Monthly Archives: July 2013

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl Stills

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Sienna Miller: Factory Girl

Factory Girl

The true story of one woman’s brief and ultimately tragic flirtation with fame in the 1960s provides the basis for this biographical drama. In 1943, Edie Sedgwick (Sienna Miller) was born to a wealthy and socially prominent family, and she grew up with beauty and money, but also a history of mental illness; she was hospitalized with an eating disorder in her late teens, and by the time she was 21, two of her seven siblings had died before their time. In 1964, Edie moved to New York City, and quickly made a splash on the Manhattan social scene; she became friendly with the famous pop artist Andy Warhol (Guy Pearce), who was fascinated by her gamine loveliness and her quirky personality.

Warhol wasted no time in casting her in one of his underground movies, and she quickly became a crucial part of his retinue of “superstars.” Fashion icon Diana Vreeland (Illeana Douglas) was convinced Edie had the looks and charm to also become a successful model, and soon she was gracing the pages of Life, Vogue, and Glamour. But Edie’s instability was hardly helped by her new fast-lane lifestyle, and when she met Billy Quinn (Hayden Christensen), a folk rock singer-songwriter often cited as “the voice of a generation,” he persuaded her that Warhol and his associates were simply using her fame and beauty for their own gain, and she found herself torn between two powerful mentors, one of whom had become her lover as well. Factory Girl also co-stars Jimmy Fallon, Mena Suvari, and Tara Summers as regulars at the Warhol “Factory.” The character of Musician was inspired in part by Bob Dylan, who was romantically involved with Edie Sedgwick for a brief time.

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Nicole Kidman: Nine

Nicole Kidman: Nine

Nicole Kidman: Nine

Nine

Nine is a vibrant and provocative musical that follows the life of world famous film director Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis) as he reaches a creative and personal crisis of epic proportion, while balancing the numerous women in his life including his wife (Marion Cotillard), his mistress (Penelope Cruz), his film star muse (Nicole Kidman), his confidant and costume designer (Judi Dench), an American fashion journalist (Kate Hudson), the whore from his youth (Fergie) and his mother (Sophia Loren). The film is directed by Rob Marshall (CHICAGO). The original 1982 Broadway production of Nine, with music and lyrics by Maury Yeston, won five Tony Awards including Best Musical.

Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Sarah Michelle Gellar: Veronika Decides to Die

Veronika Decides to Die

The story centers on Veronika, a woman in her mid twenties who appears to have everything: good looks, good job and a great life ahead of her. Yet she decides to end her own life. She is unsuccessful and awakens in a mental hospital where she learns that she has five days to live. We learn that the reason that she attempted suicide was that she felt so constrained by the rules and expectations of ‘normal’ society that she had concluded that she had experienced all that life had to offer. However in the hospital she meets people who are only ‘insane’ because they don’t always follow society’s rules. With little left to lose, Veronika embarks on a journey on which she frees herself to experience relationships and emotions and ultimately discovers what it means to live.

Jennifer Aniston: He’s Just Not That Into You

Jennifer Aniston: He's Just Not That Into You

Jennifer Aniston: He’s Just Not That Into You

Jennifer Aniston: He's Just Not That Into You

Jennifer Aniston: He’s Just Not That Into You

Jennifer Aniston: He's Just Not That Into You

Jennifer Aniston: He’s Just Not That Into You

Jennifer Aniston: He's Just Not That Into You

Jennifer Aniston: He’s Just Not That Into You

He’s Just Not That Into You

Screenwriters Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein team to adapt writing duo Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo’s best-selling book concerning the ever-widening gap between genders and the misunderstandings that often arise between couples. In the film, a woman who can’t seem to get a grip on the men in her life pursues an advice columnist who never quite knew what he wanted in a relationship. Prolific television director Ken Kwapis (Freaks and Geeks and The Office) helms a romantic comedy produced by and starring Drew Barrymore. The ensemble also includes Jennifer Connelly, Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Justin Long, and Ginnifer Goodwin.

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Eva Green: Cracks

Cracks

Dazzling debut from Jordan Scott (daughter of legendary director Ridley Scott), stars Eva Green as the mesmerizing Miss G, a liberating force in a staid but idyllic British boarding school. The story follows a clique of six girls whose dynamic is thrown off kilter by the arrival of a beautiful new Spanish student Fiamma. The hazy summer days by the lake provide the perfect setting for Fiamma’s wild and intriguing tales of her travels in India with her father. Miss G is captivated but it’s not long before ripples appear on the surface and the cracks beneath emerge in the relationship between teacher and pupil.

Blade: Trinity – Abigail Whistler Stills

Blade: Trinity -  Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity – Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity -  Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity – Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity -  Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity – Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity -  Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity – Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity -  Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity – Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity -  Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity – Abigail Whistler

Blade: Trinity –  Abigail Whistler (Jessica Biel Stills)

Wesley Snipes returns as the day-walking vampire hunter in the explosive third and final film of the Blade franchise, Blade: Trinity. For years, Blade has fought against the vampires in the cover of night, with the world above unaware of the brutal ongoing war. But now, after falling into the crosshairs of the FBI, he is forced out into the daylight, where he is driven to join forces with a clan of human vampire hunters he never knew existed – the Nightstalkers. Together with Abigail (Jessica Biel) and Hannibal (Ryan Reynolds), two deftly trained Nightstalkers, Blade follows a trail of blood to the ancient creature that is also hunting him … the original vampire, Dracula. Blade: Trinity is written and directed by David S. Goyer, who has written all three films in the trilogy, based on characters created for the comic book.

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Halle Berry: Perfect Stranger

Perfect Stranger

Perfect Stranger focuses on Rowena Price (Halle Berry), a reporter for a major New York City newspaper who goes undercover to investigate the unsolved murder of one of her childhood friends. The path leads her directly into the office and the personal life of multi-millionaire Harrison Hill (Bruce Willis), CEO of a powerful advertising agency. Investigating him from all angles, Rowena assumes new identities in life and on line. She then harnesses the devastatingly effective tools of cyberspace in an attempt to bring her victim to justice.