Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Despite what we may think about his acting prowess, Channing Tatum has been given the title of Sexiest Man Alive 2012 by People Magazine. Channing's career has really taken off since Step Up, and he has been making some really good choices as far as roles. The Vow back in February garnered good reviews as well as major box office. 21 Jump Street and Magic Mike followed and also did good office. I haven't seen the latter two films, but I heard both performances were good. Channing really impressed me in The Vow opposite Rachel McAdams and solidified himself as a romantic leading man.
TLE readers what are your thoughts on People's pick? Did they make the right choice, or would you have gone with someone else?
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Halle Berry's petition to move her daughter to France has been denied. The courts ruled against it despite Berry's pleas the move would help to protect her daughter from the paparazzi that constantly follows the child and her mother around.
Post Twilight plans for Ashley Greene may include the movie Satanic.
Ashley is up for the lead role of Justine, one of several college students stuck on campus for Thanksgiving who are the targets of a group of violent thugs.
Haley Bennett has already signed onto the movie. Bennett was last seen in Arcadia Lost.
This isn't Greene's first foray into horror. She was recently seen in The Apparition with Sebastian Stan.
She will next be seen in "Elysium" with Matt Damon.
Saturday, November 3, 2012
The Twilight saga will soon be a thing of the past for Kristen Stewart who is now moving on from the teen vampire tale to more adult fare. This movie Focus with Ben Affleck sounds about as far from Bella as one can get. In this movie Kristen will play a grifter who will team up with Affleck an experienced grifter to undoubtedly perform some great heist. No word on when this movie will be released.
Kristen's last film Snow White and the Huntsman did very well at the box office although the love affair that sparked between Kristen and the director of that film, Rupert Sanders is what people remember more so than the movie itself.