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ABC Family is running the Harry Potter movies all weekend long. New previews are airing of the first of the final two movies of the super successful series. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 sneak peek is above.
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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of Dawn Treader film has a very visually exciting trailer to get you amped for the Christmas release.
Check the trailer out below and tell us: is this a movie you’re planning on catching?
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, has a new poster announcing the bittersweet end to the fantasy movies. Part one opens in theaters November 19th 2010.
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint are going to be missed as Harry, Hermione and Ron.
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In July, Taylor Swift will hit the store shelves, in comic book form. The country music superstar is set to become illustrated by Bluewater Productions as part of the ‘Fame’ series. The biographical comics have included Kristen Stewart and Lady Gaga. From Bluewater:
SUPERSTAR TAYLOR SWIFT MAKES THE PAGES OF HER OWN COMIC BOOK IN JULY.
To say that Taylor Swift is riding a winning streak is an understatement. The singer/songwriter was named Billboard Magazine’s Artist of the Year in 2009. She began her 2010 by winning the Grammy for Album of the Year for her sophomore album, Fearless. That album has spent more time at number-one on the Billboard charts than has any other album since 2000.
And now, the talented musician is slated to become a comic-book hero. Swift will become the latest celebrity immortalized in sequential form when her biography comic, Fame: Taylor Swift hits comic shops this July.
The comic, by Bluewater Productions, will trace Swift’s rise from young singer/songwriter to mega-selling recording artist. It also chronicles her unwavering commitment to pushing herself. After all, this is a performer who began writing songs at the age of 10. Just one year later, she traveled to Nashville, determined to break into the country music scene.
Swift distributed her demo tape to every label in town, and received no offers. Of course, all that would change quickly. In 2006, she debuted with her self-titled album, and Swift’s life has never been the same.
CW Cooke and PR McCormack teamed up to write the Swift bio comic, while artist Erick Adrian Marquez handled the pencils. The comic features two covers, one by Marquez and a second by JuanMar Studios. This 32-page comic will retail for $3.99.
“Learning about Taylor’s life from the beginning until now made her feel like more than just the next big thing, it made me see the pop icon as a human being.” Said writer CW Cooke.
Artist Marquez said he was impressed while reading the script to Swift’s comic at the dedication the young artist showed even as a child.
“I really appreciate Swift’s – and her parent’s – drive from such a young age to be successful based on her creativity and talent,” Marquez said.
Fame: Taylor Swift is the latest biography comic from Bluewater Productions. Though the independent comic company publishes comics in every genre – superhero, fantasy, adventure and young adult – it has received significant media attention for its biography comics, which have feature such high-profile subjects as Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama and Colin Powell. The company’s Fame line will feature Lady GaGa, 50 Cent, Robert Pattinson and soccer star David Beckham.
“We’ve found a niche with our bio comics,” said Darren G. Davis, president and founder of Bluewater Productions. “Our success with this comics shows that there is a much wider audience for sequential storytelling than many thought. These readers are simply looking for something other than superheroes or horror. With our bio comics, we strive to bring these new readers evenhanded, well-researched looks at some of their favorite celebrities.”
Readers can advance order Fame: Taylor Swift at Amazon.com or by calling their local comic shop. They can also order Fame: Lady GaGa and Fame: Robert Pattinson, both due out in May, in the same way.
For more information on Bluewater Productions and its entire line of comics, visit www.bluewaterprod.com.
Check out the alternate cover at MTV’s Splash Page here.
[image: MTV's Splash Page]
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Robert Pattinson and Pierce Brosnan sat down for MySpace’s Artist on Artist series and had a lovely chat about their upcoming movie Remember Me. Brosnan was very complimentary to Rob’s performance in the movie, which opens Friday March 12th.
Who’s going to see non-Twilight Rob?
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Nickelodeon’s incredibly popular animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender is headed to the big screen with director M. Night Shymalan overseeing the live action film. Jackson Rathbone has left his Twilight character of Jasper Hale behind and plays Sokka, the wisecracking, boomerang-throwing Southern water tribe teen who, along with his sister Katara (Nicola Peltz) help airbender Aang (Noah Ringer) discover his true destiny and restore balance to the world. After casting controversy, Dev Patel has the role of Prince Zuko of the Fire nation and Jesse McCartney is not the banished prince.
The Last Airbender will hit theaters July 2nd, 2010.
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The marathon for The Secret Life of the American Teenager is running all day today (Sunday January 3rd) on ABC Family Channel. Monday night, the show returns with new episodes, drama and lots of good stuff. Star Shailene Woodley spoke about upcoming plotlines:
“There’s a lot of new things. Another maybe pregnancy, weddings; there’s a lot of confusion as far as in Ben and Amy’s relationship; there’s a lot of up and downs with Ricky’s character and trying to figure out who he is and what he wants. A lot of the characters are going through that stage in high school where you’re starting to become a person and in that recognition of who you are there’s a lot of confusion and you get scared. And I think a lot of teenagers react in not the best ways and I think the whole next season kind of discovers that and goes into depth of that confusing state of adolescence.”
Check out the new episodes starting Monday January 4th at 8pm EST and the quick promo below.
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The Last Airbender, the live action version of Nickelodeon’s popular animated show, Avatar, isn’t due until July but we are finally getting a few more set photos. The pics were in Empire magazine and our friends at BackseatCuddler.com have them for us to take a peek at. No shots still of Jackson Rathbone as Sokka or Dev Patel as Prince Zuko (there is one shot of Dev on the movie’s imdb page here.) Guess we will have to wait until the full trailer is released in February.
I am looking forward to this. The series was great and I have high hopes that M Night Shyamalan does craft a great film from the material.
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Forks, Washington is the setting to the very popular fictional series Twilight and now the residents of said Northwestern town may have their own reality show. I just have nothing to say except well, honestly – why? Didn’t the documentary cover whatever we needed to know about a small town with major media issues?
What’s next: MTV’s Real World Forks, WA? UGH! Stop already!
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The Jonas Brothers will be on the Disney Channel for a while longer. Not only is Camp Rock 2 heading to the channel, the Mouse House has decided to renew their shows JONAS and Jonas Brothers: Living The Dream for a second season.
“These guys are the superstars of their generation,” [Disney Channels Worldwide entertainment president Gary] Marsh said. “We had the opportunity to extend our relationship with them, which we did.”
The second season will bring a change of producers to the show and the series will be set in Los Angeles as the brothers land gigs in Hollywood. No word if co-stars Chelsea Staub and Nicole Anderson will also head out west with the guys.
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