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  • Rate Adam Lambert's music video for 'Time for Miracles,' peep Allison Iraheta's new album cover

     
    Time For Miracles Adam Lambert | MySpace Video You've heard the song, now watch the music video for Adam Lambert's "Time for Miracles." The single will be on the "2012" soundtrack, and the video is brimming with footage from the upcoming Roland Emmerich...
  • Wacky Oscar Predictions Dept.: Michael Jackson and ... Roland Emmerich?

     
    It's possible that everyone was just hopped-up on a Halloween sugar rush, but it feels like the Oscar silly season has kicked into full gear with some hilariously outlandish new Oscar pundit best-picture predictions. My Oscar-obsessed colleague Tom O'Neil...
  • Variety on '2012': A preposterous joke

     
    OK, I can't say that I'm shocked -- or for that matter, even a little surprised -- that the first big review that has surfaced on "2012" says that Roland Emmerich's kitschy disaster movie is, well, a kitschy disaster movie.......
  • Apocalypse now: 'Collapse' and the end of the world as we know it

     
    America has a bad case of the doomsday jitters. You don't have to be a Glenn Beck follower to know that whenever things go wrong in this country, you can always find all the anger, bitterness and fear-mongering bubbling up......
  • Movie projector: '2012' will be big domestically, huge worldwide

     
    The apocalypse will be felt even stronger overseas than in the U.S. '2012,' Sony Pictures' $200-million disaster movie from genre specialist Roland Emmerich, is on track for strong domestic opening weekend ticket sales of about $55 million, according to...
  • Ooops — strike '2012' off your Oscars best-picture list

     
    Since part of an Oscar pundit's job is to jump off cliffs, bravely and spectacularly, we salute New York Post film critic Lou Lumenick for daring to forecast a best-picture nomination for "2012," the upcoming apocalypse thriller from Roland Emmerich,...
  • '2012' has great effects and (shocker!) inept writing

     
    Los Angeles Times senior film critic Kenneth Turan sat through a popcorn apocalypse. Here's his review, with a few links added by me. -- Geoff Boucher As far as the new disaster film "2012" is concerned, the world will end......
  • First look: '2012' explodes with $225 million worldwide box office. 'Christmas Carol' has strong second week. 'Precious' is powerful.

     
    Who will survive 2012?Apparently Sony Pictures -- and quite handsomely too. The 162-minute disaster epic, which got a love-hate reaction from critics (loved the special effects, hated the script), blew away the competition and took in $65 million in...
  • Opening day: '2012' looking huge, 'Christmas Carol' holding strong

     
    The end of the world is going to do big business once again. Sony Pictures' '2012,' the latest disaster movie from director Roland Emmerich, appears headed toward an opening weekend gross of just over $60 million after it sold a......
  • Movie has 2012 wrong, says Canadian archaeologist

     
    Kenneth Turan reviews "2012," the latest disaster movie portraying the end of the world. The movie is directed by Roland Emmerich, who seems to be stuck on the same theme, after movies like "The Day After Tomorrow" and "Independence Day." "2012" is...
  • The complex notion of destroying the world in '2012'

     
    Scene Stealer Liesl Bradner has interviewed many of the masters of Hollywood effects in our Wizards of Hollywood section of Hero Complex and today takes a look at a particular moment during "2012" in this installment of Scene Stealer. The......
  • 'New Moon' drives second-biggest weekend ever for movie industry

     
    Summit Entertainment had the kind of opening studio executives dream about this weekend, but it's hard to find anyone in the movie business who's not smiling. Although Summit's "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" opened to a massive $140.7 million in......