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Friend Request Trailer


Laura (Alycia Debnam - Carey) is a popular girl enjoying her college life with over 800 friends on her social media site until one request she receives descends her whole life in to chaos. On accepting Marina's request to be her friend Laura thinks nothing of it seeing as she's friends with everyone. However after she posts a photo of her on a birthday night out Marina becomes jealous as she thought they were friends and consequently confronts Laura in college.

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William Moseley - The John Varvatos 12th Annual Stuart House Benefit with Honorary Chair Chris Pine. Live performance by Ziggy Marley, guest DJ performance by Nick Simmons and Wade Crescent - Arrivals at John Varvatos Boutique West Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 26th April 2015

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'The Royals': Are The Critics Bowing Down To E!'s First Scripted Drama?


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Tonight US audiences get their first look at ‘The Royals’, E!’s new (and first ever) scripted drama, focusing on a fictional British royal family. Starring Elizabeth Hurley as the feisty matriarch Queen Helena, the series looks to be as melodramatic as ‘90210’ and as decadent as ‘Gossip Girl’. But is 'The Royals' actually worth turning over an hour of your Sunday evening to?

Elizabeth HurleyElizabeth Hurley stars as Queen Helena in 'The Royals'.

At the center of the series is Elizabeth Hurley who seems to be always available when American television is in need of an upper-class British sexpot. But Hurley’s Queen Helena, or as The Los Angeles Times’ Mary McNamara describes her ‘an Ivanka Trumped-up version of Princess Diana’, seems to lack the necessary depth to make her watchable beyond the show’s first 15 minutes.

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William Moseley - 2015 NBCUniversal Press Tour - Day 1 - Arrivals at Langham Huntington Hotel - Pasadena, California, United States - Thursday 15th January 2015

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Elizabeth Hurley, Alexandra Park, William Moseley and Merritt Patterson
Elizabeth Hurley, Alexandra Park, William Moseley and Merritt Patterson
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Margarita With A Straw Trailer


Laila is an outspoken and gregarious Indian teenager with Cerebral Palsy, who wants what anybody else could want in the world at that age; to fall in love. When, against all odds, she receives a university acceptance letter allowing her to travel to New York and study, she finds herself on a whirlwind, coming of age adventure filled with heartache and sexual exploration. When her attempts at getting a boyfriend end in heartbreak, she falls for another girl, and finds herself not only having to cope with her disability, but also her culture, and her family's reactions to her bisexuality. There's no question that this bright, feisty teen will overcome her troubling venture into adolescence – but who's going to help her fight along the way?

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William Moseley and ArcLight Cinemas Wednesday 22nd August 2012 The premiere of 'Lawless' at ArcLight Cinemas

William Moseley and Arclight Cinemas
William Moseley and Arclight Cinemas

William Moseley Wednesday 26th October 2011 Burberry Body fragrance launch hosted by Christopher Bailey and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at the Burberry store Los Angeles, California

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The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader Review


Very Good
This third instalment in the Narnia series changes the director and studio, as well as the setting (from the land to the sea). The result is a rousing adventure that's enjoyable even if it still feels rather sanitised.As war rages in Britain, Lucy and Edmund (Henley and Keynes) have left London to live with their obnoxious cousin Eustace (Poulter). One day when he's taunting them about tales that they were royalty in Narnia, a painting comes to life and pulls all three of them into its watery depths. Rescued by now-King Caspian (Barnes) and his first-mate mouse Reepicheep (voiced by Pegg), they embark on an epic voyage in the ship Dawn Treader, sailing off the edge of the map on a quest to restore balance to the kingdom.The story is much more cinematic than other Narnia chapters, and director Apted makes the most of both the ship and the islands they visit along the way, adding a sense of scale and scope. Clever camerawork makes the digital creatures feel more matter-of-fact (to everyone except the horrified Eustace), and only a few dodgy effects (mainly the mermaids and a dragon) let things down on the technical side.In addition, the actors are more relaxed this time, giving more confident, natural performances. Franchise newcomer Poulter is especially good, walking the fine line between being a loathsome jerk and a needy young boy. So it's a shame that the plot feels so simplistic, composed of a series of set pieces as the ship stops at various ports of call and our heroes encounter seemingly random inhabitants who helpfully give them information to continue their journey.

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William Moseley and The Chronicles Of Narnia - William Moseley, London, England - Royal Film Performance 2010 The Chronicles Of Narnia - After Party at the Sanderson Hotel. Tuesday 30th November 2010

William Moseley and The Chronicles Of Narnia
William Moseley and The Chronicles Of Narnia
William Moseley and The Chronicles Of Narnia
William Moseley and The Chronicles Of Narnia
William Moseley and The Chronicles Of Narnia
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The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian Review


OK
In Clerks II, uber-slacker Randal described the Lord of the Rings trilogy as a series of endless walks. Nothing but nonstop, pointless treks. One has to wonder what his reaction would be to the overwhelming ambulation in the two Chronicles of Narnia films. While The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe had origins and mythos to highlight, Disney's latest entry in the franchise, Prince Caspian, requires a more minimal setup. All returning director Andrew Adamson has to offer as a result is more shoe to footpath action, with the occasional CGI-sparked battle to break up the constant strolling.

It's been a year since Lucy (Georgie Henley), Edmund (Skandar Keynes), Peter (William Moseley), and Susan (Anna Popplewell) Pevensie have been to the magical land that they once ruled as kings and queens. However, 13 centuries have passed in Narnia, and a race of humans known as Telmarines have overrun the kingdom. They have systematically killed off almost all the creatures, and rule by blood and violence. Within the court, Miraz (Sergio Castellitto), brother of the late King Caspian IX, has taken over and threatened the life of the true, titular heir (Ben Barnes). With the help of the returning foursome, Prince Caspian will rally the remaining Narnians, leading them to victory over their evil oppressors.

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The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (2005) Review


Weak
Since the first comparison made with C.S. Lewis' Narnia fantasy series is to his friend and colleague J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings books, it is worth noting that - as recently mentioned in the New Yorker - Tolkien hated the Narnia books because their ideological underpinnings constrained the fiction itself. Tolkien was as devoutly religious as Lewis but you didn't see the hobbits going to church on Sunday; Middle Earth was a pretty pagan land where mythology, not theology, was the rule of the day. Lewis was a different sort, of course, and though the seven Narnia books were brilliant fantasy, they also had an irksome tendency towards preachiness. This same problem afflicts The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the (potentially) first Chronicles of Narnia film, a crass product of merchandised morality from Disney and Walden Media, a media company owned by Christian evangelist billionaire Philip Anschutz.

Director Andrew Adamson makes his live-action debut here after the two Shreks, but it's an easy transition for him, given that a good portion of the film has a CGI/character complexity ratio about as high as the last few Star Wars films. Although Narnia doesn't lend itself well to the cheeky pop culture reference-o-rama that Shrek did, it shares those films' same treacly sentimentality and market-researched plasticity.

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The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (2005) Review


Weak
Since the first comparison made with C.S. Lewis' Narnia fantasy series is to his friend and colleague J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings books, it is worth noting that - as recently mentioned in the New Yorker - Tolkien hated the Narnia books because their ideological underpinnings constrained the fiction itself. Tolkien was as devoutly religious as Lewis but you didn't see the hobbits going to church on Sunday; Middle Earth was a pretty pagan land where mythology, not theology, was the rule of the day. Lewis was a different sort, of course, and though the seven Narnia books were brilliant fantasy, they also had an irksome tendency towards preachiness. This same problem afflicts The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the (potentially) first Chronicles of Narnia film, a crass product of merchandised morality from Disney and Walden Media, a media company owned by Christian evangelist billionaire Philip Anschutz.

Director Andrew Adamson makes his live-action debut here after the two Shreks, but it's an easy transition for him, given that a good portion of the film has a CGI/character complexity ratio about as high as the last few Star Wars films. Although Narnia doesn't lend itself well to the cheeky pop culture reference-o-rama that Shrek did, it shares those films' same treacly sentimentality and market-researched plasticity.

Continue reading: The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (2005) Review

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Friend Request Trailer

Friend Request Trailer

Laura (Alycia Debnam - Carey) is a popular girl enjoying her college life with over...

Margarita With A Straw Trailer

Margarita With A Straw Trailer

Laila is an outspoken and gregarious Indian teenager with Cerebral Palsy, who wants what anybody...

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Movie Review

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Movie Review

This third instalment in the Narnia series changes the director and studio, as well as...

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Trailer Trailer

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Trailer Trailer

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince CaspianTrailerWalt Disney Pictures and Walden Media will take audiences on...

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) Movie Review

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) Movie Review

Since the first comparison made with C.S. Lewis' Narnia fantasy series is to his friend...

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) Movie Review

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) Movie Review

Since the first comparison made with C.S. Lewis' Narnia fantasy series is to his friend...

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