Twenty-five years ago, Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” broke ground as the first animated feature film to receive an Academy Award nomination for best picture, and now this tale as old as time celebrates 25 years with a special anniversary edition and upcoming live action film slated for 2017.
HollyShorts Film Festival, sponsored by BITPIX, announced today that the esteemed actress-director-producer Jennifer Morrison (ABC’s Once Upon A Time) will be honored with the 2016 HollyShorts Trailblazer Award on opening night, presented by Women in Film at the 12 Annual Hollyshorts Festival.
At least the trailer delivers. But if chemistry between the actors and director are any hint from their Hall H conference this past week at comic con we have a massive success in the works for the silver screen’s first leading superheroine since the massive bomb that was Elektra.
While we spend a lot of our time at Press Pass LA covering the celebrity lifestyle, we are always looking for the chance to #GetWhatMatters to our fans which is why when we met the owners of 12th Bean at an ESPYS gifting suite recently, we couldn’t be more excited about their mission to help […]
This might be the first year in a long time that both DC and Marvel put up such a good fight at the San Diego Comic-Con that it’s unclear who really won the day. Marvel is far more experienced and has a built-in fanbase but DC is doing a mighty fine job of holding its […]
Considering how complicated technology can make the suspense and horror genre, directors Henry Joost and Ariel Shculman actually incorporated technology to attempt to make a teenage suspense thriller. But just how successful is it? Nerve attempts to find out.
Stan Lee, the legendary creator of Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, The Avengers, Iron Man, amongst others, has created an original new comic book titled NITRON, along with Keya Morgan and Michael Benaroya.
We’ve all been there…you’ve managed to fight the L.A. traffic to get to your big meeting, audition, red carpet on time but now there is no parking! You could pay the outrageous valet (if you’re lucky enough that they have one) or circle endlessly eyeing the clock. Enter MyLücke.