On the day the grueling cross-examination process wrapped up, the Oscar Pistorius trial in South Africa‘s Pretoria court Tuesday hit another watermark of uncomfortable tension, as the paralympian read aloud a Valentine’s Day card girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp gave him hours before he would fatally gun her down.
“Roses are red, violets are blue,” Pistorius read from the card, “I think today is a good day to… Continue reading Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial: Accused Killer Reads Eerie Valentine’s Day Card Reeva Steenkamp Gave Him Day Of Shooting
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2012’s “Skyfall” was notable for a number of reasons, but one of the bigger things that it did was set up a new universe… Continue reading The New 'James Bond' Movie Starts Shooting in October, Says Ralph Fiennes
We’re still awaiting a casting announcement for Dr. Barry Allen, who’ll recur on Arrow this season to begin telling the Flash’s origin story — and possibly set a spin-off series in motion for The CW. But we can report that it will happen soon, after checking in with Arrow exec producer Andrew Kreisberg today. “We’ll have to have somebody by Sept. 30, which is when we start shooting [his first] episode. So… Continue reading ‘Arrow’ scoop: The Flash’s first episode starts shooting Sept. 30
Josh Brolin headlines this weekend’s “Gangster Squad” as the tough cop who looks to take down gangster Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn) in 1940s Los Angeles. Behind the scenes, Brolin was also instrumental in getting his good friend Penn to star as Cohen (after passing on the role himself), as well as in shaping his own character — even if that meant cutting his lines.
At the film’s press conference, Brolin said… Continue reading Josh Brolin, 'Gangster Squad' Star, On Fighting Sean Penn And Shooting A Tommy Gun