Mario Van Peebles came by his talent honestly and has amassed an impressive body of work, establishing himself both as a successful actor and an important contributor to the new generation of black filmmakers
It's been a busy week in sunny LA. I hung out with Mischa Barton at the opening of Growze, and Perez Hilton's 34th birthday party with my friend, Irish popstar, Nadine Coyle, who's going to be a judge on America Next Top Model
ALL the stars turned out en masse to Valentino Rodeo Drive flagship store in Beverly Hills Actress Rose McGowan, singer Ciara, Molly Sims, Ellie Kemper, Kim Kardashian, Cat Deeley, Nicky Hilton and top stylist Rachel Zoe looked super glamorous in their evening attire
Die hard New Yorker Edward Burns recently sat down with a select group of journalists to discuss, among other topics, his latest film, “Man On A Ledge,” a fun pop-corn caper film loaded with interesting twists and turns.
Ed Lauter's has had a stunning 45 year career ranging with films ranging from Hitchcock to Weinstein. His film career has extended for over four decades and he has starred in a plethora of film and television productions since making his big screen debut in the 1972 western "The Magnificent Seven Ride"
“Man On A Ledge,” directed by Asger Leth, this is a caper movie with lots of plot twists and turns. The cast includes Ed Harris, Edward Burns, Jamie Bell, Anthony Mackie, Titus Welliver, Genesis Rodriguez, and Kyra Sedgwick
Topher Grace’s foray into show business began at the ripe old age of 20 at which time he was a student at USC. He was cast in “That 70s Show” and thus embarked on the road to a successful acting career.
“Martha Marcy May Marlene,” is a compelling psychological thriller that mines the depths of the cult experience of a young woman played by Elizabeth Olsen, who gives a break out, “Oscar buzz” performance as the troubled Martha.
In Part 2 of this deeply personal interview, Sheen candidly discusses his spiritual re-awakening and the responsibilities it created. The following conversation was conducted in the Tavis Smiley Green Room and has been edited for print purposes
Estevez’s latest film is “The Way,” an inspirational, poignant film, beautifully written and directed, and stars Martin Sheen as Tom, an ophthalmologist who lives a very cushy, insulated California life