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How to Get Away With Murder Season 4 Is a Family Affair as Viola Davis' Husband Julius Tennon Joins the Cast

How to Get Away With Murder Season 4 Is a Family Affair as Viola Davis' Husband Julius Tennon Joins the Cast
How to Get Away With Murder is keeping it in the family for season four. E! News has learned that Viola Davis' husband Julius Tennon will be making his way to the Shondland series as a guest star in the upcoming season, however details about his character and storyline are being kept under wraps for the time being. (This is a Shonda Rhimes production, after all.) That said, it's a pretty safe bet he'll be sharing the screen with his wife in some capacity. Tennon's appearance on Htgawm won't be the first time he's appeared alongside his wife on either stage or screen. They've appeared together in CBS' Laws of Chance, feature films The Architect, Lila & Eve and Custody, as well as...
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2011 Cinema Arts Festival Houston, Highlights Films and Live Performances Including The World Premiere Of ‘Art Car: The Movie’

Texas is known for some great film festivals. apart from SXSW and Fantastic Fest, both held in Austin – Houston also hosts some wonderful events. Among them is the Cinema Arts Festival. This year’s line-up is extremely strong, with titles that include Pina, David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method, The Artist and the World Premiere of Art Car: The Movie. Sadly we do not have any contributors over in Houston, but I did feel the need to quickly promote the festival. Here is the press release.

Houston – Now in its third year, Cinema Arts Festival Houston, which runs from November 9 to 13, 2011 will bring an ambitious program of films by and about artists to the vibrant Texas city known internationally for its dynamic art scene. From painting and dance to classical music and multimedia work, this edition will also include appearances by directors, actors, musicians, and special tributes to Ethan Hawke and documentary master Patricio Guzman.
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Gays of our Lives (April 13, 2009)

To help readers navigate the "Gays of Our Lives" column, we've decided to add a handy Table of Contents. For those of you who love to read the entire column, start to finish, nothing has changed. But if you're in a hurry and want to check out this week's spoilers right this minute, all you need do is click on "Scoops & Spoilers" and you'll be whisked away! The same goes for each Gool feature including "In My Humble Opinion", "Gool Theater", "Gool Newsbeat" and all the rest of the great Gool content.

Table Of Contents

Feature: The Gool Hot 12!

Gool Theater

In My Humble Opinion (Imho)

Scoops & Spoilers

Gool Newsbeat

Bits & Pieces

Ratings & Rankings

Snapshots

Question Of The Week

Enjoy!

The Gool Hot 12!

In honor of AfterElton.com’s Hot 100 voting currently underway, I've decided to choose the 12 hottest soap guys we cover weekly in the Gays of our Lives.
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2929 builds 'Architect' promo

2929 builds 'Architect' promo
NEW YORK -- In the first-ever promotion encouraging viewers to see day-and-date releases in theaters, 2929 Entertainment is offering a free film score, deleted scenes, online production notes and film stills to moviegoers who buy tickets to HDNet Films' The Architect on MovieTickets.com.

"This is the first of 10 or more (promotions) in the next 12 months that will include this type of value add," said Mark Cuban, co-owner of 2929 with Todd Wagner. "We will continue to look for additional digital products we can offer as a reward for those who watch the movie in a theater."

At the site, ticket buyers can download the score written and performed by Marcelo Zarvos (The Good Shepherd) via a package of MP3s. The deleted scenes on the site also will be featured on the film's DVD, coming to stores Dec. 1, the same day the film appears at 2929's Landmark Theatres in select cities.

Cuban would not reveal terms of the deal with the Web site, but said, "We have worked with them for a while, and they were very open to the deal."

Tribeca Photo Diary: The Architect

[/link] Premiere Written by Matthew Tauber, The Architect this is about a conflict between an architect and an activist, who has to live in a dangerous complex the architect designed. Cast: Anthony Lapaglia Cast: Viola Davis Cast: Hayden Panettiere Cast: Hayden Panettiere Cast: Sebastian Stan Cast: Walton Goggins Cast: Paul James and director Matt Tauber Cast: Julie Carlson Cast: Serena Reeder All pictures © of Pierre-Alexandre Despatis 2006. Tribeca Photo Diary #13 Tribeca Photo Diary #12 Tribeca Photo Diary #11 Tribeca Photo Diary #10 Tribeca Photo Diary #9 Tribeca Photo Diary #8 Tribeca Photo Diary #7 Tribeca Photo Diary #6 Tribeca Photo Diary #5 Tribeca Photo Diary #4 Tribeca Photo Diary #3 Tribeca Photo Diary #2 Tribeca Photo Diary #1 ...
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'Down' rising from HDNet's film schedule

'Down' rising from HDNet's film schedule
NEW YORK -- Anthony LaPaglia, Viola Davis, Isabella Rossellini and Hayden Panettiere have been tapped to star in HDNet Films' All Fall Down, which went into production June 27 in New York and wraps July 25. The film, written and directed by Matthew Tauber (Rosen's Son) is about a conflict between an architect and an activist, who has to live in a dangerous complex the architect designed. HDNet, a production division of Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban's 2929 Entertainment, was created to develop, finance and produce films shot in high definition that will be released simultaneously through 2929 holdings, including Magnolia Pictures for distribution, Landmark Theaters for theatrical distribution and day-and-date TV premieres on HDNet Movies Network.

'Down' rising from HDNet's film schedule

'Down' rising from HDNet's film schedule
NEW YORK -- Anthony LaPaglia, Viola Davis, Isabella Rossellini and Hayden Panettiere have been tapped to star in HDNet Films' All Fall Down, which went into production June 27 in New York and wraps July 25. The film, written and directed by Matthew Tauber (Rosen's Son) is about a conflict between an architect and an activist, who has to live in a dangerous complex the architect designed. HDNet, a production division of Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban's 2929 Entertainment, was created to develop, finance and produce films shot in high definition that will be released simultaneously through 2929 holdings, including Magnolia Pictures for distribution, Landmark Theaters for theatrical distribution and day-and-date TV premieres on HDNet Movies Network.

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