Category Archives: Josh Brolin

Men In Black: 3 ~ Trailer

The Sony Pictures has released teaser of director Barry Sonnenfeld‘s Men In Black: III. Enjoy the first-look trailer ~

Men In Black: III hits theaters on Friday, May 5, 2012

Megan Fox’s Jonah Hex – Trailer

Josh Brolin, John Malkovich and Megan Fox star in director Jimmy Hayward’s Jonah Hex which is based on John Albano and Tony Dezuniga’s DC Comics series. Enjoy Jonah Hex trailer below and the film hits theaters on Friday, June 18.

Synopsis: Jonah Hex is a scarred drifter and bounty hunter of last resort, a tough and stoic gunslinger who can track down anyone… and anything. Having survived death, Jonah’s violent history is steeped in myth and legend, and has left him with one foot in the natural world and one on the “other side.” His only human connection is with Lila, whose life in a brothel has left her with scars of her own. Jonah’s past is about to catch up with him when the U.S. military makes him an offer he can’t refuse: in exchange for his freedom from the warrants on his head, he must track down and stop the dangerous terrorist Quentin Turnbull. But Turnbull, who is gathering an army and preparing to unleash Hell, is also Jonah’s oldest enemy and will stop at nothing until Jonah is dead.

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Milk @ Charlie Rose

Sean Penn, Josh Brolin and director Gus Van Sant appear on one of my favorite interview show – Charlie Rose, enjoy the full interview below. I saw Milk and Emile Hirsch, Josh Brolin and Alison Pill deserve supporting Oscar nods for their performances. And try to spot director GvS and Dustin Lance Black’s cameos.

Gus Van Sant is repped by Gaby Morgerman and David Wirtschafter @ William Morris Agency and is a principal @ Meno Film Company at 1300 Northrup Avenue NW in Portland, Oregon 97209. Sean Penn is repped by Bryan Lourd and Mick Sullivan @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA). Josh Brolin is repped by Michael Cooper @ William Morris Agency.

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Oliver Stone’s W.

On October 17th, 2008 Lionsgate released W. to a Bush-fatigued populace, but something tells me people will come to see it. It surprisingly revives what was so charismatic in the president in the first place, while reminding us of the terrible consequences of his decisions. He’s the comic relief at the epicenter of America’s descent into the war on terror, as bizarre as that sounds.


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What I noticed the most in Stone’s latest was the acting. There were performances where I forgot I was watching acting (which is the highest compliment of all) as was the case with Josh Brolin’s W and Jeffrey Wright’s Colin Powell, performances where I noticed and was impressed with the acting as was the case with Richard Dreyfuss’s Dick Cheney, and performances that made me scratch my head and wonder if the impersonated really acted that over-the-top (Thandie Newton’s Condoleezza Rice).

There were some powerful scenes, like Colin Powell making an impassioned case for diplomacy in a cabinet meeting, only to be overshadowed by Cheney’s cold-as-steel case for war. Powell really came out looking good in this picture, as we see that many in the White House were scratching their heads just like the rest of us were about the Iraq War. In fact, Powell may get headlines soon by endorsing Obama.

Condoleezza, however, did not come out looking so great. She seemed like just as big a warmonger as Cheney or Rumsfeld. While fascinating, the conversations inside the White House have to be taken with a grain of salt, seeing as how most of what went on in there from 2001 to 2003 is under wraps. However, Slate has an article about how surprisingly accurate the movie is. In fact, some true moments were excluded from the movie that would’ve made it even more difficult to believe. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.

Jason Stürmer is a contributor for (RR).

Gus Van Sant’s Milk – Trailer

Enjoy director Gus Van Sant’s new trailer for his upcoming bio-film – Milk

Milk opens in theaters on Wednesday, November 26.

Update: World Premiere on 29th of October 2008 (San Francisco)

In select theaters on 26th of November 2008 (USA) and everywhere on 5th of December 2008 (USA)

Germany : 29 October 2008
Russia : 4 December 2008
Australia : 29 January 2009
España : 6 February 2009
Romania : 13 February 2009
Hungary : 19 February 2009

James Franco @ Gus Van Sant’s Milk – 1st Look

James Franco seems to be knocking it out of the park, he recently graduated with an English degree from UCLA and has two films coming out – Pineapple Express (Aug. 06) and director Gus Van Sant’s Milk (Nov. 26), a biopic about the first openly gay official.

Focus Features have release the first look of Franco’s character – Scott Smith – in Milk.


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Here are excerpts from Franco’s interview in USA Today:

Director Judd Apatow on Franco’s dedication to his craft and as a person: a very smart, sweet person. He seems to have really evolved over the last 10 years into this really easygoing, approachable, warm man. When we did Freaks and Geeks, he was so hungry and obsessed with the work. It made him a little more of an intense guy. Now, he’s very happy in his life.

On his initimate scene with Sean Penn while shooting Milk: (First kiss lasted a) minute. It doesn’t sound like a long time, but in front of 200 people, it’s a long time, says Franco. We’re sitting on the curb, kissing. You can’t deny what’s going on. I’m kissing Spicoli and it’s still going and it’s not stopping and it was when he had a beard and the beard is scraping me. Afterwards, we were like, ‘All right, how are those Raiders?’

Franco is repped by Kami Putnam-Heist @ Endeavor, and manager Miles Levy @ James/Levy Management.

Oliver Stone’s W. – Movie Trailer

Director Oliver Stone’s Ixtlan Inc. has release the first teaser trailer of his George W. Bush biography film – W. – with the tune of Louis Armstrong’s What A Wonderful World as a juxaposition.

W. was shot on location in Shreveport, Louisiana, wraps on August 20, and hits theaters on October 17.

Oliver Stone is repped by Stuart Manashil and Bryan Lourd @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA).

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Oliver Stone’s W (George Bush Film) Humps EW

Josh Brolin as George W. Bush and Elizabeth Banks as Laura Bush grace the cover and pages of Entertainment Weekly for Oliver Stone’s W.

Here are the remaining cast of W: Thandie Newton as Condoleezza Rice, Ioan Gruffudd as Tony Blair, Rob Corddry as Ari Fleischer, James Cromwell as George Herbert Walker Bush, Ellen Burstyn as Barbara Bush and Jeffrey Wright as Colin Powell.

You can read the complete article at EW.com.