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If you want to see Oscar-winning actress Frances McDormand kick teens in the crotch and swear up a storm, then Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri looks like the movie for you. The new movie from Oscar-winning writer/director Martin McDonagh (In Bruges, Seven Psychopaths) dropped its first trailer, and it's the Red Band kind. Actually, it's hard to imagine how they'd even cut a Green Band trailer for this extremely profane movie. Take a @#%*&$# look: When it comes out: Tbd, but sometime this year Who is in it: Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Peter Dinklage, John Hawkes, Abbie Cornish What it is about: McDormand plays a woman infuriated by the fact that the local police haven't found her...
- Christopher Campbell
Stars: Casper Van Dien, Lisa Ciara, Johnny Hawkes, Leah Bateman, John Mack, Jeff Clarke, Bryan Rasmussen, Joe Regalbuto, Tom DeTrinis, Brandy Redd, Eileen Dietz | Written by Larry Bain | Directed by George Erschbamer
When ex-firefighter Scott Nylander (Casper Van Dien) and a group of ecologists approach a silo filled with oil to hang a banner with an eco-message, they suddenly realize they came to the wrong place at the wrong time. There’s a bomb attached which is going to explode in a few seconds! As our heroes are hiding, a mass explosion causes a huge flaming tornado, which starts to destroy everything in its way. It turns out that the silo contained an experimental fuel called Mt-11 crafted by the Synco Company. Scott and his friends are accused of being terrorists that caused the explosion. Chased by Synco mercenaries, they have to stop the fire twister, before it destroys La. »
- Phil Wheat
Tuesday night, the cast of Wgn America’s “Underground” debuted its second season at the Westwood Village Theatre in Los Angeles.
The hourlong series ushered in new cast members like Bokeem Woodbine and Aisha Hinds — who arrived in a custom gown to pay homage to her character, Harriet Tubman — and also introduced twists and turns for the more established characters like Noah, played by Aldis Hodge; Rosalee, who is brought to life by Jurnee Smollett-Bell; Elizabeth, portrayed by Jessica De Gouw; John Hawkes played by Marc Blucas; and Amirah Vann‘s Ernestine.
“I have so much respect for her,” Vann said of her character. “You can’t walk in her shoes for this many months and not feel a little taller, own your truth more, be courageous as a woman, as a black woman. I’m better for her.”
Smollett-Bell also recalled an acting growth spurt saying, “I think it’s the hardest work I’ve ever »
- Ericka Franklin
3 items from 2017
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