Categories Site Updates

Changes

Becuase of the amount of spamm we had to change our news script but you can still read all the old news in our news archive. This script wont have spamm and you are now allowed to comment again, so please do. The forum has a new header which fits the theme-colors more so check it out here.

I don’t want to take the credits for the recent updates from this month but when I readded them to the new script it says I posted them but offcourse was it done by our great Mary :heart: We have a new layout in our gallery as well, I really hope you like it as much as we do! Go and take a look 🙂

Categories Appearances Site Updates

New pictures

I added HQ pictures from The Reaping film photocall at the Intercontinental Hotel in Los Angeles on March 24. Enjoy it.

Categories Miscellaneous

Caught in the Act

Hilary Swank, flying with her dog Karoo from New York’s LaGuardia International Airport to Richmond, Va. The actress kept her frequent-flying pooch under wraps – stowing Karoo under the seat in front of her. And her furry friend kept a low profile … until she started barking.

So cute 🙂

Source: http://www.people.com

Categories Movies

Swank and Perry Set Laws of Motion

Hilary and Matthew Perry are set to star in Laws of Motion, a comedy produced by Plum Pictures, Ideal Partners Film Fund and Hilary Swank Productions. Ben Foster is in talks for a lead role in the film.

Perry plays a husband struggling with life in a repressive career and community along with headaches caused by his free-spirited brother (Foster) and sister. Swank will take on a supporting role as the all-too-perfect neighbor of Perry’s harried character.

Motion” is scheduled to begin production this month. Plum Pictures partners Daniela Taplin Lundberg, Celine Rattray and Galt Niederhoffer will produce the film with Ideal’s Jana Edelbaum and Swank.

Source: http://www.comingsoon.net

Categories Movies

New movie

Hilary has landed a role she can sink her teeth into, or vice versa. The Oscar winner actually will play the heroine being hunted by vampires in the movie version of the John Marks novel “Fangland.” Swank’s production company optioned the book by the former “60 Minutes” producer. It is set at a TV news magazine called “The Hour,” where bloodthirsty vampires roam the halls. The “Dracula” meets “Network” tale is said to reflect the sometimes hellish environment of the real “60 Minutes.”

Source: http://www.nypost.com