Mixing a treasure hunt set at an amusement park with a legend about a sea witch, Thrill Ride appeals to all ages and a trailer can be seen below…
Fifty percent of every dollar Thrill Ride makes will go to The Mason Parrish Foundation – which is a 501(c)3 that funds pediatric brain tumor research and provides wheelchair accessible vans for families with children who are suffering from catastrophic illness. The other fifty percent will go toward financing the next family movie for charity so we can hopefully keep funding pediatric brain tumor research and support through independent filmmaking over and over again.
Directed by Chris Parrish,
Spanish supermodel Jon Kortajarena will recur on the ABC thriller’s second season as political operative Felix Cordova, TVLine has confirmed. A senior legislative assistant for the Speaker of the House, Cordova is willing to do anything to be on the right side of history. His first appears in Episode 17, airing in April.
Chopra first touted Kortajarena’s casting on Twitter.
Aside from modeling, Kortajarena has appeared on Skins and the film A Single Man, as well as music videos for Fergie and Madonna.
The 3rd Rock From the Sun alum has signed on for CBS' workplace comedy Real Life, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The project chronicles the relationship of two twentysomethings who go from being co-workers on opposite coasts to working in the same office. Johnston will play Beverly, the loud, confident and fabulous boss at the Los Angeles office.
She joins a cast that also includes Rebecca Rittenhouse (The Mindy Project), Brenda Song (The Social Network) and Lucas Hazlett.
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Despite mounting pressure, the three finalists — India Gants, Tatiana Price and Cory Anne Roberts — managed to maintain their cool during a Paper magazine photo shoot, as well as their last-ever runway walk. … Well, almost everyone.
“I felt like I was doing great, but backstage when everyone’s screaming and yelling — a lot of tension was building up, so I was freaking out,
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However, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences is a large body of voters, and for various reasons too numerous to elaborate on here, they can be subject to all kinds of surprise decisions that lead to unexpected nominees in some categories, as well as snubs in others. Here’s a quick look at a few of them.
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The naughty Ryan Reynolds comic book movie was an unexpected commercial sensation last year that quietly snuck into the awards race, surprising even its fans. However, while the movie landed two Golden
Nothing goes better with popcorn, friends, and a nice glass of wine than a good ol' wedding flick.
Wedding movies are needed in the cinematic world; they may not take our breath away, but you can watch them no matter what time of year it is or what mood you're in because they are the perfect amount of fun, relatable and enjoyable.
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“Octavio” will shoot in and around Toronto between Jan. 22 and Feb. 13. Written and directed by Lee, the film is produced by the Film Farm’s Jennifer Weiss, Simone Urdl and Jamie Manning.
Gadon is also acting as an exec producer on the project. She portrays the daughter of her overbearing mother (Arquette) and enters the rich and strange world of her deceased father (played by Trujillo) — a man she never knew. Sexual identity, the occult, and the power of will versus imagination confront her on the journey. Dimitris Kitsos also stars as Octavio’s student Apostolis.
The film is produced with the participation of Telefilm Canada and the Ontario Media Development Corporation. It’s represented internationally by sales agent WTFilms.
Gadon will be seen in the title role
Several cast members from The View — Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Jedediah Bila and Sara Haines — will appear in an episode of Daytime Divas, VH1’s upcoming drama about the behind-the-scenes shenanigans at a talk show called The Lunch Hour, TVLine has learned exclusively. All four women will play themselves.
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Conceived in 2008 as a bid to broaden awareness for documentary achievements, the Cinema Eyes highlight a dozen categories that range from best director to best cinematography to graphic design. However, while it began as a tonic to the five-nominee limitations that circumscribe the Oscars, the Cinema Eyes have evolved into an idiosyncratic celebration all its own. Although the awards are Wednesday night at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York, the ceremony is now only the culmination of a full week of programming that includes three days of activities.
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But I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that my favorite experiences with film this year were less my most-anticipated than the ones that defied easy description. They weren’t always my favorites but films like The Love Witch, Lemonade, Operation Avalanche, Kate Plays Christine, and Aferim! were welcome reminders of the myriad ways that film could feel strange and new – and in
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