Friday, May 28, 2010

“Justin Bieber Gets Bad-Mouthed By Jeremy Renner In MTV Movie Awards ... - MTV.com” plus 3 more

“Justin Bieber Gets Bad-Mouthed By Jeremy Renner In MTV Movie Awards ... - MTV.com” plus 3 more


Justin Bieber Gets Bad-Mouthed By Jeremy Renner In MTV Movie Awards ... - MTV.com

Posted: 27 May 2010 09:34 PM PDT

By Jenna Shulman

Just a few weeks ago, a promo for the 2010 Movie Awards was aired featuring Aziz Ansari alongside Kristen Bell watching "The Hurt Locker." Although Kristen is fabulous, viewers were left with a void — where was the movie's main man, Jeremy Renner!? Well, now another commercial has been created, and Jeremy is front and center! Annndddd if that's not enough, teen sensation Justin Bieber is also present. Jeremy and Justin … what could be better?

In the the clip above, Aziz is hanging with the Biebs as the two sit down and enjoy "The Hurt Locker" in 4-D. Then, the Oscar-nominated star gets out of the television screen and starts yelling at Justin for eating his chips too loud. Jeremy loses his cool (which is pretty sexy, might I add!) and tells little J to "relax on the chips there, cowboy."

Shortly after, Aziz interjects and shouts, "That's Justin Bieber, bro! People don't talk back to him!" Jeremy replies that he doesn't know who he is and frankly doesn't care. Moments later, Jeremy's cell phone rings and — gasp! — Justin's hit song "Baby" is playing as his ringtone. Jeremy clearly lied about his fondness for the pop star.

For anyone else this surely wouldn't fly, but for our Hollywood crush, Jeremy Renner, we'll let this one slide. You're just too good looking to get mad at, Renner...even when it comes to insulting teenaged singers.

What do you think of the new MTV Movie Awards promo? Funniest one yet?

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Batman 3, Superman Reboot & Flash Movie Updates - Screenrant.com

Posted: 27 May 2010 10:52 PM PDT

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Our friends over at IESB broke the exclusive news awhile back, and now Heat Vision is confirming it: Currently on DC Entertainment/Warner Bros.' to do list are Chris Nolan's Batman 3, a Superman reboot called The Man of Steel (which will be produced by Nolan), and the long-gestating Flash movie.

Release dates are now set for Batman 3 and The Man of Steel, and there rumblings that earlier reports about a director for The Flash movie are closer to coming true.

WORLD'S FINEST

If you were looking forward to 2012 at the movies because of Marvel's Avengers movie then you should be getting goosebumps right now, because DCE/WB is upping the ante by making 2012 the year of "World's Finest."

No, Batman and Superman won't be teaming up on screen (yet), but we will have them both back in movies that same year. Nolan's Batman 3 is now set for a July 20, 2012 release date, and The Man of Steel will follow with a holiday season 2012 release.

If you don't already know, there are rumors starting to circle that DCE/WB is starting to build up their own shared continuity movie universe, likely in anticipation of the inevitable Justice League movie.

But how would that work when Nolan has said so many times that his Batman films exist in their own universe, and that Man of Steel will have "nothing to do" with the Batman continuity?

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Well, the rumor (again from our friends at IESB) is that DC will build their characters in their own worlds, slowly but surely intertwining them with each new film (likely starting with the upcoming Green Lantern) until…Justice League. Batman would naturally be the first superhero to appear, and the early continuity is looking like this:

BATMAN BEGINS > THE DARK KNIGHT > GREEN LANTERN > THE MAN OF STEEL

One can only assume The Flash would be the next entry after Superman makes his re-debut.

THE FLASH

Speaking of the scarlet speedster, the latest word is that DCE/WB is "nearing a greenlight" for The Flash movie, with previously reported writer/director Greg Berlanti (he co-wrote the Green Lantern script) still in consideration for the director's chair.

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Some people might be skeptical about Berlanti directing the Flash movie – but hey, remember when all those people doubted that Jon Favreau was the guy for Iron Man? And now ol' Shellhead has never been more popular. So long as the man at the helm understands his character

Though, it also helps that DCE creative director and Flash/Green Lantern comic book writer Geoff Johns is helping to guide the Flash movie along. As far as I'm concerned the project is in safe hands: on to casting The Flash.

More DC Movie updates as they come. Stay tuned.

Sources: IESB & Heat Vision

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Sandra Bullock Will Make Appearance at MTV Movie Awards - Gather.com

Posted: 27 May 2010 10:14 AM PDT

Sandra Bullock is about to make her first foray into the public eye post-split with Jesse James. The Oscar-winning actress is receiving the MTV Generation Award at June 6th's MTV Movie Awards. And, yes, she will receive the award in person.

This will be her first public appearance since revealing to People magazine that she quietly adopted son Louis. We can only assume that her acceptance speech will exemplify the same class and eloquence with which she's navigated the drama in her personal life.

According to People:

On Wednesday she was named the recipient of the MTV Generation Award "for her riveting and diverse contributions to the film industry," and her rep confirms, "she will be attending" the June 6 MTV Movie Awards in Universal City, Calif., though she won't be doing any interviews at the ceremony.

Previous recipients of the award include Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, Spike Lee and Adam Sandler. It's a boys' club no more!

Congrats, Sandy!

 

 

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Movie studio is a go for Pontiac - Detroit News

Posted: 27 May 2010 09:55 PM PDT

Louis Aguilar / The Detroit News

Michigan Motion Picture Studios L.L.C. film studio got final approval for $28 million in bond financing, the last hurdle to build a major film complex at General Motors Co. Centerpoint Business Campus in Pontiac.

The board of the Oakland County Economic Development Corp. gave final approval this morning of the bond.

"It's a green light, it's a go," said Mary Langhauser, Oakland Co. supervisor for financial services, who attended the meeting.

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Michigan Motion Picture Studios intends to build a new 185,000-square-foot building in addition to renovation of the current GM structure. The overall project will cost an estimated $60 million.

Partners in the studio expect to sell up to $28 million in bonds, with $18 million of the debt insured by the State of Michigan Employees Retirement System, according to Oakland County officials.

Of the remaining $32 million for the film project, Michigan Motion Pictures expects to be reimbursed $3.8 million for infrastructure improvements at the site through an allocation to the city of Pontiac under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Linden Nelson is chairman and CEO of Michigan Motion Picture Studios. Other partners include Raleigh Studios; A. Alfred Taubman and the Taubman family; Walbridge Aldinger CEO John Rakolta; and William Morris Endeavor Entertainment L.L.C.

In a separate announcement, Allen Park-based Global Renaissance Entertainment Group's Wylie Studios said it's "committed" to building a studio complex in downtown Detroit or Allen Park, the company said in a press statement. The plan is to make six major films there over the next three years, according to the film and television production company.

"The movie industry is blossoming in Michigan, and we are finalizing our location for a major studio complex to meet the needs of our productions," CEO Arthur Wylie said. "We have committed our future to movie-making in the Detroit area." Wylie said he hopes the company can build the studios at Allen Park alongside its corporate headquarters and education institute, but there are several attractive options in the downtown Detroit area.

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