4 items from 2015
Maria Bello and Clare Munn are just the cutest! Wearing a black, draped, one shoulder jumpsuit, the 47-year-old Coyote Ugly and ER alum and her girlfriend, a media exec and human rights activist, were photographed kissing and staring at each other lovingly as they posed for photos at the 2015 Human Rights Campaign's Los Angeles Gala dinner earlier this month. Bello, who has a 14-year-old son from a previous relationship with a man, came out publicly in a New York Times essay published in November 2013, revealing she was in a relationship with a woman named Clare and calling herself a "whatever." She and Munn have since attended several events together and have also been »
The early cancellation of Covert Affairs has found the show’s leading lady, Piper Perabo, on the hunt for new projects. Thankfully, that hunt is now over, as the actress has signed on to co-star opposite Bruce Willis in director John Pogue’s upcoming thriller, Wake.
From screenwriter Chris Borrelli, Wake revolves around the Forrester family. When they reunite back at the family’s island homestead for a relative’s wake, they are unnerved by the arrival of the dead man’s brother, Red (Willis), who’s a diagnosed sociopath that made their lives a living hell until his disappearance years later. The tides change, however, when the family comes under attack from deadly associates of the deceased. Naturally, they’re glad to have Red and his bullish, sociopathic tendencies to protect them.
The Coyote Ugly actress will play Claire Forrester, the dead man’s widow who previously had a »
- Gem Seddon
Diane Warren has an unmatched reputation for composing ear worms for movies. With "Grateful" from "Beyond the Lights," she has returned to the Oscar race with her seventh nomination after a 13-year absence. HitFix recently spoke to her about work on that film, her previous nominated songs and her return to the race. HitFix: What’s it like to be back in the Oscar race? Diane Warren: It’s awesome. I love it. There have been songs I’ve done since [my last nomination] – I wrote a song for Cher, "You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me," that won the Golden Globe. It didn’t get nominated [for the Oscar] and I thought it would. This year, the night before the nominations, I thought, "There’s no chance. Look at the list of superstars." No one really saw this movie, as amazing as it is, but I kind of pushed on my own because »
- Gerard Kennedy
Director: Ryan McBryde.
Starring: Danny Bayne, Naomi Slights, Bethany Linsdell, Alex Lodge.
Synopsis: The date is 1979 and in Brooklyn, New York, Tony Manero, a young man with a dead-end job and an extraordinary ability to dance, has only one ambition in life – to become the disco king. When he meets Stephanie, who also dreams of a world beyond Brooklyn, and they decide to train together for a dance competition, their lives begin to change forever.
Nights On Broadway, If I Can’t Have You, More Than A Woman, You Should Be Dancing, How Deep Is Your Love and the iconic Stayin’ Alive – all songs featured in one of the most popular movies of the late 1970s, Saturday Night Fever. The glitzy, and indeed very dark drama, arrived at the same time as that other John Travolta teen movie of the day Grease, and made him a household name, while at the same time, »
- Paul Heath
4 items from 2015
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