Wilmer Valderrama (That ’70s Show) reunites with FOX as a cast member on the upcoming series Minority Report, which takes place 10 years after the events of the Tom Cruise headlined film. Along with returning to his network stomping grounds, the actor was also excited to enter Steven Spielberg’s universe.
Produced and starring Salma Hayek, Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet is a life affirming animated film based on the seminal work of Lebanese author Kahlil Gibran. Released in 1923, The Prophet has sold over 100 million copies in forty languages, as its message of humanity has resonated on a universal level.
Opening in New York and Los Angeles August 7, The Diary of a Teenage Girl (101 minutes, R) features a star-making performance from Bel Powley as Minnie Goetze, a teenager who hungers for sex and love in 1976 San Francisco. Alexander Skarsgård (True Blood, Melancholia) is Monroe Rutherford, the boyfriend of Minnie’s mom who also ends up as Minnie’s first lover.
The Church are heading to North America for a 27 date tour starting August 7 in Toronto, ON, with their last stop coming September 10 in Los Angeles (The Roxy). The outfit are co-headlining with The Psychedelic Furs for 20 of those performances.
Ray (Colin Farrell), Frank (Vince Vaughn) and Paul (Taylor Kitsch) — no, these are not the names of 1920 mobsters, hiding in the shadows of urban cites. They’re the names of the newest broken gangsters and lawmen meeting in the city of “Vinci” for the HBO series True Detective.
Have you ever dreamed of actually buying a home in San Francisco? Waiting for the real estate bubble to burst nationwide is one thing, but wishing it would spread to the City by the Bay is a pipe dream. Million Dollar Listing stars (and in demand brokers) Roh Habibi and Justin Fichelson offered up their two cents on the matter.
Part of Find Your Seen’s journey will be to explore different parts of the world, and since my personal knowledge of Atlanta is a several day visit some 20 years ago on personal business, Hugh Acheson definitely served me well this morning.
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