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Superman Reboot Gets Official Title and Villain

— by ANDY BEHBAKHT — After months of speculating and discussion, it’s official — the title for the upcoming Superman reboot is “Man of Steel.” And not only was the title announced, but the villain Superman will face also was confirmed. Remember all those interviews when Z[...]

Film-Makers Must Remember What Makes Superman Such a Classic

— by JESSICA MORALES — I’d like to start this off by saying I’ve loved Superman since I was a little girl … yes, a little girl. Superman is one of those rare superheroes that not only grabs the attention of little boys, but of little girls as well. And this in large part[...]

Is This the Plot for the Next Superman Movie?

— by ANDY BEHBAKHT — So far, the upcoming Superman reboot has a cast of four actors, but one thing we haven’t heard is what the movie’s plot will be. We know that David S. Goyer is writing the screenplay for the movie, and thanks to Movienewz, we may now know what that plot[...]

Amy Adams and Jason Segel Discuss The Muppets and Lois Lane

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — Amy Adams is currently living out my dreams as a kid. When I was young, I would have loved to have grown up to have been Lois Lane or to hang out with the Muppets. (And, of course, I could be on a plane right now if the opportunity arose […][...]

Amy Adams Cast as Lois Lane

— by SEAN GERSKI — More than a few people this weekend have asked me how “Sucker Punch” will affect Zack Snyder’s upcoming Superman movie. Well, this is the first way: It was announced today that Amy Adams will play Lois Lane. “Sucker Punch” is doing poorly [...]

She & Him’s Video for ‘Don’t Look Back’

— by SEAN GERSKI — In a way, it’s a shame musicals aren’t in vogue because we are fortunate to have a wealth of actresses working today who are not only beautiful, but also can sing quite well. The list is almost limitless, but the first three that spring to mind for me are A[...]

Under Review: ‘The Fighter’

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Not since “Rocky” have I been moved to tears by a movie about a boxer. “The Fighter” managed to leave me shattered — but in a good way. A true-life account of two brothers, the powerful boxing movie directed by David O. Russell is not your typical [...]

Three Clips from ‘The Fighter’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — After watching the trailer for “The Fighter,” there was so much that went through my head. I am really glad to be writing this article because now that I’ve watched these three clips below, I feel certain of my original thoughts. “The[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Love & Distrust’

— by ALEXA MILAN — Star power isn’t everything, and “Love & Distrust,” unfortunately, might be the perfect movie to prove that. The film tells intertwining stories a la “Love Actually” of people searching for love and happiness. A waitress (Amy Adams), [...]

Trailer Talk: ‘The Fighter’

— by ALLISON HIGGINBOTHAM — Glorification of fisticuffs must come with the Y chromosome. Where men might be moved by the films “Cinderella Man” or “The Wrestler,” I only wince when I see fists meeting face. However, I’m sure most men can’t find the app[...]

The Top 5 Most Intriguing Films of 2010

— by CAM SMITH — In perusing this list, you might find your blood-pressure rising an iota, your mind heatedly asking “Where’s ‘Iron Man 2,’ ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1’ or ‘Free Willy 4: Escape from Pirate Cove’?!! How could they possibly be excluded?[...]

Under Review: ‘Leap Year’

— by JOEL CRARY — Last year, my girlfriend and I stopped by Dublin on a trip across Western Europe. In addition to the inevitable carousing that took place in the city, we took the opportunity to visit Wicklow Mountains National Park, an area of sprawling, largely uninhabited green hills[...]

Seven Clips from ‘Leap Year’

— by ALEXA MILAN — What do travel mishaps, a beautiful foreign country and a handsome stranger equal? Another cheesy and predictable romantic comedy gracing movie screens during the first quarter of the new year. In “Leap Year,” Anna (Amy Adams) desperately wants her boyfriend Jeremy[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Leap Year’

— by SEAN GERSKI — I know that romantic comedies are typically filled with cliché after cliché. In fact, I think a certain amount of the audience wants to see those clichés in a romantic comedy. Heck, at this point, some of them are almost ingredients in the recipe. Of course, you[...]