On ‘The Way’ with Martin Sheen

October 8, 2011

Printer-friendly versionSend to friendPDF version By a time director/writer Emilio Estevez’s new film “The Way” opens national Oct. 21, he and his lead star, father Martin Sheen, will have crisscrossed a United States and partial of Canada on a train debate with disdainful screenings in about 30 cities. “The Way” is a story of Tom […]

The Guard to open Los Angeles Irish Film Fest

September 26, 2011

1 of 1 The Festival kicks off during a Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences’ Linwood Dunn Theatre on Thursday Sep 29. Opening night will underline a jubilee of a work of Fonnula Flanagan, a screening of The Guard and a one lady play by Judith Mok about Molly Bloom from James Joyce’s Ulysses. […]

Raunchy purpose in ‘Bosses’ a depart for Aniston

July 9, 2011

NEW YORK — In her new film, “Horrible Bosses,” Jennifer Aniston’s impression is one we haven’t seen her play before. She’s a dentist who intimately harasses her assistant, finish with lewd dialogue, divulgence outfits and outlandish advances. She’s a latest singer to take on a raunchy purpose customarily reserved for men, following a new route […]

Legendary GI pin-up Jane Russell dies during 89

March 2, 2011

LOS ANGELES, California – Jane Russell, famed for eye-popping curves and overwhelming beauty that done her a shade summons of choice for a era of American infantry during war, died on Monday aged 89, her family said. “I did pronounce with her daughter-in-law this morning, and she did die peacefully during home, with her kids […]