Old man strength on full display.
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Old man strength on full display.
The prank war began with a bubble-gum lined helmet, and ended in a hostage situation.
Assembling a team of puppet action heroes to destroy/save the world (and piss of Sean Penn) is easier said than done.
Reese Witherspoon will win that Oscar even if she has to take heroin and live in the woods.
Ten talented Hollywood actors who might fit the 'True Detective' profile, and whose schedules would make doing the series possible.
It's Sean Penn's greatest performance yet: giving the world Dylan Penn.
At long last, we have a full trailer for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and to quote Derek Zoolander, it.
THIS WEEK IN POSTERS - <a href="filmdrunk.uproxx.com/tag/this-week-in-posters" target="_blank">This Week in Posters</a> & Stills is our weekly round-up (and critique) of all the <a href="filmdrunk.uproxx.com/tag/posters" target="_blank">posters</a>, <a href="filmdrunk.uproxx.com/tag/publicity-stills" target="_blank">publicity stills</a>, one-sheets, and set photos that hit in the previous week, a nice little early preview of what's to come in the movie world.
These days, Brad Cooper is a world-famous, preposterously handsome actor nominated for best actor at this Sunday's Oscars for his work running around in a garbage bag in Silver Linings Playbook.
The market that once existed for indie movies that broke people like Kevin Smith and Quentin Tarantino mostly died with the economy, and these days, the big studios only care about the "potential franchise" movies, which is understandable, but shortsighted (a point <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/08/a-rebuttal-for-the-disney-exec-who-said-story-aint-sht" target="_blank">I've made</a> more here than once) in terms of maintaining film's long-term cultural relevancy.
Due out on September 7, Gangster Squad technically doesn’t qualify as a summer blockbuster, but it’s most likely going to produce like one at the box office.
So I just read a <a href="http://www.cnn.com/2011/09/23/showbiz/sean-penn-hikers/index.html?iref=allsearch" target="_blank">CNN story</a> entitled "Sean played a role in hikers' release from Iran.
(*graciously accepts Oscar for 'Lamest Pun Headline'*) Oh thank you, thank you, no, no, please, you're too kind.
In This Must be the Place, Sean Penn plays a creepy, possibly-retarded aging rock singer who talks in a baby voice (see trailer below), who sets out to find the ex-Nazi who tortured his father (seriously).
The <a href="http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/penn_to_direct_GBM1yrfhXgHZ3qm5iSpxBN#ixzz1PMrRS2w3">New York Post</a> reports that Sean Penn has signed on to direct The Comedian, a script co-written by <a href="http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0513165/#writer" target="_blank">Art Linson</a> and Roastmaster General Jeffrey Ross, with Robert Deniro attached to star.
Terrence Malick's Tree of Life plays Cannes in just a few days, and opens in limited release in the US May 27th.
Question marks in the headline mean only one thing: EjacuSpeculation time.
Terrence Malick is famous for directing artsy movies where you may not have any idea what they're about, but you know damn sure that the camera is going to slowly pan across atmospheric shots that look super pretty.
If you thought <a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/download2007_2.jpg" target="_blank">Robert Smith</a> from The Cure was ugly, you're probably puking in your mouth from the sight of Sean Penn's impression of him in This Must Be the Place.