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7 Questions with <i>Rush Hour</i>'s Heavyweights

Greetings chums,

When’s a sequel one sequel too many? Perhaps when all we can take is nothing more than the first in the franchise?


courtesy of New Line Cinema

Well, apparently for the makers of Rush Hour 3 starring Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan, you can never make enough as long as the money keeps rolling in and people keep dumping their greenbacks at the box office!

7 Questions with <i>Trainspotting</i> Director Danny Boyle

Director Danny Boyle has covered it all: druggies in Trainspotting, enlightenment in Millions, zombies in 28 Days Later and in his latest cinematic work he tackles astronauts venturing to the sun in Sunshine.

Boyle has long been one of my favorite directors, always tackling gritty subjects, loading his movies up with smart dialog, the big screen always full of surprises. He is a fearless director, never afraid to try something new.

If you have never seen any of Danny Boyle's flicks, here’s a list of my faves.

A Night at the Drive-In

Greetings blog peepers,

I know I should be recovering from a hangover after party-ing BIGTIME with the stars of fanfest. However, I wanted to share my account of a night at the drive-in.

The drive-in cinema is the only place where the two greatest icons of the 20th century, the car and the motion picture, come together. Under dark skies and night stars, you get to enjoy a movie in the comfort of your car. WOW.
 
There were no drive-ins where I grew up in the U.K. A chilly winter night at a drive-in in Britain? I don’t think so.
 

Hello from the <i>Pirates</i> Premiere

photography by Ricky Camargo


Yes, there were Pirates and Parrots at the Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End premiere.


A little make-up before show time. Always nice to have someone else powder your nose.

<i>Wild Hogs</i>' Stars in SF

Celebrities John Travolta, William H. Macy, Martin Lawrence and Tim Allen hit Pier 27 in San Francisco as part of their whirlwind press tour touting their upcoming comedy-adventure, Wild Hogs.

   

<i>Hounddog</i> Premiere Pre-Screening Dinner at Sundance

SF jewelry designer Rosalina co-sponsored the Hounddog premiere pre-screening dinner at this year's Sundance Film Festival. The movie stars Dakota Fanning. Robin Wright Penn, who plays a supporting role in the film, was the executive producer.

 
Dennis and Victoria Hopper                      Robin Wright Penn
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