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Three new Hollywood films to be premiered

07-04-2011 09:17 BJT

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Hollywood superstars have been out promoting their latest films. Let's take a look at three of Tinsel Town's latest works. The new films star Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, and Jennifer Aniston.

Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts stopped traffic on Hollywood Boulevard on Monday night for the premiere of their latest film "Larry Crowne" which goes on world-wide release beginning on Friday.

Hanks is not just the lead character, but he also directed, produced and co-wrote the film.

"Larry Crowne" narrates the mid-life crisis of a Navy veteran who is fired from his job. Crowne, played by Hanks, decides to turn his life around by attending community college, where he falls in love with his professor, played by Roberts.

Tom Hanks said, " 'Larry Crowne' is a man who did everything right, and because of that by the end of the movie he can say, 'The best thing that ever happened to me was getting fired and losing my job and losing my house.' He is a - Larry Crowne is a man who has to force himself to fight cynicism, which is very hard to do sometimes in this world. Cynicism pays off you know, cynicism is easy and it's cheap and it's entertaining. He's lost everything, one day he goes into work and they say 'Hey you, we're letting you go, nothing personal but you're fired.' And what does he do after that? He tries to do the right thing."

Actor Kevin James continues his streak of lovable, funny characters in the new comedy "Zookeeper."

In the film, a group of zoo animals decide to break their code of silence in order to keep their favorite zookeeper, played by James, from leaving his job to find love. The talking animals begin to teach James how to win the girl of his dreams, played by Leslie Bibb.

"Zookeeper"'s worldwide release begins in Iceland next Wednesday.

There will be another film debut next Friday. Comedy "Horrible Bosses" stars Jennifer Aniston as Dr. Julia Harris, a dentist who sexually harasses her assistant, played by actor Charlie Day.

The role in "Horrible Bosses" is a departure for Aniston who uses risque language and dons some very skimpy outfits in the film.

It debuts in the U.S., Canada and Lithuania theaters on July the 8th.



Editor:Liu Fang |Source: CNTV.CN

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