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Rebel Wilson and Dakota Johnson are going to teach us How To Be Single in February 2016 with this new flick about living the single-gal life in New York City. The film also stars Alison Brie and Leslie Mann, and is centered around living life while unattached. From hooking up to texting with emojis the plot looks like it centers around Alice (Johnson) in post-breakup mode, with Robin (Wilson) educating her friend in the art of being single.  *Pause to rock out to "Boys Wanna Be Her," by Peaches. Read More
Dianna Agron is a cheerleader no longer. The 29-year-old actress departs from her Glee roots in the new movie Bare, a stunning drama out on Friday, October 30. In Bare, directed by Natalia Leite, Agron plays Sarah, a girl stuck in her small Nevada hometown, bored with her life...until she falls in love with a mysterious drifter named Pepper (Paz de la Huerta) who shows her a new way to look at the world. BUST connected with Dianna via email to talk about Bare, her directing dreams and her resume of LGBT characters. Read More
Steve Jobs, directed by Danny Boyle, is not the celebratory bio pic I expected—it’s way better. Jobs is a superbly acted and visually stunning film that questions the cult of genius! We follow Steve Jobs (Michael Fassbender) through three product launches over a span of 14 years. In the pressure-filled moments before he takes the stage, the cracks in his life split open, forcing him off his one-track mind. Jobs breezes through one confrontation after the other, which might be grating for the audience if it weren’t for the poppy editing. Read More
Olga Kurylenko is done with being “the girl.” The 35-year-old French actress - best known for playing Bond girl Camille Montes in 2008’s Quantum Of Solace - takes the lead in the new action movie Momentum, out today. Momentum, directed by Stephen S. Campanelli, will appeal to fans of Alias, Nikita and other badass spy/action/heist movies and TV series. Kurylenko plays the mysterious Alex, an “infiltration expert” with her eye on some diamonds who gets caught in the middle of a dangerous government conspiracy. Read More
Nicole Smolen is exactly the type of young actress that we love. She's active with social causes and social media, plus she’s into crafting, blogging and cooking. Nicole, 18, began acting as a child with appearances on TV series including Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Criminal Minds and Brothers & Sisters. Now, she’s making her leap to the big screen with the thriller 8 Days, out on Digital HD, On Demand and DVD today, and an upcoming horror film, Citrus Springs. Directed by Jaco Booyens and inspired by actual events, 8 Days deals with a dark and difficult topic: sex trafficking. Read More