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HitFix has word of Catherine Zeta-Jones joining Red 2, the follow up to the Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren-led action from from 2010. There’s no reason why a second round won’t also be awesome, as long as they continue to give Dame Mirren the big guns.
As promised from yesterday, there’s follow-up to the BreakingGIFs project. A new Breaking Bad poster by Daniel Danger was released and sold today, focused on the show’s pilot episode. It’s rather gorgeous, although I’m sure it looks even better in real life. It’s already sold out, as these things go. I predict that such a project will continue to drive home sadness for yours truly, as I just never seem to be around when things like this go on sale:
Over at Movies.com, the ever-talented Monika Bartyzel talks about Actresses Trapped in Bland Monotony. Oh Rachel McAdams, you were so much fun when you were the villain and not Harrison Ford’s friendly boss.
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