AnnaLynne McCord - 90210 actress AnnaLynne McCord leaving Vegan Food in West Hollywood after dinner with a friend. She wore a metallic silver camisole top with wedge shoes - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 10th March 2015
AnnaLynne McCord - A host of celebrities were photographed as they arrived for The 3rd Annual Noble Awards which honor humanitarians and their hard work around the world. The awards were held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 28th February 2015
Jack is a gambler whose habits have increasingly got more and more out of control. Now finding his way into the criminal underworld of the city, he unwittingly winds up getting into a deadly wager with an unforgiving player, who drags him into the centre of a vicious murder conspiracy. It's all he can do to protect the lives of his wife and child by getting to the bottom of what's really going on, but in doing so he thrusts himself in the centre of the danger, with a vengeful plot now aimed at him. With the odds finally stacked against him, he finds help in the form of Paulie Trunks; a loan shark known for his brutal methods and high debt collection record. He might have the best of the best on his side, but after being jumped in his own apartment by a group of violent thugs and robbed of all the money he has, thinks are not looking in his favour.
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Actress AnnaLynne McCord has penned an essay for Cosmopolitan magazine revealing the rape ordeal she suffered as a teenager,
Former ‘90210’ actress and ‘Dallas’ star AnnaLynne McCord, has opened up for the first time about the sexual assault she suffered at age 18 which left her “seriously” considering suicide.
AnnaLynne McCord stars in '90210'
In an essay written for Cosmopolitan magazine the actress recalls the night when a male friend raped her in her sleep whilst he was staying in her apartment. McCord writes that the unnamed man had told her he needed somewhere to get a good night's sleep in LA before a meeting. Since she’d known him for some time, McCord “offered a clean towel,” but after the two stayed up talking for a while she fell asleep. The actress then writes that when she woke up, “he was inside me.”
The CW has decided against renewing 90210 for season six.
The game is finally up for 90210, which, to be fair has been on borrowed time for years. The long-running drama starring AnnaLynne McCord, Shenae Grimes and Matt Lanter will wrap up its five seasons on May 13, 2013, though will not return for season six.
TV Line say the 1990s reboot's finale will be paired with a retrospective, similar to the goodbyes given to One Tree Hill and Gossip Girl (also on The CW)
"The CW has had five great seasons with America's favorite zip code, 90210," CW president Mark Pedowitz said in a statement. "I'd like to thank the talented cast, producers, and crew for all their hard work and dedication to the series. We are very proud of the West Beverly High alumni."
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There's an element of parody to this jet-black comedy, but the film is so creepy that it gets under our skin. And even if it feels a bit ridiculous, the story challenges us with an exploration of bullying and social pressure that's deeply unsettling. All while writer-director Bates gleefully keeps us off-balance with a shifting mix of broad comedy and growing horror.
It's also a deranged coming-of-age tale about Pauline (McCord), a teen outcast who delusionally believes that she is destined to be a great surgeon. This is mainly because she wants to cure her sister Grace (Winter) of cystic fibrosis. So she teaches herself surgical skills by piercing her nose, among other things. She also propositions a hot classmate (Sumpter) about losing her virginity, partly because this is in her master plan and partly to annoy his mean-girl girlfriend (McCook), and he doesn't refuse. Meanwhile, her mother (Lords) makes it clear that she doesn't like Pauline, treating her husband (Bart) like dirt while doting on Grace.
The film's opening scenes are like a Todd Solondz movie, with grotesque characters saying staggeringly rude things to each other. And as events unfold, each person develops some complexity that makes them intriguing. It also helps that scenes are packed with lively side characters played by starry veterans. McDowell, Matlin and Wise play school employees who are baffled by Pauline's refusal to toe the line. And Waters is dryly hilarious as the sardonic priest Pauline is forced to see for counselling.
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