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New Images From 'Les Misérables,' 'The Impossible,' 'Paranormal Activity 4' & More

The Playlist By Benjamin Wright | The Playlist August 31, 2012 at 6:13PM

In case you’re anxiously awaiting the Tom Hooper-helmed feature adaptation of “Les Misérables,” a new photo has dropped showing a rather angry looking Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) getting a little rough with Fantine (Anne Hathaway) – who looks eerily reminicient of a similarly balding Natalie Portman in “V For Vendetta.” Anyways, “Les Miserables” follows ex-prisoner Jean Valjean, who is ruthlessly hunted by policeman Javert (Russell Crowe) after he breaks parole. Valjean agrees to care for the factory worker Fantine’s young daughter, Cosette (Amanda Seyfried) – and oh, did we mention there is a TON of singing? The film drops just in time for the holidays on December 14th, and we’re interested to see if Hooper can bring this sweeping musical to the cinematic landscape successfully.
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While “The Impossible” looks to bring some real terror to theaters, Paramount is banking that more people want to see shoddy camerawork and cheap atmospherics in their latest 'Paranormal Activity' outing, “P4r4norm4l 4ctivity 4,” aka “Paranormal Activity 4.” Without context, we’d assume this teenaged girl is getting a little pervy on her computer late at night – while her younger brother seems to be watching it all happen from the doorway. But knowing the franchise (*SPOILERS FOR ALL “PARANORMAL ACTIVITY” MOVIES AHEAD*), we assume it’s some demon spawn who’s haunted her entire family for ages and is now looking to make loud noises and throw things around in the middle of the night. “P4r4norm4l 4ctivity 4” is set to haunt theaters on October 19th, and here’s to hoping that demonic spirits are the only ones seeing this and laughing at how us silly humans get it all wrong. [Yahoo]

This article is related to: Libertador , Les Miserables, Paranormal Activity 4, The Impossible

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