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Zach Braff is back and hopefully here to stay

Today marks the release of actor/filmmaker Zach Braff’s second directorial outing in Wish I Was Here, and it’s only his second film in a decade, after making his writing and directing debut with Garden State. During the past decade, he hasn’t even done too much in the way of movies,[...]

“Wish I Was Here”: What’s Up with the 2015 Awards Race

Directed by: Zach Braff Written by: Zach Braff and Adam J. Braff Main Cast: Zach Braff, Kate Hudson, Joey King, Pierce Gagnon, Mandy Patinkin, Josh Gad, Jim Parsons, Ashley Greene, Donald Faison, Michael Weston, and more… Past Oscar relations: Kate Hudson was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Almost Famous Here[...]

12 Films still to look forward to this summer

With the second half of the year underway, it’s tempting to also declare the summer movie season all but over as well. While we may only have a few big blockbusters still to go, the independent films still to be released offer some interesting options, with at least one excellent[...]

Is Sundance Film Festival 2012 a Bust?

By Roger Friedman HollywoodNews.com: I was sorry to miss this year’s Sundance Film Festival–my first absence in eons. But from all reports it’s kind of a fizzle, with most of the films not working out they were expected. So far sources tell me “Abritrage,” Nick Jarecki’s film with Richard Gere and[...]

Zach Braff added to Sam Raimi’s “Oz” prequel

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: From the “Garden State” of New Jersey to the Emerald City of “Oz.” It is being reported that Zach Braff, one-time star of NBC’s “Scrubs” and the writer-director of the indie comedy “Garden State,” has joined the cast of Sam Raimi’s “Wizard of Oz” prequel titled “Oz, the[...]

Natalie Portman, Ashton Kutcher release edgier “No Strings” trailer

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Though it’s only four days old, we’re going ahead and declaring 2011 “The Year of Natalie Portman.” The actress has four films reaching theaters this year, including the anticipated stoner comedy “Your Highness” and the summer blockbuster “Thor.” Off screen, she announced that she’s engaged to be married[...]