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The 30 Most Anticipated Movies of 2011


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30. On The Road


Studio: American Zoetrope

Director: Walter Salles (The Motorcycle Diaries)

Cast: Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Kristen Stewart, Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen, Amy Adams, Steve Buscemi, Terrence Howard

Scheduled Release Date: TBD



This film adaptation of the Jack Kerouac novel of the same name has been in the works since 1957 when Jack Kerouac wrote a letter to Marlon Brando asking if he’d take one of the two leads but didn’t get a response. Warner Brothers offered $110,000 for the rights but his agent turned it down, hoping Paramount would snag it for $50k more. Francis Ford Coppola bought the rights in 1979. In 1995, the filmmaker held auditions then tried to write the malware script removed but it fell through. Several years later, he tried again with Ethan Hawke and Brad Pitt to no avail. In ’01, Coppola planned to make the film with Joel Schumacher, Billy Crudup and Colin Farrell but no dice. A movie 53 years in the making? It’s gotta be good!







29. Now


Studio: Twentieth Century Fox

Director: Andrew Niccol (Lord of War, Gattaca, Truman Show)

Cast: Olivia Wilde, Jonny Gilecki, Cillian Murphy, Amanda Seyfried, Justin Timberlake

Scheduled Release Date: 9/30/11



Set in the near future when eggheads have figured out how to turn off the aging gene and time LITERALLY equals money, this story follows a poor young man who comes into a fortune of time but still can’t help his mother from dying. He ends up on the run from a corrupt cop squad known as ‘time keepers’. Tron’s Olivie Wilde and Red Riding Hood’s Amanda Seyfried in the same movie? I don’t even think JT is ready for that jelly.







28. Apollo 18


Studio: Dimension Films

Director: Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego

Cast: N/A

Scheduled Release Date: 3/4/11



A film about “the real mission to space in the 1970s that was canceled by NASA”. At first, I glossed over this because I thought it was a sequel to Apollo 13 then I thought maybe this is a documentary, but then I noticed the poster. Hellooooooooooo, alien footprint! Not much else is known about this sci-fi horror thriller and as Martha would say, that’s a good thing. We’re hoping it’s shrouded in secrecy, providing us with cryptic leaks leading up its release a la Cloverfield. It also appears to be the first English feature length film from Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego and IMDB doesn’t list any other cast members, but we’re going all in on this being a sleeper hit.







27. The Help


Studio: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Director: Tate Taylor (Pretty Ugly People)

Cast: Emma Stone, Bryce Dallas Howard, Sissy Spacek, Allison Janey

Scheduled Release Date: 8/11/11



This drama is based on the bestselling 2009 novel by Kathryn Stockett and follows three intertwining stories about “the help” in early ’60s Jackson, Mississippi: Viola Davis plays a middle-aged maid who raised three white children and recently lost her only son, Octavia Spencer plays a maid who has often offended her employers despite her family’s struggles with money and her desperate need for jobs; and Emma Stone plays a young woman who has recently moved back home after graduating college to find out her childhood maid has mysteriously disappeared. Emma’s the… ugh… “IT GIRL” of the moment and looks like Lindsay Lohan. Only difference is this movie will put her on the most wanted list and vault her to next echelon of actors (if that’s possible) whereas Lindsay is busy denying she’s high and/or drunk.



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26. A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas


Studio: New Line Cinema

Director: Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg

Cast: Kal Penn, John Cho, Danneel Harris, Paula Garces, Neil Patrick Harris

Scheduled Release Date: Christmas 2011



I know what you’re thinking: How far can a franchise featuring the stoner duo of the 21st century possibly go? First, White Castle then Guantanamo Bay. They’ve pretty much covered everything, right? Much like other classic comedies which preceded it – the Ernest Goes To… series and National Lampoon’s Vacation line – Roldy and Kumie still must tackle Christmas. $10 says there’s a joke about smoking mistletoe.







25. We Bought A Zoo


Studio: Twentieth Century Fox

Director: Cameron Crowe (Almost Famous, Jerry Maguire)

Cast: Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson, Elle Fanning

Scheduled Release Date: 12/23/11



This is Cameron Crowe’s first movie since 2005′s Elizabethtown. This dramedy is based on the memoir, “We Bought a Zoo: The Amazing True Story of a Young Family, a Broken Down Zoo, and the 200 Wild Animals That Changed Their Lives Forever”. It follows a father and former DIY columnist for the Guardian who used his family’s life savings to buy a zoo in the English countryside and fill it with 200 exotic animals facing extinction. The real zoo was forced to close to the public in April 2006, but was purchased by the Mee family who reopened the zoo to the public in July 2007. It was the subject of a four part television documentary and was shown on BBC Two in November and December of that year. .You might’ve seen it on Nat Geo Wild throughout May 2010. How many jokes will we hear about ScarJo being uncaged in the coming year?







24. Rise of the Apes


Studio: 20th Century Fox

Director: Rupert Wyatt

Cast: James Franco

Scheduled Release Date: 6/24/2011



The prequel to Planet of the Apes will feature James Franco as a genetic engineer whose work on the cure for Alzheimer’s leads to an inter-species battle for global dominance. I’ve always wondered what the hyper evolved and intelligent Planet of the Apes apes think of a gorilla like Amy from the movie Congo. Like is she considered to be the Timmy from South Park or Corky from Life Goes On? I saw Tim Burton’s remake of Planet of the Apes with Mark Wahlberg and Helena Bonham Carter in the theaters and I dug it when the leader of the funky bunch wasn’t panting and breathing heavily every scene. Who would you have in a nostril flaring contest – Franco or Wahlberg? Say hi to your mother for me.



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23. Horrible Bosses


Studio: Warner Brothers

Director: Seth Gordon (“King of Kong”, November 2010′s “Freakonomics”)

Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, Jamie Foxx, Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day

Scheduled Release Date: 7/29/2011



Talk about WB bringing out the big guns for this dark comedy – they’ve assembled the dynamic duo from the Miami Vice remake (Farrell and Foxx), the “Wild Card” from “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” (Charlie Day), SNL’s Joe Biden and Brett Favre (Jason Sudeikis), and Dark Comedy Knight Master Bateman. Topping it off is leading lady in every romcom ever, cougalicious Jen Aniston playing “her raunchiest role yet.” How can you miss it? I’ve been saying for years that you have to unleash her inner ho. Every trailer you see with Aniston you know A) she’s gonna pout B) she’ll have her heart-broken and C) it’s not her fault or if it is you’ll empathize with her because of A and B. You want to tap into the American male market? Go flip mode on us. Give bad girls gone good and good girls gone bad. Lady – street. Freak — bed. I want to bathe in this laugh riot soup and dry off in a d*ck towel. Oh, the plot features “three friends who hate their jobs and decide to murder each other’s bosses.” Like a darker version of “Nine To Five” but with d00dz. Count me in.







22. Real Steel


Studio: Disney

Director: Shawn Levy (Date Night, Night at the Museum 1 & 2, Cheaper by the Dozen, Just Married)

Cast: Evangeline Lilly, Kevin Durand, Hugh Jackman, Hope Davis

Scheduled Release Date: 11/18/2011



The title and the premise of this boxing drama pump me the F up. I mean, it’s Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots for adults! Then, I saw that Disney is distributing it and I sharted, then stabbed myself. Hey Mouse House, you don’t have to apply a 15th coat of sugar to make something inspirational and emotional. Here’s to hoping Evangeline Lilly goes back to her Lost roots and does the love triangle thing with Durand (also on Lost, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) and Jackman. Considering director Shawn Levy’s track record, be prepared for a toothache. Still, the possibilities! If you had Fincher or Eastwood behind the camera and Warner Brothers distributing, this would put Terminator to shame.



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21. The Adjustment Bureau


Studio: Universal Pictures

Director: George Nolfi (The Bourne Ultimatum, Oceans 12, The Sentinel)

Cast: Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, John Slattery

Scheduled Release Date: 3/4/2011



The story is loosely based on the Philip K. Dick short story “Adjustment Team”, and will feature a smooth-talking congressman played by Matt Damon whose political future is thrown in doubt by uncontrollable events and the arrival of a mysterious ballerina played by Emily Blunt. Strange circumstances keep them from becoming romantically involved and the politician discovers greater forces are at work to keep them apart. Could this be the next Inception? We’re betting it will be a solid addition to our list of best Mindf*** Movies. A Beautiful Mind meets Inception meets The Good Shepherd.



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20. Source Code


Studio: The Mark Gordon Company

Director: Duncan Jones (Moon, Whistle, Mute)

Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga

Scheduled Release Date: 4/1/2011



Jaken Gyllenhaal plays a soldier who’s sent into the body of a civilian aboard a train in the last eight minutes of his life and forced to relive the incident over and over again until he can find out who is responsible for its bombing and how to prevent the next terrorist attack from occurring. Basically, it’s like watching someone play a video game in which the player has unlimited lives but must conquer the level before time expires. Sort of like Avatar meets Surrogates meets Super Mario Brothers.







19. Red Dawn


Studio: MGM

Director: Dan Bradley (1st feature length film)

Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Adrianne Palicki, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Josh Hutcherson, Josh Peck, Isabel Lucas

Scheduled Release Date: TBD



This remake of the 1984 classic will have the Wolverines fending off a Chinese invasion instead of the Russians. Thor-to-be Chris Hemsworth should bring some much needed firepower while Friday Night Light‘s Adrianne Palicki and the hottie turned robottie in Transformers Revenge of the Fallen, Isabel Lucas, should distract you from bugging out in the theater. You’ll also see Isabel in Immortals - hopefully this a sign of things to come for the Australian lass.







18. Your Highness


Studio: Universal Pictures

Director: David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express, All the Real Girls, George Washington)

Cast: Natalie Portman, Zooey Deschanel, James Franco, Danny McBride

Scheduled Release Date: 4/8/2011



We gave you a sneak peek when a new red-band trailer released that featured glimpses of then single and NOT preggers Natalie Portman in a thong. Danny McBride and James Franco play two princes on a mission to rescue Franco’s fiancee played by the forever cute Zooey Deschanel. McBride’s the party animal prince while Franco’s character is the golden boy heir apparent. They’re joined by Natalie Portman’s character, an elusive warrior with a dangerous agenda of her own. Hopefully, this is less like Black Knight and more of better version of Pineapple Express meets A Knight’s Tale.







17. The Rum Diary


Studio: GK Films

Director: Bruce Robinson

Cast: Johnny Depp, Amber Heard, Aaron Eckhart, and Giovanni Ribisi

Scheduled Release Date: TBD



We actually included this on our list of the Most Anticipated Movies of 2010, as it started development in late March 2009. Now that it’s in post, we can safely assume it will get a 2011 release. Based on the Hunter S. Thompson novel of the same name, this adventure follows Johnny Depp as a journalist who travels to Puerto Rico to write for The San Juan Star. He eventually gets hooked on drinking rum and becomes obsessed with a woman played by Amber Heard. Couple things here: A) Amber’s gay. B) How much of Jack Sparrow will Depp channel for this role? Jack Sparrow trying to knock booty with a hot lesbian? Sold!







16. Green Lantern


Studio: Warner Brothers

Director: Martin Campbell (GoldenEye, Casino Royale, Edge of Darkness)

Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Mark Strong, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard, Tim Robbins

Scheduled Release Date: 6/17/2011



The Green Hornet comes out in January, a month riddled with notoriously bad movies, so of the two “Green” superheroes, we’re siding with Green Lantern. Seems like every time you have movies closely mirroring each other – even on the most simplistic level (in this case, superheroes and the color green) – you confuse people. Dante’s Peak vs. Volcano in 1997, Deep Impact vs Armageddon in 1998, Aladdin vs. Prince of Persia Sands of Time. The list goes on. Yes, the dedicated hoards of fanboys expressed their allegiances, but what about the sheep? Who’s more bad-ass: a dude who wears a ring (every fist begins with ‘F’?) to give him powers or the guy with the Asian sidekick? Lantern has a more conventional superhero blockbuster aesthetic with Ryan Reynolds and his superheroic physique combined with a summer release some six months after people hopefully (for Lantern) forget Hornet. With Reynolds also starring in Deadpool, which is rumored to release in 2011, will (simpler) audiences have trouble following? Seeing as Chris Evans can be the Human Torch and Captain America, I guess studios think they won’t. Many critics feel this shouldn’t be a movie. Do you agree?



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15. Contagion


Studio: Warner Bros.

Director: Steven Soderbergh (Michael Clayton, Syriana)

Cast: Matt Damon, Kate Winslet, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Marion Cotillard, Laurence Fishburne

Scheduled Release Date: 10/21/2011



Contagion is “an action-thriller centered on the threat posed by a deadly disease and an international team of doctors contracted by the CDC to deal with the outbreak”, will come at ya in three dimensions. I can’t find anything wrong with this cast and Soderbergh always does a fantastic job of making me ask, “Is this real life?” like I’m a kid fresh out of dental surgery. My gut says this could be the next Children of Men, which has some of the most intensely real action scenes I’ve ever witnessed.



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14. The Muppets


Studio: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Director: James Bobin (Mugged, Sally, A Good Opportunity)

Cast: Amy Adams, Paul Rudd, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Segal, Emily Blunt, Jack Black, Danny Trejo

Scheduled Release Date: 10/21/2011



This movie has a laundry list of rumored cast members including Jack Black, Katy Brand (nee Perry), The Hangover‘s Ed Helms, Billy Crystal, Lady Gaga, Machete‘s Danny Trejo, Mickey Rooney, Glee’s Jane Lynch, and JCVD himself, Jean Claude Van Damme. Confirmed cast members include Talladega Night‘s Amy Adams, Paul Rudd, Rashida Jones, Ricky Gervais, and Zach Galifianakis. This is very dear and personal project for screenwriter and actor Jason Segel who co-wrote the movie with Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get Him to the Greek director Nick Stoller. If FSM was any indication of Segel & Stoller’s puppet hilarity then we’re in for a good show.



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13. Immortals


Studio: Universal

Director: Tarsem Singh

Cast: Mickey Rourke, Kellan Lutz, Isabel Lucas, Henry Cavill, John Hurt, Stephen Dorff

Scheduled Release Date: 11/11/2011



Director Tarsem Singh’s last recognizable directing credit was a trippy mindf*ck about a psychotherapist called The Cell starring Jennifer Lopez. I had seizures watching the trailer and that was just from J Lo’s booty. Imagine what he can do with Mickey Rourke, Rourke’s affinity for unusual looking animals, and Greek mythology. On a side note, is Dorff vying for Comeback Actor of the Year? I might suffer from Dorfferload. Ew. I could never date Isabel Lucas. I’d be too worried our car would crash or she’d turn into a deception, which in turn would probably make our car crash. Either way, I don’t have insurance.



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12. X-Men: First Class


Studio: 20th Century Fox

Director: Matthew Vaughn (Kick-Ass, Layer Cake)

Cast: Aaron Johnson, James McAvoy

Scheduled Release Date: 6/3/2011



Out of all the Origins stories Marvel could tell in the X-Men franchise, I’m not too keen on Professor Wheelchair and Magnet Man. We saw a glimpse of Magneto’s origins in the first X-Men and I don’t exactly remember Sir Charles X ever getting the back story treatment. Matt Vaughn, who directed cult favorite Kick-Ass (that already has a sequel announced), will helm this project and it’s rumored his male lead in Kick-Ass Aaron Johnson will play Magneto while Wanted’s James McAvoy takes time out of his schedule to stop bending bullets with his gun and starts bending bullets with his mind. Mind control versus metal control. Mental vs. Metal. Brian vs. Bronze. Come to think of it, I’m getting more and more pumped with these opponents. I personally enjoyed seeing the evolution of Wolverine and Sabertooth from brothers to mortal enemies, but that deconstruction was muscle-backed physicality whereas this is more of high octane chess game.



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11. Moneyball


Studio: Columbia Pictures

Director: Bennett Miller (Capote, The Cruise)

Cast: Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, Robin Wright, Phillip Seymour Hoffman

Scheduled Release Date: 9/23/11



This is the film adaptation of Michael Lewis’ 2003 book. It follows the story of Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane who assembled the team by using computer-generated analysis and overlooked statistics. Brad Pitt will play Beane and other cast members include Jonah Hill, Robin Wright, and Philip Seymour Hoffman as then A’s manager Art Howe. Unless PSH loses a ton of weight, grows 6 inches (not in the pants) and dyes his hair, I don’t really see how he’s a good fit as Howe. Even Pitt as Beane is a bit off. If they can duplicate The Blind Side’s formula for success, expect an Oscar nod or three.







10. Captain America: The First Avenger


Studio: Paramount Pictures

Director: Joe Johnston (The Wolfman, Hidalgo, Jurassic Park III, Jumanji, The Rocketeer)

Cast: Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Hugo Weaving, Tommy Lee Jones, Stanley Tucci, Hugo Weaving

Scheduled Release Date: 7/22/2011



The jury’s still out on Chris Evans as superhero just as it is for Ryan Reynolds. These actors are known for their quirky expressions and comedic chops, so to take them seriously as saviors is, well, going to take a heroic effort. I mean, when he saves the woman I fully expect him either rip a fart or sneeze on her. In case you’re unfamiliar with the Admiral USA story, it follows a soldier who’s discharged from military service and decides to volunteer for a top-secret research project, which ultimately turns him into the red, white, and blue brute you see to the left. America’s taken a real bad rap of late, so maybe this will turn the world’s POV around. I mean, I think even America hates America at this point. Should be nice to see a little pro-USA propaganda again. Joe Johnston’s track record is suspect, but it’s hard to f up a film with Samuel L. Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones.



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9. Battle: Los Angeles


Studio: Columbia Pictures

Director: Jonathan Liebesman (Darkness Falls, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning)

Cast: Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriquez, Michael Pena, Bridget Moynahan

Scheduled Release Date: 2/18/2011



This real-time war movie about a marine platoon’s defense against an alien invasion has been described as Black Hawk Down meets Independence Day. Sign. Me. Up. Tell me the soundtrack is Rage Against the Machine‘s Battle of Los Angeles and I’ll pay you for two tickets right now. The movie is based on a mysterious event that happened in Los Angeles during World War II in which the US military spotted UFOs and shot some down then blamed it on Al Qaeda or something. The event was labeled as a “false alarm” with “war nerves” used as an excuse for unleashing absolute hellfire on some weather balloons. As anyone ever seen a weather balloon? I wouldn’t be caught dead in one of those suckers, you get yer ass split by military grade weaponry.



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8. Hugo Cabret


Studio: Columbia Pictures

Director: Martin Scorsese (Goodfellas, The Departed, Taxi Driver… the list goes on)

Cast: Asa Butterfield, Chloe Moretz, Jude Law, Sacha Baron Cohen, Ben Kingsley

Scheduled Release Date: 12/9/11



Let’s face it, Martin Scorsese rarely makes a bad movie and when he does, it usually involves Leonardo DiCaprio in one way or another.  And since Hugo Cabret is Marty’s first feature in 10 years Sans-Leo in a starring role, we’re banking it’s gonna be great.  Based on the award winning illustrated novel, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, it’s a story about a 12-year-old orphan who lives in the walls of a Paris train station in 1930 where his survival depends on secrets and anonymity.  It’s Scorcese’s first venture into the world of 3-D and promises to be a pretty fantastic journey.



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7. Cowboys & Aliens


Studio: Universal Pictures

Director: Jon Favreau (Iron Man 1 & 2, Elf)

Cast: Daniel Craig, Olivia Wilde, Harrison Ford, Sam Rockwell

Scheduled Release Date: 7/29/2011



Based on the graphic novel series of the same name, this sci-fi western focuses on what happens when seven strangers are picked to live in-house and have their lives taped, when they stop being polite and start getting real. No, actually, it’s what happens when aliens land in mid-1800s Arizona aiming to take over the world and end up dealing with Lone Rangers, Sundance Kids, Wild Bills, Roy Rogers, Fighting Illini, Braves, and the Tribe. This is like the David vs. Goliath of primitive versus advanced civilizations. This exquisite dish has all the right ingredients for blockbuster pie with a healthy chunks of James Bond (Daniel Craig), some Han Solo / Indiana Jones seasoning (Harrison Ford), and a squirt or five of hot (possibly alien) Olivia Wilde Wilde West.



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6. Girl With The Dragon Tattoo


Studio: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Director: David Fincher (The Social Network, Se7en, The Game, Benjamin Button)

Cast: Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, Robin Wright, Christopher Plummer

Scheduled Release Date: 12/11/2011



This is the American film adaptation of the novel of the award-winning crime novel by Swedish author and journalist Stieg Larsson, the first in his Millennium Trilogy, which became a best-selling series after his death in November 2004. It follows a middle-aged investigative journalist with the magazine Millennium who loses a Libel case against a corrupt Swedish industrialist and is sentenced to three months in jail. Unbeknownst to him, a troubled but brilliant 24-year-old hacker from a security firm keeps tabs on him while he looks into the murder of his former babysitter at the request of the rich industrialist. Murder. Intrigue. Rape. Cats. Dogs. Bulls. Bears. People from Connecticut. I haven’t met a girl yet who DOESN’T own this book. It’s a conversation starter and not a bad date movie. I know, rape in a date movie? What frat are you in?



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5. Sucker Punch


Studio: Warner Bros.

Director: Zack Snyder (Watchmen, 300, Dawn of the Dead)

Cast: Vanessa Hudgens, Carla Gugino, Jena Malone, Jon Hamm, Michael Jai White, Emily Browning

Scheduled Release Date: 3/25/2011



The producers describe this effort from Watchmen and 300 director Zack Snyder as “Alice in Wonderland with machine guns” that blends dragons, B-52 bombers, and brothels. Um, I really have to wait ’til next f’n March to see this? Story follows “Baby Doll” (Emily Browning) who is imprisoned by her evil stepfather in a mental institution where he’s planned to lobotomize her in 5 days. To escape, she enters an alternate reality where she has to collect 5 objects before getting caught by some gnarly dude. She’s joined by her inmates as her imagination helps her make way in real life only to have the lines blurred. If there’s not a massive honey-drenched nude wrestling match in this, I will take umbrage, Mr. Snyder. Vanessa Hudgens‘ casting kind of throws me off, but then I see Carla Gugino and Jena Malone and all is well. You better bring it Vanessa, and not in that cheerleader kind of way either.



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4. Red Riding Hood


Studio: Warner Bros.

Director: Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight, Lords of Dogtown, Thirteen)

Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman, Shiloh Fernandez, Carmen Lavigne, Jen Halley

Scheduled Release Date: 4/22/2011



Ever seen “Thirteen”? It stars Marilyn Manson plaything Evan Rachel Wood as bad ass jailbait who likes to steal stuff, take painkillers and get punched in the face. It’s heartwarming and uplifting. Anyway, Catherine Hardwicke directed that award-winning indie and now she has her sights set on lensing another adolescent girl, only this time the chick’s generally known in Fable Land as an airhead. Will David Johnson’s malware script removed give her more of an edge like this chick? Well, for starters she falls for an orphaned woodcutter (generally known as the bad boy of medieval townsfolk) and has to avoid / conquer a werewolf that terrorizes her village. Also, how awesome is Gary Oldman? he could play ever male role in this pic and nail it. Plus, film’s produced by Leo. That dude does not get involved in things that suck (unless it’s really really really smoking hot models).



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3. Thor


Studio: Paramount Pictures

Director: Kenneth Branagh (1996′s Hamlet, 1994′s Frankenstein, 1993′s Much Ado About Nothing, 1989′s Henry V)

Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Anthony Hopkins, Kat Dennings, Ray Stevenson, Rene Russo

Scheduled Release Date: 5/6/2011



I’m not comic book nerd, probably because I got ripped off on a bogus copy of Superman when I was in 6th grade, but, to me, Captain America ranks above Thor in popularity and awareness, yet this release seems to be hyped more. The movie poster alone gets the blood flowing. Kenneth Branagh as director? Interesting choice. He’s mostly helmed Shakesperean remakes, which I’d watch to skip reading the books/plays, but if he can bring that fiery acting intensity to a Hollywood blockbuster overflowing with CGI and special effects, you might be looking at the best Marvel pic of the bunch. If you’re only exposure to Thor is Adventures in Babysitting then you should probably know Thor is “a powerful but arrogant warrior whose reckless actions reignite an ancient war.” As punishment, he’s sent to Earth where he battles the most dangerous villain in the world, Spencer Pratt.



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2. Super 8


Studio: Paramount

Director: J.J. Abrams (Lost, Cloverfield)

Cast: None announced. Not even rumored! SICK!!

Scheduled Release Date: 2011



I have a confession to make. I want to have J.J. Abrams’ baby. Yes, this even comes after the clusterf*ck that was the Lost finale. I lost days, weeks, and months at a time at work trying to figure out what the HELL Cloverfield was. I never watched Alias but moving forward if you want me to watch something, throw his name out there. I’ll bite. Not convinced yet? Not a JJA fan? I have two words for you: Spiel Berg. That’s right, the man who molded my childhood will produce what is sure to give theater audiences simultaneous orgasms. In true Abrams fashion, he’s not letting cats any out of any bags. All beans will remain unspilled. The only elements confirmed are the setting (1979), the genre (sci-fi, supernatural, mystery), and this radtastic trailer:



 



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1. The Hangover 2


Studio: Warner Bros.

Director: Todd Phillips (Starsky & Hutch, Road Trip, Old School, Frat House, The Hangover)

Cast: Zach Galifinakis, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Heather Graham, Justin Bartha

Scheduled Release Date: 5/26/2011



It doesn’t matter where I am, who I’m with, or what I’m doing, if I see “The Hangover” is on pay cable, basic cable, or a poster ad in the subway, I’m watching it all the way through to the end. I’ve been a fan of Todd Phillips ever since 2000′s “Road Trip” and it’s been a bucket list item of mine to have one unforgettable cameo in one of his movies. The entire main cast is confirmed to return and rumor is Zach Efron makes an appearance. Well, if Vanessa Hudgens can be in a Zack Snyder film, I don’t see why Zef can’t get absolutely abused in Hangover 2. I mean, he needs to be kicked, punched, spat on, vomited on, peed on, dragged through garbage, and pushed to the absolute limit of human suffering for the audience to get on board with him being in the film. Then, he saves the day (by sacrificing his life). Mel Gibson was also attached at one point, but dropped out after creeping everyone out and was replaced by Liam Neeson, who will also be in Unknown, another good one to see.



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Written by dula, 1206 days permalink
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battle, Los angeles ...Thor....te 2 chiah khi en chak ka nei nia..nimin ah blackhawk down kha ka en a, hmuhnawm ka ti ve ang reng fu mai ka ti...19 US army leh 1000 somalians an thi a tia..casualty chu a in tam hleih fu ani !
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Hunawl a mamawh a nih hi..lol.. Ruaitheh zawh ah comment mai ang..
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Thor chhuak hmasa kha chu a va hmuhnawm loh mai mai tak e aw :D
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cowboy leh alien bakah super heroes ho khi ka en chak tawh lutuk,theatre lah ngei en tum hlawm teng
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Page hi a fai ta deuh puakin a load chak ta sawta ka hriat chu...
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Version tharah upgrade vang pawh ani maithei a in load chak chhan hi.
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Scroll thla char char a, a tawpah comment alo awm chauh! Tunlai film chhuak thar hi en peih poh ka nei ta mang lo.
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en chak deuh deuh ka nei... yul brenner channa cowboy robot deuh anih na kha a film hming hria kan awm? ... true grit ka en chak tawh bawn..the fighter chu ka la khek khal
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en chak deuh i neih yul brenner channa cowboy robot deuh anih na kha a film hming ka hre tlat lo! :D
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yul brenner channa chu 'magnificient seven' leh 'return of seven' bak ka en awm pawh ka hre lo
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fonts, westworld leh futureworld kha ni lo maw? ka la nei ve2 hialin ka hria
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Khing FLIMs i tarlan hovah khian MUPPETS khi ka en chak ber ! :-)
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transformers 3 hmuhnawm ang em awwww
Written by dolien, 1205 days permalink
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VS chhas hmui seski bon Rosie Huntington a chang dawn Megan Fox ai... ka enchak tawh...

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Written by superstarring, 1205 days permalink
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Red Riding Hood a lang ve lo..hman a...

ka en chak toh bonnnn...a ads poh hmuhnom trek2 khop mai

X-Men hmuhnom nga....Captain Amarica poh, Green Lantern nen
Written by dolien, 1205 days permalink
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Supperi ka thlawp e, ka enchak a en ve chak a.
Harold & Kumar Xmas
Real Steel
Immortals
nen ka enchak iam iam
Written by superstarring, 1205 days permalink
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Harold & Kumar ...yess...hei ka en chak bok
Written by Angaiha, 1205 days permalink
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Battle : LA leh immortals en chakawm khawp mai... Source code pawh entlak phianin ka ring
Written by Blaquesmith, 1205 days permalink
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Hangover 2 hi ka en chak :p Thor nen
Written by hmelthatea, 1204 days permalink
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Topic thar hawn ai chuan hei hi khawngaih in min chhan sak lawk thei a ngem? Movies download na website tha deuh hriat ka duh a, torrent atang in an download thin in ka hria, a hria chuan khawngiah takin min hrilh theih chuan ka lawm viau ang, engtin nge an download? :)
Written by alexxfender, 1204 days permalink
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nia engtin nge maw an download le?
Written by shabito, 1204 days permalink
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hmelthatea...google ah Utorrent.com zawng la, chu chu dl in, i computer-ah install phawt rawh le..a tahtawl zelin aw
Written by hmelthatea, 1204 days permalink
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khawi website ami nge in download thin? :) lol
Written by hmelthatea, 1204 days permalink
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ka install e, chuan,
Written by thinchhia, 1204 days permalink
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dl toh mai la :)
Written by curryjimm, 964 days permalink
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Me and my friends are fond of Movies and TV Shows. We always watch them together. We are very exciting to watch the upcoming movies of 2011. Thanks for sharing nice schedule.
Written by dula, 952 days permalink
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adjustment bureau chu en a chakawm hle mai...Diary tih chu a milem chuan "the motorcycle diaries" tih movie , che guevara chanchin leh south america continent bike a fan kual vel an siam kha an entawn deuh emaw atih theih rum rum alawm maw le..medical graduate hlim vel kha...!

NB: khawnglung run..a va lang ve lo ve, thlan dan ah khian thil diklo a awm em ni :)
Written by Angaiha, 952 days permalink
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adjustment bureau i la en ve nange? ka lo pe dawn che mi?
Written by dula, 952 days permalink
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yes...i dawr ah i kawl mai em?
Written by Angaiha, 952 days permalink
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Dawrah ka lo kawl tawh lo anih hi... ka lo keng chho dawn nia.
or... I HDD kha rawn dah leh la
Written by dula, 952 days permalink
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Lo keng chho mai rawh..HDD chu hawn angai zanin ah en tur a awm a...naktuk ah ka rawn copy mai anga..
Written by david_lutmang, 952 days permalink
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Kei chu ka en lo leh vekin ka ring :) Sawi ve lo mai ang.... kan dl ve bawk a, en tih hi a awm lem lo, Barbie leh Doeraemon bak kan pel meuh lo a ni e akekekekeke
Written by dula, 952 days permalink
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youtube ah mimi Lalzamliani zai i en nasa thung alawm :D