Marika Dominczyk , Scott Foley - 6th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic Los Angeles at Will Rogers State Historic Park at Will Rogers State Historic Park - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 17th October 2015
The Cast of Scandal, L to R, Scott Foley, Portia De Rossi, Darby Stanchfield, Guillermo Diaz, Joe Morton, Joshua Malina, Jeff Perry, Bellamy Young, Tony Goldwyn and Kerry Washington - The Paley Center for Media presents the cast of Scandal - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 14th May 2015
Scott Foley and Marika Dominczyk have welcomed their third child together.
Scandal actor Scott Foley has welcomed his third child with his wife, Marika Dominczyk.
Scott Foley and Marika Dominczyk at the BAFTA Tea in Los Angeles in August.
34-year-old actress Dominczyk gave birth to a son, named Konrad, on Thursday (13th November). A representative for Foley confirmed the news to Us Weekly. "Scott Foley and his wife, actress Marika Dominczyk, welcomed a baby boy, Konrad Foley, on November 13th. He joins big sister Malina, brother Keller and their dog Frankie. The Foley family is overjoyed," the representative confirmed.
This is one movie that I did not waste my money on.
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If you're looking for a review of "Cursed" or "Man of the House" in your newspaper this morning, you're not going to find one -- in any newspaper anywhere. Opening in theaters nationwide today, these two movies have been kept hidden from critics because, to be blunt, the studios think they're garbage and want to rake in as much money as they can before word gets out.
Of course, nobody will admit to this at Dimension Films or Columbia Pictures, which are releasing the junkers. But it's no coincidence that every movie Hollywood doesn't screen in advance -- either by not holding previews until the night before opening or not holding them at all -- is largely lambasted once critics and audiences have caught up with it.
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Already packed solid with all the claustrophobic wartime tension a good submarine thriller needs, "Below" squeezes in something more -- a startling, bone-chilling element of the supernatural.
Set onboard an American sub called the USS Tiger Shark, cruising the Atlantic during World War II, the tightly drawn story begins with the boat doubling back on its planned course under orders to rescue the only three survivors of a torpedoed British hospital ship -- a crewman, a badly burned patient and a nurse (Olivia Williams), who causes consternation among the crew. She's pretty, sure. But more importantly, maritime superstition holds that women are bad luck on a submarine.
Director David Twohy ("Pitch Black") wastes no time in building seat-gripping suspense. The Tiger Shark's sonar officer picks up an unknown contact just as the sub is surfacing amongst the sunken steamer's debris, so the rescue becomes a palpably perilous race against time. The scene is nerve-wracking, thanks in no small part to Twohy's touches of tense creativity (all the dread he needs is found in a single shot looking back at the captain's eye from inside the periscope) and a potently unsettling, untraditionally military score by Graeme Revell ("Pitch Black," "Blow," "Tomb Raider").
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The minute Kevin Williamson said no to writing "Scream 3," that should have been the end of it. The only thing that made "Scream" special in the first place was the writer's dark, self-aware wit regarding the conventions of the cheesy teen horror genre.
But then, Williamson had already run out of steam when he wrote the series' second installment, which was little more than an unnecessarily convoluted, workaday slasher flick with a couple well-placed sardonic remarks.
Continuing the decline, now comes "Scream 3," which Wes Craven -- the director of the whole series -- swears will be the last one. Good thing, too.
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