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New Remake of Stephen King's 'Carrie' Might Not Suck

No author’s work is more popular among Hollywood’s magic makers than that of Stephen King, and director Kimberly Pierce’s (Boys Don’t Cry) latest project is no exception. Carrie is expected to be released March 15, 2013. As with every single King based movie in existence, already one cast member (Chloe Moretz) has gone on record as stating the remake will be “kind of” following the novel more so than the 1976 film. Of course, that means the MGM remake will be keeping as true to the book published over 30 years ago as possible, while also modernizing the story.

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Watch this trailer: A Single Man

Consider me surprised! I just watched the trailer for this film, and I’m thoroughly amazed. This is the first trailer I’ve seen in some time that manages to actually do its job correctly: get me to really want to see the movie and not ruin the whole plot. In fact, it does its job perfectly. I know absolutely nothing about this movie, and that is awesome. It’s written and directed by Tom Ford, and appears to be his first project. Colin Firth and Juliane Moore star. The film premeired at the Venice Film Festival days ago.

Trailer quality is at a low these days. Either we get Lord of the Rings style montage trailers full of characters talking or the traditional chain-smoking, deep-voiced narrator trailer.  In both instances, studios don’t seem to know how to get audiences interested without ruining the entire plot of each movie. Kudos to whoever made this trailer.


The Ballad of G.I. Joe (Funny)

This is pretty entertaining, and necessary to watch because of its huge cast of funny people. Ben Stiller, Zach Galifianakis, Juliane Moore, Alan Tudyk, and a whole bunch of others make cameos in this Funny or Die song, which tells us what the Joes do during their time off. Daniel Strange and Kevin Umbricht wrote the song, which you can view after the jump.

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