Camilla Belle, who co-stars with Skylar Astin and Chad Michael Murray in the new romantic comedy Cavemen, was raised in Los Angeles, a city that is blessed with cultural diversity. Those layers extend to her own life, as Belle is also fluent in Portuguese and Spanish. It’s an advantage that has already given her an [...]
Dedication and preparation for a role comes in many forms for an actor, and for Lucy Fry part of that research including learning an English accent for Lissa Dragomir, her character in Vampire Academy.
The film, co-starring Zooey Deutch and Dominic Sherwood, is based on Richelle Mead’s popular novel, and before shooting [...]
Lizzie Borden Took An Ax, starring Christina Ricci in the titular role, hits DVD and Digital April 8 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The picture, directed by The Sopranos and Laws of Gravity filmmaker Nick Gomez, also stars Clea DuVall as Borden’s sister and Billy Campbell (TV’s Helix) as the accused murderer’s lawyer.
The film, [...]
If you’ve seen JCVD or such underrated actions flicks as Sudden Death and , you know that Jean-Claude Van Damme doesn’t mind hamming it up. He gets to chew his share of scenery (and I mean that in a good way) in director Peter Hyams’ rousing action flick Enemies Closer.
Van Damme, who previous worked [...]
Joel Kinnaman, best known for his acclaimed run on the TV series The Killing, had the daunting task of wearing a technology driven suit for the lead role in RoboCop (he plays the human/half robot Alex Murphy in the film).
“The suit became one of the first seeds that led my imagination into the [...]
Greg Kinnear (As Good As It Gets, The Matador) is back on television with Rake, a series based on the successful Australian comedy that was created by Peter Duncan. For the American version, Duncan is collaborating with Rescue Me co-creator Peter Tolan, and the series premieres tonight on FOX (9 pm et/pt).
Kinnear stars as [...]
Opening February 7, The Monuments Men, centers on a motley crew of artists, curators, and art historians who risked their lives to rescue valuable pieces of art that was confiscated by the Nazis. Directed by and starring George Clooney, the picture, according to Clooney, is inspired by the character driven and viscerally thrilling works of [...]
Thanks to such films as Spring Breakers and The Frozen Ground, Vanessa Hudgens has proven that she is willing to create characters that aren’t just shaped from a two dimensional, popcorn driven film.
Gimme Shelter continues with that creative aesthetic, as Hudgens plays Apple, a teenage runaway who finds comfort and a sense of [...]
After last season’s literally explosive finale to The Following, there were serious question marks on how the show could top the unrelenting doom that pervaded through all the episodes. Last night’s preview episode of season two also had the onus of “following” the terrific (and eventually bitter) matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the [...]
Alfonso Cuaron’s 91-minute masterwork Gravity topped last night’s Critics’ Choice Movie Awards with seven wins, with American Hustle coming in second with four awards.
The big winner, at least from the worn out Starbucks stool I’m currently sitting on, is 12 Years a Slave, as it was named Best Picture. In an honor which [...]