Tag: Les Miserables
New Year’s resolutions are a time to work towards a transformation of your body and/or your life. To honor these goals, this month we’re going to look at transformative roles in film. This week we look at some prominent examples of actors losing weight for roles.
Movie posters are typically the first line of advertising for any movie, and when they hit, they seem to hit all at once, or at least within a short period of time. Rather than waste your time with a bunch of really tiny articles for each poster that hits, we've got Poster Madness! So prepare your eyes...
Finishing off this guide is going to be tough. Yeah, we've had a lot of great films featured in the last four parts, but I still feel like this Prelude is—incomplete. That's because, quite honestly, some of the most exciting films of next year don't even HAVE release dates yet. Steven Spielberg's Linoln, Paul Thomas Andersen's The Master, Nicolas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives—and plenty, plenty more. Even some I can't talk about because I have ZERO knowledge of their existence. I mean, a year ago, who knew anything about The Artist? Now, it's one of the most praised films of the year. I can't predict what film will become next year's hit sensation. But hey, just because I can't do that, doesn't mean I can't talk about all the stuff we DO know about. The Django Unchained, Hobbits, and Skyfalls of the world. Even if I can't talk about all the big, Oscar worthy films of next year, I CAN talk about some of them. And so, with that statement in mind, here's the final part of TMP's Prelude to 2012.