DESPICABLE ME 2 TRAILER POSTER – A brand new trailer and poster for Despicable Me 2 have been released today. The trailer starts out with Gru (Steve Carell) tucking the girls into bed for night then the next day, we get our first look at Kristin Wiig as Lucy Wild of the Anti-Villain League. Continue Reading
GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL SCHEDULE – Film lovers, rejoice! Glasgow Film Festival today announced its most ambitious schedule yet: bookended by two very different romantic comedies, kicking off on Valentine’s Day and ending on the night of the 85th Academy Awards.
Supported by Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, Creative Scotland and EventScotland, with 368 screenings, panel discussions, live performances and special events, this is the most extensive Glasgow Film Festival program to date. Continue Reading
NEW DESPICABLE ME 2 TRAILER- A brand new teaser trailer for Despicable Me 2 has been released today, marking the end of a long awaited inside look at the anticipated sequel. Although no further plot information has been released for the film , it has been said that the sequel will include more interactions within the group of minions, who assist the mad scientist turned father, Gru (Steve Carell). Continue Reading
RUBY SPARKS BEHIND THE SCENES (Video) – What would you do if the girl you were writing about suddenly came to life? Find out Calvin’s (Paul Dano) reaction when his character Ruby (Zoe Kazan) goes from paper to walking the streets. Continue Reading
STEVE COOGAN RUBY SPARKS INTERVIEW (Video) – Steve Coogan plays Langdon in Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris‘ comedy Ruby Sparks. The story of a struggling novelist Calvin, who finds romance in a most unusual way, when he creates a female character he thinks will love him, who comes to life. Continue Reading
RUBY SPARKS PREMIERE (Exclusive Video) - The cast members and co-directors of the upcoming romantic comedy Ruby Sparks appeared at the film’s premiere held at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. Stars Zoe Kazan, Paul Dano, Chris Messina, Deborah Ann Woll, Toni Tucks, and co-directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris spoke about what they want their audience to take away from the film as well as its genre bending capability. Continue Reading