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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.

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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:

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(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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