March 1, 2013
Mandy Moore is set as one of the leads in ABC’s single-camera comedy pilot Pulling, based on the praised 2006 British series. The pilot, written by Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky and directed by Jason Moore, revolves around three dysfunctional women in their 30s living their lives the way they want, even if society tells them they should have it all figured out by this point. Moore plays one of them, Louise, who is optimistic and desperate to snag a husband — but her man-hungry tactics typically backfire. ABC Studios and Kapital Entertainment produce, with Sharon Horgan and Dennis Kelly, creators of the original series, executive producing with Eisenberg, Stupnitsky and Aaron Kaplan. ABC has long had its eye on Moore. The network produced a comedy pilot starring the actress last season and earlier this season bought a Rich Appel comedy project she was attached to with a put pilot commitment.
November 23, 2012
Every animated child's movie has some sort of moral to the story. Generally they are predictable and revolve around the basic things that we teach our kids about good guys always winning and bad guy always losing in the end. But "Wreck-It Ralph" has more.
"Wreck-It Ralph" is the story of an arcade video game character. He is the bad guy who wrecks everything in sight so that "Fix it Felix," the hero and namesake of the game, can fix it. The game ends with Felix always getting a medal for his good deeds. It takes us behind the scenes, when the arcade closes, and the characters "come to life" and socialize with other arcade game characters before getting back to the roles that they have to play the next morning when the arcade opens. But even though they are not "on stage" for the gamers, the characters still distain Ralph and love Felix.
Also fun for kids is jumping around and staying fit with 15 foot trampoline with enclosure. They make great gifts.
October 29, 2012
Julia Roberts turns 45 today, and to celebrate, we're taking a look back at some of her happiest moments. The actress, activist, wife, and mother of three has always been known for her megawatt smile and infectious laugh. Over the years, she's shared sweet and smiley moments with husband Danny Moder and children Henry, Phinneas, and Hazel, as well as her many A-list costars. In honor of Julia's special day, click through to see all of her happiest moments!
October 5, 2012
“Iron Man 3? casting agents are looking for men with military or law enforcement experience to work as extras in Wilmington later this month.
Tona B. Dahlquist Casting company is seeking men between the ages of 20 and 40 who can work on Oct. 27 and 29, according to a post on the company’s “Iron Man 3? casting Facebook page. The applicants also are asked to be available to attend a fitting on Oct. 17.
Those who are interested are asked to email a photo of themselves and their contact information to email@example.com with the heading “Military,” the post said.
The next installment of the feature-film franchise based on the Marvel Comics character ‘Iron Man’ began filming in the Cape Fear region May 23.
Production was delayed for several weeks after star Robert Downey Jr. injured his ankle while performing a stunt on set.
The production recently moved to the Fort Lauderdale area to begin a location shoot on Oct. 1, but is expected to return to Wilmington to wrap filming, local film industry officials have said.
Other cast members include: Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Jon Favreau, Sir Ben Kingsley, Rebecca Hall and James Badge Dale.
read more: http://wilmonfilm.blogs.starnewsonline.com/11469/iron-man-3-is-looking-for-a-few-good-men/
September 22, 2012
Today, however, there is a new Man of Steel rumor that is rather outlandish, involving the possible revelation of a “secret villain” who could appear in the film alongside Boardwalk Empire star Michael Shannon, who will play rogue Kryptonian, General Zod. The same source also has information that hints at certain big moments in Iron Man 3, including the “big baddie” showdown.
Screen Crush picked a few details out of a Brickset rundown of upcoming LEGO movie tie-in sets. Toy merchandise has been spoiling superhero movie secrets for a while now (see: the Amazing Spider-Man toy set), so this comes with little shock or awe; as often as toy sets reveal things that filmmakers and studios have yet to show onscreen, tie-in toy lines just as often diverge from their film inspirations, offering set pieces, characters, costumes, etc. that the film itself does not. Such is the case here, with this LEGO set description list below (via Brickset):
September 19, 2012
The world probably didn't need a Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection, but Namco Bandai's giving it to us anyway. According to Namco Bandai senior global brand manager Jason Enos, fans have been asking for a way to play these games on their newer systems. "Fans who have don’t own a backwards compatible PS3 can't even play these games anymore. For Xbox owners, it never even came on their platform." This collection affords fans the opportunity to play the Budokai games.
Curiously, this HD re-release is incomplete, compiling only the first and third game in the Budokai series. We needed to know why the second game was omitted from this odd collection. Was the second game not popular enough to be included?
read more: http://www.shacknews.com/article/75698/why-the-dragon-ball-z-collection-is-missing-a-game. click here