In this 5th installment of the Resident Evil franchise—in full 3D no less—Alice (Milla Jovovich) teams up with a resistance movement in the ongoing battle against Umbrella and the undead. Once again captured by Umbrella, Alice awakens in their facility to explore the complex, reveal more of her past, and ultimately find those responsible for the outbreak. This time, she joins forces with resistance teams from major cities around the world and discovers a stunning truth, one that forces her to do some soul searching about who she really is and role of the Umbrella Corporation.
The tension is eerie and palpable as The Sound of My Voice moves with skill and alacrity into the bizarre world of futures cultism. The story centers around L.A. documentary filmmakers Peter (Christopher Denham) and Lorna (Nicole Vicius) as they follow Maggie (Brit Marling), a hauntingly beautiful young woman who claims to be a time traveler from the year 2054. Her mission: to recruit and train an army for a coming civil war. Read more
Ever wake up in a cold sweat, trying to decipher dream from reality? That’s the story of Michael Britten (Jason Isaacs, Harry Potter, Brotherhood), the protagonist in NBC’s gripping new drama, Awake. Producers Howard Gordon and Kyle Killen, masterminds behind such hit series as Lost and 24, believe that the duality of the show will keep audiences at bay “so that each time the pendulum swings” we’ll feel shocked as the plot’s sands shift beneath our feet.
In Awake, detective Michael Britten, becomes victim of a tragic car crash involving both his wife, Hannah (Laura Allen, Terriers), and his son, Rex (Dylan Minnette, Saving Grace). Directly following the accident, Britten continually wakes into two separate realities: one where his wife has perished, leaving just father and son to continue their future, and the other where Rex dies, leaving two parents grieving the loss of their son. Read more
Recently ACED sat down and had a quick chat with Daniel Radcliffe, the 22 year-old star of the upcoming Hammer horror film The Woman In Black (due out this Friday February 3rd). He had a lot to say about the legacy of Hammer films and what makes this particular one unique to that legacy. He even let us in on which moments in the film genuinely scared the crap out of him. Read on to find out …
A cult favorite, Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day reprises the roles of Connor and Murphy MacManus doling out justice with no mercy for hellbound souls.
For nearly a decade, the brothers have been living sans side arms with their father on a sheep farm deep in pastoral Ireland. Yet evil knows no rest as they are framed for the murder of a Catholic priest in Boston. Our honor bound duo must return to Boston and set things right as only the MacManus brothers can. In a recent one-on-one interview, Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flanery provided some insights on the sequel everyone’s talking about. Read more
The stars were out the night of Saturday November 12, 2011 at new Harry Potter village Universal Studios Islands of Adventure Theme Park Orlando, Florida for the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 Blu-ray release celebration. Being on the carpet at this amazing event was a thrill with a background of Hogwarts and Hogsmeade surrounding the 100-foot red carpet. Press from all over the world were lining the cobblestone walkway and television cameras, video cams, flash cams and voice recorders were ready in wait for cast members, producers and the director of the amazing Harry Potter movie franchise. Read more
At a recent visit to the Clearwater Marine Hospital in Florida I had the opportunity to interview Abby Stone the person who has taken care of Winter the dolphin since she was brought to the hospital in 2005. Winter is the star of the new movie DOLPHIN TALE. Winter and Abby are seen in the dolphin tank with the interview between her and John Delia being voiced over.
Click on the link ‘Dolphin with no tail’ below to view the video:
I recently had the opportunity of meeting Harry Connick Jr. a great musician, 3 time Grammy Award winner, two time Emmy award winner, Broadway star and noted actor who appeared in 26 film related productions including Independence Day opposite Will Smith. He stars as Dr. Clay Haskett a marine biologist in the upcoming movie Dolphin Tale, which opens this weekend. Read more
If you have seen the superb final installments of the Harry Potter series, The Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2 (and who hasn’t by now, seriously), you already know how seamlessly composer Alexandre Desplat’s (The King’s Speech, Twilight: New Moon, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) beautiful scores fuse with and bolster each films’ stunning visuals.
Now here’s your opportunity to learn how he managed to produce two of the best scores in the popular film series’ history. Read our interview below for an in depth look at the composer’s creative process as well as his thoughts on the finished product …
Playing a freakish demon who teams up with a malevolent sorcerer, Jessica Morris terrorizes a teenage girl in a farm town in Fading of the Cries. The film is rife with stunning special effects, heroic magic-filled battles, and hordes of demonic creatures. In this one-on-one interview, Morris reveals how she prepared for her role, some insights into her films and her acting career. Read more
I spoke with actor Michael Angarano who was touring on behalf of his new film Ceremony. Michael has had a very good career thus far appearing in big budget films like Almost Famous with Kate Hudson and Seabiscuit with Jeff Bridges to modest budget movies like Lords of Dogtown with Heath Ledger and Snow Angels directed by David Gordon Green. His television series include the popular 24 playing the character Scott Wallace in 11 episodes and the character Elliot for 11 in the sitcom Will and Grace.
In Ceremony he plays the quirky character Sam who finds himself taking an unscheduled trip to intervene in the marriage of a girl with whom he’s infatuated. Michael gets to play opposite Uma Thurman in this Independent flick and the two up their comedic chemistry levels in the oddball film. Read more
On October 31, 2003, Hamilton went for a morning surf along Tunnels Beach, Kauai with friend Alana Blanchard, and Blanchard’s father and brother. Around 7:30 a.m., she was lying sideways on her surfboard with her left arm dangling in the water, when a 15 ft tiger shark attacked her,ripping her left arm off just below the shoulder. If the shark had bitten two inches further in, the attack would have been fatal. Hamilton had lost almost 60% of her blood that morning. Her friends helped paddle her back to shore, and fashioned a tourniquet out of a surfboard leash around what was left of her arm before rushing her to Wilcox Memorial Hospital… She then spent seven more days in recovery at the hospital.
Despite the trauma of the incident, Hamilton was determined to return to surfing. Less than one month after the incident, she returned to her board and went surfing again. Initially, she adopted a custom-made board that was longer and slightly thicker which made it easier to paddle. She has observed that she has to kick a lot more to make up for the loss of her left arm. After teaching herself to surf with one arm, she has again begun surfing competitively. She is now back to using competitive performance short-boards again.- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bethany_Hamilton Read more
Set to play SXSW this week and take New York by storm in some upcoming spring tour dates, they will be unleashing in Telepathic what we feel is one of the most gorgeously layered albums of the year so far …
Erica Durance is Smallville‘s snappy, sexy Lois Lane. She hails from both Canada and the United States, although currently resides in Vancouver. With the latest season of Smallville already well underway, Erica finds some time to chat with ACED about what some of her favorite characters and episodes are for Smallville, and what her thoughts are on the upcoming US Presidential Election. Read more
What do you do when you are standing in a room preparing to interview Daniel Radcliffe? Nothing – there’s no time… at least there wasn’t for me, as he rushed in the room and immediately came over to give me a warm, welcoming hug. And of course you know what happens after that… it’s time for tea. Ok, Ok… I admit it – I had the tea. He had the Diet Coke. Read more