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.
On the week of 4/20, the week “Marley” ascends into theaters, Celebs.com’s Angela Bakke talks to Bob Marley‘s friend Neville Garrick, his sons Ziggy, Robbie and Rohan, and daughters Cedella and Karen Marley.
After gestational periods with other directors, including Martin Scorsese, “Marley,” the epic, two-and-a-half hour documentary about this most popular rastafarian, and arguably the most influential Jamaican of all time, was finally brought to the screen by “Last King of Scotland” director Kevin Macdonald. …Read More
Kevin Kline (Sophie’s Choice, A Fish Called Wanda) speaks with Celebs.com’s Angela Bakke about his new film, ‘Darling Companion.’
Directed by four-time Oscar nominee Lawrence Kasdan, ‘Darling Companion’ is a semi-autobiographical tale from the director and his co-writer/wife Meg Kasdan, and stars Kline, Diane Keaton, Dianne Wiest, Elisabeth Moss, Mark Duplass and Ayelet Zurer.
It appears a director has been found for the second installment of “The Hunger Games” franchise. With off and on news filtering in about whether big time helmer Gary Ross would return for another round with Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson, Lionsgate seem to have found their man for “Catching Fire.”
And just who is this lucky, soon to be mega-famous, director: FRANCIS LAWRENCE.
Haven’t heard of him? He’s the guy who directed Will Smith in “I Am Legend,” and put Reese Witherspoon up on a pachyderm for “Water for Elephants.” Can he repeat Ross’s success of four weeks at Number 1? It’s the fans who make this franchise, and they’ll be lining up for this one for sure, the pressure is on, Mr Lawrence – congratulations.
As for the script, mum’s the word, here’s what screenwriter Simon Beaufoy had to say when Celebs.com’s Susan Hornik caught up with him on the red carpet last month:
“The Five Year Engagement” just world premiered as the opening film of the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Starring Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Allison Brie and Chris Pratt, the Judd Apatow produced comedy opens April 27, 2012.
Check out the videos below with the film’s stars, including funnymen Brian Posehn and Kevin Hart, mega-producer Judd Apatow and writer/director Nicholas Stoller: …Read More
The $200 million movie should continue what is a big year at the comic book box-office (with new Batman and Spiderman movies both also slated for a 2012 release). Check out what the stars (plus Stan Lee!) had to say at the film’s world premiere at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood in this set of videos below!
Unveiled in February 2011 the Fiat 500 by Gucci is a special edition of the iconic Fiat 500 customized by Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini in partnership with Fiat’s Centro Stile. A cabriolet version was launched last summer, and we’re starting to see the 500 on the streets of LA, NYC and elsewhere.
With the car creating its sensation opposite the logically compared Mini, Fiat 500 commissioned these short films by major film and fashion players to rival those of Mini’s parent company, BMW.
Purple presents “Papillon Polaroid” a film by Olivier Zahm.
“Papillon Polaroid”, featuring Betony Vernon, is set at the Museo Casa Mollino, Torino, former home and now museum dedicated to Italian designer and architect, Carlo Mollino. This film would create a poetic combination of three pillars of Italian design: Fiat, Gucci, and Carlo Mollino.
Dazed & Confused presents “The Race” a film by Will Davidson.
The Fiat 500 by Gucci, an exhilarating embodiment of Italian spirit stars in The Race – a short film exclusive to Dazed directed by fashion photographer Will Davidson.
NOWNESS presents “Assembly line” a film by Chris Sweeney.
Chris Sweeney’s film for the 500 by Gucci fuses two power houses of Italian design with a playful twist that brings the 500 to life in a completely unexpected way.
Vogue presents “Reverse to Perfection” a film by Francesco Carrozzini.
Luxury restores order with the Fiat 500 by Gucci.
“Divergence” a film by Alexi Tan.
Two lovers are having a secret affair. They long to be together and at the same time they know they shouldn’t be. Just like their passionate encounters, their one of a kind cars, two Fiat 500 By Gucci also reflect the state of their relationship, moving fast apart but always finding a way to come back. She decides to leave once and for all, he makes the chase… will they return to one another one more time?