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Olga sent me 4 pictures of Behind the scenes from Minka’s movie The Roommate. She also sent me a link to another awesome production stills of Minka from costume designer Maya Lieberman. Check them out by clicking on thumbnails below. Enjoy
Check out this exclusive clip from Minka’s latest movie The Roommate, which you’ll find on Blu-Ray & DVD. A part of this clip is interview with the cast Cam Gigandet with Aly Michalka and short talk with our lovely Minka Kelly. Take a look below.
As I posted before, The Roommate made its way to both DVD and Blu-ray this week, and in honor of the occasion Sony Pictures has provided two clips from the release – a deleted scene entitled “ID Check” and a minute and a half from the Obsession: The Making of The Roommate featurette.
The 2011 MTV Movie Awards nominations are in and now the power of the golden popcorn is yours! Starting on May 3 head over to MovieAwards.MTV.com to vote for a winner in every category, from Best Movie to Best Kiss to
Best Jaw-Dropping Moment, through June 4.
Voting for Best Movie, however, will stay open throughout the awards show itself — meaning you’ll have a chance to affect the night’s biggest prize until the very last minute.
Hosted by Jason Sudeikis, the 20th annual MTV Movie Awards air live on Sunday, June 5, at 9 p.m. ET, from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California. So check out the full list of nominees and then vote for your favorites
Rio has taken first place at the UK box office on its debut weekend on release.
The 3D animated movie, which features the voices of Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway, pulls in £1.5 million to secure top spot ahead of sci-fi thriller Source Code.
Limitless holds its place at number three, Hop dips down to four and action movie Sucker Punch is at five.
The chart also sees three new releases enter the top ten. Bollywood movie Thank You bows at number seven, Leighton Meester and Minka Kelly’s The Roommate lands at nine and Disney animation Mars Needs Mums is at ten.
The UK box office top ten in full:
1. (-) Rio – £1,515,853
2. (2) Source Code – £848,366
3. (3) Limitless – £737,417
4. (1) Hop – £611,367
5. (4) Sucker Punch – £346,399
6. (5) The Eagle – £181,823
7. (-) Thank You – £160,191
8. (8) Unknown – £135,025 9. (-) The Roommate – £120,365
10. (-) Mars Needs Mums – £113,559
Here you can watch exclusive video clip from Minka’s newest movie The Roommate. You can watch the stars Leighton Meester from Gossip Girl, Minka Kelly as the roommates who end up killing each other and also Cam Gigandet.
If you take 90210 and cross it with Single White Female, you’ll end up with a teen-friendly psychological thriller called The Roommate. Leighton Meester and Minka Kelly are the two main stars of the suspenseful movie and the sparkly-toothed twosome were more than happy to chat about creepy roommates, crazy folk and secret obsessions during our recent interviews in Los Angeles. Sadly, the filming took place the day after Kelly signed up for her role in the new Charlie’s Angels series, so she didn’t have too many secrets to spill on the ass-kicking show.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced The Roommate for Blu-ray release on May 17. This thriller stars Minka Kelly as a college freshman whose rommate (Leighton Meester), initially Sara’s new best friend, turns out to be obsessive, unbalanced…and maybe even a killer. It earned $37 million at the box office.
Special features include:
Alternate Opening Sequence
Obsession: The Making of The Roommate
The Roommate: Next Generation of Stars