TBS has released an iPad app.
Summit Entertainment given Step Up 4 an August 10th, 2012 release date and released the official plot synopsis:
STEP UP 4 is the next installment in the worldwide smash Step Up franchise, which sets the dancing against the vibrant backdrop of Miami. Emily, the daughter of a wealthy businessman, arrives in Miami with aspirations of becoming a professional dancer, but soon falls in love with Sean, a young man who leads a dance crew in elaborate, cutting-edge flash mobs. The crew, called the MOB, strives to win a contest for a major sponsorship opportunity, but soon Emily’s father threatens to develop the MOB’s historic neighborhood and displace thousands of people. Emily must band together with Sean and the MOB to turn their performance mobs into protest mobs, and risk losing their dreams to fight for a greater cause.
OneMinuteGalactica has created the “heartwarming story about a Sith Lord named Carl, who discovers the power of saying, “Yes!””
PopCrunch lists the Top 15 Actors Who Dissed Their Own Movies
Sam Gilbey has created a poster for Face/Off.
Tilda Swinton says she’ll face off with Bruce Willis in Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom: “It’s about a community of adults who don’t really know what they’re doing, and I play one of them. She’s the point of authority, she’s social services, and she’s brought in as a sort of last resort, force majeure. And she has a head to head with Bruce Willis, which you can imagine is quite fun.”
A faux look at the changes of Star Wars over the years from theatrical to special editions to Blu-ray.
The Walking Dead producers Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, and Glen Mazzara talk about how the series will continue without Frank Darabont:
“We all did a lot of work on plotting this season under Frank, and part of the reason we’ve had such a smooth transition is that it’s a fully articulated world. This [season] is consistent with the material that we did last year. I think, like any second season, you work out the bugs. You try to improve. What you’re seeing is the usual growth of any TV show, creatively. There’s no plan to deviate from what we worked out, there’s no different vision of the show.”
Malcolm Ingram (Small Town Gay Bar, Bear Nation) is trying to raise money on Kickstarter for his new documentary Continental, about New York City’s seminal gay hotspot the Continental Baths which existed from the late sixties to 1974.
“The baths themselves were a lavish Roman style affair, which were opened in the late 60’s in a newly post-stonewall NYC. Owner Steve Ostrow wanted to create a decadent and luxurious clubhouse where newly liberated men could explore with wanton abandon.”
Pajiba lists 20 Things I Saw While Watching Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star That I Will Never Be Able to Unsee
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