Hey Keri Hilson, are you listening?
Robert Pattinson is amazing in The Rover. The bleak, dystopian Western is out now, and his performance is sure to convince even the biggest RPattz critics to do a spit take of their haterade. Sure, I’m basically the captain of the Rob Pattinson Fan Train, but it’s not just me he’s blown away. Critics left Cannes raving about his performance, and the accolades are ongoing. But in case you need convincing, I’m here to help.
By Christopher Rosa
FAIR WARNING: A FEW SPOILERS UP IN HERE.
It’s hot outside. Crazy hot. Whether you’re getting burnt in the 100+ degree weather down South or sweltering in an urban jungle like New York City, one thing is certain: You’re sweating. And you’re not happy about it.
The big day is finally here, folks! The adaptation of John Green‘s The Fault In Our Stars hits big screens today, and the executives over at Kleenex are probably having the biggest celebration of their lives. Seriously, it’s about to be a national cry-fest up in here, so to get ourselves prepared we asked Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, and the rest of the TFIOS cast which films make them sob like babies. It’ll make us feel less alone as we wail into our popcorn tonight!
Tap those kegs, dry off the pong balls, and get the stereos ready… We’re going back to college, kids! From getting fratty with Zac Efron and Dave Franco in Neighbors, to dancing all night at Gatsby’s larger than life extravaganzas, or making a pact with high school buddies to finally lose that v-card like in American Pie, the beauty of these films is that they allow us to live through these party animals, and better yet, reminisce about our favorite times being them.
In the cinematic world, everything is more dramatic when it happens in the rain. Fighting, whether fist to fist or thousands of swords upon thousands of swords, takes on a whole new life of its own in the rain. Everything becomes more urgent, more uncertain, more suspenseful. Some of the most iconic on-screen show downs have happened in the rain, from television’s Lost to the unforgettable Matrix Revolutions and Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.
What’s better than catching your favorite sexy star in a killer part? How about when that same actor or actress pops up in the same film or television show in more than one part? Orphan Black‘s Tatiana Maslany, The Following‘s Sam Underwood and The Social Network‘s Armie Hammer are just a few of the hot actors who have multiplied their onscreen sex appeal by playing twins, clones and cylons.
Chemistry is a strange thing to nail in Hollywood. How do you put two people together and hope there will be sizzling romantic sparks? Now, there’s a wave of actors who are pulling double duty in the chemistry department. On-screen pairs like Godzilla‘s Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen and The Fault In Our Stars‘ Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley aren’t just selling the sex, but they’re selling the idea that they’re siblings in their other big onscreen roles.
A brand-spanking new extended trailer for The Fault In Our Stars hit the internet last night and yes, it will have you reaching for the Kleenex once more. Let’s just say, we don’t think we’ve ever been so excited to be so emotionally destroyed by a movie.
Let’s be honest with ourselves: the most amazing thing about The Amazing Spider-Man franchise isn’t the superhero stunts or is it the jaw-dropping action sequences. The best part of the new Spider-Man movies is Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield‘s incendiary chemistry. Whether they’re canoodling on screen or in the streets of New York City, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield might be the most adorable couple of all time.