directed by Paul Weitz and starring Tina Fey, Paul Rudd, Nat Wolff opens Friday, March 22nd Admissions decisions went out to the Class of 2017 over the past 2 weeks, causing me to have flashbacks to the torturous process of applying to college. But if you want a peek behind the scenes of the adults [...]
Focus Features recently hosted a press junket for college journalists for the upcoming movie “Admission.” I was lucky enough to attend the press conference, whose panel included actors Tina Fey, Paul Rudd and Nat Wolff and director Paul Weitz. The press conference opened with a question for the entire panel on the experience of getting into college.
This Friday, the latest addition to Hollywood’s profit-driven obsession with reboots, remakes and remixes will come to a theater near you. “Oz the Great and Powerful” gives the origin story for the wizard from the beloved 1939 classic.
On Oscar Sunday, Anne Hathaway took home the award for Best Supporting Actress, prompting basically everyone to erupt in flames of rage. Twitter tore apart her acceptance speech, she appeared on a number of worst dressed lists and gossip columns are now claiming she threw a fit because co-star Amanda Seyfried’s dress was too similar to hers.
The most prestigious film awards of the year are just three days away, which means Cadenza is cranking out its last set of predictions. For the final part of our three-part coverage, we’re tackling the acting races, plus Best Animated Feature, Best Director and Best Picture. The Academy Awards air on ABC on Sunday, Feb. [...]
The most prestigious film awards of the year are just six days away, which means Cadenza is cranking out its second set of predictions. For part two of our three-part coverage, we’re tackling the screenplays, documentary and foreign language films and more technology categories. The Academy Awards air on ABC on Sunday, Feb. 24 at [...]
The most prestigious film awards of the year are just ten days away, which means Cadenza is cranking out their first set of predictions. For part one of our three-part coverage, we’re tackling the below-the-line tech categories. The Academy Awards are on ABC on Sunday, February 24 at 6PM CST.
Atonement is not a pornographic film. In fact, similar to the hit television series Downton Abbey, the characters discreetly develop affections for one another whilst romping around with British accents and in scrumptious get-ups. Unlike, Downton Abbey, however, Atonement has a sex scene, and a perfect one at that. The foreplay to this scene is quiet and alluring.
As a freshman, I lost a lot of my coping mechanisms coming to college. I don’t have my mom or grandma’s cooking. I’ve managed to make myself busy with writing, volunteering, acting and schoolwork, but sometimes I can’t outrun myself. That’s when I turn to my tried and true comfort: coming-of-age films.
“Step Up,” released in 2006, began the era of Channing Tatum dominating the world of extremely attractive male actors. Girls all over America were screaming with a new obsession with the often-shirtless Channing Tatum. While he met his future wife, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, on the set of “Step Up,” the nation met his good dance movies and hot body.