David Walton , Majandra Delfino - Premiere of Mister Lister Film's 'Consumed' at the Laemmle Music Hall - Arrivals at Laemmle Music Hall - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Wednesday 11th November 2015
Jimmy Price knows his days as a doubles tennis player are nearly over, and since he's made a few enemies on the pro circuit, things start to look bleak when his latest partner drops him. With no other option, Jimmy tries to revive his career by convincing his estranged brother (and former tennis partner) Darren to give their partnership another shot. With the help of an 11-year-old named Barry, the duo enter a grand slam tournament, but are they out of their depth?
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David Walton - The Get In Touch Foundation's 2nd Annual 'PRETTY IN PINK' Luncheon & Women of Strength Awards - Inside at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Thursday 12th March 2015
The trailer for 2014's comedy Think Like a Man Too, follows the exploits of the original film's cast as they work their way around Las Vegas on a stag and hen night. When Michael (Terrence J) and Candice (Regina Hall) decide to get married in Las Vegas, they set off with friends in tow, but as each couple arrives, they bring with them more than their fair share of baggage. Zeke (Romany Malco) is haunted by his womanizing past, causing a strain on his relationship with Mya (Meagan Good). Jeremy (Jerry Ferrara) and Kristen (Gabriel Union) are already married and trying for a baby, while Bennett (Gary Owen) and Tish (Wendi McLendon-Covey) struggle to regain the spark in their relationship. Dominic (Michael Ealy) and Lauren (Taraji P. Henson) are reunited for the first time in ages, and best man Cedric (Kevin Hart) is just happy to be away from his own wife.
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"About A Boy" kicks off on NBC this Saturday.
NBC’s About a Boy is yet to get its official verdict from critics and viewers, but so far, the outlook is good for the new NBC comedy. About a Boy stars David Walton as Will, an irritating 30-something manchild and Benjamin Stockham as Marcus, his 11-year-old new neighbour. When fate (and housing prices) pushes the two together, along with Marcus’ neurotic, controlling mother.
Ben Stockham stars in this NBC comedy as the aforementioned boy.
"Marcus really needs a dad and a man in his life and, through this sort of twist of fate, it's this ill-equipped 'child,'" Walton said in an on-set interview with USA Today recently.
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Jamie and Dylan are two good friends who both currently find themselves too busy with other commitments to try and find a suitable partner. They decide to try something new, a no strings attached relationship which basically only involves a lot of sex and not much else.
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Ali is a girl who's desperate to break away from her small-town life. Seeking a new start she buys a one way ticket to LA and lands a job waitressing at a club called The Burlesque Lounge, the club owner and headline act is a lady called Tess, though she was willing to give Ali a break by offering her the cocktail waitress job, all Ali wants to do is perform on stage. Enamoured by the lavish and flamboyant costumes and striking choreography Ali is sure she would be a perfect addition to their troupe. Tess doesn't see her potential but a few other of the club workers know Ali's secret; she can sing - a small girl with a big voice.
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At Gerald Ford High School, two chucklehead jock pals--nice guy Shawn (D'Agosto) and blond hunk Nick (Olsen)--decide to skip a gruelling football practice and chase girls at cheerleader camp instead. Of course, they soon start to actually enjoy themselves, and Shawn begins to fall for one of his teammates (Roemer), but trouble is brewing as they prepare to face the archrival Panthers. Meanwhile, Nick tries to woo the seductive Diora (Sims), wife of the camp's gung-ho director (Higgins).
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Unfortunately, Fired Up! isn't the movie it says it is. It's rated PG-13, and beyond a few shots of young ladies in cheer outfits, there's nothing remotely objectionable here. That would be fine if it were a family film. But it's being marketed as a sexy teen comedy.
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The BBC drama starring Aidan Turner returns to BBC One on September 4th.
Jimmy Price knows his days as a doubles tennis player are nearly over, and since...
The trailer for 2014's comedy Think Like a Man Too, follows the exploits of the...
Jamie and Dylan are two good friends who both currently find themselves too busy with...
Ali is a girl who's desperate to break away from her small-town life. Seeking a...
Broad and very silly, this comedy just about keeps us chuckling even when things get...