Brave New Films is holding a “What Would You Ask John McCain” Contest. Tell us what you would ask John McCain and you could win a John McCain has been secretive, duplicitous, downright dishonest about so many issues, from his economic platforms to the release of his. That’s why we created our REAL McCain series, which you have made successful by spreading these videos in an effort to hold Tell us what issue you would ask McCain to come clean about and why. The team at Brave New Films will review comments to select fifty winners to Winners will be determined on Monday, October 27th. Each winner will be immediately mailed a REAL McCain t-shirt, so enter today! –Marissa Colón-Margolies Check out more great Nation videos on our YouTube channel. … [Read more...] about Brave New Films Contest: What Would You Ask McCain?
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A new film poses the question: What if America didn’t exist? The trailer for “America” made its television debut tonight on “The Kelly File.” Filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza and producer Gerald Molen joined Megyn to discuss the film. D’Souza, who immigrated to the United States, says he “chose America because it’s a place where I can be the architect of my own life.” He said the film is about what makes America lovely. Molen calls the film a love story about America. “Today we have kids who can’t find America on a map,” Molen said. “We have kids who probably can’t even spell America, and I think that we have, you know, left them out, we have done them a great disservice by not [… ] showing our patriotism a little more.” D’Souza was recently indicted for allegedly making illegal campaign finance donations, a move that some critics say was in response to “2016: Obama’s … [Read more...] about Dinesh D’Souza, Gerald Molen Talk New Film ‘America’
On the latest In the FOXlight on Fox and Friends today, Michael Tammero discussed George Clooney's ultra-private wedding to lawyer Amal Alamuddin and the new film starring Ben Affleck, "Gone Girl." 'In The FOXlight': Shaun T Puts Tammero Through His 'Insane' Workout Remembering Joan Rivers: 'Hard to Be Relevant in Showbiz for 50 Seconds, Much Less 50 Years' "They asked the guests to leave their cell phones at home and to report anyone they saw taking pictures to security," Tammero said of Clooney's secretive nuptials in Venice, Italy. "So, a lot of rules and regulations at this wedding." Tammero explained that it is rumored that Clooney and his new bride sold the rights to the actual wedding photos to Vogue, planning to donate the proceeds to charity, so they didn't want paparazzi or attendees snapping their own pics. Tammero revealed that after tying the knot in a personal ceremony on Saturday, Clooney and Alamuddin are making the union official in a civil ceremony today. Matt … [Read more...] about ‘In The FOXlight’: Tammero Dishes on George Clooney’s Wedding and Ben Affleck’s New Film ‘Gone Girl’
'Divine' Sonogram Appears to Show Jesus on the Cross Shocking Surveillance Video Shows Suspect Stealing Dead Woman's Purse Heart-Stopping Footage: Biker Hits Dog, Narrowly Avoids Oncoming Truck The controversial new film "Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe" claims that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) manipulated and hid data that links vaccines and autism.The film features a "CDC whistleblower" who spoke to a senior CDC scientist who allegedly revealed that the CDC had suppressed mention of a correlation between vaccinations and autism in a CDC paper.On "Fox and Friends" today, filmmaker Dr. Andrew Wakefield said the message of the movie is that there has been a huge cover-up at the CDC, and it has put millions of American children in harm's way.Producer Polly Tommey, whose 20-year-old son Billy is autistic, said the film is important because she's convinced that her son's condition was caused by the Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) … [Read more...] about Controversial New Film Claims CDC Hid Data Linking Vaccines and Autism
VENICE - If Selena Gomez wants to ditch her wholesome image as a Disney child and girlfriend of teenaged pop star Justin Bieber, then her raunchy and raucous new film "Spring Breakers" seems as good a place as any to start. The movie, which premieres at the Venice film festival on Wednesday, is directed by Harmony Korine and stars Gomez and fellow Disney graduate Vanessa Hudgens as bikini-clad revelers on a drink- and drug-fuelled orgy of beach parties and pranks. The camera zooms in on scantily clad teenagers gyrating to the music, local drug dealers snort cocaine from writhing, topless girls and mobsters cruise the streets of Florida in Lamborghinis in a hedonistic portrait of the "American Dream". Gomez plays Faith, the least wild of a group of four young college students on their mid-term "spring break", and the actress admitted that some fans would find the movie shocking. "Obviously I know that coming from Disney Channel gives you kind of a brand in a way," the … [Read more...] about Selena Gomez sheds Disney star image in raunchy new film, ‘Spring Breakers’
Before we saw his killer jump shot on the campaign trail, President Barack Obama was a ping pong whiz. That's just one of many intimate details revealed in the new film "Little Obama" about the President's childhood years in Indonesia. The young Obama is played by 12-year-old actor Hasan Faruq Ali, a New Mexico native who, like his inspiration, moved to Indonesia as a toddler. "Hasan has the walk, he has the posture of Barry," said Slamet Djanuadi, a childhood friend of Obama from 1967-1971 when he lived in Jakarta, told the Associated Press. "But Barry was a better ping pong player," he added. The film, produced by the Indonesian production company Multivision Plus, will premiere there June 17 to coincide with Obama's planned visit to his former home. "Little Obama" documents Obama’s life in Jakarta with his mother and stepfather from the age of six until he was ten years-old. Screenwriter and co-director Damien Dematra makes clear that this is not a film about Obama … [Read more...] about New film ‘Little Obama’ documents President Barack Obama’s Jakarta childhood
Robert Redford is quick to point out that his newest film, "Lions for Lambs," is not about the war in Iraq - and it's not an anti-war film, either. Instead, the 71-year-old actor and director maintains that the drama, which opens Friday, should be the starting point of a discussion about where the U.S. is headed as a country: "I hope people pause and think about where we are now - and where we were six years ago." "Lions for Lambs," which he stars in alongside Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep, is a three-pronged story about a clandestine military initiative in Afghanistan. It is the Oscar winner's first film as a director since "The Legend of Bagger Vance" (2000). It's not that he hasn't been working, it's just that getting a film made takes so long. "The bottom line is running the show," as he told the Daily News in a telephone interview. "Lions for Lambs" is a movie that raises a lot of issues without offering easy answers. What questions do you hope audiences will be asking when they … [Read more...] about Robert Redford’s new film focuses on politics
When Eva Longoria Parker was first drawn to "Over Her Dead Body," opening Feb. 1, it wasn't for the more prominent, sweet female love-interest role (taken by newcomer Lake Bell). Oh no, she was more interested in the part of a spirited spirit who works from beyond to stop Bell from hooking up with her former fiancé, played by Paul Rudd. After all, at the time the romantic comedy was called "Ghost Bitch." How could a star of the deliciously dark-hearted "Desperate Housewives" resist? "I find more fun in bad girls," says Longoria Parker, fighting off a cold with a cocktail of tea and throat lozenges, but still unbelievably glam in a purple Rebecca Taylor dress (designer shoes are long-gone in the name of comfort; today's fashion accessory is a pink blanket). "The good girls are always so boring," she adds wickedly. The 32-year-old actress has made a good career out of being bad. Before her breakout as sexy and self-centered ex-model Gabrielle Solis on "Housewives," she … [Read more...] about Eva Longoria Parker becomes a ‘ghost bitch’ in new film
Hollywood actor John Cho won’t forget his time spent in Columbus, the Indiana city known for diesel engines and avant-garde buildings.“Going to Columbus is such an interesting peek into the American character, which sounds grandiose but I do mean it,” Cho said. “You go through cornfields and then you go past the Home Depot and the Walmart. Then you cross a bridge and you’re in this small hamlet where you see this distinctly American pride in who we are.”Architecture is a primary source of pride. It's why Cho, co-star of the "Harold & Kumar" movies and Lt. Sulu in recent "Star Trek" blockbusters, came to town last summer to make the independent film "Columbus."Once described as "Athens of the prairie" by Lady Bird Johnson, Columbus is a community of 46,000 residents where buildings designed by Eero Saarinen, I.M. Pei, Harry Weese and Kevin Roche are found.The Bartholomew County seat doesn't rank among the top 10 … [Read more...] about Modern love: Columbus architecture plays starring role in new film made in Indiana
Talk to Me," which stars Don Cheadle and opens tomorrow in theaters, offers one of the strongest movie portrayals yet of black radio's community power. "Talk to Me" focuses on Cheadle's Ralph (Petey) Greene, a drug user and small-time criminal who rehabilitated himself into a voice of black folks in his native Washington, D.C., in the 1960s. Greene parlayed a radio show on WOL into a TV show and a career in standup comedy, and when he died of cancer in January 1984, more than 10,000 people filed by his coffin. It's a modest film about a striking character who might otherwise drift into the mist of history. But like Greene's own story, it also demonstrates the power of radio to reach a community - especially one that is to varying degrees disenfranchised. Veteran radio hosts like Imhotep Gary Byrd call black radio "the drum" that informs, rallies and, sure, entertains. Petey Greene did all that in Washington, just as hosts on WLIB and other stations have done over the years in … [Read more...] about New film shows ‘Petey’ was the ‘Talk’ of D.C.