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Some bad news for anyone looking forward to the long-awaited Sin City sequel... with just under four months to go until its scheduled release date of October 4th, The Weinstein Company has decided to push back the Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller-helmed comic book adaptation a little over ten months, with Sin City: A Dame to Kill For now set to hit cinemas on August 22nd 2014.
The follow-up to Rodriguez and Miller's cult 2005 hit, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is one of two Rodriguez-directed sequels in production (the other being Machete Kills, which arrives in September). The script has been written by Rodriguez, Miller and Oscar-winner William Monahan (The Departed) and the film is set to feature an all-star cast, with returning Sin City stars Bruce Willis (A Good Day to Die Hard), Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler), Jessica Alba (Machete), Rosario Dawson (Trance), Jaime King (My Bloody Valentine »
- Flickering Myth
Beth Behrs looked absolutely lovely at the ‘Monsters University’ premiere in Calif. on June 17! The actress was sporting trendy milkmaid braids, and we’re loving the look! Do you agree, HollywoodLifers? Vote below.
Two Broke Girls actress Beth Behrs was very on trend at the world premiere of Monsters University at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood on June 17. Beth wore milkmaid braids and we think she’s totally pulling off this funky look! Tell us if you think the same way! Plus, get her exact makeup look!
Beth Behrs’ Braids — Her Milkmaid Look Is Super Romantic
Milkmaid braids are part of the larger braid trend we’ve been seeing all over the runway and the red carpet. While they can look intimidating, have no fear! They’re actually very easy to create and even easier to wear. Simply split your hair into however many braids you want to create »
- HL Intern
Carla has had a hair makeover! Her colorist Kyle White transformed her dark brown color into a fiery red look! We love what Kyle has done and so does her ‘Man Of Steel’ co-star Russell Crowe! He was such a fan of her makeover that he tweeted it to all of his followers!
Carla Gugino, 41, gave herself one bold look! Celeb fave colorist Kyle White, of NYC’s Oscar Blandi Salon, colored Carla’s hair a fiery red shade that makes her look amazing! Kyle, of course, never lets anyone down. Even Russell Crowe, 49, couldn’t keep his eyes away! He tweeted to his followers: “Carla Gugino has flaming, fiery, fantastic red hair at this time starring in A kid like Jake at the Claire Tow Theatre, Lincoln centre.” We love that he took notice of her makeover! Don’t you, HollywoodLifers?
Carla Gugino’s Red Hair — Makeover By Kyle »
- HL Intern
Today we have a trailer for the upcoming "Compulsion" thriller, starring Heather Graham, Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix), Kevin Dillon ("Entourage"), and Joe Mantegna. Check it out below. Plot: Amy (Graham) is a vivacious and charismatic gourmet chef, with a dangerous appetite. She uses the most sensual of cuisine to lure her prey and turn them into victims of her twisted methods of controlling relationships and creating intimacy. When Amy realizes her new neighbor Saffron (Moss) is the former child star she has always idolized, she uses her prowess in the kitchen in an attempt to dominate her. The new movie is directed by Egidio Coccimiglio and will be released on iTunes an in select theaters on June 21st. Trailer: »
Cinemax is busy beefing up its sniper pilot, Quarry. We’ve been bringing you all the latest casting news involved in this interesting 1970s set thriller. Today we can add a Thor actor to the mix. Stellan Skarsgård has signed the dotted line to co-star in the pilot.
Quarry could be a success. The network has already seen positive results with their original series Banshee and Strike Back. Quarry is based on the Max Allan Collins series of novels and follows a Marine sniper, who we previously revealed would be acted by Prometheus actor, Logan Marshall-Green. When our Marine returns home from Vietnam in 1973, he finds an America that would demonize him for doing nothing more than sacrificing just about everything to protect their freedoms.
As a result, Marshall-Green’s character, whose name is Quarry, becomes a contract killer. He is good a killing after all.
Skarsgård will play The Broker, »
- Sasha Nova
Stellan Skarsgård (Thor, The Avengers) is set to co-star opposite Logan Marshall-Green in Cinemax drama pilot Quarry. Written by Graham Gordy and Michael D. Fuller based on Max Allan Collins’ novels and directed by John Hillcoat, Quarry is set in the 1970s and centers on a Marine sniper (Marshall-Green) who, upon his return home from Vietnam in 1973, finds himself shunned by those he loves and demonized by the public. Skarsgård will play The Broker, a shadowy figure who approaches Quarry, recruiting him into his criminal ranks. The pilot brings Skarsgård back to the HBO family where he did an arc on HBO’s Entourage. It also puts him under the same roof as his actor son, True Blood star Alexander Skarsgård. Stellan Skarsgård, repped by ICM Partners and attorney Lev Ginsburg, is reprising his role as Dr. Selvig in the upcoming Thor sequel. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
After receiving a record number of applications, the California Film Commission announced June 4 that it has awarded tax credits to 14 features, 14 TV series, and three movies of the week. The $100-million incentive program designed to stop runaway production successfully lured the TNT series “King & Maxwell” from Vancouver, British Columbia, and MTV’s “Teen Wolf” from Atlanta. (The latter relocated last year and kept its “relocating” classification.) The list of features receiving the production incentive included Warner Bros.’ “Entourage,” based on the HBO series; “Purge 2” from Blumhouse Productions; and Lionsgate’s “The Wash,” about a car wash run by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. The commission estimated that these projects will spend more than $771 million in California and employ an estimated 2,980 cast members, 3,730 crew members, and 80,680 extras/stand-ins. »
Feature Gem Wheeler 12 Jun 2013 - 07:00
Gem argues that in many ways, Arrested Development's fourth season is the show at its very best...
This article contains spoilers for the fourth season of Arrested Development.
It was always going to divide opinion. Let's face it, classic sitcoms aren't revived every day, and the build-up to Arrested Development's return from TV limbo fostered ridiculously high expectations. No showrunner could ever hope to please all of the fans, all of the time. Unsurprisingly, reviews have been mixed. Some praised the continuing audacity of Ad's plotting, the multi-layered references and the depth of the characterisation. Others criticised the immoderate length of some episodes, while lamenting the absence of several key cast members for long stretches.
Yet for all that, Arrested Development's fourth season was perhaps its most accomplished to date. Okay, some elements didn't quite work. Yes, the longer episode length proved to be problematic. »
On TV this Wednesday: Necessary Roughness suits up for another season, Royal Pains‘ premiere features a visit from Asylum‘s angel of death, Guys have their say on Spike and Paul McCartney rocks the Colbert Report. Here are nine programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm The American Baking Competition (CBS) | The contestants face a cake challenge. (Does it involve walking by a cake and not having a piece? Because I’ve already taken – and failed – that test.)
8:30 pm Family Tools (ABC) | Terry thinks Mason needs a strong role model… but Jack will have to do.
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- Kimberly Roots
2 Chainz was held at gunpoint in broad daylight in by two thugs, who stole his wallet and fired a shot at him. So scary! HollywoodLife.com has all the Exclusive details of 2 Chainz’s scary encounter.
2 Chainz must be feeling pretty shaken up right about now, because he was assaulted and held at gun point on June 9 in San Francisco by two men. HollywoodLife.com can exclusively reveal that a shot was fired and all of his items were taken. To make matters worse, when the rapper was first approached, his entourage fled “like cockroaches.”
2 Chainz — also known as Tauheed Epps – was robbed at gunpoint in broad daylight on June 9. A San Francisco Police Department spokesperson Exclusively told HollywoodLife.com that police responded to a shots fired call at 4.36pm, and when they arrived at the scene 2 Chainz was alone. »
- Eleanore Hutch
The French star - speaking to DS at the 53rd Monte Carlo TV Festival - revealed that his character Henri Leclair will be in a "very different mood" when he returns to London.
Mr Selfridge has been picked up by 99 countries worldwide and the first episodes will soon air on networks in Italy and Africa.
The second series is currently shooting and will air on ITV in the UK and PBS in the Us in 2014. »
Read at your own risk! There be spoilers ahead, matey. "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" cameo spoilers, to be specific.
This particular cameo has been out there already, but, what's new here is that director/co-writer Adam McKay has unleashed a bunch of details.
You've been warned.
Remember those photos of Kanye West that surfaced from the "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" set? Well, McKay recently had plenty to say about the participation of the rapper-turned-actor who is of course baby daddy to Kim Kardashian, bully to Taylor Swift, performance artist on "SNL" and the man The President of the United States twice referred to as a "jackass."
There was no jackassery on display on the Atlanta set of the hotly anticipated Will Ferrell comedy sequel, however.
We already know that West will be choking Steve Carrell with a hockey stick during a big brawl. Now we know what a nice and happy guy he can be. »
- Ryan J Downey
Witness the power plays, sex and greed that motivate some of Washington’s most powerful decision-makers when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment releases Media Rights Capital’s House Of Cards: The Complete First Season on Blu-ray™ and DVD with UltraViolet™ June 10. This smart, dark and hard-edged thriller tells the story of political revenge, starring two-time Academy Award® winner Kevin Spacey (American Beauty, Best Actor in a Leading Role, 1999; The Usual Suspects, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, 1995) as ambitious and ruthless Democratic Congressman Frank Underwood, and Robin Wright (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) as his equally focused wife, Claire. Based on the classic ‘90s British mini-series, the first season in this modern-day political series also stars Kate Mara (TV’s “American Horror Story: Asylum”) and Corey Stoll (Midnight in Paris).
Just in time for Father’s Day, all 13 episodes will be available on the four-disc Blu-ray or four-disc DVD »
- Matt Holmes
Showtime has released a new batch of episodic photos from the upcoming eighth and final season of "Dexter," and they provide a glimpse of where the action picks up after last season's shocking finale.
The new "Dexter" photos, which cover the first, second and fourth episodes of the new season, seem to depict Captain Laguerta's funeral, or some type of memorial service. Her ex-husband, Sgt. Batista gives a speech, while Dexter, Masuka and Quinn look at a monument being dedicated in her honor.
Everyone is grieving but Deb, who's drowning her guilt by hanging out with her new man, a shady-looking dude played by "Entourage" veteran Rhys Coiro. He's holding a gun and there are several empty beers by Deb's bedside.
- The Huffington Post
Josh Brolin joins Inherent Vice; the Leprechaun reboot finds its director; Disney Pixar Animation reveals its upcoming schedule; Melissa Leo signs on for two projects; Johnny Depp drops out of Black Mass; Joss Whedon explains his approach to the Marvel creative consultant role; and Entourage creator Doug Ellin is rewriting the Bad Santa 2 script.
Click to continue reading Movie News Wrap Up: Whedon Talks Marvel Phase 2, Pixar Release Dates & More
- Anthony Taormina
The Oscar-winning acting icons had been in different portions of "The Godfather Part II" -- which Fichtner cites as one of his favorite films -- but they shared space and dialogue in "Heat," writer-director Michael Mann's widely praised 1995 crime drama.
Fichtner was just starting a screen career that would come to include "The Perfect Storm," "Armageddon" and this summer's "The Lone Ranger" and "Elysium" ... but he has strong memories of being in "Heat" as a traitor tracked down by a vengeful career crook (De Niro).
"I had done a handful of movies, if that," he tells Zap2it, "and it wasn't lost on me that this was Pacino and De Niro's first time on screen together. What I remember about reading the script was »
West will star in "The Affair," a drama pilot at Showtime that examines the effect an extramarital affair has on two couples. West will play a New York City high school teacher and father of four whose previously stable marriage hits the rocks when he meets someone he thinks may be his soulmate.
"The Affair" comes from Sarah Treem ("In Treatment," "House of Cards"), who wrote the pilot, and fellow "In Treatment" executive producer Hagai Levi. Mark Mylod ("Shameless," "Entourage") will direct.
West earned a Golden Globe nomination earlier this year for "The Hour," which the BBC canceled following its second season. He also starred on "The Wire" and in the movies "The Forgotten" and "John Carter." He also stars with Helena Bonham Carter in "Burton and Taylor," about the relationship between Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, »
Inspired by a popular Mexican telenovela and executive produced by Eva Longoria and her Desperate Housewives boss Marc Cherry, Lifetime’s new nighttime soap, Devious Maids, stars Ana Ortiz (Ugly Betty), Dania Ramirez (Entourage), Roselyn Sanchez (Without a Trace), Edy Ganem (Livin’ Loud) and Judy Reyes (Scrubs) as housekeepers chasing a better life of their own while working for Beverly Hills’ wealthiest families. Like Housewives, the series begins with the women’s stories unfolding as one of their own dies under mysterious circumstances. But if you think that Devious Maids is just Desperate Housekeepers in a tonier locale, you’re in for a [...]
- Lori Acken
Los Angeles — From its very beginnings, the imposing marble edifice with the glistening copper dome rising 100 feet above the edge of downtown Los Angeles has been a major Hollywood production.
During the Golden Era, MGM co-founder Louis B. Mayer, along with fellow movie moguls Irving Thalberg, Carl Laemmle and the Warner brothers, helped bankroll the cavernous Wilshire Boulevard Temple, which debuted in 1929 as the cornerstone of the largest Jewish congregation west of Chicago.
The Tinseltown synagogue became known as the "Temple to the Stars" and served as the featured set location for everything from A-list weddings to an episode of "Entourage."
Now, in the grand tradition of long-running Hollywood franchises, La's oldest synagogue is getting a $150 million reboot – just in time for summer release.
In the coming weeks, the sanctuary's ornate front doors will open for the first time in nearly two years, allowing the public to see a restoration »
A sequel to Bad Santa has been in development for years. Various scripts have been written but none that Miramax has been too happy with so they’ve brought in Doug Ellin to rewrite the film and possibly direct it as well. Ellin is the creator of the hit HBO show Entourage. Billy Bob Thornton has been eager to [...]
- Andrew Shuster
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