Rebounding from a movie that pissed off and confused America, the actor gives one of his best performances in Spike Jonze's Her
Gus Van Sant directs Damon and John Krasinski's (and Dave Eggers') message as the message
Singer songwriter Aimee Mann, whose soulful piano torch songs dripped with emotion in the 1999 movie Magnolia, will be touring the West Coast this August. Her musical journey will see her playing of all places zoos in Seattle and Portland, but the tour will start right here at Orange County's own ... More >>
High school outcast finds his place in 'Terri'
Courtney Love and actor Michael Pitt are reportedly dating. Totally weird, because Pitt played a fictional character based on Love's now-deceased husband, Kurt Cobain in Gus Van Sant's film Last Days.
The beautiful horndogs of 'Kaboom' get blown
This past Tuesday night at the Edwards South Coast Village in Santa Ana, and an Orange County Film Society-sponsored advance screening of the new Gus Van Zant-directed, Sean Penn-starring Harvey Milk biopic, simply titled Milk. Go ahead and Google the name if you must -- it's not like Harvey's stor ... More >>
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