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The aggressive James Deen you see in porn is just an act ... according to his friends, but he believes that on camera image is what led to him being accused of rape. Deen -- one of the most famous male porn stars -- has been accused of sexual assault by at least two porn stars. One of them is his ex-girlfriend, Stoya, who says it happened off camera. Our sources say Deen finds the on »
- TMZ Staff
James Deen is subject of more troubling allegations from a third female porn actress in wake of his ex-girlfriend, Stoya, claiming he raped her. A second woman — also an adult film star — came forward with sexual assault claims on Monday, along with porn actress Ashley Fires, who told The Daily Beast he “almost raped” her. “The reason I put him on my ‘no list’ was because he almost raped me,” said Fires. “The only time I’d ever seen this guy, he walked into the green room at Kink , picks up Jessie Cox like a caveman, grabs her by the. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Porn star James Deen has been accused of sexually assaulting a second female colleague just days after he was accused of raping his ex-girlfriend, Stoya. Adult film actress Tori Lux penned an essay for the Daily Beast on Monday, in which she recounted a June 2011 alleged incident, when she says Deen “ruthlessly attacked and degraded” her, “leaving me with mental wounds that took years to heal.” “I hadn’t even had time to dress myself when (Deen) said, with a smirk on his face, ‘Tori Lux, would you like to sniff my testicles?'” the actress recalled in her graphic essay. »
- Tony Maglio
While a movie about James Dean starring Robert Pattinson didn't quite take off the way one would think, "Life" is nonetheless an intriguing proposition with Anton Corbijn ("The American," "Control") behind the camera, and Dane DeHaan playing the tragic cinematic icon. This isn't a movie about his death, but rather the specific moment in Dean's life that made him a legend in images. Read More: Over 30 New Images & An International Poster For 'Life' Starring Robert Pattinson & Dane DeHaan Written by Luke Davies ("Candy"), the movie chronicles the relationship between Dean and Life photographer, Dennis Stock, who manages to break through to the ephemeral star and capture the aura that would make him beloved by millions. The movie itself is a bit mixed (here's our review) but you can see for yourself when it opens on December 4th. Watch a new international trailer and clip below. [Life The Movie] »
- Kevin Jagernauth
On Demand DVD New Releases Nov. 30-Dec. 6 Amy (pictured below) This deeply moving portrait of six-time Grammy winner Amy Winehouse uses powerful firsthand footage to bring Amy’s story to life, showcasing both her incredible talent and her tragic demise. (R, 2:08) 12/1 Huevos: Little Rooster’s Egg-cellent Adventure When his home is threatened by an evil rancher, a little rooster comes to the rescue in this animated feature. Voices of Zachary Gordon, Amber Montana (PG, 1:30) 12/1 Life Inspired by the true story of photographer Dennis Stock and Hollywood’s James Dean, a rebel actor on the verge of stardom, whose … Continue reading →
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- Meredith Ennis
To delve into a familiar, well-known narrative from a unique, outside perspective is becoming something of a popular trend in contemporary cinema. Whether that be the tale of James Dean through the eyes of Dennis Stock in Life, or that of Lance Armstrong – told through journalist David Walsh in The Program. It’s that notion
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- Stefan Pape
Updated at 10 p.m. Pt with Twitter reaction from James Deen. Deen responded to the accusations via Twitter Sunday night by saying: “There have been some egregious claims made against me on social media. I want to assure my friends, fans and colleagues that these allegations are both false and defamatory “I respect women and I know and respect limits both professionally and privately.” Previously: Porn superstar James Deen has been accused of rape by his ex-girlfriend in a string of inflammatory tweets. Stoya, who is also an X-rated actress, dated Deen in 2013 and claims that he held her down and sexually assaulted her, »
- Debbie Emery
James Deen, the adult film star who romped with Lindsay Lohan in the 2013 movie “The Canyons,” apparently confused real life with his art. Ex-girlfriend and adult actress “Stoya,” accused him of rape in a series of shocking Tweets yesterday. Coincidentally, she revealed in a separate post that she has a new book coming out this month, titled “Coming Out Like a Porn Star.” ...Read More »
- TheImproper Staff
Ever since I saw the first clip of Life, I've been overwhelmingly curious about the film. Photojournalist Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) wants to capture a young, unknown James Dean (Dane DeHaan) on camera for Life magazine, but no one believes that this guy will be a star one day. Of course, we know how the story ends, but the fun is in getting there. The retro vibe reminds me of another DeHaan film, Kill Your Darlings, but, of course, with less murder and no Daniel Radcliffe in sight. As the trailer goes on, James helps Dennis realize that the story he's making really isn't about James; it's about Dennis. (Ah, full circle!) The movie will be released in theaters and on iTunes on Dec. 4. Here's the original trailer: »
- Maggie Pehanick
Life Movie Trailer & Movie Poster. Anton Corbijn‘s Life (2015) movie trailer stars Dane DeHaan, Robert Pattinson and Joel Edgerton. Life‘s plot synopsis: “A photographer for Life Magazine is assigned to shoot pictures of James Dean.” According to FirstShowing, “‘I lose myself in my roles, I don’t want to lose myself in all this other stuff!’ Time to revisit the past. […] »
- Marco Margaritoff
"I lose myself in my roles, I don't want to lose myself in all this other stuff!" Time to revisit the past. A brand new official Us trailer has arrived for Anton Corbijn's film Life, a drama starring Robert Pattinson as photographer Dennis Stock, and Dane DeHaan as his subject, soon-to-be-an-icon actor James Dean. The story follows Stock who strikes up a friendship with Dean while photographing him. The travel around the country, and Dean learns what it's like to be famous. I am not a fan of this film at all (my review), the performances aren't even that great; I recommend staying away. But if this captures your interest, enjoy it. Here's the newest Us trailer for Anton Corbijn's Life, originally found via Collider: Corbijn's follow-up to A Most Wanted Man, Life captures the nuances and complexities of the relationship between photographer and subject in a way »
- Alex Billington
Despite so few films in his résumé before an untimely death, James Dean was immortalized as one of Hollywood’s most iconic actors, and this December will bring another look at a more intimate aspect of his life. As scripted by Luke Davies and directed by Anton Corbijn, Life centers on the relationship between Dean (Dane DeHaan) and Life Magazine‘s Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson), the latter of whom had been tasked with capturing the up-and-coming actor less than a year before his rise to stardom and tragic death.
We said in our review from Berlin, “Corbijn has successfully offset script weaknesses with striking aesthetics in the past, but this time his characteristic visual flair is surprisingly lacking. Conventionally shot — and with props and production design much too pristine to appear genuine — Life has the look of a period piece made for television (in fact, TV series such as Mad »
- Leonard Pearce
Jean-Paul Belmondo defined French cool at the beginning of the New Wave in Jean-Luc Godard’s 1960 classic “Breathless.” Actor Alain Delon and director Jean-Pierre Melville very consciously redefined it in 1967’s “Le Samourai,” in which Delon played a killer for hire always adjusting his fedora so it was just so. The actor was compared to James Dean.
But it was the hotly charismatic Belmondo who was more like Dean, who had been given to emotional outbursts in his performances. Delon was not only cool, he could also be cold.
Back when Delon was just starting out, he encountered David O. Selznick, perhaps while Selznick was shooting 1957’s “A Farewell to Arms” in Italy, or perhaps at Cannes. The producer offered him a contract provided that the nascent actor learn English, but Delon demurred.
His rejection of Hollywood helps explain why it may be hard for Americans to appreciate the extent »
- Carmel Dagan
As you catch up on the best films of the year’s first 10 months, know that there’s still a great number of features worth seeking out as we near the end of 2015. November brings promising animated offerings, top-notch documentaries, the latest entry into a certain long-running spy franchise, my favorite film of the year, and more. Check out the list below and let us know what you’re most looking forward to.
Matinees to See: Theeb (11/6), The Hallow (11/6), Democrats (11/18), The Night Before (11/20), The Secret in Their Eyes (11/20), Very Semi-Serious (11/20), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (11/20), Killing Them Safely (11/27), The Danish Girl (11/27), Janis: Little Girl Blue (11/27)
Synopsis: Snoopy embarks upon his greatest mission as he and his team take to the skies to pursue their arch-nemesis, while his best pal Charlie Brown begins his own epic quest back home.
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- Jordan Raup
As evidenced by his roles in “Sons of Anarchy” and “True Detective,” Timothy Murphy has built a career playing the villain. But in person, the actor’s charming smile, steely eyes and Irish accent couldn’t be less threatening. In fact, they’re a better fit for Father Ruskin, the at-least-sort-of good guy Murphy gets to play in FX’s new series “The Bastard Executioner.”
How does Father Ruskin compare to your prior roles?
Initially it didn’t seem like it was similar at all, because he is a priest. But there are no good guys. This guy is a priest, but he’s a priest with a past.
What was your first acting job?
I was living in Florida and dating this girl who worked at a casting agency. But I wasn’t an actor — I was working in construction. She told me they were looking for a James Dean »
- Seth Kelley
He's back and he's funnier than ever. The mischievous, cagey entertainer William Claude Dukenfield starred in some of the best comedies ever. This five-disc DVD set contains eighteen of his best, all the way from Million Dollar Legs in 1932 to Never Give a Sucker an Even Break in 1941. And we get to see all sides of W.C's talent -- he was a top-rank juggler, of just about anything. W.C. Fields Comedy Essentials Collection DVD Universal Studios Home Entertainment 1932-1941 / B&W / 1:37 Academy 1316 minutes (21 hours, 46 min) Street Date October 13, 2015 / 99.98 Starring Larson E. Whipsnade, T. Frothinghill Bellows, Egbert Sousé, Eustace P. McGargle, Harold Bissonette, Professor Quail, Augustus Winterbottom, Mr. Stubbins, Sam Bisbee, Ambrose Wolfinger, Cuthbert J. Twillie, Humpty-Dumpty. Written by Charles Bogle, Mahatma Kane Jeeves, Otis Criblecoblis
Reviewed by Glenn Erickson
In the late 1960s there were these things called Head Shops, see, where various hippie consumer goods were sold. »
- Glenn Erickson
After starring in erotic cinematic offerings such as “My Sister’s First Anal,” “Gangbang Me” and “Wet Asses 2,” adult film star James Deen is taking a whack at mainstream success. In the last couple of years, the man known as the “hung porn star next door” — thanks to his boyish good looks and enormous … heart — has been able to do what few pornographers have: move into a more upstanding neighborhood. He just finished shooting a new TV pilot. A documentary about his life has already been picked up by Showtime and is scheduled to air sometime next year. His swelling. »
- Itay Hod
Every day, more and more films are added to the various streaming services out there, ranging from Netflix to YouTube, and are hitting the airwaves via movie-centric networks like TCM. Therefore, sifting through all of these pictures can be a tedious and often times confounding or difficult ordeal. But, that’s why we’re here. Every week, Joshua brings you five films to put at the top of your queue, add to your playlist, or grab off of VOD to make your weekend a little more eventful. Here is this week’s top five, in this week’s Armchair Vacation.
5. The Overnight (VOD)
I’m just going to come out and say, modern comedy more often than not does not do it for me. With most modern comedy pictures taking the route of least resistance, offering up exponentially more cheap, dim witted gags than anything resembling an actual joke or rewarding sketch bit, »
- Joshua Brunsting
This week marks the 25th anniversary of Beverly Hills, 90210, which debuted on October 4th, 1990 on the then-fledgling Fox network. A primetime soap opera aimed specifically at teens, it ostensibly chronicled twins Brandon (Jason Priestly) and Brenda (Shannon Doherty) Walsh and their family as they adjusted to life in posh Beverly Hills after relocating from suburban Minneapolis. But even from the beginning (and well after Brenda and Brandon both became well-entrenched amongst their peers), it was also as focused on addressing topical issues as it was the tumultuous and ever-changing relationships of its main characters (to varying degrees of success and subtlety). Over the course of the show’s 10 year run (it went off the air in May 2000), characters got together and broke up and made up and got back together again, and the show tackled everything from divorce to alcoholism, AIDS, adoption, eating disorders, rape, domestic abuse, infidelity, drug usage on multiple levels, »
- Austin Gorton
The Flickering Myth Podcast gets their asses to Mars….
Scott J. Davis and Rohan Morbey are back to sit down and discuss two of the biggest movies out this week: Ridley Scott’s The Martian, starring Matt Damon, and Anton Corbijn’s Life, starring Dane DeHaan and Robert Pattinson.
The Martian looks set to take the box-office by storm this weekend in both the Us and UK, but is it worth the trip into space? And what did our dynamic duo think of the semi-biopic on James Dean in Life?
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See Also: Read out review of The Martian here
See Also: Read out review of Life here »
- Scott J. Davis
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