Blog By: Jaclyn Zepnick
Happy Valentine’s Day Hollywood!
This day can be the happiest or the most depressing day of the year and we’ve created a list of top films with happy endings AND sad endings…so whether you snuggle up on the couch with your lover or get acquainted with a bottle of vino and a box of chocolate to yourself, enjoy!
Top 5 Happily Ever Afters:
1. Ever After
2. It Happened One Night
4. Moulin Rouge
Honest Abe a Vampire?…
Tim Burton’s next producing credit will go to “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,” the story of our nation’s 16th president as a vampire killer. True Blood much? What will Hollywood think of next?! But, the film that is based on Seth Grahame-Smith’s recent novel is hitting it big with historians who say the film pays attention to fact and detail, despite its wacky fantasy elements. Benjamin Walker plays Abe, but you’ll have to wait until June 22nd to see him slay some vamps.
Check out the official trailer 20th Centruy Fox released yesterday:
Just after Dreamworks announced last week they are remaking Hitchcock’s classic Rebecca, Paramount revealed today they are keeping up with the studio competition. The studio plans to remake another one of Hitchcock’s great films, Suspicion. No stars announced yet.
Do you think they can really top Cary Grant though? Perhaps George Clooney…
Guillermo del Toro signs on as director for Beauty, the retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Emma Watson is set to star; Wonder if she can make the transition from Hermione to Belle. You know del Toro from fantasy tales like Pans Labyrinth and Hellboy.
And new Hollywood…
Bradley Cooper and Cameron Diaz join the list of A-list stars presenting at the 84th Oscars on February 26th. Others on the long list to grace the stage at the Kodak Theatre are Emma Stone, Jennifer Lopez, Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie and Tom Hanks.
Ugh, can we sneak in?