Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Sunday, March 27, 2011
"Steve has been dealt kind of a lousy hand in life," Evans says. "He's 5-foot-nothing. He's 110 pounds. He's got a lot of ailments, but it hasn't made him bitter or jaded or anything. Even after he's given this great gift, he still continues to do the right thing, not to prove anything to anyone other than himself. He just has this great moral code."
"The first cover issue of Cap punching Hitler was definitely a political statement," says producer Stephen Broussard. "Like today, the country was divided and there were people who thought we should go over there and do the right thing, and there were others who said it was Europe's war and to stay out of it."
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Also swept free of Nazi influence: Ka at MGM Grand on Saturday night. Cirque du Soleil is once again safe for democracy. He hadn’t been to Ka before, but was heard to comment after witnessing a pre-show fireball that, “I know I’m going to like this.” Well, of course. It reminded him of the good old days of setting Nazis on fire.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Saturday, March 19, 2011
After Vicky (Vinessa Shaw), an ER nurse, gets stuck by a contaminated needle on the job, Mike and his friend and partner Paul Danziger (Mark Kassen), reluctantly take on her case. As they dig deeper, they uncover a massive system of corruption at a major health care supply company, which trades profits for people’s lives. The two young attorneys are quickly confronted with what will be the largest and most dangerous lawsuit of their careers.
The pressures of the case are immense. If the fail they will be ruined. Determined, they fight on. As Mike tries to expose the truth, he finds himself in the toughest battle of his life, not only with his high priced attorney opponents, but also with his own personal demons.
Friday, March 18, 2011
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Monday, March 14, 2011
Today, we've announced the next round of feature films in the slate for the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, which will take place April 20 to May 1. This year's Spotlight section, co-sponsored by JetBlue Airways, includes 33 films—16 docs and 17 narratives—that highlight the work of established directors and rising talents. 16 of the films in this exciting mix of current global cinema will world premiere at Tribeca.
"Now that the majority of the program has been announced, I believe you will see the rich variety and quality of the films and talent that we are presenting at Tribeca this year,” said David Kwok, Director of Programming. “The program is about both discovery and showcasing a broad range of filmmaking to our eclectic and diverse audiences who are passionate about film."
“This year’s Spotlight is a mixture of carefully selected festival favorites from around the globe, highly anticipated releases, a number of new works by high profile filmmakers and films with subjects of special note,” said Genna Terranova, Senior Programmer.
In a record year for submissions, the 2011 film slate was chosen from a field of 5,624 entries. TFF 2011 will include feature films from 32 countries, including 43 World Premieres, 10 International Premieres, 19 North American Premieres, 7 U.S. Premieres and 9 New York Premieres. 99 directors will present feature works at the Festival, 54 of whom are making their feature directorial debuts. 12 feature film directors are making a return to Tribeca.
Directed by Adam Kassen and Mark Kassen
Written by Chris Lopata
(USA) – World Premiere, Narrative
Sunday, March 13, 2011
Friday, March 11th, 2011: Chris Evans many more celebs were spotted coming and going from Trousdale, one of Hollywood's favorite hotspots.
Saturday, March 12, 2011
The 29-year-old American actor stars as Steve Rogers/Captain America in science-fiction adventure Captain America: The First Avenger, which is due for release later this year.
“Then you spend four hours sweating in it, it starts to loosen up and by the end of the day you kind of forget it’s even on.
“An hour later you’re skiing and you’re not even thinking about your feet,” he told Total Film.