Jackpot: Classic Movies on the Radio – Screen Director’s Playhouse

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Screen Director’s Playhouse

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Publish Date: December 7, 2006

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Screen legend Robert Redford is retiring from acting

The veteran filmmaker says he may continue to director. Alicia Powell reports.


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Forget Netflix – See These Date Night Movies On The Big Screen

In this day and age, it can be quite easy to rely on the progress of technology to get you what you want when you want it, all without having to leave the comfort of your home. Unfortunately, even something as cool & exciting as the date night movie has fallen victim to this inherently lazy way of living life.
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Smoke Screen: A Novel (Unabridged) [Unabridged Fiction] – Sandra Brown

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Smoke Screen: A Novel (Unabridged) [Unabridged Fiction]

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Genre: Romance

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Publish Date: August 12, 2008

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Ivan Sabado is a very good looking straight guy who was up for a screen test, so we paired him with Dusan Polanek. They sit and chat for a while when Dusan offers some help to Ivan with an injury he suffered playing handball. Ivan takes off his tee shirt and lays on his belly. Dusan straddles him and begins to massage his back. Then he turns Ivan over and rubs his hands all over his chest. In the process Ivan’s cock stiffens and pokes out of his jeans. Dusan rubs it the then wanks it. He then goes down to suck on the hard cock, slapping it against his tongue in the process. His mouth works on Ivan’s rock hard cock, Then Dusan removes Ivan’s jeans and raises his legs to expose his tight ass hole. Dusan rubs his hand over the sexy hole before leaning forward to rim it. He keeps rimming the hole, and rubbing his fingers over it. As he plays with the hole he also wanks on Ivan’s cock. Then he dips a finger into the tight hole and goes back down on the cock. His finger fucks Ivan’s ass as he keeps sucking on his cock. Then Dusan stands and gets naked and positions his ass over Ivan’s dick. He slides his ass down onto the cock and starts to ride up and down on it. His own cock is nice and hard and bobs up and down as he rides Ivan’s. He takes hold of his own cock and wanks it as Ivan fucks his tight ass. Ivan fucks that ass deep as Dusan’s wanking speeds up. With his cock rock hard and Ivan’s deep in his hole Dusan shoots his creamy load. He rides that dick some more before dismounting. Then he takes hold of Ivan’s cock and wanks it until it releases a big, creamy, cumshot all over the sexy body. Then Dusan takes Ivan off to the shower to clean up.

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Dialogue: The Art of Verbal Action for Page, Stage, and Screen (Unabridged) – Robert McKee

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Dialogue: The Art of Verbal Action for Page, Stage, and Screen (Unabridged)

Robert McKee

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Publish Date: July 12, 2016

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The Bells of St. Mary’s: Classic Movies on the Radio – Screen Guild Players

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The Bells of St. Mary’s: Classic Movies on the Radio

Screen Guild Players

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Sogo Department Store Unveils APAC’s Largest Screen

HONG KONG – Department store Sogo has unveiled what it says is Asia Pacific’s largest LED outdoor screen, installed on the facade of its flagship store in Causeway Bay.
Facing Hennessy Road, the screen, called Cvision, began operating on Oct. 27. It measures approximately 19 meters by 72 meters (62 feet by 236 feet)—covering a surface area of more than five full-sized tennis courts. 
“Since its inception in 1985, Sogo Hong Kong, the city’s largest department store, has become an important cultural landmark in Causeway Bay and a must-go retail destination for tourists and citizens alike,” said Alfred Cheng, head of sales & marketing for the company. “The launch of Cvision further cements Hong Kong’s status as a world-class metropolis and demonstrates our relentless push to innovate and adapt in the digital age.” 
Powered by Mitsubishi Electric, the screen produces exceptionally vivid colors with a 50 percent deeper contrast than that of conventional LED screens, parent company Lifestyle International said. Eave-like louvers allow for an 80-degree vertical viewing angle, nearly double that of conventional screens, to maximize street-level visibility.

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The screen’s operating hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays, extended for an extra hour

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15 Singers Who Slayed on the Big Screen

15 Singers Who Slayed on the Big Screen, from Harry Styles to Rihanna
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Angry Nerd – Why Clint Eastwood’s “Jersey Boys” is Destined to Crash & Burn on the Big Screen

Musicals. They’re great. But jukebox musicals? That’s an entirely different—and often terrible—story. Even with Clint Eastwood behind the camera of the new stage-to-film rendition of Jersey Boys, there’s only so much Dirty Harry can do for the destined-to-flop silver screen adaptation.
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13 Couples Who Went From The Screen To The Sheets

If you put enough rich, successful, (and ideally) attractive people in close quarters for months at a time, some of them will inevitably end up chopping each other down.

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Big Screen Dreams With Aaron Kaufman

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Imagine the level of talent, determination, grit, resolve and ambition it must take to succeed in the movie industry. The competition is stifling. You are not backed by a fancy degree. You don’t have the money to buy your way into the business. Nope. The only thing you have is an intense burning desire to make movies and enough of a WHY at home to figure out some way to make money doing it. This is the story of Aaron Kaufman. He is a self-made movie producer/director success story. He came from modest means and worked his way up the ranks in film animation and production. Now he’s building his own directorial empire and the foundation of his new empire is his directorial debut movie which will hit theaters in quarter two of 2016, Urge.

Urge, a thriller starring Pierce Brosnan, Danny Masterson (That 70s Show), Ashley Greene (Twilight), and Alexis Knapp (Pitch Perfect 2), features a group of friends who head out on an island vacation. While there they experiment with a new designer drug called Urge. The drug, if taken more than once, diminishes one’s ability to control destructive urges like sex and violence. How long does it take for society to crumble? Can Urge be stopped once it’s started? The movie is co-written by Kaufman, and having been privy to a sneak peak, I can only promise that you will be riveted to your seat. The storyline, characters and music come together to create a magnificent motion picture masterpiece, the likes of which nobody has pulled off since Silence of the Lambs.

Having spent time with Aaron in his N.Y.C. editing studio, and having listened to his story, all I can say is that 20 years ago his big dream of producing and directing movies, seemed improbable. Yet, he’s made it. His movie producer fingerprints have touched dozens of movies, and now he’s out on his own living his big dream, directing his first major motion picture for the big screen. Here is Aaron Kaufman’s advice for accomplishing big screen dreams.

The Best Stuff: According to Aaron, his number one piece of advice for anyone who wants to make it in the movie industry (or in any industry for that matter) is to be true to yourself. You make magic happen in the movies by doing creative work that inspires you. Too often, people get into the movie industry and they start looking around to see what everyone else is creating and then they copy that blueprint. This strategy never works. “I can’t make a David Fincher movie, ever. I am not David Fincher. But there’s a lot of people out there trying to make David Fincher movies.” Aaron says that the time he has spent working on movies with greats like Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino has taught him to focus on his own passion for movies without paying attention to what others are doing out in the field. “Focusing on what everyone else is doing is the same as commoditizing the industry. Focusing on what works for others does not create art.” It is for this reason, Aaron’s directorial debut, Urge, is a movie co-written by him. It’s his vision, his focus, his own art.

Learning The Industry: Aaron’s path in the movie industry is different than most. He didn’t go to film school, then intern, then get a job in movies. At 21 years old he was getting married while getting his feet wet in film through his own animation studio, doing work for the likes of MTV and Nickelodeon. As the internet took over society, so did it take over his business, where at the height of his business he was doing more animation work that companies would use online than on film, so he sold his business and started throwing feelers out into the film world. Aaron says that the best thing any budding artist or entrepreneur can do for his career is to become a Jack of All Trades within the industry. By doing so, it makes you a valuable commodity because firms will hire you for one main job because you can do all the jobs. Aaron’s belief is that the best way to learn anything is to jump into it. Mistakes will happen, but that’s where growth takes place. Aaron says that he’s very thankful to have started his family at such a young age, because when there are little mouths at home waiting to be fed, it forces you to get outside your comfort zone to do things you would put off doing under other circumstances. His need to make a living forced him to take any and all jobs he could get within the industry, and it forced him to push himself to reach for bigger and better opportunities along the way. He says that stress can be an awesome motivator.

Mistakes: I asked Aaron if he’s made any mistakes along the way. He says his biggest mistake was in waiting to go after his huge dream of becoming a director. “Being a movie producer for 15 years was great. I loved it. But being a producer is like dating a girl you really like, but always dropping her off at someone else’s house at the end of the night. Directors get to do the fun stuff.” Aaron says that in any business, it’s really easy to let years go by as you coast along on your excuses. He says that you can invent one million reasons why it’s a bad idea to do something right now, but then you wake up 15 years later and realize all of them were just stupid excuses which prevented you from realizing your dream. Aaron says that what he learned from waiting so long is that when you are really passionate about something, when there’s this burning itch you cannot stifle, go after it. Do it now.

Taste Before Skill: Aaron says that one of the most important lessons he has learned was from Ira Glass, host of This American Life on NPR. Says Ira, “Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, and I really wish somebody had told this to me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. But it’s like there is this gap. For the first couple years that you’re making stuff, what you’re making isn’t so good. It’s not that great. It’s trying to be good, it has ambition to be good, but it’s not that good. But your taste, the thing that got you into the game, is still killer. And your taste is good enough that you can tell that what you’re making is kind of a disappointment to you. A lot of people never get past that phase. They quit. Everybody I know who does interesting, creative work they went through years where they had really good taste and they could tell that what they were making wasn’t as good as they wanted it to be. They knew it fell short. Everybody goes through that. And if you are just starting out or if you are still in this phase, you gotta know its normal and the most important thing you can do is do a lot of work. Do a huge volume of work. Put yourself on a deadline so that every week or every month you know you’re going to finish one story. It is only by going through a volume of work that you’re going to catch up and close that gap. And the work you’re making will be as good as your ambitions. I took longer to figure out how to do this than anyone I’ve ever met. It takes awhile. It’s gonna take you a while. It’s normal to take a while. You just have to fight your way through that.” Aaron says that this advice has been absolutely critical in his journey as a movie producer and director. He says that over his lifetime he’s acquired a taste for finely produced and directed movies. It takes a long time to close the gap between what you know is a great movie and your output. For example, when Aaron finished the first draft of his screenplay for Urge, he was on the one hand excited it was done, but on the other hand felt like it was shit. Aaron says you cannot compare your taste to your skills at the start of the project. Over time, your taste and your skills were merge as one, but it takes a lot of time.

Mentors: Aaron says that he’s created a habit of finding mentors in the industry to learn from. In his younger years, Aaron found out that Roger Smith, COO of Warner Brothers, lived nearby. Aaron, anxious to learn about the movie business, reached out to him. Smith didn’t respond. So, Aaron kept calling and writing until one day, Smith agreed to meet him for lunch. They met at Café De Artist for lunch and that was the start of a lifelong friendship that offered one of kind insight into the business that Aaron could never have received in film school. In fact, most of his career has been the result of reaching out and asking questions from greats who have paved the way before him, including Roger Smith, Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, Sydney Lumet and Chris Blackwell. Aaron says that it would take many lifetimes to navigate the movie industry alone, hence it’s an industry rife with broken dreams. The only way to make it in the big screen business, and probably any business, is to get in front of those who have already forged the journey before you to find out the roadblocks, shortcuts, and rest areas along the way.

Urge will hit the big screen in the spring of 2016. Having seen the trailer and having spent an evening with Aaron, there’s one thing for certain; Aaron Kaufman has made his big screen dreams come true.

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I’m Not a Regular Mom, I’m a Bad Mom: Terrible Parenting Hits the Big Screen

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When we first glimpse Meryl Streep as Ricki Randazzo in the new Jonathan Demme–directed, Diablo Cody–scripted film Ricki and the Flash, she’s wearing lace-up platform boots, tight black jeans, and a teal top that’s both sparkly and lacey. Her fingers are piled up with rings, one ear lined with piercings, her décolletage hidden by an enormous fringey necklace. Her hair, in a style that will either become widely adopted or mocked, is flipped over into a deep voluminous side part, like the one Streep rocked more than 30 years ago in Manhattan, but here, the leftover strands are braided into three or four thick cornrows. She picks up a teal guitar that vaguely matches both her shirt and her eye shadow. Ricki is ready to rock.

But then the camera pans out to reveal a life that isn’t so rock ‘n’ roll. There’s the bar she’s playing, a San Fernando Valley dive populated by down-and-out baby boomers and a smattering of young people who want the Flash to cover Lady Gaga and Pink, not Tom Petty and the Rolling Stones. She’s got a day job as a cashier at a Whole Foods–esque grocery store, where her manager is barely legal and demands that she contort her regal Meryl mouth into a Cheshire cat grin to make the customers more comfortable throwing down for hundreds of dollars worth of organics. She lives in a dingy apartment complex with paper-thin walls, loud neighbors, and no elevator (as we learn when she has to bump her wheelie suitcase awkwardly down a long flight of stairs). To put an even finer point on it: She’s recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

But one day the life that Ricki might have had comes knocking. She gets a call from her ex-husband Pete (Kevin Klein), who reports that their grown daughter Julie (Streep’s real daughter, Mamie Gummer) is back at home, spiraling into despair after discovering that her husband is leaving her for another woman. Pete’s second wife, a domestic goddess named Maureen (Audra McDonald) who “makes the best brioche French toast,” is off in the Pacific Northwest caring for her ALS-afflicted father. Can Ricki come home to help?

Ricki and the Flash is about what happens when a bad mother tries to find a place in her children’s lives, decades too late. But it’s also about the expectations we place on mothers that we don’t think to place on fathers. Why, for example, does Pete need a woman around to handle a crisis with his own daughter? Would Mick Jagger have written such great songs, bemoans Ricki on stage later in the movie, if he had stuck around to parent all those little Jaggers?



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Post phone call, Ricki’s past comes pouring out. She used to live in Indianapolis; she used to go by the name Linda Brummel; she used to be married to a financial analyst; she and Pete have three children, all now grown. At some point, Linda left to become Ricki, Maureen took over, visits were few and far between, and now everybody hates mom.

The movie revels in the contrast between what is and what might have been. Ricki can’t afford to pay her cab fare from the airport to Pete’s house. Standing in the foyer of Pete’s subdivision McMansion she can only gawk. “I feel like Jefferson at Monticello,” Pete says sheepishly. “Maureen had to have the Palladian windows.”’

With her cheap rocker clothes, her battered guitar case, her ridiculous hair, Ricki clearly does not belong in this suburban fantasyland of throw pillows and soaking tubs and commodious L-shaped sectionals. What’s less clear is whether she still fits with these people. When her daughter Julie comes screeching downstairs, hair in a bird’s nest, stricken-faced and shrieking that her mom skipped the wedding but showed for the divorce, Meryl knows how to handle her. She knows that what her over-medicated, clinically depressed daughter needs more than yet another therapy session is a new lease on life. She can offer donuts, a haircut, a mani pedi, a trip to the mall to max out Julie’s ex’s credit card. After an ugly run-in with that ex and his new girlfriend, she knows it’s time to raid Pete’s freezer stash of medical marijuana, and get high as a family. “Did you just want to touch me?” she asks when a very stoned Pete puts his head in her lap, feeling feelings better left in the past. Ricki knows that sometimes being slightly irresponsible can remind you that you’re alive.

It’s a lesson that she learned at the expense of being a mother. “Who do you think put together her dorm furniture?” Maureen asks when she comes home to find Ricki in her robe, slipping too easily back into family life. “Who do you think went to that mother-daughter tea at that white sorority?” (Maureen is African-American.) Nobody would claim that Ricki was the mother her kids needed when they were kids. But maybe, the movie seems to suggest, she still has something to offer them as adults?

Maureen may be the saint who swooped in to clean up Ricki’s mess, and Pete may be the parent who stuck around, but the truth is more complicated. On Ricki’s first day back, we learn that as soon as Linda left for California to pursue her music career, Pete moved onto Maureen. When Ricki came home, determined to find a way to make it work, there was no home left for her. It was my dream, Ricki reminds him of why she had to go to California. I thought we were your dream, he says, sadly. I can’t have two dreams? Ricki asks.

It’s a moment that Meryl called attention to in a recent TV appearance on Live with Kelly and Michael. “The movie doesn’t really explain much about why that marriage broke up. There’s clues,” she says. “That accommodation, whatever it was that would have allowed them to stay together: maybe she wanted to go to L.A. to pursue this and he didn’t want to go, because he’s a financial analyst and you can only do that in Indianapolis apparently. But everybody makes up their own reasons why the thing can’t work. I think that’s in that encounter. Someone says you can’t have two dreams. No. That’s not going to work.”

Was it worth it? Ricki Randazzo is no Mick Jagger. She’s not famous, there’s no Grammy, there’s not even that much original material. There’s definitely no retirement plan. But there’s the daily act of playing music for people who love it (and if you need a reason to go see this movie, watching Meryl perform an entire album worth of songs live is utterly captivating). Ricki may not have realized all her dreams, but they didn’t whither on the vine either. “She’s happy,” Meryl tells Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan. And in the end, what she has to give to her kids (being vague so as not to spoil) is a vision of that happiness. They need Maureen, they need Pete, but maybe they need to see that too.



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If Ricki Randazzo’s trouble is that she dared to hope for too much, Charlotte Goetze has the opposite problem. The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Marielle Heller’s adaptation of Phoebe Gloeckner’s 2002 graphic novel of the same name, poses the question: How bad is a mom who doesn’t even bother to have her own dreams?

Minnie Goetze (the amazing Bel Powley) is a fifteen-year-old aspiring cartoonist growing up in hedonistic seventies San Francisco, with a nerdy little sister Gretel (Abby Wait) and a hard-partying mom Charlotte (Kristen Wiig). Charlotte, we learn early on, married young, had kids, divorced, then married again to a husband who didn’t believe she should drink or smoke. In what we can assume is a classic case of second-wave feminist awakening, she’s moved on—but not necessarily up. For Charlotte, having her independence means a shitty job at a library, handouts from her ex-husband, a 24-hour party, and a string of boyfriends with whom she can live a less “uptight” lifestyle. “She’s looser now,” Minnie tells us as we watch Charlotte ashing her cigarette on Gretel and snorting lines of coke with friends.

If Charlotte’s bad parenting were limited to her recreational drug use, we might give her a pass (it’s the seventies, after all!). But really her problem is that for all her progressive, feminist ideals, she’s actually permanently infected by retrograde notions of femininity, convinced that a woman’s worth is measured in the attention she gets from men. It’s a fact driven home by her obsession with the Patty Hearst case, which plays out on the TV news in the background. Hearst may have gained her freedom, but mentally she’s still in captivity; Charlotte may call herself a feminist, but she’s actually trapped in a very different mode.

Her parenting style is straight out of the fifties: Serious discussions are verboten and she’ll barely touch her daughter, for fear of Minnie sexualizing the contact. She’s obsessed with Minnie’s appearance, largely as a reflection of her own. “Is that what you wore today?” she says, looking Minnie up and down. “I’m just saying it wouldn’t kill you to show off your waist.” She talks to Minnie conspiratorially about boys, but really it’s just an excuse to brag about her own conquests. ”I was quite a piece when I was your age,” she says. “You’re not going to have that bod forever. I know it’s not feminist of me to say so.”

The irony, of course, is that Charlotte can’t see what’s going on under her nose: Minnie is sleeping with Charlotte’s boyfriend, the 30-something, mustachioed Monroe (Alexander Skarsgård). Through adult eyes, we can see that Monroe is kind of a loser; he lays around, slurping cereal and watching cartoons, and his goal in life is to retire at 45 after making his fortune through some kind of vitamin-selling pyramid scheme. But it’s easy enough to see why fifteen-year-old Minnie, consumed by her newfound sexuality, might not be able to see that. And it’s also easy enough to get why emotionally immature, self-deluding Monroe might be attracted to Minnie’s guileless passion, her untapped raw potential, her wholehearted belief in his worthiness.

As Minnie comes into her sexuality, sharing a man with her unwitting (or deliberately blind) mother, sampling the drugs her mother takes, drifting from the periphery of the party to the center, we have to wonder if she’s doomed to share Charlotte’s fate. If it were up to Charlotte, as we see in a disturbing climactic confrontation at the end of the movie, it might be the case. But Minnie has something Charlotte doesn’t: a calling to be an artist, the conviction that she has something concrete and creative to offer. The only thing that trumps Minnie’s constant stream of sexual fantasies is her fantasies about the lives of the cartoonists she admires and emulates. “I bet they’re happy,” she speculates about Robert Crumb and Aline Kominsky-Crumb. “I wish I knew someone who was happy.”

Later, she writes Kominsky-Crumb a letter, and eventually she hears back. “Keep drawing those comics,” the cartoonist writes. “I use India ink too.”  It’s not much, but it’s the best bit of parenting Minnie gets. And in her case it’s enough. “I always thought I wanted to be just like my mom,” Minnie realizes eventually. “But she thinks she needs a man to be happy. I don’t.”

The kids, it seems, are going to be just fine. The parents, on the other hand: they’ve got problems.

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Meek Mill Baptized In Slander After Drake Puts Him On OVO Fest Screen [Photos]

Drake added more fuel to the fiery Meek Mill slander after he opened his OVO Fest kicking “Back To Back” with memes of the Philly rapper on the big screen. Of course, Twitter took this as an opportunity to continue clowning Meek to the best of its abilities. 

Memes, puns and even the co-opting of sad animal rescue ads were used to mock the predicament Meek Mill finds himself in. Oddly, while Meek was getting cooked, he posted a picture of himself promoting a tooth whitening product on Instagram.

The jokes truly write themselves. Peep the best of the best below and on the following pages.

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The Marvel comics quartet are rebooted on the big screen

Marvel’s Mister Fantastic, The Human Torch, The Thing and The Invisible Woman team up again for a cinematic reboot of one of the comic world’s most iconic series. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)


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Elen Milek, a beautiful blond-haired guy who gave us a great solo shoot, agreed to a screen test. This was his very first time having sex with another guy, including getting his cherry popped. Paul Belonek is the lucky guy who is paired with Elen. After a brief interview to find out about him, Paul starts to massage Elen, using oil to coat that sexy chest.

We brought Vilem Posto in for a screen test, with Borek Sokol. It was his very first time with another guy and he agreed to get his cherry popped, so Borek was an ideal choice of partner. The two of them sit on the sofa, chatting, as Borek finds out a bit about Vilem. After exchanging compliments, they both remove their tee-shirts and Borek scoots closer to Vilem and starts to feel his sexy chest. He leans down and kisses Vilem’s neck and shoulder as Vilem moves a hand over to rub Borek’s groin.

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“Ant-Man” plays big for the silver screen

June 29 – Stars of “Ant-Man” arrive on the red carpet Monday night (June 29) for the world premiere of Marvel’s latest superhero looking to play large on the silver screen. John Russell reports.


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The Maltese Falcon: Classic Movies on the Radio – Screen Guild Players

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Demi Lovato And Wilmer Valderrama Are Taking Their Relationship To The Screen

Demi Lovato has joined her boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama’s supernatural thriller, “From Dusk Till Dawn.”
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It’s a Wonderful Life: Classic Movies on the Radio – Screen Director’s Playhouse

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Split Screen: The Return of Mad Men

Peter and Kelli Rubin love TV, movies, and games but don’t always see eye to eye. For Kelli, who worked in advertising, the return of Mad Men is personal. For Peter, it might be the season of Don’s descent.
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Split Screen – Silicon Valley’s Gender Gap

Peter and Kelli Rubin love TV, movies, and games but don’t always see eye to eye—and the return of Mike Judge’s HBO satire is no exception.
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21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations Complete List

The nominations for the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced this morning, with the winners to be revealed during a live telecast on Jan. 25. The complete list of acting nominations are:

THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
STEVE CARELL / John du Pont – “FOXCATCHER”
BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH / Alan Turing – “THE IMITATION GAME”
JAKE GYLLENHAAL / Louis Bloom – “NIGHTCRAWLER”
MICHAEL KEATON / Riggan – “BIRDMAN”
EDDIE REDMAYNE / Stephen Hawking – “THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING”

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
JENNIFER ANISTON / Claire Bennett – “CAKE”
FELICITY JONES / Jane Hawking – “THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING”
JULIANNE MOORE / Alice Howland-Jones – “STILL ALICE”
ROSAMUND PIKE / Amy Dunne – “GONE GIRL”
REESE WITHERSPOON / Cheryl Strayed – “WILD”

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
ROBERT DUVALL / Joseph Palmer – “THE JUDGE”
ETHAN HAWKE / Mason, Sr. – “BOYHOOD”
EDWARD NORTON / Mike – “BIRDMAN”
MARK RUFFALO / Dave Schultz – “FOXCATCHER”
J.K. SIMMONS / Fletcher – “WHIPLASH”

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
PATRICIA ARQUETTE / Olivia – “BOYHOOD”
KEIRA KNIGHTLEY / Joan Clarke – “THE IMITATION GAME”
EMMA STONE / Sam – “BIRDMAN”
MERYL STREEP / The Witch – “INTO THE WOODS”
NAOMI WATTS / Daka – “ST. VINCENT”

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
“BIRDMAN”
ZACH GALIFIANAKIS / Jake
MICHAEL KEATON / Riggan
EDWARD NORTON / Mike
ANDREA RISEBOROUGH / Laura
AMY RYAN / Sylvia
EMMA STONE / Sam
NAOMI WATTS / Lesley

“BOYHOOD”
PATRICIA ARQUETTE / Olivia
ELLAR COLTRANE / Mason
ETHAN HAWKE / Mason, Sr.
LORELEI LINKLATER / Samantha

“THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL”
F. MURRAY ABRAHAM / Mr. Moustafa
MATHIEU AMALRIC / Serge X.
ADRIEN BRODY / Dmitri
WILLEM DAFOE / Jopling
RALPH FIENNES / M. Gustave
JEFF GOLDBLUM / Dep. Kovacs
HARVEY KEITEL / Ludwig
JUDE LAW / Young Writer
BILL MURRAY / M. Ivan
EDWARD NORTON / Henckels
TONY REVOLORI / Zero
SAOIRSE RONAN / Agatha
JASON SCHWARTZMAN / M. Jean
LÉA SEYDOUX / Clotilde
TILDA SWINTON / Madame D
TOM WILKINSON / Author
OWEN WILSON / M. Chuck

“THE IMITATION GAME”
MATTHEW BEARD / Peter Hilton
BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH / Alan Turing
CHARLES DANCE / Commander Denniston
MATTHEW GOODE / Hugh Alexander
RORY KINNEAR / Nock
KEIRA KNIGHTLEY / Joan Clarke
ALLEN LEECH / John Cairncross
MARK STRONG / Stewart Menzies

“THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING”
CHARLIE COX / Jonathan Hellyer Jones
FELICITY JONES / Jane Hawking
SIMON McBURNEY / Frank Hawking
EDDIE REDMAYNE / Stephen Hawking
DAVID THEWLIS / Dennis Sciama
EMILY WATSON / Beryl Wilde

TELEVISION PROGRAMS

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

ADRIEN BRODY / Harry Houdini – “HOUDINI”
BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH / Sherlock Holmes – “SHERLOCK: HIS LAST VOW”
RICHARD JENKINS / Henry Kitteridge – “OLIVE KITTERIDGE”
MARK RUFFALO / Ned Weeks – “THE NORMAL HEART”
BILLY BOB THORNTON / Lorne Malvo – “FARGO”

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
ELLEN BURSTYN / Olivia Foxworth – “FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC”
MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL / Nessa Stein – “THE HONORABLE WOMAN”
FRANCES McDORMAND / Olive Kitteridge – “OLIVE KITTERIDGE”
JULIA ROBERTS / Dr. Emma Brookner – “THE NORMAL HEART”
CICELY TYSON / Carrie Watts – “THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL”

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series
STEVE BUSCEMI / Enoch “Nucky” Thompson – “BOARDWALK EMPIRE”
PETER DINKLAGE / Tyrion Lannister – “GAME OF THRONES”
WOODY HARRELSON / Martin Hart – “TRUE DETECTIVE”
MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY / Rust Cohle – “TRUE DETECTIVE”
KEVIN SPACEY / Francis Underwood – “HOUSE OF CARDS”

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
CLAIRE DANES / Carrie Mathison – “HOMELAND”
VIOLA DAVIS / Annalise Keating – “HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER”
JULIANNA MARGULIES / Alicia Florrick – “THE GOOD WIFE”
TATIANA MASLANY / Sarah/Coxima/Alison/Rachel/ – “ORPHAN BLACK”
Helena/Tony/Jennifer and Various Others
MAGGIE SMITH / Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham – “DOWNTON ABBEY”
ROBIN WRIGHT / Claire Underwood – “HOUSE OF CARDS”

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
TY BURRELL / Phil Dunphy – “MODERN FAMILY ”
LOUIS C.K. / Louie – “LOUIE”
WILLIAM H. MACY / Frank Gallagher – “SHAMELESS”
JIM PARSONS / Sheldon Cooper – “THE BIG BANG THEORY”
ERIC STONESTREET / Cameron Tucker – “MODERN FAMILY:

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series
UZO ADUBA / Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren – “ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK”
JULIE BOWEN / Claire Dunphy – “MODERN FAMILY”
EDIE FALCO / Jackie Peyton – “NURSE JACKIE”
JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS / Vice President Selina Meyer – “VEEP”
AMY POEHLER / Leslie Knope – “PARKS AND RECREATION”

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

“BOARDWALK EMPIRE”
STEVE BUSCEMI / Enoch “Nucky” Thompson
PAUL CALDERON / Arquimedes
NICHOLAS CALHOUN / Sean
LOUIS CANCELMI / Mike D’Angelo
JOHN ELLISON CONLEE / Commodore
MICHAEL COUNTRYMAN / Frank Wilson
STEPHEN GRAHAM / Al Capone
DOMENICK LOMBARDOZZI / Ralph Capone
NOLAN LYONS / Enoch Thompson (young)
KELLY MACDONALD / Margaret Thompson
BORIS McGIVER / Sheriff Smith Johnson
VINCENT PIAZZA / Charlie “Lucky” Luciano
PAUL SPARKS / Mickey Doyle
TRAVIS TOPE / Joe Hardy
SHEA WHIGHAM / Eli Thompson
ANATOL YUSEF / Meyer Lansky
MICHAEL ZEGEN / Benny Siegel

“DOWNTON ABBEY”
HUGH BONNEVILLE / Robert, Earl of Grantham
LAURA CARMICHAEL / Lady Edith Crawley
JIM CARTER / Mr. Carson
BRENDAN COYLE / Mr. Bates
MICHELLE DOCKERY / Lady Mary Crawley
KEVIN DOYLE / Mr. Molesley
JOANNE FROGGATT / Anna Bates
LILY JAMES / Lady Rose
ROBERT JAMES-COLLIER / Thomas Barrow
ALLEN LEECH / Tom Branson
PHYLLIS LOGAN / Mrs. Hughes
ELIZABETH McGOVERN / Cora, Countess of Grantham
SOPHIE McSHERA / Daisy
MATT MILNE / Alfred
LESLEY NICOL / Mrs. Patmore
DAVID ROBB / Dr. Clarkson
MAGGIE SMITH / Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham
ED SPELEERS / Jimmy Kent
CARA THEOBOLD / Ivy
PENELOPE WILTON / Isobel Crawley

“GAME OF THRONES”
JOSEF ALTIN / Pyp
JACOB ANDERSON / Grey Worm
JOHN BRADLEY / Samwell Tarly
DOMINIC CARTER / Janos Slynt
GWENDOLINE CHRISTIE / Brienne of Tarth
EMILIA CLARKE / Daenerys Targaryen
NIKOLAJ COSTER-WALDAU / Jaime Lannister
BEN CROMPTON / Dolorous Edd
CHARLES DANCE / Tywin Lannister
PETER DINKLAGE / Tyrion Lannister
NATALIE DORMER / Margaery Tyrell
NATHALIE EMMANUEL / Missandei
IAIN GLEN / Ser Jorah Mormont
JULIAN GLOVER / Pycelle
KIT HARINGTON / Jon Snow
LENA HEADEY / Cersei Lannister
CONLETH HILL / Varys
RORY McCANN / Sandor “The Hound” Clegane
IAN McELHINNEY / Ser Barristan Selmy
PEDRO PASCAL / Oberyn Martell
DANIEL PORTMAN / Podrick Payne
MARK STANLEY / Grenn
SOPHIE TURNER / Sansa Stark
MAISIE WILLIAMS / Arya Stark

“HOMELAND”
NUMAN ACAR / Hassan Haqqani
NAZANIN BONIADI / Fara Sherazi
CLAIRE DANES / Carrie Mathison
RUPERT FRIEND / Peter Quinn
RAZA JAFFREY / Aasar Khan
NIMRAT KAUR / Tasneem Qureishi
TRACY LETTS / Sen. Andrew Lockhart
MARK MOSES / Dennis Boyd
MICHAEL O’KEEFE / John Redmond
MANDY PATINKIN / Saul Berenson
LAILA ROBINS / Martha Boyd
MAURY STERLING / Max

“HOUSE OF CARDS”
MAHERSHALA ALI / Remy Danton
JAYNE ATKINSON / Catherine Durant
RACHEL BROSNAHAN / Rachel Posner
DEREK CECIL / Seth Grayson
NATHAN DARROW / Edward Meechum
MICHEL GILL / President Walker
JOANNA GOING / Tricia Walker
SAKINA JAFFREY / Linda Vasquez
MICHAEL KELLY / Doug Stamper
MOZHAN MARNÒ / Ayla Sayyad
GERALD McRANEY / Raymond Tusk
MOLLY PARKER / Jackie Sharp
JIMMI SIMPSON / Gavin Orsay
KEVIN SPACEY / Francis Underwood
ROBIN WRIGHT / Claire Underwood

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
“THE BIG BANG THEORY”
MAYIM BIALIK / Amy Farrah Fowler
KALEY CUOCO-SWEETING / Penny
JOHNNY GALECKI / Leonard Hofstadter
SIMON HELBERG / Howard Wolowitz
KUNAL NAYYAR / Rajesh Koothrappali
JIM PARSONS / Sheldon Cooper
MELISSA RAUCH / Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz

“BROOKLYN NINE-NINE”
STEPHANIE BEATRIZ / Det. Rosa Diaz
DIRK BLOCKER / Hitchcock
ANDRE BRAUGHER / Capt. Ray Holt
TERRY CREWS / Sgt. Terry Jeffords
MELISSA FUMERO / Det. Amy Santiago
JOE LO TRUGLIO / Det. Charles Boyle
JOEL McKINNON MILLER / Scully
CHELSEA PERETTI / Gina Linetti
ANDY SAMBERG / Det. Jake Peralta

“MODERN FAMILY”
AUBREY ANDERSON EMMONS / Lily Tucker-Pritchett
JULIE BOWEN / Claire Dunphy
TY BURRELL / Phil Dunphy
JESSE TYLER FERGUSON / Mitchell Pritchett
NOLAN GOULD / Luke Dunphy
SARAH HYLAND / Haley Dunphy
ED O’NEILL / Jay Pritchett
RICO RODRIGUEZ / Manny Delgado
ERIC STONESTREET / Cameron Tucker
SOFIA VERGARA / Gloria Delgado-Pritchett
ARIEL WINTER / Alex Dunphy

“ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK”
UZO ADUBA / Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren
JASON BIGGS / Larry Bloom
DANIELLE BROOKS / Tasha “Taystee” Jefferson
LAVERNE COX / Sophia Burset
JACKIE CRUZ / Flaca
CATHERINE CURTIN / Wanda Bell
LEA DELARIA / Carrie “Big Boo” Black
BETH FOWLER / Sister Ingalls
YVETTE FREEMAN / Irma
GERMAR TERRELL GARDNER / Charles Ford
KIMIKO GLENN / Brook Soso
ANNIE GOLDEN / Norma Romano
DIANE GUERRERO / Maritza Ramos
MICHAEL J. HARNEY / Ofc. Sam Healy
VICKY JEUDY / Janae Watson
JULIE LAKE / Angie Rice
LAUREN LAPKUS / Susan Fischer
SELENIS LEYVA / Gloria Mendoza
NATASHA LYONNE / Nicky Nichols
TARYN MANNING / Tiffany “Pennsatucky” Doggett
JOEL MARSH GARLAND / Scott O’Neill
MATT McGORRY / Ofc. John Bennett
ADRIENNE C. MOORE / Black Cindy
KATE MULGREW / Galina “Red” Reznikov
EMMA MYLES / Leanne Taylor
JESSICA PIMENTEL / Maria Ruiz
DASCHA POLANCO / Dayanara Diaz
ALYSIA REINER / Natalie “Fig” Figueroa
JUDITH ROBERTS / Taslitz
ELIZABETH RODRIGUEZ / Aleida Diaz
BARBARA ROSENBLAT / Miss Rosa
NICK SANDOW / Joe Caputo
ABIGAIL SAVAGE / Gina
TAYLOR SCHILLING / Piper Chapman
CONSTANCE SHULMAN / Yoga Jones
DALE SOULES / Frieda
YAEL STONE / Lorna Morello
LORRAINE TOUSSAINT / Yvonne “Vee” Parker
LIN TUCCI / Anita DeMarco
SAMIRA WILEY / Poussey Washington

“VEEP”
SUFE BRADSHAW / Sue Wilson
ANNA CHLUMSKY / Amy Brookheimer
GARY COLE / Kent Davidson
KEVIN DUNN / Ben Cafferty
TONY HALE / Gary Walsh
JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS / Vice President Selina Meyer
REID SCOTT / Dan Egan
TIMOTHY SIMONS / Jonah Ryan
MATT WALSH / Mike McLintock

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