Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Exclusive clip from Stargate Universe

In this exclusive clip (via, Dr. Nicholas Rush (Robert Carlyle) finds himself at odds with Msgt. Ronald Greet who is ready to stop him from playing with the ship's computer -- a console that says his adjustments will blow up the vessel.

The two hour series premiere of Stargate Universe is this Friday at 9pm Eastern on SyFy in the US.


The Conspirator looking for extras

The film is still searching for extras for a shoot that will start in mid-October and end in December. Filmmakers are interested in men and women of all ages and types, but have specified a need for the following:
Women sizes 0-4 with no obvious highlighted or frosted hair

Men of all types, ages 18-70, particularly those with facial hair and/or slight builds

Historical re-enactor types of all ages

Men who have already applied to be extras are encouraged to keep letting their hair grow in length as well as growing facial hair.

To apply, please send a non-returnable photograph, height and weight measurements, clothing sizes, daytime phone number and email to the following address:

Conspirator Productions
c/o Extras Casting
12020 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA31419

Or email a digital picture along with height and weight measurements, clothing sizes, daytime phone number to


Amelia to open the Doha Festival

Amelia will open the Doha Tribeca Film Festival. Doha is a collaboration between Tribeca Enterprises and the Qatar Museum Authority. The festival starts October 29, primarily at Doha's Museum of Islamic Art.


The Last Station to get a distributor?

It isn't official yet, but it sounds like it's happening:
Helen Mirren, Christopher Plummer, James McAvoy and Paul Giamatti are going to try to shake up the awards season. Look for their new film, "The Last Station" -- written and directed by Michael Hoffman and based on the final months in the life of Leo Tolstoy, which premiered sans distribution at the Telluride Film Festival on Sept. 4 -- to be released by the specialty division of a major studio (with a slew of other art house contenders already this year including three more Best Actress possibilities) and opened in December in order to qualify for the Academy Awards.
Although acting would seem to be the strongest calling card for "Last Station's" late entry into the season, don't discount the possibility of a long shot Best Picture nod as well, especially with 10 slots to fill and a weak field -- so far at least. The film is probably too traditional to score in many precursor critics awards presentations, but it's just the right type of extremely well-made flick that scores points with older Golden Globe and Academy voters. In fact the Globes should be a key early target for the film's campaign consultants. [The Envelope]

Kris Tapley from In Contention believes that Sony Pictures Classics will be the distributor. According to Taply, "no other specialty division has a 'slew' of titles, let alone a 'slew of other art house contenders,' so it’s probably a safe assumption that Michael Barker and Tom Bernard made the leap":

And it fits. Bernard was curious what people thought of the film in Telluride, and he told me, “We might buy it,” at the time. That’s obviously neither here nor there, but I got the vibe — and I certainly wasn’t alone here — that Sony Classics would make a nice home for the film.

It was also announced on Friday that The Last Station is included in the Rome Film Festival lineup and will be in competition. The festival starts on October 15 and ends on October 23. Triage, which stars Scottish actor Jamie Sives will open the festival. Tickets are now on sale and you can go here for more information on booking tickets.


The Ghost put on hold

Due to Roman Polanski's arrest over the weekend, the release of The Ghost, starring Ewan McGregor may be delayed:
Polanski's agent, ICM chief Jeff Berg, said Polanski had completed much of the editing on "The Ghost." But other postproduction work, including music scoring and sound mixing, had yet to be done, Berg said.

While the film does not yet have a U.S. deal, it has distribution in many overseas territories, among them Germany, where it was shot early this year, and France, where Polanski lives. He fled America in 1978 after pleading guilty to having unlawful sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old girl in Los Angeles.

Berg said Polanski usually finishes his films before lining up U.S. distribution, so the completed movie can be shopped around.

"There is always interest in movies that Roman distributes," Berg said. "It should be accepted on its own merits, but we feel highly confident we'll find proper distribution."

With Polanski jailed, it's unknown when work might resume on "The Ghost." Berg said he is confident Polanski will put his legal troubles behind him and finish the film.

"I'm always optimistic when it comes to Roman," Berg said. "He's strong, and he has survived every situation imaginable." [The Hollywood Reporter]

I couldn't decide if I wanted to talk about the whole Polanski situation because it feels sort of irrelevant to what I do and I've been to sites where the whole debate has gotten VERY ugly. But I decided to express my opinion because it feels like I'm ignoring some very serious circumstances if I don't.

Polanski is a gifted filmmaker and I can defend his professional work. What I cannot and will not defend is his horrible crime and his escape to France 30 years ago. That will probably be the first and last time I talk about the case.

Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Gerard Butler at the Law Abiding Citizen screening

Watch director F. Gary Gray receive a career achievement award at The Urban World Film Festival before a screening of Law Abiding Citizen. Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx gave speeches to honor him.


Monday, 28 September 2009

First look: David Tennant in Glorious 39 and The Sarah Jane Adventures

Check out the trailer of Glorious 39, out on November 20 in the UK:

Posted below are new photos of David Tennant in The Sarah Jane Adventures. He will appear in a two part episode entitled The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, which airs on Thursday, October 29 and Friday, October 30 on BBC 1.

Also, don't forget that all votes for the National Television Awards must be in by September 30. David and John Barrowman are nominated in the Best Drama Performance category.


Weekly schedule for Late Show with Craig Ferguson

Mo 9/28: Chris O'Donnell, Paula Poundstone
Tu 9/29: James Spader, Cobie Smulders, Laura Isobar
We 9/30: Jenna Elfman, Dom Irrera
Th 10/1: Patricia Arquette, Dominic Cooper
Fr 10/2: Tim Gunn, Cathy Ladman, Lynyrd Skynyrd

Gerard Butler is set to appear on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on Friday, October 9. Gerard will also appear on The Jay Leno Show on Thursday, October 8 on NBC at 10pm Eastern time in the US.


Friday, 25 September 2009

Craig Ferguson on the Late Show with David Letterman

Here's Craig's appearance from last night:


Gerard Butler at the Urbanworld advanced screening for LAC

Tere are some new photos (from Just Jared) of Gerry from last night's opening at the Urbanworld Film Festival in New York:

Here's the sneak peak of the film from Extra:

You can go here to see if there are any advanced screening of Law Abiding Citizen in your area in the US.


Thursday, 24 September 2009

John Barrowman to play Robin Hood + a podcast interview

John Barrowman is set to play Robin Hood in a Christmas pantomime at the New Theatre in Cardiff in an attempt to save the New Theatre from closure. The pantomime will be performed twice a day (72 times) during the holiday season.

Cardiff council finance executive Mark Stephens said: "John Barrowman in Robin Hood could help turn around the New Theatre.

"Our basic problem is lack of income. People are not going there."

Barrowman's casting has already sparked a sales frenzy, with a reported 35,000 tickets already sold.

You can listen to John's interview with The Stage's Alistair Smith, and he talks about his role in La Cage aux Folles and more.

Source, Source

Gerard Butler's Law Abiding Citizen interview + a new clip from the film

Gerard Butler talks about his role in Law Abiding Citizen:

Is Gerard Butler making a movie every month or does it just feel that way? Los Angeles Times Calendar writer Rachel Abramowitz talked to him not long ago for "The Awful Truth" and "Gamer" and got a tidbit, too, about Butler's upcoming vendetta fantasy, "Law Abiding Citizen." Here it is. -- Geoff Boucher

Gerard Butler dumps his heroic persona for a walk on the wild side in the revenge thriller “Law Abiding Citizen.” While the F. Gary Gray film might make the ACLU shudder, preview audiences have been howling their appreciation often in favor of Butler’s psychopathic anti-hero.

“This is the Hannibal Lecter role. It’s Kevin Spacey in 'Se7en,' " says Butler, the Scottish actor best known for playing King Leonidas in “300.

Of course, there’s a reason for the rage of Butler’s character. You’d be riled up if your wife and family had been brutally murdered in a home invasion and the court system let one of the killers off with a slap on the wrist. But Butler’s guy isn’t just after an eye for an eye; he’s a crazed vigilante bent on taking down the entire legal system.

This is Butler’s first foray into producing, and he not only worked on the Kurt Wimmer script but was willing to forgo his original intention to play the hero to get the movie made.

“We were having a hard time finding the right actor for the role," he said. Jamie Foxx was interested, but only in the district attorney role.

“ 'I’ll swap,' " Butler said. “He said, ‘Yes,’ at which point I went 'Oh ... I wish I hadn’t said it.'“

Butler wound up working with an acting coach for the first time on a movie, and now seems happy about his psycho turn. “I’m proud of it.” [Rachel Abramowitz]

And now, for the new clip from Law Abiding Citizen featuring Jamie Foxx and Viola Davis:

Update: The clip doesn't load when I try it on my browser, but that might just be a problem with my computer. In case it doesn't work for you, just head on over to to watch it.

Also, as a reminder Law Abiding Citizen, will premier tonight at Urbanworld.

Source, Source, Source, Source

Another clip from Darwin's Darkest Hour

The two-hour drama starring Henry Ian Cusick premieres Tuesday, October 6th at 8PM ET/PT on PBS:


Wednesday, 23 September 2009

David Tennant to appear on the Absolute Radio Breakfast Show

David Tennant will reportedly be co-hosting with Christian O'Connell for a week this November in the UK. The show is on weekdays between 6am and 10am.


Craig Ferguson on The View

Craig made an appearance on the show this morning to promote his new autobiography, American on Purpose, which goes on sale today. The interview is below:


Another new Law Abiding Citizen clip

This exclusive clip, entitled "Biblical" features Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx:


Tuesday, 22 September 2009

More from the set of Ewan McGregor's The Last Word

According to the Press Association, Ewan McGregor was filming scenes with co-star Eva Green on the banks of the River Clyde in Glasgow:

Dressed in a dark polo neck jumper and grey jacket, the Perth-born 38-year-old was seen sharing a joke with former Bond girl Green.

The pair were also pictured sheltering from the Scottish rain under a large umbrella.

There are photos of Ewan and Eva Green shooting below, and be sure to go here for more exclusive photos from the set.

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David Tennant's Hamlet DVD cover unveiled

The DVD is set for a December 28, 2009 release after it airs on BBC 2 in the UK.


New Grey's Anatomy season 6 poster + Kevin McKidd in Good Housekeeping

Kevin McKidd is reportedly in the October issue of Good Housekeeping magazine. I haven't been able to track down the article yet, but Kevin McKidd Online reported it, so I figured I'd let people know in case they get the chance to buy it.


Darwin's Darkest Hour website launch

I got an e-mail from a NOVA representative about the upcoming film, so I'll pass on the information to you.

The Darwin's Darkest Hour companion website will launch tomorrow, Tuesday, September 22 and will include an interview with Henry Ian Cusick.

Here's what you'll find on the companion website:

A NOVA Drama
In this Q&A, Paula Apsell, Senior Executive Producer of NOVA explains why she wanted to bring Darwin to life through a scripted drama, and the importance of keeping the topic of evolution in the spotlight.

Explore the Galapagos
Of all places on Earth, this island chain may be the most important to our understanding of evolution. On this interactive map, tour the Galapagos and get a sense of their signature wildlife species and geology through video, audio, and panoramic images. Also, learn how visiting the islands inspired Darwin's thinking.

Parallel Lives
In this article, Sean Carroll, one of the luminaries of evolutionary science today, reflects on the parallel discoveries Darwin and Wallace made on each man's road to understanding evolution's primary mechanism, natural selection.

The Scriptwriter's Story: Capturing Darwin's Dilemma
In this interview, scriptwriter John Goldsmith discusses how the dialogue, characters, and events of the drama relate to the historical record, and the extraordinary research he did to get the details right.

The Actor's Story: Being Charles Darwin
Henry Ian Cusick, widely known as Desmond Hume in the hit series "Lost," relished his chance to take on the role of a very different character. He knew little about Darwin at the outset of the project, and stepping into Darwin's shoes changed Cusick's views about the man and evolution in general.

Watch the Program
Beginning the day after "Darwin's Darkest Hour" premieres on television, you can view the entire program online at anytime.

Here's a prologue for you to watch:

Law Abiding Citizen: clips and updates

The Law Abiding Citizen website has been updated and more updates are coming, so be sure to check it out. In addition to the website updates, there is now an official MySpace page for the film, which you can join.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 22, Extra will reportedly show an exclusive new Law Abiding Citizen clip featuring Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx. The show airs on NBC at 7pm in the US.

There are also two new clips from the film featuring Jamie Foxx and Viola Davis which you can watch below:


Monday, 21 September 2009

Weekly schedule for Late Show with Craig Ferguson

Mo 9/21: Marg Helgenberger, Dule Hill, Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears
Tu 9/22: Reba McEntire, Dave Annable
We 9/23: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ken Tucker, Arctic Monkeys
Th 9/24: Jason Schwartznam, Angela Kinsey
Fr 9/25: Ted Danson, Christopher Miller & Phil Lord

Don't forget that Craig Ferguson will be a guest on The View on Tuesday, September 22 on ABC. His appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman has been moved up a day to Thursday, September 24.


Friday, 18 September 2009

Clip from The Disappearance of Alice Creed

In addition to the two clips from yesterday, there's another clip from the film below:

There are also more reviews for The Disappearance of Alice Creed coming in from TIFF:
The Disappearance…will appeal largely to aficionados of grungy thrillers full of double-crosses and battles of wit. Cult status would appear to be firmly in this film’s grasp.

The Disappearance is more of a verbal battle than a physical one, preferring barbed dialogue to clich├ęd gunplay. This, of course, requires relatable performances, and all three leads do strong work. Compston nails Danny’s slippery desperation, making it impossible to ever know when he’s telling the truth.


More photos of Ewan McGregor from the set of The Last Word

Sweet on Sigma Films points us to more photos of Ewan on the Glasgow set along with a few of his Trainspotting co-star, Scottish actor Ewen Bremner. You can view them all here.

Pre-sales of The Last Word have also been completed. The film has been sold to South Korea (Entremode), Benelux (Wild Bunch), and Greece (Seven Films). No word yet on UK or North American distribution.


New clip from Law Abiding Citizen

Check out the exclusive clip below:

There is also news of special screenings (via
Director F. Gary Gray, via Twitter, reports that Law Abiding Citizen will be previewed in 15 cities. Los Angeles is holding a preview this evening with Gerard, Bruce McGill and Regina Hall in attendance. Other cities include New York City (opening Urbanworld on September 23), Atlanta and Philadelphia.


Five questions with Craig Ferguson

Craig talked to USA Today to promote his new memoir, American on Purpose, which debuts next Tuesday, October 22:

1. You've been sober for nearly 18 years. Why did you write this memoir now?

When I spoke at the White House Correspondents Dinner (January 2008), it felt like a punctuation mark. I took an inventory of my life, and it seemed like the right time to take a crack at it.

2. How did your fellow Scotsmen react when you became an American citizen?

The ones I talked to had no problem. Being an American doesn't make me any less Scottish.

3. After you dropped out of school at 16, you were a drummer in a punk rock band. What was that like?

It was a wild time. It involved a lot of drinking and fighting, but I'm not sure if I was being a punk rocker or just Scottish.

4. You've had a lot of different jobs — milkman, construction worker, stand-up comic. If the hosting gig didn't work out, what would you be?

I was happiest as a construction worker. The hours are long, the work is hard, but at the end of the day, you feel like you've done something.

5. Favorite TV guests?

I have to say Betty White. It's always a pleasure to have her. And Drew Carey. We've been friends a long time, and it's so easy when you know someone.

Craig also did an interview for the September 28 issue of People magazine. Someone was cool enough to post scans of the article, which you can see here.


Wednesday, 16 September 2009

First look: Martin Compston in The Disappearance of Alice Creed

First, you can head on over to Movieline for two new clips from the film. The Disappearance of Alice Creed has already been bought for some international distribution at TIFF, but has not yet secured domestic rights.

Movieline also gives us Martin Compston's and co-star Eddie Marsan's first official interview for the film:

One of those pleasant gems you hope to stumble upon at any film festival, The Disappearance of Alice Creed is a wonderfully entertaining little thriller from British screenwriter and first-time director, J Blakeson. Set almost entirely in an enclosed apartment, Blakeson’s story takes a simple premise — “So you’ve kidnapped a beautiful heiress. Now what?” — and wrings out of it a darkly humorous and utterly unpredictable tale of greed gone wrong, with shades of Rope, Shallow Grave and Deathtrap. The titular heiress is played by Quantum of Solace star Gemma Arterton, who squeezed in this film between her two upcoming blockbusters, Prince of Persia and Clash of the Titans. Rounding out the triangle are the two kidnappers, the elder and more volatile man played by Eddie Marsan — star of Mike Leigh’s Vera Drake and Happy-Go-Lucky and Will Smith’s super-nemesis in Hancock — and the younger played by Martin Compston, a Scottish actor discovered by Ken Loach (who gave him the lead in Sweet Sixteen). Both are superb in their roles. Movieline spoke to Marsan and Compston this morning at TIFF, for what it turns out was their first official interview in support of the film.

There’s a fair bit of nudity required of everyone in Alice Creed. How did you feel about that?

COMPSTON: You never feel really comfortable being naked among strangers, but it was nothing compared with everything Gemma went through, so you just think, well, get on with it. The one scene that sort of freaked me out had a [full frontal shot], but it was quick and you couldn’t really see it. But one of our producers said, just wait until the DVD comes out and people press pause!

You can go here for the rest of the interview.

The film had also been an official selection at the London Film Festival, but I hadn't posted the official screening dates:

Saturday, October 24 | 21:00 | Vue Screen 6

Tuesday, October 27 | 14:00 | NFT1

Tuesday, October 27 | 19:00 | STUDIO


The Men Who Stare at Goats poster and images released

The poster is pretty funny. The "Goat" gets credited with the other actors.


Air dates for David Tennant's appearance on The Sarah Jane Adventures

David Tennant's episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures, entitled The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith will be aired on Thursday, October 29 and Friday, October 30 on BBC 1. The Waters of Mars, his upcoming Doctor Who Special is scheduled to air on BBC 1 sometime in November.

You can also check out a review (beware of the spoilers) of his new film Glorious 39 which premiered at TIFF on Monday. Tonight is the film's second screening and official press call.


AFI Fest chooses The Last Station

AFI Fest has announced its official selections which includes The Last Station. The festival will also have a "See a Film on Us" initiative that includes free tickets to all the films it presents including a few for the gala presentations.

The films will be screened at the Chinese Theater and Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel from October 30 to November 5 and will then move to Santa Monica for the last two days of screenings.
"These first dozen titles offer a wonderful preview to our lineup which is a survey of the year's significant films," said festival artistic director Rose Kuo "They represent a diversity of voices and we take great pride in being able to bring them to Los Angeles audiences for the first time." [Variety]

The Last Station to be screened at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire

The Last Station will be screened at Telluride at Dartmouth. Five other films from the 2009 Telluride Film Festival will be screened as well. All seats are $12 and any five films are $48. You can purchase single tickets online.

Telluride passes (any 5 films for $48) are available in person or by phone at the Hopkins Center Box Office (603.646.2422)

The Last Station will be screened on Sunday, September 20 at 3pm, 5:30pm, and 8pm. Be sure to go here for more information.


Craig Ferguson interview and a new book review

Craig Ferguson spoke to reporters at a meeting of the Television Critics Association on Monday. He talked about aviation after getting his pilot's license last week and his career:

Craig Ferguson, who earned his pilot's license last week, says he loves aviation because it's the complete opposite of show business.

The host of CBS' ``Late Late Show'' says that getting ahead in entertainment means claiming to be able to do anything that's asked. In aviation, Ferguson says, a person has to tell the truth or risk death.

He likes to keep much of his life involved in more ``rational areas'' than entertainment, Ferguson told reporters Monday at a meeting of the Television Critics Association.

Asked to assess guests he's had on his show, Ferguson says his favorite was Betty White. His least favorite? An actor he declined to name. [Lynn Elber]

You can also read a summary/review of Craig's new autobiography American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot which will be released on September 22. The entire review is here, but I've posted an excerpt below:

Craig Ferguson, by his own account, is a Scotsman with a brogue and excellent teeth. A former punk-rock drummer. A recovering alcoholic. A sitcom star (well, supporting star) on Drew Carey's show. A film director-writer-leading man. A standup comic and overall "vulgar lounge entertainer."

Ferguson is also, of course, host of CBS' "Late Late Show," where he displays a gift for sly, often silly humour, a range of loony impersonations and a curious mind that, when he's interviewing, puts him in the rare league of Dick Cavett or even Bill Moyers.

Ferguson is also a proud American citizen (as of January 2008).

Any of this would serve as selling points for Ferguson's new memoir, "American on Purpose." [The Canadian Press]

First 5 minutes of Grey's Anatomy season premiere

ABC released the first five minutes or so of the sixth season premiere. Kevin McKidd is in the clip.

The first half of the 2 hour season premiere is called Good Morning and the second half is called Goodbye. The episode airs on Thursday, September 24.

Here's the episode summary:
The hospital staff is left to deal with the aftermath of George’s passing. Hitting the staff hard, they all find unique ways to get through the various stages of grief. George’s mom returns, faced with the difficult task of deciding what to do with his organs. In the second episode, entitled “Goodbye”, time has passed… Everyone is struggling after losing one of their own and are turning to any distraction they can find. Meredith and Derek seem to be consummating their marriage anywhere and everywhere, while Cristina and Owen have been instructed to abstain from sex by Dr. Wyatt. [BSCreview]

Tuesday, 15 September 2009

Robert Carlyle's The Tournament to open Screamfest

The Tournament will open this year's Screamfest at Grauman's Theater on October 16. The 9th annual festival will take place from October 16 to October 25 at the Mann Chinese Theaters in Hollywood, California. For more information call the Screamfest Horror Film Festival at 310-358-3273 or visit to order tickets.


Photos of Ewan McGregor at TIFF

Ewan McGregor was at the Toronto premiere for The Men Who Stare at Goats at Roy Thomas Hall on Friday, September 11. His co-stars Jeff Bridges and George Clooney, and director Grant Heslov were also at the premiere.


James McAvoy news roundup: The Last Station photos, Wanted 2 contest, The Conspirator's shooting locations

There are a few new photos from The Last Station that surfaced online a few days ago - the film's poster is included.

You can also enter to win a walk on role in Wanted 2. Focus Features online community website has set up a new contest in honor of producer/director Timur Bekmambetov's newly released 9 and his upcoming sequel to Wanted.

The 9/Wanted 2 Sweepstakes ends on at 12am ET on September 20, 2009. The contest is only open to U.S. residents.

The grand prize winner will receive:
  • A walk on role in Timur Bekmambetov’s Wanted 2
  • Round trip airfare for 2 to and from shooting location (TBD)
  • 2 night hotel accomodations
  • Special limited edition 9 book
  • The 9 Soundtrack

And nine runner up winners get:

Go here for your chance to enter the contest.

Robert Redford's The Conspirator will be shooting in Savannah, Georgia. The city will serve as the setting for Washington, D.C., in July 1865. Shooting begins in mid-October and ends in December. Location scouts showed interest in historic mansion homes like the Owens-Thomas House, the Andrew Low House, the Davenport House, and the Old Fort Jackson, and the Roundhouse Complex. The film is expected to bring in $10 million of spending into the city with 40 crew members currently working with 200 crew members expected to be employed:

The American Film Company has opened a production office and sound stage in the Savannah area and is currently accepting resumes for local hires via an email hotline:

Casting, publicist information and other contact information will be posted on the News page at when it becomes available. Local crew are encouraged to keep their online listings updated.

For further information, please contact the City of Savannah Tourism and Film Department at 912-651-2360 or 912-667-1803.


PBS promos: Henry Ian Cusick in Darwin's Darkest Hour and David Tennant hosts Masterpiece Contemporary

PBS unveiled a promo a few days ago for Darwin's Darkest Hour starring Henry Ian Cusick. The two-hour film will air on NOVA on PBS in the US on October 6.

PBS also has a preview for the fall 2009 season of Masterpiece Contemporary featuring David Tennant. The season will include a showing of Collision starring Scottish actor Douglas Henshall which will air on Sundays November 15 and 22.


Gerard Butler's weekend appearances + How to Train Your Dragon teaser trailer

There are a lot of photos of Gerard from his appearances this weekend, and I've posted a few below including his appearance at the US Open in New York yesterday, his arrival at the MTV Video Music Awards last night, and is appearance at the Steps for 9/11 walk yesterday also in New York:

You can get more photos of Gerard's appearance over the weekend at Harry Winston's New York Collection Celebration, In Touch Weekly Hosts the Icons + Idols Celebration, MTV Video Music Awards, Giant Steps for 9/11, and finally, at the US Open.

You can check out the new teaser trailer for How to Train Your Dragon which opens on March 26, 2010:

Gerry will appear on the BBC Radio 1 Scott Mills Show tomorrow which you can listen to at 4pm local UK time (12pm ET, 11am CT, 9am PT in the US) here. points us to a time zone converter to help.

Finally, Sony revealed today that The Ugly Truth will debut on Blu-ray on November 10 in the U.S.. The suggested price is set at $39.95.

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