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anyone that has talked to me recently knows, ever since I saw 500 Days (YESSS! recap to come soon) I've been geeking out for trailer for the upcoming movie version of Nine, made by the same team (led by Mr. Rob Marshall) that brought you Chicago. I seriously came when the trailer was over. I'm just that easy, I guess.

here's the link to the trailer 'cause God won't let me embed it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_5_lzags3I

it comes out November 25th here in the States. I can't WAIT THAT LONG - and I hate musicals! typically!

reasons it won't suck
- fucking Fellini wrote that shit. I'm going to rent 8 1/2 this weekend. consider it my cinematic education.
- MARION COTILLARD .... ugh ugh ugh
- Kate Hudson DANCES? Kate Hudson SINGS?
- Daniel Day Lewis, he does NO WRONG
- Penelope Cruz is such a temptress
- Nicole Kidman! remember Moulin Rouge?
- SOPHIA LOREN AND DAME JUDI DENCH! LEGENDSSSS!
- oh my God, FERGIE FERG AS A PROSTITUTE

ahem

To the D, to the E, to the L-I-C-I-O-U-STo the D, to the E, to the L-I-C-I-O-U-STo the D, to the E, to the L-I-C-I-O-U-STo the D, to the E, to the, to the, to the, to the(Four, tres, two, uno)


SEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE IT

I WANT TO BE DDL IN THIS FILM

NOT KIDDING

- Brittany

Comments

  1. sorry, I still can't get over your nipple tweet.

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  2. we should rent la vie en rose sometime and watch it together. GOD I love Marion Cotillard. I want to see her in a corset. A movie about ... hmm ... madame pompadour, maybs? (a very famous mistress to Louis XV!) and nine just looks fantastic, daniel day-lewis is teh sekks. judi dench judi dench judi dench (did you see Notes on a Scandal? BRILLIANT). I say we demand that tinseltown have a 12:01 am showing.

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  3. Nine has some great songs.
    And Daniel Day-Lewis is a PHENOM!!

    This film will certainly be on my list.
    I had no idea there would be so many other stars in it....like Fergie (ferg). Surprise to me.

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  4. That looks like a great movie... I'm definitely looking forward to it.

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  5. omg Cara let's have a Marion Cotillard sexfest marathon night. I HAVE NOT SEEN NOTES, WANT TO SO BAD.

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  6. it's on, dude. it is SO ON. you're going to adore notes, cate blanchett and judi dench will make you want to throw up.

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