Evan Rachel Wood

Larry David & Evan Rachel Wood

The U. S. rights to Woody Allen’s latest film Whatever Works have been bought by Sony Pictures Classics. The comedy is set in New York City. It’s a return to Allen’s old haunt after years of making films over seas.

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The Wrestler

You’ve already heard that Mickey Rourke and The Wrestler are phenomenal. Here are a few more reasons why you should see it for yourself.

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The Wrestler

New photos from The Wrestler show the resurgence of Mickey Rourke, the legs of Marisa Tomei and Evan Rachel Wood looking very, very pale. Check out the Oscar buzzworthy stills inside.

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Apologizing is overrated. And you’re celebrities, after all. Aren’t you supposed to say stupid things?

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The Wrestler

People who drink lattes and know things about “film” have been all abuzz about Mickey Rourke’s performance in Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler ever since it made its debut last month in Toronto. And we are contractually obligated to agree.

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Sounds like we found something to wash that dirty taste out of our mouths from Spider-Man 3.

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Mickey Rourke in The Wrestler

A few days ago, the only thing I really knew about Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler was that Mickey Rourke was in it and looked like Dog The Bounty Hunter had lit his hair on fire, put it out with baby oil and then shaved his beard off. Today is very, very different.

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Larry David and Evan Rachel Wood

Larry David and Evan Rachel Wood join the cast of Woody Allen’s latest film, and the universe stops to ponder just exactly where things started to go wrong. Signs point to the Duckbilled Platypus.

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Oh my, what could have been. Across the Universe is not as bad as it could have been and it’s also not as great as it should be. The third musical (second rock musical) of the year, Across the Universecan’t quite ascend to the level that Once is on but instead it is more in the realm of Hairspray, which isn’t bad either.

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