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Walk the Line [Blu-ray]

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Studio: Tcfhe Release Date: 02/02/2010 Run time: 135 minutes Rating: Pg13A solid and entertaining biopic, Walk the Line works less as a movie than an actors’ showcase for its stars. Joaquin Phoenix’s total immersion into… Continue reading Walk the Line [Blu-ray]

david beckham 440x330 David Beckham Strips Down (Again!) for New Bodywear LineCourtesy H&M

And good morning! David Beckham is showing off his best assets in ads for his new H&M bodywear line, and let’s just say we’re excited to see them. The photos feature the soccer star modeling the boxer briefs, tanks and shorts offered in the collection; the goods will be available beginning Feb. 2 at 1,800 H&M stores… Continue reading David Beckham Strips Down (Again!) for New Bodywear Line

The Awards Line: The Write Stuff

So here we are on the precipice of awards season and things are about to kick into high gear. New York critics will soon speak up, as will the “please-come-to-our-party” invitation winners from the National Board of Review. And we have one more category to speculate upon before we start officially locking in nominees and declaring others in real trouble of being overlooked. There has been a chicken-and-egg factor

Last week, 18 animated features officially entered themselves into the Oscar race. How many of them will make the final cut BEFORE the final cut (aka the nominee list) is still left to be decided. It is the same with any awards category. Some films weed themselves out by being bad and then the prognosticators who play the game whittle down the rest until it’s time to get serious. And… Continue reading The Awards Line: The Race for Best Actor

New Line Plans Category Six

October 29, 2011

New Line Cinema has purchased a screenplay for a found footage film called Category Six, Deadline reports.

Written by John Swetnam (who also wrote the upcoming found footage project Evidence), Category Six tells the fictional tale of a deadly tornado.

The title is a reference to the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, which ranks the potential damage that can be done by hurricanes. Though the scale only