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Stephen King always referred to his classic 1980 novella The Mist as his "black and white Bert I. Gordon bug movie." At the Long Beach Comic Con this weekend, when the film he was going to run, Give 'Em Hell Malone, got hung up over rights issue, a funny, shoeless Thomas Jane substituted it for a big screen showing of The Mist in black and white!
"This is my favorite way of seeing this movie," Jane said. "It's the ultimate version of the movie! Frank (Darabont) feels it should be seen this way, too. I loved playing the main character--David Drayton, the hero--every decision he makes is totally wrong!"
After the grim ending, Thomas Jane joked "That's a real party starter, huh? I love the movie. Unfortunately, they released the movie at Thanksgiving--which was obviously the wrong time of year for this kind of movie."
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Robert Pattinson graces the issue 9 of AnOther magazine, which will be available in newsstands on Thursday, October 1. He has struck poses in at least three black and white photos for the publication.
Appearing in the magazine's cover, the 23-year-old heartthrob is seen in a thick make-up. Along with the picture, there is a tag read "Robert Pattinson Screen Idol." Another image shows him donning a dirty white t-shirt paired with a jeans jacket. Moreover, the other photo snaps the British hottie, who holds his locks, wearing a black t-shirt matched with a shiny black jacket.
All of the photos were taken by Hedi Slimane. For the photo shoot, Robert Pattinson was styled by Nicola Formichetti. According to Dazed Digital, the issue 9 of the men's fashion biannual magazine is themed around heroes and villains.
In an interview with the magazine, Pattinson shared about the pressures he has experienced due to his »
Producer Marty Bregman played the race card when Universal honchos balked at casting Denzel Washington to co-star with Angelinia Jolie in "The Bone Collector" (1999). Interviewed for a segment airing tomorrow on BlogTalkRadio's "Film Festival Radio," Bregman said the moguls told him, "We'd have a hard time marketing Denzel in the south." Bregman said the suits named areas "where a black actor is not going to do any business. So at one point . . . I asked to be alone with the head of that division. And I said, 'Are you aware that your chairman, »
4 items from 2009
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