1 TV shoot, 1 legendary hotel, 2 friends, 3 studios, 4 happy campers – all in 2 days.
The day before yesterday began with an excursion to West Hollywood. 1,067 more words
Much like a stage play, this violent effort was a career first for actor Kevin Spacey in that he is the film’s director.
It’s a straight forward story with a compelling twist to those involved in a hostage taking plot line with a top notch cast assembled here for the proceedings led by Matt Dillon, Gary Sinise and William Fichtner. 515 more words
Having won the Pulitzer Prize for his play GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS, Mamet turned his attention to the silver screen with this no-nonsense, elemental peek into the world of con men—centered around card games specifically—for which he wrote the screenplay and directed. 140 more words
The first Turbulence was a 1997 box office flop that starred Lauren Holly as a flight attendant who must defeat Ray Liotta and land an airplane. 611 more words
The National Memorial Day Concert always is a special occasion for its hosts, but it has added significance for them this year.
Ten years ago, longtime friends — and fellow Chicagoans, and avid military supporters — Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise presided over the event together for the first time, assuming the role from the late actor Ossie Davis, who had succeeded E.G. 599 more words