In a dark and corrupt world, the rich and powerful are the bad guys, while those who strive to bring them down are destined to fail. With sin and vice running wild, the dirty police force are pushed into a war with the criminals they have spent so long supporting. Cymbeline (Ed Harris) is a powerful drug lord that one day decides he no longer wants to pay the police for their protection, pushing both sides to put their financial goals aside and embark in a bitter and desperate battle to rid the world of one-another.
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MTV's MLK Day celebration is a bit different this year.
Today, in honour of Martin Luther King Day, MTV is returning to its progressive, socially conscious days with a special twist on its programming. For twelve straight hours, the channel will air all its shows and music videos (all two of them) in black and white, in an effort to draw attention to racial tensions in the US.
Commercials will still air in colour though, presumably because capitalism trumps social justice.
'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.
'Boardwalk Empire' star Michael Shannon and 'Weeds' actress Mary Louise Parker were seen arriving at the Esquire 80th anniversary celebration in New York, which also celebrated the launch of the magazine's brand new TV network. The channel will air TV shows on a range of subjects that are currently discussed in various sections of the publication.
As the headline suggests, the following story contains a massive Gossip Girl spoiler. The biggest Gossip Girl spoiler of them all. The answer to the ultimate Gossip Girl question: Who is the Gossip Girl?
Ok, so don't say we didn't warn you.
The much-loved show came to an end on Monday evening (December 17, 2012) after six seasons, and it certainly went out with a bang. Fans of the show tuned in for two weddings, a birth and the identity of the gossip girl herself (or himself?). The episode saw Leighton Meester's character Blair Waldorf marrying Ed Westwick's Bass, while Blake Lively's character Serena married Dan, played by Penn Badgley. Since its first episode on The CW in 2007, the show has been narrated by the omniscient blogger The Gossip Girl - voiced by Kristen Bell - though the online scribe's identity has always remained hidden, until now.
Continue reading: Who Is The Gossip Girl? Blogger's Identity Revealed In Final Episode!
The Greetings From Tim Buckley trailer has been released, which has spurred a flurry of chat surrounding the upcoming indie flick, which depicts the life of the lost musicians Jeff and Tim Buckley. A trailer’s all well and good, but is the film any good?
The film received a generally positive buzz from festival screenings, but buzz won’t implore people to go and watch a film. Unfortunately, the reviews aren’t rolling in just yet, but the ever reliable people at The Hollywood Reporter have sunken their reviewing teeth into the film, and think it’s pretty good, particularly commenting on the mood set: “Andrij Parekh’s lighting and the edgy, expressive hand-held camera give a New York moodiness to the film,” notes the review, which does move towards a slight criticism. “One frustrating thing is the absence of Jeff’s music in the film – only heard in a few tantalizing riffs with his future songwriter Gary Lucas (Frank Wood).”
On taking on such the important and enigmatic role of Jeff Buckley, Penn Badgley was honest about his feelings. "It was daunting," he told THR about taking on the role, during an interview in Toronto. "I was nervous as hell and I knew nobody thought I could do it. There are parts of Jeff I can’t emulate at all and wouldn’t want to try."
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