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All good things must, and often times do, come to an end. Sad reality to life. And Justin Theroux’s HBO drama The Leftovers appears to have just implemented that credo. Read the rest of this entry »
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby trailer, starring hotness James McAvoy and NY resident – and all around beauty – Jessica Chastain, has arrived and, by the looks of it, it looks to be a total tear-jerk-er. Read the rest of this entry »
Andre Benjamin channels the great Jimi Hendrix in the new biopic “Hendrix: All Is By My Side,” slated to hit theaters this September 26th. Read the rest of this entry »
Model turned actor Tyson Beckford is to costar in the new film “Addicted,” opposite Cuban hotness William Levy and beauty Sharon Leal – based on the hit novel by Zane. Read the rest of this entry »
The folks behind The Amazing Spider-Man 2 are wasting no time! Just a few short months ago the production company had all but commandeered NYC while filming exterior scenes for the 2nd installment of the rebooted franchise and lo-and-behold here we have a trailer for the Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone blockbuster. Read the rest of this entry »
Man. God. Hero. That is a whole lot to live up to. And from the looks of this trailer, which is riddled with enough flesh to make any gay man hungry, blond hotness Kellan Lutz is a rising star ready to tackle the challenge in his upcoming flick “Hercules: The Legend Begins.” Read the rest of this entry »
There’s a Black Nativity trailer out. The film, starring Jennifer Hudson, Forest Whitaker and Angela Bassett, based on the Langston Hughes play, filmed in the Harlem section of NYC this past year, looks to have been expedited by director Kasi Lemmons to get it prepped and ready for a post-Thanksgiving/pre-Christmas release.
Assuredly thanks in large part to the group of talented cast, for sure. Read the rest of this entry »
The teaser looks to be fueled by sexual overtones and gay glee.
It may not be OSCAR material but, in our humble opinion, this looks, to us, as if this will be a laugh from start to finish for the man responsible for the meteoric rise of Spanish cross-over Hollywood fixtures like Penelope Cruz, Antonio Banderas and Hugo Silva – who also star in the film.
Expect a 2013 installment to a art theater near you.