Maybe you’ve noticed the eeriness in the air – or the displays in the stores, or the spooked-out front lawns in your neighborhood. No matter what clued you in, the Halloween spirit is almost inescapable today. So in honor of Halloween, we asked a few Hollywood movers and shakers to reveal their favorite scary movies. Here are Rob Lowe’s picks (Click on the media bar below)
Which movie makes Snoop Dogg a Spooked Dogg? (Click on the media bar below)
Benicio del Toro… no bull, he loves the classics… (Click on the media bar below)
David Arquette picked the ’80s version of a movie that’s just been remade…Click on the media bar below)
Director Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead,Drag Me To Hell) has made a few scary movies in his day… so which ones scare him? (Click on the media bar below)
And she probably wouldn’t count it as her favorite, but here’s one movie scared that scared the you-know-what out of Megan Fox…
From all of us at Hollywood Outbreak, have a safe and fun Halloween!
Opening in New York and Los Angeles November 27, The Danish Girlis based on a novel by David Ebershoff which is in turn inspired by the true story Lili Elbe’s (Eddie Redmayne) life as a transgender woman. Alicia Vikander co-stars as Lili’s wife Gerde Wegener
Redmayne, who won a Best Actor Oscar for The Theory of Everything, reunites with his Les Misérables director Tom Hooper for the film.
“I went to an all boys school and played many women as a kid,” said Redmayne. “My first professional job was playing Viola opposite Mark Rylance in Twelfth Nightso it wasn’t that new. But everything about acting is liberating – getting to play other people and getting to try different things.”
Click on the media bar below to hear Redmayne talk about how he approached his role for The Danish Girl:
One of the more intriguing film playing in theaters now is the horror comedy Scouts’ Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. The film stars David Koechner (Anchorman) along with a very young cast, one of those actors is Patrick Schwarzenegger, whose father is none other than “the Terminator.” Schwarzenegger explains Scouts’ Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse due to its playful mix of horror and comedy. (Click on the media bar below to hear Patrick Schwarzenegger)
Scouts’ Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse is playing in theaters now
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Many consider the last James Bond film Skyfall the best film of the series, but consdiering the franchise’s continued momentum, the latest Bond flick Spectre might be even better. Daniel Craig told us that it was the cast and crew’s mission to make a Spectre a bigger and better film. Academy Award winning director Sam Mendes, who directed Skyfall and returned for this installment, welcomed everyone’s input and from there everything came together. (Click on the media bar below to hear Daniel Craig)
Robert De Niro, who’s proven adept at comedies thanks to the Meet The Parents movies as well as Midnight Run and Wag the Dog, looks like he’s stealing the show in the just released trailer for Dirty Grandpa. Zac Efron, memorable as an irritating frat guy in Neighbors (remember Efron’s Travis Bickle impression in the film?) gets his moment to shine with the trailer’s most memorable line (“I just smoked crack!”).
The comedy centers on an uptight corporate lawyer named Jason (Efron) who drives his recently widowed grandfather (De Niro) to Daytona Beach, FL for a little spring break rowdiness. Jason’s impending marriage to Meredith (Julianne Hough) may be threatened by this potentially bacchanalian affair. Aubrey Plaza and Dermot Mulroney co-star in the film, which hits theaters January 2016.
Is Dirty Grandpa a movie you’ll pay your hard earned cash to see? What do you think of the film’s poster, which is a homage to the Dustin Hoffman classic The Graduate? Feel free to comment below!