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NBC Upfront 2015

Melissa George - NBC Upfront 2015 at Radio City - New York, New York, United States - Monday 11th May 2015

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Entertainment Weekly And PEOPLE Party

Melissa George - Entertainment Weekly And PEOPLE Celebrate The New York Upfronts - Arrivals - Manhattan, New York, United States - Tuesday 12th May 2015

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NBC 2015 Upfront at Radio City Music Hall

Melissa George - A host of stars were snapped as they arrived to Radio City Music Hall for the NBC 2015 Upfront event in New York City, New York, United States - Monday 11th May 2015

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2015 NBC Upfront Presentation

Melissa George - A host of stars were snapped as they arrived to Radio City Music Hall for the NBC 2015 Upfront event in New York City, New York, United States - Monday 11th May 2015

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Video - Ice-T Brings Along Wife Coco To 2015 NBC Upfront Presentation - Part 2


Rap legend Ice T, who stars in 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit', was spotted arriving on the red carpet at the 2015 NBC Upfront Presentation held at Radio City Music Hall in New York alongside his curvaceous wife Coco Austin.

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New York Premiere party for 'The Slap'

Uma Thurman, Melissa George and Thandie Newton - Shots of a variety if stars as they attend the New York Premiere party for 'The Slap' which was held at The New Museum in New York City, New York, United States - Monday 9th February 2015

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Felony Trailer


Malcom Toohey is a highly respected detective who lives life by the book, and tries to help as many people as he can along the way. All this gets upended, however, when he accidentally knocks down a child in the road with his car leaving him in a coma. He calls from an ambulance, but from the moment he fails to admit he was the one who struck the child with his vehicle, he thrusts himself into a whirlwind of lies, corruption and suspicion. His boss, Detective Carl Summer, is behind him, reluctant to reveal what really happened and convincing his team that Malcolm is innocent of any crime. However, one colleague refuses to let the matter lie and goes about trying to prove Malcolm's guilt, leaving Malcolm desperate to come clean before he is exposed, despite Carl's protestations.

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Melissa George Hates Talking About 'Home And Away'


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Melissa George may find herself getting angry at the mere mention of recently terminated BBC spy show Hunted after the viewing audience fell almost by half over the course of the series.

The former Aussie soapstar has reportedly been feeling a little touchy in recent interviews when questions about her Home and Away roots have been brought up. She lost her temper on Australia's The Morning Show earlier this month after being asked about it and slated the country's press saying: "I don't need credibility from my country any more, I just need them all to be quiet. If they have nothing intelligent to say, please don't speak to me anymore." She also added that felt she deserved respect for her hard work in the acting business. "My next call will be to Home and Away to ask them to pay me because nobody does more promotion for that f***ing show than me," she insisted. 

This wasn't the only time she has shocked the media with her dismissal of her previous work. In a transcript of a telephone interview with mX, she apparently hung up the phone after being asked: "Do you get a lot of Home and Away questions when you're back in Australia?" Since the soap she has starred in numerous TV shows and movies including The Amityville Horror, 30 Days of Night, Alias, Grey's Anatomy and most recently the British espionage drama Hunted where she played undercover spy Samantha Hunter. Given that the ratings for that show fell dramatically over just six episodes, from 4.5 million viewers to 2.6 million, and any chance of a second series has been scrapped, one has to wonder if this action drama flop is enough to cause further embarrassment for the actress.

A Lonely Place To Die Review


Excellent
Stunning locations in the Scottish Highlands add a professional sheen to this intense, rather nasty thriller. And a focussed, personal approach makes it thoroughly involving, charging up both the suspense and emotions.

Five friends are hiking in the wilderness when they discover a young girl, Anna (Boyd), buried in a box. The most adept climbers (George and Newman) go for help following a shortcut that involves a dangerous descent, while the others (Speleers, Magowan and Sweeney) take Anna on a safer route. But they're being chased by a pair of merciless killers (Harris and McCole) who need to get Anna back so they can collect ransom money from a shady Eastern European (Roden).

And as things turn very violent, everyone gets increasingly desperate to survive.

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Triangle Review


Good
British filmmaker Smith (Severance) comes up with an effectively disorienting premise that consistently keeps us both unsettled and unsure what might happen next. It may be a bit vague for some viewers, but others will love it.

Jess (George) is clearly having a bad morning when she joins her friend Greg (Dorman) for a day trip on his gorgeous sailboat with his friends Sally and Downey (Carpani and Nixon), their friend Heather (Lung) and Greg's shipmate Victor (Hemsworth). After a sudden freak storm, they are rescued by an ocean liner that seems to be utterly empty. Except that they start dying one by one.

Sort of. And Jess is the only one who has an inkling that she may be able to stop the cycle of violence.

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30 Days Of Night Review


Terrible
30 Days of Night amounts to two hours of missed opportunities.

Director David Slade crams Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith's unusual graphic novel through the modern-horror meat grinder, falling back on tiresome flash cuts, routine audio screeches, and an abundance of artificial gore.

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Turistas Review


Terrible
A tradesman in the ways of directing half-naked women, director John Stockwell has his hands full in his first foray into the horror genre. Stockwell has spent most of his career constructing exercises in bromidic romance and laughs, but here he attempts to follow up Into the Blue, his insipid take on The Deep, with a much darker trip into a tropical locale.

On a bus heading to a popular tourist town in Brazil, Alex (Josh Duhamel) has been given the charge of looking after his late-teen sister Bea (Olivia Wilde) and her friend Amy (Beau Garrett). When a near-accident sends the bus careening down a mountain and leaves the passengers waiting for another one, Alex, Bea, and Amy hook up with two Brits (Desmond Askew and Max Brown) and Pru (Melissa George), a tanned-up, bilingual woman who catches Alex's eye. They all head down to a beach bar where they proceed to drink themselves silly, grind against one another and practice the ancient art of putting on a bikini without getting naked (admittedly, my technique is lagging). When the sun comes up, the group realizes they have been drugged and that someone has stolen all their belongings, including passports and airplane tickets.

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Turistas Review


Terrible
A tradesman in the ways of directing half-naked women, director John Stockwell has his hands full in his first foray into the horror genre. Stockwell has spent most of his career constructing exercises in bromidic romance and laughs, but here he attempts to follow up Into the Blue, his insipid take on The Deep, with a much darker trip into a tropical locale.

On a bus heading to a popular tourist town in Brazil, Alex (Josh Duhamel) has been given the charge of looking after his late-teen sister Bea (Olivia Wilde) and her friend Amy (Beau Garrett). When a near-accident sends the bus careening down a mountain and leaves the passengers waiting for another one, Alex, Bea, and Amy hook up with two Brits (Desmond Askew and Max Brown) and Pru (Melissa George), a tanned-up, bilingual woman who catches Alex's eye. They all head down to a beach bar where they proceed to drink themselves silly, grind against one another and practice the ancient art of putting on a bikini without getting naked (admittedly, my technique is lagging). When the sun comes up, the group realizes they have been drugged and that someone has stolen all their belongings, including passports and airplane tickets.

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Derailed Review


Grim
During a recent interview, Derailed star Jennifer Aniston admitted that a close friend figured out the movie's driving twist after watching the trailer. Was the comment high praise for her pal's psychic abilities or a none-too-subtle dig at the obviousness of the linear plot?

Sadly, it's the latter. Derailed opens with a tantalizing scenario that threatens to go down a host of intriguing avenues until novelist James Siegel and screenwriter Stuart Beattie opt for the obvious paths. Note to savvy readers: If you suspect someone is in cahoots with the movie's main killer, you're right. They are. Except for that one guy, who actually does die, though you'd be willing to wager $100 he'll turn up again in the end. He doesn't.

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