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Alexandra Park Is “Forever Grateful” For ‘The Royals’ And Continuing Acting Journey

 

During the times I’ve sat at roundtables to interview Alexandra Park, she’s always been refreshingly candid and insightful. Season four’s finale airs tonight on E! (10/9c), and in the video below Park discusses why she’s forever “grateful” for her experience on The Royals.

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Josh Henderson Reflects On ‘Popstars’ Beginnings And Baseball Background

 

In The Arrangement, Josh Henderson is Kyle West, a mega-star with secrets who engages in a marriage contract with TV actress Megan Morrison (Christine Evangelista). In the video below, Henderson talked about his own fateful journey in choosing a career in the entertainment industry over baseball.

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Kristin Chenoweth Talks ‘Class Rank’ And Trusting Your Gut

Kristin Chenoweth is front and center during the second season of Trial & Error’s second season which premieres July 19. I’ll be posting video of Chenoweth on that series closer to the date, but during the interview I asked her about Class Rank, a feature that hits theaters and On Demand May 11. Video below!

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Matt Lanter Praises ‘Timeless’ Universe: “We Tell Diverse Stories”

Each episode of Timeless feels like a movie, as this time travel program features excellent writing as well as insight on some of the landmark chapters of U.S. history. In the video below, actor Matt Lanter (“Wyatt Logan”) discusses the show’s diversity and discusses his appreciation for the passionate fan base . . . 

 

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‘Backstabbing For Beginners’ Review: Et Tu Ben Kingsley?

Based on Michael Soussan’s memoir, Backstabbing for Beginners tries to mix a heavy dose of truth and sprinkle it with thriller elements. For the most part it succeeds thanks to another standout performance from Ben Kingsley. 

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‘The House of Tomorrow’ Review: Coming-of-Age Drama Has A Great Future

Discovering movies that are absolute gems is a personal fixation, and one film that continues to resonate is The House of Tomorrow. It hits select Los Angeles and New York theaters today, and if you’re into perceptively written coming-of-age stories, this narrative should be worth your time and effort . . . 

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‘I Kill Giants’ Review: Madison Wolfe Powers Memorable And Enriching Tale

 

I Kill Giants, based on the comic book limited series from Joe Kelly and J.M. Ken Niimura, is a dark fantasy/coming-of-age drama that refuses to pull any punches, delivering a knockout story in the process. Spotlighting under the radar films is always a joy, and I Kill Giants snugly fits  into that category.

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