Tuesday, June 3, 2008

The Love Guru

Director:
Marco Schnabel
Writers:
Mike Myers &
Graham Gordy

Wow this movie looks dumb. Maybe it's funny, I mean Mike Myers has made some super funny characters, but I'm struggling with the idea that this will be one of them.

Jessica Alba ... Jane Bullard
Boyd Banks ... Medic #1
Jessica Barrow
Samantha Bee
Sachin Bhatt ... Dancer
Gigi Daka ... Busty Waitress
Omid Djalili ... Guru Satchabigknoba
Sima Fisher ... Puck Bunny / Cheering Stripper
Taylor Flood ... 11 Year Old Girl #1
Meagan Good ... Prudence
Trevor Heins ... Young Pitka
Telma Hopkins ... Lillian
Rob Huebel
Miranda Jade ... Puck Bunny / Cheering Stripper
Dani Jazzar ... Variety Dancer
Suresh John ... Indian Man
Ben Kingsley ... Guru Tugginmypudha
Romany Malco ... Darren Roanoke
Mike Myers ... Pitka
Manu Narayan ... Rajneesh
John Oliver ... Dick Pants
Jaan Padda ... Young Deepak
Ravi Patel
Jessica Simpson
Justin Timberlake ... Jacques Grande
Verne Troyer ... Coach Cherkov

Dirty Harry Ultimate Collection

I was pleased to see the Dirty Harry Complete set came out. Clint Eastwood and Dirty Harry gave birth to the modern action hero with the Dirty Harry Ultimate Collector's Edition, featuring all five films starring Clint Eastwood as the iconic tough guy with a ubiquitous .44 Magnum and an arsenal of famous lines. All the DVDs in this set -- Dirty Harry, Magnum Force, The Enforcer, Sudden Impact, and The Dead Pool -- have been digitally remastered, restored and fully loaded with tons of bonus materials. To find out more about Dirty Harry and his movies, visit our Dirty Harry minisite, featuring video clips from the first film, an overview on "The Legacy of Dirty Harry," and descriptions of the bonus features on each film. And buy the Dirty Harry Ultimate Collector's Edition, it just came out and is now available on DVD and Blu-ray.
Dirty Harry Ultimate Collector's Edition (2008)

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Vertigo

Vertigo Many believe that this is director Alfred Hitchcock's best film. It stars James Stewart (Det. John "Scottie" Ferguson), Kim Novak (Madeleine Elster and Judy Barton), and Barbara Bel Geddes (Marjorie "Midge" Wood). Stewart plays a detective with a crippling fear of heights who is hired to follow the suicidal wife of a friend. In a short time, his interest in the woman becomes very personal. After her tragic suicide, the detective finds a woman with an uncanny resemblance to his lost love and becomes completely obsessed. The plot twists and turns and ends in a shocking truth. In true Hitchcock style, it will keep you guessing until the very end -- which is why I believe that all Hitchcock-directed suspense films are great.

Directed by
Alfred Hitchcock

Writing credits
Pierre Boileau
Thomas Narcejac
Alec Coppel
Samuel A. Taylor


James Stewart ... Det. John 'Scottie' Ferguson
Kim Novak ... Madeleine Elster / Judy Barton
Barbara Bel Geddes ... Marjorie 'Midge' Wood
Tom Helmore ... Gavin Elster
Henry Jones ... Coroner
Raymond Bailey ... Scottie's doctor
Ellen Corby ... Manager of McKittrick Hotel
Konstantin Shayne ... Pop Leibel
Lee Patrick ... Car owner mistaken for Madeleine

Isabel Analla, Jack Ano, John Benson, Margaret Brayton, Paul Bryar, Jean Corbett, Mrs. Elster, Bruno Della Santina, Roxann Delman, Molly Dodd, Carlo Dotto, Bess Flowers, Joanne Genthon, Carlotta Valdes, Don Giovanni, Roland Gotti, Fred Graham,
Buck Harrington, Alfred Hitchcock, June Jocelyn, David McElhatton, Miliza Milo, Forbes Murray, Julian Petruzzi, William Remick, Jack Richardson, Jeffrey Sayre, Nina Shipman, Dori Simmons, Ed Stevlingson, Sara Taft

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Audrey Hepburn's most well-known role is that of Holly Golightly in this film. She plays a complicated, eccentric New York party girl who has her sights set on marrying a millionaire. George Peppard plays her neighbor, Paul "Fred" Varjak, a writer who is "taken care of" by a wealthy woman played by Patricia Neal. Based on the novel by Truman Capote, this film is brilliantly directed by Blake Edwards. Peppard's and Hepburn's characters are meant to be together, but it takes time for the insecure Holly to reach that conclusion. The way that Hepburn portrays Holly in that she reveals her insecurities and problems, but somehow makes her seem strong and deliberate at the same time is wonderful. Henry Mancini won an Oscar for the musical score. "Moon River," a song by Mancini and Johnny Mercer, also won.

Director:
Blake Edwards
Writers:
Truman Capote (novel)
George Axelrod (screenplay)

Audrey Hepburn ... Holly Golightly
George Peppard... Paul 'Fred' Varjak
Patricia Neal... 2-E (Mrs. Failenson)
Buddy Ebsen... Doc Golightly
Martin Balsam... O. J. Berman
José Luis de Villalonga... José da Silva Pereira (as VilAllongA)
John McGiver... Tiffany's salesman
Alan Reed... Sally Tomato
Dorothy Whitney... Mag Wildwood
Beverly Powers... Nightclub Stripper (as Miss Beverly Hills)
Stanley Adams... Rusty Trawler
Claude Stroud... Sid Arbuck
Elvia Allman... Librarian
Orangey... Cat
Mickey Rooney... Mr. Yunioshi

Janet Banzet, Henry Beckman, Detective Cronberger, Nicky Blair, Mel Blanc, Sue Casey, Dick Crockett, Tommy Farrell,
George Fields, Joe Gray, Joseph J. Greene, Mr. O'Shaunessy, Kip King, Frank Kreig, Gil Lamb, Gil Harriet Hanna Landy, James Lanphier, Paul Lees, Mike Mahoney, Fay McKenzie, Joyce Meadows, Bill Neff, Miriam Nelson, Robert Patten, Michael Quinn,
William Benegal Rau, Charles Sherlock, Annabella Soong, Helen Spring, Joan Staley, Nino Tempo, Glen Vernon, Wilson Wood

All About Eve

This film was nominated for fourteen Academy Awards and won six! It is a movie about jealousy, envy, and wanting what other people have. Bette Davis, who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress, plays Margo, an aging theater star. Anne Baxter plays Eve, the younger, ruthless actress who is determined to upstage her. Other stars include George Sanders--who won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar, Celest Holme, and Thelma Ritter. Marilyn Monroe also has a small part. Director Joseph L. Mankiewicz won an Oscar for his efforts. One of the American Film Institute's top 100 movie quotes is from All About Eve -- Margo says, "Fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be a bumpy night."

Directed by
Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Writing credits
Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Bette Davis ... Margo
Anne Baxter... Eve
George Sanders... Addison DeWitt
Celeste Holm... Karen
Gary Merrill... Bill Simpson
Hugh Marlowe... Lloyd Richards
Gregory Ratoff... Max Fabian
Barbara Bates... Phoebe
Marilyn Monroe... Miss Casswell
Thelma Ritter... Birdie
Walter Hampden... Aged Actor
Randy Stuart... Eve's Pal on Telephone
Craig Hill... Leading Man in Footsteps on the Ceiling
Leland Harris... Doorman
Barbara White... Autograph Seeker
Eddie Fisher... Stage Manager
William Pullen... Clerk
Claude Stroud... Pianist
Eugene Borden... Frenchman
Helen Mowery... Reporter
Steven Geray... Captain of Waiters

Gertrude Astor, Ralph Brooks, Jack Chefe, James Conaty, Franklyn Farnum, Bess Flowers
Thomas Martin, Sarah Siddons, Harold Miller, Stanley Orr, Marion Pierce, Snub Pollard, Larry Steers
Robert Whitney

The Dark Knight

I am really really excited for the nest installment of the Christian Bale Batman. Michael Keaton? Nope, Val Kilmer? Nope. This guy has it right.

Directed by
Christopher Nolan

Writing credits
Jonathan Nolan
Christopher Nolan
David S. Goyer
Bob Kane

Christian Bale ... Bruce Wayne / Batman
Michael Caine... Alfred Pennyworth
Heath Ledger... The Joker
Aaron Eckhart... Harvey Dent
Maggie Gyllenhaal... Rachel Dawes
Gary Oldman... Lt. James Gordon
Morgan Freeman... Lucius Fox
Eric Roberts... Salvatore Maroni
Cillian Murphy... Dr. Jonathan Crane / The Scarecrow
Anthony Michael Hall... Mike Engel
Monique Curnen... Det. Ramirez
Nestor Carbonell... Mayor
Joshua Harto... Reese
Michael Jai White... Gamble
Colin McFarlane... Commissioner Gillian B. Loeb
Chucky Venice... Gamble's Bodyguard
Nydia Rodriguez Terracina... Gotham Judge
Melinda McGraw... Barbara Gordon
Nathan Gamble... James Gordon Jr.
Danny Goldring... Maroni's henchman
Chin Han... Lau
William Fichtner... Gotham National Bank Manager
Vincenzo Nicoli... The Chechen
Beatrice Rosen... Natascha

Tommy 'Tiny' Lister, Edison Chen, Sarah Jayne Dunn, Ritchie Coster, Winston Ellis, Michael Stoyanov, Keith Szarabajka, Connie Stephens, Angelina Lyubomirova, Matthew Leitch, Robert Stone, Kelli Clevenger, Adam Kalesperis, Tommy Bartlett, John Snowden, Michael Vieau, Al Rossi, Steven H. Hansen, Maroni Henchman, Sanjay Madhav, Jeff Albertson, Gotham Police Officer, Kerri Parker, Tommy Campbell, Tommy Joseph-Campbell, Matt Shallenberger, Lesbian Berg, Jamie Cho, William Smiley, Matthew O'Neill, Stephen Armourae, Kirk Stedden, Dean Mitchell, Teresa Mahoney, Breast Bostridge, Dan Latham, Police Sgt. Spellman, Philip Bulcock, Detective Murphy, Jay Fuller, Christopher Wilson, Martyn Cooper, David Dastmalchian, Ronan Summers, Martin Ballantyne, Jazz Dhiman, Joseph Mazurk, Erik A. Williams, Chris Wilson

Iron Man

The first big blockbuster of 2008, "Iron Man" is flat-out fun. One of the biggest surprises for many people is that this fun does not come from the action scenes (they're fine, by the way). What really amazes in "Iron Man" is a tour de force from Robert Downey Jr. and a solid script, that efficiently introduces us to the Iron Man history and proves to be a fascinating entry in a possible new franchise.

The movie tells the story of Tony Stark, an inventor and a playboy that is captured by terrorists and forced to create WMDs. While on captivity, he creates a powerful armor and manages to escape. Returning to America, he begins a new life as superhero Iron Man.

Another interesting aspect of "Iron Man" is that it is the first comic book based movie to openly discuss the 9/11 trauma. After all, we start off with terrorists as the bad guys. Its script has a strong political aspect to it, and it's one of the things that manage to keep the audience's attention. It's still an action flick, but that doesn't mean it can't have some content. The characters are good, but they ultimately are overshadowed by Downey Jr.'s performance. Hilarious and heroic, his Tony Stark is the ultimate Marvel action hero. Tough luck, Spiderman.

Directed by
Jon Favreau
Writers:
Mark Fergus
Hawk Ostby
Art Marcum
Matt Holloway
Stan Lee
Don Heck
Larry Lieber
Jack Kirby

Robert Downey Jr. ... Tony Stark / Iron Man
Terrence Howard ... Jim Rhodes
Jeff Bridges ... Obadiah Stane / Iron Monger
Gwyneth Paltrow ... Pepper Potts
Leslie Bibb ... Christine Everhart
Shaun Toub ... Yinsen
Faran Tahir ... Raza
Sayed Badreya ... Abu Bakaar
Bill Smitrovich ... General Gabriel
Clark Gregg ... Agent Phil Coulson
Tim Guinee ... Major Allen
Will Lyman ... Award Ceremony Narrator
Marco Khan ... Insurgent #4
Kevin Foster ... Jimmy
Garret Noel ... Pratt
Eileen Weisinger, Ahmed Ahmed, Fahim Fazli, Tom Morello, Gerard Sanders, Tim Rigby, Russell Richardson, Jon Favreau, Nazanin Boniadi, Thomas Craig Plumer, Robert Berkman, Stacy Stas, Lauren Scyphers, Frank Nyi, Marvin Jordan, Jim Cramer, Reid Harper, Summer Kylie Remington, Ava Rose Williams, Vladimir Kubr, Callie Croughwell, Callie Marie Croughwell, Donna Evans, Donna Evans Merlo, Javan Tahir, Sahar Bibiyan, Patrick O'Connell, Adam Harrington, Meera Simhan, Ben Newmark, Ricki Noel Lander, Jeannine Kaspar, Sarah Cahill, Stan Lee, Peter Billingsley, Justin Rex, Zorianna Kit, Lana Kinnear, Nicole Lindeblad, Masha Lund, Gabrielle Tuite, Tim Griffin, Joshua Harto, Micah A. Hauptman, James Bethea, Daston Kalili, Ido Ezra, Paul Bettany, Samuel L. Jackson, America Olivo, George F. Watson

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

I thought the version of the Chronicles of Narnia a couple of years ago was brilliant, so I look forward to this one too. The Turkish Delight was always a puzzle to me, because I think it's kind of crappy candy. Maybe the one in the movie/book has opium in it or something.

Director:
Andrew Adamson
Writers :
Andrew Adamson &
Christopher Markus

The Pevensie siblings return to Narnia, where they are enlisted to once again help ward off an evil king and restore the rightful heir to the land's throne, Prince Caspian.

Ben Barnes ... Prince Caspian
Georgie Henley ... Lucy Pevensie
Skandar Keynes ... Edmund Pevensie
William Moseley ... Peter Pevensie
Anna Popplewell ... Susan Pevensie
Sergio Castellitto ... King Miraz
Peter Dinklage ... Trumpkin
Warwick Davis ... Nikabrik
Vincent Grass ... Doctor Cornelius
Pierfrancesco Favino ... General Glozelle
Cornell John ... Glenstorm (as Cornell S. John)
Damián Alcázar ... Lord Sopespian
Alicia Borrachero ... Queen Prunaprismia
Simón Andreu ... Lord Scythley
Predrag Bjelac ... Lord Donnon
David Bowles ... Lord Gregoire
Juan Diego Montoya Garcia ... Lord Montoya
Douglas Gresham ... Telmarine Crier
Ash Jones ... Geeky Boy
Klára Issová ... Hag
Shane Rangi ... Asterius / Wer-Wolf
Curtis Matthew ... Faun
Mana Hira Davis ... Telmarine Soldier in Boat #1 (as Mana Davis)
Winham Hammond ... Telmarine Soldier in Boat #2
Hana Frejkova ... Midwife #1
Kristina Madericova ... Midwife #2 (as Kristina Madericova)
Lucie Solarova ... Midwife #3
Karolina Matouskova ... Midwife #4
Alina Phelan ... Midwife #5
Joseph Moore ... Boy #1
Isaac Bell ... Boy #2
Lejla Abbasová ... Glenstorm's Wife
Ephraim Goldin ... Glenstorm Son #1
Yemi Akinyemi ... Glenstorm Son #2 (as Yemi A.D.)
Carlos Silva Da Silva ... Glenstorm Son #3 (as Carlos DaSilva)
Jan Pavel Filipensky ... Wimbleweather (as Jan Filipensky)
David Mottl ... Tyrus
Michaela Dvorska ... Tyrus
John Bach ... British Homeguard #1
Jack Walley ... British Homeguard #2
Marcus O'Donovan ... Skeptical Telmarine
Adam Valdez ... Telmarine Soldier Killed by Reepicheep
Liam Neeson ... Aslan (voice)
Ken Stott ... Trufflehunter (voice)
Harry Gregson-Williams ... Pattertwig the Squirrel (voice)
Sim Evan-Jones ... Peepiceek (voice)
David Walliams ... Bulgy Bear (voice)
Eddie Izzard ... Reepicheep (voice)

The Incredible Hulk

I'm so excited for this movie. It will be good to see a good Hulk movie! I love Marvel Comics characters and this should fix the problems with the other awful hulks that have been made.

Director:
Louis Leterrier
Writers:
Zak Penn (screenplay)
Stan Lee (Marvel comic book)

On June 13, get ready to unleash the beast. Physicist Bruce Banner takes flight in order to understand -- and hopefully cure -- the condition that turns him into a monster.

Edward Norton ... Bruce Banner
Liv Tyler ... Betty Ross
Tim Roth ... Emil Blonsky
William Hurt ... Gen. Thaddeus 'Thunderbolt' Ross
other cast:
Robert Downey Jr. ... Tony Stark
Stan Lee
Lou Ferrigno
Tim Blake Nelson ... Samuel Sterns
Ty Burrell ... Dr. Samson
Christina Cabot ... Major Kathleen 'Kat' Sparr
Chris Owens ... Delta Force Commando #2
Peter Mensah ... General Sam Greller
Jay Hunter ... Officer Hamilton
Dylan Taylor ... Keg Guy

Sex and the City: The Movie

I wasn't a huge fan of the show, but it definitely had its great moments enough that I look forward to the movie

Director:
Michael Patrick King
Writers
Michael Patrick King
Candace Bushnell

Sarah Jessica Parker ... Carrie Bradshaw
Kim Cattrall ... Samantha Jones
Cynthia Nixon ... Miranda Hobbes
Kristin Davis ... Charlotte York Goldenblatt
Chris Noth ... Mr. Big
Candice Bergen ... Enid Frick
Jason Lewis ... Jerry 'Smith' Jerrod
Polina Frantsena ... Young Carrie
Jennifer Hudson ... Louise - Carrie's Assistant
Amy Flanagan ... Young Charlotte
Evan Handler ... Harry Goldenblatt
David Eigenberg ... Steve Brady
Willie Garson ... Stanford Blatch
Lynn Cohen ... Magda
Mario Cantone ... Anthony Marantino
Gilles Marini ... Dante
Bridget Regan ... Hostess
Julie Halston ... Bitsy von Muffling
Michael Bloomberg ... Himself
Annaleigh Ashford ... 7-11 Girl
Tom Stratford ... Elaines Friend
Celina Carvajal ... Young Miranda
Nicole Wilson ... Girlfriend

War, Inc.

A political satire set in Turaqistan, a country occupied by an American private corporation run by a former US Vice-President (Aykroyd). In an effort to monopolize the opportunities the war-torn nation offers, the corporation's CEO hires a troubled hit man (Cusack), to kill a Middle East oil minister. Now, struggling with his own growing demons, the assassin must pose as the corporation's Trade Show Producer in order to pull off this latest hit, while maintaining his cover by organizing the high-profile wedding of Yonica Babyyeah (Duff) an outrageous Middle Eastern pop star, and keeping a sexy left wing reporter (Tomei) in check.

John Cusack ... Brand Hauser
Joan Cusack ... Marsha Dillon
Marisa Tomei ... Natalie Hegalhuzen
Hilary Duff ... Yonica Babyyeah
Ben Kingsley ... Walken
Dan Aykroyd ... The Vice President
Ned Bellamy ... Zubleh / Ooq-Yu-Fay Taqnufmini
Velizar Binev ... German Businessman
Shirly Brener ... Hauser's Wife
Marc Casabani ... Various (voice)
Ben Cross ... Medusa Hair
Doug Dearth ... Geoff
Itai Diakov ... Boy
Georgi Gatzov ... Soundman
Nick Harvey ... Preacher
Lyubomir Neikov ... Omar
Rachel O'Meara ... Implanted Reporter
Velislav Pavlov ... Video guy #2
Bashar Rahal ... Video Guy #1
Joost Scholte ... Cashier
Stanimir Stamatov ... Posse guy
Sergej Trifunovic ... Ooq-Mi-Fay Taqnufmini
Montel Williams ... GuideStar
George Zlatarev ... Director

Kung Fu Panda

Po the Panda is the laziest animals in all of the Valley of Peace, but unwittingly becomes the chosen one when enemies threaten their way of life.

Jack Black ... Po (voice)
Jackie Chan ... Master Monkey (voice)
Dustin Hoffman ... Shifu (voice)
Lucy Liu ... Master Viper (voice)
Ian McShane ... Tai Lung (voice)
David Cross ... Master Crane (voice)
Michael Clarke Duncan ... Commander Vachir (voice)
Dan Fogler ... Zeng (voice)
James Hong ... Mr. Ping (voice)
Angelina Jolie ... Master Tigress (voice)
Randall Duk Kim ... Oogway (voice)
Seth Rogen ... Master Mantis (voice)

Directed by
Mark Osborne
John Stevenson
Writing credits
Jonathan Aibel
Glenn Berger
Ethan Reiff
Cyrus Voris

You Don't Mess with the Zohan

This movie opens June 6 and looks incredibly stupid, but it's nice to see that Sandler is back to making incredibly stupid (and hopefully funny) movies. So let's see, he'll be some whacky character who will fall in love and win the love of his lady while also solving some problem, both of which are against incredible odds and thwarting the hopes of some cheesey bad guy. Sandler has a very dull formula, yes, but his whacky characters and weird cast make his movies funny. (Yes, that IS the plot of all his good movies- The Waterboy, 50 First Dates, Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, The Wedding Singer and the one with the little kid...Big Daddy. His other movies are pretty forgettable).

Director Dennis Dugan
written by Adam Sandler & Robert Smigel

So, some members of the cast:
Adam Sandler is Zohan, A Mossad agent who fakes his death so he can re-emerge in New York City as a hair stylist.
Rob Schneider will be in there somewhere.
Mariah Carey and Henry Winkler have cameos.

Other Cast:
Naama Nativ settle... Sarah
Guri Weinberg... Aharon
Ben Wise... Yitzhak
Necar Zadegan... Ayala
Maysoon Zayid... Nadira
Ido Mosseri... Oori
Daoud Heidami... Nasi
Todd Holland... Fred
Barry Livingston... Gray Kleibolt
Rick Gifford... Philip Cavan
Shulie Cowen... Debbie
Danny A. Abeckaser... Ze'ev
Omid Abtahi... Shihab
Moran Atias... Nava
Sayed Badreya... Hamdi
Emmanuelle Chriqui... Dalia
Ido Ezra... Hassan
John Farley... Tom
Donna Feldman... Michal
Mousa Kraish... Bashir
Alex Luria... Koby
Yossi Marshek... Pinchas
Lina So... Scarlett Perry

Other:
Aesop Aquarian... Rabbi, Ashley Ausburn... Shopping Mall Kid, Constance Barron, Mike Batayeh... Fry cook, Tim Bearden... Pants Store Owner, Shelley Berman, Melanie Bulujian... Israeli Dancer, Jacki R. Chan... Phantom's Hot Girl, Marly Coronel... Fantasy Girl, Barbara Ann Davison... Dog Owner, Jennifer De Minco... Arguing Woman, Dina Doron, John Duerler... Electronic Store customer, Michelle Elyse... Night Club Dancer, Eric Feliciano... Israeli Fan, Ian Fisher, Les Gardonyi... Pedestrian, Nikki Giavasis... Waitress, Dana Goodman... Assistant #2, Susan Grace... Mrs. Rosen, Kristina Haddad... Hamdi's Wife, Anne Marie Howard..., Reporter, Todd Justin... Bouncer, Mark Kubr... Criminal #3, Vanessa Long... Catty Hairdresser, Tim Mars... Go Go Yeller, Tina Mayer... Hair stylist, Alexis McCombs... Paul Mitchell Salon Customer, Roni Meron... Waitress, Norma Michaels... Old lady, Nicole Montano... Cheerleader, Natasha Nov... Ex girlfriend, Kal Parekh... Angry palestinian, Ori Pfeffer... 2nd Commander, Helen Siff... Mrs. Stitzer, Terrie Snell... Another Woman, Yamit Sol, Chris Spinelli... Angry Palestinian, Riley Stewart... Whipper Snipper Crying Boy, Sarah Stringer... Party Goer, Adria Tennor... Whipper Snipper Manager, Christa Texeira... Arab Girl, Jonah Texeira... Arab Boy, Keana Texeira... Arab Girl, Seth Texeira... Arab Boy, Sophie Texeira... Arab Girl, Ryan Phillip Thomas... Angry Palestinian, Herzl Tobey... Commander aka Yaron Uzimann... Cafe Customer, Matthew Wolf... Jules Herlihy, Julia Lea Wolov... Mariah Carey's Assistant, Blake Young-Fountain... Baseball Player, David Zahedian... Phantom's Best Friend, Zahra Heydari... Receptionist , Ali Olomi... Arab Spectator , Junes B. Zahdi... Jogger

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

This summer's most anticipated sequel features a very old Harrison Ford and Shia LaBeouf in the latest (and last?) installment of the venerable and popular Indiana Jones franchise.

Details are mostly in the rumor phase now, but this much of the cast is known:

Harrison Ford ... Indiana Jones
Cate Blanchett ... Irina Spalko
Karen Allen ... Marion Ravenwood
Shia LaBeouf ... Mutt Williams
Ray Winstone ... 'Mac' George McHale
John Hurt ... Professor Oxley
Jim Broadbent ... Dean Charles Stanforth
Igor Jijikine ... Dovchenko

Others: Dimitri Diatchenko, Ilia Volokh, Emmanuel Todorov, Pavel Lychnikoff, Andrew Divoff, Venya Manzyuk, Alan Dale, Joel Stoffer, Neil Flynn, V.J. Foster, Chet Hanks, Brian Knutson, Dean Grimes, Sasha Spielberg, Nicole Luther, Christopher Todd, Dennis Nusbaum, T. Ryan Mooney, Audi Resendez, Helena Barrett, Carlos Linares, Gustavo Hernandez, Kevin Collins

David Koepp -screenplay, based on a story by George Lucas and Jeff Nathanson
Based of course on characters by George Lucas and Philip Kaufman.

It will be directed by Steven Spielberg.

Personally, I can't wait!