut for THE DA VINCI CODE.

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Check It Out: Teaser Trailer for SUPERMAN RETURNS

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's the teaser trailer for SUPERMAN RETURNS. Catch a glimpse of Lois Lane and the Man of Steel himself, but no sight of Lex Luthor yet. But is that the trademark black curly forelock? Why, yes it is.

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January 5th

Jon Stewart Loves Oscar!

Daily Show fans rejoice: Jon Stewart has been picked to host the Oscars this year! CBS News reports that the fake-news anchor has agreed to helm the awards ceremony. I think we can count on this being one of the most fun Oscar broadcasts ever. Last year, the honors went to Chris Rock. They say Chris Rock's controversial, but my Mom loves him. My Mom is cool, though.

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A Man in Black Visits Folsom Prison

Accepting an invitation from a prison chaplain, Joaquin Phoenix visited Folsom Prison this week to screen WALK THE LINE for inmates and perform four Johnny Cash songs. Read this New York Times article for details.

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January 7th

Oh la la!

C'est le teaser for MARIE ANTOINETTE, Sofia Coppola's much anticipated follow-up to LOST IN TRANSLATION, which stars Kirsten Dunst as the queen famous both for her love of cake and close relationship with a guillotine. That's really Versailles and that's really New Order playing over the lush shots.

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Wait a second...

Could AMERICAN DREAMZ be making fun of "American Idol"? And could that Cheeto-munching president be a little dig at Bush? Nah. But I loved ABOUT A BOY, the Weitz brothers movie with Hugh Grant playing a jerk, so this looks pretty promising.

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January 10th

And the critics are saying...

Oscar nominations are approaching! They'll be announced at the end of the month. Until then, see how your picks line up with those of different critics groups. Here's the latest tally from Entertainment Weekly.

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Trailer for FLIGHT 93

Director Paul Greengrass (BLOODY SUNDAY, THE BOURNE SUPREMACY) will have made the first studio film about September 11, 2001, when his film FLIGHT 93 opens this April. This trailer provides a bare glimpse of what he has in store for viewers. Personally, I had a difficult time watching this trailer. What do you think, readers: is it too early for movies about 9/11?

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January 17th

BROKEBACK Gets Top Honors at Golden Globes

Last night, the Golden Globes recognized many of this year's smaller, independent films, including BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, THE CONSTANT GARDENER, and SYRIANA. For a recap of who went home with a statuette, read this from the New York Times.

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January 20th

Virginia Madsen Up for Role Opposite Jim Carrey

Virginia Madsen, an Oscar nominee last year for SIDEWAYS, is currently in talks to star opposite Jim Carrey as his wife in THE NUMBER 23, a thriller directed by Joel Schumacher. Carrey's character discovers a book that seems to eerily parallel his own life, and he grows more and more obsessed with the number 23. (This number fixation sounds a bit like "Lost," doesn't it?) This story from Entertainment Weekly has more details.

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January 27th

Word From the Sundance Film Festival

New York Times film critic A.O. Scott reports from the snowy environs of Park City, Utah on the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. Hey, I even have a tangential connection to the party this year: Ellen Ripstein, a former co-worker of mine, is there because she's featured in Wordplay, a documentary on crossword puzzles. Ellen is basically the queen of the crossword puzzle word. Don't even try to challenge her.

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January 28th

More From Sundance

Hold on to your hats, because here's some shocking news. Apparently, movie studios want to make money. No! This article from the New York Times speculates that a new era of independent movies is opening up, this one focusing on small movies that make big bucks (think GARDEN STATE, SIDEWAYS, and MAD HOT BALLROOM).

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January 30th

Yowza -- It's a Bettie Page Biopic

Starring Gretchen Moll as the lady herself, THE NOTORIOUS BETTIE PAGE shows us the woman behind the 1950s pin-up queen. This trailer makes it look like a fun, nicely sexy little caper with some S&M thrown in.

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The Razzies Love Tom Cruise

In an announcement that will surprise no one, The Razzies named Tom Cruise as a contender in their "worst actor" category today for his performance in WAR OF THE WORLDS. The lucky guy received a second nod in a new category about crazy celebrity behavior for his "relationship" with Katie Holmes. For a list of more nominees, read this story from Entertainment Weekly. And for a refreshing look back on Tom's summer of insanity, check out this montage from his infamous Oprah appearance.

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Winners at the SAG Awards

The Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday honored CAPOTE, WALK THE LINE, CRASH, and THE CONSTANT GARDENER, but sent critical darling BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN home empty handed. And the Oscar nominations come out on Tuesday. Oh the tension! Here's a list of who won what at the SAG Awards to tide you over for the remaining hours.

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January 31st

And the Nominees Are...

Start looking over the ballot for your Oscar pool: the nominations are in.

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Mike Thomas Mike Thomas is a "child" of the Fifties with a respectable VHS and DVD inventory and watches movies on cable in lieu of reality shows and news programs. And I try to avoid anything from Entertainment Tonight.


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