Updated Nov 26, 2012 - 8:57 am
Click Chick: It's the most wonderful time of the year for film fans
This is the time of the year when most of the movies that are Oscar bait are released. What's getting lots of buzz? The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: Lincoln, Silver Linings Playbook, Life of Pi and Les Miserables. Speaking of Les Miz, that film apparently got a standing ovation at a recent New York screening, according to IB Times. Take a look at the international trailer:
More Downton News: Last week I gave you the big news that Downton Abbey has been renewed for a fourth season. However, we've learned a major character -aka Cousin Matthew and heir to the Earl of Grantham and the man who'd get the title and the house will reportedly leave the show. So says the MSN.
New Biopic in the Works: They're making a movie about Wikileaks. It will show the rise of Wikileaks and a serious falling out its lead partners, reports to CinemaBlend. Sounds like the Facebook movie plot if you ask me.
Lohan Can Do Better: Entertainment Weekly says Linday Lohan "did Elizabeth Taylor wrong" in that Liz & Dick made for TV movie. And from what I saw, I can't totally disagree. People called her "fascinating, yet terrible."
Chris Brown's Twitter War: Troubled R&B singer Chris Brown has taken down his Twitter account following a nasty feud with comedienne Jenny Johnson, says NY Daily News. He tweeted that he looked old. She said yes, that happens when you're a worthless... fill in the blank folks. He retaliated and the Twitter war began. He then deactivated his account. In other Twitter news, Rihanna did tweet a photo of him lounging on his Bart Simpson sheets over the Thanksgiving weekend - even though the pair swear they aren't seeing each other, reports the HuffPo. She needs an intervention. Stat.
Game of Thrones, Comedy Style: Someone took the time to give Game of Thrones the Seinfeld treatment. The Wrap breaks it down.
Saying No to Spielberg: Even the best get told no. Take Steven Spielberg for example. He wanted to direct a film in the Bond series. But was told no. At least, that's according former Bond actor Roger Moore in an interview with the Daily Mail. He went off and made the Indiana Jones series instead and well - we all know how that went.
Cameron Diaz Jaw Dropping Quote: You make your own call about this Cameron Diaz quote The Insider found: "I think every woman does want to be objectified. There's a little part of you at all times that hopes to be somewhat objectified, and I think it's healthy."
Gayle Bass, The Click Chick