The biblical epic "Joseph & Mary" starring beloved "Hercules" actor Kevin Sorbo reveals the power of forgiveness.
"Joseph & Mary" follows the story of Jesus' life and the prophet Elijah, a devout Rabbi, after King Herod ordered the mass slaughter boys age 2 and younger in an attempt to kill Jesus. Herod's decree led to the deaths of two boys Elijah had sworn to protect which led him to seek revenge.
As Elijah makes it his life's mission to avenge the young boys' deaths, he meets Joseph, Mary and their young son, Jesus. Soon the beliefs fueling his revenge are put into question by Joseph, who urges Elijah to choose love over hate, and he must decide whether to kill or choose forgiveness. more >>
Even though there are still many months to go before "Suicide Squad" hits theaters, much has already been said about actor/singer Jared Leto's portrayal of iconic comic book villain The Joker.
Leto, a method actor, had the unenviable task of taking over the role from some truly legendary actors. These include Heath Ledger, who won a posthumous Oscar for his take on The Joker in Chris Nolan's "The Dark Knight" (2008) and Jack Nicholson, another Academy Award winner, who played a dark version of the villain in "Batman" (1989). Mark Hamill, who plays Luke Skywalker in the "Star Wars" film franchise, voiced The Joker for television and video games for two decades.
Leto was reportedly so focused on his portrayal of the mentally unhinged villain that he would stay in character throughout filming, even when he wasn't in front of the camera. It has also been said that people on set kept their distance from the actor, who had maintained his character's menacing persona throughout the shoot. more >>
The most beautiful woman in the world is slightly pass her middle age, but Jennifer Aniston feels like a teenager once again, thanks to the prestigious distinction from People Magazine. The star of the hit TV series "Friends" is the cover of the popular magazine's 26th annual "Most Beautiful" issue and she certainly does not disappoint!
According to the magazine, Aniston's appreciative of the award, even though she already won it the first time back in 2004. "I thought, 'Oh my God, there was this sort of very excited, teenage-y kind of moment," she said in an interview.
It's not that common for the magazine to give the title to someone who's over forty, but Aniston's reputation as one of the most beautiful stars in Hollywood is making her age as a non-factor. But she actually isn't the oldest to be named by the magazine. Last year, 50-year old Sandra Bullock got the honor. more >>
Renowned American director and Denzel Washington film partner Antoine Fuqua once again convinced the award-winning actor to do a film, but this time, it will be a remake of the Western-cowboy film "The Magnificent Seven. The 1960 classic highlighted by a lot of gun slinging and totting is something that is pretty difficult to emulate, but Fuqua has in his disposal a bunch of high quality Hollywood actors, which may also be the reason why Washington was convinced to get onboard.
The remake recently unveiled its first trailer, and it looks very good, albeit the inherent gun violence to a film of this type. Washington will play lead role along with fellow star Chris Pratt. Both will be part of the "Seven," with the rest of the cast also distinguished actors themselves, including Vincent D'Onofrio, Korean film star Byung-hun Lee, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Martin Sensmeier, and Ethan Hawke.
The film is about a group of guys who decide to protect Rose Creek, a village that was earlier attacked by a group of thieves. According to USA Today, the motion picture is actually largely based on Akira Kurosawa's work called the "Seven Samurai." more >>
Actor/director Jon Favreau, who helmed the first two "Iron Man" films, is in agreement with everyone who has given "Captain America: Civil War" positive reviews.
In an interview with IGN, Favreau said that as someone who was involved in establishing the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he felt that the world of the Avengers is currently in good hands.
"As an audience member I was just smiling, and it's nice to smile your way through a film," he said. "The audience is in for a treat, and I didn't even see it finished so I'm sure it's gotten even better." more >>
It has been 13 long years since comedienne and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres first lent her voice to Dory, the blue tang with short-term memory loss, in Pixar's critically acclaimed "Finding Nemo" (2003).
This year, DeGeneres returns to the undersea world of Dory, Nemo (originally voiced by Alexander Gould), and Marlin (Albert Brooks), but, this time, she plays the lead in "Finding Dory," the long-awaited sequel to "Finding Nemo."
In "Finding Dory," viewers will find the forgetful but perennially optimistic blue tang taking on a more emotional story arc. In the sequel, Dory embarks on a quest across the Pacific to find her long-lost parents after her deeply-rooted childhood memories are suddenly sparked by a mention of the word "home." more >>