What’s that old Hollywood saying about romance? It’s something like, “it wouldn’t be a Kristen Stewart movie, if she wasn’t spending all her time on set seducing men, ruining marriages and generally destroying people’s attempts to pursue happiness.” I know it’s along those lines. I hear people say it all the time. More
Topic: Jim Sturgess
It probably would’ve been confusing for Warner Bros. to hire Asian actors to portray Jim Sturgess and Tom Hanks‘ characters in the futuristic Cloud Atlas storylines. But not impossible! And that’s where Hollywood has failed once again. More
The studio may have yanked the first Upside Down trailer, but here’s a new copy of the video! You’ll need the extra re-watches in order to figure out the rules of this star-crossed-lovers drama starring Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst. More
As promised, the Upside Down trailer is dazzling… but will the story of Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst as star-crossed lovers from inverted worlds be too confusing for audiences? More
In Upside Down, Jim Sturgess plays a poor guy who falls for rich Kirsten Dunst, living in an inverted copy of his world right above him. These stunning images show how his character Adam starts to infiltrate Eve’s affluent world, with good and bad results, we imagine. More
One Day, the Anne Hathaway/Jim Sturgess will-they-or-won’t-they think piece, hit theaters this weekend. While it made a respectable showing at the box office, it bombed with the critics. Besides looking like found footage from Reality Bites, I think the movie’s surprise sad ending might have been the real nail in the coffin (spoiler alert: pun intended).
Movies pulling the old one-two emotional punch at the end is nothing new, but sometimes a character dies and you’re less “Boohoo” than “WTF?” Or at first you’re like “Boohoo,” but then later you’re like “Wait, seriously WTF?” Usually it’s because a character’s death seems not only sudden, but also totally unearned. In an instant, a movie becomes a sucker punch. Shame on you, Hollywood. You lazy sadists, you. Here are nine moves that pull the last-minute death trick: More
Jim Sturgess and Anne Hathaway‘s new flick One Day held its premiere last night in New York City. The film chronicles a pair of friends/sometimes romance-partners throughout their intersecting lives, revealing a single day from each year. In this photo, Jim’s smile seems to perfectly capture the charming sentiment of the flick. More
Twenty years, two people…one day. If you’re feeling romantic, you’re not alone. That’s because we’re all waiting for the release of One Day, starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess, which hits theaters on August 19. But what if you could take the romance home, or even better…to the beach? Here at Crushable, we’re going to let you get a glimpse of this love story. One lucky fan of Crushable on Facebook will win a One Day summer beach kit worth $195. More
Don’t get me wrong — having read the book, I’m excited for One Day, though Anne Hathaway‘s British accent is horrendous. But then came this Sundance winner Like Crazy, which stars Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones as college seniors who fall in love instantly but can’t be together because of post-grad plans and responsibilities. Unlike Hathaway and Jim Sturgess‘ characters, who can’t admit how powerful their connection is, Jacob and Anna try with all their might to make their relationship work despite the physical distance and desire to date other people. And the Ingrid Michaelson cover of “Fools Rush In” just does you in. More
Maybe we’re just feeling kind of emotional today, but this One Day trailer totally choked us up. It’s from the director of the awesome An Education (who should maybe hire a more creative movie title come-up-with-er), so we expect good things. Plus, we’re totally buying Anne Hathaway‘s accent. More
We’ve heard of trailers showing all the good parts of a movie, but for a poster to spoil the climax of a film is ridiculous!
While at the movie theater recently, I walked past the official poster for the upcoming adaptation of One Day, David Nicholls’ lovely book about the uneven and evolving friendship between university alums Dex (Jim Sturgess) and Emma (Anne Hathaway). Each chapter checks in on their lives on the same day each year—sometimes together, but often apart and struggling with issues of growing up. More
We’re sorry, but writing Legends of the Guardian: The Owls of Ga’Hoole was just too ridiculous to put in the headline. You guys know what we’re talking about. More
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo became a best selling sensation as soon as it crashed on the U.S. market (after being translated from its native Swedish) in September 2008. The action-packed book seems … More