Principal photography is underway on Warner Bros. Pictures' Entourage, the much-anticipated big-screen version of the award-winning hit HBO series. The feature film reunites the show's original cast, led by Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven. Also starring are Billy Bob Thornton and Haley Joel Osment as father and son, Larsen and Travis McCredle.
Entourage creator Doug Ellin is directing the feature film from his own screenplay. Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson and Ellin are producing, with Wayne Carmona serving as executive producer. Returning cast from the series also includes Perrey Reeves as Ari Gold's wife, Emmanuelle Chriqui as Sloan and Rhys Coiro as Billy Walsh.Read More
Star Wars: Episode VII rumor mill has revealed three more possible cast members, with actresses Emmanuelle Chriqui, Alexis Dziena and Taissa Farmiga reportedly linked to unidentified roles.
When asked if "The Big 3" - Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher - have signed on yet, SQL revealed that only one of them has signed on thus far."Back to the 'Big 3' - I have only seen evidence for one of them having signed. I am not joining the sceptics suggesting they are not all back, but I can only tell you what I know.Read More
Coming to Blu-ray and DVD this Tuesday, November 29th, is director Renny Harlin's riveting drama 5 Days of War, which stars Val Kilmer, Andy Garcia, Rupert Friend, and Emmanuelle Chriqui. We have an exclusive look at this action-packed international thriller, with an all-new interview from star Emmanuelle Chriqui. Check it out below.
Inspired by the real events of the swift, but devastating, five-day war between Russia and Georgia in 2008, this action-packed international thriller centers around an American journalist (Rupert Friend) and his cameraman (Richard Coyle) caught in the combat zone during the first Russian air strikes against Georgia. Rescuing Tatia (Emmanuelle Chriqui), a young Georgian schoolteacher from the attack, the two reporters agree to help reunite her with her family when she loses them in the chaos in exchange for serving as their interpreter. As the three attempt to escape to safety, they witness, and document, the devastation from the full-scale crossfire and cold-blooded murder of innocent civilians. They desperately attempt to broadcast the footage they've captured while under attack from the Russian soldiers and local mercenaries, but are met with resistance from American and international networks either shorthanded from covering the Beijing Olympics or simply fatigued by war news. The trio realizes their survival is paramount, so they can live to broadcast the truth.Read More
Opening in theaters on March 11th is a sequel to director Sebastian Gutierrez's Women in Trouble called Elektra Luxx. Carla Gugino (Watchmen) reprises the title role and is joined by returning cast members Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Inception), Marley Shelton (Grindhouse), Adrianne Palicki (Legion), and Emmanuelle Chriqui (Entourage), as well as new cast members Timothy Olyphant (Justified), Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right), and Malin Akerman (Watchmen). We recently had a chance to sit down and speak with Carla Gugino, Emmanuelle Chriqui, and Malin Akerman about the new film, their intriguing characters, making a sequel and director Sebastian Gutierrez's planned trilogy. To watch our exclusive interviews click on the video players below.
Recently retired from the adult film industry, superstar Elektra Luxx (Carla Gugino) is pregnant with the child of late rock star Nick Chapel. She is trying to make ends meet by teaching a community college sex education class aimed at housewives when a figure from her past, flight attendant Cora (Marley Shelton), approaches her with a proposition. In exchange for the (stolen) lyrics to Nick Chapel's last record, all of which is about Elektra, Cora needs Elektra to seduce her fiancée. Elektra reluctantly agrees to do this favor, setting in motion a series of hilarious events which will see her come face to face with detectives, sex bloggers, emotionally unstable neighbors and the Virgin Mary (Julianne Moore) herself as she wrestles with the prospect of motherhood and tries to become a person of substance.Read More