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Evan falls hard for Louise after arriving in Italy. He doesn't know that much about her, but he's in love with her just the same. The more he discovers about her, though, the more he realizes just how different Louise is from anyone he's known before. Lovecraftian love abounds in Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's Spring, coming out on Blu-ray and DVD as a Best Buy exclusive on June 2nd before hitting other stores on August 11th, and we have the film's home media release details and cover art:
Press Release -- "A young American in a personal tailspin heads to Europe to escape his past and falls for a beautiful woman with a dark and deadly secret in the unique and unforgettable Spring. From Drafthouse Films, FilmBuff and Anchor Bay, the genre-bending horror romance that's been described as a brilliant cross between Before Sunrise and An American Werewolf in London »
- Derek Anderson
Charlize Theron and Sean Penn are quickly becoming one of Hollywood's hottest couples, and now, we're finally learning more about how their relationship began. "We’ve been friends for 20 years," Theron tells Esquire in the cover story for the May issue. "He was married, I was in a long-term relationship, our spouses — not regularly, but we were in each other’s lives." "I think our friendship stemmed from mutual respect — more on my end, because I really didn’t have a body of work 20 years ago, but my love and passion for making films — that was our common ground," she continues. The "Mad Max: Fury Road" star also reveals that she didn't think her romance with the 54-year-old actor would get so serious. "I think that for both of us there was never a moment where we thought that this—what we have today—would ever even be a possibility. »
- tooFab Staff
This week, it was confirmed via People that Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are indeed on a break. While we desperately hope against hope that these two get back together to be adorable and socially conscious forever, let’s look back on some other couples who took a break or two (or three) along the way to eternal happiness, or a fond (maybe not always so fond) farewell.
Justin and Jessica split for a few months in 2011, but after calling her “the most significant person in my life” the two reconciled and are now married with a little TimberBiel on the way!
These two were back on earlier this year after breaking up in 2014, but apparently they’re done again. Who knows if they’ll stay kaput this time?
Last year, the pair called off their engagement, »
- Courtney Enlow
Despite gaining plenty of critical acclaim and taking in a healthy $233 million worldwide in 2011, there hasn't been any movement lately on a sequel to David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The project was based on the first of author Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy books, which were followed by The Girl Who Played with Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest. There has been plenty of talk over the past few years about whether or not The Girl Who Played with Fire would ever move forward, but now we have a new report from The Hollywood Reporter indicating the sequel may very well happen, although without director David Fincher.
The new interest in getting a sequel off the ground comes from the recent announcement that Knopf is publishing a new Millennium series novel entitled Spider's Web, written by David Lagercrantz. While this new entry was »
A story published early this morning by The Hollywood Reporter asks the question, "Will New Dragon Tattoo Book Sequel Become a Moviec", and while I continually hope and pray the franchise isn't totally dead, no matter all the signs pointing to the contrary, I can't help but assume I will never see a sequel to David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, or at least not one made the way I would like it to be -- Fincher back as director, Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig in the lead roles, and a budget and runtime that allow misfit hacker and ward-of-the-state Lisbeth Salander's stories to breathe. Back in February, Mara told E! Online the sequels are likely dead, telling the outlet, "I don't think it's going to happen. I'm sad never to do it again, but it just doesn't seem like it's in the cards." However, recently a »
- Jordan Benesh
Nobody does romance like Nicholas Sparks! Now, the latest adaptation of Sparks’ work is getting the big screen treatment and heading into theatres this Friday.
The Longest Ride tells two parallel tales of love and loss that explore the nature of what it means to sacrifice it all for the one you love. Sophia (Tomorrowland’s Britt Robertson), and Luke (Scott Eastwood) are unlikely lovers whose lives become intertwined with a much older man, Ira (Alan Alda). As he reflects on his long lost love, we see his story of the past unfold through Jack Huston and Oona Chaplin whose romance offers wisdom and insight to the younger couple.
The Longest Ride marks the 10th film adaptation of a Sparks novel. While The Notebook might be the most popular of his page-to-screen adaptations, it was 1999’s Message in a Bottle with Kevin Costner and Robin Wright that began the wave »
- Rachel West
In a surprise to absolutely no one, Variety reports Netflix has renewed its flagship original series "House of Cards" for a fourth season, set to begin production this summer for what I can only assume is a February 2016 all-episodes-at-once release. If you needed further proof, the official "House of Cards" Twitter account tweeted out the photo below, complete with a cryptic hashtag that tells us exactly where this thing is headed, whether or not you're caught up with the third season. The streaming service has been adding more and more shows to its stable -- see Mike's reviews for both "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" (here) and "Bloodline" (here) -- but "House of Cards" remains arguably its most popular series. Over the course of its first two seasons the show has won four Primetime Emmys in various categories as well as one Golden Globe each for both Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, »
- Jordan Benesh
Netflix doesn’t play around with renewing its well-received original shows, and House of Cards is no exception. The streaming video platform has announced the renewal of its hit political drama for a fourth season.
House of Cards stars Golden Globe winners Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright as Frank and Claire Underwood. At the end of the show’s third season (which threw the internet into a tizzy after it accidentally leaked two weeks early on Netflix), Frank had just completed his first term as President of the United States and was up for re-election. Quite fittingly, Netflix will start production on the fourth season of House of Cards in summer 2015, for a 2016 release which could land square in the middle of the real-life U.S. presidential election.
And in another ironic twist of fate, last week a YouTube user by the name of Yeesh Kabob uploaded a mashup video called “Full House of Cards. »
- Bree Brouwer
President Francis Underwood is coming back for another term. In the least surprising move ever, Netflix has renewed its political drama House of Cards for a fourth season. The renewal news broke last night before being confirmed by both Netflix and the series’ showrunner Beau Willimon on Twitter. “I will leave a legacy,” said the show’s official Twitter account, hashtagging “Underwood2016,” while Willimon revealed that even though the news was just coming out now, he and the House of Cards writing staff have been working on Season 4 of the show for months. House of Cards stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright as Frank and Claire Underwood, an ambitious Washington power couple who ascended the political hierarchy to become President of the United States and First Lady at the end of the show’s second season. Season 3 of House of Cards dealt with Frank’s first term as president and the many unexpected… »
- Chris King
Fans may still be reeling from the nail-biting conclusion of season 3, but Netflix has wasted no time in securing the future of The Underwoods and Co., after the streaming service confirmed that House of Cards will return for season 4.
According to Beau Willimon, the creative team has already mapped out the foundations of what this recently-revealed new chapter will herald, one that he has been “secretly writing” now for months. Here’s the moment it became official though, hinting that despite Frank and Claire’s meteoric rise to power, there is still much work to be done.
I will leave a legacy. #Underwood2016pic.twitter.com/lEC49fd7X1
— House of Cards (@HouseofCards) April 2, 2015
Much like previous outings, it’s expected that House of Cards will return for its fourth season in February of 2016, which means that the cast and crew will likely reassemble in Washington’s corridors of power »
- Michael Briers
Netflix has renewed the political drama House of Cards for a fourth season.
The series features Washington DC power couple Frank and Claire Underwood in a no-holds-barred attempt to reach the top of the Us political system. The unscrupulous couple are played by Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright.
I will leave a legacy. #Underwood2016 pic.twitter.com/lEC49fd7X1
Related: Barack Obama's Frank Underwood impression is … not that great
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- Amanda Holpuch in New York
Fans of House of Cards can rejoice in the fact that the Netflix show will receive another season, with the streaming service officially announcing a fourth season of the political drama. House of Cards’ Facebook page shared this image with the caption ‘I will leave a legacy. #Underwood2016‘
House of Cards has received much acclaim including an Emmy win from three nominations and both Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright winning Golden Globes for their roles on the show. Season four will air land on Netflix sometime in 2016, presumably in the early months of the year.
Are you glad to see House of Cards renewed for a fourth season? Let us know…
- Thomas Roach
Netflix has officially renewed its signature political drama "House of Cards" for a fourth season according to an announcement from the streaming service today.
The recent third season was released online several weeks ago and ended in the midst of Frank Underwood's bid for re-election. Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright are expected to return as both Frank and Claire Underwood.
The series is scheduled to go back into production this summer for an early 2016 premiere.
Source: The Live Feed »
- Garth Franklin
It's a good day to be the President of the United States...and no, we're not talking Barack Obama. We mean the evil, scheming, murderous Frank Underwood! Netflix has just renewed the award-winning political drama House of Cards, E! News has confirmed. The drama, starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, will return for season four sometime in 2016. The online streaming site announced the good news on its official Twitter page for the drama. "I will leave a legacy. #Underwood2016," the tweet read. Story developing »
Season four of House of Cards is a go! Netflix has renewed the political drama, starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright. Production will begin again this Summer, and the new season will debut in 2016. It's not a huge shock; House of Cards won three Emmys for its first season, while Wright and Spacey have both won Golden Globes for their roles. Still, nice to hear that Netflix continues to have faith in the critical darling. »
“House of Cards” will return to Netflix for its fourth season along with stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, the streaming TV service announced on Thursday. Production on the new season will begin in summer with a 2016 premiere. Other details about the upcoming chapters are sparse, but viewers can expect to see Frank Underwood’s presidential campaign in full swing. No word on whether Claire will be along for the ride. Also Read: Kevin Spacey: ‘I Drop the F-Bomb Like a Noun’ (Video) “House of Cards” is executive produced by David Fincher, Beau Willimon, Joshua Donen, Eric Roth, Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunetti. »
- L.A. Ross
Looks like there will be two presidential elections next year – one in real life with potentially the likes of Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush and another on the streaming service with incumbent Frank Underwood and whoever dares to get in his way. Having launched the third season of House Of Cards on February 27, Netflix said today that the award-winning drama starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright will be back for a fourth season in 2016. No debut date was given for the… »
Francis Underwood will return for another term. Netflix has renewed political drama House of Cards for a fourth season, the streaming service announced Thursday. The series is set to go back into production this summer for a 2016 premiere. Starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright as Washington power couple Francis and Claire Underwood, the most recent season saw Frank in the midst of his first term as president of the United States. The season ended during his bid for re-election. Read more Broadcast TV Scorecard: Compete Guide to What's New, Renewed and Canceled Although Netflix famously keeps its streaming stats
- Kate Stanhope
The Chanel Metiers d'Art show in NYC on Tuesday night was a who's who of celebrity children. Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis' 15-year-old daughter Lily-Rose Depp made her red carpet debut at the event, accompanying her mother to the show. Clad in a three-piece ensemble with a bold neckpiece and metallic belt, the short-haired beauty looked gorgeous and very fashion-forward. After briefly appearing in the 2014 film "Tusk," Lily-Rose is set to star alongside her famous father in the upcoming Kevin Smith flick "Yoga Hosers." But Depp wasn't the only celeb kid at the event! Phil Collins' actress daughter Lily Collins showed off her tight tummy in a two-piece dress that bared her midriff. While she's reportedly dating "Captain America" himself, Chris Evans, right now, she showed up to the event solo. Sean Penn and Robin Wright's 23-year-old daughter Dylan Penn stunned at the show as well, keeping »
- tooFab Staff
So far the Underwoods seem to be rolling with all punches that Washington (and beyond) can throw at them. However, more so than any time in the previous two series, it is starting to feel as though Frank (Kevin Spacey) and Clare (Robin Wright) are on borrowed time, as the cracks begin to appear in their presidency… and their marriage.
Warning! Spoilers Ahead – You have been warned!
Let’s get straight into it: It’s Russia. Time for Round 2. President vs. President. Underwood vs. Petrov (Lars Mikkelsen). The clash of the superpowers is about to kick-off… or is it? The biggest curveball of this episode is that the central conflict does not stem from Petrov butting heads with Frank, but rather the First Lady, Clare.
But let’s back up for a second. We arrive in Russia with the Underwoods. »
- Jackson Ball
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