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The Johnson brothers, Mike, Anders, Ty, and Axl, are far from ordinary - they are descendants of Norse gods. Upon turning 21, each brother secretly became a Norse god with his own powers, except that their powers are not all that powerful anymore. With guidance from the family oracle (their eternally young grandfather Olaf) and with the help of his brothers, Axl, as the human incarnation of Odin, god of wisdom, victory, and magic, must embark upon his life's quest, to find Frigg, his beloved.
It's 1987 and poised to sweep the floor at the UK Junior Salsa Championships, 13-year-old Bruce Garrett has fire in his heels and the world at his feet... until one fateful night, a freakish bullying incident robs him of his confidence and diverts his life down a very different path. 25 years later, having locked away his boyhood dreams, shabby, overweight Bruce (Nick Frost) finds himself unloved and emotionally inert, with the passionate beating heart of a salsa king laying dormant.
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Jeffrey Schwartz turns his camera on the plus-sized "cinematic terrorist" turned international icon of bad taste when Harris Glenn Milstead, a.k.a. Divine, comes to life in this complex documentary that traces his humble beginnings as an overweight, teased Baltimore youth to internationally-recognized drag superstar.
Amy Adams may be hoping for the Best Actress Oscar® at this Sunday's Academy Awards® but she is meanwhile today named the first winner of a new film prize – for the best movie line of the year. And the winning line is... 'You're nothing to me until you're everything' – delivered by Adams, as con artist Sydney Prosser, to her lover (Christian Bale) in the movie American Hustle. It vents her frustration that she can't have him completely because he's married to another woman.
Sommore, the Undisputed 'Queen of Comedy,' doesn't want to be called a star - a chandelier will do. Her second solo project shines as she brings her unique brand of brassy, sexy comedy to this hilarious yet tastefully elegant show shot on location in Miami, Florida.
A clip from the new special, Jeff Dunham: Minding the Monsters, filmed at Savannah, GA's Lucas Theater in May. Minding the Monsters finds Dunham's comedic troupe in sidesplitting situations that will both trick and treat viewers to a Halloween entertainment extravaganza.
ESPN will commemorate the Greatest Rock'n'Roll Band In The World, The Rolling Stones' 50th Anniversary on Monday nights throughout the National Football League season this fall with Legend to Legend, a unique collaboration with the Universal Music Group that will combine Monday Night Football highlights with classic tracks from thelegendary band featuring Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood.
Celebrates the moments that make up a perfect winter. Tour the world's most inspiring snowy landscapes, from the rugged peaks of New Hampshire's Mount Washington to the legendary powder of Squaw Valley, California; from the striking Himalayas in Gulmarg, India, to the southern hemisphere's highest peak in Portillo, Chile. Alaska, Utah, Colorado, New Zealand, Norway -- it's all here, just waiting for you to fill in the blank.
Watch as 20 musicians travel to New Zealand and create 10 songs in 3 weeks, a behind-the-scenes experience of the life time! Featuring Neil Finn (Split Enz, Crowded House), Johnny Marr (The Smiths, Modest Mouse), Phil Selway (Radiohead), Ed O'Brien (Radiohead), Tim Finn (Split Enz, Crowded House), Lisa Germano, Wilco members Jeff Tweedy, John Stirratt, Glenn Kotche, Pat Sansone and more, plus Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) in the bonus feature of the 2001 7 World's Collide concert!
Dame Helen Mirren delivers a riveting performance as Detective Jane Tennison in this revolutionary police drama broadcast on PBS to universal acclaim and more than 20 major international awards, including seven Emmys(R) (Outstanding Miniseries and Outstanding Actress), eight BAFTAs, and a Peabody.
To celebrate the occasion, Warner Home Video has announced a count-down to Middle-earth Midnight Madness celebratory event at Best Buy's West Los Angeles location, 11301 W. Pico Blvd., where fans can join in the anticipation of the magic moment when they'll finally be able to own the new extended edition trilogy on Blu-ray. Special Event Featuring Cast Member Greetings, Costume Contest With Fabulous Prize Packages, and More.
Peter Jackson's towering achievement is one of those you-love-it-or-you-hate-it pictures; few viewers are indifferent. But into which category will the Blu-ray disc version of the original theatrical releases of the trilogy fall?
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The number of zombie movies continues to multiply exponentially, and this latest one looks a little shady at best.
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Six Feet Under creator Alan Ball stretches metaphor to the breaking point with HBO's True Blood, which posits that a world in which vampires "come out of the coffin" and fight for their civil rights would look a lot like Twilight, only with lots more nudity. Lots and lots more nudity.
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