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It's New York. The sin-ty that never sleeps in an effort to bilk the entire world out of every Koruna they can. You know who I'm talking about Goldman Sachs et al., don't ya? But, there are some real people left in NY that have rich movie star friends that like to make little shorts and convince their Vivendi "friends" to produce.
It's littered with stars, just look at the list below, and yet it's still kinda interesting. There are stories, enjoyable ones, that are worth telling from this group. Surprising I know. It might not be as satisfying as a full on, well written love story, but occasionally, compilations are worth it.
There is much erne in this montage of New York love seekers. So much so, that I emplore you to not skip the snacks for this one. You'll need them to help you look away during a few moments of uber erne-ness. A shy, coy glance at the raisnettes will do the trick.read more
Inglourious Basterds (2009) Full Metal Kill Bill with some pithy Pulp Fiction tucked in it's trousers. And some smirking Brad Pitt as a 1944 Rico Suave to boot. And speaking of boots...lot's of boots. Yet, very little of the "knocking of boots." QT seems to shy away from those scenes a bit even though Nazi occupied France was probably even more sexed than normal.
Film Industry Bash in Beverly Hills Hosted by ACEFEST and presented by Back Stage™, this is one party you don't want to miss! A chance to rub shoulders with the entertainment industry's movers and shakers for 6 hours of networking bliss! Last month's event at Amnesia Nightclub in NYC sold-out beyond capacity in less than one week! $10 ($5 for limited time) is a small price to pay for this priceless opportunity. Entry proceeds go to benefit future programming of ACEFEST's preservation of American independent cinema!
Zombieland (2009) View now and get a zombiebat for free as a thank you for your time, and effort, completing this movie. After which you will need a double tap of strong beer to kill the broad comedic nuggets rattling around in your zombie loving noggin.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009) Death Eaters...ummm, Death Eaters. Homer should be so lucky to have slice of death, oh wait, he has. In fact, hasn't Homer eaten everything by now? Anyway...
Julie & Julia (2009) It's Nora Ephron! It's Amy Adams! It's Meryl Streep! Very good master of the obvious, action junkie 35 year-old kiddie - you have described the movie's "chick lineage" accurately and succinctly. Now go back to your buffo wings and let the adults talk.
After three years of reboots, prequels and sequels, the market for original screenplays finally sizzle again in Hollywood. No less than 18 spec scripts - movie scripts written without a contract - was sold in October. This is the highest number since before the monthly Writers Guild strike in 2007-2008. The projects range from a film about the code-cracking mathematician Alan Turing to a "found footage" thriller centered on the killer hurricane for a comedy consultant relationship is likely to star Ken Jeong from "The Hangover." "We knew that 2011 would be the hot market specifications in...
Apple's always been one to think differently, and never miss a chance to make a buck along the way. So this year, it looks like they're offering the best Black Friday deal yet...if you're an Apple stockholder. "A magical and revolutionary device at an unbelievable price." Indeed.
You would think from all the horror films you've watched in you're years, that fear is now behind you. Wrong. Paranormal Activity 2, the sequel of the biggest phenomenal horror film, will squeeze shut your eyes and make you feel an intense insomnia on you're shoulder. This film is so unlike others, in the sense that it's a new taste of horror. To start off, I can't argue enough how much this film is nothing like the Blair Witch Project. When others compare both films and say Paranormal got it's idea from it, it's total stupidity. The development of Paranormal Activity 2 is based off the...
Emma Stone may have taken the Easy A route to Gwen Stacy in Spider-Man (reboot), but there is one part that may be more... resilient than it seems. She's sat in the background watching and waiting for her spotlight and I think now's the time. Elizabeth Brant. Betty to her friends and there are many. Some have rumored Zooey Descahanel, and others pine for Elizabeth Banks who's already had the forgotten part in the previous Spider-Man movies. But whom ever gets it, keep in mind, Betty is no push-over. As a tough girl from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Betty has the goods. She's smart and savvy,...
Public Enemies (2009) "What is it exactly you do for a living?" We've all heard it, but can any actor say "I'm John Dillinger. I rob banks." and really pull it off? Maybe. Depp is wild card in his own right, if movie star was not on his resume, he'd probably be robbing banks about now. In France. With Vanessa "Bonnie" Paradis in tow, even though Dillinger is no "Clyde," he does channel Clyde within his explosive personality. "What else you need to know?"
One of the things UTA is famous for is the elusive "UTA Job List". The list includes many assistant position job listings for agent/publicist/manager hopefuls. UTA will not confirm the existence of such a list, but it does indeed exist and is only available to those with connections to people within Hollywood to be able to obtain it. More entertainment jobs at FLiXER's Job Board. NOTE: Unless specific permission is given within the listing, DO NOT CALL about positions or to follow up.