In Theaters This Weekend: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in 'New Moon'

By Christine on
The next installment of the Twilight saga is here, and if you haven't bought your ticket yet...well, good luck! Women of all ages have been swooning over the male leads in New Moon for awhile: Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and if you're a dedicated Twi-hard, Kellan Lutz. Dakota Fanning will also be making an appearance, so if you've been waiting to see some vampire and werewolf action, this is your lucky weekend! Check out the trailer:And, just for fun, here's some photos from the...Read Full Story

In Theatres This Weekend: Zac Efron Goes Back to High School in '17 Again'

By Tatiana Guertin on
Teen heart throb Zac Efron stars in this weekend's new release '17 Again' and while his character, Mike O'Donnell relives his teen years, the 21-year-old says he wouldn't change anything about his high school experience. Efron told USA Today: I could do prom better... I'd probably be a bit more debonair. I'd be the guy in the circle. And I'd ace my SATs. But I think I'm for the most part proud of the way I lived my high school experience. Even the biggest mistakes that I made -- they were...Read Full Story

In Theatres This Weekend: Anna Farris and Seth Rogen in 'Observe and Report'

By Tatiana Guertin on
For the most part Anna Faris has appeared in mainly laugh 'till you drop comedies, like The House Bunny and the Scary Movie series. So it's no surprise that she's been pegged as the funny girl. Faris plays Brandi, a hot make-up counter clerk and semi-alcoholic, in this weekend's Observe and Report. Although she's the funny girl yet again, she told the Washington Post that she's actually a pretty serious person: I think all my friends and family are just shocked that I ended up doing comedy...Read Full Story

In Theatres this Weekend: Ryan Reynolds and Kristen Stewart in 'Adventureland'

By Tatiana Guertin on
Adventureland, the story of a recent college grad who gets stuck working at an amusement park, hits theaters this weekend. Actor Ryan Reynolds, plays the park's somber owner and he told Crave Online, although the part is drastically different from his normally up-beat roles in films like Van Wilder, it felt very true to real life: He’s in effect kind of broken, and that's what I loved about him. It’s also I think the most redeeming component to the character is that he’s this guy who’s...Read Full Story

In Theatres This Weekend: Seth Rogen Lends His Voice to 'Monsters vs. Aliens'

By Tatiana Guertin on
Little known fact: Before becoming a household name, Seth Rogen lent his voice to some well-known animated films including Shrek 3, The Spiderwick Chronicles and Kung Fu Panda. So, it's no surprise that he jumped at the opportunity to work with Reese Witherspoon and Keifer Sutherland in Monsters vs. Aliens.Rogen told MTV news that he actually enjoys doing animated films: Honestly, I just like being in these movies -- I think they're cool movies. I go see them, so it's just neat to be a part...Read Full Story
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