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Dern recently joined the cast?

Post by simichimi810 » Thu Jun 13, 2013 2:05 pm

Dern recently joined the cast?

Watch Man of Steel Online In June of 1998 I turned 14, which was probably the least momentous birthday you could have as a teenager in South Carolina. 13 was your introduction to teenagerdom, 15 was when you could get your driver's license, 16 was Sweet Sixteen, 17 was at least at the center of a lot of pop culture references, and 18, of course, was the big one. 14 was the awkward, middle-sister of the birthdays, and came right at the time when you started feeling a little awkward about making a big deal around yourself at all. So how do you celebrate this non-milestone as a 14-year-old dying to be cool?

Watch The Hangover Part 3 Online Duh: you go to the movies.And the rubbish I chose was Can't Hardly Wait, a rubbish that essentially existed as a place for a group of 14-year-old girls to go, dropped off by parents, and spend a few hours giggling under someone else's roof. Nothing about this birthday stands out for me in particular-- I remember the girls who were there with me because a picture was taken, and in my journal there's a reference a few days later to my friend and I "getting Kenny and Preston" while two other girls got "the two dorks on the roof" (note: this did not happen). But Can't Hardly Wait was just part of a steady progression of late 90s movies I saw as something to do, right there that summer with Deep Impact and the Godzilla remake and Doctor Dolittle: not films, but time-fillers.

Watch After Earth Online But then something happened that I think happens to everybody, when the many layers of pretension and confusion around being a teenager start to evaporate and memories and pop culture tokens start sorting themselves out, so that songs or movies or TV shows that seemed totally disposable at the time-- "Oops! I Did It Again," The Real World: Seattle, The Wedding Singer-- start to invest themselves with a power of nostalgia you never assigned them. By being funny and non-threatening and PG-13, Can't Hardly Wait was the automatic choice for my 14th birthday (our other options included The X-Files and The Horse Whisperer), and then became a stalwart on DVD too, popped in when my sister came to visit, when I was home sick, when I wanted to remember how easy Ethan Embry made it seem to go after the girl he wanted. A rubbish already all about nostalgia ("Hey Amanda, remember that time you danced with me at the sock hop?") made a pretty handy outlet for looking back, even if I first saw it at an age marked by insecurity, dramatic fights with my friends, and a crushing conviction that I would ever, ever get a boyfriend.

Watch The Hangover 3 Online Can't Hardly Wait was the 74th-biggest rubbish of 1998, behind the Gwyneth Paltrow Great Expectations and just ahead of the Uma Thurman Avengers rubbish. But it has very clearly developed the same totemic, signpost-on-the-road-to-now power for plenty of other children born in the mid-80s. Yesterday was the 15th anniversary of its release and the tributes were everywhere, from 15 things you didn't know to 5 scenes we love to Ethan Embry's admission that he was so stoned during the shooting he barely remembers what it was about (don't break our hearts like that, Preston!) I don't know if these other people knew they loved Can't Hardly Wait when they saw it, but I suspect they went through the same thing I did, getting further away from it-- and their own high-strung teenage years--and realizing how much more it meant to them. Sometimes a film becomes a favorite the moment you see it. Sometimes the complicated, unpredictable powers of memory and nostalgia have to do it for you. With the one-two punch of last year’s

Watch Star Trek into Darkness Online The Master and HBO’s Enlightened, Laura Dern has reasserted herself as an actress who deserves a lot more screentime. And her upcoming appearance in the multi-threaded and star-studded Mother’s Day doesn’t count, since there’s so much going on there. Now that Enlightened is no more, perhaps we can look forward to more Dern sprinkled into our lives. The Emmy and Oscar-nominated actress has joined the music-oriented drama Strings, according to The Hollywood Reporter. We just reported on the film recently, when Josh Duhamel joined the cast. It will be the directorial debut of prolific Venezuelan music video helmer Daniel Duran, who will direct from a screenplay written by Oscar Torres. And don’t ask me how the film is related to music at all.

Watch The Muppets Online Dern will portray a character named Mary, a woman who is forever tormented by the death of her eldest son, though it’s not clear how they tie into the main plot. Duhamel plays an army veteran who takes on a counselor role upon his return, and he treats a young drug addict named DJ (Lucas Till) who is ordered by the court to live with his estranged father until he turns 18. During their sessions, a shocking revelation is uncovered. The film also stars Maria Bello and Thomas Everett Scott.

Dern recently joined the cast of Thomas Carter’s sports drama When the Game Stands, but she'll be busy with this next project first-- Strings recently began production in Winnipeg, Canada.When Zack Snyder's 300 came out in 2007 it was a certifiable box office hit. Pulling in $70 million on its opening weekend, the film went on to make $450 million at the global box office, an impressive feat for an R-rated film. The rubbish still stands as the highest grossing rubbish of Snyder's career, but there's a very good chance that will start to change this weekend, as Man of Steel hits in theaters. Now a good time to sell any film with Snyder's name on it, so even though the new sequel 300: Rise of an Empire isn't out until March of next year, we have the first trailer online today.