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Who knew that a movie that was done so long ago and released everywhere but the Us would see the light of day in the States? Well, Brainstorm Media is releasing Rupert Grint's Cherrybomb via iTunes and Amazon Video on September 2nd! No word yet on whether we will get any other type of release, but we will keep you posted on the developments. Unfortunately, there are no new trailers or clips to be seen. However, this is exciting news for everyone in the Us to finally own this movie! And don't forget to check out the posts below for yesterday's It's Only A Play press conference and photocall. There are some great pictures, video interviews, and articles to read! »
July 13th, 2014, 0:00am– In our 10-day Birthday Countdown of Rupert-Grint.us‘ Anniversary, we have now reached the year 2010! With Rupert Grint promoting both Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 and Cherrybomb, Ice Cream Man‘s focus was once again to assemble more exclusive interviews, reports and reviews by attending several events around the world, including an exclusive Birthday Interview with Rupert. Our freelance staffer Tania, our Australian representative, tells us about her experiences from Down Under. These stories and yet another poll can be found here: If you have missed out on any of the previous countdown days, make sure to visit our overview page: »
April 11th, 2014, 6:47pm– silenis-media-audiovisuel-cinéma-moonwalk-dantoine-bardou-jacquet Rumours have been buzzing for weeks that Rupert Grint was set to star in the movie Moonwalkers – and now we are almost as certain as can be since deadline.com (a very reliable source) is reporting it: Rupert will be playing the role of Jonny in the film directed by Antoine Bardou-Jacquet. Rupert will be starring in this film alongside Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy and Hellboy) and former Cherrybomb co-star Robert Sheehan. The film is scheduled start filming in mid-May and until the end of June in Brussels, Belgium. You can read a synopsis of the film here (we are still unsure if it’s being called Moonwalkers or Moonwalk since both titles are being used around the web): July 1969. Kidman Tom, a special agent of the CIA, was sent to London to find Stanley Kubrick and convince him to film a fake »
Since at least the 60s, mainstream pop culture has become a lot more accepting of sexual content, expanding dramatically from the simple days of passionate kisses to full-out buck-naked lovemaking. Regardless of what everyone’s personal views are, these scenes will only continue to be more common and nudity may even find itself in PG-13 someday.
Something that a lot of people may not think about, however, is the actors involved in those scenes. It may be common for moviegoers to simply blow-off the intensity involved in creating such a moment due to the fact that both attractive actors are “lucky” to see each other nude, but that often isn’t the case. The comfort in making simulated sex relies on a number of factors, primarily the mutual respect both actors feel when with each other and the director in charge of crafting it.
Unfortunately, things aren’t »
- Red Stewart
4 items from 2014
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