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"Do What You Love, and Fuck the Rest"

Wise words uttered by Paul Dano as a young, fat-suit-wearing Abigail Breslin’s older brother, Dwayne, in the 2006 critically acclaimed comedy-drama Little Miss Sunshine.  

Dwayne says this in response to the problem he has with beauty contests – not just the literal beauty contest that his younger sister is participating it, but also the “beauty contests” that we are forced to take part in every day.   868 more words

Zoe Kazan: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know


Zoe Kazan tests the notion “Can men and women just be friends?” in her new film What If, starring opposite Daniel Radcliffe. Kazan plays Chantry, who has a boyfriend, but strikes up a close friendship with Radcliffe’s Wallace. 891 more words


Jenny Q: Brian Wilson Bio-pic To Premiere in September

The cast features Elizabeth Banks, John Cusack and Paul Giamatti with Paul Dano playing the lead role – what a resemblance!

The film is centered in the ’80s, when Brian separated himself from The Beach Boys with the release of his first solo album. 44 more words


There Will Be Blood

Time: 153 Minutes
Age Rating: R13 – Violence and content that may disturb
Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Paul Dano
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson

Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis) is an oil prospector in the early years of the 20th century. 605 more words


Top Five Underrated Actors part 2

A couple of weeks ago, I posted my top 5 underrated actors, today I would be posting the second part of my top underrated actors, just to clarify once more these are my own choices and you may not agree with some of them. 1,252 more words

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Here's our first look at Paul Dano as Brian Wilson in biopic

As previously reported, actor Paul Dano (There Will Be Blood, Looper) is set to star as a young Brian Wilson in the forthcoming biopic about the legendary Beach Boys musician.  115 more words


The F Word Toronto Premiere

It was a Toronto homecoming for the cast of The F Word as it premiered yesterday at Scotiabank theatre. The film, which was shot in and takes place in Toronto, previously premiered at TIFF last year. 254 more words

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