Notice anything different about the above film premiere photo? Well, you should, because there hasn’t been an American film premiere photo like this in a quarter of a century: Crazy Rich Asians is the first all-Asian cast since The Joy
It’s hard to believe that it has been ten years since Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried first graced the screen as the dynamic mother-daughter duo of Donna and Sophie whom we’ve come to know in love in the original Mamma Mia!
I’m one of those people that just doesn’t cry while watching movies. Don’t get me wrong, I understand why the tears start flowing when watching The Notebook. But I’m more of a bawling-when-watching-military-homecomings-than-when-actors-are-playing-out-sad-scenes type of gal. However, I might be meeting
I don’t consider myself a “Star Wars” fan. I’ve seen the movies. I’ve admired Harrison Ford’s good looks. I plan on selling my brother’s movie collection for big money someday. But after seeing the newly released trailer for “Star Wars: The
If you’re a Mean Girls fans you know the importance of October 3rd. If you’re not, please watch the movie before reading this post, or for those of who who prefer it cliff note style, here’s a short clip from
In a Heartbeat is a 4 minute Pixar-like movie made by Beth David and Esteban Bravo, two Ringling College of Art and Design students, as their computer animation thesis. It has now taken on a larger front than just a
We all know him from Holes, but Shia LaBeouf‘s career has been a ride from start to finish – I mean it’s not over yet, but who else has had both a cartoon and an opera made about an alternate