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A Post Full of Pretty

By Dustin Rowles | Trailers | September 3, 2009 | Comments ()

Anyway, here's a small step toward, if not repentance, then at least erasing the images from your head. I'm sorry -- there's nothing here for the ladies (or at least the hard-core heterosexuals), but it's the hand that the trade news Gods dealt me this morning.

First up, a few images and a clip from the forthcoming indie, Women in Trouble, which was circling the festival circuit earlier this year. No idea if it's any good, but if you want to sell a movie based on sex appeal, you absolutely cannot do better than Connie Britton, Carla Gugino, and Adrianne Palicki. Gugino and Britton in the same goddamn movie? I absolutely abhor the term MILF, unless it involves Jack Donaghy and an island, but dear Lord, these ladies are lovely.


The cast also includes Emmanuelle Chriqui, Cameron Richardson, Josh Brolin, Simon Barker, Sarah Clarke, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Elizabeth Berkley and the movie, straightforwardly, is about women in trouble -- and the women include a stripper, a couple of call girls, a flight attendant, etc. And apparently, boobs. Lots.

I only report what I hear.

Anyway, there's still no trailer (though, it's scheduled for release in November), but there are a few nice photos around, and below those, a short clip from the movie:



(H/T The Playlist)

And if that's not enough to kick start your morning, here are some new images from Nine, the Rob Marshall musical about Federico Fellini. I don't really care for musicals, but Rob Marshall musicals are different, and if you don't believe me, check out the trailer and just pretend that Fergie and Kate Hudson are not a part of it.





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