Trailers – Happy 2012 New Year from TGN!
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If the first images of Johnny Depp as Barnabas Collins in “Dark Shadows” had you worried that it was going to be another one of Depp’s “weird,” post-Jack Sparrow paycheck roles, then watch the new trailer for the film immediately. Showing a spark that he hasn’t had since, arguably, the first “Pirates of the Caribbean” film, Depp brings just the right bit of eccentricity to Tim Burton’s adaptation of the… Continue reading 'Dark Shadows' Trailer: Johnny Depp, Tim Burton Team For Best '70s-Set Vampire Comedy Of The Year?
The Cabin in the Woods is one of the most unforgettable horror movies you will ever see. Though, that’s not to confuse it with one of the absolute best horror movies you will ever see. Now, adding that caveat is not to imply that the film, written by Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard (and directed by the latter), isn’t good enough to… Continue reading 'The Cabin in the Woods' SXSW Review: The Most Purely Entertaining Movie of the Year So Far
Looks like you can throw another shrimp on the barbie for Geoffrey Rush! (Alternate hack stock Australian cliche: THAT’S a knife!)
The “King’s Speech” actor was named Australian Of The Year 2012. Not letting his Oscar, BAFTA, Tony, Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Award usurp his love of his hometown, Rush has been an active patron of the Australian arts, in addition to being the ambassador for the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra… Continue reading Geoffrey Rush Named Australian Of The Year 2012
Another awards season, another round of complaints that there are few good roles for actresses, unless you’re Meryl Streep. And yet, this year’s awards-hopeful movies featured terrific performances by actresses in a wide variety of multifaceted roles. If anything, the 2011 crop of potential Best Actresses and Best Supporting Actresses include fully realized female characters who are much more fascinating than their male counterparts.
Actress Robin Wright (herself criminally overlooked for… Continue reading Best Actresses: Was 2011 the Year of the Woman?