"It still isn't over!" Or at least for me it isn't anyway. Even though Rachel McAdams has a new film out right now (Morning Glory), she'll always remind me of The Notebook. If you're like me, you've watched the movie more than a few times, but have you seen McAdams's audition tape? For this week's Buzz Time Machine, I'm digging it up. McAdams is so mesmerizing, it's almost as good as watching the film itself. Take a look!
The cast of Morning Glory swung through NYC last weekend to promote their movie with a junket and star-studded premiere before its release yesterday. Rachel McAdams was a total delight talking about her Christmas wish list and here's the rest of our sit-down interviews with the cast. First up is Harrison Ford, who beyond being one of the most iconic actors in the world, was full of the dry wit for which he is so well known. He chatted about his experiences being fired and the surprising things on his rider. Check out our videos with Harrison, Jeff Goldblum, and Patrick Wilson below!
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Jeff Goldblum reveals his reasons for joining the Morning Glory cast and tells us what it's like to be in charge on camera.
Rachel McAdams swung through NYC last weekend for a busy few days of press for Morning Glory, which is out today — check out Buzz's movie review here. Rachel opened up about figuring out her own work and life balance at Sunday's star-studded premiere, and we also chatted with her at the junket on Saturday. Rachel shared her thoughts on rotating between comedy and drama and her enviable list of leading men, and she even revealed a surprising entry on her holiday wish list. Check out our endearing interview with Rachel!
Rachel McAdams sits down with us to talk about some awkward love scenes and what odd item is on her Christmas gift wish list.
Sometimes all it takes is one actor to get you to the theater to see a movie, and the ever-adorable and talented Rachel McAdams was enough to draw my attention to Morning Glory. I'll tell you right off the bat that McAdams is the best part of the film. Unfortunately that's not saying much, as she and the rest of the stellar cast are wasted on a film that's trying way too hard to be both funny and touching, and it only moderately succeeds at either goal.
McAdams stars as Becky, a 28-year-old producer for a morning news program in New Jersey. Overworked and underpaid, Becky finds herself in a pickle when she thinks she's about to get a major promotion but is fired instead. Packing ambition, an undying love for the news, and the brightest eyes you've ever seen, she heads to New York. Becky's tenacity lands her a job at DayBreak, an ailing morning news program with abysmal ratings, catty anchors, and a revolving door of executive producers. Sounds like a great predictable-but-fun popcorn flick, right? To find out why it doesn't make the cut, just read more