A new movie still has been released for the upcoming film Lovelace, starring Amanda Seyfried as X-rated film star Linda Lovelace. Photo credit: Dale Robinette Lovelace helped popularize X-rated movies with her starring role in the 1972 film Deep Throat.
Little Birds is a tragic tale in which the poor stay poor, government stays out of the business of welfare, and a legitimate rape at the film’s climax does not lead to pregnancy. What a perfect film to accompany this week’s GOP convention! Too bad it’s a morbid bore that never soars high above its bleak landscape.
Angelina Jolie, 37, is part of an acting legacy, being the daughter of Jon Voight and Marcheline Bertrand, and she's not about to let her brood of kids get away without spending some time in the limelight, so be on the lookout: the upcoming generation of stars could include one Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, 4, who will play the child version of Princess Aurora (the older Aurora being Elle Fanning) opposite mom Jolie in 2014's Maleficent, a retelling of the Sleeping Beauty fairy tale from the perspective of the evil queen.
The sight of a bloody, bashed-up Gina Gershon on her knees being forced to fellate a KFC drumstick protruding from Matthew McConaughey’s crotch will likely be one of the more indelible cinematic images of 2012.
Indie film Killer Joe, starring Matthew McConaughey, has lost its appeal to the MPAA after receiving a rating of NC-17 for scenes involving drug use, nudity, violence and graphic sexuality, according to EW.
More than two dozen stabs at a cinematic translation of Alexandre Dumas' epic saga of swashbuckling romance and intense camaraderie exist on record, some dating back as early as turn-of-the-century.
When it comes to comedy, the process really is ninety-nine percent perspiration. Airplane! for example went through an extensive screening process that saw Jim Abrahams and the Zucker Brothers relentlessly scrutinize the film, removing jokes that fell flat and re-inserting new ones, resulting in a film many consider the greatest comedy of all time.