Scarlett Johansson grabbed a lot of headlines coming out of the Toronto Film Festival for her haunting and revealing role as a mysterious woman, preying on the men she picks up. Now "Under the Skin" has a new trailer.
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Can you feel it in the air? That's the fall movie season coming your way, packed with interesting movies like "Her," the new film from Spike Jonze, who directed "Where the Wild Things Are" and "Adaptation."
"Her" tells the story of Theodore (Joaquin Phoenix), a lonely man still damaged after a serious heartbreak, who develops a relationship with the disembodied voice of his new hyper-intelligent computer operating system (Scarlett Johansson).
As the two get to know each other, Theodore finds himself falling for someone that doesn't exist in the real world, and we wouldn't expect anything else from the wonderfully twisted mind of Jonze, who has seemingly once again presented an unusual story in an undeniably beautiful way.
The first trailer for "Her" gives you a good sense of what Jonze is going for here, and the performances look uniformly great. Are you excited for fall movie season yet? Because we sure are.
Watch the first trailer for "Her" after the jump!
The first clip from JGL's directorial debut just went online. It has Scarlett Johansson and Tony Danza— oh, you're already watching it. I don't really have anything else to say.
Also, Steve Carell takes us behind the scenes of "Despicable Me 2" in today's Dailies!
Luc Besson has found a new butt-kicking lady to lead his next film: Scarlett Johansson. The "Don Jon's Addiction" actress is in final negotiations to play the main character in Besson's next film, "Lucy."
The action thriller is about a woman forced to become a mule for a drug that ends up transforming her into someone with superhuman powers, The Hollywood Reporter explains. According to the site, the female character can "absorb knowledge instantaneously, is able to move objects with her mind and can't feel pain and other discomforts."
One of the first things that may pop into your head while watching Joseph Gordon-Levitt's performance in his directorial debut and Sundance darling "Don Jon's Addiction" is "Jersey Shore."
But when MTV News' Josh Horowitz asked about the connection to the recently concluded reality show, the "Dark Knight Rises" star pleaded ignorance.
"I had never seen Jersey Shore when I wrote it, and when I became aware of the similarities, I did watch it. Sorry, I could only get through one of them," Gordon-Levitt said. "That archetype goes back way further than 'Jersey Shore,' whether you're talking about 'Rocky' or 'Saturday Night Fever,' or Tough Tony."
The first image from Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut "Don Jon's Addiction" hit the web along with the announcement of its placement on the Sundance line-up.
Also, learn what you get when you combine board games and Quentin Tarantino in today's Dailies!
Regardless of how you feel about the new movie "Hitchcock," you have to admit that Anthony Hopkins does a very impressive Alfred Hitchcock impersonation.
His performance is at the center of the great new international trailer for the movie that hit the web today. This spot puts the focus on the making of "Psycho" instead of on Hitchcock's relationship with his wife like the last trailer did. Both storylines are interesting, but at least in this take we get a better look at the shower scene, replete with Scarlett Johansson's impressive version of Janet Leigh's death scene. That alone had us on board with this film.
A few weeks ago, "Hitchcock," the new film about the making of "Psycho," surprised with an awards qualifying release date, and now the movie, which is scheduled to open on November 23, is ramping up its publicity campaign.
A new poster for "Hitchcock" (via Entertainment Weekly features the star-studded cast in a very "Psycho"-inspired lay at. Though the print includes the likes of Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Biel, Anthony Hopkins, with an uncanny Hitchcock resemblance, and Helen Mirren as his wife, Alma, take center stage.
The first trailer for "Hitchcock" should hit sometime tomorrow, but for now, you can enjoy the full poster after the jump!
We sure hope that Matt Damon's character in "We Bought A Zoo" played a lot of Dino Park Tycoon. If he intends on running a zoo, he might be able to use that knowledge. Then again he does proudly proclaim in the just-released trailer that "the sellers say you don't even need any special knowledge to own a zoo, what you need is a lot of heart."
Well, this film certainly seems to have a lot of it. The Christmas release, from director Cameron Crowe, boasts an all-star cast, led by Damon with assists from the likes of Thomas Haden Church and Scarlett Johansson. And while we're unsure how much a zoo actually costs, Damon, a widowed dad with two kids, and his motley crew seem pretty intent that they can make it work with the funds that he's got.
We already know that David O. Russell's adaptation of "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune" will star Mark Wahlberg in the title role and, with any luck, Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci as two members of his fortune-seeking family.
But it won't be an entirely testosterone driven affair, as Russell told MTV News on the red carpet of the 83rd Annual Academy Awards that he's looking to cast some pivotal female roles.
"There's going to be some women," he said. "Listen, there's going to be romance and sex, I promise! Otherwise, I'm not interested! That's why I love Amy Adams and Melissa Leo and the sisters in 'The Fighter.'"