Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Ron Howard Won’t Direct The Da Vinci Code Sequel The Lost Symbol

The Da Vinci Code made $758 million worldwide.  The sequel, Angels & Demons, earned a reduced (yet still very impressive) $485 million.  Naturally, Sony is going for the hat trick, and hired Steven Knight last year to adapt The Lost Symbol, the third book in the Robert Langdon series.  Last we checked, series author Dan Brown started work on a rewrite, though neither franchise star Tom Hanks nor director Ron Howard were confirmed to return.  Howard, at least, never will be — he may produce, but has decided not to direct The Lost Symbol.  Details after the jump.
A source tells Deadline:
“Ron told Amy Pascal and Michael Lynton that he was not going to be directing Dan Brown’s novels anymore. He just didn’t want to do that thing over and over, the same character and the same stories.”
the_lost_symbol_book_coverFair enough.  Laudable as a creative decision, though as Deadline points out, Howard could use a hit.  The Dan Brown films have propped up Howard’s resume lately — elsewhere, the last ten years are highlighted by relative flops like Cinderella Man and The Dilemma.  And it had to hurt when all the time and effort into setting up Dark Tower went to waste after Universal passed on the project.  Not to fret too much.  Howard is already casting his next project, Rush, not to mention Under the Banner of Heaven and Spy vs. Spy in the pipeline.  The multimillionaire, now in his fifth decade as a director, will be just fine.

So will The Lost Symbol, probably.  The report does not update on Hanks’ involvement, but Sony is on the lookout for a replacement director, so I imagine they have some hope of securing the star for another round.
Here’s the book synopsis:
As the story opens, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned unexpectedly to deliver an evening lecture in the U.S. Capitol Building. Within minutes of his arrival, however, the night takes a bizarre turn. A disturbing object —artfully encoded with five symbols—is discovered in the Capitol Building. Langdon recognizes the object as an ancient invitation . . . one meant to usher its recipient into a long-lost world of esoteric wisdom.

When Langdon’s beloved mentor, Peter Solomon—a prominent Mason and philanthropist —is brutally kidnapped, Langdon realizes his only hope of saving Peter is to accept this mystical invitation and follow wherever it leads him. Langdon is instantly plunged into a clandestine world of Masonic secrets, hidden history, and never-before-seen locations—all of which seem to be dragging him toward a single, inconceivable truth. [Powell's Books]

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Kristen Stewart As Snow White


Straight from Comic-Com comes the promo pictures for Stoned Snow White and the Huntsman starring Kristen Stewart as Snow White, Charlize Theron as The Evil Queen, Chris Hemsworth as The Huntsman, Sam Claflin, Eddie Izzard, Nick Frost and Toby Jones. This is the second Snow White movie coming out next year, and this one is going to turn Snow White into a Joan of Arc type bad bitch who drops the innocent maiden act to take down The Queen.

I know these are just pictures, but since only premature overreactions are allowed on the internet, I just have to say: THE FUCK?! Kristen Stewart as Snow White = No. Kristen Stewart as Dopey = Si. How is Snow White going to bite the apple when she's too busy biting her own lip? How are we going to know the difference between Snow White in an apple-induced coma and Snow White not in an apple-induced coma since Kristen Stewart always looks like she's been bitten by the Lunesta moth. And even a half-broken lezzie mirror with Twihard tendencies who has never felt the drop of Windex would never say that Kristen Stewart is "fairer" than Charlize Theron. Bye Ho....Bye Ho....

Bitches need to explain all of this right after they explain why Charlize Theron looks like Heidi of the Alps at a Brother of the Wolf costume party.

OMG!!! Spider-Man Villain Rhys Ifans Arrested At Comic-Con

Perez Hilton Filed under: Icky Icky Poo > Anglophilia > Film Flickers > Busted!
How tacky.
The Amazing Spider-Man villain Rhys Ifans was arrested and cited for a misdemeanor battery just moments before the Spider-Man panel at Comic-Con on Friday night.

Ifans, who smelled of alcohol, became irate when a member os (sic) his entourage was unable to enter the hall because she didn't have the proper credentials. Instead of handling the situation like an adult, Ifans shoved a female security guard.

He was allowed to participate in the panel, showing up late, but the guard did subsequently make a citizen's arrest on the Welsh actor.
Lt. Andra Brown said:
"He was aggressive and belligerent. He was… berating everyone from the security staff to the United States of America.
He was cited and released, which is a non-custodial misdemeanor arrest."
He then left the venue immediately after receiving the citation.

He could be required to pay a fine and may even have to return to San Diego to contest the case before a judge. Brown says, "But, according to him, the U.S. sucks and he doesn't want to come back."

A spokesman for Sony says that he "deeply regrets the incident."

That's not the right way to treat your American fans! Getting arrested at an event where thousands of fans gather to see you is pretty ridiculous. Hopefully, you change your mind about America, Rhys. Maaaaybe, we'll welcome you back.
[Image via WENN.]

America Loves Its Captain!

Perez Hilton Filed under: Justin Timberlake > Film Flickers > Harry Potter > Mila Kunis > Business Blitz
Captain America: The First Avenger was Captain of the Box Office this weekend!
The movie brought some energy to the superhero franchise since most recent movies X-Men: First Class and Green Lantern were disappointments at the box office.
The Paramount/Marvel film brought in $65.8 million over the weekend, surpassing Thor, which came in at $65.7 million during its debut in May.

The predominately male audience gave the film good reviews, which catapulted the movie into first place, knocking down last week's blockbuster, record-breaking Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. Harry dropped by 72%, but still brought in impressive numbers with $48.1 million in its second week. Within a week, the movie has almost hit $1 billion worldwide.

Despite the endless promotion, Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis' movie Friends with Benefits brought in an underwhelming number of $18.5 million, coming in third place in its opening weekend. Decent, but not enough to be considered a success.

Here's the top 10 films of the weekend:
1. Captain America: The First Avenger — $65.8 mil
2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 — $48.1 mil
3. Friends with Benefits — $18.5 mil
4. Transformers: Dark of the Moon — $12 mil
5. Horrible Bosses — $11.7 mil
6. Zookeeper — $8.7 mil
7. Cars 2 — $5.7 mil
8. Winnie the Pooh — $5.1 mil
9. Bad Teacher — $2.6 mil
10. Midnight in Paris — $1.9 mil
So, what did U see this weekend, Perezcious readers??

What did the Daddy Tomato say to his kid that was walking slow? Ketchup!

- Alexander Skargard and that creepy Lanister guy at Comic-Con - Lainey
- New pics of the Dwarves from 'The Hobbit' - Holy Moly
- Comic-Con Awesomeness - Popsugar
- A nerds take on Comic-Con - The Nerdist
- Comic-Con 2011: ‘Alcatraz’ embraces its ‘Lost’ roots - LA Times

See you later:-)

Thursday, July 21, 2011

How to make a hot man look like a dumb ass 101

Give him clippers and turn off the lights for jolly fun...

First Look At Lily Collins As Snow White!

Perez Hilton Filed under: Julia Roberts > Film Flickers
This is your first look at Lily Collins as Snow White in the yet to be titled Relativity Media film.
The actress spoke about the delight she has playing the fairest of them all:
"I keep saying to everyone I feel like I’m walking into a snow globe, a fairy tale, every single day. It’s so epic. I was part of a costume ball today, so you can only imagine the outfits."
And how is this Snow White different than the others?
"She’s a naive innocent young girl who turns into a woman and really finds herself. She's not a passive princess, but it’s not a cynical take on the folktale icon either. She’s very much that fairy tale princess we’ve all read about in books. She’s been modernized in a way that she becomes a fighter in the end."
The movie also stars Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen and Sean Bean as Snow White's father. It has a release date of March 16, 2012.
What do U think of Lily's costume and make-up? Does this scream Snow White to U??

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

In honour of the release of 'Captain America: The First Avenger'...

See it under the stars.  Several drive in theaters in my area are showing it and I live in the middle of nowhere:-)

For a listing of all Drive Ins, open or closed...CLICK HERE!


Tyler Durden on (@mustard_seeds) Twitter!!!


Stay tuned for more:-) 

Economics wizards calculate cost to attend Hogwarts

In honor of the release of the final Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, two Lehigh University economics students decided to investigate what it would cost to attend the prestigious Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Their blog post, How Much Does It Cost to Go to Hogwarts?, attracted major media attention in outlets including the Washington Post, Time and the Huffington Post as the film opened to boffo box office business of $476 million worldwide.

Anjan Gupta '12 and Dan Maryanovich '12 are two members of The Economics Society at Lehigh who run the blog, Centives, a collection of interesting economics studies akin to the popular New York Times bestseller, Freakanomics. The undergraduates have written previously on whether law school is worth the price of admission and the economics of movie theater popcorn.

For this, their most popular entry, Gupta and Maryanovich made a few assumptions to arrive at their conclusion that a year at Hogwarts costs approximately $42,752.  The price includes tuition (based upon the average cost of England’s most prestigious—and real—boarding schools) as well as estimated costs for all the items detailed on page 51 of the first book, and the Philosopher’s Stone: robes, a plain pointed hat, dragon hide gloves and a winter cloak.

After just a few short days online, with a push from Lehigh’s Twitter account, the Centives blog received more than 18,000 page views and more than 400 re-tweets.

“The response has been unbelievable for us,” Gupta says. “We’re still getting thousands of views a day and we’ve been reading through Twitter posts about it from all over the world. Dan and I are talking to each other every day to see if we can build on this and continue to produce things that people would like to read.”

College of Business and Economics Dean Paul Richard Brown says the efforts of Gupta and Mayanovich “demonstrate the ingenuity and energy of so many of our students. The Harry Potter books and films are a global phenomenon, so it’s wonderful that Anjan and Dan applied their economics background and imagination to a subject that fascinates and delights so many.”
Provided by Lehigh University (news : web)



I am back from a hard sweaty week at the day job:(

Tell me, for a surprise DVD, who stars in 'V for Vendetta' and 'Captain America: The First Avenger'?

First one right wins!  Good luck!

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Tori Releases Cover Art And Tracklist For New Album, Night Of Hunters!

**It's always a good day when I can say I have Tori Amos news:-)

Perez Hilton Filed under: Music Minute > Tori Amos
Oh man. We cannot even BEGIN to tell you how excited we are for this.
Check out the cover art for Tori Amos' upcoming 12th studio album, Night Of Hunters (above), which is set to be released in September of this year!
She looks STUNNING, no?
And an alleged tracklist has also surfaced, which includes the following:
1. "Shattering Sea"
2. "SnowBlind"
3. "Battle of Trees"
4. "Fearlessness"
5. "Cactus Practice"
6. "Star Whisperer"
7. "Job's Coffin"
8. "Nautical Twilight"
9. "Your Ghost"
10. "Edge of the Moon"
11. "The Chase"
12. "Night of Hunters"
13. "Seven Sisters"
14. "Carry"
Wow - it definitely sounds, at least from the titles, that she's got a VERY specific theme and aesthetic running throughout this entire project!
This is going to be epic. We just KNOW it!
Can't wait to hear it, gurl!
What do U think?? Are U looking forward to new Tori??

'Torchwood': Will 'Miracle Day' top 'Children of Earth?'

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After what seems like a year's worth of hype and chatter, "Torchwood: Miracle Day" finally kicked off its stateside Starz run on July 8. And while UK fans still have to wait until July 14 for the premiere, fans in the US can start to process this latest turn for the franchise.

With a two year absence on the airwaves, "Miracle Day" has a lot to live up to. Season 3, "Torchwood: Children of Earth," catapulted the series from fun "Doctor Who" spin-off to one of the most thoughtful contemporary science fiction series. It set a high bar.

Our first thoughts? The detail and scope of "Miracle Day" is about as big as television will allow, short of something like "Game of Thrones." The different locations, intense stunt work and effects and complex web of storylines give sci-fi chance to shine.

And while we admittedly love the premiere, subsequent episodes blow it out of the water. "Children of Earth" was taught, with a huge emotional pay-off, but "Miracle Day" seems poised to easily eclipse it.

Did you see "Miracle Day?" Let us know what you think in the poll.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Expecto Perfection! Five NEW Scenes Released From Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows - Part 2!



Draco and Snape and Fiendfyre‎! Oh my!

Our eyes are about to aguamenti with joy! So much to see … it's such a damn tease!!!

Five new scenes from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 have been released today, all having to do with major plot points of the story. There are even some scenes that have changed from the book for the movie, so there is something new for everyone to see.

If you dare spoil the movie for yourself, you'll get a glimpse of the Fiendfyre‎, Alan Rickman working his magic, Tom Felton being all badass, a daring plan to return to Hogwarts and that cutie pie Matthew Lewis as Neville Longbottom.

Check out the clip above to see the Harry Potter square off with Draco Malfoy over a Horcrux, then click the jump to dive into four more fantastic clips.

This wait … is excruciating. WHY IS IT NOT JULY 15TH????

Sure, there was more going on than the Harry Potter Premiere...

- Thousands celebrate Dalai Lama's birthday in US - Yahoo News
- Depp Orbiting + Script Refinement + 1 Billion Dollars And Counting = PIRATES 5?? - Ain't It Cool News
- DanRad Is A Hero! Accepts Prestigious Award From Trevor Project! - Perez Hilton

Amazing fun.

I started the day with my car broken, bills due and a hurt toe, only for it to turn out to be Harry Potter premiere day in London.

Thank you for the memories, thank you for the words and thank you for making a crap day fantastic!

And, finally, Harry Potter author @JK_Rowling at the London premiere of Deathly Hallows: Part 2. #HarryPotterLive

I decided to work through lunch:-)

Daniel Radcliffe, the man himself, greets fans at the London premiere of Deathly Hallows; Part 2. #HarryPotterLive

Daniel and JK Rowling #Harry PotterLive

Daniel Radcliffe #HarryPotterLive

Dame Maggie Smith, aka Professor McGonagall, at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

Lord Voldemort himself, Ralph Fiennes at London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

The great Helena!!! #HarryPotterlive

First off is Rupert Grint on the red carpet at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

Here's @Evy_Lynch in a lovely white dress at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

Emma Watson, @EmWatson, greets all at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

The awesome @Mattdavelewis on the red carpet at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

Clemence Poesy strikes a pose at the London Deathly Hallows; Part 2 premiere today. #HarryPotterLive

Robbie Coltrane - HAGRID - at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

Bonnie Wright & @JamieBower on the red carpet of the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

WTF MOMENT!!! Natalia Tena, aka Tonks, looks excited at the London Deathly Hallows; Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

And @WarwickADavis heads down the red carpet of the London Deathly Hallows; Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

Here are @TomFelton & Jade Gordon at London's Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere today. #HarryPotterLive

A hearty wave from @James_Phelps & @OliverPhelps at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

Bonnie Wright flashes a smile at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

Domhnall Gleeson, aka Bill Weasley, waves at fans at the London Deathly Hallows; Part 2 premiere. #HarryPotterLive

Helen McCrory, aka Mrs Narcissa Malfoy, at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere.

Helen McCrory, aka Mrs Narcissa Malfoy, at the London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere.  Va va va voom!

Pictures from the Harry Potter Premiere airing online NOW!

Soon to be Dame (Hopefully) Julie Waters...

Final ‘Harry Potter’ Film: The First Reviews Are In

Yahoo News

The wait is over: The first reviews are in for the final movie of the much beloved "Harry Potter" series based on the J.K. Rowling novels. The last installment, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows -- Part 2," directed by David Yates, opens next week. 

The second and final installment depicts the battle between good and evil in the wizarding world as it escalates into war. Harry Potter (played by Daniel Radcliffe) is called upon to possibly make the ultimate sacrifice in his showdown with Lord Voldemort. The young wizard is joined by Rupert Grint and Emma Watson, who reprise their roles as Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. 

So what do the critics have to say about the end? Let's take a look. 

Todd McCarthy for the Hollywood Reporter raves that the franchise goes out with a bang: "An outstanding capper to the most lucrative film franchise of all time." 

The reviewer adds, "Fully justifying the decision, once thought purely mercenary, of splitting J.K. Rowling's final book into two parts, this is an exciting and, to put it mildly, massively eventful finale that will grip and greatly please anyone who has been at all a fan of the series up to now." 

Variety's Justin Chang gripes at the short film time -- at 131 minutes, it's the shortest in the series -- and unsatisfying ending. The critic notes that the movie "surges ahead with tremendous urgency, superb spectacle and powerful, even overwhelming emotion, only to falter with a hasty sendoff that seems to buckle under the weight of audience expectations. Tears will be shed as fans bid farewell to Hogwarts, but catharsis remains just out of reach." 

Chang adds that fans may actually prefer the lively pacing of this movie to the first installment: "'Part 2' will strike many viewers as a much more exciting, involving picture than the slower, more atmospheric 'Part 1.'" But the critic is left unhappy with the quick ending: "While Yates' economy is admirable, this is one picture that had every right to take its time and allow viewers the courtesy of a more ceremonious and protracted farewell." 

The Telegraph disagrees, preferring this cinematic version of the tale, writing, "Perhaps the greatest triumph of this final film is its ability to overcome the deficiencies of J. K. Rowling’s writing," adding, "But Yates here transmutes it into a genuinely terrifying spectacle, as bloodied students fight desperately against a horde of screaming black-robed Death Eaters." 

Parting is such sweet sorrow. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows -- Part 2" opens Friday, July 15.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Emma Watson: 'Harry Potter' Photo Call in London!

Emma Watson shows off her gorgeous gams at a photo call for her latest movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, held at The Renaissance St Pancras Hotel on Wednesday (July 6) in London, England.
The 21-year-old actress was joined by co-stars Rupert Grint, Tom Felton, James Phelps, Oliver Phelps, and Bonnie Wright.

Have you gotten your tickets for Deathly Hallows yet? The film will be released on July 15.

FYI: Emma is wearing a Rafael Lopez dress with Chanel pumps.

10+ pictures inside of Emma Watson and co-stars at a photo call for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Monday, July 4, 2011

Top 50 Witches in the History of Film - Who is you favourite?

I am working on a list of the top 50 Witches in film history.  Who is you favourite?  I will include documentaries if they were shown in theaters, not on TV.

See below for the first documentary about Witches made in 1922, 'Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages.'

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Nicolas Cage Settles Lawsuit With Vampire Movie Producer

Perez Hilton Filed under: Film Flickers > Legal Matters > Nicolas Cage

That was fast!
Just a couple days ago Nicolas Cage was hit with a lawsuit by producer Paul Brooks who worked with the actor on the movie Shadow of the Vampire, things have already been settled.

The two had a dispute over money Brooks believed Cage owed him. Looks like they've settled the amount owed (around $78,000) because Cage's rep said this:
"Contrary to recent reports that a lawsuit was going forth by Paul Brooks and Early Bird Productions against Mr. Cage, this matter has been resolved privately and amicably between the parties and therefore no legal action is being pursued."
Lucky break, Nic! Especially since we know you've kinda been going through a rough time lately. Chin up, buddy!
[Image via WENN

AWESOME PICTURE!!! - James Phelps on Fred Weasley’s Scenes: 'I Feel Like a Really Close Friend Has Died'

Parade Magazine

**Click on the link at the bottom for an interview with (Neville) Matthew Lewis

Warning: Spoilers ahead!

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II is undoubtedly the most dramatic film in the franchise and includes one of the most devastating deaths, when the Battle of Hogwarts claims the life of one of the series' fan-favorite characters: Fred Weasley.

James Phelps, who plays one-half of the older identical twin brothers of Ron, talked to about saying goodbye to his beloved character. Phelps, 25, also revealed that he has just seen the final version of the film, and he predicts fans will be “blown away.”

On the last installment of the Harry Potter series.
“It’s really good! I mean, really good. I wasn’t sure what to expect, to be honest, but it blew me away.”

On filming his character’s death scene.
“It was surreal. I feel like a really close friend has died. It was more like a Saving Private Ryan scene than Harry Potter, so it was kind of cool, because every guy wants to be in an action movie and that’s what this is. But I pretty much just laid there and fell asleep. I think it was more of a challenge for the other guys than me. Rupert [Grint] and Oliver [Phelps], they really upped their game for that one. Hopefully people will like how it's been done.”

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On how his real-life brother, Oliver, handled the dramatic scene.
“I think that it was an emotional day for everyone when we shot Fred lying there. We did about five takes total, and then Oliver was done because it had emotionally drained him. It’s really hard to put yourself in that position and imagine that kind of thing.”

On sharing the Potter experience with his brother.
“It’s been great. You go back and tell your family about it, but it’s even cooler to actually experience it with a family member. We can share all these things with each other.”

The twin brothers took their onscreen pranks — offscreen.
“We did do quite a few pranks on set to keep ourselves entertained, and then we could just fall back on the ‘Oh, we’re just in character’ thing.”

Photos: Daniel, Emma, and Rupert through the years

He managed to leave the set with a small memento.
“I always wanted to take my wand, but they kept those because they’re doing a prop tour. But it would be quite cool to have one of those one day. But the one that I did actually get to take with me was money from Gringotts Wizarding Bank. The actual coins were really detailed.”

On the Fred and George Weasley fanbase.
“It’s quite cool. I never really understood it until we got going and we got the fans' reaction. A lot of people say that they enjoyed how we brought comic relief to the movie.”

On his favorite Potter character.
I think Voldemort, to be honest. He’s not like any bad guy around. Normally, the bad guy shows some kind of remorse, but Voldemort doesn’t show any remorse to anybody. I think he’s quite powerful in that sense. People who have read the book know the outcome, but you still watch the movie and think, ‘How are you going to defeat this guy?’”

Photos: The Many (Famous) Faces of Harry Potter

Looking back on his very first day of filming.
“I remember it very clearly. We were in a little village in Yorkshire, literally in the middle of the countryside, and we shot the last scene of the first movie when Harry gets back on the train. That’s the first scene we ever shot, and I can remember being nervous as hell.”

On seeing the series come to an end.
“We always thought that we wouldn’t know what it would be like until we were on the promotional tour, so now it’s starting to really sink in. I think the London premiere is going to be quite emotional.”

Matthew Lewis Exclusive: 'I'm Ready to Say Goodbye to Neville Longbottom'

I've seen it twice, how about you? - 'Transformers' shape up with year's best weekend (AP)

LOS ANGELES - "Transformers" robots have lost some of their money-making power but still have delivered the biggest opening weekend domestically so far this year.

Distributor Paramount Pictures said Sunday that "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" took in $97.4 million domestically in its first weekend. That beat the $90.2 million debut of Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides."

But the domestic haul for the sci-fi sequel was down from the $127.9 million first weekend for 2009's "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen."

Since opening Tuesday night, the new "Transformers" pulled in $162 million through Sunday, a drop from $200.1 million for "Revenge of the Fallen" in its first five days.

Paramount estimates "Dark of the Moon" will hit $180.9 million domestically by the end of the long Fourth of July weekend Monday.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Here's another one!!! New Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Scene!!!


And the winner is!!!



Thirteen Deleted Scenes For X:Men: First Class

**Anything that gets me more Michael is a very good thing.
Perez Hilton

X:Men fans rejoice!
As soon as you buy the DVD or Blu-Ray for for X:Men: First Class, you'll be privy to thirteen deleted scenes.
Here are the deets:
"Judging from a listing in the BBFC database, there’s going to be thirteen of them, with a total runtime of under fourteen minutes. So they’ll be brief.
Judging from what Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman told me back at the time of the release, much of the deleted material would revolve around Moira MacTaggart, her work at the CIA and her relationship with Charles."
Which X:Men character is UR favorite?