Jessica Biel comes down from honeymoon with a thud as she and husband Justin Timberlake hand out supplies to Sandy victims Donning black trousers and a padded coat, she could be seen bending over into a large sack to give locals in the Rockaway, Queens area knapsacks with food and other important items to victims. Two weeks after the hurricane devastated America’s East Coast ... 11/10/2012 - 7:21 am | View Link
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Matthew McConaughey’s return climb from being the star of a string of forgettable (sometimes downright awful) romantic comedies to being one of the most serious and respected dramatic actors of his generation is one of the most interesting that the entertainment industry has seen in recent years. However, after winning an Oscar for his performance in 2013’s Dallas Buyers Club and massive popular attention for his performance in the first season of True Detective, it’s seemed like McConaughey has been unable to recapture the same magic and critical acclaim with any of his films since his Oscar win.
With his two most recent live-action outings, The Sea of Trees and Free State of Jones, missing the mark, many have been hoping that Gold, the newest film from director Stephen Gaghan, might finally be another hit for McConaughey.
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M. Night Shyamalan talks Split spoilers, including a tease of what’s to come!
Did you catch M. Night Shyamalan‘s latest on the big screen this weekend? If not, read on at your own risk as we’re about to dive into Split spoilers! ComingSoon.net recently sat down with Shyamalan himself for a look at what went into bringing Split to the big screen and what that twist ending means for the future!
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A Universal Pictures release, Split stars James McAvoy as Kevin, a troubled young man who, manifesting 23 different distinct personalities, is compelled to abduct three teenage girls and hold them for the coming of a 24th identity.
In the final scene, a news report explains the extraordinary story and dubs Kevin “The Horde.” In a coffee shop, the nickname reminds a woman of another strange criminal to whom the media gave a name, but she can’t quite recall what it was.
Novitiate goes to Sony Pictures Classics
Sony Pictures Classics announced today that they have acquired worldwide rights to Maggie Betts’ Novitiate. The film is writer and director Betts’ feature debut. It recently premiered in competition at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews.
Starring Margaret Qualley, Julianne Nicholson, Dianna Agron, Morgan Saylor, and Melissa Leo, Novitiate is produced by Carole J.