Nicole Kidman

It might be a good idea to pop some Zoloft before diving into the emotional trailer for Rabbit Hole. The film, starring Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart and the always incredible Dianne Wiest, caught some great reviews coming out of TIFF, and it will see a major release on December 17th (just in time for award consideration). It’s a rare thing that a trailer causes such a strong emotional response, although any story about a couple losing a young child to tragedy has the potential for it. Hopefully, the movie will live up to the hype, and this bit of marketing, and deliver something even stronger. What do you think? It might make you full on cry in HD.

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Science Fiction is, sadly, not always seen as high art. However, there are some brilliant acting talents who have dared to slum it in the world of science fiction. Here’s the 15 most notable ones.

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The recent cinema of Wes Anderson and his occasional creative collaborator Noah Baumbach have encountered an interesting play with the ever-blurry line that retains an audience’s empathy for an unlikeable protagonist. This week, the Culture Warrior puts those protagonists in focus.

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The Weinstein Company hit Reject HQ with a few new photos from their upcoming release Nine, from director Rob Marshall (Chicago). And boy, does Judi Dench look hot.

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The Weinstein Company has released a vibrant an sexually throbbing trailer for the upcoming musical Nine, the latest work of director Rob Marshall (Chicago).

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Aaron Eckhart in Rabbit Hole

Either that, or they might star together in a film where a married couple lose a young child. But would you seriously check out a headline like that?

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Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman is the latest addition to the all-star cast being assembled for Woody Allen’s untitled 2010 film.

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FSR

Kevin Carr looks at Australia, Four Christmases, Transporter 3 and Milk, in theaters this week with the FSR Report Card.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

It’s the Big, Fat Thanksgiving Special! Kevin and Neil beam into the Magical Virtual Studio in the Sky two days early to get ready for their Thanksgiving feast which will keep them napping through the weekend.

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Australi

We know that you kids love high-res, vibrant images from the season’s epic flicks, so you’ll understand why we jumped on the opportunity to throw these 15 images from Baz Luhrmann’s Australia out there.

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Nicole Kidman and Charlize Theron will play man and wife for the upcoming adaptation.

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Nicole Kidman in Australia

I’m not good with being subtle, so I will just come right out with it. The TV spot below, which is for Baz Luhrmann’s next film Australia, is titled “Defy,” thus the clever play on words in the title. Get it? Good.

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Leave it to the Hollywood spin-machine to make our day interesting with a ridiculous comparison. Apparently, Nicole Kidman’s next movie is the cinematic equivalent of the second coming of Indiana Jones.

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Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman in Australia

Next month’s issue of Vogue magazine will feature a very nice spread of photos from the upcoming WWII epic Australia, starring Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman. We’ve got a few shots from the issue, as an appetizer.

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Russell Crowe to play Joseph Wilson

Director Doug Liman (Mr. and Mrs. Smith, The Bourne Identity) has his eye on Russell Crowe for the role of Valerie Plame’s husband, Joe Wilson.

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Margot at the Wedding is not a bad movie, it’s an ill-advised one.

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Margot at the Wedding may be light on plot but it is a truthful character study, and because of this, the film is irresistibly winning.

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If you’ve been wondering what has kept Hugh Jackman from getting started on the X-Men Origins: Wolverine film, here is your answer.

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Knock a few back with us while watching The Golden Compass, and you just might want to take on the Catholic church all by yourself when you’re done.

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Rather than saying, “I wonder if the Magisterium is supposed to represent the modern Catholic church?,” sit on the edge of your seat and say “Wow! Two polar bears beating the shale out of each other. Cool!”

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