Dead Man Down
Niels Arden Oplev, the acclaimed director of the original The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, makes his American theatrical debu… Read More
In the new thriller “Dead Man Down,” which hits theaters Friday, Colin Farrell plays a man hellbent on avenging the death of his family. He joins the star and director of the original “GIrl With the Dragon Tattoo” — Noomi Rapace… Continue reading ‘Dead Man Down' Star Colin Farrell Is 'Not a Big Fan of Violence' (EXCLUSIVE)
Before Warner Bros. prepares to roll out “Gangster Squad,” which was pulled after the Aurora, Co. shootings because it had an eerily similar shootout scene in a movie theater, another violent tragedy in Newtown, Conn. hit the headlines the day before the film’s Los Angeles press conference.
As the movie’s star Josh Brolin told reporters, “Of course there’s a sensitivity,” when putting out a film with so much gun violence. The… Continue reading 'Gangster Squad' Violence: Director Ruben Flesicher Weighs In On Cutting Movie Theater Shooting Scene
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That 70’s Show star Lisa Robin Kelly told Good Morning America Thursday she didn’t commit any acts of domestic abuse toward her ex-boyfriend, while admitting she’s battled demons in the past.
Following her felony arrest Saturday, the mug shot of the one-time TV sex symbol circulated around the Internet, with many speculating her disheveled appearance reflected years of hard living.
“My poor mother… Continue reading That 70’s Show Star Lisa Robin Kelly Denies Domestic Violence, Says Mug Shot ‘Doesn’t Look Like Me’
If they need me to bleed, I’ll bleed for my team. Doug Glatt, Goon
Goon is a bloody, bawdy mess of on-ice aggression and off-ice machismo. Seann William Scott stars as Doug Glatt, an oafish, good-hearted tough guy whose fighting skills earn him a spot on the Halifax Highlanders, a minor league hockey team. His world is where political correctness went to die: his best… Continue reading The Honor in Violence: ‘Goon’ and Hockey Fighting
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By Mike BarnardAssociate Partner, Application Innovation Services, and Business Architect, IBM GBS
Well, I personally think the point at which Mr. King derails whatever argument he was establishing is when he says:
I worry that not everyone reading the book or seeing the movie understands that the Capitol is wrong for creating the games, the citizens are wrong for watching them, and the… Continue reading Does The Hunger Games Set a Bad Example for Using Violence as Conflict Resolution?