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Exclusive In Time London premiere video
As you may have noticed, TotalFilm.com has a bit of a revamp!We’re really proud of the new site that we’re rolling out, and video is going to take much more prominent role, with an all new video bar running across the top of the page and an improved player.Take this In Time UK premiere report for example. In this video, Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried and Cillian Murphy talk about the sci-fi flick’s appeal.[TO SEE THE VIDEO, CLICK ON JT AND AMANDA OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Exclusive In Time London premiere video

As you may have noticed, TotalFilm.com has a bit of a revamp!

We’re really proud of the new site that we’re rolling out, and video is going to take much more prominent role, with an all new video bar running across the top of the page and an improved player.

Take this In Time UK premiere report for example. In this video, Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried and Cillian Murphy talk about the sci-fi flick’s appeal.

[TO SEE THE VIDEO, CLICK ON JT AND AMANDA OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

JT’s been teaching Olivia Wilde how to play his yummy mummy
Justin Timberlake says he used experiences with his own mother to help actress Olivia Wilde play his 50-year-old mum trapped in the body of a younger woman in the film In Time.  The sci-fi thriller is based in a world where no-one ages beyond 25.  “We laughed about it when we first saw each other,” Timberlake told Entertainment Weekly. “First of all, Olivia is three years younger than me!”  “We’d read the script and I would say, ‘Here’s something my mom might do…’”

JT’s been teaching Olivia Wilde how to play his yummy mummy

Justin Timberlake says he used experiences with his own mother to help actress Olivia Wilde play his 50-year-old mum trapped in the body of a younger woman in the film In Time.
 
The sci-fi thriller is based in a world where no-one ages beyond 25.
 
“We laughed about it when we first saw each other,” Timberlake told Entertainment Weekly. “First of all, Olivia is three years younger than me!”
 
“We’d read the script and I would say, ‘Here’s something my mom might do…’”

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Bad Teacher gets a Red Band trailer

Bad Teacher is a film that from title to premise is trying to recreate some of the magic that made Billy Bob Thornton’s Bad Santa such a treat. Based on the strength of the first trailer however, Cameron Diaz is no Billy Bob Thornton, and Bad Teacher is no Bad Santa. Not to say it’s all bad though, despite Diaz not ever really feeling comfortable in her role as a pot-smoking, potty mouthed educator, some of the jokes land perfectly thanks to the great supporting cast, notably TF favourite Jason Segal.

Swearing its way through much of the NSFW-dictionary, the Red Band trailer also gives away details of a mostly nonsensical plot involving Justin Timberlake and boob jobs.

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Total Film Hotlist 2010: The Winners
1) Hottest Film – The Social Network
We Say: The combination of Aaron Sorkin’s razor-sharp screenplay, David Fincher’s directorial verve, a zeitgeist cast, Trent Reznor’s quicksilver score and the clout of producer Scott Rudin made The Social Network  not just a niche film about geeks but a snapshot of a generation, a drama of Shakespearean proportions and essential viewing. Oscar? We think so.You Say: “Who knew a film about facebook could be so inclusive, so fascinating and so damn cool? Best film of the year without a doubt.” Hannah Conner, DerryProducer Scott Rudin Says:  “Enormous thanks to all the Total Film readers for supporting David Fincher’s The Social Network.  We could not be more excited about how this film has been received, and we’re very much looking forward to the Coen Brothers’ True Grit in January [produced by Rudin], and the next Fincher film, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, next year. Thanks to everybody who took the time to vote. It means a lot to us.”

Total Film Hotlist 2010: The Winners

1) Hottest Film – The Social Network

We Say: The combination of Aaron Sorkin’s razor-sharp screenplay, David Fincher’s directorial verve, a zeitgeist cast, Trent Reznor’s quicksilver score and the clout of producer Scott Rudin made The Social Network  not just a niche film about geeks but a snapshot of a generation, a drama of Shakespearean proportions and essential viewing. Oscar? We think so.

You Say:
“Who knew a film about facebook could be so inclusive, so fascinating and so damn cool? Best film of the year without a doubt.” Hannah Conner, Derry

Producer Scott Rudin Says:
“Enormous thanks to all the Total Film readers for supporting David Fincher’s The Social Network.  We could not be more excited about how this film has been received, and we’re very much looking forward to the Coen Brothers’ True Grit in January [produced by Rudin], and the next Fincher film, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, next year. Thanks to everybody who took the time to vote. It means a lot to us.

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We want to see the Tumblr movie. For now, check out our Social Network review.

We want to see the Tumblr movie. For now, check out our Social Network review.