03-29-10: MTV Movie Awards Voting, Paris/Berlin Pics

Now is YOUR chance to determine the nominees for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards and get Gerard nominated in ALL categories (except maybe the actress categories, but this is the MTV Movie Awards, so stranger things have happened :D ). How To Train Your Dragon, Gamer, The Ugly Truth, Law Abiding Citizen and The Bounty Hunter are ALL eligible for this years awards.  Some categories tailor made for Gerard Butler movies include Best WTF Moment (the judge in Law Abiding Citizen), Best Villian (Law Abiding Citizen), Best Male Performance (pick any film) and, of course, GLOBAL SUPERSTAR!

So register with the MTV site today, use your Facebook and Twitter to spread the word and secure some nominations for Gerry!!  Voting for the nominees ends APRIL 9, so cast your votes today!!

GALLERY ADDITIONS

Gallery additions for The Bounty Hunter Berlin Photocall,  The Bounty Hunter Paris Premiere and The Bounty Hunter Berlin Premiere are now available.


Many thanks to moodybluz1112 for her fan pics from GMA and The Bounty Hunter NYC premiere.

NEW YORK POST VIDEO FROM THE COMEDY CELLAR
The Post’s Mandy Stadtmiller talks to “The Bounty Hunter” star after defending his BFF Godfrey onstage.

THE BOUNTY HUNTER PREVIEW IN PARIS

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON PRESS JUNKET VIDEO

Gerard sends a get well message to an injured friend:

How to Train Your Dragon took the NUMBER ONE spot at the box office this weekend!!  Read more…

Check out the fan reviews from FanReviews on YouTube below:

AND FINALLY….Gerard talks about Machine Gun Preacher (read more…):

09-04-08: Early RockNRolla Reviews from TIFF!

The early reviews have started coming in from the Toronto International Film Festival.  Excerpts of some of them are below:

From Variety: Gerard Butler emerges as first among equals in an impressive ensemble cast as One Two, a small-time hustler hoping to become a big-time entrepreneur by entering the booming London real-estate market. Read more…

From The Hollywood Reporter: First the good news: Guy Ritchie is back. Then the even better news: Guy Ritchie is back with his most accessible and enjoyable film yet in “RocknRolla.” Read more…

From the New York Post: I’ll say that Gerard Butler, never one of my favorite, reveals a hitherto unsuspected talent for comedy as a hapless criminal who gets involved in a series of double-crosses. Read more…

For more, visit our RockNRolla review press section.

Early photos are in from TIFF.  These are from the RockNRolla Photo Call.

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