Michael Polish , Kate Bosworth - The Weinstein Company and Netflix 2016 Golden Globes After Party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel at Beverly Hitlon Hotel, Golden Globes, Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 11th January 2016
Michael Polish , Kate Bosworth - Los Angeles premiere of 'The Art of More,' a Crackle original series at William Holden Theatre At Sony Pictures Studios - Culver City, California, United States - Thursday 29th October 2015
Michael Polish , Kate Bosworth - Los Angeles Premiere for Crackle's "The Art of More" at William Holden Theatre At Sony Pictures Studios - Culver City, California, United States - Thursday 29th October 2015
Don Piper is a baptist minister who has everything to live for; a wonderful wife and three kids, and a promising career; but his life is about to change forever during a trip back home from Texas. In a horrific road accident which saw a truck hit his car, he sustains apparently fatal injuries and is pronounced dead immediately by first responders. Hoping for a miracle, a fellow pastor on the scene prays for him, and to his joyous surprise, realises that Piper has come back to them. He wakes up critically injured, but that's the least of it; he also has a remarkable story to tell of being deceased for 90 minutes. As he slipped away, he claims he caught a glimpse of heaven, and that's something he finds incredibly difficult to let go upon regaining consciousness. He's ready to die, but his friends and family are not going to let that happen. Through the power of prayer, he is brought forth from the brink of death once again.
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It was a glamorous occasion for female celebrities at the Tiffany & Co 2014 Blue Book Gala held at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. 'Homefront' actress Kate Bosworth arrived with her husband Michael Polish and stole the show in a gorgeous pale pink frock teamed with red lipstick and her blonde locks swept to the side.
'Avengers' star Samuel L. Jackson and 'Homefront' actress Kate Bosworth with husband Michael Polish were among the star-studded arrivals at the Museum Of The Moving Image's 28th Annual Salute in New York, which this year was honouring 'House Of Cards' actor Kevin Spacey.
The actress married her 'Big Sur' colleague in a Montana ranch.
Actress Kate Bosworth and her director fiancé Michael Polish have finally tied the knot in an intimate Philipsburg ceremony in Montana last Saturday (31st August). The couple assembled roughly 50-75 of their closest friends and family for a wedding at The Ranch at Rock Creek where they arrived in a stagecoach pulled by two horses, reports Us Weekly.
Kate & Michael Have Married In Montana.
Despite the wedding being a strictly private affair to prevent the prying eyes of the media, as well as the two Oscar de la Renta designer dresses that Bosworth wore, there were plenty of quirky and romantic touches that kept the wedding feeling special. Guests were given Polaroid cameras to take photos of the happy couple's celebration which were stuck on a wall in the lodge that said "Love Is..."
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Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish married at a private outdoor ceremony in Philipsburg, Montana on Saturday (31st August)
Kate Bosworth married Michael Polish on Saturday (31st August) at a ceremony in Montana. The couple have been dating since 2011. 30-year old Bosworth became engaged to 42-year-old Polish last August and Bosworth confirmed the news via Twitter in September. They became engaged whilst on holiday in South Korea, according to Us Weekly.
Michael Polish and Kate Bosworth at Vanity Fair's Oscar Party in L.A. in 2013.
It seems it was love at first sight as Bosworth said, in an interview with Instyle UK, "I never even dated my husband-to-be, he said to me after just a few weeks before we were even together, 'I'm going to marry you.' He just knew'." In the same issue, Bosworth had promised that the ceremony was going to be anything but ordinary, although specific details have not, as yet, been discussed by guests. In the interview Bosworth said "I can give you one detail: it's not the norm and whisky will be involved."
Kate Bosworth and her director hubby Michael Polish said 'I do' in an outdoor ceremony in Montana this Saturday (31 August)
Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish both said yes when they exchanged vows in a back-to-nature ceremony in Montana earlier this week. The two tied the knot in front of family and friends in the outdoor ceremony on Saturday (31 August), at The Ranch at Rock Creek in Philipsburg, Montana, People confirmed.
Congratulations to Michael Polish and Kate Bosworth!
The 30-year-old actress and her 42-year-old director husband met on the set of the 2011 film Big Sur, which starred Bosworth and was directed by Polish. The two began dating almost immediately and the sparks flew instantaneously between them, with Polish proposing to Bosworth a year later. The actress confirmed her engagement with the director on Twitter, tweeting in September 2012, "Thank you for all the wonderful engagement wishes...We feel truly blessed."
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'Superman Returns' star Kate Bosworth arrives at LAX airport with her film director fiance Michael Polish. They walk behind an assistant who is pushing their luggage cart and one fan waits outside the building and asks for an autograph. As they get into an awaiting car, a photographer asks, 'Over the shoulder, Kate?' before his fellow paparazzo laughs and says 'Yeah, right!'. Indeed, Kate ignores the request and the photographer jokes, 'I'm crushed!'
Two old friends accidentally meet up whilst on separate work assignments, and end up falling in love. They decide to flee together, using all modes of transport - car, train and motorcycle - to get across France, going through Normandy and St. Tropez. The couple are madly in love, and appear to be living in a blissful carefree environment, with dabbles of shame and confusion. The final result of their love is left to whatever the viewer interprets it as.
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The proposition is that a village, in 1955, sits on a natural basin of land that will be flooded by a new dam. The inhabitants have to move. The upside is that power will be provided for those above the new waterline. The downer is that the last few stragglers don't wanna go but are doomed to do so, like it or not.
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