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Wes Anderson's giving us another peak in 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' with this new trailer. The star-studded cast features Ralph Fiennes, Owen Wilson, Jason Schwartzman, and Bill Murray.
Wes Anderson fans the world over can start to get excited as reports flood in that his next picture will be a stop motion animation.
Wes Welker is the new recipient of a hair transplant and the NFL star is happy to talk about the surgery.
Ghost Rider movie trailer - starring Nicolas Cage, Peter Fonda, Sam Elliott, Eva Mendes, Wes Bentley, Daniel Frederiksen. Directed by Mark Steven Johnson. Theatrical Release Date: 2/16/2007
Masters of horror Wes Craven and Sean Cunningham revisit their landmark film that launched Craven's directing career and influenced decades of horror films to follow: The Last House on the Left. Bringing one of the most notorious thrillers of all time to a new generation, they produce the story that explores how far two ordinary people will go to exact revenge on the sociopaths who harmed their child.
The night she arrives at the remote Collingwood lakehouse, Mari (Sara Paxton) and her friend are kidnapped by a prison escapee and his crew. Terrified and left for dead, Mari's only hope is to make it back to parents John and Emma (Tony Goldwyn and Monica Potter). Unfortunately, her attackers unknowingly seek shelter at the one place she could be safe. And when her family learns the horrifying story, they will make three strangers curse the day they came to The Last House on the Left.
Anton (Gabriel Casseus) isn't like the other guys in Harlem. He is 28 years old and a little slow, but has a heart of gold and an extraordinary singing voice. Because of his deficit, Anton's never had a chance to realize the dream that sets him apart in his working class neighborhood: to become a world class opera singer.
His over-protective Auntie, whom he lives with, is unable to accept that Anton is no longer a child, nor that his dream of singing opera is serious. All she sees are the obstacles her nephew faces daily: his dead-end job as a laundry worker with a manipulative boss, the local drug dealer who enjoys exploiting the overly trusting Anton for his own gain, and the neighborhood children who mimic his slow speech and stunted walk. When two teenagers bully Anton because of his opera singing, Auntie, frightened for his safety, argues with Anton that he give up his "opera foolishness." But, rather than give up his dream, he runs away from home determined to find his rightful place in the world.
Life on New York's streets is hard and Anton is soon conned out of his money by Wes (Damon Wayans), a quick-witted street hustler. Homeless, he wanders the streets, panhandling in Washington Square Park, where he encounters Matthew (Christian Camargo), a charismatic 30 year old, playing popular piano tunes for tips. Anton and Matthew team up to earn money and gain exposure, but Matthew's real intentions aren't immediately recognizable to the trusting Anton. Only when Wes returns with a surprising offer to "manage" Anton's career does an unlikely friendship form between the three men, each one trying desperately to change the course of their lives and pursue their dreams.
No one is more surprised than Wes when he is chosen as Professor Keating's final student to join her at the firm. He can't help but wonder if it's because of the secret he uncovered about Nate. Is he right?
Jay Wes, the 24-year-old son of Jay, a father of 34 children, joins his dad at Harpo Studios to share some news with Iyanla.
On the same night that he was crowned an NCAA wrestling champion, Dillon McCabe (Wes Chatham) was involved in the killing of a cop and then sentenced to fifteen years of prison. Ten years later, Dillon is paroled back onto the streets of his run-down Baton Rouge neighborhood. Before he can pick up the pieces of his life, his best friend gets in trouble with a vicious loan shark. To get the money to free him, Dillon must return to fighting – this time, mixed martial arts. But his quick, brutal success gets him into more trouble than ever. And after three vicious triumphs, he discovers that his real opponent is a corrupt system that requires him to do the impossible: lose.
Wes and Fi are empty. Wes is a burned-out photographer and Fi is the writer’s-blocked author of zombie novellas. While their love still burns strong, artistically their hearts have been locked in a box for years.
When Fi shows signs of mental illness, Wes does everything in his power to help. He soon discovers that dark forces lurk inside and has no choice but to imprison her until he can figure out what to do with this familiar-looking person he doesn’t recognize any more. Fighting against her disturbed intruder, can the lovers rediscover inspiration in the grimmest corners of this musical horror movie?
Jay, the biological father of 34 children, sits down with Iyanla and his parents. Jay's mother, Stacey, says that when she married his father, Wes, she was already broken. Stacey can now look back and take some responsibility for the outcome of her son's life. Watch as her words bring Jay to tears.
"I didn't do it. I just like making people feel uncomfortable."
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