Happy End (2003)
The series opens on March 2 with the Us premiere of Shinya Tsukamoto's Kotoko, winner of the Orizzonti Jury Award in Venice last fall. Just yesterday, Todd Brown posted the first trailer at Twitch.
The schedule for the films that follow:
March 3. Hirokazu Kore-eda's Air Doll (2009), Lee Yoon-ki's My Dear Enemy (2008), Tsukamoto's Vital (2004) and A Snake of June (2003).
March 4. Hiroki Ryuichi's Vibrator (2003) and M (2006).
March 7. Wakamatsu's Petrel Hotel Blue and Running in Madness, Dying in Love
The 94 year old, who lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico, died last Thursday after a long illness, according to Santa Fe Funeral Options, a local funeral home.
The news comes just a week after his TV colleague Picerni suffered a fatal heart attack at his home in Llano, California.
Gordon made his Broadway debut in 1937, playing several small roles in The Fireman's Flame. His other Broadway credits include Arsenic and Old Lace, Medea, Richard II, The Lark and Nowhere to Go But Up.
His television career kicked off in the 1940s, with guest appearances on several U.S. series, including I Spy, Have Gun - Will Travel, Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, Bonanza and Police Woman, among others.
In the late 1950s, he was the host of espionage docudrama Behind Closed Doors, and in the 1960s he enjoyed a recurring role on Peyton Place.
But Gordon will perhaps be best remembered for his role as mob boss Frank Nitti on classic 1960s U.S. TV series The Untouchables.
His feature film credits include Love Happy (1949), The Buccaneer (1958) and Tower of London (1962).
Information on Gordon's survivors was not made available as WENN went to press.
The Silent House (La Casa Muda)
Dir: Gustavo Hernandez
Running Time: 85 mins
Uruguayan thriller, The Silent House, was shot in a single take using a Canon digital camera earning itself some much needed respect. Unfortunately, aside from appreciation of this methodology there is little to admire.
Laura and her father,
Synopsis: Happy End: once the home of the Friendly Oatmeal Factory, now a long-forgotten ghost town in the middle of nowhere—and an unintended stopover for six best friends who are about to discover the true meaning of terror. The Oatmeal Man is a comedy / horror film written by Jesse Gordon and directed by Sean Gordon for Pulsar Pictures. The movie has a tentative 2010 release date. Horror never tasted so good!
Robinson (Mathieu Amalric) is having a sort of mid-life crisis in the middle of all the chaos. He fell in love with an exotic siren Laetitia (androgynous Omahyra Mota, a Dominican fashion model) while staying in picturesque seaside town of Biarritz. As this chaotic film even more unravels with flashbacks, we get to learn how the tumultuous relationship has been as they travel from Spain, Taiwan, Canada to Paris. On the way to find Lae in a long winded road trip through Pamplona to finally emptied out Paris, Robinson gets plenty of sex and some more. I mean,
So who have been mentioned for the lead role?
First, we have Josh Hartnett. Why is there a big push to cast him? I have no idea, but apparently, Branagh is considering him for either the role of Thor or his nemesis, Loki.
Then, we have a bunch of unknowns! And I'll post their mini-bio from IMDb, okay? And keep in mind, these actors are all being tossed around for the role of Thor.
Here we go. Charlie Hunnam
Charlie Matthew Hunnam was born in Newcastle, England on April 10, 1980. At 16 years of age, he made guest appearances in the popular TV series "Byker Grove" (1989).
Perhaps his most famous television role has been that of the love-smitten Nathan Maloney
It’s not a sageuk, so you have a certain freedom to express what you want without having your hands tied by details like dates and events. Then again, it’s a period drama, so re-enactment becomes even more important. People always seem to associate a certain mood to historical periods, and anything delving into the colonial era is expected to ooze depression and despair. It was for that reason, even before its script started shooting on its own feet like a mad cowboy, that 경성스캔들 (Scandal in Old Seoul) was harshly criticized. How could people, like, have fun in the 30s? It was a world in black and white, populated by independence fighters and pro-Japanese collaborators alone, so the dream of a woman who wanted to become the best in the air, that gem called 청연 (Blue Swallow), wasn’t kosher.
Speaking Of singing, this very Sun day the actress supreme, Christine Baranski, will depart the Longacre Theatre after the matinee of "Boeing Boeing" and step onto Jeff Zucker's Ge helicopter. That will land her in Southampton in time for the gala Hamptons premiere of the new big hit movie musical "Mamma Mia!"
Although she's the star of the film, Meryl Streep, won't be attending - her co-star, the handsome Pierce Brosnan,
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