Ex-All My Children actress Brittany Allen has moved on from crying over JR (Jacob Young) as put upon Marissa, to trying to stay alive in the new comedic horror flick Dead Before Dawn 3D. The story follows a group of college students who inadvertently set a curse free, which causes people to kill themselves and turn into Zombie Demons aka Zemons. Watch the trailer below!
Q: Even though your screen time is limited, you showed a lot of different colors and shades in those moments. Though your character seem fucked up, you made him sympathetic, somebody that wants and needs love who is at the same time a real asshole. How do you psych yourself up into that state?
BM: I had so much fun with this character. You've got to remember, this guy doesn't think he's a bad guy. This is his reflection of the world on him; he was shit on a lot. He doesn't think he was wrong; this is how he sees the world. READ MORE
Who would have guessed all it took to slay box office's dragon (Avatar) would be a "Dear John" letter? Amanda Seyfried and Channing Tatum's Dear John–based on the Nicholas Sparks' novel–earned $32.4 million, knocking Avatar to No. 2 with $23.6 million. READ MORE
TV Guide Canada's Nelson Branco weighs in on the Disney and Weinstein Co. tie-in for the upcoming film Nine, reported by Variety, in the latest Suds Report. The cross-platform deal will embed Nine content ABC daytime and primetime programming.
Once again, the daytime-TV world has to bow down to Hollywood despite the fact that the favour is never returned. To promote its upcoming holiday film, Nine, the Weinstein Co. and Disney will work with AMC, One Life and GH to incorporate the film into their stories. Also, on Nov. 22, a two-minute Nine trailer will run simultaneously “road-block” style on Lifetime, ABC Family, SOAPnet, A&E and Bio.
Watch the Nine trailer at here.
Vampire and werewolf fans get ready to unite this Friday! Oprah has snagged Twilight saga author Stephanie Meyer as a guest for her talk show. This is a rare treat since the author hasn't done any television interviews. Here's what Meyer has to say about appearing on The Mighty O's show:
Since I'm only doing one interview, better make it really, really big.