How far would you go for love? That seems to be the question being asked in Sidney Kimmel Films’ new, quirky romantic comedy, Management, starring Jennifer Aniston, Steve Zahn and Woody Harrelson. Mike Cranshaw (Steve Zahn) is 38 years old and works the night shift at his parents’ motel in Arizona. He is so confined in his own little world he has created for himself that he has become perfectly content with his mundane existence. Sue Claussen (Jennifer Aniston) is stuck in a rut of her own. She leads a dull life at a job she hates, so she bides her time volunteering and feeding the homeless.
He might not be a household name yet, but Antonio Elias is working hard. Being cast as Officer Pitts in the latest Star Trek movie is a step in the right direction, just Don’t Ask Him to spill any details.
Antonio Elias is one of the most up and coming Latino actors in entertainment today. After working on various network television episodes including, ABC’s In Justice, Vanished on FOX, The Game on the CW Network, Moonlight for CBS, and Private Practice on ABC, Elias will be making his feature film debut with the supporting role of “Officer Pitts” in Paramount Picture’s Star Trek.
Not much is known about Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare 2. We know it will be modern, it will have warfare, online players will unnecessarily swear and apparently the “Call of Duty” part of the name is gone. But that has been about it.
A proper trailer will May 24 during the Eastern Conference Finals. I’m hoping for an appearance by a solar sea slug.
From Henry Selick, visionary director of THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS, and based on Neil Gaiman’s international best-selling book, comes a spectacular stop-motion animated adventure – the first to be originally filmed in 3D!
If you’ve been blessed with a nerdy sibling who enjoys reading manga instead of playing basement Guitar Hero like the rest of their underachieving friends, show them your appreciation this Christmas with a stocking full of volume ones to keep their addiction going.
It’s the holiday season and there’s a hint of cheeriness in the air. It’s a time for scurrying about to buy gifts for loved ones, decorating the tree with twinkling lights and charming little ornaments, and writing cards to those near and far to wish them holiday greetings. But amidst the hustle and bustle and constant preparation, we tend to forget to take time to slow down. What about those chilly, snowy nights when you just feel like bunkering down and enjoying the evening? There are quite a few books out there that will satisfy anyone’s need for a good holiday story. So grab your fuzzy slippers and a nice hot cup of cocoa and try settling in with some of these suggestions.
“With the launch of Nokia’s Comes With Music, fans now have a new avenue to find and enjoy music from EMI’s catalogue, and our artists have a powerful new way to reach their fans,” said Douglas Merrill, president, digital business, for EMI Music.
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