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Some Hollywood marriages are over within months ... but other relationships don't even make it to the altar. Ok! magazine rounds up 10 broken celebrity engagements: We should probably all send Miley Cyrus a thank-you note for breaking off her engagement to Liam Hemsworth —the pair was planning not one, not two, but three weddings . Kelly Osbourne has broken off two engagements: one with Luke Worrall when she was 25 and he was 20 in 2010, and one with Matthew Mosshart this year. Before Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes dated Chris Klein for three years. But after getting engaged in 2003, they »
- Evann Gastaldo
Start to feel very old, because American Pie celebrates its 15th anniversary this week. The '90s comedy classic was an instant box office hit and helped launch the careers of its leading cast.
Sequels followed, but none of them quite managed to recapture the magic of that glorious first time. There was always something vaguely comforting about American Pie - no matter how bad we had it in school, it was never quite as bad as the experiences of Jim, Oz, Finch and the gang.
To mark American Pie's birthday, Digital Spy has collected 15 of our favourite quotes from the 1999 movie below.
Jim (Jason Biggs)
1. "You realise we're all going to go to college as virgins. They probably have special dorms for people like us."
2. "Guys, uh, what exactly does third base feel like?"
3. "I would like to make an announcement - there is a gorgeous woman masturbating on my bed. »
Though based on a smash-hit jukebox tuner that won four Tonys, Clint Eastwood’s adaptation of “Jersey Boys” can’t properly be described as a full-on musical. It does often hint at becoming one, just as it hints at becoming a “La Bamba”-esque early rock study, a cautionary tale about organized crime, and a sort of “Rashomon”-influenced take on the rise of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. But by the time it hits its first real Broadway-style production number over the closing credits, “Jersey Boys” doesn’t seem to have gotten any closer to deciding what kind of movie it wants to be. Embracing neither the fizzy energy of a Vegas-ready tuner, nor the grit of a warts-and-all biopic, the film nonetheless has its own peculiar charms, and should be able to capitalize on the source material’s enduring popularity for a respectable if modest B.O. »
- Andrew Barker
June 2014. So what does the month of June usually remind one of during this time of year? Well, besides Father’s Day and possible scheduled weddings this sixth month in the calendar year marks the celebrated occasion for the ending of the school semester. Whether students are simply looking forward to their summer vacation or managed to complete a milestone in graduating from said grammar school, middle school, high school or college the month of June is closely identified with the school season coming to a close (unless one can escape the doldrums of a summer school session).
So to mark this auspicious occasion we should take a look at some random films with an educational theme. Hence, “Too Cool for School: Top 10 Random Films Making the Grade” will briefly examine a selection of higher education ditties that taught us something (or perhaps nothing) during our heyday of cramming for tests. »
- Frank Ochieng
Out of the Burning Blue and Julia to be sold by La-based outfit at Cannes.
La-based Archstone Distributon has lined up two new titles for sale at Cannes and will be commencing talks on Out of the Burning Blue and Julia.
Klein plays an American pilot who along with a female German-speaking interpreter ventures into the Arabian desert to extract a downed German pilot with top secret information.
Noir thriller Julia screens three times in the market and is styled as a revenge story about a traumatised woman who resorts to an unusual form of therapy.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
Brick Mansions, 2014.
Directed by Camille Delamarre.
An undercover Detroit cop navigates a dangerous neighborhood that’s surrounded by a containment wall with the help of an ex-con in order to bring down a crime lord and his plot to devastate the entire city.
Dancing on someone’s grave is never fun nor is it the sport of kings. Paul Walker was an actor whose meteoric rise to stardom was somewhat surprising. He was that good looking, clean cut California dude that was perfectly suited to play the heel in movies like Pleasantville or She’s All That. His ascension to marquee idol was a little less convincing. He always struck me as a low rent Keanu Reeves. Charming enough, good looking enough, but nobody you’d ever think of as a master thespian. He found big screen success »
- Anghus Houvouras
To mark the release of Franklin and Bash Season 2 on DVD 28th April, we’ve been given 5 copies of the TV show to give away.
The boys are back to rip the law a new one in the hit buddy legal drama Franklin & Bash: The Complete Second Season,coming to DVD on April 28 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Breckin Meyer (Clueless, Road Trip) and Mark-Paul Gosselaar (TV’s “NYPD Blue” & “Saved by the Bell”) return as Jared Franklin and Peter Bash, two streetwise lawyers and lifelong friends who cause a seismic culture clash when they join the button-down law firm of Ineld-Daniels, presided over by the eccentric Stanton Infeld (Malcolm McDowell, A Clockwork Orange, Easy A). In season two, the stakes are raised as Jared and Peter face a number of truly daunting tasks to ensure partner status at Infeld-Daniels and discover the real reason Infeld hired them.
Co-starring Reed Diamond »
DVD Release Date: June 17, 2014
Price: DVD $24.98
Studio: Screen Media
A dysfunctional writers’ group melts down when their newest member finds overnight success in the 2014 film comedy Authors Anonymous.
After a group of unpublished writers with the motto “all for one” accept in Hannah Rinaldi (Kaley Cuoco, TV’s Big Bang Theory), the last thing they expect is her overnight success—but that’s exactly what they get. While her career takes off with a book and movie deal, her eccentric and envious colleagues struggle to find their own paths to publishing fame and fortune.
Authors Anonymous will pop up in a U.S. theater or two on April 18 prior to its DVD premiere in June. »
Lonergan said Tuesday that Cera, whose credits include Arrested Development, Juno and Superbad, and Culkin, of Igby Goes Down and Cider House Rules, will bring the play to Broadway in the fall after a stop this summer at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company. All three will be making their Broadway debuts.
The woman in the middle of the pair will be played by Tavi Gevinson, »
- Associated Press
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting has the write stuff. In the upcoming comedy Authors Anonymous, she plays a new member of a writing group who becomes an overnight success after her novel is published. And only we have the first look at the movie's new poster. The one-sheet features The Big Bang Theory star looking bookish hot with her long blond hair down, in a simple button up top and large eyeglasses. Co-star Chris Klein is behind her looking pretty hot himself. He's giving off a Clark Kent vibe with his hair short and parted to the side. He's also wearing glasses and a plaid shirt over a t-shirt. Rounding out the cast are Mean Girls actor Jonathan Bennett, The Fosters' Teri Polo, »
• John Goodman (Inside Llewyn Davis) has reportedly joined the cast of The Gambler. The veteran actor joins Mark Wahlberg, Brie Larson, and Jessica Lange in the Rupert Wyatt-directed remake of the 1974 James Caan pic that was loosely inspired by a Dostoyevsky novella. William Monahan, who won an Oscar for The Departed, wrote the script. According to the report, Goodman will play a loan shark in the film which likely won’t hit theaters till 2015. In addition to his role in the Coen brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis, Goodman can be seen next in George Clooney’s The Monuments Men, out Feb. »
- Lindsey Bahr
“American Pie” star Chris Klein, Victoria Summer (Transformers: Age of Extinction”) and well-known German actor Werner Daehn (“Valkyrie”) are set to star in “The Uberkanone,” a psychological thriller that marks the feature directorial debut of Damien Lay, TheWrap has learned. The indie movie stars Klein as an American pilot flying for the French under the Associated Powers during Wwi. He’s sent to the Arabian Desert to recover a downed German pilot (Daehn) and the top-secret information he’s carrying. Accompanying him is an inexperienced English nurse and German translator (Summer). All three are thrust into a web of lies and deceit that. »
- Jeff Sneider
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