Premiering March 17 on NBC, One Big Happy centers on Lizzy (Happy Endings alum Elisha Cuthbert) and Luke (Nick Zano), lifelong best friends who decide to raise a family. Lizzy’s a lesbian and Luke seems like the eternal bachelor – until he gets married to a British girl named Prudence (Kelly Brook). Ellen DeGeneres is an executive producer of the freshman show.
Having strong and wonderful women in his life should be an embarrassment of riches for Luke, but this unconventional family dynamic does have its share of issues (hence the comedy).
During our interview with the actors, Zano talked about the “fear bond” he has with Cuthbert and Brook during their tape nights of One Big Happy (Cuthbert humorously describes it as a “terror bond”).
Whether you’ve spent your gaming years within the Metroid, Zelda, and Mario universe, Nintendo’s sense of imagination and universe has never been lacking. Whether the Mushroom Kingdom or Hollywood are a perfect match is debatable (anyone remember 1993’s Super Mario Bros.?), but this year Nintendo has come out with their own special (and tongue-in-cheek) awards to honor this year’s Oscar nominees.
Cake, the 2014 drama which featured a critically acclaimed (and Golden Globe nominated) performance from Jennifer Aniston, comes out on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD April 21 via Fox Home Entertainment.
The storyline centers on Claire Bennett (Jennifer Aniston), an abrasive woman whose addiction to pills and alienating behavior is rooted in a past tragedy. When a member (Anna Kendrick) of her support group commits suicide, Claire seeks out the woman’s husband (Sam Worthington) and strikes up an unlikely bond. Cake also stars Chris Messina (The Newsroom), Mamie Gummer, and Adriana Barazza.
Blu-ray and DVD Special Features:
1. “The Many Layers of Cake: Learning to Live Again
2. The Icing on the Cake: Meet the Cast
3. Theatrical Trailer
St. Vincent, one of last year’s most beloved films, was buoyed by inspired performances by a stellar ensemble ( Bill Murray, Naomi Watts, Jaeden Lieberher, Melissa McCarthy) and top notch storytelling from writer/director Ted Melfi.
50 to 1, the true story of Mine That Bird’s surprising victory at the 2009 Kentucky Derby, hits DVD and Digital HD on April 28 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Skeet Ulrich (Scream, Law & Order: LA) stars as Mine That Bird’s trainer Chip Woolley with Christian Kane co-starring as the horse’s owner Mark Allen.
It’s safe to say inventor Thomas Alva Edison changed the way humanity heard and saw the world, thanks to his revolutionary contributions to sound recording (the phonograph), electric light, and motion pictures. The documentary American Experience: Edison (PBS Distribution, 120 minutes), written and directed by Michelle Ferrari, is an engaging and illuminating look at the “wizard of Menlo Park.”
Beat cop Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) is as tough as they come, but she and partner Roman (Brian Geraghty) may have met their match after their guns and radios are confiscated. Their bloody and life threatening encounter is front and center with tonight’s Chicago P.D. episode “Do What You Do” (NBC, 10 pm et/pt).
Last year was a huge one for Joywave with the release of their EP How Do You Feel? (the track “Tongues,” featured on the FIFA 15 soundtrack, is ridiculously catchy). The group’s debut album How Do You Feel Now? is slated for an April 21 release via Cultco Music/Hollywood Records, and they will also join Bleachers on a spring U.S. tour in support of their album.
The Badgley Mischka Fall 2015 Fashion Show took place today at the Theatre at Lincoln Center, as the collection is an inspired hybrid of Modernist architecture and the matador lifestyle. The collection speaks my language since it has its share of cinematic inspirations. The films Blood and Sand (that’s the Tyrone Power matador movie) and The Fountainhead (the Gary Cooper/Patricia Neal movie based on the Ayn Rand novel) are two of the collection’s aesthetic influences.
This is all a prelude to saying there’s a ton of images featuring beautiful, fashion forward people, and their visages are seen below: