America Ferrera seen alone and with Ben Feldman at an event hosted by NBC And Vanity Fair to toast the 2016-2017 TV Season held at NeueHouse, Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 3rd November 2016
Ben Feldman and Michelle Mulitz at the 5th annual 'Hilarity for Charity' Los Angeles Variety Show: Seth Rogen's Halloween at Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 15th October 2016
Wesley Snipes - who is set to star in the upcoming series 'The Player' - was spotted on the red carpet at the 2015 NBC Upfront Presentation held at Radio City Music Hall in New York. He was joined by his co-stars Damon Gupton, Philip Winchester and Charity Wakefield.
Scarlett Marlowe is an urban archaeologist studying in Paris where she and her two friends hope to discover a secret chamber beneath the city containing a crucial piece of history. In order to find it, they decide to go through the miles of tunnels holding the Catacombs of Paris; 330 year old underground ossuaries holding the skeletal remains of six million people. However, after an accident leaves them trapped far below the streets, they start to realise that these tombs hold a lot more secrets than they originally thought when ghosts of their pasts start materialising before them; objects from their childhood, phantom people and their real inner demons. They also come across an ancient stone bearing, according to mythology, the inscription of the Gates of Hell, and they start to wonder if that's really where they've ended up.
'As Above, So Below' is a terrifying found footage horror directed by John Erick Dowdle ('Devil', 'Quarantine', 'The Poughkeepsie Tapes') who was also the co-writer alongside his brother and frequent collborator Drew Dowdle. It's a fictional tale based on the real Catacombs of Paris that have long been creeping out unwary tourists. The movie is scheduled for release in UK cinemas on August 15th 2014.
A blindly disconcerting fantasy aimed at girls in theirearly teens -- no one else could stomach it -- the movie stars Hilary Duffas Holly, a perky 16-year-old who isn't smart enough to realize that inventinga secret admirer to woo her lonely, romantically desperate mom is not justa gross invasion of privacy, but also downright cruel.
She sends flowers, and exchanges flirtatious emails andinstant messages, toying with her mother's heart. She models the mysteryman after a friend's handsome uncle (even using his picture, thus runningthe risk of Mom awkwardly bumping into the guy) and enlists another friendto call and pretend to be him.
As her scheme spins out of control, she causes $100,000-plusin damage to a friend's restaurant (which would certainly have to closefor repairs) and ruins a perfect stranger's wedding in an insultingly contrivedmisunderstanding. But Holly doesn't learn a single lesson from any of thisand never apologizes -- not even to her mom -- because these terrible blundersthat could destroy people's lives are all supposed to be just oh so adorableand funny.
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