Michelle Monaghan

Last year, David Bowie’s son directed a film about Sam Rockwell being stranded all alone on the other side of the moon while his equipment and his mind fell apart. It was brilliant. That’s why it’s so exciting to see that his new film Source Code will be premiering as the opening night gala feature for the SXSW Film Festival in March 2011. The film focuses on a government program that allows agents to enter into the bodies of other people in the last moments of their lives. The program is used to make Jake Gyllenhaal relive a horrific train bombing over and over again until he can stop it from happening. The official synopsis from the SXSW press release is as follows:

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This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr hits the road with Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis to see if the new Todd Phillips comedy will be as funny as The Hangover. He also faces off with Will Ferrell and Brad Pitt in a very mega way. It’s the first official weekend of the holiday movie season, so Kevin will hand out the mid-term grades and let you know if these films are worth checking out.

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A petty criminal (Robert Downey Jr.) in NYC stumbles into a film audition while on the run from some cops and earns himself a trip out to LA and a chance to star in a Hollywood production. Once there the studio hooks him up with a gay P.I. (Val Kilmer) for detective lessons, and soon this unlikely pair are knee-deep in a twisted tale of murder, mystery, and mistaken identity.

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To this point, the only person tapped to star in Source Code, the next scheduled project for Moon director Duncan Jones (Moon, on DVD and Blu-ray now) is Jake Gyllenhaal. That is, until today…

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Michelle Monaghan talks to us about starring as the tough, hardened Diane in James Mottern’s indie drama, in what she calls the “role of a lifetime.”

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Eagle Eye

Speaking of long stories people shouldn’t subjected to, Eagle Eye came out in theaters on Friday. Let’s just say, the Logic Nazi on this project really screwed the pooch.

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Eagle Eye

To make yourself feel closer to Shia the actor, use this game to get drunk and then stumble into a Walgreens late at night and refuse to leave.

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Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan in Eagle Eye

We already brought you a private chat with Eagle Eye director D.J. Caruso, and now we’ve got video spots with the entire cast.

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Shia LaBeouf in Eagle Eye

The Summer movie season may be over but director DJ Caruso has made an Indiana Jones-esque slide under the closing blockbuster wall with the paranoia driven Eagle Eye.

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Eagle Eye Director DJ Caruso

Back in July I had the chance to watch the first thirty minutes or so of DJ Caruso’s newest thriller, Eagle Eye. First off, I have to say that what I saw of Eagle Eye…I loved. It was a fun, fast and intense ride that will make you think twice about syncing your iPhone. Caruso’s Disturbia was a big surprise for me, and his followup film seems to be ready to surprise fans once again.

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Eagle Eye

Our friends at Paramount recently sent over word about a new online game that they have launched in anticipation of their upcoming release Eagle Eye, as well as a new clip from the film.

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Eagle Eye

At face value, there might not be enough out in the wild to really have you all in a tizzy about the upcoming Dreamworks thriller Eagle Eye, but trust me when I say that it might just rock.

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Shia LaBeouf in Eagle Eye

Based on the fact that Eagle Eye is director D.J. Caruso’s follow-up to the 2007 hit Disturbia, which was damn good in its own write, it is certainly worth a look.

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Shia LaBeouf in Eagle Eye

In his quest to take over the world of cinema, Shia LaBeouf will next appear in Eagle Eye, a project that unites him with Disturbia director D.J. Caruso.

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Patrick Dempsey and Michelle Monaghan search for the script.

I can’t see how anyone can’t see this film as a cheap rip-off of My Best Friend’s Wedding… only with a dude. And the only thing that McDreamy proves with this film is that while he probably knows Julia Roberts and has met Julia Roberts, he’s no Julia Roberts.

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Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monahan in Eagle Eye

I stopped back into the ole’ blogging office this afternoon and noticed that every website under the sun is shilling this new photo of Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan from the upcoming crime drama Eagle Eye. Then I realized that I had seen this image before, in my email inbox, in much higher resolution.

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Shia LaBeoufs Eagle Eye

Shia LaBeouf is at the point right now where he could do no wrong, and his films carry about the same odds of being a blockbuster as me never getting to bed Jessica Alba.

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Will Michelle Monaghan appear as the seductive Silver Fox in the upcoming movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine? We sure hope so.

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Check out these suprisingly awesome pics of Shia LaBeouf handling a shotgun in his upcoming flick Eagle Eye.

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I think we’ve finally sorted out who’s the actor and who’s the director in the Affleck family. Over the last few years, Ben Affleck has been one of the most criticized men in front of the camera in Hollywood. Behind the camera however, Gone Baby Gone is only a small hint of what the man is capable of.

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