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There are only bits and pieces of new footage in this one, but I like the shot of Kunis in what I guess will be her look when she reclaims the throne.
Remember back in November when the following movie poster was tweeted by Midtown Comics? A movie poster for a Wonder Twins movie starring Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis… Well, thanks to Marc Nobleman we may finally know what it was about. …
The trailer was released earlier this week, and here are some things we noticed about it.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher to play the Wonder Twins – for pretend, on a poster, at least.
Four new character posters for Guillame Canet’s seventies crime drama.
Director Guillame Canet co-wrote Blood Ties with James Gray, and judging from this trailer, it was the right combination for this tone, setting and genre. This is right in Gray’s wheelhouse.
Why there won’t be a Dorothy in the next Disney Oz movie.
I’m not sure these can be considered a spoiler for reasons I can explain, but let’s have a look at them anyway.
Is Sean Bean headed to the planet of the dwarves? Maybe?
Disney have recently manufactured some appropriate confusion as to whether it’s Rachel Weisz or Mila Kunis playing The Wicked Witch of the West in Oz the Great and Powerful.
Rachel Weisz vs. Mila Kunis vs. the artist’s impression.
A candy coloured fantasia that should look quite incredible on a giant cinema screen.
Mila Kunis appears to be in two places at once and all of James Francos friends are rather short.
Also starring a China Girl, three witches, and an amazing hat.
She’s a mean, green pointy hat wearing machine.
Ahead of tomorrow’s UK release of Ted, we had Patrick Dane take a look at the film for us. This was his more or less immediate response. I was going to ‘sleep on it’ before I wrote this review but …
The title character in Ted is a motion capture creation with the voice, and as you’ll see, the candy-fellating, cash register-humping moves of writer-director Seth MacFarlane. I fear this video will be NSFW in some places. Shame really, because he’s …