Filmmakers Dan Bush and Conal Byrne attempt a mash-up of a frantic heist movie with supernatural horror. It's a clever idea, but the script isn't nearly as smart as it's trying to be, falling back on feeble attempts to generate suspense by throwing every cliche imaginable at the screen. The watchable cast makes sure we don't get bored, but it isn't long before we begin to suspect that there's nothing to this film at all.
It's set in a bank that has a history of robberies, including one that turned extremely violent years ago. Now sisters Lea and Vee (Francesca Eastwood and Taryn Manning) are working with their dim but useful brother Michael (Scott Haze) and a couple of hotheaded thugs (Keith Loneker and Michael Milford) to stage a heist in broad daylight. But nothing goes as planned, especially as a detective (Clifton Collins Jr.) immediately turns up outside. Inside, assistant bank manager Ed (James Franco) is trying to cooperate, but head teller Susan (Q'orianka Kilcher) won't stop talking about how the bank is haunted.
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Francesca Eastwood and Frances Fisher arriving at the 26th Annual Environmental Media Awards (EMA's) held at Warner Brothers Studios, Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 22nd October 2016
The Four Seasons was one of the most adored rock bands of the sixties with its charismatic partnership of four singers led by the infamous Frankie Valli, whose powerful falsetto took the world by storm. But like any chart sensations, they started from the bottom living a difficult life in New Jersey. Despite achieving the fame they so desperately yearned for as young musicians, with success brought a lot of struggles; the band members' relationships became frequently tested, particularly as both fans and producers became interested in bringing Frankie's voice out more and more. Meanwhile, they had their personal lives to worry about with family troubles and problems involving the Mob - but in the end, the successes of tunes such as 'Sherry', 'Big Girls Don't Cry' and 'Walk Like a Man' would make them the one of the most iconic acts of the decade.
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Francesca Eastwood - The Weinstein Company & Netflix 2014 Golden Globes After Party held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. 12th January 2013. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 13th January 2014
Francesca Eastwood is already wanting her marriage to Jonah Hill's older brother, Jordan Feldstein, annulled just after a week since the wedding.
Clint Eastwood's daughter, Francesca, is trying to get her week-long marriage annulled.
The 20 year-old married Jonah Hill's older brother, Jordan Feldstein (35), in a Las Vegas chapel on 17th November.
Feldstein is a very successful music manager who boots clients such as Maroon 5, Adam Levine and Robin Thicke.
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Was it a quickie marriage or a complex plan to elude the media?
Celebrity relatives getting hitched, what could be more exciting? This weekend it was Clint Eastwood’s daughter Francesca Eastwood and Jonah Hill’s bro Jordan Feldstein got a quickie Vegas marriage last weekend, according to TMZ. The website bases this information on a photo of a marriage certificate with the pair’s names on it, dated November 17.
Is Miss Eastwood a Mrs now?
Oh and as a bit of added novelty, the gorgeous Eastwood and her new husband tied the knot at the Simple Wedding Chappel, which, among other things, offers Elvis impersonators as witnesses. According to the TMZ report, that’s all the information anyone (besides the newlyweds themselves, presumably) has at this point, with the two keeping mum about the whole thing. The website reports that Francesca was spotted out and about in Hollywood this week, sans wedding ring. But it could just be that the two are trying to be private about the affair… well, affair probably isn’t the right word at this point. But you get the idea - it was all very hush-hush.
But, what's that you say, what is a Miss Golden Globe? Well, it's basically an award-like status handed to the daughter of someone famous who appears at the awards and helps out in the organization of the event in the run up to it. Past Miss Golden Globers have included Rumer Willis (daughter to Bruce Willis and Demi Moore), Melanie Griffith (daughter of Peter Griffith and Tippi Hedren) and William Shatner's daughter Lisebeth Shatner. Despite being called Miss Golden Globe, the title isn't awarded singularly to women, as Freddie Prinze Jr. (son of Freddie Prinze) was Miss Golden Globe in 1996, while in 1995 Clark Gable's son John Clark Gable was the Miss.
Speaking to E! Francesca expressed her excitement and apprehension. "I'm very excited and honored to be part of Hollywood history and to follow in the footsteps of so many amazing [girls]." She said, "Everybody keeps asking me if I'm nervous-and now I feel like I should be! Maybe for falling over on stage I'm nervous about!" The Golden Globes Awards celebration is set for January 13th 2013.