America's sweetheart Julia Roberts apparently only knows a handful of bad words, and most of them are too tame to censor on network TV. Sally Field, meanwhile, knows all the curses, and will gleefully combine any one of them with the suffixes "-sucker" and "-licker."
Here's the trailer for Mirror Mirror, not to be confused with Snow White and the Huntsman, which also retells the Snow White story. Don't worry! They're actually pretty easy to tell apart!
The big battle of the Snow White movies is brewing and it looks like Snow White and the Huntsman is throwing the first punch since its trailer came out today. Julia Roberts' evil queen can't be nearly as good as Charlize Theron's!
Here's a trailer for Fireflies in the Garden, the long-delayed Dennis Lee drama-movie in which Willem Dafoe plays the difficult, domineering, abusive dad to bearded romance novelist Ryan Reynolds. After premiering at the Berlin International Film Festival all the way back in 2008—i.e., many many firefly life cycles ago—and waiting around in limbo due to the shutdown of its production company, the film's finally due to hit theaters on October 14.
Two days after co-star Tom Hanks appeared on the same program, Julia Roberts visited the Late Show last night to chat with David Letterman and promote Larry Crowne. As it turned out, there wasn't much movie-related discussion. But there was a whole bit that involved Letterman peppering Roberts with annoying questions about her kids! He also flipped off the audience. The video, above.
Here's a trailer for Larry Crowne, the romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks, who also directed and co-wrote. While these two-biggest-American-movie-stars have been on screen together, in Charlie Wilson's War, this is their first time smooching and falling in love. America is healed?