Saturday August 27th, 2011 · by Annie

Contagion Stills + Clips & We Bought a Zoo Stills

Hey guys! I added some stills/set pictures from Contagion and updated the We Bought a Zoo album with HQ ones. And 10 clips from Contagion.

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  • Here are the clips


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    Thursday August 18th, 2011 · by Annie

    One more Contagion Poster

    Yet, another Contagion Poster has been released. Waiting for Stills now!

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    Tuesday August 9th, 2011 · by Annie

    Contagion Posters

    I’ve added some Posters for Contagion. The movie opens September 9th.

    The plot:

    “Contagion” follows the rapid progress of a lethal airborne virus that kills within days. As the fast-moving epidemic grows, the worldwide medical community races to find a cure and control the panic that spreads faster than the virus itself. At the same time, ordinary people struggle to survive in a society coming apart.

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    Saturday August 6th, 2011 · by Annie

    Contagion TV Spots

    Movieweb.com has posted some Contagion TV Spots.


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    Friday August 5th, 2011 · by Annie

    Lonergan’s ‘Margaret’ will finally see the light of day

    There are volumes to be written about how “Margaret,” the follow-up drama to Kenneth Lonergan’s well-received “You Can Count on Me,” has been stuck in film-release purgatory since being shot in 2005. We’ll offer some of those details (like how costar Matt Damon once called studio executives imploring them to release the film) in future posts. In the meantime, the news Wednesday is that the movie is finally coming to theaters.

    Fox Searchlight said that it will release the film on Sept. 30. The opening will be a limited one, said a spokeswoman, beginning in New York and Los Angeles and widening out from there. It remains to be seen how wide it actually goes, and how much marketing support is behind it.

    The movie stars a (much younger) Anna Paquin dealing with the aftermath of an accident she’s witnessed. But the plot details are almost beside the point. The biggest drama may comes with the film itself. Boldface names galore were involved in a post-production tussle over both the content and its release, and whether the resulting movie turns out to be decent or the high-profile train wreck all the delays (and rumors) suggest could be as compelling as anything in the film. More to come in the next few days, but for now, the film world’s longest-held captive has indeed been set free.

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    Tuesday August 2nd, 2011 · by Annie

    We Bought a Zoo Pictures

    We Bought a Zoo, directed by Cameron Crowe had the first stills released.

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  • Some behind scenes over at NotSomebody.com

    2 Articles about the movie, mostly of Cameron Crowe:

  • USA Today: Cameron Crowe won’t be caged in for ‘Zoo’
  • Empire Online: New Pics From We Bought A Zoo Emerge And Cameron Crowe talks..
  • Thursday July 21st, 2011 · by Annie

    Matt Damon shaves his head for Elysium

    Making an exception on post candids that are not from movie sets, this one is from Matt newly shaved head for Elysium. And it just teases my curiosity about the movie.

    Elysium is set to be released on March 2013.

    He’s known for his handsome leading man appearance, but Matt Damon unveiled a new look on a stroll through Vancouver yesterday.

    The Bourne Identity star, who usually sports a full head of hair, displayed a freshly shaved head as he made a trip to the local post office in the Canadian city during a break from filming Elysium.

    The 40-year-old actor looked casual in a khaki green T-shirt and jeans which he paired with simple black and white trainers while showing off his new bald look.

    Matt appeared completely relaxed and at ease during his outing, a luxury he claims isn’t afforded to all celebrities.

    ‘I have friends who are like prisoners. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, for instance,’ he told German television TELE 5 earlier this week.

    ‘They can’t just go someplace. If they go for a walk, it turns into an international incident.’

    However his life has worked out slightly differently, despite his comparable super-stardom.

    ‘I’m really lucky, because I have the best of both worlds. I do the work that I love and need, but don’t need paramilitary troops to protect me when I walk out my front door.’
    And he believes that his focus on things other than work have helped him retain a more private existence.

    ‘Ever since I found my wife and we had children, my whole life revolves around that. It gave my life a dramatic change in direction,’ he says.

    ‘I’m not as crazy as most of the other stars. I don’t really know why, probably because I married a woman who isn’t an actress. And we live in New York,’ he said.

    ‘As long as we don’t show up in typical tourist spots, we can walk the streets without being noticed. New Yorkers are very cool, they don’t flip out if they see me.’

    Matt and his wife Luciana married in 2005 and have four daughters.

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    More articles about this:

  • Matt Damon Goes Bald For “Elysium”
  • PIC: Matt Damon Goes Bald!
  • Matt Damon or Jake Gyllenhaal: Who Looks Better Bald? (Go vote!)
  • Matt Damon Spotted Bald, Still Beautiful On Set Of ‘Elysium’
  • Matt Damon goes bald… for ‘Eurotrip 2′?
  • Wednesday July 13th, 2011 · by Annie

    Contagion Trailer

    The first Contagion trailer is out, check it out:

    “Contagion” follows the rapid progress of a lethal airborne virus that kills within days. As the fast-moving epidemic grows, the worldwide medical community races to find a cure and control the panic that spreads faster than the virus itself. At the same time, ordinary people struggle to survive in a society coming apart.

    The movie is set to be released on September 9th.

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    Wednesday July 13th, 2011 · by Annie

    First Contagion Footage

    Entertainment Tonight will have a Contagion preview on today’s show. Here’s the bit from last night


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    Wednesday July 6th, 2011 · by Annie

    Matt Damon talks Adjustment Bureau DVD/BD; Losing The Fighter

    A terrific science-fiction thriller, based on a story by famed author Philip K.Dick, “The Adjustment Bureau” hit cinemas earlier this year to reasonably rousing reviews but mostly, praise – again (starting to get old hey, Matt!?) – for it’s star. In this Exclusive interview for the DVD and Blu-ray release of “The Adjustment Bureau”, Damon talks about the why’s and what’s of the project. Damon also shares with us what happened with “The Fighter” and how slightly jealous he is of Christian Bale, and his ‘General Zod’ meeting.

    Emily hinted that you believe in love at first sight because of how you met your wife. Is this true?

    It is. It’s funny, I’m sure that it was, but I wonder – now that we have four kids and have built this life together – if I’m retroactively imbuing that moment with all of the subsequent experiences. I feel like it was love at first sight, but maybe that’s just my revisionist history.

    Do you remember what she was wearing?

    I remember her smile. That’s what I remember more than anything.

    Do you believe in destiny? Do you believe you have your own life in your hands?

    It’s one of those questions that you can’t answer and I think that’s why people have been asking it for millennia. We’re trying to propose it in a fun way in this movie. I feel like I’m in control of everything until I look back at my life and go, “Wait a minute, what odd series of events took place.” There is that Garth Brooks song where he sings “Thank God for unanswered prayers” – every job that I auditioned for that I was desperate to get that I didn’t might have taken me down a different path. It’s that thing where I feel stuff could be predestined, but I sure like to think that my choices were better.

    What made you choose this film?

    George (Nolfi, Director) is my friend and when he first showed it to me we had worked on one movie together, Ocean’s Twelve. Subsequently while he was doing more and more drafts of The Adjustment Bureau, we did the third Bourne movie and that was a movie that we were writing as we went. It was a lot of pressure and going through that experience with him and spending hundreds of hours in hotel rooms trying to figure out what we were going to shoot the next day, I knew he could handle the pressure of directing. There was so much more pressure in the Bourne situation that I knew this would be kind of a cakewalk.

    What about the story?

    I thought the story was interesting. I hadn’t really done a love story and I really loved the idea of a modern-day love story, the obstacle to which was this Philip K. Dick creation of this Adjustment Bureau. It seemed tonally to be really unique and not like anything I’d ever seen and ambitious in that way, but also ultimately a really entertaining and a fun movie. Plus, I believe in George.

    Do you think that actors are like politicians, that they hide behind an image to sell tickets?

    To a certain degree. I really wonder how much you can micromanage an image anymore. I think with technology being what it is, there’s very little mystery left with public people. Celebrities get followed around 24 hours a day and get their pictures taken 24 hours a day. You can open up a magazine and see where they spent their entire week and when they went to Starbucks. There’s very little intrigue.

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