Wednesday, August 1, 2012

"THE BIG WEDDING" TRAILER WITH ROBERT DE NIRO, DIANE KEATON, KATHERINE HEIGL, ROBIN WILLIAMS, TOPHER GRACE! AIDAN TURNER IN "THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS"! NEW "MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE"! "THE HOBBIT" GETS 3RD PART

 Another actor to  join the movie adaptation of fantasy saga THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS is Irish star Aidan Turner, from BEING HUMAN and THE HOBBIT. He will play Luke Garroway, the surrogate father to the protagonist Clary Fray (Lily Collins)a young woman who learns she comes from a long line of demon hunters. The cast also includes Kevin Durand and Lena Headey. And speaking of fantasy, "MovieWeb" reports that director Jon M.Chu (GI JOE: RETALIATION) is in talks to helm MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE. The story follows He-Man, the last hope for a magical world's survival against the evil Skeletor.

HOLLYWOOD SPY HEADLINES
By now, you've probably heard the big news: Peter Jackson and Warner Bros. have officially announced that THE HOBBIT will get the third film as well, not just two. The third part will draw its story from
 the related material in the appendices of "The Lord of the Rings", and will help telling the full story of the adventures of Bilbo Baggins and the part he played in the sometimes dangerous, but at all times exciting, history of Middle-earth. The producers were apparently amazed by the early material from the first two films, which will hit cinemas December 2012 and 2013, and decided that the characters and the performances were amazing enough for the saga to have the third part as well. Meanwhile, stunning Rachel Nichols (CONAN THE BARBARIAN, GI JOE) has joined THE TEN O'CLOCK, a movie adaptation of Stephen King's story about a Boston man (Justin Long), who, while trying to quit smoking, makes the terrifying discovery that many authority figures are actually monsters, hiding in plain sight. Rachel Nichols will play a woman who can also see these creatures.

THE BIG WEDDING
Now here's the first trailer for a film with an extremely stellar cast opening in cinemas this October. With an all-star cast lead by Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro, Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams, Katherine Heigl, 
Amanda Seyfried, Ben Barnes and Topher Grace, THE BIG WEDDING is an uproarious romantic comedy about a charmingly modern family trying to survive a weekend wedding celebration that has the potential to become a full blown family fiasco. To the amusement of their adult children and friends, long divorced couple Don and Ellie Griffin (De Niro and Keaton) are once again forced to play the happy couple for the sake of their adopted son's wedding after his ultra conservative biological mother unexpectedly decides to fly halfway across the world to attend. With all of the wedding guests looking on, the Griffins are hilariously forced to confront their past, present and future - and hopefully avoid killing each other in the process.

51 comments:

  1. Dezzy - Oh, wow! "The Big Wedding" looks hilarious. =)

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  2. So we're getting a Hobbit Trilogy? Nice.

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  3. Ah, thank you so much for the Aidan Turner pic. :)) Now why don't you do a poll on sexiest vampire so I can see his picture in the sidebar every day, hmm??

    And you know I'll have to watch The Big Wedding just for the cast. Fun.

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    1. ah, we don't do vampires here, although we'd do him any time :)
      Lovely cast, isn't it? Robin Williams as the priest especially :)

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  4. Boo on the third part of the Hobbit. It's nothing but a money grab. What should have been done is "The Hobbit" being two films and then Jackson being given an open-ended green light to make movies out of all of the Silmarillion's material (a lifetime of work). There's so much good stuff there.

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    1. I've heard SILMARILLION is actually a horrid material, that's what most experts say.

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    2. agree with you, Dezmond!
      honesty, even I've read the Silmarillion a long long time ago, I'm sure that it's not a book for doing a movie!

      a link to an excellent Tolkien's site:
      The One Ring.net (a new about the third film):
      http://www.theonering.net/torwp/2012/07/30/59780-peter-jackson-confirms-third-film/

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    3. yep, Samwise, I remember that you also told me it was a book difficult for movie adaptation.

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  5. "The Hobbit"= 3 movies!!!!
    ridiculous! P.J."$" has found the good vein in Gold Rush Station !
    when I know that he will miss a lot of parts of the (small!) book, with what could he do 3 movies???
    I suppose that he will find some new chapters....
    or maybe (and that's will be better!) he will add a link between the "HOBBIT" and LOTR...
    wait and see!
    but I'm sceptical !

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    1. we shall have to wait and see, hope the film will be in the vein of LOTR quality not of Jackson's KING KONG quality which was really bad.

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  6. The cast of the Big Wedding looks awesome, except for Katherine Heigl who, in my opinion, looks like a bug. UGH!!!!

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    1. yep, for some reason a lot of people don't like her

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  7. I find the trailer so funny...ha..ha...

    I am curious about the Hobbit..but I hope its not stretched out that it loses its lustre ~

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  8. If you post pics of Rachel Nichols boobies, people are sure to cum...errrr...I mean come!

    He Man was one of my favorite cartoons as a kid. I wonder how the movie will be?

    And any movie with Robert De Niro has to be good!

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    1. one of my posts featuring lots of her hot pics is still one of my most visited ones :)
      I wonder who will play He Man...

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  9. I'm super excited for The Hobbit because my biggest girl crush is in it. I am in loovvvee with Evangeline Lilly~~~ :)

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    1. I'm not sure if she appears in the first part or only in the second one....

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  10. the big wedding look interesting for the lovely couple

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    1. yep, it should be a nice movie....

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  11. Good cast, good trailer but good movie? We'll see.

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  12. I do so hope the trilogy with the Hobbit is a good idea. Really if they had told the story in full from the book, they would have had a trilogy with just that. But Jackson has done such a stellar job so far, I'm willing to put some faith in him.


    The Big Wedding looks like a good one to me. Stellar cast and humor. Great combination.

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    1. yep, we shall trust him having in mind the job he did with LOTR.

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  13. Anything with Aiden is a must watch for me. I just adore him.

    The Big Wedding looks hilarious and I can't wait to see it.

    BTW, your comment on my blog was really funny. I laughed so hard and I needed that yesterday, so thank you, sweetie.

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    1. Glad to have made you laugh a bit :)

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  14. Wow, The Big Wedding has an all star cast. All I could think when I saw the picture of Rachel Nicole and the that she was playing a part in a horror film was that she's the one running around, half dressed, screaming. Then I realized it was Stephen King, not an 80's slasher film, so there is hope.

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    1. LOL, Rachel is actually a very nice actress, and very charismatic, she's headlining her own sf show currently, which I will write about soon :)

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    2. I love SF, so I look forward to your report.

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    3. it will probably happen this week, methinks.

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  15. wait so a 3 part movie of the hobbit?

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  16. The Big Wedding looks hilarious! I can't wait to see that one! I love Robert DeNiro and Robin Williams - and the two of them together are going to be great.

    The Ten O'Clock People was a good short story and it's connected to The Dark Tower...have you heard anything else about that movie Dezz? I'm anxious for that HBO series!!

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    1. we do adore Robin Williams :)
      No, info on DARK TOWER, methinks it's in status hiatus for now....

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    2. Drats =(

      I was hoping for some top secret info on Dark Tower. If anyone can get, it's you Dezzy!!

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    3. can't invent info when there's none :)

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  17. I should be ashamed of myself, Dezzz. I've had this special edition of the Hobbit forever, but I haven't even begun to read a single sentence. Well, except for the first one that everyone knows, of course. I was a bit surprised to read there's gonna be a third movie, but who knows, right?

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    1. what's the first sentence, I don't know about it?

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    2. " In a hole in a ground, lived a Hobbit."
      a great sentence! I love it!

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    3. Cute? It's serious literature! Okay, it's for kids. BUT STILL!

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  18. THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS just keeps getting better and better.

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    1. wish it didn't have that horrid actor in the lead male role :(

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  19. Why is Aidan Turner always refered to as British,
    he's Irish!

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    1. ups, my fault, I've immediately corrected the horrid mistake!

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  20. I might rent The Big Wedding, looks entertaining enough. Plus there's Ben Barnes! ;)

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  21. oooo I'll definitely have to see The Big Wedding. Looks funny. And hello Prince Caspian!

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