If we can learn anything from the new international 'Spring Breakers' trailer, it's that life is all about big booties until the cops come to break up the party. Unlike the first one that hit a while back, this new trailer hails from France, and is more uncensored and NSFW, so be warned -- there's naughty language.
A group of girlfriends rob a store to fund their Spring Breaker excursion, but after they're caught, they soon find themselves in the company of an illegal arms and drug dealer who bailed them out of jail.
'Spring Breakers' is the movie you've no doubt heard about by now - Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens playing against type as bikini-clad, gun-toting criminals hanging out with a cornrowed James Franco - and after what seems like an endless wait, the film is finally hitting theaters this...spring. After seeing some international posters the other day, today we have our first look at the U.S. 'Spring Breakers' poster and if you're a fan of girls in bikinis holding guns, you'll be happy.
The buzz about Harmony Korine's 'Spring Breakers' - you know the one with James Franco with the cornrows and Selena Gomez with the bikini... - has been largely positive since it hit the festival circuit last year, and now comes the first official poster for the film, which makes it look like exactly the kind of movie you think it is.
"Bluh! Blobbity bluh blob blurr!" - the little animated vampire bat that the Columbia Pictures logo becomes at the beginning of 'Hotel Transylvania,' well representing the measure of humor in the film.
I'm gonna use the Z word. It's a word that usually elicits a binary response. Here it comes: zany. 'Hotel Transylvania' - the first feature film from underground animation legend Genndy Tartakovsky starring the voice and spirit of Adam Sandler and co-written by Robert Smigel (the man behind Triumph the Insult Comic Dog) - is a little bit clever, a little bit crafty, a little bit silly but, fundamentally, it is zany.
This year we're getting a deluge of spookily-themed kids movies that mix classic horror staples (ghosts, vampires and Frankenstein) with the soft edges of children's entertainment. Genndy Tartakovsky's 'Hotel Transylvania' comes between 'ParaNorman' and 'Frankenweenie,' and now there's a clip.
'Spring Breakers' - the upcoming crime film starring James Franco, Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens - is about to premiere at the Venice Film Festival next week. In anticipation of its debut, the first clip from the film is online. And while there is no Franco and no bank robbery, it does show a very different side of its Disney-fied cast and hints at bad things to come.
Here’s what we know about Harmony Korine’s comedy-drama ‘Spring Breakers’ so far: The cute chick from ‘The Wizards of Waverly Place’ (Selena Gomez) grew up fast; James Franco does a mean K-Fed impression; and, after viewing these photos, we night need to clear out our internet cache, just in case my laptop somehow lands in the hands of the authorities.
If you grew up in the late nineties, then you were blessed with watching a few animated series that were created by Genndy Tartakovsky. He's best known for creating shows like 'Samurai Jack' and 'Dexter's Laboratory' along with writing episodes for 'The Powerpuff Girls' and 'Star Wars: Clone Wars.' You can imagine the utter joy may fans, including myself, are feeling over the fact that he's finally making his feature film debut with Sony Pictures Animation's 'Hotel Transylvania.' And today we get our first look at the spooky characters from the film.