G4TV - Alison Haislip and Chris Hardwick Discuss their names
Birds Eye View met TWILIGHT director Catherine Hardwicke to discuss the film adapted from cult novel by Stephanie Meyer. We also asked Catherine for her perspective on being the female at the helm of a global hit franchise. *******www.birds-eye-view******
The Hardwick road race 2009
The road race from pilsley to hardwick hall, held 17-7-09
Mike Epps, Derek Luke & Omari Hardwick talk about acting in a different era and the three actors also reveal more about their characters
Chris Hardwick opening monologue for 2013 Streamy Awards
Watch Jay Hardwick talk about biotechnology in farming in America. The Conversations About Plant Biotechnology Web site offers additional video discussions with farmers and experts from around the world.
Betty Hardwick Center/Crisis Line
Behind the Scenes for
Model: Actor Omari Hardwick
Ties: Michael Warren
Set in the beautiful French countryside during World War II, The Green Glove is a mystery adventure centering on a valuable religious artifact stolen by a Nazi art thief. Heâs captured by Michael Blake (Glenn ford), an American soldier in France. The Nazi escapes, and Michael moves on in life, but never forgets the beautiful and excessively bejeweled glove. Years later, Blake is on the brink of bankruptcy. He decides to go back to France and find the mysterious glove. Aided by a beautiful tour guide (Gaby Andre) Blake flies from one perilous adventure to the next, thwarting danger at every turn! The action and mystery of The Green Glove are superb, but what takes the film to the next level is that itâs also a radiant tour through the French countryside in the fifties!
This video contains comments by recipients of the Sustainable Jersey Green Grants distributed at a press conference in Trenton, NJ on June 22, 2009. The $200,000 in grants distributed to 14 towns were funded by Walmart. Produced by Professional Podcasts LLC, Cherry Hill, NJ, for Walmart.
*******www.scene-stealers**** Stephanie Meyer's teen vampire romance book "Twilight" makes it to the big screen this weekend starring Robert pattinson as Edward and Kristen Stewart as Bella. There's no doubt that "Twilight" will make tons of cash, but will it satisfy fans an non-fans of the book alike? Eric Melin of www.scene-stealers**** and guest co-host Whitney Mathews (www.whitneymathews****) review "Twilight" from the perspective of someone who has and someone who hasn't read the book. Is the Catherine Hardwicke-directed vampire romance fantasy just for teenagers? Find out in this on-camera movie review of "Twilight."
H2 Halloween 2 ( Movie Trailer)
Director Rob Zombie picks up at the exact moment the first movie (2007's Halloween) stopped and follows the aftermath of Michael Myers murderous rampage through the eyes of heroine Laurie Strode.
Genres: Suspense/Horror, Sequel and Teen
Release Date: August 28th, 2009 (wide)
Distributors: Dimension Films, The Weinstein Company
Studios: Dimension Films
Starring: Scout Taylor-Compton, Tyler Mane, Malcolm McDowell, Sheri Moon Zombie, Chris Hardwick
Directed by: Rob Zombie
Produced by: Malek Akkad, Andy Gould, Rob Zombie
Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg Interview THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE, and BREAKING DAWN - For more movie news and interviews go to *******www***llider**** -
With The Twilight Saga: Eclipse finally getting released in a few days, it's finally time to post the exclusive interviews I did at the junket a few weeks back. While I debated who to post first…I decided to go with screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg.
During the extended interview she discussed how working for director David Slade was different than Catherine Hardwicke and Chris Weitz, how much time she's spent writing all the Twilight films, what was cut out of Eclipse, and regarding Breaking Dawn….I asked her how long she knew it was going to be two films, when exactly did she start writing it, what was her reaction to Bill Condon directing the films, how has she been working with Condon on the script, and we ended the interview talking about with the 4th book being the most controversial among the fans…how is it for her to tackle the writing. She talks about how some fans want an R rating and she explains why it doesn't have to be so graphic.
If you're a fan of the Twilight films, I promise you'll love the interview. Watch it after the jump and look for more exclusive Twilight interview tomorrow night:
How has it been for her going back and forth from Dexter to Twilight
1:00 - How was working for David Slade different compared to Catherine Hardwicke and Chris Weitz
2:45 - How much time did she spend writing each Twilight movie. She says she had the most time on Eclipse
3:50 - Did she notice anything missing out of Eclipse that she wrote
5:20 - Breaking Dawn talk - How long has she known that it was going to be 2 films.
6:40 - How happy is she that the press release finally got released that the movie will be two films and how long ago did she start writing the two scripts. She says the fall or winter of last year she was writing it. Says she was writing before her deal was made.
7:45 - Has she spoken to director Bill Condon and how did things change when she got involved
9:35 - When she first heard that Bill Condon was going to direct it, what was her reaction
10:25 - With the 4th book being the most controversial among the fans, how is it for her to tackle the writing? She talks about how some fans want an R rating and she explains why it doesn't have to be so graphic
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Before going any further, to all the people nervous if you watch my video interview with Ellen Page it'll somehow ruin Inception…don't worry. I made sure to only ask questions about parts of the movie that were featured in the trailers. That way you can watch the interview and still walk in spoiler free. And trust me…that's what you want to do. The less you know about Inception the better.
Anyway, at the recent Los Angeles press day for the film, I was able to speak with Miss Page after the press conference ended. During the extended interview we talked about what it was really like to make the movie, working for Christopher Nolan and alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, the paparazzi, does she read online sites, and we talked about future projects like HBO's Tilda, Freeheld which Catherine Hardwicke is attached to direct, Super, the Michel Gondry project Return of the Ice Kids, and a lot more.
If you're a fan of this talented actress, you'll love the interview as it really turned out great. Hit the jump to check it out:
How happy is she that she can finally talk about the movie. Talks about her friends and their reactions to it
1:00 - She talks about filming the French café scene that's in the trailer and TV spots
2:10 - The paparazzi that watched them film the movie in Paris. She tells a great story about Leonardo DiCaprio and the paparazzi
3:15 - Does she read the online movie sites (she plugs Democracy Now)
4:10 - Her reaction to seeing the movie and the takes Nolan decided to use
5:00 - Her opinion of Christopher Nolan and Inception
6:00 - How did she get involved in Tilda and was she nervous to do TV
7:30 - The last few years of amazing TV on HBO
8:15 - She talks about who she plays in Tilda
8:45 - What else does she have coming up. She talks about Super
9:45 - Talks about how she has been writing a lot and mentions Stitch N' Bitch which HBO bought. She also talks about Freeheld which Catherine Hardwicke is attached to direct and it's being written by Ron Nyswaner.
10:20 - Mentions a project with Michel Gondry. Says it's about students at MIT and they develop their own inventions and one of them involves water that when you drink it you hear music. She says it was being called Return of the Ice Kids