Zac Efron was caught on camera on the set of Townies kissing co-star Halston Sage dressed in a confederate soldier uniform. The picture captures Efron and Sage shooting a fraternity rally scene. While Efron is wearing the civil war-styled jacket and has a sword in his right hand, Sage seems to have commandeered his hat.
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There was a time when a few extra dollars in Eva Longoria's pocket every April 15th would have made a world of difference to the former Desperate Housewives star — but that time has passed, as Longoria, 37, told a screaming crowd of President Barack Obama supporters at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday night before Obama accepted the nomination for the Democratic Party.
Following the frankly dire closing of the fully-fledged X-Men trilogy, and the downright awful X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the world needed another saga spinning off from Marvel’s flagship franchise like it needed a double-dip recession.
James Wan and Leigh Whannell, the creators of Saw, have teamed up again for Insidious, a thoroughly entertaining horror film. The subject matter has a fairly classic horror feel, as the movie is complete with ghosts, demons, psychics, and paranormal investigators.
Don't ever say you can’t get too much of a good thing, because writers and directors like Nicholas Stoller might hear you and take you at your word, following up little unexpected comedic delights like Forgetting Sarah Marshall with overdone, sloppy pictures like Get Him to the Greek, which takes supporting characters who always leave you wanting more and makes the egregious error of giving you exactly that—more.