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New Snow White And The Huntsman Videos Give Us A Look At Costumes, Characters And The Kingdom
While the Tarsem Singh directed Mirror Mirror hits theaters in a matter of weeks, Rupert Sandersí Snow White and the Huntsman wonít release into theaters until June 1. Weíve seen some bits and pieces of the movie in the various sneak peeks that have been released, and now there are three more videos, which give us a better look at the story, the characters and the costumes.
Jimmy Kimmel Live Shares Blooper Reel For Movie The Movie Trailer
You may have already seen the seemingly never-ending star-studded movie trailer for faux film Movie: The Movie, which aired during the special post-Academy Awards episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. Much like many of Kimmelís funnier segments, the trailer has gone viral on YouTube and heís since released a blooper reel that gives us a look at some of the funnier slip-ups during the filming of the trailer.
A Look Behind The Scenes Of The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 will make its way into theaters in a little over a month. For those of you who have been indulging in every morsel of content released for the film while you count down to November 18th, thereís a new video with a behind-the-scenes look at the movie. Be warned though, if you havenít read the book, spoilers ahead!
Real Steel TV Spot Shows More Robot Fighting, Hints At A Comeback Story
If Real Steel turns out to be what itís selling in these promos, we could be looking at a film about human spirit and inner strength as demonstrated through the body of a big, punching robot. In that respect, Eminemís ďTil I Collapse,Ē which touches on the subject of inner strength, is most definitely a fitting song to play over the sequence of scenes shown in this TV spot.
Footloose Clip Reveals The Rules About Dancing And Bandanas
Chris Penn had some of the best scenes in the original Footloose. A sidekick by nature, he was opinionated, he couldnít dance, and he didnít know who Men at Work were, but he was honest and proved to be a loyal friend. Miles Teller has some big shoes to fill if his Willard is going to live up to the original. Judging by this video, he'll be just fine in the role.