Saturday, October 29, 2011

'The Dark Knight Rises' In NYC .

Στα γυρίσματα του Dark Knight Rises

"The Dark Knight Rises" continued its world production tour by opening up shop in New York City on Friday, offering Joseph Gordon-Levitt the opportunity to give his best impression of the boys in blue.
Gordon-Levitt plays young cop John Blake in the upcoming Batman epic, and Friday's shoot called for him to take to the streets in his nicely pressed uniform alongside Christian Bale's well-disguised Bruce Wayne. Rumors have swirled as to what, exactly, the Christopher Nolan-helmed project would be doing in New York City; filming took place in midtown on Friday, while downtown shoots have been reportedly scheduled. Some speculated that the film would involve the Occupy Wall Street protestors, but that, for now, seems like just a rumor.


New poster from the film ''My Week With Marilyn".

Το νέο πόστερ της Michelle Williams ως Marilyn

It's actually stunning how much Michelle Williams looks like Mariyln Monroe in the new Simon Curtis-directed My Week With Marilyn. There have been plenty of actors that bare passing resemblances to former stars in biopics, but Williams truly seems to have everything down, from the hair to the iconic beauty mark on her left cheek. We've witnessed their similar appearance multiple times already, instills, posters, and the film's first trailer, but the newest one-sheet really demonstrates how incredible the likeness is. 

Friday, October 28, 2011

The weekly legend of the Big Screen!!!

Joan Bennett

Joan Geraldine Bennett was born on February 27, 1910, in Palisades, New Jersey. Her parents were both successful stage actors, especially her father, Richard Bennett, and often toured the country for weeks at a time. In fact, Joan came from a long line of actors, dating back to the 18th century. Often, when her parents were on tour, Joan and her two older sisters,Constance Bennett, who later became an actress, and Barbara were left in the care of close friends. At the age of four, Joan made her first stage appearance. She debuted in films a year later in The Valley of Decision (1916), in which her father was the star and the entire Bennett clan participated. In 1923 she again appeared in a film which starred her father, playing a pageboy in The Eternal City (1923). It would be five more years before Joan appeared again on the screen. In between, she married Jack Marion Fox, who was 26 compared to her young age of 16. The union was anything but happy, in great part because of Fox's heavy drinking. In February of 1928 Joan and Jack had a baby girl they named Adrienne. The new arrival did little to help the marriage, though, and in the summer of 1928 they divorced. Now with a baby to support, Joan did something she had no intention of doing--she turned to acting. She appeared in Power (1928) with Alan Hale and Carole Lombard, a small role but a start. The next year she starred in Bulldog Drummond (1929), sharing top billing with Ronald Colman. Before the year was out she was in three more films--Disraeli (1929), The Mississippi Gambler (1929) and Three Live Ghosts (1929). Not only did audiences like her, but so did the critics. Between 1930 and 1931, Joan appeared in nine more movies. In 1932 she starred opposite Spencer Tracy in She Wanted a Millionaire(1932), but it wasn't one she liked to remember, partly because Tracy couldn't stand the fact that everyone was paying more attention to her than to him. Joan was to remain busy and popular throughout the rest of the 1930s and into the 1940s. By the 1950s Joan was well into her 40s and began to lessen her film appearances. She made only eight pictures, in addition to appearing in two television series. After Desire in the Dust (1960), Joan would be absent from the movie scene for the next ten years, resurfacing in House of Dark Shadows (1970), reprising her role from the "Dark Shadows" (1966) TV series as Elizabeth Collins Stoddard. Joan's final screen appearance was in the Italian thriller Suspiria(1977). Her final public performance was in the TV movie Divorce Wars: A Love Story (1982) (TV). On December 7, 1990, Joan died of a heart attack in Scarsdale, New York. She was 80 years old.






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The inner-workings of a corrupt Las Vegas casino are exposed in Martin Scorsese's story of crime and punishment. The film chronicles the lives and times of three characters: "Ace" Rothstein (Robert De Niro), a bookmaking wizard; Nicky Santoro (Joe Pesci), a Mafia underboss and longtime best friend to Ace; and Ginger McKenna (Sharon Stone, in a role she was born to play), a leggy ex-prostitute with a fondness for jewelry and a penchant for playing the field. Ace plays by the rules (albeit Vegas rules, which, as he reminds the audience in voiceover, would make him a criminal in any other state), while Nicky and Ginger lie, cheat, and steal their respective ways to the top. The film's first hour and a half details their rise to power, while the second half follows their downfall as the FBI, corrupt government officials, and angry mob bosses pick apart their Camelot piece by piece. 


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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo : New Poster!

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo: Νέο εντυπωσιακό πόστερ

New 'Mission: Impossible 4' Trailer Shows Tom Cruise in More Action Scenes.

Video: Δείτε το νέο trailer του Ghost Protocol

The brand new promo video for 'Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol' shows some fresh scenes, including a missile attack, the IMF leader getting killed and a funny moment with Simon Pegg.

New 'Mission: Impossible 4' Trailer Shows Tom Cruise in More Action Scenes  "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol" brings out more action scenes in a brand new trailer. Courtesy of Yahoo! Movies, the fresh sneak peek opens with an introduction from director Brad Bird and lets out some new scenes, including the one that sees an IMF leader getting killed right after he tells Ethan Hunt about his new mission.

Starring Tom Cruise as Ethan, this action-packed movie is set at the time when the IMF is shut down after it is implicated in a global terrorist bombing plot. Ethan and his "Ghost Protocol" team must now go off the grid with no help and no contact to clear their organization's name.

This fourth installment in the "Mission: Impossible" series also has Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton, Josh Holloway, Simon Pegg and Tom Wilkinson in the supporting cast with Tom, Paula Wagner and "Super 8" director J.J. Abrams serving as producers. It will open wide in theaters across the United States on December 21. 

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New trailer for ''The Woman in Black".

Daniel-Radcliffe-The-Woman-In-Black-image The second full-length trailer for The Woman in Black has been released this week, promising that Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) can do more than wizardry.
Directed by James Watkins (Eden Lake), and based on the 1983 thriller fiction novel by Susan Hill of the same name, Radcliffe plays the role of a young lawyer who travels to a remote village where he encounters the ghost of a scorned woman set on vengeance on a small English town.
This new and extremely creepy trailer drags us deeper into the torment that Radcliffe is faced with. It looks like he works well in this horror too; it’s good to see him in a more serious film and so shortly after the end of the Harry Potter franchise as well.
The Woman In Black also stars Ciarán Hinds (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Janet McTeer (Albert Nobbs), Mary Stockley, and Liz White (TV’s The Crimson Petal and the White) and is set to be released in the US on 3rd February, 2012.

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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Tintin receives UK premiere in London.

The stars of Steven Spielberg's take on Herge's classic comic character, Tintin, have attended its UK premiere in London.
The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn tells of how the intrepid reporter sets off on a treasure hunt for a sunken ship with Captain Haddock.
British actor Jamie Bell portrays the hero in the computer-generated 3D animation.
Bell told the BBC the film was "Spielberg at his best".
He said: "It's fun - what we've done is make an action-packed movie.
"It's a true adventure and it's worthy of any kind of Indiana Jones film."
Spielberg's film uses motion-capture techniques similar to those used in Lord of the Rings, King Kong and Avatar, where actors wear special suits which record all movement.
The data is then transformed into a computer-generated three dimensional image.

Jamie Bell

'Not very Munich'

The film also stars Daniel Craig as criminal Ivanovich Sakharine, Simon Pegg as Inspector Thompson and Andy Serkis as Captain Haddock.
Pegg told the BBC he did not originally plan to star in the movie: "I went to see Steven Spielberg in LA for a meeting about writing for the film and while we were speaking he said, 'You're an actor, why don't you be in it?' so I said, 'Alright, I'll see what I can do'.
"I didn't want to lose composure in front of my hero - I called my mum straight after."
Craig added he loved playing "a baddie" but the filming process was not what he was used to.
"You're in a studio wearing a leotard - it's not very Munich (the 2005 drama Craig made with Spielberg)," he said.
"It was all filmed in one room and you have camera in your face, but they're not filming anything, and it's all fed into a computer in some wizarding way."
First created in 1929 by Brussels-born author Georges Remi, who wrote under the name Herge, Tintin books have sold more than 220 million copies around the world.
The film had its world premiere in Belgium on Saturday, where Spielberg said he hoped his film would find new fans in the US, where the character is not as well known as it is in Europe.
"American audiences will look at this as an original movie," the director - who bought the rights to the character in the 1980s - told reporters.
"Hopefully, if it is successful in America, perhaps for the first time in 80 years the books will start being published in America."
Belgian press were broadly positive about the adaptation, with Belgian French-language magazine Le Vif writing: "Action and humour dominate in a very pleasant spectacle."
French daily Le Soir added: "Herge would have loved this Tintin, full of character."

Daniel Craig at the Tintin premiere

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Movie Comments!!!

Dear Followers,
Here we are again...
Are you ready for a film review?!I think YES!:)
Well,today we present to you : ''The Three Musketeers''.

I saw this film and i am very-very impressed...Based on the novel by Alexander Dumas,i think that ''The Three Musketeers'' of 2011 is an exceptional film with good direction and interpretations from the main actors and not only from them...
The hot-heated young D' Artagnan along with three former legendary but now down on their luck Musketeers must unite and defeat a beautiful double agent and her villainous employer from seizing the French throne and engulfing Europe in war.
The film was released in Germany,Austria and Switzerland.I think that one of the advantages of the film is the film on the real places.Also,it has a very good soundtrack from the British band ''Take That''.The soundtrack take part in the most suitable scenes.The film,also,presents to the spectators the different culture of the 17th century with their different clothes but very elegant and beautiful!
Personally,i believe that the 4 main actors (Logan Lerman-D' Artagnan, Matthew Macfadyen-Athos, Luke Evans-Aramis and Ray Steverson as Porthos) are give into the film liveliness and vividness with their good intrepretations.
The sense of humor is rarely in the film but in the right scenes with clever quotes...
The messages from the film are known!The two main are the betrayal for the money-the negation of love in case of Athos but the one which is important is

''The Three Musketeers'' is a very good proposal and the adventure of this film does not make anyone boring!

So another movie comments has came to an end!!The other time,we will introduce you to another stay tuned!

See you all,
The Editor
Evita Gkatzioura

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New trailer for the ''Flowers of the War'' starring Christian Bale.

Video: Η νέα ταινία του Christian Bale

The trailer for Zhang Yimou's new film The Flowers of War (金陵十三钗) has just debuted, and the clip certainly shows off a bit of where that $100 million USD budget went.
The movie features Christian Bale in the role of John Haufman, a mortician sent to bury a priest at a girls' boarding school during the Rape of Nanking. Based on a true story, Bale's mortician dons the robes of the recently deceased priest, and assumes his identity in order to protect the girls as their school comes under siege from Japanese troops.
Here is the trailer for the ''Flowers of the War'' on Youtube---->

Friday, October 21, 2011

Legendary film!!!

Kramer vs Kramer(1979)
Kramer vs. Kramer

Robert Benton's Oscar-winning adaptation of Avery Corman's bestseller takes on contemporary problems of divorce and shifting gender roles, as a jilted husband learns how to be a nurturing father. Manhattan housewife Joanna Kramer (Meryl Streep) walks out on her workaholic ad man husband Ted (Dustin Hoffman), leaving their young son Billy (Justin Henry) in Ted's less than capable hands. Through trial and error, Ted learns how to take care of Billy, devoting more energy to his family than to his work, and finally losing his high-powered job because of his new priorities. When Joanna returns with her own lucrative job and the intent to take custody of Billy, Ted finds employment that won't interfere with his paternal duties. Even though he proves that he can do it all, Joanna still wins in court. Joanna, however, rethinks her desires when she finally grasps how close father and son have become. Addressing the male side of the self-actualization question, previously explored from the female perspective in such 1970s movies as An Unmarried Woman (1978), Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974), and The Turning Point (1977), Kramer focuses on Ted's evolution from absent parent to ideal father, as he learns to balance domestic and professional lives in the shifting late-1970s social landscape. Joanna's attempt to achieve the same, however, gets buried; only Streep's sensitive performance prevents Joanna from seeming an unsympathetic harridan. Critics praised the film's realistic depiction of Ted's travails, as well as the three lead actors' work; and audiences, perhaps facing the same questions of divorce and self-realization, turned it into a box-office smash. It went on to win five Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actress. 


Dustin Hoffman and Justin Henry in Kramer vs. Kramer

Justin Henry in Kramer vs. Kramer

Justin Henry in Kramer vs. Kramer

Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep & Justin Henry in Kramer vs. Kramer

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Meryl Streep in Kramer vs. Kramer

Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep in Kramer vs. Kramer

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