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laurenmorrill:

'If I Stay' Trailer (by MTV)

The book wrecked me (every time I read it), the trailer wrecked me (when Denny is holding baby Teddy? Oh god … just ugly sobbing through to the end), and I’m pretty sure I’m going to be a loud, sobbing, blubbering mess. I’m going to this movie with an entire box of kleenex.

This is one of my very favorite books, and from the looks of the trailer, Hollywood might just get it right. I mean honestly, the casting of Mia’s parents is perfection, and I love that Adam is handsome, but also looks like a normal dude (which he IS). Don’t let me down!

I was bascially sobbing by the end. LOVE the book, can’t wait for the movie!

hypable
hypable:

Two new Captain America: The Winter Soldier clips have been released and the studio reveals the film is on track for a massive opening weekend.
The first Captain America pulled in $65 million during its opening weekend back in 2011, but the sequel is tracking for a $90 million opening weekend. To put that in perspective, Thor: The Dark World came in at $85.7 million, so The Winter Soldier could end up being the 2nd highest grossing solo film that Marvel has released.
Captain America’s sequel has been getting impeccable reviews and currently holds a 92% on Rottentomatoes – where Thor’s sequel could only garner a 65%. No one is quite sure what’s causing the sequel to have so much steam behind it, but it looks like Marvel has a massive hit on their hands.
This may be why Captain America 3 has already been greenlit and directors Anthony and Joe Russo have already signed on to the direct the third film. We look forward to the fan response once the film hits U.S. theaters this Friday.
While we’ve seen half a dozen clips and TV spots for the film, the latest TV spot and clip have been released featuring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury.
Watch the clips at Hypable.com

hypable:

Two new Captain America: The Winter Soldier clips have been released and the studio reveals the film is on track for a massive opening weekend.

The first Captain America pulled in $65 million during its opening weekend back in 2011, but the sequel is tracking for a $90 million opening weekend. To put that in perspective, Thor: The Dark World came in at $85.7 million, so The Winter Soldier could end up being the 2nd highest grossing solo film that Marvel has released.

Captain America’s sequel has been getting impeccable reviews and currently holds a 92% on Rottentomatoes – where Thor’s sequel could only garner a 65%. No one is quite sure what’s causing the sequel to have so much steam behind it, but it looks like Marvel has a massive hit on their hands.

This may be why Captain America 3 has already been greenlit and directors Anthony and Joe Russo have already signed on to the direct the third film. We look forward to the fan response once the film hits U.S. theaters this Friday.

While we’ve seen half a dozen clips and TV spots for the film, the latest TV spot and clip have been released featuring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury.

Watch the clips at Hypable.com

hypable
hypable:

Which of the following names doesn’t belong: Tom Cruise, Denzel Washington, Tommy Lee Jones, Matthew McConaughey, Matt Damon, and Zac Efron. That’s a trick question.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Zac Efron will star in and produce a film adaptation of The Associate, one of the many novels written by John Grisham. Efron will join the actors listed above as actors to star in a Grisham adaptation.
Originally published in 2009, The Associate follows a Yale Law School graduate who gets blackmailed by criminals who force him to spy for them at one of the world’s biggest law firms.
Read more at Hypable.com

whaaat…?

hypable:

Which of the following names doesn’t belong: Tom Cruise, Denzel Washington, Tommy Lee Jones, Matthew McConaughey, Matt Damon, and Zac Efron. That’s a trick question.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Zac Efron will star in and produce a film adaptation of The Associate, one of the many novels written by John Grisham. Efron will join the actors listed above as actors to star in a Grisham adaptation.

Originally published in 2009, The Associate follows a Yale Law School graduate who gets blackmailed by criminals who force him to spy for them at one of the world’s biggest law firms.

Read more at Hypable.com

whaaat…?