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Enchanted Sequel Picking Up Steam

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Amy Adams charmed movie goers in Enchanted as Princess Giselle trying to survive in modern-day Manhattan. Fans have been craving a sequel ever since. Eight years later, it appears the sequel might actually becoming to fruition.

A sequel was first planned in 2010 but nothing has been announced since. Finally some significant news has emerged. Collider reveals the sequel has been renamed from Enchanted 2 to Disenchanted. The news outlet also reports Disney “is now in the process of punching up the script with the hopes that it will be in greenlight-ready shape very soon.”

The film’s original director Anne Fletcher will reportedly return to the director’s chair. No word on whether Amy Adams, James Marsden, Patrick Dempsey, Idina Menzel or Susan Sarandon will reprise their roles. Hopefully, at least Adams does. You can’t have an Enchanted sequel without her. Relive below some of Amy’s memorable musical numbers from the film

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Writing’s On The Wall” hasn’t made much of an impact stateside (yet) unlike it’s predecessor “Skyfall” by Adele which do so immediately. Admittedly, I didn’t instantly fall in love with Sam Smith’s 007 track, but it’s slowly growing on me. The recently-dropped music video is pitch perfect and makes me appreciate the single more. Exactly what a music video is supposed to do.

Luke Monaghan who directed Smith’s “I’m Not The Only One” films the 23-year-old singer visiting various spots throughout Rome. In between clips of Sam dramatically lip syncing, footage from Spectre are shown. More specifically, scenes of Daniel Craig bedding his new Bond Girls- Monica Bellucci and Léa Seydoux.

Fittingly enough, the “Writing’s On The Wall” visual premiered today on Global James Bond Day– the theatrical release anniversary of Dr. No. Check out the clip below which perfectly captures the mood and drama of Smith’s soundtrack contribution.

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The oft-delayed third Bridget Jones film has finally started filming. It’s been twelve years since Renee Zellweger played the titular character in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.

With production underway, many are curious what the 46-year-old actress will look like in the film. Which face will she bring to on set? The original one everyone fell in love with years ago or the new one that shocked everyone last year? Check out the first official promo pic released by Universal to find out.

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A snippet of the powerful ballad was previewed during the trailer for the lesbian drama Freeheld. Miley Cyrus just debuted the guitar-driven piece in full and it’s fantastic. I have no doubt the 22-year-old entertainer will perform the Linda Perry-penned tune on the Saturday Night Live Season 41 premiere this weekend where she’ll play both host and musical guest.

“She walked in with no entourage, no fuss, no anything. She came to be of service for the song and the movie and didn’t bring ‘Miley’ with her.” – Linda Perry on Cyrus

Freeheld is based on the true story of New Jersey police officer Laurel Hester and her partner Stacie Andree. The two fought for equal benefits rights after Hester was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Julianne Moore and Ellen Page play the couple respectively and both attended the world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last month. Check out the track below.

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Nicholas Sparks’ The Choice Gets A New Trailer

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Ten of Nicholas Sparks’ published novels have been adapted for the big screen. In February 2016, lucky number 11 hits theaters.

As the protagonist states in the trailer, the “whole damn thing is about choices.” Benjamin Walker and Teresa Palmer are the two telegenic actors at the forefront of this latest romance. The two neighbors are brought together when their dogs get a little frisky.

Naturally, there is an attraction, but there’s one major hitch. Or should I say ‘super.” Palmer has a hunky doctor boyfriend played by Smallville‘s Tom Welling. Girl, stay with your man. Welling is looking even hotter and buffer these days.

The Choice Movie Synopsis

THE CHOICE tells the story of Travis Shaw and Gabby Holland, who meet first as neighbors in a small coastal town and end up pursuing a relationship that neither could have foreseen. Spanning a decade and tracing the evolution of a love affair that is ultimately tested by life’s most defining events, this story features a memorable ensemble of friends and family in Sparks’ beloved North Carolina setting, culminating in the question that every couple must ask themselves: how far would you go to keep the hope of love alive?

The Choice tearjerks moviegoers on February 5. Check out the new trailer below.

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I had no idea I was such a Matt Damon fan until I saw this segment on The Late Late Show. Every single film recreated in the hilarious clip, I’ve seen.

The 44-year-old actor and James Corden acted out snippets from his extensive film career, covering School Ties to We Bought a Zoo and everything in between. My favorite moments were the Ocean’s Eleven trilogy, Corden wearing a Morgan Freeman mask during Invictus, the blatant promo for Damon’s upcoming The Martian and Behind The Candelabra and Stuck On You. Check it out below.

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What a travesty this would’ve been had this remained on the cutting room floor! Thankfully, the deleted scene is resurrected for the Blu-ray and DVD release of Avengers: Age of Ultron this Friday.

Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Dr. Selvig (Stellan Skarsgård) are inside the mysterious Norn cave to uncover knowledge about threats against the Avengers. Sure, the deleted scene doesn’t really add much to the movie with exception to the obvious- Hemsworth being shirtless and wet.

Apparently, the scene was cut because it didn’t test well with audiences, according to Josh Whedon. Ummm, I’d like to meet the crazy asexual fools that didn’t enjoy this gratuitous moment ;) Check out the clip below.

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Who you gonna call? In Paul Feig’s case, that would be Sigourney Weaver. The 53-year-old director revealed the OG cast member is returning to the Ghostbusters franchise.

“Gang, trying to keep surprises but this is about to leak, so I’ll tell you myself: the awesome Sigourney Weaver is going to be in our movie!” – Paul Feig via Twitter

The 65-year-old actress is the latest original cast member to return to the all-female reboot. She reunites with Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts and Dan Aykroyd who are all also making cameos.

For the original film and its sequel, Weaver played Dana Barrett aka the Gatekeeper. Let’s hope she shows off her levitation skills once again.

Excited that Weaver is participating? Weigh in below. Ghostbusters invades theaters in 2016.

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