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Tune In And WatchMarch 16th - March 22nd 2014. Volume 2, Issue 11
  
 
In The Lens:
SUMMER BOX OFFICE:
TEN SIDE-SPLITTERS
TO HIT THEATRES IN AS MANY WEEKS

Studios have slotted an unusually high number of comedies for release in May, June and July. Strategically, they hope to repeat the success of past Summer hits such as The Hangover, This is the End and we're The Millers.

Comedies are very different from other genres because they can be geared for different audiences. The Summer of comedy kicks off at the end of April. First up, The Other Woman starring Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann. On May 9th, no fewer than three comedies open; Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson and Jon Favreau's mainstream comedy The Chef, the Christian movie Mom's Night Out and Seth Rogan and Zac Efron's edgier entry, Neighbors.

Blended, reuniting Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler opens May 23rd. A week after that, Seth MacFarlane debuts A Million Ways to Die in the West.

June's comedy slate includes 22 Jump Street and Think Like a Man Too. Melissa McCarthy's Tommy drops anchor. In July, Cameron Diaz and Jason Segal unwind their Sex Tape.

The lineup is based on that tried and true theory: people love to laugh.
TOM HANKS TO STAR IN
NEW COMEDIC DRAMA

A Hologram for the King will be the latest Hanks-starrer. He's joined in the comedic drama by Homeland actress Sanita Choudbury and Omar Elba of Intelligence.

Shooting started March 6th in Morocco on this adaptation of the Dave Eggers novel published in 2012 and set in a rising Saudi Arabian city. Hologram follows Alan Clay, a middle-aged American businessman---played by Hanks---as he travels to the Saudi city to drum up some scratch for his daughter's college education. And maybe do something so he can tell himself life isn't such a ramshackle affair after all.

The novel is a meditation on one man's place in a globalized economy. One that avoids outright depression thanks to its subtle sense of humor.

With Hanks as Clay, that slight sense of humor is certain to make it to the big screen intact.
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Check out these crazy off-the-strip thrills that are guaranteed to be a jackpot of high-octane adventures. You can take your pick of driving fast and furiously. Operating a bulldozer. Or commandeering a fighter jet at Sky Combat Ace. No license or experience required. Just a sound stomach for the aerobatic fighter plane that loops through the skies akin to the feeling of a roller coaster.

Want to stay on terra firma? Dig This offers a playground for those who like their toys big and butch. Guests can get behind the wheels of actual bulldozers and pummel the earth with monster blades.

Dream Racing gives sports car junkies the chance to hit the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the wheels of souped-up race cars. You can satisfy your need for speed by peeling away in a Ferrari F430 GT Race Car.

Outrageous enough to give "bros" the opportunity to trade in gambling, guzzling and prowling late-night trouble for testosterone fueled manly thrills!
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McCONAUGHEY'S ALRIGHT ALRIGHT ALRIGHT BECOMES SLOGAN
ON HIS T-SHIRTS

Multitalented Matthew McConaughey isn't just an Oscar winner.; he's also the brains and brawn behind the JKL clothing brand and is currently combining the two with a new line of T-shirts.

The Dallas Buyer's Club star recited his signature "alright, alright, alright" line from Dazed and Confused in both his Academy Award and Golden Globe acceptance speeches.

Available in white or grey, the comfy tees with weathered font are emblazoned with the three words McConaughey said on film as iconic stoner Wooderson in the 1993 classic film. The T-shirts are available from Dillard's Department Store for $35.50. A portion of the proceeds go to the just keep live'n Foundation www.jklivinfoundation.org. The nonprofit foundation was founded by McConaughey which implements after school fitness and wellness programs in inner city high schools.

 
Dallas Buyer's Club Hat To Be Auctioned

Matthew McConaughey's Dallas Buyer's Club cowboy hat is up for grabs.
LA auctioneer Nate D. Sanders is auctioning off the white gallon cowboy hat seen on McConaughey in his award-winning portrayal of Dallas AIDS patient Ron Woodroof in the film.

The Resistol hat --- a size 7 with a 4 inch brim --- was made in Texas. The hat also includes the star's signature underneath the brim of the hat in black marker with the phrase, "Just Keep Living, Matthew McConaughey."

Bidding will start at $3000 with the auction ending March 27th at Nate D. Sanders website:
http://natedsanders.com/Dallas-Buyers-Club-Cowboy-Hat-Signed-and-Screen--LOT26046.aspx
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ANDY WARHOL'S BAD with CARROLL BAKER
A possible prelude to his Natural Born Killer, Andy Warhol's Bad is as low as it goes. Hazel, as played by Carroll Baker, runs a beauty salon out of her house. But makes extra money by providing ruthless women to do hit jobs.

Drama
Running Time: 105 Minutes
Director: Jed Johnson
Starring: Carroll Baker, Perry King, Susan Tyrrell

High Plains Drifter
BETRAYEL with RIP TORN

A woman (Lesley Ann Warren) accuses her psychiatrist (Rip Torn) of having forced her to maintain a sexual relationship with him as part of her therapy.

 

Drama
Running Time: 96 Minutes
Director: Paul Wendkos
Starring: Richard Masur, Rip Torn, Lesley Ann Warren

Concrete Cowboys
DEADLINE with CHRISPTOPHER WALKEN

Don Stevens (Christopher Walken) is a tough-minded journalist who risks death daily trying to' uncover the truth in war torn Lebanon when right and wrong---and even the enemy---is impossible to identify. This time, his desperate struggle to meet the deadline is a matter of life and death.

 

Action Drama
Running Time: 100 Minutes
Director: Nathaniel Gutman
Starring: Christopher Walken

The Sundowners
LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS with JACK NICHOLSON

Seymour Krelboin offers his boss at Mushnick's flower shop a special hybrid plant that thrives on human flesh. with each victim Seymour supplies, Audrey Jr. (named after Seymour's girlfriend) grows...and so does its appetite...begging Seymour to "feed me...feeeed me!!"

 

Comedy Drama
Running Time: 73 Minutes
Director: Roger Corman
Starring: Jonathan Haze, Jackie Joseph, Jack Nicholson, Myrtle Vail, Mel Welles

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