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Righteous Kill (movie)

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  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast, For release 11/11/14 for 11/11/14

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Frank John Hughes was born in New York City today in 1967. This birthday guy is known to TV viewers for his roles as Tim Woods on "24," Walden Belifore on "The Sopranos" and Bill Guarnere on the mini-series "Band of Brothers." He's also appeared on episodes of "Daybreak," "Justified" and "Criminal Minds." Hughes' film work includes "Righteous Kill," "Catch Me If You Can" and "Bad Boys."
  • Carla Gugino on ‘MILF,’ ‘The Road to Mecca’

    Years have passed since Carla Gugino made “The Mighty Macs,” an indie sports drama about the rise of tiny Immaculata College (then, University now) to to pinnacle of women's college basketball, transforming the sport to the game it is today...

    Sarasota’s Carla Gugino likes giving moviegoers whiplash with her choice of roles

    Is there an actress working in the movies who’s harder to pin down than Carla Gugino? One day, she’s the “Night at the Museum“ love interest or Mr. Popper’s loving ex in “Mr. Popper’s Penguins,” the next...

    Carla Gugino and Dermot Mulroney take TNT Mystery Movie Night to new heights

    By Karl J. Paloucek Follow @ChannelGuideK Sometimes you need to remove yourself from all of the holiday cheer and hullabaloo and escape into something else entirely. And nothing succeeds in that regard like a good murder. The TNT Mystery Movie Night...

    Al Pacino measures up to Napoleon

    The Godfather will step into the shoes of one of history's most famous misunderstood bad guys. Al Pacino will star as Napoleon Bonaparte in Killer Films' adaptation of "Betsy and the Emperor," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Staton Rabin's 2004...