Taylor Lautner’s first big post-Jacob movie as an above-the-title star — the I’m-a-suburban-teenager-who-discovers-I’m-a-missing-person thriller Abduction –premiered Thursday tonight at the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Los Angeles. And since it was kiiiiinda impractical for all of the Twilight Nation to pile onto Hollywood Blvd. to see Lautner walk the red carpet, we thought a replay of the live-stream event would work instead. Check out Lautner below, along with co-stars Lily Collins, Jason Isaacs, Maria Bello, Sigourney Weaver, Denzel Whitaker, and director John Singleton joining in on the festivities: READ FULL STORY
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You likely do not have all the time in the world. But should you find yourself free this afternoon, we have a treat for you: Log onto NowLive’s Facebook page to watch a live stream of Spy Kids: All the Time in the World‘s premiere. The streaming begins now! But, sorry: Though Robert Rodriguez’s film boasts Smell-O-Vision, do not expect to be able to sniff stars Jeremy Piven and Jessica Alba from your computer. You’ll have to just see the movie for that.
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When I boarded a train at Jamaica Station and immediately found myself sitting across from two teenage boys decked out in full Warbler getup — including Dalton blazers and sweaters, despite New York’s 80-degree weather — I began to think that I was in over my head.
We were headed to Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum to see Glee Live!, the show’s second annual concert tour. After this matinee performance and one more show Saturday evening, the cast of Fox’s chart-topping hit would be leaving for Europe — apparently, there’s no rest for the gleeful. I didn’t quite know what to expect… but if the superfans riding the train with me were any indication, the spectacle I was about to witness wouldn’t just be confined to what was happening onstage. READ FULL STORY
For the Mario and Zelda fans in the crowd, we have our hands-on impressions of some of Nintendo’s hottest upcoming titles, straight from its bustling, flashing headquarters on the showroom floor of the Electronic Entertainment Expo is Los Angeles. Alhough the games demoed for the newly-revealed Wii U were just promos to show off the system’s capabilities, Nintendo displayed lots of promising software for the 3DS and original Wii. Chances are, at least one of these games will pique your interest, whether your bag is more pink puff balls with feet or more drawling, rotund space hares. READ FULL STORY
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, is a convention you have to attend in order to learn how to attend it. Like a day spent at Disneyland, there’s simply too much to see and play at the gaming showcase, and any attempt to stuff one’s schedule to the brim would be ill-advised from a physical, mental, and sanitary standpoint.
Instead, E3 beckons you to roam its vast halls and appreciate its full-throttle extravagance. Where else are you going to witness Hulk Hogan signing autographs, Verne Troyer zooming by on a scooter, an orchestra playing music from Lord of the Rings, the most friendly looking dragon ever, and whatever the heck these guys are? Perhaps Comic-Con, which outshines E3 in terms of star power and do-it-yourself costuming. But E3 reigns when it comes to geektacular eye candy and eardrum-awakening loudness. (My colleague Adam Vary’s 10-step process for recreating E3 at home gets it just right.) Plus, as far as I’m aware, Comic-Con hasn’t been endorsed by Jesus, so there’s that. READ FULL STORY
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