The Week That Was: Filling Up Our 2011 Dance Card

The Week That WasWelcome to another scorching edition of The Week That Was. As you may have gleaned from our articles about terrible honeymoon spots and our lack of posting any weekend articles (including this day-late entry into our weekly recap series), a few of us went out into the wilderness to watch Cole Abaius tie the knot. It was adorable, he and his bride will surely be happy and she even agreed to watch movies with him (even the scary ones). We drank, we went skeet shooting, we drank some more and in the end, we had a wonderful time helping the man who has often been referred to as “the glue that holds FSR together” off into the world of marriage. That said, even though Dr. Abaius was off work this week in preparation for the big day, we did have all kinds of things buzzing on the ole site this past week. Here’s a quick round-up.

2011 Looks Sweet

Above all else, we saw some amazing trailers this week for films to be released next year. From Jon Favreau to Duncan Jones, many of our house favorites gave us reasons to stick around for what is to come. Here are the best and most interesting:

And there were columns…

The best of FSR, each and every week:

And Reviews!

Big Finish!

That’s the best of it this week. If you need more, I’d highly recommend reading Cole’s interview with Skyline directors Greg and Colin Strause. It’s the kind of chat that will give you hope about the future of filmmaking. As for what happens next, we should be back up to full strength next week with Mr. Abaius back from gettin’ hitched. Thanks to all of our readers for continuing to stick it out, even on the slowest of days. An even more special thanks to Rob Hunter, who stepped up to the plate and delivered wonderful content this week as man in charge.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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