Javier Bardem

Eat Pray Love

It’s been ten years since Julia Roberts starred in a bona fide hit, both commercially and critically. What has she been up to since Erin Brockovich? Lots of supporting roles, a few misguided star vehicles, and three kids… but now it looks like Roberts is ready to get back into the game 100% with a film featuring her front and center as the sole lead character.

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Javier Bardem is toning down his characters’ bowl cuts and desperate need for threesomes for what sounds like How Stella Got Her Groove Back: White Girl Edition.

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Who’s up for a topical thriller about the perils of Wall Street? Good, because Oliver Stone is working on one right now.

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Antonio Banderas has signed on to star alongside a stellar ensemble for Woody Allen’s next film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Allen’s next film has not yet been given a title, but a start date for shooting and a distinguished cast have already been lined up.

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Scarlett Johansson and Penelope Cruz lock lips in Vicky Christina Barcelona

While the action takes place almost exclusively in Spain, the script is still a highlight of neurotic New Yorkers who babble on about nothing and everything. This is the essence of Woody Allen.

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Penelope Cruz in Vicky Cristina Barcelona

There’s a lot to like about Vicky Cristina Barcelona, and none of it has to do with Scarlett and Penelope making out (which is a brief moment).

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Vicky Christina Barcelona

Oddly enough, the film’s new movie poster is also in the mood to get down in a “let’s have a very European threesome” sort of way.

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Daniel Day-Lewis

We are convinced that DDL can do just about anything. He can strike oil, be the last of his kind and even run the streets of NY. But can he sing?

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Vicky Christina Barcelona

I don’t know about all of you, but I find something inherently interesting in a movie that features a bunch of incredibly beautiful people making out all over one of the world’s most beautiful cities.

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Welcome to FSR’s newest weekly feature in which I break down the good, the bad, and the ugly of what Hollywood has to offer.

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Vicky Christina Barcelona

Good looking, Spanish, and a hell of an actor, this dude has it all. And you would think that there is nothing that could top what he has already accomplished. Not so fast, friendo.

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No Country for Old Men

I finally see now the masterpiece so many others have heralded the movie as, it just took a couple of extra viewings for me to open my eyes.

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No Country for Old Men

This year’s Oscar Best Picture winner finally shows up on DVD, friend-o.

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Well, the major theme of the night was how many surprises there were. Even Roger Ebert is probably second guessing the Academy right now.

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Oscar Week continues as we break down the nominees for Best Supporting Actor. Find out who we think will take home Oscar’s gold…

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The Brits pick their favorite films of the year. Time to analyze their decisions.

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Faces like Keira Knightley, Javier Bardem, Seth Rogen and Naomi Watts show up in Hitchcockian scenes for VF’s “Hollywood Portfolio” Issue.

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Unlike the Golden Globes, the actors were on hand at the 2008 Screen Actors Guild awards.

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From the novel by Cormac McCarthy, the Coens have concocted a lurid and unremitting thriller that will undoubtedly leave the viewer with both chills and some food for thought long after it’s over.

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The spectacular failure that such a promising movie became leads me to wonder if cinema itself is dying.

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