After 2010's Ceremony cast Michael Angarano as a highly-affected, precocious, would-be creative infatuated with an older woman, you may have thought that would be the end of the actor's transition into becoming Max Fischer, Part II. As it turns out, you would be wrong, because here he is kissing a teacher while putting on a self-written high school play in The English Teacher. Also not entirely going against type, Greg Kinnear co-stars as indie dramedy dad, Lily Collins plays pretty girl, Nathan Lane plays histrionic theatre guy, and Julianne Moore, starring in the title role, cries. Here's the trailer.
If the first Mirror Mirror trailer was the one asserting, "We are the wacky Snow White, not the one with the droopy, terrifying Silver Surfer," this is the trailer that reiterates, "Did we mention we've got Nathan Lane, every noise we could squeeze out of World's Zaniest Sound ... / Continue →
Last week, Universal's Snow White and the Huntsman trailer showed up and surprised everyone by looking really interesting and fairly beautiful. Now a trailer for Relativity Media's Mirror Mirror has shown up, and since, as the Snow White tale informs us, only one can be fairest... / Continue →
Released in the UK three years ago as "Shelter" and already on DVD in Canada, where Julianne Moore's screen presence exchange rate is higher, 6 Souls has meanwhile long been shelved in the US for reasons of not being very good. Or at least it wasn't very good before. Now it's a... / Continue →