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David Duchovny has starred in a film in which his wife dies and he falls in love with the woman who received her heart transplant. In terms of Duchovny’s mawkish family tragedies, that is positively gritty compared to what Louder Than Words looks like from this trailer.
Based on a true story, the film sees Duchovny and Hope Davis as the parents of a child who dies, in Davis’s arms, of rabies. The daughter’s self-stated “top wish” before her death was for the health and well-being of all the children of the world. That’s a pretty tall order, so in lieu of that, Daddy Duchovny decides that he will at least try to assist in the health and well-being of some local kids by building a children’s hospital. Unfortunately, legislature is opposed to the plan, leaving Duchovny, Davis, and, hey, there’s Timothy Hutton to fight against the government and its hatred of children’s hospitals. “It’s not about a building,” Hutton announces on the occasion of his Playing God reunion, “…it’s about building a feeling.” That feeling is “you’ve eaten way too much frosting.”
They’ll take alone time wherever they can get it!
Amy Adams and fiance Darren Le Gallo took precious baby Aviana to school before stocking up at Pavillions grocery store in Beverly Hills.
You know when a couple can make running errands look romantic that they’re the real deal!
Not to mention, …
Enjoying the perfect summer day, Amy Adams headed out in Vancouver with her family on Sunday (July 28).
The “Man of Steel” beauty donned a boho-chic ensemble while taking a stroll with her beau Darren and daughter Aviana.
In related news, Miss Adams recently chatted with ELLE magazine about the hardships of being in the limelight.
“Being an actress hasn’t made me insecure. I was insecure long before I declared I was an actress. I like not being noticed,” Amy explained. “It has been a struggle because I love performing, but if I’m in a group of people and someone has a bigger personality I’m like, ‘Go ahead, and have fun!’ It looks like a lotta work.”
Kevin Adams chats at the UK DVD release of Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3: Dog Days Interview about the movie & his dance academy Kevin Adams School of Performing Ar…
Looking like she was heading to a workout, Amy Adams ventured out in Los Angeles on Thursday (January 24).
The “Master” star sported a gray zip-up sweatshirt, black workout tights, and black sneakers with hot pink laces as she strolled around the city.
Recently, the 38-year-old actress revealed what it was like to work with her childhood crush, Leonardo DiCaprio in the movie “Catch me If You Can.”
Speaking with W magazine, Amy shared, “I had fixated on him in Growing Pains and in Titanic. I was like, ‘Oh, my gosh, if I ever work with Leo, it will be wonderful.’ And then, there I was, with pigtails – looking not at all like Gisele [Bündchen], whom he was dating at the time. I figured my chances were pretty slim, so I just focused on the work.”
Kicking off the debut screening of their baseball-themed picture, the stars of “Trouble with the Curve” gathered for the Los Angeles premiere on Wednesday evening (September 19).
As for the film, the Robert Lorenz-directed drama focuses on an ailing MLB scout in his twilight years, who takes his daughter along for one last recruiting roadtrip.
In a recent interview with Collider, Timberlake talked about what attracted him to the movie, saying, “What I thought was great about this character is that, through his humor, hopefully, he became this bridge or thread between the two of them [Eastwood and Adams]. I actually saw him as a really good guy, which I don’t think I’ve gotten to play yet. So, there was a lot of acting involved.”
“Trouble with the Curve” is set to hit theaters everywhere on this Friday, September 21st.
It’s always a treat when great cinematic minds come together for a project, and “The Master” has just released a brilliant new teaser trailer.
The Paul Thomas Anderson flick, slated for an October 12th release looks to be a challenging flick, marked by strong acting, directing and stark aesthetic.
Per the synopsis, “The Master is a 1950s-set drama centered on the relationship between a charismatic intellectual known as ‘the Master’ whose faith-based organization begins to catch on in America, and a young drifter who becomes his right-hand man.”
Taking a respite from honoring the past year’s top African-American entertainers, the 43rd NAACP Image Awards followed suit with previous awards shows in holding a tribute for recently departed icon Whitney Houston during Friday night’s (February 17) ceremony.
With the annual event taking place at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Gospel great Yolanda Adams took the stage alongside a gospel choir while celebrating the life of the “I Will Always Love You” singer.
Previously speaking with press about learning of Miss Houston’s tragic death, Miss Adams recalled, “My initial reaction when I heard she passed was, ‘Can’t be’.”
Receiving the saddening news from Whitney’s long-time music director, Yolanda then told, “He said, ‘she’s gone,’ and although I had heard it on the news, there was finality to hear it from someone who loved her like I do.”
“She was someone I could say was a friend, was really genuinely a child of God, really genuinely a good person who loved life. We really are losing a light. Despite all the dark stuff people will say, we’re losing an angel because she really was. I think what happens with people is they want to be loved,” Adams added.
Free Angry Birds App! mhlo.co . Conduit 2 is a first-person shooter game developed by High Voltage Software and published by Sega for the Nintendo Wii game console. It is the direct sequel to The Conduit, and is one of the rare high-quality first-person shooters exclusively available for the Nintendo Wii console. The game supports Wii MotionPlus as well as the Classic Controller or Classic Controller Pro for those that eschew the Wii’s patented motion controls. The game has been delayed repeatedly, and its debut has been pushed as far back as April 19th 2011 for the North American market. The singleplayer mode of Conduit 2 has many new features added to the game’s original formula. For example, players can knock over objects such as furniture, decorations, and other objects to use as cover from enemy fire, similar to such shooter games asF.EAR 2. The player can also target enemy weakpoints to weaken their defense or deliver more damage. The game contains a singleplayer campaign mode and traditional multiplayer online modes such as Deathmatch and Capture the Flag. In addition, the game will allow for a rich co-op experience, supporting both split-screen and online modes, up to four players participating in one session. Competitive multiplayer has been improved since the original title, including the addition of female avatar characters and increased security against hackers and griefers. There will also be more content overall, including 12 maps with 14 game modes. The …
Yolanda Adams sings “Victory”. I got, got the victory I got the sweet, sweet victory in Jesus yes I do!!