Pierce Brosnan As Villain In “Shattered”
Pierce Brosnan is more than 007. Always the hero, he shows a new side. The truly scary bad guy.5 Greatest Movie Action Heroes
Action heroes in cinema have blazed across the screen in a variety of ways. What follows are a diverse group of characters that have become pop culture icons.Christoph Waltz: A Biography
Christoph Waltz knew at an early age that acting would be his life. Born into a theater family, Waltz found the stage his home and the place where he felt most comfortable. Although he launched his career in 1977 on German television, he earned the badge of international superstar only after thirty-two years.The Bourne Legacy: Not Worth the Cost of a Ticket
I’ve enjoyed the Jason Bourne movies. It’s been a while since I’ve seen them, and I don’t remember all the details, but I know I walked out feeling like I’d been entertained and it was fun. Last night my husband (AKA the sexy Russian Prince, Dmytry Karpov) and I went to see this newest release, The Bourne Legacy. While it didn’t suck rotten tomatoes, it really wasn’t worth a rare date night. I’d have been happier watching it on Netflix.Flat TV Stands: Compact and Elegant
Flat TV Stands are compact & elegant piece of furniture that can be used to hold your television, and also provides you with storage space to keep your DVDs and other accessories. Televisions nowadays are in much bigger screen sizes, which mean you also need to consider how you are going to set it up at home. In addition, the television screen is used for many more things, besides just watching the various channels.Can’t Quit You: How Heath Ledger Lives On
When Heath Ledger was found dead in his apartment on Jan. 22, 2008, the movie world was rocked on its heels. The Australian-born actor, who was only twenty-eight, was later determined to have died as a result of an overdose of prescription pills in his apartment in the exclusive Soho district of New York.Script Coverage – How To Get Your Break As A Screenplay Writer
Are you a writer who is hoping to make it big in Hollywood with a great script? Script writing can be a very lucrative line of work, but only as long as you make it past various obstacles that stand in your way. Even the less famous film makers are bombarded with hundreds of scripts every year and they will only look at the ones that seem promising at first sight. This is where script coverage comes in. It refers to a summary of the script that is limited to three pages at the very maximum. Only if the summary is compelling enough will a film maker agree to find out more about the script.Similarities and Differences Between “Horrible Bosses” and “Identity Thief”
On the surface, it would seem like the joining factor between “Identity Thief” and “Horrible Bosses” is actor Jason Bateman, who headlines both films. Though this is arguably the biggest similarity, there are actually quite a few other similarities between the two movies and a few contrasts as well. In “Horrible Bosses,” Bateman plays Nick Hendricks, a man who has worked really hard to please his boss Mr. Harken (Kevin Spacey), who is a bit of a sociopath. No matter how hard he works…My Top 5 Romantic Movies
Romantic movies are the perfect escape for me. They represent a world I wish I lived in, a world of sunshine and happy endings. The following are five movies I love to curl up on my couch with.Have You Ever Tried Explaining Your Favorite TV Show?
Imagine trying to explain your favorite TV show to someone who’s never watched your favorite TV show. Well, it’s about a pie maker who can bring people back from the dead…kinda…but he can’t touch them once they’re alive. So he can’t touch his girlfriend…or his dog…or else they’ll die…Oh also, he solves crimes.Jasmine Guy: An American Legend
This article was written about the legendary actress Jasmine Guy. It discusses her influence on American television.James Franco Balances Education and Acting
Well-known actor and filmmaker James Franco was born on April 19, 1978 in Palo Alto, California. Franco began experimenting with acting while still attending Palo Alto High School. After graduating, Franco attended the University of California with the intention of majoring in English, but he later dropped out and elected to pursue acting as a full-time career.