Movies

Based on the Vertigo comic book series "Y: The Last Man," which produced only 60 issues in the span of nearly five years (September 2002 to March 2008), "Y: The Last Man Rising" is a fan film that tells the story of Yorick (Travis Quentin Young), an artist who must be protected at all costs in order to ensure the continued survival of the human race. Special Agent 355 is the one tasked in protecting him by any means necessary. In July, IGN Entertainment debuted the film online that stars former "General Hospital" and "General Hospital: Night Shift" actress Kent King (ex-Dr. Lainey Winters) in the role of Agent 355. King co-produced the film alongside her husband Christian Cardona, who also served as writer, producer and director of the 21 minute long film.
Here's a look at the first trailer for Johnny Depp's new film, "Dark Shadows," which is based on the ABC Daytime gothic soap opera of the same name and aired from June 27, 1966 to April 2, 1971 on the network. The film is being released by Warner Bros. Pictures and scheduled to hit theaters on Friday, May 11, 2012.

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on Sunday, February 5, 2012 @ 12:50 PM
Viewers of "All My Children" remember Michael B. Jordan as the memorable Reggie Montgomery, the adopted son of Jackson Montgomery (Walt Willey), who first made waves in Pine Valley in early 2003. This weekend, the 24-year old actor added an impressive notch to his professional belt. On February 3, Jordan landed on the big-screen in his first leading role in a motion picture (alongside Dane DeHaan, Alex Russell and Michael Kelly). That motion picture, the science-fiction thriller "Chronicle," topped the United States Box Office for the weekend. Although the race is very close, early estimates have "Chronicle" just topping "Woman in Black," which stars Daniel Radcliffe, with an estimated 22 million dollar total. The film exceeded expectations of it grossing anywhere from 8 to 15 million dollars in its first weekend in theaters.
This weekend (August 12-14, 2011) at the movies we find teenagers singing show tunes they weren't old enough to remember when they were originally sung in "Glee: The 3D Concert Movie" and teens trying to cheat death in "Final Destination 5."
Monday, February 23, 2009 2:04 AM ET | By Errol Lewis (SoapOperaNetwork.com) -- Former "Port Charles" and "General Hospital" Nurse watches as "Madea Goes to Jail" tops the American weekend box-office with $41.1 million in the bank.The film centers on Mabel Simmons, better known as Madea (Tyler Perry), who is sent to jail after a high-speed freeway chase proves Madea has anger management issues. Ion Overman, who portrayed Nurse Gabby Garza on ABC's "Port Charles" from 2000-2002 and an occasional appearance on "General Hospital," plays Assistant District Attorney Linda Holmes, who is engaged to be...

on Sunday, February 22, 2009 @ 11:29 PM
Monday, February 23, 2009 12:22 AM ET | By Errol Lewis (SoapOperaNetwork.com) -- America Olivo is enjoying a wonderful life after being let go from ABC's "General Hospital."Olivo, who portrayed the first Marianna on the ABC soap in 2008 before being replaced by the more seasoned Yennifer Behrens a few weeks later, can currently be seen in the horror film revival of the legendary "Friday the 13th" franchise. In "Friday," Olivo portrays Amanda, a camper who joins her friends for a little fun near Camp Crystal Lake. Unfortunately for them, they encounter Jason Voorhees -...

on Saturday, December 27, 2008 @ 1:55 PM
"One Life to Live's" Trevor St. John (Todd Manning) to screen film short directed by former co-star Dan Gauthier(ex-Kevin Buchanan) at two upcoming film festivals."The Art of Getting Over It," tells the story of an angry and frustrated Cameron Clothier (St. John), who unleashes his rage on those who hurt him, all the while surreptitiously courting an angelic barista in his neighborhood coffee shop and, almost against his will, finding redemption in love. The 23 minute short was filmed in Trevor's home town - Spokane, Washington. St. John served as writer, producer and actor in the film.

on Friday, December 26, 2008 @ 11:07 PM
When website Romance.com threatens the matchmaking business run by Susan (Faith Ford, center left), she signs up on the site to prove that her old-fashioned touch is best. Surprisingly, the site finds her the perfect mate, who just happens to be the company's CEO (Cameron Daddo, center right). Dyan Cannon (left) and Hal Linden (right) also star along with young actresses Jadin Gould (front left) and Abigail Mavity (front right).
Emmy Rossum went from "Law & Order" to "As The World Turns" (ex-Abigail Williams) and now is starring in "Dragonball," the film adaptation to the popular "Dragonball" anime series.
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