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The actor weighed in on the "similarities" between the '90s film and his current TV show.
Justin Kelly's ripped-from-the-headlines biopic premiered at the festival.
Gay gangbangers. Web twinks. Queer cold-blooded murderers. For this week's Monday Mouth-Off, WiRLD.com's Mike Ciriaco has collected 5 LGBT films from this year's Tribeca Film Festival you need to watch.
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Another blessing is casting Christian Slater to basically revise (arguably one of his best roles ever) a character he played
But fans can expect an answer to their biggest question by season's end.
Christian Slater sat down recently to discuss his career past, present and future.
Of the hundreds of films screened at festivals across the nation only a handful will wind up at your local theatres, and that goes for those lucky enough to have been viewed at the growingly prestigious Tribeca Film Festival (TFF).
Mark Burnett's Jesus movie Son of God clocks in at two hours and 18 minutes. But director Lars Von Trier knows that if you want to tell a story about someone important, like a nymphomaniac, you're going to need more time, which is why his Nymph()maniac is made up of two films with a combined running time of four hours.
Filmmaker provocateur Lars von Trier's latest movie exceeds even his own perversions. The title, Nymphomaniac, tells you
When Lars von Trier announced a while back in Cannes that he planned to make a film about a nymphomaniac, eyes rolled or appetites were whetted, depending on how one felt about the bad boy auteur of international cinema.
Well, summer is over, folks, so now it's time to hang out with our real best friend: Television. I'm always interested in what could be the next big show, and even interested in a show that is not only big, but actually good.