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Starry Eyes Trailer


Sarah Walker wants more than anything to make it big in Hollywood, struggling to get by on her waitressing job at a fast food restaurant. It's even got to the point where she's finding it difficult to even spend time with her friends anymore, some of which are also, seemingly more successful, actors. One day, after what seemed like another failed audition (and rather unusual at that), she is unexpectedly called back, but it doesn't take long for her to discover that there's something very wrong with this casting call. Desperate enough to do whatever it takes to make it in Hollywood, she makes an agreement with the unconventional production house, who are willing to totally transform her body and mind no matter how horrific the process may be.

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Leica store Los Angeles opening

Noah Segan - Leica store Los Angeles grand opening at Leica Store - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 20th June 2013

'Easy to Assemble' Season 4 premiere screening held at Sundance Theatre

Illeana Douglas, Noah Segan and Kate Micucci - Illeana Douglas, Noah Segan, Kate Micucci Monday 15th October 2012 'Easy to Assemble' Season 4 premiere screening held at Sundance Theatre

Illeana Douglas, Noah Segan and Kate Micucci

'Easy to Assemble' Season 4 premiere screening held at Sundance Theatre

Hana Mae Lee, Noah Segan and Kate Micucci - Hana Mae Lee, Noah Segan, Kate Micucci Monday 15th October 2012 'Easy to Assemble' Season 4 premiere screening held at Sundance Theatre

Hana Mae Lee, Noah Segan and Kate Micucci
Hana Mae Lee, Noah Segan and Kate Micucci

'Looper' premiere arrival during the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) at Roy Thomson Hall.

Noah Segan Thursday 6th September 2012 'Looper' premiere arrival during the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) at Roy Thomson Hall.

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Looper Trailer


Joe Simmons is a looper from Kansas City in 2042; a hitman hired to assassinate victims sent to him by a gang of mobsters from thirty years into the future through the outlawed method of time travel. The only rule put to him is that the targets must not escape. One day, on his regular duties, a new victim shows up who happens to be without the customary sack over his head. When he looks up, Joe recognises the man as an older version of himself and his sudden shock gives his future self the opportunity to disarm him and make a break for it. When Joe's criminal employees find out about the escape, they set out to destroy him for his failure. It doesn't take long for him to convince himself that he must kill his future self despite the fact that he is being used in order for the lawless organisation to 'close the loop'.

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Star Magazine honors the next generation of young Hollywood stars, held at Voyeur

Noah Segan Wednesday 31st March 2010 Star Magazine honors the next generation of young Hollywood stars, held at Voyeur West Hollywood, USA

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Brick Review


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It doesn't take long to notice that Brick is a film that feels entirely fresh and new. It hits you rather suddenly, a few minutes after the movie begins: Why are teenagers talking like they came out of a Dashiell Hammett novel?

That's the rub, folks: Brick, as best as you can describe it, is a postmodern mashup of a '90s teen drug drama and a '30s noir. The setup is quite straightforward: A girl named Emily (Emilie de Ravin) is dead, and her ex-boyfriend Brendan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who apparently can't get enough of the indie scene now) wants to find out what happened. He suspects foul play, and he launches an investigation, much like some renegade gumshoe might do, always evading the watchful eye of the chief. Only here, there's no chief, just a principal (Richard Roundtree, of all people). With the help of a brilliant colleague -- er, classmate -- Brendan starts digging into the underworld, such as it exists in a world of letter jackets and parking lot brawls. (Indeed, for all the talk of highschool, not a single class is actually attended in Brick.)

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