We've been excited for Hugh Jackman's next go as Wolverine in the aptly titled The Wolverine for a long time now. We were especially excited when Darren Aronofsky was attached to direct.
Sadly, he isn't anymore. That doesn't mean we've lost hope, though, as James Mangold has stepped in to helm the Wolvering-in-Japan flick! Plus, Hugh Jackman is gorgeously ripped. Need we say more??
We've heard that this movie takes place after the events in the X-Men trilogy, but we've also heard there are flashback scenarios too! So fab!
We just hope it earns an R rating!
[Image courtesy TheWolverineMovie.com.]
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At least according to box office, anyway!
That's right, while Matthew McConaughey - and his DELISH body parts - may have been well received by movie goers earlier in the summer, his just-released Killer Joe, which debuted well to critics at the Venice Film Festival, has failed to pick up much of an audience since its limited release opening this weekend!
Apparently, of the three theaters in which it played, the NC-17 rated crime thriller made a combined $37,864!
Eek! Well, it's not like they gave it a lot of potential to pull in serious cash!
But hey! Maybe they're hoping it will pull a Shame and blow the eff up in a few months!
Either way for us!
Frankly, we're more concerned about our Matt appearing - and stripping once again - in Magic Mike 2!
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Now that Chick-fil-A's CEO has made it loud and clear he doesn't support gay rights, the company's public approval rating has taken a nose-dive right into their signature sauce.
YouGov finds that four days after the anti-gay July 16 news broke, Chick-fil-A's approval rating dropped from a 65 to a 47 — three points below the average!
And just this past Wednesday, the rating slipped even more to a damaging score of 43!!
Guess it just goes to show that truly LOVING ONE ANOTHER is a winning cause. So… is hate still too tasty to give up?
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The battle of the competition shows wages on — and this time it was between Fox's newcomer, The Choice, and ABC's Duets!
The Choice! (We think it's because of that JoBro!)
At least for last night! Ha!
It had just a modest performance of 4.2 million viewers and a 1.8 adults 18-49 rating, but that was just enough to take the lead.
The third episode of ABC’s singing competition series Duets dipped
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Ridley Scott's Prometheus has finally gotten a rating.
Wanna know what it is? Here's a hint… it's what all pirate movies are rated…
LOLz! Sorry, that's terrible but seriously, it's rated R.
We all knew it was heading that direction, especially after
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Bully director Lee Hirsch agrees with Harvey Weinstein's decision to release his documentary as unrated.
After much debate, the Weinstein Co. made the harsh decision of keeping the film unrated in order to send the MPAA a message.
At the movie's premiere, Hirsch had this to say:
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The story is about a game where 24 kids have to murder each other (literally murder each other) cause it doesn't end until all but one person is dead.
We admit, because of The Hunger Games's Twilighish marketing to a young demographic, confusing as to whether or not the film is appropriate for youngsters. The flick is violet, but we believe the movie's themes make this an ab fab flick for anyone over the age of 12 to see!!
Of course, the flick's PG-13 rating isn't quite strict enough for Common Sense Media. The independent, not-for-profit, non-partisan group has been rating films’ appropriateness since 2003, says the rating should be “Pause 13+.”
"It’s iffy for the age, but some 13-year-olds may be able to handle it, and some may not. You need to know your kid and your family and take it from there.”
What do U think? Will U take Ur tween??
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