The careers of Bruce Willis and John Cusack, waning pendulums that escape from their straight-to-video lows a little less with each swing, have made their inevitable collision into a Jason Patric vehicle in The Prince.
As was previously described with some confusion, the film is an experiment to see whether Patric can be plugged into Taken as readily as hair is plugged into his skull. Our Speed 2 cruise controller plays a former mob enforcer with a very familiar set of skills (firearms training, hand-to-hand combat, talking to his faraway daughter on the phone, etc). Bruce Willis has got some kind of lasting grudge against him, so he kidnaps Patric’s beautiful young daughter, and you know the drill from there.
Cusack co-stars as Patric’s old friend and, as is only natural for this kind of thing, 50 Cent makes this his third unlikely collaboration with Willis. Korean pop star Rain’s lithe form narrowly covers the hole where you expect to see Robert De Niro. Here’s the trailer:
A lawsuit is no longer the only piece of paper you can get to commemorate how Tarantino isn’t making The Hateful Eight. Now there’s also the below poster, a one-sheet celebrating how the director last month did a one-time, star-filled live reading of his leaked script instead of actually shooting the film. Hang it on your wall to prove you were there; or, if you weren’t there, hang it on your wall to still imply you were there, absolving yourself from wrongdoings committed on the night of April 19. Either way, it’s here (via) and it’s $ 45.
God’s Not Dead did more than just establish, once and for all, that God, Dean Cain, and Kevin Sorbo are, in fact, not dead. Apparently, it also established that setting up an aging TV star as a professorial straw man, then knocking him down with the word of God, is an effective and oddly-profitable technique for making an antagonistic Christian film. As such, now we have A Matter of Faith, a film that pits Night Court‘s Harry Anderson against soap opera star Jay Pickett in a literal debate over whether an actual college should teach creationism in a biology class.
Anderson plays a biology professor who Pickett’s daughter–one of the cutest freshmen some guys have see–considers a riot. As it turns out, what’s so funny about him is more than just his rubber chicken prop comedy; he’s also an evolutionist, hilariously believing in well-established theories based on scientific evidence and the evolution of Judge Harry Stone and DA Christine Sullivan’s romance. Pickett finds out about this and approaches Anderson about teaching creationism alongside evolution. Arrogantly recognizing that that’s a really stupid idea, the elitist professor instead decides that the two of them should have a debate on the issue.
Anderson figures he’s got this one in the bag. He’s a professor! His teaching is backed by facts! He was on Dave’s World! Little does he know that what Pickett lacks in debate experience he makes up for in taking notes from the Bible. Plus, Dad sought the advice of Trivette from Walker, Texas Ranger, a bitter old retired veteran in the world of biology disinformation. Harry Anderson is going to look so stupid out there. And then he is going to Hell, with Darwin. But first, here’s the trailer:
After all, if evolution were real, then where is the missing link between an actual beard and whatever is on that kid’s chin? Answer that one, Harry Anderson.
Question by : What is ADELE’s last name?
What are ADELE’s last name? What is KE$ HA’s?
Answer by Spunkiee
Adele Laurie Blue Adkins.
Kesha Rose Sebert
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Experimental composer John Cage’s infamous 4’3″ is a piece composed entirely of ambient noise, during which performers do not use their instruments. In this rendition of the piece put together by Adam Lucas, Nicolas Cage is the performer, and, naturally, his unplayed instrument is his manic shouting. Cage does Cage. We merely look on in wonder.
Question by Kirsty: WHATS IS WITH BETHENNY FRANKEL’S FACE?
Ok im not mean and im not claiming im perfect but what is with the shape of her face she looks like shes melting and her jaw is very very very very big?she kinda reminds me of micheal jackson im just a Little confused because people call her beautiful i know beautiful ain’t looks but they mean beautiful as in pretty?
Answer by Veritas
Her face has always looked like that, but sometimes it’s more prominent than others…her jaw and cheek bones are too big for her face…plus she is getting older. She really isn’t that attractive when you look at her..she just has a nice shape and nice hair.
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Hitting her first on-screen interview since her much-talked about Vogue cover, Kim Kardashian made an appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” Tuesday (March 25).
The 33-year-old reality star looked ravishing as she stepped out of her New York City abode in a see-through lace dress that showed off her black undergarments and made her way to the studio.
While there, Seth asked about the topic that’s on everyone’s minds at the moment, the current issue of Vogue magazine in which Kardashian and her fiancee Kanye West cover.
Talking about keeping the gig hush hush, Kim said, “It was this top secret mission trying to keep out all of my sisters and everyone from this shoot. They were a little suspicious but I just said Kanye was shooting something at my mom’s house and it was really private.”
Check out the clip in the player below!
He may have been tragically written off of “House of Cards” but Corey Stoll definitely isn’t down and out.
Production on “Ant-Man” is slated to begin next month under the direction of Edgar Wright. It will hit theaters July 17th, 2015.
Per the synopsis, “Biochemist Dr. Hank Pym uses his latest discovery, a group of subatomic particles, to create a size-altering formula. Though his first self-test goes awry, he develops an instrument that helps him communicate with and control insects.”
She’s an avid sports fan, and there’s no doubting which team Jennifer Lawrence is rooting for in the NCAA March Madness Tournament.
The “American Hustle” hottie put on a University of Louisville Cardinals jersey and made the “L” symbol with her hand for a Twitter photo on Thursday (March 20).
University of Louisville athletics media director Nick Stover posted the image online with the caption, “Jennifer Lawrence wishes good luck to her hometown @GoCards at the start of @NCAA @marchmadness today!”
Louisville defeated Manhattan and will move on to play St. Louis on Saturday (March 22)!