“As a writer, you’re always an observer,” says Sian Heder, an Orange Is The New Black scribe who’s the director/writer of the new film Tallulah. Centering on an impulsive yet often well meaning young woman (Ellen Page is Tallulah) who steals a baby from a neglectful mother (Tammy Blanchard) at a New York Hotel, the feature is an uncompromising tale that blends melodrama, dark humor, pathos, and a sliver of fantasy into the mix. Allison Janney co-stars as Margo, the mother of Tallulah’s boyfriend (Evan Jonigkeit).
Continue reading Exclusive: Writer/Director Sian Heder Talks ‘Tallulah’ And Writing Process
Opening August 5 in select theaters and on Netflix, The Little Prince is an adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s transcendent tale of adventure, love, and family. Director Mark Osborne, best known for his 2008 feature Kung Fu Panda, crafts this adaptation with a modern day spin, as a little girl (Interstellar’s Mackenzie Foy) befriends her next door neighbor (Jeff Bridges), a retired aviator who refuses to grow up.
Continue reading Mackenzie Foy Talks ‘The Little Prince’ Journey And Lasting Memories
I really love Warner Archive’s latest Blu-ray release Dark Passage, a film noir about Vincent Parry (Humphrey Bogart), a recently escaped convict who is trying to prove he didn’t murder his wife. Lauren Bacall is Irene Jansen, a rich young woman who has her own reasons for giving temporary shelter in her tony residence.
Continue reading Blu-Ray Pick: Warner Archive’s ‘Dark Passage’ Is A Bogart & Bacall Classic
The Voice alum and Nashville based recording artist Tony Lucca releases his digital EP Tony Lucca: Sessions Vol 2: Muscle Shoals on August 5, 2016 via Rock Ridge Music. The three track collection originates from Lucca’s recording session in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and this creative journey was a memorable one for the singer-songwriter.
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Most of director Luc Besson’s body of work is praised for its visually eye-catching action set pieces and epic scope, but it’s also obvious that his celebration of strong minded and courageous women is a focal point in his storytelling.
Continue reading Cara Delevingne Talks ‘Valerian’ Journey With Luc Besson
The talented actors and producers of Bones made what one would assume is their final appearance at San Diego’s Comic-Con as they previewed the show’s 12th and final season. First off, showrunner/executive producer Michael Peterson said two recurring characters will be killed off on the final season, but the all of the actors featured on the panel (Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Tamara Taylor, Eugene Byrd, and John Boyd) will have their characters alive and kicking by the series finale.
Continue reading Emily Deschanel Wants “Happy Ending” With ‘Bones’
Don’t let the zombie thriller aspect fool you, as Train To Busan is actually a horror thriller with tons of heart and soul. Director Yeon Sang-Ho emphasizes melodramatic elements into his finely tuned and propulsive narrative, giving viewers a first rate moviegoing experience.
Continue reading Review: ‘Train To Busan’ Is Zombie Madness With A Ton of Soul