Jennifer Morrison - 'Taxi Driver' 40th Anniversary Celebration during 2016 Tribeca Film Festival at The Beacon Theatre at Tribeca Film Festival, Beacon Theatre - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 21st April 2016
Jennifer Morrison - Cast reunite for 40th Anniversary for special screening of 'Taxi Driver' at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T at the Beacon Theate at Tribeca Film Festival - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 21st April 2016
After five seasons the ABC fantasy series is finally going to include an LGBT relationship.
‘Once Upon A Time’s’ upcoming fifth season is to feature the show’s first LGBT relationship, creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have confirmed. The ABC series comes back to US screens later this month and will see the return of Jamie Chung as Mulan.
Jamie Chung will return to ‘Once Upon A Time’ as Mulan this season.
At a screening of the season premiere on Friday, the showrunners were asked by Entertainment Weekly whether upon Mulan’s return to the series, the show would further explore her feelings for Aurora which had been hinted at back in season three.
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If you're not a fan of the animated musical, look away now- Frozen's global domination is showing no signs of slowing down.
It was announced earlier this year that ABC series 'Once Upon A Time' would be featuring a Frozen storyline on its fourth season, and the internet was soon flooded with casting rumours and suggestions for the roles of Elsa, Anna and Kristoff.
'Once Upon A Time' will bring the animated princesses to life
In the end the coveted parts went to relatively unknown young actors Georgina Haig, Elizabeth Lail and Scott Michael Foster, but it looks like another familiar face from the hit film is set to appear in Storybrooke; the dashing but villainous Prince Hans. No casting has been announced for the role yet but undoubtedly social media users will be voicing their own opinions about who should don Hans' cravette.
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Georgina Haig has been cast as the Snow Queen, Elsa in 'Once Upon A Time'. The Australian actress will be joined by Elizabeth Lail as Elsa's sister Anna and Scott Michael Foster as Anna's boyfriend Kristoff.
Georgina Haig is reportedly set to join the cast of Once Upon A Time as Elsa, the Snow Queen of Arendelle. The Australian actress is in talks with the ABC show's producers for the part in the upcoming fifth season, as TV Guide reports.
Georgina Haig will join the cast of Once Upon A Time as the Snow Queen Elsa.
The story line will evidently brush on the Snow Queen, first written by Hans Christian Anderson and recently adapted by Disney into the hit film Frozen. The film's producers are certainly invoking the film as they appreciated the take on Elsa. Executive producer Adam Horowitz said "The thing we loved so much about that movie, among a million other things, was that Elsa was misunderstood." This was echoed by Edward Kitsis who announced Elsa would not be the show's antagonist, stating Elsa "was never a villain."
Continue reading: Georgina Haig Set To Play Frozen's Snow Queen Elsa In 'Once Upon A Time'
Neil LaBute adapts his bracingly astute play into a series of scenes that make us question how men and women ever come together to make a relationship work. The central idea is that we hurt each other even when we don't mean to, and through a series of face-offs between a man and his ex-girlfriends, the film leaves us wondering what we might have done to our own partners along the way.
At the centre is a writer (Brody) in his 30s, who wants to clear away his relational baggage before he gets married. He flies first to Seattle to meet his school girlfriend Sam (Morrison). She's now married with kids, and he wants to talk about their break-up. "You ended it," she corrects him. And he finds his memories equally unreliable as he visits Tyler (Maestro) in Chicago, Lindsay (Watson) in Boston, Reggie (Kazan) back in Seattle again and Bobbi (Bell) in Los Angeles. While zig-zagging across America he begins to realise that he was always the problem.
As the scenes unfold, Brody's unnamed character reveals himself as weak, shallow and self-absorbed, but also relentlessly charming. it's a brave, transparent performance that takes on resonance as he begins to understand that he's flawed and, even worse, ordinary. Opposite him, the women are all variations on a fantasy: the good girl, the sex pot, the experienced older woman, the flirty little sister of his best friend, the brainy hottie. They're superbly well-played by these actresses; Watson's piercing honesty is the stand-out, while Kazan's role is the most haunting.
Continue reading: Some Girl(s) Review
Amanda Seyfried opted to keep her clothes on for the 'naked' issue.
Actresses including Naya Rivera, Jennifer Morrison stripped down for nude shots by famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier for the 'Look Better Naked' issue of Allure, though Amanda Seyfried kept her clothes on throughout. It wasn't that the Les Miserables actress was opposed to it though, "I would have, but my publicist wouldn't let me!" she apparently told a friend at a dinner celebrating the new issue, according to the New York Post.
Regardless, Seyfried appeared to make up for the lack of flesh by giving some pretty raunchy answers during the accompanying interview. When asked what advice she was given by her vocal coach for Les Miserables, the actress said she was told to imagine "deep-throating a penis, get that feeling in the back of your throat, and then sing. That's where you larynx is." All that effort and it was Anne Hathaway who ended up winning the Oscar!
Allure's 'Look Better Naked' issue will be available on April 22, 2013. Others posing nude include Cougar Town's Christa Miller and Nashville's Clare Bowen. "My body isn't going to look like this forever. I think it's lovely to have that preservation," the latter said, reflected on the shoot. Jennifer Morrison had a similar outlook, "It hasn't been a conscious choice, but [those offers] don't really come my way," she said. "Maybe this shoot will change that. I've always been an active person, and working out is part of my life."
After running away from home with his mother some 15 years earlier, ex-soldier Tommy (Hardy) drops in on his drunken dad Paddy (Nolte). Tommy isn't impressed that Pop has found God and remained sober for three years, but he agrees to let Pop coach him again as a mixed martial arts fighter. Meanwhile, Tommy's brother Brendan (Edgerton) is estranged from both his brother and his dad. A family man teaching physics at a Philadelphia high school, he's in trouble with the bank over a dodgy mortgage, so returns to his Ultimate Fighter roots.
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Mackenzie Astin (The Last Days of Disco) stars as Joe, who is told by his rather flippant doctor he has a matter of days or weeks to live. A despondent Joe throws caution to the wind and figures he'll go on a cross-country trip of self-discovery, ostensibly in search of his childhood friend Joyce (Jennifer Morrison).
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Think "Blue Crush" without water -- or awesome surfing footage, likable characters with real personalities, beautiful girls in bikinis or anything else worth watching -- and I guarantee whatever you have in mind is still better than "Grind."
A skateboarding road-trip flick that will bore real skateboarders silly (and I should know -- I've been one since the late '70s), it includes barely 10 minutes of badly-edited actual boarding, less than half of which features the main characters (no-name actors using obvious stunt doubles), who in the course of the movie perform only one trick (at the very end) that's beyond the abilities of any dedicated junior high school punk with a modicum of talent.
Built on the "Crush" story template, the rest of the movie's 100-minute run-time is spent following four witless, college-age pro-tour wannabes around the country as they stalk and hassle the current king of sponsored skateboarding (Jason London) to look at a videotape of their supposedly fancy footwork.
Continue reading: Grind Review
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