Ben Foster

"Wishing all of us the good stuff!" the "Orange is the New Black" actress wrote.
As you sit in the theater you feel the dust from the prairies, smell the stench of the cattle and expect tumbleweed to roll down the aisles.
But unlike the supporters of Donald Trump, these West Texans don't blame their misfortunes on Mexicans, Muslims, or Hillary
American film has largely abdicated its role as a serious social commentator, especially when commenting on the people who don't own things. Every so often, a movie still comes along which tells the story of those struggling to maintain their grasp on their small piece of America.
Although there's much to praise in the Young Vic-Joshua Andrews co-production of Tennessee Wiliams's superb A Street Car Named Desire, now transported to St. Ann's Warehouse, the laurels go mostly to the cast. About other prominent aspects, there's much to question.
The video, released Monday, stars Ben Foster and Margarita Levieva.
Early on you learn these seventy foot waves have ripped two oil tankers in half during a blizzard in 1952 off Chatham, Cape