Eva Longoria

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After earning an Oscar nomination for his acting work in the 2011 immigration tale, A Better Life, actor Demian Bichir proved himself to be a huge talent that mainstream audiences had been generally ignoring. Finally, after years of good work, the man got some recognition. It turns out he’s got ambitions beyond just taking that next step in his career as an actor, however, as Deadline is reporting that he’s now getting ready to direct his own feature, a romantic drama he also wrote called Refugio. The story of Refugio follows one particular character, named Refugio, who we meet through various phases in his life, with the overarching narrative being built on his search to find a long lost true love. Due to the jumps in the story’s timeline, the character is going to have to be played by multiple actors, and due to the fact that he grew up in the circus, Bichir is going to have to find a colorful cast of supporting actors to make up the circus folk. While all that sounds pretty daunting, the good news is that the work has already been done, as the new director has already got a cast in place and is prepared to start shooting in Mexico City soon.

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The Avengers Movie Logo

Three days ago, Marvel Studios assembled its team of Avengers. And right there on the stage in Hall H of the San Diego Convention Center, they lit fires in the hearts of 6,500 fans present and countless others as word began to ripple across the internet. I’m sure that it was a sight to see. And from a distance, even I couldn’t help but feel a twinge of anticipation for the superhero team-up — one that will put Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Captain America (Chris Evans) and The Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) on screen together. The 2012 film will be a cinematic event unlike anything ever attempted before. There’s no doubt about that. Never has a studio embarked on a comic adaptation quite so ambitious. Then again, there’s never been a studio making comic adaptations quite the way young Marvel has done. It all seems as if planets are aligning, deities are smiling and harmony between the world of comics and the world of movies has finally come to pass. But when we wipe away all of the manufactured bliss created on stage by Marvel Studios on Saturday, we realize quickly that there are still plenty of questions on the road ahead. In fact, there are more than questions — for Marvel, there are giant speed-bumps in the form of two films yet to be finished and released, and an entire team-up film to be planned and executed. It’s no small task. And even though the […]

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As the Oscars have come and gone, and so have the GAG Awards, sponsored by Film School Rejects. These annual awards remember the worst films of 2008.

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Eva Longoria Visits Marvel Studios

There is no doubt that Marvel Studios is probably planning out their next four big films, as they’ve set a very tight timetable for them all. But to see Eva Longoria leaving with Avengers comics in hand is quite a surprise.

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For those of you unlucky enough to be seeing Over Her Dead Body this weekend, you’re probably going on a date. At least I would hope so.

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This week we feature posters with Eva Longoria, Paris Hilton and Jenny McCarthy. It can’t be that bad. Can it?

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