After a first scene on May 15, were Mila and Clive spotted again
Blood Ties > Mila & Clive on the set of “cadillac scene” for Blood Ties in NYC (May 15)
Spike TV’s “Guys Choice” (#GuysChoice) will bring together luminaries from all over the entertainment and sports landscape to pay homage to the year in Guydom. The sixth annual event, which features Hollywood’s hottest leading ladies, premier action stars, standout comedians and most unstoppable jocks tapes Saturday, June 2 at the
Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, CA, and premieres Saturday, June 9 at 9:00 p.m., ET/PT.
Presenters and attendees include comedic all-star and star of the upcoming “That’s My Boy” Adam Sandler, “The Amazing Spider-Man’s” Emma Stone, Oscar-nominated and co-star of the blockbuster “The Avengers” Jeremy Renner, the “Ted” cast featuring Mark Wahlberg,
Mila Kunisand Seth MacFarlane, “Hit and Run” co-stars Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell, Comedy Central’s “Workaholics” Anders Holm, Blake Anderson and Adam Devine, “Rock of Ages” co-stars Malin Akerman and Julianne Hough and many more names to be announced.
Another album of Mila
Blood Ties > Mila on the set of Blood Ties in rainy New York (May 15)
Last night was aired first episode of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson from Scotland. In the video below Craig talks to Mila about being buried or cremated as they
Appearances from 2012 > The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (Press Photos)
New set of candids pictured Mila arriving at Fox News Upfront at the Beacon Theater in NYC have been added. Check them out!
Candids from 2012 > Mila is seen arriving at Fox News Upfront in NYC (May 14)
Who else but James Franco would cobble together his ongoing higher education, books of poetry, NYU graduate students, independent financing and fellow A-list actors to create not one, but two new feature films?
That’s just what the multihyphenate has done with “Tar” and “Black Dog, Red Dog,” two standalone narrative pics based on separate collections of poetry that were adapted by students in Franco’s filmmaking class. Each student directed a short based on an individual poem; their entries were later woven into a cohesive, feature-length narrative.
“Tar,” based on the 1983 book of poems by Pulitzer Prize winner C.K. Williams, has been fully financed by Victorino Noval and Franco’s Rabbit Bandini Productions. Ten NYU student directors helmed segments along with Franco, who also stars as Williams.
Mila Kunisand Jessica Chastain also took roles.
“I went out to people that I knew, or who I thought would be open to this kind of thing,” Franco told Variety. “They all told me that they were so happy they did it … the students are still at a place where they’re pure, and they’re not jaded.”
Franco, who selected the 10 directors via a competition at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and Noval plan to take “Tar” to festivals in search of distribution, and will use any proceeds to fund future student endeavors. Producers include Miles Levy, Vince Jolivette and Edward Bass; Noval serves as an exec producer.