9 items from 2012
In the early part of this century, Lynch spent a lot of time putting together his website David Lynch.com. Embracing the internet and the opportunities his own website afforded him, Lynch would make his own shorts available via this medium as well as the weird sitcom Rabbits and animated series Dumbland. Lynch also branched out into coffee sales as his own brand was launched and available through the website. His next film was an even more polarising and baffling effort than anything he had previously made.
Inland Empire (2006)
Financed completely independently and filmed over a period of two years on new digital HD camera’s Inland Empire was initially a collection of scenes cobbled together from both Lynch’s own website (the Rabbits shorts) and scenes he would film with Laura Dern. Eventually the project started to take on some form of narrative plot and Lynch filmed scenes involving »
- Chris Holt
Christina may have a mega voice, but she also a mega-cute son! 'The Voice' judge and boyfriend Matthew Rutler cheered on X-tina's son, Max Bratman, as he plays soccer with friends. Christina Aguilera, 31, and boyfriend Matthew Rutler took Christina's adorable 4-year-old son Max to play soccer with friends in Studio City, California Oct. 7. Little Max had a big smile on his face as walked hand in hand with his superstar-mom. Boyfriend Matthew tags alongside with the camera! The cute threesome looks totally cool as they spend the Saturday at the park! What do you think HollyMoms? -- Caitlin Miller Read more Christina stories Christina Aguilera Debuts Botticelli-Inspired ‘Lotus’ Album Cover Angelina Jolie V. Christina Aguilera: Who Worked This Sexy Slit Dress Better? Christina Aguilera’s Brave Admission: I’ve Always Been Too Thin [polldaddy poll=6595653] »
- Caitlin Miller
Knights Templar (also known as Night of the Templar) is a strange film; in fact it should not work. It’s a simple slasher wrapped around the legend of the Knights Templar, the plot is simple, the kills themselves are not really imaginative and the acting is for the most part is quite poor (probably down to wafer thin character development). The fact is though I actually found it quite enjoyable.
When one of the Knights Templar is double-crossed by the other knights he swears revenge by returning after “ten lifetimes”. Jump about seven hundred years to get to the present day and a group of people are brought together for a fantasy weekend. It’s not too long before each of the group start to die strangely at »
The seven-year-old star who adorably channeled The Force in a Super Bowl commercial will soon undergo his Eighth open-heart surgery. Little Max Page, who famously dressed in Darth Vader's mask and cape for a 2011 Volkswagen Passat ad will be undergoing open heart surgery on June 14. According to a Today show report, the 7-year-old child actor was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect when he was only 3 months-old, his parents said only hours before Max had to check into the hospital. "He's scared and he's nervous" said his father Buck Page. Because of the surgery -- his eighth! -- Max was disappointed about canceling his summer plans. However, his mom Jennifer Page created a "can-do" list of all the things he'd be able to do during his recovery, such as watching movies and playing Nintendo Wii. And it doesn't end there! He'll also be having a themed house to recover from surgery. »
- Lorraine Chow
The stage is set for retribution as an eclectic group is lured to a secluded European Castle under the guise of a promised "fantasy weekend." And as they read from an obscure storybook, a nefarious tale of avarice is reenacted for their entertainment. However, they are unaware that they have been gathered for their own personal and befitting executions.
In the course of one night, identities will be revealed, destinies met and a poetic justice of the macabre will be maniacally served, as a merciless Knight resurrects after 700 years to fulfill his vow and bestow a blood-thirst reprisal upon his enemies' reanimated spirits.
They had their time... Now it's His! This is Night of the Templar, from actor, writer, and director Paul Sampson, a new blend of action, comedy, horror and mystery that is set to debut at Cannes on Sunday, May 13th. We have the exclusive poster for you to check out, »
A Justified villain is coming to the rural set of Kentucky. The western themed FX series is in its third season now and building up to the finale with a guest star that will not be easily forgettable.
For those unfamiliar with the show, the series star Raylan Givens as played by Timothy Olyphant is described as a a quirky but dedicated U.S. Deputy Marshal who, having committed a justified killing in Florida – he shot a hit man who had drawn a gun on Raylan with the intention of killing him – finds himself re-assigned to a backwater town in Kentucky. Raylan is familiar with the area, having grown-up near by and spent much of his life trying to escape from it. Suffice to say Raylan was not pleased to be transferred there. While adjusting to his new life ghosts from Raylan’s past including former lovers, friends who are now involved in criminal activity, »
- Mina Kelly
Adam Arkin's trading in his "Justified" director's chair for a spot in front of the camera: According to EW, he's guest-starring in two episodes of the FX show this season as Quarles' boss Theo Tonin.
Arkin has directed five episodes of "Justified," including the Season 1 finale. He'll be appearing in episode 311 and the Season 3 finale.
Executive producer Graham Yost tells EW that viewers will get more back story on Quarles and Theo in episode 310.
"Theo saved his life, but in a weird way," Yost says.
He also adds that Arkin will have a unique look for his "Justified" acting debut.
"I don't want to give it away. There is a physical tweak that Adam asked for," he says. "Adam wanted to be distinctive, so when you see it, it's like, Oh wow, that's pretty wild. He's not dressed as a pirate or anything. But he looks cool."
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After directing five episodes of FX’s Justified, including this season’s Dewey Crowe hour (“Holy s—, you mean I had four kidneys?”) and the memorable season 1 finale “Bulletville,” Adam Arkin is ready to step in front of the camera. He’ll guest-star in two episodes later this season as Quarles’ boss Theo Tonin, head of the Detroit Mafia. Look for him in episodes 311 and 313, the latter being the season 3 finale.
In this week’s episode, “The Man Behind the Curtain,” Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) theorized that Theo had banished Quarles (Neal McDonough) to Kentucky because of his penchant for beating up male hustlers. »
- Mandi Bierly
Spoiler Alert! This week’s episode of Justified, “The Man Behind the Curtain” written by Ryan Farley and directed by Peter Werner, found Quarles (Neal McDonough) and Boyd (Walton Goggins) backing opposing candidates for Harlan sheriff, and Quarles and Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) trying to out maneuver one another with the arrival of Sammy Tonin (Max Perlich), the son of Quarles’ boss. Since the episode ended with Quarles finding Gary (William Ragsdale), we’ll give him the edge — for now. As we’ll be doing each week throughout the season, we asked exec producer Graham Yost to take us inside the writers room. »
- Mandi Bierly
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