Pretty Little Liars actor Julian Morris is featured in the latest issue of Mr. Porter magazine. While the actor might best be known for his recurring role on The CW show, Morris has experimented with his work and has been featured in everything from sexually-driven love stories to slasher films.
Cory Monteith worked on two films before his tragic passing last month. In “McCanick,” Monteith plays a tormented drug dealer. In the second film, “All The Wrong Reasons,” he plays a department store manager who is struggling to find intimacy with his wife.
Jenni Rivera by Scott McDermott at the Celebs.com Studio at Sundance
CinemaCon is on in Vegas, serving up some big stars to get fans and theater owners excited about what’s coming up in the upcoming months… while Brad Pitt opened proceedings with a brief intro to World War Z, declaring the project one he did for his boys to see, the team behind Star Trek Into Darkness made their presence felt, taking to the red carpet with big guns blazing, check out the chats with the film’s Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Alice Eve and John Cho
Filly Brown opens this week – starring Lou Diamond Phillips and Edward James Olmos on screen together for the first time since Stand and Deliver, the film also introduces Gina Rodriguez as all sorts of awesome and Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera in her only big-screen performance before she was killed, tragically, in a plane crash, back in March.
It’s too early to talk Oscar, but this trailer has our blood boiling already – Chris Hemsworth and Daneil Bruhl get in their cars for Ron Howard to depict one of Formula 1′s greatest rivalries, check this trailer out for adrenaline
Scary Movie 5 opens this week, made scarier by the fact that tabloid faves Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan double team in the flick – check out this exclusive sneak peek: http://www.celebs.com/archives/lindsa…
We would definitely take a chance on Adam Sandler as our fave wedding singer, or Billy Idol — it’s a nice day for a white weddingggggg aaaah
BUT how about getting Country favorite Blake Shelton to sing at your shindig – well, that’s what Kelly Clarkson has up and done – with a bonus – not only is Shelton singing at their wedding, he’s OFFICIATING http://www.celebs.com/archives/blake-…
Yep, sing now or forever hold your peace.
Evil Dead screamed through the box office at the weekend, and its team, including Evil Dead O.G. Bruce Campbell, were on hand at Wondercon to talk the film up, check out some of what they had to say… http://www.celebs.com/archives/bruce-…
Also at Wondercon were the team behind “The End of The World” – have you ever thought about where you’d like to be if the world begins its final hours – did you say James Franco’s house? at a party with Seth Rogen, Michael Cera and Rihanna???
That’s precisely what’s going down in this flick – check out the trailer and these interviews… http://www.celebs.com/archives/this-i… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GV4LV7…
Speaking of The End of the World, Hermione, aka Emma Watson is ready to kick butt in that film, and she also features on the cover of Gentleman’s Quarterly this month – check out the pics http://www.celebs.com/archives/emma-w…
That’s it for us this week, our editor is off to the Sonoma International Film Festival to talk to Ray Liotta about “The Iceman” and to host a tribute to Weeds stars Mary Louise Parker and Demian Bichir – that’s pretty cool – and we’ll hopefully have some more of that up on the site in the next few days for you to check out!
“Blade Runner‘s” Sean Young stars in “Jug Face” alongside Sean Bridgers (“Deadwood“), Lauren Ashley Carter (“The Woman“) and Daniel Manche (Jack Ketchum’s “The Girl Next Door“). The screenplay won Slamdance’s screenplay competition in 2011 and writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle managed to find Andrew Van Den Houten to produce the film as his first feature effort with some remarkable names.
Now, fans will have an opportunity to see the flick, with it being slated for a release in July 2013 on VOD via Gravitas Ventures, followed by a national roll out to theaters. The team behind the film came by the Beyond Cinema Studio presented by Celebs.com for an exclusive interview with Celebs.com editor Elliot V. Kotek, and some cool portraits by photographer Scott McDermott.
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Ada, her family and a small isolated backwoods community worship a mysterious pit. The pit has the power to heal and protect all who honor it but at a deadly price…it demands an occasional sacrifice. The pit communicates through the local potter who, while in a trance, crafts ceramic jugs that carry the face of a person to be sacrificed to the entity that lives within it. Ada has a secret about the latest jug face that she’s determined to keep hidden but the pit demands a sacrifice and unleashes an evil onto the community until it gets who it really wants.
Isaiah Washington (as John Allen Muhammad) and Tequan Richmond (as Lee Boyd Malvo) star alongside Tim Blake Nelson and Joey Lauren Adams in “Blue Caprice” by Alexandre Moors. Capturing the moments leading up to the Beltway sniper attacks in D.C. the film opened New Directors New Films at the Lincoln Center in New York last night.
A couple of months ago, the Blue Caprice team came into the Beyond Cinema Studio presented by Celebs.com for portrait photos by Scott McDermott and an interview with ed-in-chief Elliot Kotek. Check em out: