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Not every TV series ensemble actor has been as lucky as Bryan Cranston.
Actors can spend years as important cogs in a successful ensemble series, and then find themselves jobless after season upon season of security. For every Cranston, there are hundreds of actors who slip into obscurity or unemployment once their long-running series are over.
“It’s all about doing something that terrifies me a little bit and is completely different from myself,” Paul says. “I’m having so much fun doing this action film, but I think after this »
- Susan Young
As the old saying goes, "All good things come to an end." Right now Hollywood studios are doing very well for themselves. They are making big budget films that are paying off for them in spades. People are making a lot of money. Marvel is a perfect example of this with films like The Avengers and Iron Man 3. It doesn't hurt the studios to charge people more money to see their movies either. It seems like the are already forcing us to pay an extra $5 to see their movies in 3D and if you want to see the film in IMAX, well it's another extra $5. It's crazy that I find myself paying $21.50 to see a movie sometimes these days. It's kind of sad, especially since the economy isn't really getting any better.
- Joey Paur
Miley Cyrus sets the record straight - Et Rihanna gets censored in Dublin - HuffPost Celebrity LeAnn Rimes's new album does poorly - Us Weekly Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici have a date night - People Paris Hilton is making a comeback - The Daily Beast Will Rob Lowe make a convincing JFK? - Lainey Gossip A surprising kiss on the set of Captain America - BuzzFeed Henry Cavill is headed to Shanghai - The Hollywood Reporter Taylor Kitsch goes blond - TooFab Will Man of Steel take over the box office? - Rotten Tomatoes Rita Ora may be the next Material Girl - Wonderwall Karolina Kurkova makes a brave choice - The Frisky Eddie Murphy's daughter makes a surprising claim about models - Celebitchy »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Is blonde the new normal for Taylor Kitsch? The former Friday Night Lights actor turned heads while filming The Normal Heart in New York City's Soho neighborhood on Tuesday, June 11, sporting a head of platinum blonde hair. The usually-brunette actor was also dressed to the nines in a dress shirt, red suspenders, and a tie for the film. In the Ryan Murphy-helmed flick, Kitsch, 32, plays Bruce Niles, a gay activist who becomes elected the president of an organization raising awareness of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in [...] »
Tim Riggins, what have you done?!"Friday Night Lights" star Taylor Kitsch was sporting a brand new 'do on the set of his new movie the other day -- and he's gone blonde!The actor, who had long brunette hair on the NBC football show and buzzed it for his role in "Battleship," showed off his peroxide-tinted head of hair while filming "The Normal Heart" in NYC on Tuesday.The flick centers on the HIV-aids crisis in New York during the '80s, which explains the actor's "American Psycho"-eqsue ensemble.What do you think of his new look? Vote in the gallery above. Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Stephen Amell awkwardly posing at the Monte Carlo TV Festival’s … basement?
Mike Huckabee Sad He Has To See Gays on TV. The feeling’s mutual, dillweed.
This is not the way to introduce a story about a Pride parade.
I’m Personally Sending the Westboro Baptist Church to Hell.
Photos: The Spirit of Boston pride, including Jason Collins.
Betty Bowers asks “Is This A Christian Nation?”
Below you can see the latest trailer for The Wolverine, which focuses on the ladies in his life.
French Olympic swimmers pose as ‘imaginary couple’ in anti-homophobia campaign.
Via NewNowNext comes the latest “Uncommon Lipsync” from Jinkx Monsoon. This time she (and Jerick) take on “The Typewriter. »
If you are anything like the staffers of Vulture, then the above headline will cause you some minor distress. No, you might think to yourself, Tim Riggins is not blond. Tim Riggins does not wear tweed. Tim Riggins is still in Texas. But be brave, Panther fans, and dare to actually look at the photos – taken on the set of The Normal Heart, Ryan Murphy’s adaptation of the Larry Kramer novel about the AIDS crisis in New York City – because Taylor Kitsch looks so happy as a blond. He’s grinning! And learning about photography! What more could you want for Riggins? »
- Amanda Dobbins
Kanye West responds to cheating allegations - Et Online Katie Couric's hilarious Freudian slip with Henry Cavill - HuffPost Celebrity What ex Carson Daly thinks of Jennifer Love Hewitt's engagement - Us Weekly January Jones gets bangs - People Does Kate Middleton have an early due date? - The Daily Beast You might not recognize Taylor Kitsch - Lainey Gossip Will Smith embarrasses son Jaden on live TV - BuzzFeed Miley Cyrus clears up rumors about Justin Bieber - JustJared Kate Upton's topless body-paint pictures - Hollywood Tuna See Mariah Carey in The Butler - Pink Is the New Blog Will Charlie Sheen take a Teen Mom under his wing? - The Superficial »
- Meghan Rooney
"Friday Night Lights" may have ended before its time, but fans were transported right back to Dillion this weekend at the Atx Television Festival in Austin, Texas, which played host to a cast reunion that brought stars Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton back together to reminisce about the show's stellar run.
Joining Chandler and Britton (Coach and Mrs. Coach) on the panel were Gaius Charles (Brian "Smash" Williams), Brad Leland (Buddy Garrity), Louanne Stephens (Grandma Lorraine Saracen), Matt Lauria (Luke Cafferty), Scott Porter (Jason Street) and writer/producer David Hudgins.
Chandler and Britton's appearance at the festival was kept secret from fans until they emerged on stage, and their arrival was met with teary eyes, full hearts and a standing ovation from the crowd. Throughout the panel, the pair demonstrated that their characters' affectionate rapport was still going strong in real life, even after two years apart, with Britton offering »
- Laura Prudom
On Friday night in Austin, Tex., some of your favorite Friday Night Lights cast members gathered at sunset to drink Shiner Bock in a parking lot and reminisce about the glory days. This was not a dream. It was a stellar event put on by the good folks at the Atx Television Festival who’d organized a free outdoor screening of the season 1 season finale. (The next morning the thrills kept coming, as stars Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton surprised fans by dropping in unannounced on the Fnl cast panel.) But on Friday, the show belonged to actors Scott Porter »
- Karen Valby
Let’s be honest, we’ll go see anything Taylor Kitsch is in. But throw in a little Peter Skarsgard, and suddenly a total bomb like Battlefield becomes Oscar-caliber (imagine how two sexed-up stars can upgrade actual Oscar-caliber flicks like Brokeback Mountain and Vicky Christy Barcelona). For your eye candy viewing pleasure, check out our favorite flicks starring a pair of same-sex hotties!
[Photos: Getty Images, The Weinstein Company, Columbia Pictures, New Line Cinema, Tri Star Pictures, Focus Features, Paramount Pictures]
- Tia Williams
Universal has decided to release the upcoming Afghanistan war drama in select cinemas in New York and Los Angeles from December 27, reports Deadline.
It will then be rolled out nationwide from January 10. The move will not only qualify the film for the Academy Awards, but will also gain critical and audience word-of-mouth via other award ceremonies.
Peter Berg will direct the project, which tells the true story of four Navy SEALs who battled with enemy Afghan forces while on a covert mission to stop a Taliban operative.
It is based on the book Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of Seal Team 10 by Marcus Luttrell, the Navy Seal portrayed by Wahlberg.
Here are today's latest release dates: Lone Survivor - Though Peter Berg's Navy Seal thriller will open wide on January 10, 2014, Lone Survivor, starring Mark Wahlberg and Taylor Kitsch, will open in an awards-qualifying limited release run on December 27th. (Via Deadline) Almanac - Michael Bay's found-footage time-travel film directed by Dean Israelite, written by first-time writers Andrew Stark and Jason Pagan, and starring Jonny Weston and Sofia Black-d'Elia will open one week later on February 28, 2014. Pompeii - Paul W.S. Anderson's historical thriller starring Kit Harington, Emily Browning, Jared Harris, Kiefer Sutherland, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Jessica Lucas, and Carrie-Anne Moss will now open one week earlier on February 21, 2014. The script was written by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes. *Release date information for Almanac and Pompeii courtesy of Box Office Mojo. »
- Dave Trumbore
I wasn't able to get around to another 2014 Oscar prediction update today as a result of the podcast, a movie screening and writing my review of The East, but perhaps that's for the best as I was planning on taking a look at the Best Actor category and we just may have another name to add to the list... Mark Wahlberg. Yes, the star of Contraband, Pain & Gain and the forthcoming Transformers 4. The very actor that was nominated for his role in Martin Scorsese's The Departed and starred in films such as Paul Thomas Anderson's Boogie Nights and was part of the nominated producing team that made The Fighter, which he also starred in. This time around we're looking at Wahlberg as the lead actor in Lone Survivor, a true story feature based on the failed mission "Operation Red Wing" which will see Wahlberg as Marcus Luttrell, »
- Brad Brevet
When Peter Berg's upcoming war drama "Lone Survivor" was recently given a January 10, 2014 release date, we have to admit, we immediately figured it to be another Mark Wahlberg, early winter programmer (see "Contraband" and "Broken City") and we put it in the back of our minds. But now, it looks like we'll have to sit up and pay a bit of attention as this could be mixing it up in the awards season race. Universal has decided to give the movie a New York and Los Angeles run starting on December 27th, before it platforms out to other cities. So does this one have the goods? Well, it has a helluva cast with Ben Foster, Emile Hirsch, Taylor Kitsch and Eric Bana joining Wahlberg in the true story tale based on the 2005 incident that found Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell and his team under attack from Taliban forces in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
I bet no one here forgot the tremendous numbers that Battleship brought in. Oh no, that was backwards. You could see that ship sinking from a mile away. Peter Berg is better than that, and poor Taylor Kitsch went down with him. Their fates may have changed in a big way though. Berg's Afghanistan war drama Lone Survivor based on the best seller Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account Of Operation Redwing And The Lost Heroes Of Seal Team 10 by Marcus Luttrell and Patrick Robinson might be a »
- Niki Stephens
Arriving in theatres later this year, Closed Circuit is shaping up to be a promising international thriller, boasting terrific talents on both sides of the camera.
Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall top a stellar ensemble cast. And with just a few months to go before Focus Features release it in the Us, the first trailer and poster have debuted over on Apple, giving us an excellent first look at the thriller.
From the producers of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy comes the new international thriller Closed Circuit.
Following a mysterious explosion in a busy London market, the police swoop in, a suspect is detained, and the country prepares for one of the most high-profile trials in British history. Two exceptional lawyers with a romantic past step into a dangerous web of secrets and lies, and when evidence points to a possible British Secret Service cover up, it’s not just their »
- Kenji Lloyd
The Emmett / Furla production, announced Thursday at Cannes, has a $60 million budget and a start date of March. “Broken City” writer Brian Tucker is scripting the story of a hitman who is poisoned and has to find a cure before he expires.
Tucker is also producing and Steven Eads is exec producing. Emmett / Furla said it in negotiations for a director and then will present the film to buyers in June.
“Expiration” is the latest in a long line of recent action titles with coin from Emmett / Furla, including ” 2 Guns,” starring Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington, with Universal opening Aug. 2; “Frozen Ground, »
- Dave McNary
Feature James Clayton 17 May 2013 - 05:48
As the summer movie season brings speculation about flops and bombs, James argues that, for viewers, there's no such thing as failure...
We're now well into blockbuster season, and the rest of the summer lies before us bright with big screen promise. The tentpole features are stacked like tenpins on the shiny stage, and you're eyeing them up from afar and you're wearing jaunty shoes. Which ones will fall and which ones will remain standing proudly once the turn's been rolled and the tallies have been totalled up?
The bowling metaphor is ill-fitting and awful (even more ill-fitting and awful than the shoes) so I apologise for chuckin' it up. Nevertheless, if you view it from a certain angle (probably the gutter) the summer movie season does look like a game. It's a kitschy game that's subject to quirks of fate and chance, and it's all about the numbers. »
Based on a feature script penned by Michael Lannan, the untitled eight-episode series centers on the three Bay Area friends enjoying what life has to offer a new generation of gay men. Murray Bartlett (Guiding Light) and Frankie J. Alvarez (Smash) co-star, with Andrew Haigh (Gladiator), David Marshall Grant (Brothers & Sisters) and Sarah Condon (Bored to Death) exec-producing.
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- Megan Masters
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