Now available for pre-order on iTunes and Vudu, My Father’s Vietnam centers on the experiences of three men who served in the Vietnam War. Director Soren Sorensen initially started the project to learn more about his own father’s (Peter Sorensen) experiences in the military, and what evolved over last decade turned into something much larger than originally intended. Hollywood Outbreak talked to Soren Sorensen about his experiences in making My Father’s Vietnam, a subtly crafted documentary which gives voice to three brave and honorable men who served their country.
Continue reading Exclusive: ‘My Father’s Vietnam’ Interview With Director Soren Sorensen
The oft-used phrase “you either have it or you don’t” can be applied to that elusive word called “chemistry,” and “The Night Shift” stars have been lucky enough to land on the right side of that equation. While promoting the show during the NBC/Universal Summer Press Tour, Scott Wolf, who was part of a talented ensemble early in his career with “Party of Five,” succinctly (and humorously) explained why “The Night Shift” is clicking on all cylinders.
Continue reading Scott Wolf Talks ‘The Night Shift’ Chemistry With Eoin Macken & Robert Bailey Jr.
…And then there were eight. But after weeks of being kind with the cuts, The Voice axe will get in some major work this week as the field gets cut in half after the latest performances. So without further adieu, let’s see how the remaining Voice competitors did in their biggest moments of the season. Continue reading The Voice Semifinals: Hard Choices Await as More Than Four Score
Set in the 1970s sunshine haze of Los Angeles, “The Nice Guys” centers on Holland March (Ryan Gosling), a hapless private eye who teams up with professional badass Jackson Healy (Russell Crowe) to find a missing girl. Upon their journey, the pair uncover a conspiracy that is way above their pay grade.
Continue reading Ryan Gosling: Choosing ‘The Nice Guys’ Was A “No-Brainer”
Now playing nationwide, “The Darkness” centers on a family (Kevin Bacon, Radha Mitchell, Lucy Fry, David Mazouz) who unwittingly bring supernatural forces back to their suburban neighborhood after a Grand Canyon trip.
Continue reading Radha Mitchell & Lucy Fry Name Favorite Scary Movies (“The Darkness”)
For those few not in the know, The Decline of Western Civilization is a seminal documentary directed by Penelope Spheeris. The project takes an in-depth look at the 1980 Los Angeles punk scene as seen through the eyes of such bands as Black Flag, X, The Germs, Catholic Discipline, and Circle Jerks.
Continue reading Blu-Ray: ‘The Decline of Western Civilization’ Spotlights Punk Rock’s L.A. Ascension
Ian Ziering’s early success with Beverly Hills 90210 and his run as the action hero behind the Sharknado franchise are just two credits in a career that spans several decades. During last month’s NBC/Universal TCA Summer press tour, I asked Ziering about the origins of his work ethic.
Continue reading VIDEO: Ian Ziering Talks Work Ethic And Father’s Sacrifice
Hey! Who turned off the power? As we head into the Top 9 performances on The Voice, some of the night’s top performances were turned in by typical powerhouses who flipped the switch and showcased vulnerability and restraint rather than relying on the rasp, the raw and the power of their voices. So let’s get into the Top 9 performances, which shows a shakeup in the Top 5. Continue reading The Voice Top 9: Ruling With Restraint
Happy Mother’s Day to everyone, and since I’ve been blessed with a strict and extremely loving mother, I wanted to share some insight from Julie Chrisley, the matriarch behind the USA’s Chrisley Knows Best.
Continue reading Julie Chrisley Talks ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ & Motherhood
Southern Charm, now in its third season, airs Monday evenings on Bravo (9/8c). To be honest, I’ve yet to check out the show as I’m way too busy attempting to watch 1,000 movies by the end of 2016. That being said, interviewing Cameran Eubanks and Shep Rose was a delight, as the close friends came off as likable and forthright while promoting Southern Charm last month at the Four Seasons Hotel (Westlake Village, Ca.).
Continue reading Shep Rose And Cameran Eubanks Praise ‘Southern Charm’ of Charleston