Posts Tagged ‘Words’
Clive Owen is an English teacher. Juliette Binoche is an art teacher. Their teaching worlds are too distinct for them ever to fall in love! OH SHIT THEY JUST DID THOUGH:
(From the writer of Phenomenon and Phenomenon II, which it turns out also exists)
David Duchovny has starred in a film in which his wife dies and he falls in love with the woman who received her heart transplant. In terms of Duchovny’s mawkish family tragedies, that is positively gritty compared to what Louder Than Words looks like from this trailer.
Based on a true story, the film sees Duchovny and Hope Davis as the parents of a child who dies, in Davis’s arms, of rabies. The daughter’s self-stated “top wish” before her death was for the health and well-being of all the children of the world. That’s a pretty tall order, so in lieu of that, Daddy Duchovny decides that he will at least try to assist in the health and well-being of some local kids by building a children’s hospital. Unfortunately, legislature is opposed to the plan, leaving Duchovny, Davis, and, hey, there’s Timothy Hutton to fight against the government and its hatred of children’s hospitals. “It’s not about a building,” Hutton announces on the occasion of his Playing God reunion, “…it’s about building a feeling.” That feeling is “you’ve eaten way too much frosting.”
This video — all for the sake of the TV censors — is sure to make you giggle.
Only weeks away from it’s official release date, CBS films just recently revealed a new clip from their upcoming film “The Words”.
In the video, the two stars of the film, Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana, are seen standing at a desk where Cooper’s character is attempting to get some of his writing done, but is being happily distracted by Saldana, who plays his wife.
The Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal directed romantic drama focuses on a writer, who at the peak of his literary success discovers the steep price he must pay for stealing another man’s work.
Also starring Jeremy Irons, Dennis Quaid and Olivia Wilde, “The Words” is set to it the big screen on September 7, but you can check out the newly released clip and production stills below!
Clearly making no attempt to go unnoticed, a red hot Cameron Diaz hit the town for an Italian business dinner in West Hollywood, CA on Wednesday night (August 9).
Proudly displaying her gorgeous gams in a short black and white pattern skirt teamed with a red blouse, the “Shrek” siren was in the highest of spirits as she cheerfully exited the upscale Mercato di Vetro Restaurant alongside a male business associate following the surely delectable meal.
Having remained for the most part obscure from public view since the mid-May release of her not-so-successful film “What To Expect When You’re Expecting,” Miss Diaz has been spending her time compiling a health and wellness book for Harper Collins.
With the effort having been officially announced just ahead of the 39-year-old’s dinner on the town, Cameron’s literary work is still yet-to-be titled while slated for publication in fall of 2013.
Describing what readers can expect, HarperCollins stated that the big screen beauty is hoping to “engage and empower” young women through advice on topics including “health, fitness, nutrition and general well-being.”
Murphy, for this comedy about a smooth-talking man who discovers that he has
only 1,000 words left to speak before dying. ~ Jason Buchanan,
Joining a small, hangdog group of films that includes last year’s abysmal Bucky Larson: Born To Be a Star, Eddie Murphy’s A Thousand Words today received the rare ignominy of receiving an outright 0% rating on RottenTomatoes. It really is as bad as it looked. And, worse yet, it has forced us to live in a world wherein, against all common sense, Norbit is by some measure the “better” Eddie Murphy movie. This is what we’re leaving the children.