Only one more week!!!
Friday, March 23, 2012
The new movie is called the ‘House at the End of the Street’ and is scheduled to open Sept. .
Lawrence’s character and her mother (played by Leaving Las Vegas actress Elisabeth Shue) move in next door to a house that was the site of savage murders years ago, only to learn that the young man whose family was slaughtered (Max Thieriot, Chloe, My Soul to Take) still lives inside. He and Lawrence strike up a friendship that starts to edge toward romance, but then she discovers some twisted secrets.
I’m a big sucker for horror movies, so I’m sure I will watch this one.
TVLINE | It’s been quite a while since you’ve been on the show. What was it like coming back after such a big break?
It feels like a family reunion. It was like nobody had changed and everything was the same. We really picked up right where we left off. It was actually a little bit spooky the extent to which it felt like I had never left.
TVLINE | What did you miss the most about the show?
I loved the crew – Jared [Padalecki] and Jensen [Ackles] and Jim [Beaver]. I’ll go so far as to say the producers and most of the directors as well. It’s just a really, really great group of people to work with, and it’s a fun place to come to work. Do I miss 35 degrees and raining in Vancouver in January? That’s not the thing that I miss the most about it. But it’s a really great place to actually work, so that is what I miss the most. That, of course, and my trench coat.
TVLINE | Yes, your trench coat is gone!
I know! It’s sad, isn’t it?
TVLINE | What can you say about how Cas comes back?
He comes back with amnesia, which is probably a good thing for him because he isn’t too happy with what he’s done. So the fact that he doesn’t remember it is probably nice for him. He doesn’t have to suffer quite as much when he first comes back. But there will be plenty of suffering for Cas to come.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Though Collins himself already teased how he is different when he pops up in Dean’s (Jensen Ackles) life once again, Gamble admitted that Dean is changed by seeing his old friend again. Or, at least, some new guy with his old friend’s face. Though their complicated history may inform how Dean reacts to him in the episode, all Gamble wanted to tease for those prior to actually seeing it was to say: “When Dean sees the dude, that’s a pretty shocking moment for him, and we had a lot of fun with that!”
OR the slow mo’ version (which is easier to tell what all the images are, but is not official)
So I’ve watched this a few, ok maybe several times now. Each time it gets better and better. This a huge departure for Rob and I’m dying to see how the movie comes out. Word on the street is good. I love Cronenberg’s work, so we will see.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Interview from HeyUGuys.com
HeyUGuys caught up with the unspeakably cool man himself at an exclusive roundtable towards the end of last year. (Belated thanks to the ever wonderful Edith Bowman who hosted the table.) If you like your stars leather-clad, remarkably down-to-earth and multi-talented then keep reading.
How did you become involved in The Hunger Games?
I was in the Bahamas working on ‘Black & White America’ in the studio. The phone rings and its Gary Ross, the director. He says that he’s seen me in Precious, he liked the way that I portrayed Nurse John in the film and the character Cinna in The Hunger Games has a similar sensitivity and sense of compassion and he offered me the role – ‘You can have the role, just say you want it and you have it.’ But then I had to say ‘Well, what’s Cinna and what are The Hunger Games?” I had no idea what is was! I was in the Bahamas at the time, on a very small island, without a bookstore in sight so I had to go to an area where there was signal and download the book, read the book, love the book – I couldn’t put it down, I just read it in one go and called Gary back and said I’d do it.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
Michonne, was the bad-ass character who saved Andrea last night. She is a fan-favorite from the graphic novel.
In the comics, Michonne was a former lawyer turned badass who had been wandering the roads of Atlanta. Unlike the other survivors, Michonne has learned to adapt to the zombie apocalypse quickly. After her boyfriend and his friend died, she cut off their arms and jaws, then shackled them to her to deter other walkers from attacking.