Aselton’s latest, Black Rock,
raises the stakes yet again. Written by Aselton’s real-life husband Mark
Duplass, the narrative opens as three young ladies — Sarah (Kate
Bosworth), Abby (Aselton) and Lou (Lake Bell) — embark on a camping trip
on a small deserted island off the coast of Maine.
The Way, Way Back starts right off
with that signature scene from the trailers. Duncan (Liam James), a
slightly awkward 14-year-old, sits in the back of an old station wagon
that belongs to Trent (Steve Carell), the new boyfriend of his mother
Pam (Toni Collette).
Fresh off of wrapping Copper in Toronto, Essandoh recently chatted with CityBeat
about playing his groundbreaking character on the show, his brush with
an Internet death rumor and some of his own television obsessions.
Director Lee Daniels (Precious)
finds himself in a most curious position less than two months from the
release of his new film, a historic drama detailing the life of Eugene
Allen (here known as Cecil Gaines and played by Academy Award winner
Forest Whitaker), a quiet Everyman who served eight presidents during
his time as a butler in the White House
It’s September 2011. Occupy Wall Street
is in its early stages, the country mourns the 10-year anniversary of
9/11, the 2012 election race is in full swing — a tumultuous and
exciting time to re-enter The Newsroom(10 p.m. Sundays, HBO).