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Taylor Kitsch & Lynn Collins: Alien Celebrity Game!

Taylor Kitsch & Lynn Collins: Alien Celebrity Game!

Taylor Kitsch stops by The Marilyn Denis Show to promote his new movie, John Carter, on Friday (March 9) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

The 30-year-old actor recently sat down with MySpace to play a fun game of Celebrity – alien edition!

Taylor, director Andrew Stanton, and co-stars Lynn Collins and Willem Dafoe each took turns trying to guess and also give out clues about famous aliens.

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12 Comments

# 1

biggest bomb of the year

# 2

If John Carter bombs, it’s not because it’s a bad movie. A terrible marketing campaign and the relentless smear campaign it’s endured in the press for the last six months torpedoed all its chances, but I saw it yesterday and absolutely loved it. My family wants to go see it a second time. Don’t believe the hype.

# 3

Taylor Kitsch appears to be quite a dull boy, and kind of a douche.

# 4

Yeah, I agree with Michelle. Now generally I like Taylor Kitsch…but in this interview he’s coming off quite rude. I realise they have to do endless interviews, and perhaps he was tired or whatever. But the interviewer has a job to perform and I guess he was just trying to mix it up a little, and …well Taylor just seemed like ‘he wasn’t coming to the party’.

# 5

@Ruby: I’ve seen and it IS a bad movie. It’s embarassibgly bad – the only good parts are when there is no one (and that includes the CGI aliens) on the screen. I do accept, however, that some people honestly liked it. Why can’t you (and others like you) accept that many critics didn’t like it and that it was not a smear campaign in the least? – if anything, most critics were pulling their punches. If you read through the Fresh critical opinions, they still often read like Rotten.

Also, JJ, making Kitsch into a famewh*ore who has a post every day is not going to make the movie any better. Quite the opposite.

# 6

@frisbee:

I do accept that some people don’t like sci-fi and therefore didn’t like the movie. However, I don’t know any sci-fi fans who didn’t like it. I mean, it’s obvious some people genuinely didn’t like the film, but it’s also obvious a lot of people never gave it a fighting chance. The smear campaign I’m referring to started months before anyone had ever even seen the trailer. It’s been well-documented in the press.

# 7

@Ruby: It has not been well-documented, it’s just the fans saying it’s a smear campaign when it’s not. I’ve been following the news on the movie for a long time now. Secondly, I’m a sci-fi/fantasy/space opera what have you fan, many of my friends are too, none of us liked the movie. Third, it’s a pulp material that has been made into children-friendly entertainment by Disney, and that’s enough to explain a lot of the supposed ‘hate’, which in all actuality was just well-deserved criticism – Disney worked hard to remove anything remotely ‘unmarketable’ from the movie, and that’s not just the title, and with it removed most of its appeal. And Stanton went along with it (re his ‘princess’ issues), all the while remaining arrogant and dismissive towards all criticism.
I still wanted to like it, so there I was, opening day, and… well, it was a 4/10 at best. Maybe if you’re a tween and the only fantasy you’ve (I mean people in general, not you you) ever seen before was Prince of Persia, then you can like the movie. So hey, maybe there’s still hope for its BO results.
/rant

# 8

@Ruby: too long(because without real story and characters) ,generic movie inspired by STARWARS & AVATAR but epic fights and nice end

# 9

To say there was no smear campaign is just plain wrong.

@carriw: inspired by star wars and avatar? dream on, girl. star wars and avatar were inspired by john carter

Analulu is correct – without John Carter Avatar, Star Wars, and many other sci-fi films would not exist. I have not seen the movie yet but I am looking forward to watching it with my sons. They love big sci-fi fantasy films like this and I admit I do too.

A terrible marketing campaign and the relentless smear campaign it’s endured in the press for the last six months torpedoed all its chances, but I saw it yesterday and absolutely loved it.

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