Everly – Radius-TWC – Blu-ray and DVDDirector: Joe LynchCast: Salma Hayek, Hiroyuki Watanabe, Jennifer Blanc, Togo Igawa
Everly stars Salma Hayek as the kept girlfriend of a gangster who decides to finally break free of her terrible life. Having typed that, it sounds like a standard Sundance drama, so I should probably point out that breaking free of her life involves guns and killing wave after wave of… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: Salma Hayek Blows Away a Wave of Assassins in 'Everly'
Star Wars: Reportedly, Rooney Mara (Side Effects, above right) and Tatiana Maslany (TV’s Orphan Black, above left) are among a handful of actresses testing for the lead role in the first Star Wars standalone movie, to be directed by Gareth Edwards. Academy Award-nominated Felicity Jones (The Theory of Everything) is also under consideration for the starring role… Continue reading Movie News: Actresses Testing for Lead in 'Star Wars' Spin-Off; Watch Salma Hayek in First, Action-Packed 'Everly' Trailer
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Salma Hayek and her daughter Valentina have been drawn into the sensational child support case being fought by her billionaire husband Francois-Henri Pinault and his ex-girlfriend, supermodel Linda Evangelista.
Evangelista is requesting the court award her a stunning $ 46,000 a month child support for their five-year-old son, Augie.
Evangelista and Pinault dated from Sept., 2005 to Jan., 2006, and as her lawyer has… Continue reading Salma Hayek Feared Her Baby Had Down Syndrome, Husband Reveals
Khalil Gibran’s best known fictional work “The Prophet” is being adapted for the big screen in a new production that will involve collaborations across many borders. In this adaptation, each of the 89-year old classic’s chapters will be directed by a different award-winning filmmaker, with Roger Allers (The Lion King) responsible for the connective through-line narrative.
Pre-production is scheduled to begin this month, with Salma Hayek producing… Continue reading Hayek Producing Animated Adaptation of Gibran's The Prophet