Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro as Greg Focker and Jack Byrnes in "Little Fockers" (2010)
"What It's About: The Focker clan is back with more antics! ANTICS! Gay Focker and his wife Pam have hung with the parents, gotten married and started building their life together. There are kids in the picture. And now Pam's dad Jack is worried about who will steer the family correctly once he's gone, so he turns to his lovable male nurse son-in-law. Shenanigans undoubtedly ensure.
Who's In It: Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro, Teri Polo, Blythe Danner, Barbra Streisand and Owen Wilson all return. Dustin Hoffman was only recently confirmed to be returning as the elder Focker as well. New to the cast this time are Jessica Alba, Laura Dern, Rob Huebel and Harvey Keitel. "Nick and Norah" director Chris Weitz is at the helm.
Why You Should Care: "Focker" puns really never get old. And maybe it's just me, but Ben Stiller's neurotic ravings have been missed. Plus, as the trailer revealed, Stiller and De Niro will go toe-to-toe in a birthday party brawl. And let's not forget the Hoffman/Streisand power combo. Seeing those two together again will be a hoot.
When You Can See It: December 22" Source: moviesblog.mtv.com
Jessica Alba stills in "Little Fockers" (2010)
Jessica Alba attending "Machete" Los Angeles Premiere on
25th August, 2010Black high heels by Christian LouboutinJessica Alba at a dinner to honor director Quentin Tarantino at the Venice International Film Festival in Italy.Valentino beige shoes. (Jessica wore them in black)
Jessica Alba as Sartana in "Machete" (2010)
Alba said, “I loved all the fight scene stuff I got to do in Machete since I have always had a soft spot for action projects, especially since my adult acting career really began because of Dark Angel. There is one scene in Machete that still was my favorite to film and it involved me killing someone via a stiletto. It was fun because I spend so much time with stilettos on, and I must say it’s far more fun to kill with them than it is to wear them.”
“You always take a leap of faith when you work with directors, but with someone like Robert, he’s always got everyone’s best interests at heart and somehow it ends up making his movies that much stronger. I think you see that passion on screen in anything he’s ever directed,” Alba added. Source: www.dreadcentral.com
Robert Rodriguez and Jessica Alba attend the "Machete" photocall during the 67th Venice Film Festival at the Palazzo del Casino on September 1, 2010 in Venice, Italy.