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It's the little things, they say, that count. The details, one might even posit.
If that's the case, then this giveaway counts bigtime: To celebrate the DVD release of "The Details," starring Tobey Maguire, Elizabeth Banks and Ray Liotta, we're happy to present a very "Detail"-oriented DVD bundle giveaway.
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-"The Details" DVD
-"Lay the Favorite" DVD
-"Sunshine Cleaning" DVD
-"Silver Linings Playbook" DVD
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- NextMovie Staff
"I could have easily never worked again after Precious," Gabourey Sidibe tells me over breakfast in Los Angeles. "I could be back at my receptionist job and no one would be surprised, but I'm having a very crazy little career that no one thought would happen. Although that was never the plan. "
It's not clear whose plan Sidibe is referring to (hers, God's, Hollywood's), but it's plain to see nothing in the NY native's career has happened by accident. Although, as she's the first to admit, no one on her team is working off a calculated, step-by-step, career plan. Thankfully the fates led her from Precious to The Big C, which ends its phenomenal four-year run with hereafter, a 4-part limited run series, featuring Sidibe as Andrea, the wayward high schooler Laura Linney's character took under her wing back in season one.
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It's safe to say Tobey Maguire would gladly welcome a new neighbor, just as long as it's not Laura Linney! In a clip from his movie The Details, available on demand now, Maguire meets with the actress who plays a demanding and controlling neighbor. Before heading off to work for the day, the 37-year-old is confronted by Linney who is not happy with the construction project going on nearby at his house. "Look at all this dust floating around," Linney explains. "It's everywhere!" In hopes of calming her down, Maguire generously agrees to do whatever it takes to clean up the mess. "You give me the bill, I'll give you the check," »
Cathy Jamison's battle with cancer has been, at turns, heart-breaking, hilarious and hard to watch. But perhaps the toughest moment came in last night's The Big C: hereafter season premiere when Cathy asked her family, and fans, to accept her decision to stop chemotherapy.
Buckets of tears would have rained regardless, but the scene in question packed an even more powerful emotional wallop given it was set at the storage locker Cathy purchased and filled with a lifetime of birthday presents for her son, Adam, in season one.
"That was a really emotional scene to film," actor Gabriel Basso, who plays Adam, told ETonline. "It was my first day back filming on season four, and it was the same storage locker from season one, so there was this cool sense of the beginning and the end at the same time."
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Dark comedy “The Details,” starring Tobey Maguire, Elizabeth Banks, Laura Linney, Ray Liotta, Dennis Haysbert and Kerry Washington, is now out on DVD and Blu-ray. The film, called “[a]n offbeat, original, pitch dark comedy for adults” by Stephen Holden for The New York Times, will be available $29.99 for Blu-ray and $24.98 for the DVD. The Blu-ray and DVD special features include an alternate beginning and an alternate ending. The film focuses on a battle with gang of raccoons that leads to a story full of human absurdity: “When a family of hungry raccoons invade the bliss of Dr. Jeffery Lang’s fantastic new backyard (Tobey Maguire), he becomes obsessed with [ Read More ]
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An executive producer of Showtime’s upcoming drama “Ray Donovan” is denying wrongdoing after he was named by the FBI among the dozens of individuals allegedly involved in illegal gambling that resulted in dozens of arrests on Tuesday, in what federal authorities say is linked to an extensive money laundering operation run by two Russian-American organized crime organizations.
Bryan Zuriff, 43, was among those named in a federal indictment unsealed on Tuesday. He faces charges of operating an illegal gambling business and unlawful Internet gambling, according to the FBI. Zuriff is exec producer on the Showtime series, set to debut in June, but is not active in day-to-day production of the series. A former executive with Mark Gordon Co., home of “Ray Donovan,” Zuriff has served as an exec producer on pilot scripts for NBC and Starz, and his credits also include features “The Details” and “The Messenger.”
His attorney, Matthew Sloan, »
- Ted Johnson
In a bizarre story that reads like a Hollywood script, Bryan Zuriff, executive producer of Showtime‘s high-profile new drama series Ray Donovan, is among 34 people charged with running gambling operations that have allegedly laundered more than $100 million. The charges, a result of a massive FBI investigation, were unsealed today by the Manhattan U.S. Attorney, with the accused, including Zuriff, referred to as “alleged members and associates of Russian-American organized crime enterprises.” In the indictment, Zuriff is listed as a “fugitive”, though people close to him strongly dispute that characterization, which may also mean that he had not been arrested yet. Zuriff is charged with Operating an Illegal Gambling Business and Unlawful Internet Gambling, which carry a sentence of up to 10 years in prison. “The charges against Bryan Zuriff today came as a complete surprise to him,” said Zuriff’s attorney Matthew E. Sloan, partner at Skadden Arps in »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The Sundance Film Festival may be over, but that doesn’t mean that the year’s first major film fest doesn’t live on in our hearts – or our theaters and VOD apparatus. Like any good film festival, Sundance is not just a fun movie-watching playtime, it’s also a market for new films looking for a distribution home, even films that come complete with big stars (Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ashton Kutcher, Paul Rudd, the list goes on and on). But just because a film gets picked up at Sundance — and by a major company, to boot — doesn’t mean that it will get a big, fancy theatrical release in a timely fashion (see the Tobey Maguire- and Elizabeth Banks-starring The Details for proof of that), though it’s a damn good start. So, just which of the many films that bowed at the ‘dance will you be able to see at a theater (or couch »
- Kate Erbland
8 items from 2013
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