Her name may be a mouthful, but Louisiana native, Quvenzhané Wallis should be a household name before we know it. The nine-year-old star caught most of our attention as Hushpuppy in Beasts Of The Southern Wild. Her performance in this beautiful fantasy drama has scored the young starlet an Oscar nomination for Best Actress and has caused her to go down in the history books as the youngest nominee for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
This past Wednesday (October 31), the remnants of the destructive path of Hurricane Sandy moved beyond the Nation’s Capital after ravaging much of the Northeast in record fashion. With hearts heavy, the election cycle rebooted itself after pausing for a moment with the showdown between President Barack Obama and GOP opponent Mitt Romney taking place in days. Nonpartisan civil rights group…
"The Amazing Spider-Man" sequel might've found its villain in Jamie Foxx.
The actor, according to Variety, is in early talks to play the bad guy in the Marc Webb-directed feature. As of now, it looks like producers are hoping to see Foxx as Electro, the alter-ego of Max Dillon who can control electricity.
When Kanye West isn't parading around the city as Batman with Kim Kardashian dressed in patent leather by his side, he's aiding in the production of profound material. The visuals to his short film "Cruel Winter," directed by Austin Christianson, have surfaced on the Internet, reminding us of how much of a "genius" the G.O.O.D Music maestro can be.
Michael Clarke Duncan star of "The Green Mile" remains hospitalized in Los Angeles after suffering a heart attack more than three weeks ago.
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The successful book "Swirling" will become a movie.
Christelyn Karazin explains that in the context of dating, "swirling" (symbolized by a swirled chocolate and vanilla ice cream cone on her book's cover) refers to a merging of races and cultures.
"It's a way to personify this image, and I think a delicious, positive image.
The sequel for Robert Rodriguez's 2010 shoot-'em-up Machete, the ingeniously named Machete Kills, is famous for its crazy casting. No other film can boast having Mel Gibson, Cuba Gooding Jr., Michelle Rodriguez, Sofia Vergara, Amber Heard, and Spy Kid Alexa Vega on one call sheet. Plus, Charlie Sheen is the president in Machete Land. No joke.
Well, there's one more name to add to the Machete madness: Lady Gaga.