12:52 PM, 07/29/15
How Witney Carson Went From A Teenager With A Dream To An Emmy Nominee
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The Myth Of Marlon Brando Forms The Centerpiece Of 'Listen To Me Marlon'
Okay, so this "update" about MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE -- ROGUE NATION is a little late, but lateness isn't really an issue here, and there's a reason for that.
Trump's shoot-from-the-hip style is appealing to many at the moment, but outspokenness can quickly devolve into tantrum, which will eventually become a problem on the way to the Oval Office.
You'll notice that the trailer for "Trump: What's the Deal?" mentions that the film was made "some years ago." A quarter of a century later, here it is. What happened?
Given that Kenny Ortega made a fortune for the Mouse a decade ago when he directed High School Musical... Well, it only makes sense that -- as a reward -- Mickey would offer Kenny the Magic Kingdom's crown jewels.
Stevan Riley's achievement in making a biopic about a great subject, Marlon Brando, who, despite having died in 2004, nevertheless comes fully alive in his own voice. Brando's life was complicated.
Getting excited for the Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp Netflix series? Need a refresher on what happens in the movie? Only have limited time? Fear not! Here's everything you need to know -- as narrated by Samm Levine.
He's ridin' high in the polls. He's maintained altitude longer than most of the pundits predicted he could or would. And the media is compelled to cover (smother) him as long as his numbers hold. But set aside the circus and prognostications for a moment.
Donald Trump has broken the political contract with my party. The RNC should return the favor and bar him from the debates, even if it costs us the election
"So," I asked the woman with the Australian accent on the other end of the telephone line, "when did you find out your show has become a hit in the U.S.?" "When I got a call saying an American girl wanted to interview me!" she laughed.
In her debut documentary Saved in America I quizzed filmmaker and bombshell (not important, but she is) director Kim Sill about her journey protesting, benignly and politely (she is southern and a lady after all) in front of pet shops that sell puppies born and breed in puppy mills.
Hailey Sole is having a great summer. The 13-year-old is gearing up for the release of the Netflix series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.
Watch Ethan and his sexy spy friends as he wears super-realistic masks, hunts down moles, battles the inventor of a super bug, breaks into the Vatican, faces off with assassins, escapes from exploding bridges, infiltrates the Kremlin, gets in a bunch of car and motorcycle chases and hangs off the ceiling by wires, a lot.
Strength is a strange and malicious gift in Hollywood. In the few short weeks I have spent here, it has become unnervingly apparent that strength among women is no longer a sought-after personality trait. This dying evolution has been replaced by the harsh competition, brought on by a lack of trust in an already tough community.
"Jimmy's Hall" is the type of movie that your parents, church, government, bosses and landlords warned you about. The film, nominated for the Cannes Film Festival's highest honor, the Palme d'Or, shows how standing up to the powers that be may not always be rewarding.
Years ago in art school, my photography teacher told me the brain takes in more than what we are aware of. He pointed to some children kicking a ball around in the background of one of my pictures.