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Verne Troyer is on the mend! The 46-year-old actor was hospitalized Saturday "for precautionary measures," his rep told E! News in a statement, adding that "all tests came back normal and [he] then left shortly after that." Troyer, who rose to fame back in 1999 playing "Mini-Me" in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, is "doing fine," added his rep, noting that he returned to The Heart of Texas Comic Con in Waco, Texas, the same day. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Troyer suffered a seizure Saturday which resulted in his brief hospitalization. The actor himself declined to mention the specific nature of his health scare, but he did personally reassure fans on social media he was »
Lionsgate has announced this week details of the DVD and Blu-ray release of Horns, which has been set for release on March 16th, and you can pre-order over at Amazon here. While no technical specificiations, including special features, have been released, Lionsgate has revealed artwork for both releases, which we have for you here…
Directed by Alexandre Aja (Piranha 3D), Horns stars Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Juno Temple (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For), Max Minghella (The Social Network), Heather Graham (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me) and David Morse (The Rock).
See Also: Read our review of Horns here
- Scott J. Davis
Quick…name a favorable film where the landscape is run by (or at least partially include) the demographic of little people as part of the instrumental storyline? C’mon…it should not be that difficult, okay? If you want to mention say Darby O’Gill and the Little People then that would fine. How about Bad Santa or Poltergeist for that matter?
In That’s Good Enough, Short Stuff: Top Ten Films Featuring Little People we will take a look at some of the mini megastars that inhabited these movies and contributed their fair share of entertainment value to the on-screen proceedings. The debate as to whether some of these selected films featuring these pint-sized performers are considered positive, exploitative or dismissive are not up for discussion (although one of these considerations could apply in the minds of a few folks). Instead, we want to celebrate the inclusion of »
- Frank Ochieng
3 items from 2015
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