Here is another clip of Katy Perry's "Part Of Me 3-D" movie, where the singer is make-up free. Wonder if we will see all of that in 3D.
We know what most people will want to see in 3-D when it comes to Katy. Trying to see more substance on the singer and will it only cover up til the end of her tour, or show more....say after her divorce from actor Russell Brand. Guess we will have to find out.-DocFB
This "New Years Eve" movie really does have more celebrities in it than a rehab clinic.
With a cast featuring Abigal Breslin, Alyssa Milano, Ashton Kutcher, Carla Gugino, Halle Berry, Hilary Swank, Ice Cube, Jessica Biel, Jon Bon Jovi, Josh Duhamel, Katherine Heigl, Lea Michelle, Ludacris, Michele Pheiffer, New Movie, New Years Eve, Robert De Niro, Sarah Jessica Parker, Seth Myers, Sofia Vergara, Zac Efron and more, it is sure to catch people's eyes, but will it draw them in with all the different storylines?
Check out the featurette above and let us know if it is going to be on your to do list this New Years Eve....-DocFB
Diagnosis: Partying Like It's.....2011?
The hotness that is Megan Fox, wife of Brian Austin Green was spotted on the set of her new movie "This Is Forty" looking hot like soup. Meaning, I want a sip of that.
We love the guy's facial response in the photo to her. Looks like he wants a sip of that too. Can you blame him.-Dr.FB
The Sundance Film Festival gave "Like Crazy" Best Picture for a love story between Jacob and Anna. A story that starts with a hand written letter as distance comes between them with Anna's passport sending her back to the UK and banned from coming back to the United States.
This is no comedy and we have a feeling this will not have that happy go lucky happy ending in most movies today, I look forward to seeing it.
They seem likeable enough and anyone who writed hand-written letters in this day and age is cool in my book.
Check out the preview for "Like Crazy" and let us know what you think.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Distance Is Only The Issue If You Want It To Be....
If this was the 80's, this would be "Adventures In Babysitting 2 : Bad Ass Boogalo" and would have starred John Candy. Instead of "Uncle Buck" we get Jonah Hill, who makes the movie seem funnier than it most likely will be.
The preview gives you a pretty good idea what the movie is about, without giving too much away. Jonah has lost a serious amount of weight since this movie and has been able to keep it off. I look forward to seeing his red carpet photos when this movie comes out.
Check out the preview of "The Sitter" and let us know if you are going to see it.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: It has Jonah Hill, So I Def Will Be Seeing It!
Francis Ford Coppola's new movie "Twixt" starring Val Kilmer has hit online and I am.....underwhelmed. Perhaps because it is supposed to be in 3-D. The ending, it does say "Just you wait, you'll be very surprised" so maybe we will be.
Val Kilmer looks like John Travolta and a little bit like the late great John Ritter in this clip. This guy used to be Batman? Maybe he bulked up for the role of a writer.
We hear that Coppola is going to tour the movie to different movie theatres nationwide where he himself will conduct a Q & A after the film is showed. Kevin Smith has been doing the same thing with his latest project "Red State" for the past year or so.
Check out the "Twixt" trailer and let us know what you think.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Hungry For Some Peanut Butter Twix
I am not sure what to think of this movie by the preview of "Tower Heist" above. It seems at first Ben Stiller is trying his hand at action movie starring Alan Alda. Then when Eddie Murphy enters it, it has to be a comedy...right? Although I am not sure where the laughs are to be yet.
The movie is directed by Bret Ratner so I know there will be some cool action scenes. I am just....wonderign about the comedy. Ben Stiller has had hit after hit movie and Eddie....has had hits with the Shrek movies recently.
I would like to see Eddie bounce back, I am not sure "Tower Heist" will be his bounce back film though. What do you think of the trailer?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Rush Hour Meets 48 Hours Without The Laughs?