Alysia Reiner , David Alan Basche - Samsung Hope For Children Gala held at the Hammerstein Ballroom - Arrivals at Hammerstein Ballroom - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 17th September 2015
Alysia Reiner and David Alan Basche - The Cast of the movie Equity had dinner at Stephen Starr's Tulula's Garden in Philadelphia at Tulula's Garden - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States - Thursday 23rd July 2015
David Alan Basche - A host of stars were photographed on the red carpet as they arrived at the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards which were held at the Shrine auditorium in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 25th January 2015
Maddie Corman, Alysia Reiner, David Alan Basche and SAY kids - A variety of stars were photographed as they attended the Third Annual SAY all-star bowling benefit which was held at Lucky Strike Lanes in New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 13th January 2015
The cast of 'Girls' led by Lena Dunham posed alongside each other on the proverbial red carpet at the show's fourth season premiere held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Among the stars were Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet and Jemima Kirke.
Arrivals at the Annie Leibovitz/Macallen event in New York included the portrait photographer herself (Annie) alongside 'Grey's Anatomy' star Kevin McKidd, former WWE wrestler Stacy Keibler, Gym Class Heroes rapper Travie McCoy, 'Mad Men' stars and offscreen couple Vincent Kartheiser and Alexis Bledel, TV and Off Broadway actress Alysia Reiner with her actor husband David Alan Basche and TV pastry chef Johnny Iuzzini.
Charlie Kenton is a former boxer who finds he's given a huge opportunity to make something of his life when he and his estranged son team up to build a robot to fight in a new extreme sport called robot boxing, a hi-tech sport that's become one of the most profitable forms of entertainment in the world.
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The horrors of September 11, 2001, have been well documented. Seconds after American Airlines Flight 11 slammed into the World Trade Center's north tower, our collective attentions fixed on the unthinkable scene. Hours stretched into days as we huddled around television sets questioning reality and wondering how such a thing could have happened on our soil.
Reconstructed, minute-by-minute accounts of that morning's tragic events miraculously leave some facets hidden. In between the black box recordings, government-commissioned studies, and Internet conspiracy theories lie untold stories of courage and determination that are deeply rooted in the American spirit of retaliation and our inherent desire to fight back when pinned against a proverbial wall.
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I'm not talking about masked-psycho-with-a-chainsaw scary.That's kids' stuff. This is a slow, relentless, meticulous fear. It's thefear of uncertainty, the fear of grand-scale devastation that humanityis powerless to stop. It's a fear that fills the air like a storm and creepsup your spine in a way that's hard to shake. It is a fear not unlike whatevery American felt on September 11, 2001 -- but divorced from fact andrealigned as entertainment through the subconsciously reassuring comfortof a movie theater seat and a tub of popcorn.
It's visceral, it's psychological, and it comes more fromthe terrified performances of Tom Cruise and the remarkable Dakota Fanning(the angelic 10-year-old from "Hide& Seek" and "Manon Fire") -- as a dock-worker deadbeatdad and his daughter on the run from 100-foot alien killing machines --than from the film's hyper-realistic special effects and monsters (whicharen't that different from the ones in the shamelessly corny "Warof the Worlds" rip-off "Independence Day").
The film is worth seeing just to experience this fear,which is a testament to the power of cinema.
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Charlie Kenton is a former boxer who finds he's given a huge opportunity to make...
The horrors of September 11, 2001, have been well documented. Seconds after American Airlines Flight...