9 items from 2014
We told you about Raw Cut, the flick about a group of kids who get slaughtered while making a found footage movie, a few days ago; and now, because we move so damned quickly, we have an exclusive clip and the first stills to go along with the previously released trailer. Dig 'em!
When Adam Cohen invites his best college friends, Jack and Amanda, to his new Wyoming home for a week’s getaway to meet his new fiancee, Stephanie, the two couples get much more than the peace and solitude they were hoping for. Stephanie asks »
- Steve Barton
Behold, kids! A movie about a group of kids who get slaughtered while making a found footage movie! A new horror trope is born! Read on for your first details, artwork, and trailer for the upcoming indie flick Raw Cut. Let's hope that found footage filmmakers take the hint!
When Adam Cohen invites his best college friends, Jack and Amanda, to his new Wyoming home for a week’s getaway to meet his new fiancee, Stephanie, the two couples get much more than the peace and solitude they were hoping for. Stephanie asks for help with her thesis film, »
- Steve Barton
Exclusive: Actor Ebon Moss-Bachrach (The Lake House, Mona Lisa Smile, Stealth) has signed with UTA. He stars on the current season of HBO’s Girls as Desi Harperin and starred in Simon Helberg’s SXSW directorial debut We’ll Never Have Paris. His recent screen credits include Vera Farmiga’s Higher Ground, Lola Versus with Greta Gerwig, the horror pic Come Out And Play, FX’s Damages, and HBO’s John Adams. Moss-Bachrach is also repped by Sue Leibman and Peikoff Mahan Law Office. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Hillary Clinton's upcoming memoir has an official title and book jacket Simon & Schuster announced on Friday her tome will be titled, “Hard Choices,” and unveiled the cover which features the former Secretary of State in a black and white portrait with a serious Mona Lisa smile. Also read: Hillary Rodham Clinton Dodges a Shoe Thrown by Heckler (Video) The book publisher describes the book as “Hillary Rodham Clinton's inside account of the crises, choices and challenges she faced during her four years as America's 67th Secretary of State and how those experiences drive her view of the future. »
- James Crugnale
Peg Schierholz, who leads the show’s hair department, has plenty to say about the fun that goes into creating the gorgeous 1980s styles that adorn Phillip, Elizabeth, and the rest of their Russian-American spy friends. And in fact, that’s why their hair is so big: it’s full of secrets.
Read on for eight little factoids we learned from Schierholz in anticipation of Wednesday night’s episode, »
- Marc Snetiker
We haven't been this hooked on a show since Broadchurch and even then we'd pretty much figured out the whodunnit by the end.
In the case of Line of Duty, we don't have the foggiest who or what is behind the death of Carly Kirke and the police ambush. We've listed seven possibilities for who could be the real Big Bad below. Some serious. Some less serious. Let us know your best theories at the bottom of the page.
Dodgy Dot Cottan
Everyone who watched series one knows that Dot is as dodgy as they come. Is he after Hastings's job? Is he the cunning fox pulling the strings behind the scenes? »
Who is Topher Grace? We.re sixteen years removed from the origins of That 70.s Show, and it.s hard to say how he.s distinguished himself. He.s played quite a few smarmy boyfriends in stuff like Traffic and Mona Lisa Smile, but practically vanished from the screen as a leading man in Win A Date With Tad Hamilton and In Good Company. He.s not good, and quite distracting, when he pops up in big genre films like Predators and Spider-Man 3, but that hasn.t stopped casting agents: he.ll be seen in this year.s Interstellar. And yet, the question remains: who is Topher Grace? Or, considering his new multimedia project, what is Topher Grace? An. (shrug) editor? A couple of years ago, Grace picked up editing and tried an 85 minute supercut of the Star Wars prequel trilogy. Claiming the trilogy "only had one good movie »
Hollywood seems to be running out of original ideas right now, despite a wealth of literature old and new to choose from. Still, I suppose they could probably do a lot worse than a new adaptation of The Day of the Triffids, the latest sci-fi classic up for a contemporary reboot. Now, after much hemming and hawing, the film finally has a director in the form of Mike Newell.
The Day of the Triffids was originally a sci-fi novel by John Wyndham, later adapted into a 1962 film and a 2009 miniseries. It takes place in a dystopian future where a large percentage of the population have been blinded following a comet shower. This bodes well for the Triffids, a nasty species of alien plants with designs on planet Earth.
The most recent version of The Day of the Triffids has been in the works for four years now without moving forward. »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
Usually with (mostly) beloved actresses, I feel confident nominating them to be gay icons. Emma Thompson? Done. Jamie Lee Curtis? Yes. Julie Bowen, Kristen Bell, Elizabeth Banks, Whoopi Goldberg, and Amy Poehler? I didn’t flinch at all during that sentence.
But for some reason Julia Roberts, a mega-star even among the aforementioned names, is a question mark in this area. She’s certainly had enough fabulous roles to be considered fabulous, but I personally can’t name many gay friends who leap at the news of her next movie. Her megastar contemporary Sandra Bullock, however, completely fits this bill, and I’m not entirely sure why. Does Julia secretly qualify? I’ll give her the Kate Middleton treatment and weigh the pros and cons.
1. She won a justly deserved Best Actress Oscar for a comic performance.
- Louis Virtel
9 items from 2014
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