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ti west hotd Dialogue: Ti West on the Difference of Shooting Film, Current Horror Trends, Youre Next and Joe SwanbergWe recently sat down with writer-director-editor Ti West, best known for his masterful The House of the Devil, to talk about his latest film, The Innkeepers (out December 30th on VOD), and it ended up being an in-depth, hour-plus discussion about the unique and borderline obsessive way West approaches filmmaking, how his films are marketed, what really happened with Cabin Fever 2, what the current state of indie filmmaking is… Continue reading Dialogue: Ti West on the Difference of Shooting Film, Current Horror Trends, 'You're Next' and Joe Swanberg

Jason%20Statham%20(220%20x%20294) Fast and Furious 6 & 7 Eyes Jason Statham and a Back to Back Shooting ScheduleIt seems unlikely that anyone who saw the original The Fast and the Furious would have guessed the film would be the starting point for one of Universal Pictures’ biggest franchises, but with five installments finished, the series has a worldwide box office total of over $ 1.5 billion dollars (just under $ 700 million of that was domestic). Clearly, these movies about tuner… Continue reading 'Fast and Furious 6 & 7' Eyes Jason Statham and a Back-to-Back Shooting Schedule

A New York man serving a life sentence for murder has confessed to the 1994 shooting of late rapper Tupac Shakur; the same shooting that sparked ‘Pac’s infamous feud with [...] Continue reading Convicted Murderer Confesses To 1994 Tupac Shooting

alexander skarsgard deborah ann woll Alexander Skarsgard: Shooting Scenes with Deborah Ann Woll!

Alexander Skarsgard films a True Blood scene with co-stars Deborah Ann Woll and Kristin Bauer on Thursday (June 9) in La Puente, Calif.

The 34-year-old Swedish actor was spotted leaving the gym in West Hollywood earlier in the week.

Alex covers Interview magazine’s June 2011 issue and recently spoke with Arcade Fire’s Win Butler about why he enjoys True

Miami Heat departed from shooting patterns that work

Too many three-point attempts. Too few free-throw attempts. It s a risky way of doing business, and a combination that cost the Heat in Game 2. As … Continue reading Miami Heat departed from shooting patterns that work