"Kristen Stewart took a late night flight from Los Angeles to Paris, France over the night, Tuesday going into Wednesday. The Breaking Dawn actress didn't bother to dress up for the paparazzi when she entered LAX airport. Stewart arrived in Paris on Wednesday to start promotion on her new project with Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth, Snow White and the Huntsman. Stewart plays the title role of Snow White in the film."
"Avengers Trailer: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson Star In Marvel Adventure "
"The "Inception" horn + the "Terminator" theme + that worm thing in "Transformers 3" + Robin Sparkles = the new "Avengers" trailer! An extended version of the clip that ran on Super Bowl Sunday has just debuted, and it features a closer look at the entire superhero team assigned tosave the world. (As Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury says, "War has started, and we are hopelessly outgunned."
"Spending time with Kristen Stewart made Charlize Theron feel like a teenager again."
"The 36-year-old actress plays Evil Queen Ravenna opposite Kristen, 21, as Snow White in the new movie 'Snow White and the Huntsman' and working with the young starlet made Charlize feel like she was reliving her youth."
"She explained to Mexico's Vanidades magazine: ''From the moment we met there was this amazing chemistry between us. We had a great time filming that movie. I really hope people enjoy it. Filming it made me feel like a teenager, like I was 12. The movie itself is a very ambitious project, and to me playing Ravenna was a lot of fun.''
"After Disney ditched the film from ‘Zombieland’ writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese because it was too edgy for their family film mandate, Universal Pictures has acquired the film rights to ‘Cowboy Ninja Viking’. Deadline tells us that‘World War Z’ director Marc Foster will helm the project and will begin production later this year once the zombie apocalypse film wraps."
"Cowboy Ninja Viking’ is based on the 2009 Image graphic novel by AJ Lieberman and artist Riley Rossmo. The series revolves around a unit of schizophrenics turned assassins called Triplets. After the unit falls apart and goes their separate ways, Duncan, a triplet who has the personalities of a cowboy, ninja, and Viking, is sent by the psychotherapist who led the team to find and stop the rogue Triplets."
"The comedy with Jason Segel and Emily Blunt will kick off the festival's 11th edition.NEW YORK - Universal Pictures' The Five-Year Engagement will open this year's Tribeca Film Festival on April 18, organizers said Wednesday."“The Tribeca Film Festival has always celebrated the power of creative collaboration, and there is no better example of that than The Five-Year Engagement,” said Jane Rosenthal, co-founder of the festival."
“When Jason and I met during the production of Undeclared, we couldn’t have imagined that one day we would write a comedy that would open such a prestigious film festival as Tribeca,” said Stoller. “We are so honored that the festival organizers have given us this platform to premiere the film. To be honest, this is all just a ploy to stand on top of a building with Robert De Niro and look out over New York City at dusk.”
"The festival is set to announce its feature film slate on March 6 and 8."Source:hollywoodreporter.com
"LOS ANGELES - Soon after Peter Berg signed on to direct a big-screen version of the board game Battleship, he was summoned to meet with the new heads of Universal Pictures.The filmmaker best known for his work on "Friday Night Lights" and "Hancock" had reason to be nervous. Adam Fogelson and Donna Langley were inheriting a risky, expensive project greenlighted by their predecessors at a time of rampant cost-cutting in Hollywood."
"But the executives had a surprising message: They wanted to increase the budget for "Battleship" and add a multimillion-dollar sequence set in Hong Kong. It was one of the craziest meetings I've ever had," recalled Berg. They said, 'We want to go bigger. That could very well be Fogelson and Langley's mantra as they swing for the fences in 2012."
"Following the May release of "Battleship," which cost about $211 million to make, Universal has two more films for 2012 that cost about $175 million each: June's "Snow White and the Huntsman," starring Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart, and November's "47 Ronin" with Keanu Reeves.Fueled by hundreds of millions of dollars of new capital from Comcast Corp., which bought a controlling interest in the studio's parent company, NBCUniversal, in January 2010, Universal is for the first time releasing a series of movies designed to be global blockbusters akin to "Transformers" and "Pirates of the Caribbean."
"Charlize Theron says she’s was super impressed with K-Stew’s fighting skills! Charlize Theron, 36, who plays evil Queen Ravenna in Snow White and the Huntsman (SWATH), told Mexican mag Vanidades that she instantly hit it off with younger co-star, Kristen Stewart, 21."
“From the moment we met there was this amazing chemistry between us,” Charlize said of K-Stew. “We had a great time filming that movie. I really hope people enjoy it. Kristen is only 21…I remember when I was that age. Her performance is fantastic. In fact, she’s quite the fighter.”
"FLAME-HAIRED beauty Lily Cole shows her dark side in the trailer for teen horror The Moth Diaries.The psychological thriller sees the model-turned-actress taking on a new gothic image to play the role of a sinister vampire.
Based on the novel of the same name by US author Rachel Klein, the movie is directed by Mary Harron of American Psycho fame."
"The story focuses on Rebecca, played by Sarah Bolger, who is sent to boarding school because "my father had just died, my mother was a wreck."You just know there's a fright in store when Rebecca reveals that nobody comes to the school "unless something bad has happened to them"