The latest The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water trailer is here!
The animated TV star is making the leap to the big screen and the adventure takes place under the sea in a fully animated world and above the sea where we get to see SpongeBob like never before!
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water Movie Trailer
How much would you sacrifice for stardom? The night before Halloween brings the trailer for the indie horror flick ‘Starry Eyes,’ which has made quite the impression on the festival circuit this year, playing at fests like SXSW and Fantasia. Starring newcomer Alexandra Essoe, the film follows a young, aspiring actress starving for fame, whose life changes in startling and horrifying ways when she lands the lead in a horror film that demands a bit much from her.
The trailer for ‘Starry Eyes’ doesn’t appear to give away much of the film, which is kind of a big deal for horror films these days. It just makes us all the more interested in seeing this one as soon as possible. The movie stars Essoe as Sarah Walker, an actress who spends her days waitressing and trying to make it as an actress, enduring auditions that are leading nowhere until she catches her big break as the lead in a horror film.
The film also stars Noah Segan, Pat Healy, Amanda Fuller, and Shane Coffer. Here’s the official synopsis:
Thu Oct 30 18:03:00 EDT 2014
This is a reprint of our review from the 2014 Venice Film Festival. “Olive Kitteridge” debuts on HBO on November 2nd.
So that’s that then—the best film at the Venice Film Festival, in terms of providing a great central female role (which have been in shocking short supply, at least in the selection we’ve seen so far), is not a film at all. It’s the subtle, sublime, Lisa Cholodenko-directed, 4-hour HBO miniseries “Olive Kitteridge,” and the performance in question come from Frances McDormand, who achieves such a perfect, uncompromised synthesis with the title character that it’s difficult to imagine anyone else ever answering to the name. Quite apart from the show itself, which is sensitively directed by Cholodenko, cleverly written by Jane Anderson, beautifully shot by DP Frederick Elmes, and immaculately performed by its large ensemble, especially the incredible Richard Jenkins, the meta narrative of seeing one of our greatest working actresses unite with such an unusual and worthwhile role is immensely satisfying all by itself. “Olive Kitteridge” deserves Frances McDormand, and Frances McDormand deserves “Olive Kitteridge.”
Home » Movie News » Geoff Stults enlisted for fire-fighter comedy
“Enlisted’s” Geoff Stults is set to co-write and possibly star in a multi camera fire-fighter comedy at CBS and Sony Pictures TV.
Fox has premiered two new TV spots for their Ridley Scott biblical epic, Exodus: Gods and Kings.
We were supremely impressed from the Exodus: Gods and Kings footage presentation and much of it is teased in the below TV spots that debuted online today.
The two teasers’ monikers could not be more appropriate and fitting for the entire film that stars Christian Bale as Moses and Joel Edgerton as Ramses. Two Brothers and Something is Coming.
Exodus Gods and Kings TV Spot: Two Brothers
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, watch the first clip from ‘Interstellar,’ count down some awesome and obscure horror movies, and watch new footage from Ridley Scott’s latest.
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