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Experience Disney’s Dark Side at the “Maleficent” Movie Premiere

October 30, 2015

Aside from that shocking part of "Bambi," Disney has worked hard to hide its dark side, until now. The brand's commitment to sunshine, rainbows and unbelievable Disney moments has taken a sharp left turn with the dark fantasy, "Maleficent," which is premiering in Hollywood on May 28, 2014. Fans of fairy tales, fantasies and crazy Tim Burton-style productions will love this dark spin on an ageless classic. The acting is top-notch, and the writing is exceptional thanks to Linda Woolverton, the greatest screenwriter you've never heard of--unless you're a super fan of "Beauty and the Beast" or "The Lion King." "Maleficent" takes movie fans back to 14th century France and into a magical world described in Charles Perrault's "Sleeping Beauty." He's the same guy who penned "Cinderella" and other ... Continue Reading...

Do You Have the Need to Attend the “Need for Speed” Premiere and After-Party?

October 30, 2015

Aaron Paul is mad, and he wants revenge. Not just because his hit TV show “Breaking Bad” has run its course. How could he be mad about that? He helped make that show, and that show made him. No, this time he’s mad because he was sent to jail for a crime he didn’t commit. In his upcoming action car-chase, bang-bang, blow them up film “Need for Speed,” he not only has a need for speed, he has a need for a heaping helping of good old fashioned vengeance. They say vengeance is a dish best served cold, but Tobey Marshall (Paul’s character) is serving it up piping hot on the hood of a high-octane car or two or even ten.  He enters a cross-country race packed with high-performance muscle cars and super duper four wheeled machines. Things really get r... Continue Reading...

“The Company You Keep” is Packed with Stars

October 30, 2015

Most films, it seems, rely on a couple A-list actors to hold it together. Supporting roles go to lesser known or unknown actors, probably for budget reasons. "The Company You Keep," which stars and was directed by Robert Redford, has a cast that's packed with a very impressive list of actors. Of course, Redford is an attraction unto himself. Anything with his name attached is usually gold. Maybe that's because he surrounds himself with great talent.   The Company You Keep boasts the talents of Julie Christie, whom Al Pacino called "the most poetic of all actresses." Other cast members include veterans Nick Nolte, Susan Sarandon, Terrence Howard, Shia LaBeouf and Sam Elliott, whose unmistakable voice is used in lots of TV ads.  The flick is about a former member of the radical 70... Continue Reading...