The Weekly Ketchup: "Pirates 3" Trailer, Natalie Portman In The Buff, "300" Sequel Talk, And More!

by | March 23, 2007 | Comments

In this week’s Ketchup, the first trailer for "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End" appears on RT, Natalie Portman delights many by showing her stuff in "Goya’s Ghosts," and Emma Watson fuels speculation about her status in the next "Harry Potter" films.

Also, Frank Miller has his sights set on a "300" sequel, and "Grindhouse" may be to gruesome for the good folks at the MPAA. Read on.

This Week’s Most Popular News:

"Pirates 3" Trailer is Here!

If you missed it during "Dancing with the Stars" and you didn’t bother trolling through Yahoo! around midnight last night, you needn’t worry. The brand-new (and very stellar) trailer for "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End" is now ready for consumption.

Natalie Portman "Goya’s Ghosts" Nude Scene Clips Online

You dreamt that this day would come. The rumor mill offered it up only to snatch it right back so cruelly last summer. But now they’re back — those Natalie Portman nude scene rumors, that is. This time, with clips!!

Is Emma Watson Planning to Dump "Harry Potter"?

Over the course of one news report, the info goes from "Emma Watson will NOT star in the final pair of Potter flicks" to "Well, actually, we don’t know for sure." Sounds like it’s contract renegotiation time, kiddies!

Frank Miller Prepping a "300" Sequel After "Sin City 2"?

When a movie comes out with no stars and a hard R rating, and STILL explodes at the box office, you just know you can expect some sequel talk. And while details are very sketchy at this point, Variety states that Frank Miller wants to mount a "300" sequel.

NC-17 Rating for "Grindhouse"? (Grisly Semi-Spoilers Within)

Consider these seven words describing a scene in "Grindhouse:" "Grossly obese man chewing on a baby." Yeah, so is it any wonder rumors claim the grungy Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez double feature is heading towards an NC-17?

Testing the MPAA’s nerves.

In Other News:

  • Russell Crowe will make his directorial debut on "Bra Boys," a drama based on the documentary of the same name about the underground surfer culture in Australia, on which Crowe served as narrator.
  • Finally, Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American distribution rights to "Youth Without Youth," a drama based on the novel by Romanian author Mircea Eliade. The film marks Francis Ford Coppola‘s return to the director’s chair after a decade-long layoff.

Can their next film gross $1.84B worldwide?

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