February 4th, 2011

Spanish WFE movie tie-in book cover + Sara Gruen's reaction to seeing the trailer on the big screen

 

Small for now, but had to post it :)
Title has not been released, but you can pre-order on Amazon!

Plus....Sara Gruen reacts to seeing the trailer on the BIG screen, she posted this on her Facebook:
"Finally saw the trailer on the big screen! Went to see The King’s Speech (excellent) and they didn’t play the WFE trailer, so we asked after and they showed it to us in a theater by ourselves. I got kind of (very) verklempt!"

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Kristen earns double Tom Cruise's salary

 
 

Tom Cruise earned just over half of Kristen Stewart’s $28.5 million in takings at the end of 2010, making The Twilight Saga actress a hot ticketReportedly earning $75 million for Mission Impossible 2, Tom Cruise has had a career low point after the Oprah incident, but recently recovered somewhat with ‘Knight and Day’ co-starring Cameron Diaz. Critics were quick to brand Cruise’s recovery as ‘Impossible’, but knowing his personal mission, the irony is cinematic. The Mission Impossible actor might not be on Vanity Fair’s top 20 Hollywood earners this year, but the actor reportedly earned over $14 million for his latest outing in MI4.
Kristen Stewart was recently linked to portraying Snow White (...)

Water for Elephants & Moulin Rouge - are there similarities?

 
 

EW has found some similarities between there new Water for Elephants poster and Moulin Rouge's:

"In my mind, Water for Elephants is really just a sequel to Moulin Rouge. But only because I’m looking at their very similar posters side-by-side. Bright lights! Female Oscar winners! Getting cozy with accented romantics! Also: Water for Elephant‘s poster features (fittingly, of course) an elephant. (“Elephant Love Medley,” guys!) And the tagline: “Life is the most spectacular show on Earth.” (“Spectacular, spectacular,” guys!) All that’s missing is a Narcoleptic Argentinian. Hey, I only speak the truth"

Ok...but they are completely different films...