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Kate Beckinsale is in high spirits as she idles between takes on the set of her new movie
Absolutely Anything goes! Kate Beckinsale is in high spirits as she idles between takes on the set of her new movie She was last seen working up a sweat while filming an energetic scene on the set of her forthcoming movie, but Kate Beckinsale was significantly cooler on Wednesday as filming continued in London.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Klyde Warren Park Announces Classic Film Series to Start May 3
You know what sounds nice? Lounging on a picnic blanket, with a couple of sandwiches from Jimmy's Food Store and a glass of wine, while watching good guy Humphrey Bogart suck face with Lauren Bacall.
Dark Horizons News
Len Wiseman To Open A "Black Chapter"
"Underworld" and "Total Recall" director Len Wiseman is set to helm the sci-fi thriller "Black Chapter" for Skydance Productions.
'Double Indemnity' film noir stars Fred MacMurray, Barbara...
After more than a dozen years of selling insurance, Walter Neff knows all the tricks people pull in making phony claims.
Kate Beckinsale works up a sweat on the set of new film Absolutely Anything
She has worked on her fair share of films, enduring everything from squalid Thai prisons in Brokedown Palace to dramatic battles with werewolves for Underworld.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Local Celebrities to Appear in Two Muses Theatre's Love, Loss and What I Wore, 5/30-6/15
Two Muses Theatre presents Love, Loss and What I Wore by famous screenwriter sisters, Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron .
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Asia News Network
Acclaimed Taiwan artist to stage postmodern,pop art exhibition
There is clearly a message, but what that message is and how that message should be interpreted depends on the spectator The arrival of pop art in the mid-20th century signified a blurring of lines between so-called low culture and high culture, again calling the definition and value of art into question.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
TCM Greatest Classic Legends: Robert Mitchum
In spite of Robert Mitchum's notorious personal life and his many Hollywood scandals, he made countless films.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
The Rules of the Gamine
It's difficult for me to contain the joy and delight of having SABRINA , Billy Wilder 's 1954 comedy masterpiece, in its best video rendition ever, a stunning hi-def, widescreen Blu-Ray .
#FlickrFriday: No Way Out
Our new #FlickrFriday theme, challenges you to portrait that claustrophobic, entrapped feeling that you may get when you feel constricted in a narrow, tight space.
New DVDs: 'Touch of Evil,' 'Double Indemnity,' and more
One of most stylized, intense, and frantic films noir to come out of the 1950s, Touch of Evil features Welles - at his most corpulent, sweat-glazed worst - as a corrupt police captain put in charge of investigating a car bomb that kills a couple at the Mexican border.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The China Post
Acclaimed Taiwan artist to stage postmodern, pop art exhibition
The arrival of pop art in the mid-20th century signified a blurring of lines between so-called low culture and high culture, again calling the definition and value of art into question.
TCM Greatest Classic Legends: Henry Fonda
Just in time for Spring cleaning, TCM is dusting off several vintage films for inclusion in its new DVD sets.
Sunset Boulevard to Run 5/16-6/14 at Blackfriars Theatre
Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber 's smash hit Broadway musical based on the classic Billy Wilder film comes to Blackfriars this May! Sunset Blvd. follows departed star of the silent screen era and tortured soul, Norma Desmond.
'Mad as Hell': How 'Network was art that predicted life
If you are a budding movie buff, there are certain essentials required for your education.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Classic noir "Double Indemnity" looks great on Blu-ray and packed with extras
"IF I HAD one movie to show people to explain what noir is, it's "Double Indemnity," says Eddie Muller, author of "Dark City: The Lost World of Film Noir."
'Touch of Evil,' 'Double Indemnity' and more: Home Movies for the week of April 15
These two classic bookends of the film noir era are also two of the most revered titles in the Universal Studios library.
DVD of the Week: "Kiss Me Deadly"
In the wake of the Second World War, the fear of sudden annihilation from nuclear weapons left its mark on new routines of domestic quasi-military preparedness and on art, both in subject and in tone, as in Robert Aldrich's film noir "Kiss Me Deadly," from 1955 .
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Total Recall: Monty Python comedian Terry Jones directs a radiant...
Revealed: The homeless man who lives inside Manhattan Bridge in a tiny shack he's secretly called home for the past YEAR 'I'm a white girl from America, and it happened to me': Woman who spent seven years as sex worker after being 'trafficked' by her boyfriend warns anyone can fall prey How to get THREE TIMES more juice from your lemons - and other ... (more)
Seasons of Bette: The Letter
I like his films because the first half part of them is always hilarious messy and then deadly serious in the second half.