Eliza Dushku

Bullhead is a Foreign Oscar Finalist

What is Movie News After Dark? It’s a nightly movie news column that is currently incensed with its own author, as it has determined that he is a giant wuss. Seriously? You almost let a little stomach bug get in the way of doing the news?! Pansy. Now, on with the good stuff. The shortlist for the Best Foreign Language Oscar has been released. Among the contenders listed in notes from Jeff Wells is Bullhead, a recent pickup of Drafthouse Films and standout film of this year’s Fantastic Fest line-up. Our own Luke Mullen called it “damn near a masterpiece.” That’s high praise, if I’ve ever seen it.

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Okay, check out this voice cast for DC’s upcoming animated version of “Batman: Year One”. We’ve got Bryan Cranston, Ben McKenzie, Eliza Dushku, Katee Sackhof, and Alex Rocco bringing Frank Miller’s classic graphic novel about Bruce Wayne’s first days in the Bat costume to life. For years comic fans (or maybe just myself) wondered why the big two companies never produced animated versions of some of their classic storylines, and then DC finally started hammering away at it a few years ago, often with impressive results. Their last go at a solo Batman story, an adaptation of “Batman: Under the Red Hood” was especially adult and cool, and I can’t wait to see what they’re going to come up with now that they’ve got their hands on some Miller work. Classic Miller, mind you; back when he was gritty but not totally bat-shit crazy.

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One night with Eliza Dushku can solve all of your problems, physically and spiritually. That’s the lesson Narnia star Ben Barnes learns in the trailer for Suri Krishnamma’s Locked In, a thriller about… well, I’m not exactly sure what it’s about. And like me, Meredith at io9 is positing that the answers lie in Ms. Dushku’s naughty bits: “We’re still not sure what Lester from The Wire is doing in it, but he seems to be some sort of spiritual guide that ferries spirits through Eliza’s downstairs parts?”

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It’s been a couple of weeks since the final episode of Dollhouse hit the airwaves, and it’s taken me that long to really process what this season’s highs and lows have led to. While that may not seem necessary to some, the complete adrenaline-high I received in the final few episodes was so much that I needed to step back and retrace the events, right from the start.

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Echo is back for a second season, and our intrepid TV correspondent Michelle is ready to take her to task, one episode at a time.

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In the season finale (sort of), the mystery of the composite event that spiraled Alpha into Crazytown is fully explained, as we see why Echo holds such a fascination for him.

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When Agent Ballad breaks up with Mellie, her connection to the Dollhouse gives him the final clue he needs to find its location.

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When a close friend of Adelle dies, we discover that the Dollhouse is capable of the most unexpected of services for the more prepared and well connected customer.

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When evidence is discovered of a spy in the Dollhouse, Topher and Dominic enlist Echo and Sierra to discover the leak. Meanwhile, Mellie returns to Ballard’s life, bringing more complications than he could have ever imagined.

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If you see a Dollhouse headline over the next couple of days, exclaiming how the season is getting its finale episode cut, relax. This is a nasty brand of journalism designed to scare the bejaysus out of you while dragging you into the article.

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Echo and some of her friends awaken with their original personalities, but no memory of how they came to be in the Dollhouse. Each doll deals with the lingering issues just below the surface of their consciousness.

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When a memory super-drug is released into the general population of a university, an army of dolls is sent in to contain its spread and solve the mystery of its release.

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Agent Ballard’s suspicions of the Dollhouse’s existence are confirmed as he comes face to face with Echo out on an engagement. However, a second encounter leaves him more lost and confused than ever. Meanwhile, Sierra begins exhibiting strange behaviour whilst wiped, to the alarm of those around her.

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When a commune is believed to be holding people against their will, Echo (Eliza Dushku) is sent in to be the eyes of the ATF.

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Echo’s (Eliza Dushku) newest mission as an art thief goes awry when a supposedly impossible event occurs, leaving her confused and defenseless.

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Echo (Eliza Dushku) is assigned to protect a singing sensation with a twisted overzealous fan, but inner loyalties to a doll friendship make the situation more complicated.

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Echo (Eliza Dushku) is programmed as a girl with a taste for the outdoors, but when her client (Matt Keeslar) turns her into his prey, she needs to call on more than just her imprint to survive.

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Dollhouse Featurettes

Dollhouse is not in trouble, at least not yet. Though ratings were disappointingly low, the Friday night timeslot is doing it no favors and perhaps Fox will understand that and be merciful when it comes time to dole out contracts for next year. However, in the interest of keeping interest in Joss Whedon’s newest creation alive and well, it’s time for them to crank out a bit of internet buzz and get the ball rolling a little faster down the hill of audience grabbing. What all this means? Start spreading the word, Dollhouse is on TV and worth watching. The basic premise features a secret organization which hires out their “dolls” as programmable people, with personalities, memories and physical abilities all selectable. Once their mission is complete, they return to their “Dollhouse” where their memories are wiped leaving them with no recollection of what just happened. Unfortunately, something is wrong with the system, and one of the dolls will begin to remember parts of her various lives. Meanwhile, one very determined FBI agent is desperately hunting the dollhouse, seemingly seeking one of its dolls. Admittedly, last week’s episode was not as strong as it could have been, but have a little faith (no pun intended). Admit it, the premise does sound pretty damned interesting. So, whether you watched it last week or are just reading this because you’re bored in work, check out these four featurettes (via movieweb): Hopefully they’ll make you a little more interested in the show, its […]

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We’re introduced to the “Dollhouse”, a mysterious location whose inhabitants are blank slates, ready to be programmed for their next mission. These missions range from providing the perfect romantic encounter to acting as a trained assassin.

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Eliza Dushku is interested in the role of Natalia Romanova, aka The Black Widow, in Iron Man 2. Do you think she’s a good fit? The discussion starts here.

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