Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows—Part 2Exclusive Video — A behind-the-scenes look at a key scene from early in the film in which Harry, Ron, and Hermione sneak into Gringotts Bank in search of one of the final Horcruxes containing a piece of Voldemort’s soul!!!
In the new trailer for Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol, we learn that no less than the Kremlin has gone kablooey. The fallout? As a grim-faced Tom Wilkinson explains, “The president has initiated ‘ghost protocol,’” meaning every single IMF agent everywhere has been disavowed. Burn.
Who’s the coolest member of the Real Ghostbusters?
Peter Venkman Hair Style: Beautifully coiffed brown Original Movie Hair Style: Well, in the movie, Peter was played by Bill Murray. Suffice it to say, Murray did not have beautifully coiffed hair. If Ghostbusters were Animal House, he’d be: Otter, the adorable cad
Egon Spengler Hair style: A blonde Jean Harlow cut with a surprise rat-tail extension Original Movie Hair Style: As played by Harold Ramis, movie-Egon had a tall brown do, but no rat-tail. Thank god for cartoons. If Ghostbusters were Animal House, he’d be: Hoover, the clean-cut fraternity President who invariably has to get his friends out of scrapes. Since Egon is the brains of the outfit, he’s arguably the only one of them who is actually qualified to, you know, bust ghosts.
Ray Stantz Hair Style: A fiery ginger combover Original Movie Hair Style: Dan Akyroyd found a horrible middle-ground between Murray’s restless anti-baldness patch and Ramis’ straight-to-the-moon platform cut. Yet again: Advantage, cartoon. If Ghostbusters were Animal House, he’d be: Flounder, the big-hearted, big-boned pledge who derives childlike joy from almost everything
Winston Zeddemore Hair Style: Jet-black hair, trimmed to the cranium Original Movie Hair Style: The same, but Ernie Hudson also rocked an awesome mustache. Advantage: Movie. If Ghostbusters were Animal House, he’d be: Boon, the savvy everyman
Slimer Hair Style: N/A Original Movie Hair Style: N/A If Ghostbusters were Animal House, he’d be: Bluto the man-child mascot
Janine Melnitz Hair Style: A spiky-red dye job, which gave the Ghostbusters’ secretary the aura of a lady perpetually coming from or going to a New Wave concert. Original Movie Hair Style: Annie Potts played Janine with a smart brown pixie cut. If Ghostbusters were Animal House, she’d be: Katy, the cool-chick galpal with a cutting sense of humor
In the seventh and final season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Buffy returns to Sunnydale High to help out troubled teens as a counselor. We’re betting the number of ”troubled teens” quadrupled within her first week.
John Cusack, could embody both heroism and darkness: “I wanted someone who could show all the demons but ultimately you would connect with him. People respond to him, but I also thought in the character of John Cusack there’s a darker side.” director James McTeigue
Whoooooa Jem! She’s truly outrageous! Truly, truly, truly outrageous! But, come on, is she really? Without the rest of her band, the Holograms, Jem would just be some crazy lady in Diablo Cody’s dreams that has multiple personalities and speaks to inanimate objects on her ear, homeskillet.
So which Hologram is cooler than the title character?
“He fits the ears, and he’s got some very nice feet,” Jackson says of his Bilbo. ”I think he’s got the biggest hobbit feet we’ve had so far. They’re a little bit hard to walk in, but he’s managed to figure out the perfect hobbit gait.”—
"The Seven Dwarfs are more of a handicap than anything. Everybody has a different take on dwarfs. Dwarfs are funny/they’re not funny. Dwarfs are creepy/they’re not creepy. Kids like them/kids don’t like them. So I have to have a take on that. Dwarfs are not the thing that make the film easy. They make it difficult. Do you take [regular sized] people and shrink them? That’s been talked about for a very long time."
“In short, your new Miss USA is a godless ginger-vampire reefer queen who spends her leisure time reading books about the British monarchy and watching a show about decapitation, incest, and dragon boobs. We salute her. True, Campanella is actually a blonde. But she openly admits that her red hair is fake. And in the end, isn’t that the real truth?”—EW’s hilarious summary of the New Miss USA. (via camewiththeframe)
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Vulture caught up with Lance Bass who had this to say about one of the six reality shows he just sold.
“It’s a really great music show, starring all your favorite boy bands. It’s going to be really fun,” Bass says. “I got a member from Backstreet Boys, A.J. McLean. A member from *NSYNC, Joey Fatone. A member from New Kids on the Block, Joe McIntyre. And a member from New Edition, Bobby Brown. They’re all going to form a boy band, each, from the most talented guys in America that I’ve scouted, and then they’ll go head-to-head in a competition to see who the best band is, so it’s bragging rights for the guy in the group, for sure.”
He went on to say Brown isn’t officially signed on. Also, this sounds kind of like The Voice meets Making the Band.
A.K.A. a show we will obviously watch every episode of.
“Yes, the Oscars can, and should, evolve. But right now, when movies, rather than dominating the culture front and center as they once did, look more and more like just one additional entertainment choice amid a brain-frazzlingly eclectic multi-media cosmos, I think it’s a big mistake for the Academy Awards ceremony to be in a perpetual neurotic state of reinventing itself, giving its Best Picture rules a new perm every other year. It looks arbitrary and vacillating, it reduces the Oscars more and more to being just One More Awards Show (rather than the awards show), and besides, it’s sort of like fussing with Christmas. You can’t really make it better; you can just make it less.”—Owen Gleiberman decries the Oscars’ latest attempt to switch things up, arguing that the awards show is thisclose to losing its identity.