A Case of You (2013)
The 16-year-old Indiana native, known for her uniquely soulful voice, closed out Monday night’s Top 10 performances with a stripped down version of “Lucky” by Britney Spears wearing just a white t-shirt and jeans on a bare stage. Though Agen said she related deeply to the song, she admitted that she had never been a big fan of the pop superstar prior to the performance.
“It was a complete shock to me that I even sang this song,” Agen told reporters after the live show. “It wasn’t expected at all. I
Continue reading ‘Literally, Right Before Aaron’ Trailer: Justin Long Goes To Cobie Smulders’ Wedding at The Playlist.
Justin Long stars as our would-be white guy hero Adam who is still nursing a break-up with Allison (Cobie Smulders) who recently
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Also new to Netflix in December: New comedy specials from Mike Epps and Brent Morin, Adam Sandler's controversial "The Ridiculous 6," the buzzy transgender indie drama "Tangerine" and "Queen of Earth," starring "Mad Men"'s Elisabeth Moss.
Here's what's coming to Netflix in December 2015.
Available Dec. 1
"30 for 30: Chasing Tyson" (2015)
"50 Shades of They": Season 1
"A Christmas Star" (2015)
"A Genius Leaves the Hood: The Unauthorized Story of Jay Z" (2014)
"Broadchurch": Season 2
"Christmas Wedding Baby" (2014)
"The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury" (2004)
"Cradle 2 the Grave" (2003)
"Detectorists": Season 1
"I'm Brent Morin" (2015, Netlix Original)
"Jenny's Wedding" (2015)
"Las magicas historias de Plim Plim": Season 1
"Real Rob": Season 1 (2015)
"See You In Valhalla" (2015)
"Stir of Echoes" (1999)
"Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming" (2007)
"That Touch of Mink
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“I’m so sorry. The mushroom cheeseburger with truffle aioli and shoestring onions fell on the floor and it’s covered in kitchenskank*. And it was the last one left. But you’re going to absolutely go nuts for this spaghetti squash entree. Don’t scowl — just try it!
Mustard has two feature films screening at Sliff – Growing Up And Other Lies and I Believe In Unicorns.
She joins previous Women in Film Award winners Yvonne Welbon, Barbara Hammer, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Marsha Hunt, Ry Russo-Young, Pamela Yates, Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg, and Nina Davenport.
Directors Darren Grodsky & Danny Jacobs Growing Up And Other Lies stars Adam Brody (The O.C.), Josh Lawson (House of Lies), Wyatt Cenac (The Daily Show), Amber Tamblyn (Two and a Half Men). After living for years as a struggling artist in New York City, Jake is calling it quits and returning home to Ohio. On his last day in the city, he persuades his three oldest friends to help him retrace their greatest adventure together: a walk down the entire length of Manhattan. The film shows Sat.
Grobman also was an exec producer on the Michael Shannon-Chris Evans crime drama “The Iceman” and James Cox’s indie dramedy “Straight A’s,” both of which co-star Campbell.
The duo scored with 2013’s “Texas Chainsaw 3D,” which took in $47 million worldwide.
But don’t label them as horror queens.
“We’ve done a lot of different things,” says Campbell, whose acting credits include “Drive Angry,” “The Mechanic” and a fair amount of genre. “We were nominated for an Emmy for (documentary) ‘Brave Miss World,’ ” she adds, and their list also includes exec producing duties on “She’s Funny That Way,
• Johnny Depp (Black Mass) is reportedly in negotiations to star as Harry Houdini in Lionsgate/Summit’s upcoming film, The Secret Life of Houdini: The Making of America’s First Superhero. Directed by Red 2′s Dean Parisot and based on
The project is based on the memoir of the same name written by Navy Seal sniper Chris Kyle, who has the most confirmed kills of any sniper in U.S. military history. Sienna Miller is playing the soldier's wife, who is raising his kids while he is off fighting overseas. Clint Eastwood reportedly spent the past week deciding between Sienna Miller and Jaimie Alexander (Thor: The Dark World) for the role. Kate Mara was a contender for the role, but she was forced to drop out after signing on to play Sue Storm in The Fantastic Four.
Jason Dean Hall (Paranoia, Spread) wrote the adapted screenplay, with Bradley Cooper, Andrew Lazar and Peter Morgan producing. Shooting is scheduled to begin next month.
The point is it’s time to think about actresses in a big way. Today’s topic: the 10 greatest losing Best Actress nominees of the past 10 years. Forget “winning performances” like Sandra Bullock in The Blind Side or Reese Witherspoon in Walk the Line. These are the runners-up whose work also deserved formal, fabulous recognition. (Keep in mind I’m not necessarily saying these actresses should’ve won, but I will tell you who they were up against.)
10. Annette Bening, The Kids are All Right
Lost to: Natalie Portman in Black Swan
Natalie Portman’s win
A shy guy goes to extremes to impress the girl of his dreams in this witty romantic comedy. Young Brooklyn writer Sam works for publisher Alan passionlessly cranking out novelizations of junk movies like Teen Vampire. But his real creative challenge comes when he falls for Birdie, the cute and quirky barista at his local coffee shop. When his
"Dallas Buyers Club"
What's It About? Based on a true story, "Dbc" stars Matthew McConaughey as Ron Woodroof, a good old boy diagnosed with HIV and given 30 days to live. He begins importing non-fda approved drugs into the Us to treat himself and begins selling them to other people living with HIV as part of a buyers club. Jared Leto plays his business partner and friend Rayon, a transgender woman who also has HIV.
Why We're In: Although "Dbc" has been criticized for some of its more liberal interpretation of the facts, strong performances have earned this movie six Oscar nominations.
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"Jules and Jim" (Criterion)
What's It About? Two friends fall in love with the same woman, played by the legendary Jeanne Moreau, in this incredible French New Wave film by François Truffaut.
Why We're In: The movie
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