“Survivor” Blu-Ray Screen Captures

With the release of Survivor in Blu-Ray on May 28, you can now find screen captures of the film in our gallery.

“Survivor” review and trailer

Milla Jovovich spends most of “Survivor,” a thriller about a terrorist plot, running from various people. She runs from London to New York and, ultimately, into the land of the preposterous.

Ms. Jovovich plays Kate, an American security expert screening visa applications in England who becomes suspicious about scientists who have been traveling to the United States. The more questions she asks, the more people try to kill her, including some who should be on her side. Soon only her colleagues Sam (Dylan McDermott) and Sally (Frances de la Tour) believe that she is onto something; everyone else thinks she’s a terrorist herself. Pierce Brosnan plays a feared assassin hired by the real conspirators to take her out.

The movie makes halfhearted efforts to give Kate and others back stories, but mostly it’s content to follow her as she runs around in subway tunnels, down a staircase and through city streets. The film, directed by James McTeigue, invests everything in a big finish at Times Square on New Year’s Eve, but the scene was apparently concocted by people who have never actually been in Times Square on New Year’s Eve and will be laughable to anyone who has.

The countdown ending is groan-inducing, as are a number of things leading up to it. Kate’s trip from Kennedy Airport to the heart of Times Square would be possible only with some sort of superpower. And let’s hope no actual terrorists watch this movie, because they’d learn that all you need to do to drive a truck full of poison gas to the Crossroads of the World while a million people are crammed in there is to wave a sheaf of official-looking papers at a random street cop.

“Survivor” is rated PG-13 (Parents strongly cautioned). A bit of strong language and one particularly violent explosion.

And here you can watch the first trailer for “Survivor”

Interview with Julia Restoin Roitfeld

Milla was doing an interview with Julia Restoin Roitfeld for Romy the Bunnies. Milla talks about her experience with motherhood. Check it.

What’s your favorite part of being a mom?
My favorite part of being a mom? The whole experience fills me with more joy than I ever thought was possible. Getting all the kisses and cuddles. Hearing our daughter’s laughter and watching what a joyful little soul she is. Seeing her growing into such a sweet, intelligent, understanding and talented young girl makes me so proud and also confident. It’s amazing knowing that no matter what, whatever my husband and I have done as parents is working so far. Our daughter is such a kind person. So ready to listen and learn. She impresses us everyday with her actions, her ability to empathize with others and her desire be a caring person.
It’s funny, but now that she’s 7 years old and has calmed down, she really is my little friend and buddy who “gets it.” I have time to sit back and just watch her blossom. To sit and draw together (without the endless “No, paint goes on paper, not on your face/hair/carpet/all of the above”) is so fun because I can see how talented she is and can only imagine what her drawings will look like in a few years! Listening to her talk about her day, what she did in school, what her hope and dreams and fears are is just one of my favorite things in the world. Watching her improve her skills and find the things that she loves to do…It’s all so precious. And fleeting. Just to give you an example of the kinds of questions that are posed to me on the way to Tae Kwon Do after school, “Mama, So what will happen if our sun dies BEFORE we build a rocket that can travel at the speed of light?” I’m like, “Uuuuuummmmmm….Oooooookkkkkkk!” Read Full Interview

“Parker Lewis Can’t Lose” Screen captures

I replaced our old mq-ish tagged “Parker Lewis Can’t Lose” and “Married . . . with Children” screen captures for DVD quality ones. Enjoy!

1×4 “Be More Likeable” Screen captures

I updated the gallery with HQ screen captures of Barely Famous. Check it.

‘Survivor’ Additional Stills

Additional HQ Survivor stills has been added to our gallery.

Barely Famous airs tonight

Watch today at 9/8 Central on VH1, the episode with Milla. Milla wrote on facebook:
Hey Everyone! If you want a good laugh, watch my guest spot tonight at 9/8 Central on VH1’s Barely Famous with the beautiful and hilarious Foster sisters, Erin Foster (@itserinfoster ) and Sara Foster (@iamsarafoster)! ‪#‎BarelyFamous‬ @BarelyFamousVH1

The synopsis from tonight episode: Remember earlier when I said Rich was smart and funny and handsome? Well, I take that back. He’s a real douche, and Erin doesn’t discover this fact until they are at Milla Jovovich’s party, and it’s too public a place to do anything about it. Besides, the cameras are around and breaking up with him then would be a real waste.
Rich drops the drunk-driving bomb pretty nonchalantly, accusing the victim of being “in the wrong place at the wrong time, just like me.” Erin can’t react, because of her likeability issues, and the presence of the camera crew, but she tries to maintain as best she can: by downing two glasses of wine.
Sara arrives dressed like a mid-priced prostitute, and close behind her comes Rich’s wife—that’s right, his wife. I guess the kids are with a sitter. Erin is going to have to break up with him now; America doesn’t like a homewrecker.

Watch the first trailer for “Survivor”

The Mirror has released the first trailer for James McTeigue’s action-packed thriller, “Survivor”. As the fast-paced trailer suggests ‘She is the first line of defence’ and now must find a way to clear her name and stop a large-scale terrorist attack set for New Year’s Eve in New York’s Times Square.

As well was released new poster for “Survivor”. Check it in our gallery.

Welcomes Baby Girl Dashiel Edon

Milla Jovovich and her husband Paul Anderson have welcomed their second child, tonight.

The couple’s daughter Dashiel Edon arrived on Wednesday, April 1. She weighed in at 7 lbs., and 10 oz.

“Milla delivered her daughter Dashiel at 5:45 this morning,” they told E! News. “Everyone is thrilled and beyond happy!

Congratulate Milla and Paul with a baby girl!

Milla can give birth in the weekends

In the weekends Milla can give birth a baby girl. She writes in twitter: “My amazing husband snapped this pic of me taking my last hike yesterday before the baby is born! We’ve decided that I should stay close to home now that we’re about 48 hours from the “drop zone”! Lol!”
We all wait this moment. And very soon we can learn which name Milla and Paul give to a baby.