It might just be 2009's most anticipated movie, and if "Watchmen" is half as good as it's classic source material, it could become the best superhero movie of all time. So, for more reasons than usual, it was a thrill to recently bump into the stunningly sexy Carla Gugino — meeting up on the red carpet at the recent SAG Awards, we were both excited to break her silence and engage in some red-hot, non-embargoed Sally Jupiter action.
"It was really one of the craziest, most fun roles I've ever gotten to play," marveled the "Sin City" star, cast as the burlesque dancer who proves to be the most PR-savvy of the complex superheroes. "I start at 25 years old in the 1940s, and I age to 67 years old with full prosthetics in the 1980s. [Sally] is a larger-than-life character. She's a costumed crime fighter, but her idea of a costume is very Bettie Page-meets-[Alberto] Vargas." Read More...
I've got a fever, and the only prescription is more links of the day – back again with news on Ellen Page, "The A-Team," "The Princess and the Frog," and more.
- All hail the new roller girl! Writer lets slip that Ellen Page is set to star in roller derby coming of age story "Whip It." (Film School Rejects)
- John Singleton to love it when his plan comes together. Director hopes to cast Woody Harrelson as Murdock in "The A-Team." (Collider)
- Princess Tiana dreams of true love in this first look at Disney's traditionally animated 2009 feature "The Princess and the Frog." (Coming Soon)
- "Ghost World" screenwriter Dan Clowes to write Michel Gondry's animated movie. (/film)
- "Pulp Fiction" screenwriter Roger Avary arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter. (AP)
- Steven Spielberg, George Clooney, Bono among celebrities wishing Bill Gates a fond farewell in this funny retirement video. (Reelz)