|Tune In And Watch||May 11th - May 17th 2014. Volume 2, Issue 19|
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DIANE KEATON & MICHAEL DOUGLAS FINALLY TOGETHER IN
"AND SO IT GOES"
In their lengthy Hollywood careers, Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas have never shared the screen. That changes this summer when the Rob Reiner-directed "And So It Goes" opens on July 11th.
It may seem an unlikely pairing for Keaton but Reiner points out the 68 year-old actress has made a career out of "being the sweet next to the salty" both onscreen with Jack Nicholson in "Something's Got To Give". And off---by dating Nicholson and Warren Beatty. Both, bad boys who can be described as a little rough around the edges.
Keaton finds plenty of rough as a soft-hearted lounge singer living next door to Douglas's character---a proudly offensive real estate broker Oren Little---in a humble apartment building. She also shows her singing chops during a lounge act. Including one scene in front of Frankie Valli playing a night club owner.
Reiner believes Baby Boomers will be seeking out this kind of comedy centered around a love story in a summer filled with action blockbusters.
Says Reiner: "Here you have two people who are still vibrant and still attractive. They personify a lot of Baby Boomers not in a relationship who are not ready to hang it up. Many are looking for just one more great romance".
"A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST" TRAILER GETS BLOODY
The R-rated Western comedy that hits theatres on May 30th has unveiled its red band trailer. Red banding is the rating applied to trailers signifying they cannot be played along with any feature film with less than an R-rating.
Seth MacFarlane's raunchy comedy---set in the 19th century West--- centers on a sheepherder (played by MacFarlane) who loses his girlfriend after chickening out of a gunfight.
Things get bloody in the three minute trailer when a huge piece of ice crushes a bystander's skull. But that's just one example of how things can go south fast for settlers. For instance. the trailer shows how a woman can die of a splinter, participants can perish from fatigue at a 19th century dance-off or be impaled by a raging bull.
Along with MacFarlane, Amanda Seyfried, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Silverman, Giovanni Ribisi and Liam Neeson co-star.
HOLLYWOOD'S TOP BLACKSMITH HAMMERS OUT A LIVING
Tony Swatton looks like he came straight from central casting--- which is perhaps appropriate since, as a blacksmith, he's the mastermind behind some of Hollywood's most recognizable props.
The bearded, brawny Swatton scored his first feature film job in 1991 creating the titular appendage for Steven Speilberg's "Hook". Since then he's worked on more than 200 films including the "Hunger Games" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchises. At his Burbank workshop Swatton forges everything from swords to knives to suits of armor---even one big enough for a horse.
As for thrills, he's made metal-covered shoes ad leg armor for the late Michael Jackson who wore the shoes on the cover of People Magazine.
Swatton is also the star of his own Web series, "Man At Arms". The show can be found on the AweMe Channel and features a new prop weekly, including Captain America's shield and Wolverine's claws.
MOET'S CHAMPAGNE PARTY TRUNK:
THE WORLD'S MOST
ELEGANT PICNIC BASKET?
Love Champagne on ice? Then you'll enjoy what is possibly the most extravagant accessory of this summer. For those hitting the alfresco opera and festival circuit, it's the Moet Ice Imperial Limited Edition Summer Escape Trunk. The name may not trip off the tongue but the contents of this trunk should bring a sparkle to your palate.
Moet's Ice Imperial Champagne is specially blended by the house's chef de cave to deliver a rich, fruity flavor when drunk over ice. Available only in select stores, the blend is considered by sommeliers to be very sweet, quite frivolous and fun. They term it a dangerously gluggable drink that really needs a yacht, a beach or a swimming pool.
The trunk is a full-on portable party kit that includes 20 bottles of the bubbly, 24 glasses, five ice buckets and separate compartments for ice and fruit. The recommended garnishes are mint leaves and a twist of lime. If that seems a bit much, there's a more modest option including two bottles of Champagne, four glasses and an ice scoop.
However, for Champagne on the run, Moet provides locations of Mini-Moet, perhaps the world's most glamorous vending machine.
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Romance and suspense in Paris as a woman (played by Audrey Hepburn) is pursued by several men (two of them played by Cary Grant and Water Matthau) who want a fortune her late husband had stolen. Who can she trust?
Comedy Mystery Romance
Running Time: 113 Minutes
Director: Stanley Donen
Starring: Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau
GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES with
Two singers---best friends Lorelei Lee (played by Marilyn Monroe) and Dorothy Shaw (played by Jane Russell)---travel to Paris pursued by a private detective hired by Lorelei's fiancé's disapproving father to keep an eye on her. And her many doting suitors.
Comedy Musical Romance
Running Time: 91 Minutes
Director: Howard Hawks
Starring: Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell
LAST TIME I SAW PARIS with ELIZABETH TAYLOR
Charles (played by Van Johnson) returns to Paris to reminisce about the life he led when it was liberated after WWII. He would marry Helen (played by Elizabeth Taylor) and be happy. Or so he thought.
Running Time: 116 Minutes
Director: Richard Brooks
Starring: Van Johnson, Elizabeth Taylor
INDESCRETION OF AN AMERICAN WIFE with JENNIFER JONES
Prior to leaving for Paris by train, a married American woman (played by Jennifer Jones) tries to break off her affair with a young Italian (played by Montgomery Clift) in Rome's Stazione Termini.
Running Time: 63 Minutes
Director: Vittorio De Sica
Starring: Montgomery Clift,
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