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Nearing its premiere at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, director Andy Landen's romantic comedy-drama "Sequoia" releases its first official trailer. The film, set to premiere at the festival on March 9, stars Aly Michalka (CW's "Hellcats," "Easy A"), Dustin Milligan ("Beverly Hills 90210") and Joey Lauren Adams ("Chasing Amy," "Dazed and Confused," "Big Daddy," and "The Break-Up"). "Sequioa" follows the troubled journey of a terminally ill young woman who plans to end her trek to California's Sequoia National Forest with her own suicide. What she doesn't plan for, however, is the intervention of her dysfunctional family and the unexpected romance that blossoms with the shy musician who takes her to her destination, which may possibly renew her appreciation for life. The trailer presents the film as both sweet and morbid, with Michalka's character running away from her life with a complete stranger (Milligan) who accompanies her along the way to the forest as her family frantically. »
- Ziyad Saadi
One of our favorite "Friends," Jennifer Aniston, turns 45-years-old today!The actress' career has spanned more than 20 years, though of course everyone knows her best as coffee girl turned fashion buyer Rachel Green on "Friends."The blonde beauty has starred in numerous films since her sitcom left the air in 2004, including "The Break-Up," "Marley Me" and a pretty raunchy turn in "Horrible Bosses." She also was nominated for an Emmy Award for her guest appearance on NBC's "30 Rock" in 2008. After a very public split with Brad Pitt in 2005, the gorgeous star has found love again with fiance Justin Theroux. The couple met on the set of "Wanderlust" in 2012 and got engaged last year.While Jennifer and Justin haven't revealed a wedding date or their future plans, Aniston says she's in a great place."I feel most beautiful when I'm just at home with [him] in the morning. Or "any time of day with him, »
- tooFab Staff
Imagine "I Love You, Man" with a mercenary twist, maybe, and you've got "The Wedding Ringer."
The comedy, which is scheduled for release on January 16, 2015, will star Kevin Hart as a guy who sells his services as a best man for awkward grooms-to-be. His latest client is a fella played by Josh Gad, of "Frozen" fame, who goes one step beyond by finding no less than nine fake groomsmen. (Seriously, who has nine groomsmen and a best man? Cut that out.)
Jeremy Garelick and Jay Lavender, the guys behind the 2006 comedy "The Break-Up" with Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn, wrote "The Wedding Ringer." This will be Garelick's feature-length directorial debut.
Hart is bringing in the mega-bucks lately, what with the record-breaking success of "Ride Along," his immensely popular stand-up performances, and roles in movies like "Think Like a Man" and its upcoming sequel "Think Like a Man Too," which will hit theaters in June. »
- Jenni Miller
Every once in a while, an actor will come on the scene with impact, impressing everyone with a powerhouse debut performance. But sometimes a great freshmen performance fails to lead to a good follow up, and the person who made the impressive debut starts to fade from the scene. It’s always sad when such potential is unmet. Here are 10 actors who started with a bang but faded with a whimper.
Heather Donahue (The Blair Witch Project-1999) She came on the scene in a big way, starring in the low-budget hit film that became such a sensation and started the ‘hand-held-camera’ style of film making (Used in Paranormal Activity, Cloverfield and others). She seemed poised to be the new Jamie Lee Curtis, the horror film “it girl”. She got a lot of offers to do other horror films but turned them down, in order to prevent type casting. Since then, »
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4 items from 2014
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