^Oh I know, I am a huge Potter fan so she is one of my favorite actresses. She is on the right track with her career and personal life like Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence, so hopefully she will go far. Would love to see the three of them take Oscars home one day.
Emma Watson is now in talks for a role in Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' opposite Russel Crowe, Douglas Booth and Logan Lerman. Julianne Moore and Liev Schreiber are also in talks. Watson's beginning to build herself a VERY impressive resume. Her potential director's list (unforeseen issues with some of the incomplete projects not withstanding) will include: Alfonso Cuaron, Mike Newell, David Yates, Sofia Coppola, Guillermo del Toro, and now Darren Aronofsky. Not bad at all for a 22-year-old actress on the rise.
"You had my curiosity, now you have my attention" - Could Dicaprio win that oscar over Phoenix?? I know I'm a psych kind of guy
Jake M. Johnson, New Girl - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Jonathan Banks, Breaking Bad - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Michael Cudlitz, Southland - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
So excited to see this, loved the book. Since its from the same Producers as Juno and was a critically acclaimed/controversial story, don't count it out for any awards this season.
I am a HUGE fan of the book, and I mean HUGE FAN, but I'm very worried about this one. My fear is they will lose a lot the realness and gritty quality that the book had. I'm also afraid they'll set the movie in current day instead of in the early 90's setting of the book. I couldn't really tell from the trailer, but I hope they retain the same time-period the book had.
I just hope this doesn't become sanatized and lose the gritty stuff the book had. I'm worried that Emma Watson is VERY wrong for her role.
"Hearts are often broken When there are words unspoken In your soul there's answers to your prayers"- Whtiney Houston, Exhale
"Silver Linings Playbook" - After his Oscar nomination, the work of David O. Russell will no doubt receive more attention. But I'm going to reserve judgment on this particular project. The trailer makes me think this might be like every other inspirational yarn that is strung in front of us every year. Lawrence, De Niro, Cooper, and Chris Tucker in the same movie? Never thought I'd see the day. Also, not digging the title.
"Epic" - I love that animated features continue to spark creativity in generation after generation, and that projects with this apparent sort of imagination are being attempted. But saying in the trailer "from the creators of Ice Age" leads me to believe that this film will be anything but epic.
"Arbitrage" - Rich guy gets in trouble and in over his head. Been there, done that, hope the film isn't as color-by-numbers as it looks. If anything, it makes me think that we might be seeing the younger actress (Brit Marling, who plays Gere's daughter) much more in the future.
Wow, I did not mean for my comments to sound so cynical. Here, to balance out, let me post a trailer that I just saw in a showing of Brave. Wreck-It Ralph, assuming it doesn't suck, could pose a good contender for Animated Feature. I really like the concept.