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The only place Penelope Cruz’s face could ever crack a mirror is in the 2013 calendar campaign for Campari Liquor, which highlights such superstitions as broken mirrors, black cats, crows and the like. Only 9,999 copies of the Campari Calendar, known for showcasing A-list stars like Milla Jovovich, will be distributed worldwide.
Here are a few images… Continue reading Cine Latino: Penelope Cruz in Eye-Catching Calendar (Photos); Zoe Saldana's Nina Simone Controversy
I’m Professor Weinberg, head of horror cinema studies for my cat and maybe a few friends. In order to help get you ready for Halloween (and to help make you become a more well-rounded horror genius), we offer this handy little October calendar of “required viewing” for any self-respecting horror freak. There’s a little bit of everything, and our hope is that, while nobody would actually follow the schedule… Continue reading The Essential Horror Movie Calendar of 2012
Hosted in NYC at the Kama Sutra Lounge, these lovely ladies are competing to be in the G Unit's 2012 Calendar. Featuring the music of 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks!
FILM10:30 a.m. The Miami Underwater Film Festival screens prize-winning films related to the underwater world and features a hands-on exhibit, The … Continue reading The calendar
The Weinstein Company has confirmed to ComingSoon.net it’s new calendar lineup, offering dates for two previously unscheduled films and updating two projects that have now had their release dates shifted.
Apollo 18 , which was to open on April 22nd of this year, will now arrive on January 6, 2012. It is currently the only release scheduled for that day.
I Don’t Know How She Does It now has its… Continue reading The Weinstein Company Shifts Release Calendar