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“The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby” Starring Jessica Chastain & James McAvoy is Here: Watch Now!

Sure to pull on your heartstrings, Yahoo Movies released a brand new trailer for “The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby” over the weekend.

Making us very optimistic about this love story, the Ned Benson-directed film received a 10-minute standing ovation during its Cannes premiere last month.

It stars James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader and Viola Davis and follows a married couple whose relationship starts to crumble after a tragedy.

“The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby” hits theaters on September 26. Check out the trailer in the player above!

The Trailer for Runner Runner, Starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake

The Trailer for Runner Runner, Starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake
In the September 27 release, Princeton grad student Richie (Justin Timberlake), believing he's been swindled, travels to Costa Rica to confront online gambling tycoon Ivan Block (Ben Affleck). Richie is seduced by Block's promise of immense wealth …
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Justin Timberlake Gets In Deep For First Look At 'Runner Runner'
Even though he was kind enough to grace us with an album this year, Justin Timberlake is still focusing a lot of his effort on acting. Aside from "Inside Llewyn Davis," the latest film from the Coen Brothers, Timberlake has the starring role in "Runner …
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Watch: The First Trailer For Ben Affleck & Justin Timberlake's 'Runner, Runner'
06/05: "Hey, you know what would be a good idea? Let's premiere the trailer for our hot new movie with Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake, and let the airheads on 'Entertainment Tonight' talk over most of it!" Okay, no one actually said that sentence …
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Liv Tyler, Patrick Wilson Starring in “‘The Ice Storm’ in Space,” Basically


Putting to the test just how liberally mankind can apply the “in space” suffix to films, now we’re getting the 1997 Ang Lee drama The Ice Storm… in Space! Sort of.

The film is called Space Station 76, and THR reports writer-director Jack Plotnick has just quietly wrapped shooting with stars Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler, Matt Bomer, and Marisa Coughlan in the leads. In an interview at New York Comic Con, Wilson previously hinted that he had shot something he said was like “putting The Ice Storm on the set of Buck Rogers,” and it seems that this is what he was talking about. 76 takes place on a retro-futuristic space station straight from the future envisioned by the disco generation, with Plotnick explaining that the drifting spacecraft apparently serves as a sort of metaphor for the isolation of bored, unhappy suburban families getting along in the supposedly party-filled ’70s. Wilson plays the ship’s closeted and suicidal captain, while his The Ledge co-star Tyler plays a new arrival who causes tension amongst the crew. Bomer plays a bionic technician miserably married to the manipulative Coughlan. Pretty funny, right? Well, apparently it is, because Wilson also claims the film is “ridiculously hilarious.” If he’s right, it might be time to investigate The Ice Storm: Back 2 tha Hood, too.

What is the name of the song in Two Weeks Notice starring hugh grant and sandra bullock?

Question by Anthony M: What is the name of the song in Two Weeks Notice starring hugh grant and sandra bullock?
Near the ending (not the legal aid office) sandra is on the phone and hugh grant is being amazed how small the place is then a song comes on before the credits show and also lasts some of the credits what is the name of that song?

Best answer:

Answer by YeahRight
Here’s the list of songs from the movie:


“Baby (You’ve Got What It Takes)”
Written by Clyde Otis and Murray Stein
Performed by Dinah Washington and Brook Benton
Courtesy of The Verve Music Group
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Harmonica accompaniment by Marc Lawrence (as Blind Lemon Lipschitz)

“Bailo con el Ritmo”
Written by Yussi Wenger and Josh Cruze
Performed by Bandidos De Amor
Courtesy of BDA Records

“Big Yellow Taxi”
Written by Joni Mitchell
Performed by Counting Crows
featuring Vanessa Carlton
Courtesy of Geffen Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“With Plenty Of Money And You”
Written by Al Dubin and Harry Warren
Performed by Dick Hyman
Courtesy of Reference Recordings

“It’s On Tonight”
Written by Junod Etienne and Will Scott Davison
Performed by Smoke
Courtesy of Yes Entertainment
By Arrangement with TVT Records

“Magic Moments”
Written by Hal David and Burt Bacharach
Performed by Perry Como
Courtesy of The RCA Records Label, a unit of BMG Music
Under license from BMG Special Products

“Comin’ Home Baby”
Written by Bob Dorough and Ben Tucker
Performed by Mel Tormé (as Mel Torme)
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

“Cugi’s Cocktails (Hully-Gully Cha Cha)”
Written by Hal Mooney
Performed by Xavier Cugat
Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
Under License from Universal Music

“Hat and Feet”
Written by Chris Collingwood and Adam Schlesinger (as Adam L. Schlesinger)
Performed by Fountains of Wayne
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corps.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

Written by Otis Redding
Performed by Aretha Franklin
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
By arranagement with Warner Special Products

“God Bless The Child”
Written by Arthur Herzog Jr. and Billie Holiday
Performed by Stanley Turrentine
Courtesy of Blue Note Records, a Division of Capitol Records, Inc.
Under license from EMI Film & TV Music

“Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag”
Written by James Brown
Performed by James Brown
Courtesy of Universal Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“If I Had You”
Written by Ted Shapiro, Jimmy Campbell and Reginald Connelly (as Reg Connelly)
Performed by Dick Hyman
Courtesy of Reference Recordings

“Mais Oui Mambo”
Written by Billy May and Conrad Gozzo
Performed by Billy May
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under license from EMI Film & TV Music

“Takin’ Care Of Business”
Written by Randy Bachman
Performed by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Courtesy of Island Def Jam Music Group
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“Come Fly With Me”
Written by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen (as James Van Heusen)
Produced by David Foster
Performed by Michael Bublé
Courtesy of 143 Records / Reprise Records

“The Nearness Of You”
Written by Hoagy Carmichael and Ned Washington
Performed by Norah Jones
Courtesy of Blue Note Records, a Division of Capitol Records, Inc.
Under license from EMI Film & TV Music

“The Look of Love”
Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Performed by Dusty Springfield
Courtesy of Mercury Records Limited
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“Where Is The Love”
Written by Ralph MacDonald and William Salter
Performed by Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

“Love Is A Beautiful Thing”
Written by Seth A. Swirsky
Performed by Al Green
Courtesy of BMG UK & Ireland Ltd.
Under license from BMG Special Products

“The Way”
Written and Performed by Dana Glover
Courtesy of DreamWorks Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

P.S The song in the credits is Love is a Beautiful thing yo can hear it in a video on Youtube called Korean Drama couples

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“Looper” Featurette Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Watch Now!

Giving fans a sneak peek before the September 28th release, Yahoo! Movies debuted a new featurette from the upcoming film “Looper.”

The futuristic action movie takes place in 2072 when crime mobs have the capability of getting rid of somebody by sending someone 30 years in the past to kill them. In the sci-fi action flick, the mob seeks to “close the loop” by transporting Joe’s future self back thirty years as a target for himself.

In the clip, Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks about his character, Joe. “My character gets his future self sent to him. He’s Bruce Willis, so he gets the better of me,” he laughs. “He gets away and I have to find him because if you let your loop run, your life is as good as done.”

Joining Bruce and Joseph in the film are Emily Blunt, Paul Dano, Noah Segan, Piper Perabo, and Jeff Daniels. Watch the featurette below!

Where can I stream the movie Management starring Jennifer Aniston?

Question by Kristine A: Where can I stream the movie Management starring Jennifer Aniston?
Where can I stream the movie Management starring Jennifer Aniston?

Best answer:

Answer by Traccii
Here its safe >> http://www.fullmoviestream.net/watch-management-2008-full-movie-stream-online-free

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Lindsay Lohan’s Guest Starring On ‘Glee’ Now

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Back in 2010, Lindsay Lohan threatened to sue Glee after Gwyneth Paltrow made a joke about Lindsay going to rehab during a cameo. Needless to say, the whole thing was retarded. Jump to today, where reports are now coming in say Lindsay is guest starring on Glee except here’s the part where I actually did Read More …

Our Roughest Looking Faces Will Be Starring in More Things, and More…


- Justin Timberlake is attached to star as record producer Neil Bogart in Spinning Gold, a biopic on the Casablanca Records founder being set up by his sons. In the ’70s, Casablanca created a musical legacy by signing bands like KISS, Donna Summer, and the Village People, but Bogart died in 1983, and now the recently re-launched company is known for putting out some Lindsay Lohan albums. So what I’m saying is, Lindsay Lohan should probably be in this, too, right?

- Julianne Hough and Russell Brand have joined Diablo Cody’s untiled directorial debut. Hough will play “a sheltered young woman who loses her faith after a plane crash and revels in the decadence of Las Vegas,” while Brand will play a man experimenting on if anyone at all is going to tolerate another Russell Brand vehicle.

- A History of Violence writer Josh Olson has been hired to write Tabloid, a thriller to be based on an idea by Mick Jagger and being set up as an acting project for the Rolling Stones frontman. That planned Nick Nolte-Tom Waits drama is getting some real competition in the indescribably-haggard star department.

- And speaking of seriously beat-up faces, The Room auteur Tommy Wiseau is going to star in this web series about video games and aliens so that he may continue his descent into pitiful near-self-awareness. Oh, hi, trailer:

Keanu Reeves Decides Starring in ‘Akira’ Remake Maybe Not Greatest Idea


While a Bill & Ted reunion remains a somehow possible unlikely Keanu Reeves project, Akira does not. Just two weeks ago, Reeves had reportedly been taking meetings with Warner Bros. about starring as a too-old lead in their remake, but now, according to JoBlo, he joins Brad Pitt, James Franco, Ryan Gosling, and maybe others in the list of actors who decided this was not a good idea. Shortly after receiving the solemn headshake from Reeves’s agents, Warner shut down the pre-visualization department on the film–which you’d think would be a hopeful sign of surrender from the studio, but alas, they are resolute in making this thing that pretty much no one wants. When asked for comment, they issued the statement:

Production on ‘Akira’ has not halted or been shut down, as the film has not yet been greenlit and is still very much in the development stage. The exploratory process is crucial to a project of this magnitude, and we will continue to sculpt our approach to making the best possible film.

Is it just me or, at this point, does the driving force behind this project seem to be an engine powered entirely by unfocused spite?

Aaron Eckhart Starring in Second-Darkest Vision of Peter Pan


Hey, another Peter Pan adaptation! Adding to Sony’s Channing Tatum-starring Pan, Disney’s thoughts for a prequel, and the peanut butter, now we’ve got Aaron Eckhart starring in writer Ben Mag and director Ben Hibon dark, modern take on the story, which is being made because we need dark, modern takes on everything.

Eckhard will be playing Hook, a captain who is of course no longer a flamboyant pirate, instead taking the form of a tortured ex-detective on a vigilante crusade against a childlike kidnapper, who I’m willing to wager has a familiar, alliterative name. Soul Surfer‘s AnnaSophia Robb, who herself knows a little something about playing “hand eaten by a saltwater creature,” will play Wendy as “the lone survivor who leaves an asylum to help in the hunt,” while high fantasy stalwart Sean Bean has been cast as Smee, Hook’s only remaining ally on the police force. Meaning the Lost Boys are probably an online network of organized pedophiles, then?