by on August 8,2010

As you can see the new layout is finally up! I love this shoot of Mia – she looks so soft and calm in the photos. What do you think about new look? Comments are <3 as always!

by on August 8,2010

Thanks Mka for the tip!

Geez, ask a simple question, get a simple answer. Jim Jarmusch recently sat down with Pitchfork to talk about his work curating a day at the upcoming All Tomorrow’s Parties festival in upstate New York (his pretty great line up includes Girls, Fucked Up, Kurt Vile, Vivian Girls, Raekwon, GZA, DJ Kool Herc, Sunn O))) and Boris) and it didn’t take much prompting for him to drop some pretty big news about a couple of forthcoming projects he’s working on.

Most excitingly, Jarmusch has lined up a helluva cast for his next film. Three of our favorites, Tilda Swinton, Michael Fassbender and Mia Wasikowska are tentatively slated to star in the director’s next film. He reveals that while it isn’t “quite financed yet” he does “hope to shoot early next year.” No details on what it’s about but frankly, who cares. That lineup sounds extraordinary and we hope some investors out there start writing some checks to make this happen. For Swinton, it will be her third film with Jarmusch following 2009’s excellent and under-appreciated “The Limits Of Control” and 2005’s “Broken Flowers.” And if it all comes together it will be a re-team for Fassbender and Wasikowska following their work on Cary Fukunaga’s forthcoming “Jane Eyre.”

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by on August 8,2010

The contenders to lead David Fincher’s new thriller are an intriguing collection of unknowns—and speculation is flying as to who will get the job. Gina Piccalo separates fact from fiction.

While every major role in director David Fincher’s hotly anticipated crime thriller The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo has been cast in the last two weeks, the title character remains a mystery.

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For instance, Alice in Wonderland star Mia Wasikowska (wearing a Lisbeth-esque pixie haircut) still gets named as a leading contender. As the co-star of Disney’s billion-dollar spring blockbuster opposite Johnny Depp and this summer’s critical hit The Kids Are All Right, she would bring her own burgeoning celebrity to Dragon. But Wasikowska respectfully declined Fincher’s offer to screen test for it and has returned home to Australia. (The 20-year-old star will appear in two indie dramas next year: director Gus Van Sant’s Restless and as the title character in Jane Eyre.)

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by on August 8,2010

Thanks to Tori, I was able to add HQ screencaptures of 2007 movie “Rogue” with Mia as Sherry.




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by on August 8,2010

Thanks to Mka, I’ve added 7 HQ stills from “The Kids Are All Right!




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