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huffingtonpost.com — GET UPDATES FROM John Lopez It's been 24 hours since Jason Collins came out in his Sports Illustrated cover story, and one of the most gratifying aspects to Collins' story in my mind is how quickly it is passing into the realm of the mundane.
Q&A: Oblivion and To the Wonder's Olga Kurylenko on Tom Cruise's Foot Speed, Dancing for Terrence Malick, and Stealing Ben Affleck's Shirtgrantland.com — JOE KLAMAR/AFP/Getty Images Pretty much the one thing I remember from Quantum of Solace (which is, let's be honest, by far the most forgettable Daniel Craig Bond film) is Ukrainian model/actress Olga Kurylenko striding across the desert in a designer ball gown.
grantland.com — Gene Page/AMC My son and I play a game called "Zombie." Basically, I chase him around while pretending to be a zombie and making those hungry/throaty zombie noises, then I finally catch him and pretend to gnaw on his arm or leg. He giggles the whole time. Little kids love zombies.
Q&A: Olympus Has Fallen Director Antoine Fuqua on Blowing Up the White House, Morgan Freeman's Singing Voice, and His Next Project With Denzel Washington - Hollywood Prospectus Blog - Grantlandgrantland.com — FilmDistrict Ever since his bad-police magnum opus Training Day, director Antoine Fuqua has specialized in taking totally implausible, big-budget action movies and making them plausible: an Arthurian myth grounded in Roman history; an elite gunman who avenges a Cheney-esque government oil conspiracy; Richard Gere as a cop.
huffingtonpost.com — GET UPDATES FROM John Lopez Most people, when they hear the name Viggo Mortensen, instantly think Lord of the Rings. To the vast majority of popcorn-munching moviegoers, Viggo might as well be Danish for "Aragorn." His performance as J.R.R.
grantland.com — Gene Page/AMC If, like me, you've watched your share of traffic-accident-bad Lifetime movies, then I bet you too have longed for a wandering zombie to spice up those hackneyed SWF plots and excessive use of Aaron Spelling children. Well, this week's Walking Dead episode "Prey," a.k.a. Mother, Why Did I Sleep With Danger?"
grantland.com — Gene Page/AMC Preamble in Which I Beg for Mercy: Before I begin this week's recap, pardon me, merciful readers, if I flash my TWD creds in the hope that slathering myself with zombie bona fides will let me pass (relatively) unscathed through the hordes of Walking Dead fanatics and Grantland commentators.
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