Entertainment News: Long awaiting Movie, two star corporation Brad Pitt (Director) and Tom Cruise (Actor) Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol, MI 4, is in your hand.
Enjoy Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol review – Tom Cruise, as IMF agent Ethan Hunt, is trying to break into the suite that houses the skyscraper’s computer servers, and this is the only way he can do it without being detected from within. Brad Bird, the director of Ghost Protocol, knows all too well that the audience will be on the lookout for any tell-tale cut, any obvious digital image, anything at all that reveals that Tom Cruise isn’t really on the side of that skyscraper. And damned if we can find one! This is a sequence so ingeniously conceived and shot that even the audience doesn’t want to look down — a sequence so death-defying that it gets you laughing at your own susceptibility (especially if, like me, you happen to have a fear of heights).
Shimmying up and down and around the building’s surface, with the ground looking as if it must be a mile below, Cruise becomes a fearless human bug (think Spider-Man without the superpowers). Then, just as we’re sure that our hearts couldn’t dig any deeper into our throats, one of his gloves begins to short out and lose adhesive power. Don’t you hate when that happens?
Ghost Protocol brims with scenes that are exciting and amazing at the same time; they’re brought off with such casual aplomb that they’re funny, too. Early on, Hunt and a fellow agent, the nattering tech nerd Benji (Simon Pegg), have to penetrate the archive room of the Kremlin, and they do it in captivating silence by hiding behind a scrim that projects, to the security guard, an exact image of the hallway they’re in (minus the two of them). It’s the spy equivalent of a magic trick, and that’s the spirit of the whole movie. Ghost Protocol is fast and explosive, but it’s also a supremely clever sleight-of-hand thriller. Brad Bird, the animation wizard (The Incredibles, The Iron Giant), makes the leap to live action with the kind of skill Paul Greengrass brought to the Bourne films, only Bird, showing an animator’s miraculously precise use of visual space, has a playful, screw-tightening ingenuity all his own.
After an epic explosion rocks the Kremlin, the entire IMF gets ”disavowed,” and Hunt and his team find themselves cut off, without backup. Suddenly they’re rogue agents, like an espionage version of theOcean’s gang, only with far more important priorities. Their mission is to stop Hendricks (Michael Nyqvist, dour costar of the Swedish Girl With the Dragon Tattoo films), a lone terrorist who has stolen the Russian nuclear codes, from launching a missile and kicking off a nuclear war. All because he’s a nihilist nut who really wants to. Hunt’s team, aside from Benji (played by Pegg with impish timing), includes the terrific Paula Patton as the dangerously beautiful and ruthless Jane, and Jeremy Renner, all moody reticence, as a desk jockey named Brandt with a backstory that makes it look, for a time, like he’s Ethan’s ambiguous adversary. Together, these four execute fake seductions and underworld meetings, take parking-garage fight scenes to new heights of layer-cake suspense, and race against the clock of a nuclear countdown that’s just jittery enough to make the unthinkable credible.
It’s become easy to take Tom Cruise’s skill for granted (even his fans do), but in Ghost Protocol he has a pulsating presence, a dynamic mind-body fusion. From the moment he gets broken out of a Russian prison cell, only to argue with Benji via video feed as chaotic violence swirls all around him, Cruise energizes the film with his no-sweat bravura. He kicks ass like an Ultimate-Fighting bruiser, he races vehicles like a demon — but more than any of that, he invests every line, every situation, with the cleanly intense, fired-up concentration of an actor who means it. Powered by Cruise’s moxie, Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol proves that in a Hollywood action-ride culture drenched in fake adrenaline, it’s cathartic to encounter the real thing. (Source: EW)
Entertainment News: The Saga got hit the weekend: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 earns 140 $ Millions in its opening weekend.
The film — the fourth in the hit vampire series starring Robert Pattinson,Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner – earned a staggering $139.5 million domestically. It earned an additional $144 million worldwide, though it failed to surpass The Twilight Saga: New Moon‘s $142.8 million domestic opening in 2009.
Hot Celebrity, Hot Gossip: Kristen Stewart may not be able to attend Breaking Dawn Premiere due to physical problems.
Almost two weeks after Kristen Stewart was spotted sporting a cast on her wrist after getting hurt while filming her upcoming flick Snow White and the Huntsman, now comes word that the Twilight starlet has suffered yet another ill-fated injury.
So will she make it to tonight’s highly buzzed-about Breaking Dawn premiere in L.A.?
Movie News, Hot Celebrity: Hugh Grant has been virtually unrecognizable on the German set of his upcoming movie, Cloud Atlas.
In addition to the normally-dashing new dad, 51, the upcoming sci-fi flick also stars Tom Hanks, Halle Berry and Susan Sarandon.
No word yet on the plot particulars, but the project has already been quite an adventure. In September, Berry broke her foot while chasing after a goat on a break from filming in Spain.
Entertainment News, Celebrity Gossip: Kristen Stewart has said herself that shooting the sex scene for Breaking Dawn – Part 1 with Robert Pattinson didn’t feel like “a scene within a Twilight film” – and now, the anticipated movie’s director explains why.
Not only is the Twilightseries teen-intended, but the scene itself, “was so much more about romance than it was about hot-and-heavy action,” Condon told MTV.com – so, taking out the part that would give it an ‘R’ rating “was a very kind of simple adjustment to make.”
“This is so crazy for us,” Stewart told the crowd. “I’ve been so enamored by this business, Hollywood. I think this is the coolest thing I’ve done in my life. I’ve grown up thinking that. I just love this business. This is insane that I’m doing this.”
Entertainment News, Hot Celebrity: American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez is producing and possibly starring in a live action film remake of the iconic franchise, Deadline reports. According to the site, Lopez will play detective Carmen Sandiego, the ACME agency’s greatest detective who becomes the world’s greatest thief. It’s up to Carmen’s partner to determine whether she’s really a thief or a hero!
The film will be produced by Lopez, her Nuyorican Production partners’ Benny Medina and Simon Fields and Underground Films’ Nick Osbourne, Trevor Engelson and Devin Andre, according to Deadline. Lopez and her team will work with Walden Media, which creates properties that challenge kids. The first Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego educational game was released in 1985; it is now used as a teaching tool in more than half of elementary schools nationwide. The game also inspired a children’s game show on PBS that aired from 1991 to 1995.
Hollywood Ace, Former Transformer Girl, Megan Fox was spotted on the set of the new film from Judd Apatow ‘This is forty’ yesterday (August 16, 2011) in Los Angeles.
The Movie is about, ‘Writer/director/producer Judd Apatow (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Funny People) brings audiences an original comedy that expands upon the story of Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) from the blockbuster hit Knocked Up as we see first-hand how they are dealing with their current state of life.’
The “Knocked Up” spin-off also stars Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann and is scheduled for June 1, 2012.
Megan Fox and John C. Reilly are making cameos in “The Dictator,” a comedy currently being filmed in New York by “Borat” creator Sacha Baron Cohen.
The Paramount movie has been described as “the heroic story of a dictator who risked his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed.” Baron Cohen is said to play dual roles of a goat herder and a deposed foreign ruler who gets lost in the U.S. (more…)
Celebs News: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, the love of a couple who has spent time in the most romantic. The two are really missing after finishing the filming of the Twilight series, have moved to the next project.
Robert Pattinson has been busy filming in Canada again, this time without Kristen Stewart, as he shoots scenes in Toronto for his new movie, Cosmopolis. Although the popular pair has alluded to the challenges of a long-distance relationship, Pattinson’s still trying to have a good time without Stewart on his nights off. (more…)
Its peach complexion, makeup smoky eyes look beautiful Kristen Stewart was there for her and created by New York artist foundation of the stars, Beau Nelson. Beautiful Kristen shares her secrets to “look young Courtney Cox fansite with KStew top.
To achieve the look, he told the site: “I started by applying COVERGIRL NatureLuxe Silk Foundation with a synthetic brush in a circular motion to give her skin an even, radiant glow and added a touch of concealer where needed.” (more…)