Hollywood Ending (2002)
Ella Hunt stars as Anna, a high school teen who dreams of jet-setting before her university stint and the pursuit of a successful career. Father Tony (Mark Benton) disagrees with his daughter’s decision – as any protective parent would – but a freak event keeps Anna from fleeing her simple little community – the zombie apocalypse.
Two Gay Dads. One Meddling Tiger Mom. What Could Go Wrong?
Coming out on DVD, Blu-ray & VOD in the U.S. & Canada August 15 from Gravitas Ventures.
Starring: Grace Guei, Barney Cheng and Michael Adam Hamilton
I really enjoyed this feature length comedy about modern international gay and family life and what modern parenthood can involve.
Oscar-winning producer Li-Kong Su (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) and Stephen Israel (Swimming With Sharks, G.B.F.), give us Baby Steps, a comedy-drama directed, written and starring Barney Cheng about gay family issues in complicated dynamic of a cross-cultural and multi-generational Taiwanese-American family.
Danny, a Taiwanese-American man, longs to have a baby with his American boyfriend Tate, but their attempts at international surrogacy are complicated by Danny’s meddling mom, who wants to control every aspect of the process — all the way from Taipei. She descends upon them and their life together and proceeds
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The classy versions of this scene will end with subdued silence and murmurs; the more cliched versions will probably see the room erupt with thunderous applause after the gavel rings out. But if you think we’re going to see either version of that scene when former FBI director James Comey appears before the Senate Intelligence Committee to testify regarding his interactions with the Trump administration,
Things started to unravel in a hurry for both Stussy boys this week on Fargo, while Gloria got a new clue in Ennis’ murder — and a new friend!
Ray’s latest get-rich scheme is to impersonate his brother Emmit, shaving his mustache and putting on a curly wig to go down to Emmit’s bank and open that safe-deposit box. “Emmit” tells the bank manager he lost his key, and when he threatens to take his money elsewhere, the manager scrambles to get the box opened with a drill.
Fringe vet John Noble will appear in The Librarians‘ Season 4 premiere as Monsignor Vega, a Vatican bishop who is the secret leader of the Heretical Order of the Shadows, EW.com reports.
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Additionally, the TNT series has tapped Rachel Nichols (Continuum) to recur as Nicole Noone, the mysteriously resurrected guardian of Flynn (played by Noah Wyle).
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* Mary McDonnell (Major Crimes) will guest-star in Fargo‘s May 17 episode as “the so-called storage queen of The Great Lakes region, Ruby Goldfarb,
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The John Singleton-produced drama series chronicling the start of the crack epidemic in Los Angeles will premiere on Wednesday, July 5 at 10/9c, the cabler has announced.
Created by Singleton (Boyz n the Hood), Eric Amadio and showrunner Dave Andron (Justified), who will executive-produce alongside Thomas Schlamme, Michael London and Trevor Engelson, Snowfall is set in Los Angeles circa 1983, where “A storm is coming and its name is crack,” says the synopsis.
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Series creator Ryan Murphy on Friday shared a chilling “tease” from Season 7, which he recently revealed to be inspired by the 2016 presidential election. Ready or not, here it comes:
Aside from its political theme, little is known about Ahs‘ seventh installment, save for a few inspired castings: Billie Lourde (Scream Queens) and Billy Eichner (Difficult People). As for which previous Ahs cast members are expected to return,
New Girl‘s Max Greenfield will be part of American Crime Story‘s third season, executive producer Ryan Murphy announced Friday via social media.
Greenfield later shared the news via Twitter.
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No word yet on who Greenfield will play. Fans of American Horror Story will recall that the actor showed up in anthology series’ Hotel season as Gabriel, a drug addict who was raped by the horrifying Addiction Demon while at the Cortez.
The 10-episode FX drama centers
Madam Secretary: Team Gets Rattled. Henry Finds Cult Bomb.
But not Janet Hubert, the actress who portrayed the original Aunt Vivian on the first three seasons of the show.
In case you missed it, Alfonso Ribeiro (Carlton) posted a shot of the “Fresh Prince” cast earlier this week. It featured Ribeiro, Tatyana Ali (Ashley), Karyn Parsons (Hilary), Will Smith (Will), Joseph Marcell (Geoffrey), and Daphne Maxwell Reid, who played Aunt Viv after Hubert left the show. The cast had reunited for Parsons’ charity.
Hubert responded to the photo on her personal Facebook page with a tirade where she called Ribeiro a “media hoe” and shot down any chances for a reunion — at least one featuring her.
“I know the media hoe Alphonso Ribero has posted his so called reunion photo. Folks keep telling me about it. He was always the a– wipe for Will
Despite tween fans' rabid protection of their most beloved books and the fact that they can live in her Twitter mentions for the rest of time, Russo-Young isn't fazed -- or wasn't. "Uhh, you're freaking me out!" she joked during a recent call with Et, before explaining, "I actually took great comfort in the fact that I could look online and see what fans connected to about the book, what lines they were holding dear to their hearts, what moved them. Then those things, to me, were like, 'I
Written and Directed by Barry Jenkins
Starring Trevante Rhodes, Andre Holland, Janelle Monae, Ashton Sanders, Jharrel Jerome, Naomie Harris, and Mahershala Ali.
Moonlight, fresh off its “Wait, what just happened?” Best Picture win at the Oscars, arrives on Blu-ray. The disc has a commentary track by director Barry Jenkins that’s worth a listen, along with three short featurettes.
As I write this, movie buffs are still reeling from that historic Oscar ceremony flub that briefly gave the Best Picture award to La La Land before yanking it away in favor of Moonlight. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway admirably played the role of Steve Harvey, but the trophy transfer was not nearly as smooth (but maybe not as cringe-inducing) as that memorably beauty pageant fiasco.
I haven’t seen La La Land, so I can’t comment on whether the best movie won, but I can say that
But, as much as “La La Land” producer Jordan Horowitz’s urgent, eminently generous handoff of the Best Picture prize end up becoming the defining story, Trump still loomed over a large part of the evening. If anything, the mix-up spared him an additional burn after he had been charred by one celebrity after another.
“After months of filming on location or a long day of travel it’s the best feeling to be able to look forward to walking into my own space where I get to be me!” says Madison, 17. To create the chic and cozy space she’s dubbed her “lady cave,” the
But then two homemade bombs exploded, killing three and wounding countless others at the race — including Downes and Kensky, who have had “30 to 40” surgeries on their limbs (and even their ears, which were ruptured in the explosions).
“The bombing did not leave one part of our lives untouched,” Kensky tells People.
“When you get married, you’re on this high,” she says. “You feel unstoppable. You have so many hopes and dreams and goals.
Brown noted that many of the conversations that affected her the most were ones that featured real people with the careers she wanted who unmasked themselves to show the truth about working and living in Hollywood. Keeping to that truth, Brown recalled some of her own shame and failures, hoping to inspire listeners with lessons she wished she’d known years ago.
Don’t Waste Time Comparing Yourself
“Compare and despair is a useless time suck,” said Brown. She recalled questioning herself as she compared her
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