Game Of Thrones Season 5 Trailer 2
New Key Art, Promotional Images, & The HBO “Game Of Thrones: A Day In The Life” 30 Min Special
It’s the rare music video that can sustain it’s charm for 30 years.
And I find it’s usually the simplest ones that stay with you.
This is easily one of them
House Of Cards Returns
You’ve been warned…
Aquaman | First Look At Jason Momoa
I saw Whiplash, And It Entered My Soul, Compelling Me To Write You And Urge You To Watch It, Experience It, Let It In…And Make Sure It’s Loud. High Octane Gasoline Drenched Passion On Display Here People.
Game Of Thrones In IMAX. Theater Listings and artwork inside…Winter Is Here
Their is a fresh invigorating originality on display here and it’s simply my cup of tea.
New Years Day
“I, I Will Begin Again…”
The Music Man
“YOU GOTTA KNOW THE TERRITORY”
Cameron Crowe writes about his late friend, the great Phillip Seymour Hoffman
CAPTAIN AMERICA THE WINTER SOLDIER
Marvel Video Playlist & Key-Art
Phillip Seymour Hoffman
This is a massive and tragic loss.
THE ZERO THEOREM
TRAILER & ARTWORK
Jake Gyllenhaal stars In a film by Denis Villeneuve, director of the upcoming Blade Runner 2049, Enemy
Spike Lee & Cast of his groundbreaking 1989 film “Do The Right Thing” share a stage at the Cannes Film Festival in 1989 immediately following the films premiere there. Spike Takes No Prisoners.
In an exceptional film, Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto give themselves completely to Jean-Marc Vallée’s brave and beautiful Dallas Buyers Club
On The Ninth Day Of October In The Year 1940., John Winston Lennon, John Lennon, Was Born In Liverpool, England.
He Would Go On To Be One Of The Strongest And Most Influential Fighters For Love And Peace In History.
Wolfgang Petersen’s “Troy”
Trailers, Clips, Artwork & Praise…
The Miley Cyrus /Sinead O’Connor war of words…
The First Voices Article:
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Brad Pitt Vs. The Craziest Fucking Zombies
Hollywood Ever Created
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