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.
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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.
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!
Directed by Henry Selick, the visionary director of The Nightmare Before Christmas, Coraline is a high-definition stop-motion animated feature based on Neil Gaiman’s international best-selling book. Selick capitalizes on his experiences with Nightmare and pushes the creative envelope seemingly further than ever imagined. Don’t take our word for it though, take a look at the content we have collected thus far.
100 Percent of Nothing’s Gothic poet and illustrator The Kreep has received a handmade box of treasures collected specifically for him by the Coraline team at Laika films. Inside the box, numbered 46/50, are highly decorated secret compartments that contain relics from the film including a bat/dog model, a bat body mold, authentic skeleton key with secret password, and a wing skeleton prototype #3. An old envelop with a wax seal with inlaid black button (as used for the eyes of the witch) and a hand-typed note explained the curious gift.
Actor-turned-director Clark Gregg shows he is as adept behind the camera as he is in front of it with CHOKE, a wickedly colorful dark comedy about mothers and sons, sexual compulsion, and the sordid underbelly of Colonial theme parks. Based on the popular novel of the same name starring Sam Rockwell, Anjelica Huston, Kelly Macdonald, Brad William Henke, Jonah Bobo and Clark Gregg – in theaters September 26th.