July 30, 2018


• x029 On set: July 23 – Hollywood, CA.

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July 24, 2018
by admin / plan b

Based on the novel by Stephanie Danler, the half-hour dramedy stars Ella Purnell.
Starz is ordering a second helping of Sweetbitter.

The premium cable network has renewed the half-hour dramedy for a second season. The series, based on the book of the same name by Stephanie Danler, wrapped its run in June with an average of 164,000 live-same-day viewers and mixed reviews among critics. (The series has a 35 percent rating among critics and 88 percent score among viewers on RottenTomatoes.com.) Season two will consist of 10 episodes — up from six in its freshman run. A return date has not yet been determined.

“Season one gave audiences a taste of the characters and backstory of an upscale New York restaurant, leaving them wanting more — which we will deliver with a second helping of Sweetbitter,” Starz CEO Chris Albrecht said. “The immersion of the audience into the world in and around the restaurant will deepen as the series looks further into the complexities of Tess’ awakening and the lives of her new friends and colleagues in the second season.”

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July 24, 2018
by admin / Rumored Project

Ang Lee’s “Brokeback Mountain” is perfect just the way it is, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy imagining what Gus Van Sant would have done with the project. The Oscar-winning auteur behind the New Queer Cinema classic “My Own Private Idaho” and the more-commercial “Good Will Hunting” has been offered many films throughout his career, including “Brokeback Mountain.” His latest film, “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,” follows the life of eccentric Portland cartoonist John Callahan, played by his “To Die For” star Joaquin Phoenix.

It’s long been reported that both Van Sant and Pedro Almodóvar were initially approached to direct the groundbreaking ”Brokeback,” but Van Sant recently told IndieWire why his vision ultimately wasn’t right — and which A-list actors turned down the film.

“Nobody wanted to do it,” Van Sant said. “I was working on it, and I felt like we needed a really strong cast, like a famous cast. That wasn’t working out. I asked the usual suspects: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Ryan Phillippe. They all said no.”

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July 24, 2018
by admin / Deadpool 2

Deadpool 2 co-writer asked Reynolds about Pitt’s involvement, claiming it was for a cup of coffee, with Reynolds clarifying, “Sort of embellished.” Reynolds described to Entertainment Tonight, “I was told all he wants is a cup of coffee and I said, ‘Like a franchise or just one individual cup of coffee?’ And I was told one individual cup of coffee, which was really his way of saying, ‘I’m doing it for nothing.’ And it was a total solid and the nicest thing anyone could do.”

In the film, The Vanisher is recruited to be a member of Deadpool’s X-Force due to his powers of invisibility. When a mission goes wrong, audiences catch only a few glimpses of the true identity of the character, with Brad Pitt appearing in a non-speaking capacity. With Pitt being one of the most recognizable actors of his generation, it made perfect sense in the absurd world of Deadpool to have the actor appear and not even say a word.
“I just loved it, because what’s more irresponsible than taking one of the biggest movie stars in the world and giving him a role that is utterly wordless and invisible with an exception of three frames of film?” Reynolds joked. “Yeah, that’s kind of amazing.”

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July 19, 2018



• x022 April 15, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA.
• x010 April 24, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA.
• x010 January 25, 2017 – Santa Monica, CA.
• x005 June 01 – Universal Studios – Hollywood, CA.
• x003 June 07 – Leaving El Rey Theater – Los Angeles, CA.
• x006 June 18 – Nice, France.
• x007 March 20 – Los Angeles, CA.
• x012 March 30 – Los Angeles, CA.
• x002 War Machine – Stills.
• x001 June 24, 2004 – Rome, Italy.
• x006 May 16, 2017 – The Late Show w/ Stephen Colbert.
• x001 Fight Club – Stills.

Thanks also Vaska!

July 1, 2018


• x001 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Promotional Photoshoot.