FOX Searchlight and Piaget presented the Los Angeles Premiere of THE EAST on May 28th at the ArcLight Hollywood Theatre 10. THE EAST was the second premiere of the night after THE KINGS OF SUMMER special screening. After the backdrop was changed the photographers were allowed back into the area to take their place. Walking the carpet were the stars of THE EAST, which included: Brit Marling (also Co-Writer), Alexander Skarsgard, Ellen Page, Hillary Baack, Daniele MacDonald, Patricia Clarkson, Halli Cauthery (Composer) and Director/Co-Writer Zal Batmanglij. Joining them were guests, which included: Kate Flannery, Catherine Hardwicke, Michael Gladis, Arden Myrin, […]Read On »
CBS Films presented the Los Angeles special screening of THE KINGS OF SUMMER at the ArcLight Hollywood on May 28th. This was the first of two premieres that night at the ArcLight and after finishing one and giving them time to change the backdrop the other one started. The second one was THE EAST, from FOX Searchlight, which will be put up separately. Walking the carpet at THE KINGS OF SUMMER were the stars, which included: Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, Moises Arias, Erin Moriarty, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, Marc Evan Jackson, Eugene Cordero, Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Director/Executive Producer), and Chris Galletta […]Read On »
Rating: PG-13 Stars: Brad Pitt, Sean Penn, Jessica Chastain, Fiona Shaw, Irene Bedard, Jessica Fuselier, Hunter McCracken, Laramie Eppler, Tye Sheridan Writer: Terrence Malick Director: Terrence Malick Distributor: Fox Searchlight Release Date: May 27, 2011 If the definition of a good movie is one that achieves its creator’s goals, THE TREE OF LIFE is possibly great. However, if the definition is also a movie that connects with its audience, TREE is a lot less great. Writer/director Terrence Malick has really huge ideas going on here – contrasting the enormity of creation, both on this planet and in the cosmos – […]Read On »
Chances are, you’ve heard of Aron Ralston. He’s the outdoor enthusiast who got pinned by a boulder in a freak accident and, after five days, had to cut off his own arm to escape. For those who can cope with a depiction of Ralston’s ordeal, 127 HOURS is a consistently gripping drama that puts us face to face with the question of what we would or even could do to save ourselves in a similar situation.