On this edition of Movie Pics, we have two beautiful entrees and those half-eaten, fast-food leftovers your friend stuck in the fridge last week. Check it out:
- Correct me if I'm wrong, but this may be the first still from No Country for Old Men (pictured above). Directed by the Coen Brothers and based off Cormac McCarthy's novel, pic revolves around a hunter (Josh Brolin) who stumbles upon dead bodies, some heroin and more than $2 million in cash. To some of you, that may sound like one helluva night out on the town. However, our hunter is not so lucky, as he soon finds himself caught up in a world of violence and mayhem.
- In the same New York Times article that features No Country for Old Men, there was also a new photo from Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming oil flick, There Will Be Blood. As the article states, both films were filmed in Marfa (not Martha), a tiny Texas town with a population of 2,400. Anderson's film, however, is based off Upton Sinclair's novel, Oil!, and centers around a turn-of-the-century prospector (Daniel Day Lewis), his family and the early days of the oil business.
- And, finally, a few pictures and film clips have surfaced from Jackass: Number Two, a (sequel?) to the 2002 masterpiece in which a bunch of morons run around and take turns torturing themselves, their bodies and audiences everywhere. Yeah, that about sums things up as far as Jackass goes. Enjoy!