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Johnny Cash Warmed Tarantino To 'Natural Born Killers' And Other Things You Might Not Know About The Film

Natural Born Killers wasted no time building its reputation as one of the most controversial films ever thanks to its opening scene where Mickey and Mallory wipe out an entire family. 1,065 more words

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H.E.R :: STEVEN KLEIN - SEPTEMBER ISSUE - W MAGAZINE

The W Magazine September 2014 Scorsese’s Women editorial. Photographer Steven Klein paid homage to their star appearances in the film director’s movies, hence his production of… 56 more words

H.E.R

Whip It (2010)

Drew Barrymore’s directional debut of Whip It is a warm hearted comedy featuring the rebellious constraints of Bliss Cavendar (Ellen Page), a 17 year old girl who wants to push away from her strict beauty pageant upbringing. 240 more words

Film

Trailer Review: Kelly & Cal

Juliette Lewis becomes a cougar in the suburbs in Kelly & Cal. After moving to a rural area with her husband and newborn, she finds herself not fitting in the community. 88 more words

Trailers

Juliette Lewis Rocks Pompadour For W

Influential filmmaker Martin Scorsese‘s female muses are featured in the September issue of W magazine.

Gaining fame for her breakout and Oscar-nominated role as a provocative teen in the 1991 Scorsese thriller ‘Cape Fear’, … 39 more words

Fashion

Juliette Lewis rediscovers her wild side in 'Kelly & Cal' trailer

Juliette Lewis is no ordinary suburban house wife in the new trailer for IFC Films’ Kelly & Cal.

In the clip, a lonely Kelly (Lewis) strikes an unlikely friendship with her teenage neighbor, Cal (Jonny Weston), after being slighted by a “mommies group.” Despite an initial hiccup, she describes Cal as “the first real person I’ve met since we moved here.” 67 more words

Movies

Natural Born Killers (1994)

20th Anniversary
Directed by Oliver Stone
Starring Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis, Robert Downey, Jr., Tom Sizemore, Tommy Lee Jones
U.S., 119 min

First Look: Had it not been for… 658 more words

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