There just is no arguing with a legacy! The Hobbit might have come to an end as a trilogy, but Fans certainly won't say goodbye to it without a bang!
It's been far too long since we've heard from our favourite Ladies of Litchfield and just in time for the Holidays we get a v. special rendition of 12 Days of Christmas!
We will never get enough of WILL FERRELL!! The Funnyman who surprised us at TIFF '14 next can be seen in what seems like a litany of hilarity, GET HARD!
The accolades are almost universal for Bradley Cooper's work in Clint Eastwood's AMERICAN SNIPER and although we were intrigued by a Teaser we saw a few months back, this new Trailer is the real deal. And do we ever get it!
Just as we were getting excited to see THE INTERVIEW next week, this bit of disheartening news was announced today by a malice-plagued Sony Pictures. It was decided that the Assassination-Comedy will no longer be released on Christmas Day shortly following anonymous threat of 9/11-type attacks to theatres showing the Film.
It may have taken a while, but things are heating up quickly for British-born, American-based Actress Katherine Waterston, seen widely as a Contender in the Best Supporting Actress category. Best known for her work on HBO's Boardwalk Empire and a slew of Indie Films, Waterston was handpicked by Paul Thomas Anderson (The Master, Boogie Nights) in the breakthrough role of Shasta…
The names Billy Magnussen and Mackenzie Mauzy may have you scrambling for the IMDB App on your phone, but come Christmas, millions around the World will fall in love with them. The two Actors are in Toronto for a two-day Press Tour in support of Rob Marshall's INTO THE WOODS, which is set to pull-in huge numbers at the Box…
You must see this hilarious sketch from self-professed "Guy's Girl" Liz (Nick Kroll) from Comedy Central's The Nick Kroll Show! Somehow she thinks that James Franco and Seth Rogen's new Film The Interview is actually about an assassination attempt on Kim Kardashian.
If there was any one Film gaining rapid momentum this Awards Season, that certainly would be SELMA! The Martin Luther King Jr.
Known widely in the early 2000s as the Princess of Hip-Hop/R&B, Ashanti and Murder Inc. ruled the airwaves with an iron fist.