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Mexican actor Diego Luna is returning to Hollywood with the action-packed thriller Contraband. The film stars Mark Wahlberg and Kate Beckinsale but we’re sure Luna will steal a few scenes. The film has a January 13 release.
The story goes like this: Set in New Orleans, the film explores the cutthroat… Continue reading Cine Latino: Diego Luna Gets Deadly in 'Contraband'; Eva Longoria Wants to Meet You; Cuban Actress Maria Conchita Alonso Calls Sean Penn a Communist A**hole
Review in a Hurry: Ryan Gosling is a driver. He’s a very good driver. He can drive stunt cars and getaway cars, and he can also fix cars. Then one day, things don’t go so well. Lots of violence happens. Simple, yes, but funny how the no-frills approach… Continue reading Movie Review: Ryan Gosling Is Silent, Deadly and Fantastic Behind the Wheel in Drive
The 4-Disc Ultimate Blu-ray Edition contains Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Copy versions of the film, plus an additional disc featuring over 65 minutes of exclusive bonus content. The set also features a lenticular cover featuring Lord Voldemort and Harry! Only available for a… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows, Part 1 (Four-Disc Blu-ray Deluxe Edition)
April’s deadly tornado outbreak that claimed more than 300 lives was captured by Discovery Channel’s docu-series Storm Chasers and now the network is readying a special presentation of its exclusive footage. In its fourth year, Discovery’s Storm Chasers was filming their regular show with its trio of “chase teams” in Alabama and Mississippi on April
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Out with those mundane celebrity public service announcements. A new series of star-studded spots for the “Malaria No More” campaign vows to “kick malaria in the face” with a bit of humor. Check out the spankin’-new videos, which feature John Mayer, Ted Danson, Aziz Ansari, Jason Schwartzman, Orlando Bloom, Will Arnett, and Jeremy Piven. Continue reading “Malaria No More” PSAs Challenge Deadly Disease With Dose Of Humor