If you thought acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky was on drugs when he made Black Swan, The Fountain and Requiem for a Dream, rest assured it probably wasn’t meth. The guy hates that stuff. He hates it so much that he stepped away from his upcoming bible-based epic Noah to shoot four anti-meth PSA videos.
The 30-second PSA’s are for The Meth Project Foundation, an organization dedicated to the prevention of meth use through outreach programs and marketing. I thought to post all four of Aronofsky’s videos, but they were kinda killing my high … so you only get the one with the camel-toe and crank-bugs.
Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for Snow White and the Huntsman, its Rupert Sanders-directed re-imagining of the classic Snow White fairy tale in which Kristen Stewart plays the soon-to-be fairest-of-them-all as a brooding warrior princess.
The film costars Charlize Theron as the Evil Queen, Chris Hemsworth as the Huntsman, Sam Claflin as the Prince, British fashion model Liberty Ross and Noah Huntley as Snow White’s mother and father, and Robert Pattinson as Sparkly the dwarf.
Snow White and the Huntsman opens in theaters on June 2, 2012.
Giselle Itié, the Mexican-born and Brazilian-raised actress who made her American feature film debut as beautiful revolutionary Sandra Garza in Sylvester Stallone’s The Expendables, has jumped on board Chilean director Jorge Olguin’s ghost ship frightener Caleuche.
The film stars Itié as a terminally ill Boston-based marine biologist who sets out to visit the island of her ancestors and discovers their link to the Caleuche, a large phantom vessel known to sail the seas of Chiloé at night in search of drowned spirits.
The ship is manned by two sisters—a siren named Chilota and a water-spirit called Pincoya—and their brother Pincoyo, a male water-spirit who happens to be married to his Pincoya sister (kinky!). The $2 million ChileFilms and Olguin Films production is set to roll camera in Santiago, the capital city of Chile.
Warner Bros. has released a trailer for director Brad Peyton’s (Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore) fam-fantasy actioner Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, the sequel to the studio’s 2008 blockbuster Journey to the Center of the Earth, starring Brendan Fraser.
This time out, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson steps into Fraser’s mountain boots as Sean Anderson’s (Josh Hutcherson) step-father. Together, they set out to find Sean’s grandfather (Michael Cain) on a mysterious island with the help of a hired helicopter pilot (Luis Guzman) and his hot daughter (Vanessa Hudgens).
OK, so this isn’t the usual dark fare we spotlight on Clatto, but there’s like a miniature elephant in the movie and it’s just so … I mean, wow check out Hudgens’ rack in that tank top.