11 items from 2015
We’ve just received word that AMC are to launch in the UK with an exclusive deal with BT (British Telecom). With that news comes the additional information that The Walking Dead spin-off, Fear The Walking Dead, will air exclusively on the channel on 31st August, which is a week after its North American air date.
If you are a BT customer you have no worries as the new channel is 100% free to subscribers to their phone and broadband service; a bit like BT Sport (which snapped up a huge chunk of Champions League coverage this year). The service will be automatically added to users set-top boxes from August 28th.
The news is bound to cause upset with fans of The Walking Dead as there are a lot of us who are not BT subscribers, and a BT subscription comes at an extra premium. If you want to watch the »
- Paul Heath
Entourage may just have been the perfect thirty-minute comedy/drama series of the last few decades. It even had one very famous fan – Barack Obama. Supposedly loosely based on show producer Mark Wahlberg‘s own journey to the top, the plot followed fictional actor Vincent Chase as he tried to negotiate the perils of the Hollywood Machine. The show gave us a fantastic insight into the inner workings of the film industry, highlighting negotiating pay and the behind-the-scenes intricacies that we forget exist.
Vince has a rather impressive film catalogue on his CV, and as the film is released in UK cinemas this week, we thought we’d compile a handy guide of his biggest hits (and flops »
- Kat Smith
Entourage finally takes it bow on this side of the pond this Friday (read our review here), delighting fans of the t.v. show no end. For those not familiar, Entourage pulls the curtain back and gives us an entertaining and as close to true life as it can get look at the ins and outs of Hollywood, with Adrian Grenier’s on the rise actor Vince Chase (said to based on a combination of the shows producer Mark Wahlberg, Leonardo Di Caprio, and Tobey Maguire) and named after the legendary Hollywood acting teacher of the same name) as our focus. Over the course of the series, Chase has had quite a few movies under his belt, so lets take a look through his fictional filmography. A Walk To Remember (2002) Let’s star a bit meta, with Chase having a small role in 2002’s A Walk to Remember. This would »
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“Salem” star Shane West took a stroll down memory lane during a new episode of TheWrap’s “Drinking With the Stars,” revealing that he purchased the car his character drove in “A Walk to Remember.” “They started pulling out the cars one by one for each character and they pulled out that ’67 Camaro for me,” West said. “And I turned to the first A.D. and I was like ‘How much is it and I want it. Don’t let anyone else get it.’ And I used part of my paycheck to buy that car.” In light of all the reboots of TV. »
- Joe Otterson
Shane West (June 10, 1978) is an American actor and musician. He is best known for his television roles in ABC’s Once and Again, NBC’s ER, The CW’s Nikita, and currently Wgn America’s Salem. West has also put up a solid movie resume with roles in A Walk to Remember, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and […]
The post Shane West Bio: In His Own Words appeared first on uInterview. »
- Ryan McDonnell
The biblical epic tells the story of the confusion, wonderment and suspicion in the first 40 days following the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Tom Felton wants Bond role: 'It's why I wanted to do movies in first place'
Fiennes and Felton play Roman centurions who are compelled to discover the truth when Christ's body disappears from its burial tomb.
The religious thriller features many notable characters from the New Testament in its dramatisation of the resurrection.
The film will be »
Mandy Moore has had us hooked since "Candy." The bubbly pop star first burst onto the scene in 1999 with the release of her hit song, and since then she's done everything from tug at our heartstrings in Nicholas Sparks's A Walk to Remember to voice a Disney princess in Tangled. Along with her ever-changing career, the self-proclaimed cat lady has switched up her fashion sense (and hair color!) more times than we can count. Keep reading to see Mandy go from a teenage dream to a woman in charge, then check out her sweet friendship with Minka Kelly. »
From The Notebook to Dear John, and A Walk to Remember, nobody does romance quite like novelist Nicholas Sparks. Another one of his romances gets the page-to-screen treatment this week. The Longest Ride, which heads into theatres today, follows two couples separated by a generation and a war.
Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood play Sophia and Luke, respectively, a NYC-bound artist and a champion bull rider that may be pulled apart by their ambitions. However, after a chance meeting with an older man name Ira (Alan Alda) and learning about his beloved wife (Oona Chaplin), the young couple may reconsider their priorities.
If you’re not in the mood for a love story, Al Pacino has your back. His newest film, Danny Collins, hits theatres this weekend. Pacino plays an aging 1970s rocker based on the true story of folk singer Steven Tilston. The film, which played last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, »
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Nicholas Sparks is arguably one of the most successful crossover star in the film and publishing industries, prolific in churning out sweeping bodice rippers and offering them up for adaptation. But more than his ability to find the intersection of earnest romance and socially acceptable sappiness, Sparks films are major vehicles for male and female movie stars. Would Mandy Moore and Shane Wast be nostalgia bait for millennials without “A Walk to Remember?” Where else would Zac Efron try to cut his teeth as a romantic lead but “The Lucky One?” Matthew Barry, a casting director on the most iconic Sparks big screen. »
- Linda Ge and Matt Donnelly
Nobody does romance like Nicholas Sparks! Now, the latest adaptation of Sparks’ work is getting the big screen treatment and heading into theatres this Friday.
The Longest Ride tells two parallel tales of love and loss that explore the nature of what it means to sacrifice it all for the one you love. Sophia (Tomorrowland’s Britt Robertson), and Luke (Scott Eastwood) are unlikely lovers whose lives become intertwined with a much older man, Ira (Alan Alda). As he reflects on his long lost love, we see his story of the past unfold through Jack Huston and Oona Chaplin whose romance offers wisdom and insight to the younger couple.
The Longest Ride marks the 10th film adaptation of a Sparks novel. While The Notebook might be the most popular of his page-to-screen adaptations, it was 1999’s Message in a Bottle with Kevin Costner and Robin Wright that began the wave »
- Rachel West
Shane West had what it takes to be a leading man in a Nicholas Sparks‘ film. (But not just any Sparks film, probably the most devastating one of them all, A Walk to Remember.) And the actor knows exactly why Sparks’ work gets the best of every emotion you never knew you had.
“He’s kind of batting a thousand,” West told Nick Lachey on Big Morning Buzz Live Friday. “He’s just very real with his stories, he comes from a real place. I think fans appreciate that.” He also reminisced about working with Mandy Moore and being on his first major press tour, which hit up Trl, obviously. “My biggest memory is no memory. I was so scared and intimidated. There were so many people in your face, screaming, laughing, smiling. It was chaos.”
Who else is searching for the fastest Walk to Remember streaming link and a box of tissues? »
- Taylor Ferber
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