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“Sharknado 2: The Second One” has made its debut on Wednesday and in a matter of a few days completely took over Twitter like a tornado (get it?)! The sequel of the critically acclaimed “Sharknado 2” is the topic everyone’s talking about. It is estimated that a billion (that’s with a “b”) impressions or conversations which involve the movie took...

The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival is a relative newcomer to the international festival scene, having started in 2003. However, it has quickly grown into an impressive showcase for world film as well as native Irish filmmaking. The 2014 edition hosted a number of exciting premieres, including new movies from Wes Anderson, Jim Jarmusch and Terry Gilliam. Here...

The Oscar nominations this year were not without the usual surprises and snubs. Frontrunners “12 Years a Slave” and “American Hustle” earned the expected nods, but other films like “Saving Mr. Banks” and “Captain Phillips” didn’t do as well as expected. One oversight that sparked outrage among the stars is the...

1. Tom Hiddleston Tom Hiddleston has proven himself to be an extremely versatile actor, playing roles from Shakespearean drama to romantic comedy and dashing leading man. But lately he’s proven he can bring out the evil side of a character in his portrayal of the cruel and megalomaniacal Norse god Loki in 2011’s movie adaptation of Marvel Comics superhero Thor....

1. Daniel Day-Lewis Born in London, Day-Lewis is the only actor of any nationality to win three Best Actor Oscars. He became famous in 1989 when he starred as Christy Brown in “My Left Foot,” the first of his Oscar-winning performances. Day-Lewis, who is also a citizen of Ireland, also won Oscars for his performances in “There Will Be Blood” (2007) and “Lincoln”...

No. 1 Carey has said that her early interest in acting was rooted in her school play experiences. She was a student head of drama at Woldingham School in addition to being involved in plays. She continues to love theatre at this stage in her career, and has noted that she would love to be in at least one play every year. No. 2 When she decided to go into acting,...

1. The Love Punch The Love Punch was a star-studded movie that came out this past year. Starring Pierce Brosnan, Emma Thompson, Tuppence Middleton, Timothy Spall, Celia Imrie, and Marisa Berenson, this film was about a couple that had been through a divorce and then had their money stolen from them. The film follows their struggle to recover the stolen money. 2....

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1. Christian Bale While he won’t be under 40 for much longer, the fact that he has had as much success as he has in the relatively short amount of time since his first major hit, American Psycho seems to indicate that Bale will continue to have success. If his last film, Out of the Furnace, is any indication, Bale has a very bright future ahead of him. 2....