Gabriel Macht

Middle Men

Paramount Pictures has released a full red band trailer for their upcoming internet porn opus, Middle Men. For those who missed it when we posted the first trailer — of the green band variety — this film tells the story of the guy who invented the method of collecting money for subscriptions to adult websites. His innovation almost singlehandedly led the rise in the internet pornography business, which is now one of the world’s most lucrative entertainment sectors. Why? Because they made it fast and easy — and people like fast and easy, especially when it comes to porn. Check out the film’s synopsis and the new red band trailer after the jump.

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Kevin Carr takes a look at this week’s movie releases, including 9, Sorority Row, Whiteout and Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself..

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FSR’s resident chubby film critic Kevin Carr runs down the reviews on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Valkyrie, The Spirit, Marley & Me and Bedtime Stories.

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Gabriel Macht is The Spirit

Frank Miller’s latest directorial effort goes all-out for the camp and ends up in the toilet.

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Over the course of the past few months we’ve been very critical of Frank Miller’s The Spirit. Beginning with the first teaser trailer and continuing well into our Comic-Con coverage, we’ve been less than excited about the footage that has been shown. And by less excited, I am referring to the way we’ve ripped it apart.

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The Spirit

“This movie is not a tribute to Will Eisner, its a tribute to The Spirit.” So says Frank Miller of his upcoming film adaptation, which oddly enough is called The Spirit.

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The Spirit listens to his Sin City scream

If there is one complaint that I have been hearing over and over from folks about Frank Miller’s upcoming film The Spirit, it is that it feels like a knock-off of Sin City. And it appears that with the release of a new poster, the folks at Lionsgate are taking note…

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Gabriel Macht as The Spirit

in this second full-length trailer, the folks behind The Spirit seem to want to reach out a hand of reassurance — reassurance that this movie will be action-packed and possibly fun. Whether we reach back is yet to be seen.

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Sam Jackson as The Octopus in The Spirit

Great minds must think alike — because that is the same parallel that we’ve been drawing all along.

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Frank Miller on the set of The Spirit

Over the past several months, a lot has been said about Frank Miller’s The Spirit. In fact, it has been one of the most talked about movies of this coming winter season, but not necessarily in a good way.

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Two New Spirit Movie Posters

Today’s newness comes courtesy of the folks over at UGO, who have uncovered two new posters for the film. One features Gabriel Macht looking very “holy” as Denny Colt, a.k.a The Spirit, and the other shows the man who made him quite swiss-cheesy, Samuel L. Jackson as The Octopus.

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There doesn’t seem to be anything slowing the momentum of the upcoming (and by upcoming, I mean January of 2009) release The Spirit, from director Frank Miller.

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Yesterday we showed you some advertising art from Frank Miller’s The Spirit — and it was awesome. Today, we have photos from the set with Sam Jackson looking badass — which is an even bigger dose of awesome!

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Will Eisner

Lionsgate has sent us a look at the outdoor posters for the upcoming Will Eisner adaptation The Spirit, which is being directed by the legendary Frank Miller.

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