Month: November 2010

More Clips of The Tourist!

We have some more Clips of the movie:




But be careful, If you do not want to know what is going to happen in the movie please do not watch them!

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The Tourist UK Premiere

London (UK) Premiere Thursday December 9th
Location: London Cinema TBC

Distributors: Warner Bros. Pictures
Directions: London Cinema TBC
Weather: Check
Crowds Arrival: 4:00pm

Red Carpet Arrivals: 5:30PM-6:00PM

Guests: Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp, Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck,Paul Bettany and Many more


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Fanart Staffer needed

Once again, we need a new staffer, for the fanart section, over at Two of our staffers had to leave because Real Life caught them.

You should have plenty of time, at least the first month, because 2 years of fanarts sent in and two years in both forums great fanart posted, needs to be added, and the old fanart sorted into new folders.

US – Entertainment Weekly, November 19, 2010 – When Angelina Met Johnny

Title: When Angelina Met Johnny

Publication: US – Entertainment Weekly

Issue: November 29, 2010


Sometimes Hollywood seems like the smallest place on earth. If you’ve ever seen celebrities backslapping on the red carpet or even sat through a season of Entourage, you might conclude that everyone in the movie business knows everyone else. Take Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie. Between them, they’ve made 70 films. They own homes within an hour of each other in the south of France. And they both live with actors, which you’d think would expand their A-list circles further. But it wasn’t until last November that the co-stars of The Tourist actually met. “We’re both not that social,” says Jolie. “I don’t think either one of us goes out of our house, especially in France. We’re both locked away:” Adds Depp: “So much has been written about Angie and Brad. They’re sort of the Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton of our era. I knew she was a big star, but I didn’t know what to expect…” We take for granted that if two movie stars are big enough – and beautiful enough—they will have instant chemistry on screen. And when the PG-13 romantic thriller hits theaters on Dec. 10, the world will find out whether Depp and Jolie-arguably the biggest male and female stars on the planet—will have that indefinable spark. Until then, though, there’s a story worth sharing. The story of how Angie met Johnny

As with most $100 million-plus Hollywood productions, The Tourist took a byzantine path to theaters. It began in 2005 with a French film called Anthony Zimmer——a Hitchcockian import starring Sophie Marceau and Yvan Attal that barely made a ripple on this side of the Atlantic. Still, the pretzel-like wrong-man thriller about a money launderer on the run from detectives and Russian mobsters in sun-kissed Nice was fresh and clever enough for studios to think remake. Zimmer had twists, turns, and double and triple crosses, not to mention juicy parts for two major stars. In no time, Tom Cruise was said to be attached. Then Charlize Theron.

Over time, a who’s who of six—figure screenwriters tried to blockbusterize the story; which was now being set in Venice: Jeffrey Nachmanoff (The Day After Tomorrow), William Wheeler (The Hoax), Julian Fellowes (Gosford Park), and Christopher McQuarrie (The Usual Suspects) turned in one promising draft after another But every time it looked as though The Tourist was headed for a green light, that light quickly turned red. Cruise backed out and went off to make other films. Then Sam Worthington was in. Until he wasn’t.

Just as The Tourist seemed headed for the turnaround graveyard, Jolie was in New York wrapping the stunt heavy Salt. She l remembers being black—and-blue and exhausted. “I wanted to do something that would be a great vacation for my kids,” she says. “I got a phone call saying, ‘Okay the film’s shooting in Venice” and I said,

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Hat for premieres etc.

You go to a Johnny premiere or simply want to have a special hat for private life? And show you’re part of The German board has decided to produce some special hats and give them away for the self-costs. Means not commercial. Read more IN THE FORUMS.

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