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Channing Tatum Goes Completely Bald -- Better Buzzed?

13 July 2011 8:28 AM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Channing Tatum has taken it all off ... his head! The " G.I. Joe " star was spotted at an L.A. office building with a completely buzzed head -- though no word yet on what the new look is for. Tatum has two movies lined up right now -- one, " Magic Mike ," where he plays a male stripper, and another, " Love and Honour ," where he'll play a soldier trying to win the affections of Catherine the Great . What do you think of the new 'do? Click the gallery to vote -- plus see more stars who have buzzed it all off! Read more »

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Mel Gibson: saint and sinner

6 June 2011 2:15 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

On the eve of his movie comeback, can Mel Gibson finally tame his demons?

It was a balmy spring evening in Cannes. Arriving for the premiere of his latest film, The Beaver, Mel Gibson seemed anxious as he walked the red carpet last month, a little uncomfortable posing for the massed ranks of photographers who were shouting his name. When the movie's director, Jodie Foster, leaned across to adjust his bow-tie, Gibson smiled, right on cue. But while the two of them chatted and laughed for the cameras, the actor's brow remained furrowed. The next day's photographs would all show the three deep wrinkles cut horizontally across his tanned forehead, giving him the air of someone who expects disappointment and – more often than not – is rewarded with it.

He was understandably worried, perhaps, about how the film would be received. The Beaver, in which the 55-year-old Gibson plays a depressed »

- Elizabeth Day

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Pandemic: DVD review

27 April 2011 10:15 AM, PDT | 24framespersecond.net | See recent 24FramesPerSecond news »

Director: Zeze Takahisa. Review: Adam Wing. Outbreak gets a Japanese makeover in Zeze Takahisa’s crisis drama, in which a deadly virus is the key to mankind’s annihilation, infecting millions of people and threatening to destroy the lives of many more. Tsumabuki Satoshi (Dororo) stars as a young doctor who finds himself centre stage in a fight against a highly contagious illness that begins with flu-like symptoms and ends in death. Dan Rei (Love and Honour) plays a World Health Organization officer, not to mention token love interest, who joins him in the race against time to find a cure. They used to be lovers but personal ambition drove them apart, and now they must work together in order to survive the relentless chaos that threatens to consume them. Directed by Zeze Takahisa (Flying Rabbits), Pandemic spreads fear through the heart of an impressive supporting cast including the likes »

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