Odette Yustman


Your time is valuable. I understand that. But we have a trailer for you to watch for a film you’ve probably heard absolutely nothing about. And to make matters worse it’s a remake. But what if I told you this particular new film stars Amber Heard, Odette Yustman, and Karl Urban? That’s two attractive ladies and Bones McCoy right there. What if I added in the fact that two of those actors, the ones without penises, spend part of the film in tiny bikinis? Plot and pedigree don’t even matter anymore do they? I didn’t think so. You people are perverts. And I love you for it. So with no foreknowledge of what this film is about go ahead and watch this new trailer for And Soon The Darkness…



This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr is coming at you in eye-popping 3D, and like money, he doesn’t sleep. He sets his time machine way way way back to 2002 to pick on Kristen Bell in high school. The story is loosely chronicled in You Again. Kevin also practices some insider trading with Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps then takes flight with a bunch of CGI owls from Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole


Operation Endgame Cast

We first became hip to the upcoming straight-to-DVD action comedy Operation: Endgame earlier this week with the release of the film’s green band trailer. To be honest, I’ve been ignoring it for a few weeks in my email inbox because I’m too lazy to read about it. But once I got around to watching the trailer, I was interested. It combines Rob Corddry, hot off some humorous moments in Hot Tub Time Machine with the likes of Zach Galifianakis, Adam Scott, Ellen Barkin, Bob Odenkirk, Odette Yustman, Emelie de Ravin and that guy Joe Anderson, who was awesome in The Crazies. When combined with some action and some laughs in the trailer, it all has me wondering why the heck this is being released straight to DVD. Find out why after the jump…



Is it possible to write a full article about the portrayal of bathrooms in cinema? Yes. Yes it is.



For about two and a half minutes, this newly released trailer for You Again, a comedy about facing the demons that haunted your adolescence, shows very little promise. Then Betty White shows up, and all is forgotten.



Everybody on the set, treat Heard nicely. That includes the director because she’s also managing this little production.



Kevin and Neil ring in the new year with the January release schedule, which includes weddings, evil children, Tyler Perry wannabes and old racist codgers.


Cinematic Creepy Children

The Unborn opens with a dream sequence that includes a dog wearing a mask. And yes, the rest of the movie is just as funny. In fact, if you go into the movie expecting a comedy you’ll come out extremely satisfied. Just don’t expect anything resembling a competent horror film.



Oddette Yustman may have come onto the scene a little late to be Charlie’s fourth angel, but based on what we’ve seen from her hotness in Cloverfield and the poster for David S. Goyer’s The Unborn, seeing her in a tight leather assassin outfit has just risen up my to-do list.



The new international poster for David Goyer’s upcoming ghost movie, The Unborn, has just been released at Empire Online, and it’s a stunner. By “it” I’m referring strictly and solely to star Odette Yustman’s ass.


Despite the various technological limitations that might have negatively impacted my first run with Clover, the friendly monster that absolutely impales Manhattan, I cannot say that this DVD is anything less than a must-have.


Once again, no monster is revealed. But we have just the opposite, courtesy of our friends at Paramount…

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