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The careers of Bruce Willis and John Cusack, waning pendulums that escape from their straight-to-video lows a little less with each swing, have made their inevitable collision into a Jason Patric vehicle in The Prince.
As was previously described with some confusion, the film is an experiment to see whether Patric can be plugged into Taken as readily as hair is plugged into his skull. Our Speed 2 cruise controller plays a former mob enforcer with a very familiar set of skills (firearms training, hand-to-hand combat, talking to his faraway daughter on the phone, etc). Bruce Willis has got some kind of lasting grudge against him, so he kidnaps Patric’s beautiful young daughter, and you know the drill from there.
Cusack co-stars as Patric’s old friend and, as is only natural for this kind of thing, 50 Cent makes this his third unlikely collaboration with Willis. Korean pop star Rain’s lithe form narrowly covers the hole where you expect to see Robert De Niro. Here’s the trailer:
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During his interview on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” the “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” actor offered an explanation as to why he has a diamond engagement ring on his hand.
Depp simply stated, “I have a female engagement ring. It was too big for my girl.” Presumably he purchased one in her size as well.
Meanwhile, Johnny also commented on Letterman’s announcement that he’s retiring from the show next year, joking that Dave stole his thunder regarding a departure from acting.
From Once writer-director John Carney, here’s another thing where guy and girl bond over acoustic guitar. Previously titled Can A Song Save Your Life?, Begin Again stars Mark Ruffalo as a just-fired record executive and Keira Knightley as a musician just dumped by her rising star fellow musician boyfriend. Together, they hope to BEGIN AGAIN by recording a great album together. Adam Levine and CeeLo co-star, because this is secretly the longest commercial for The Voice.
In Pablo Larcuen’s dark comedy short Elefante, a miserably disenfranchised man ends up turning into an elephant. It’s like Metamorphosis meets Daft Punk’s Da Funk video meets clinical depression meets Babar. Ignoring a synopsis like that is only hurting yourself.
Continuing the curse of remaking Ju-on every decade or so, Ghost House Pictures and Good Universe have reportedly set about yet another version of The Grudge. The original remade Grudge came out in 2004, back when you’d see Sarah Michelle Gellar in movies, and it’s since been followed up by two sequels, the latter of those hitting not-theaters just in 2009. As with all those prior chapters, Sam Raimi is producing, and Midnight Meat Train writer Jeff Buhler is providing a script. Now the rest of us can get to the real work of re-remaking Jessica Alba’s The Eye.