The boys of 30 Minutes or Less took time off their busy Comic-Con schedule to chat with us about their new buddy comedy, starring Michael and Aziz Ansari as two bumbling criminals who kidnap a pizza delivery guy (Jesse Eisenberg) and attempt to rob a bank. But things got a bit more interesting when they dished out firsthand accounts on their respective projects. Ansari, Peña, Nick… Continue reading Dialogue: The Boys of ‘30 Minutes or Less’ Talk Jennifer Aniston, Witnessing Real Violence and Surprise Cameos?
This week marks the end of an era. A full decade ago, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (or Sorcerer’s Stone if you prefer) hit screens and brought J. K. Rowling’s immensely popular children’s series to the big screen. The plan was practically Herculean in scope – grabbing a 10, 11, and 12-year-old to star in a popular franchise that would take… Continue reading Girls on Film: Harry Potter, the Boys' Club, and the Female Scene Stealers
If there’s ever a trailer that proves sequels are always bigger, louder and splashier than their predecessors, it’s the brand new trailer for Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. That’s not to say the film looks bad or overwhelming; it’s doing what a sequel is supposed to do: Upping the ante, adding more action, introducing additional characters (hello Noomi Rapace) and making things… Continue reading 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows' Trailer: The Boys Return with Twice the Action
By The Birmingham News The Birmingham News Follow 2 Tweet Share close Google Buzz Digg Stumble Upon Fark Share Email Print . BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – … Continue reading Blind Boys of Alabama open Bama Rising with "Amazing Grace"
The Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block hit the stage during the Today show’s Toyota Summer Concert Series on Friday (June 3) at Rockefeller Plaza in NYC.
The two bands, who are touring together, performed a medley of their hit songs including “Right Stuff,” “Larger Than Life,” “Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely,” and “All in… Continue reading Backstreet Boys & NKOTB Take Over 'Today'