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Gaius Charles, Michael Irby, And Brooklyn Sudano Reflect On Acting Origins (“Taken”)

 

One of the reasons why I’m appreciating Taken is how each actor seems emotionally invested into their respective role. A part of that believability comes with the ensemble that anchors the show, and in the video below Gaius Charles, Michael Irby, and Brooklyn Sudano talk about their acting origins.

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‘Resistance’ DVD Giveaway From Deepest Dream

 

I’ll be coordinating much more DVD and Blu-ray giveaways on Deepest Dream, and with that in mind I’m giving away One (1) Sealed, never used DVD of Resistance. Film stars Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex), Tom Wlaschiha, Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones), and Andrea Riseborough (Birdman, Oblivion). Entry details below!!

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‘Altitude’ With Dolph Lundgren And Denise Richards Hits Blu-Ray In June

 

Truth to tell, the last time I saw Denise Richards in a flick was the first rate and underrated thriller Wild Things. She gets top billing over Chuck Liddell and Dolph Lundgren in Altitude. Blu-ray details available after the jump!

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Josh Holloway Discusses “Another World” Behind ‘Colony’ Mysteries

 

Great news for Colony fans as the show has just been renewed for a third season. The second season finale airs Thursday night (USA, 10 pm et/pt), and we have video of Josh Holloway talking about the “double-edged sword” aspect of doing the show. Plus, he talks about the “another world” aspect of Colony.

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Blu-ray Pick: ‘Miss Hokusai’ Spotlights the Bold, Talented Daughter of a Famous Japanese Painter

Miss Hokusai, now out on DVD and Blu-ray, is a film that is notable as much for its own meta-history as it is for the story depicted within. From Production I.G., the anime studio responsible for the beloved Ghost in the Shell series, and award-winning director Keiichi Hara, Miss Hokusai presents the true story of the prolific Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai (also known as Tetsuzo) and his lesser known but just as talented daughter O-Ei. Though the film doesn’t adhere to any sort of traditional plot structure – which can make the pacing feel rather slow and disjointed – it offers compelling character portraits of a historical figure who rightfully deserve a larger spotlight.

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Exclusive: Sophie Tweed-Simmons Talks ‘Country Crush’ And Music Journey

 

Country Crush is a musical that’s available starting March 14 (it’s a Walmart exclusive) and I’ll be posting a review this week on Hollywood Outbreak. I really enjoyed the performances and music featured in the project (if you love old-fashioned entertainment that’s filled with good songs, this may be your cup of tea).

Actress/singer Sophie Tweed-Simmons, who plays a sassy and uninhibited woman named Ainsley in the feature, talked about Country Crush and her own promising music career. Check out our interview after the jump!

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‘American Crime’ Delivers “Cascade Effect” With Immersive Storylines

Along with its deft and balanced handling of topical issues, American Crime explores the fabric of humanity from different locations. The third season, premiering tonight, takes place in Alamance County, North Carolina, as immigration, sex trafficking, and class struggles are all part of this eight-episode universe.  During this year’s ABC TCA panel, the ensemble and creator John Ridley gave us a preview of this highly anticipated season.

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