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  • ‘Introducing Sheen Skaiz’ – A Short Documentary

    ‘Introducing Sheen Skaiz’ – A Short Documentary0

    We recently visited rapper Sheen Skaiz for a chat at producer Justin de Nobrega’s studio in Rondebosch after he won a R75 000 recording deal, a music video and a short documentary in the Jägermeister Back The Artist competition. The doccie was recently released and introduces Skaiz and the story of his dream becoming a reality while

  • ‘Godzilla’ Trailer Delivers Maximum Destruction0

    Bryan Cranston prepares for the worst in first clip for Gareth Edwards’ reboot What’s big, green and has Bryan Cranston freaking out way worse than Walter White in a crawl space? Godzilla! The first trailer for the upcoming reboot opens with sprawling shots of the titular monster’s epic tirade of destruction and finds Cranston in

  • ‘Fight Club’ Sequel In the Works as Graphic Novel

    ‘Fight Club’ Sequel In the Works as Graphic Novel0

    Author says the story will be ‘dark and messy’ Author Chuck Palahniuk announced this weekend at Comic-Con that he will write a sequel to Fight Club in graphic novel form, and promised that “it will be dark and messy.” “Tyler is telling the story, lurking inside Jack, and ready to launch a comeback. Jack is oblivious. Marla

  • ‘Breaking Bad’ Star Bryan Cranston to Direct Episode of ‘The Office’

    ‘Breaking Bad’ Star Bryan Cranston to Direct Episode of ‘The Office’0

    ‘Free meth’ for the cast, Rainn Wilson jokes on Twitter When he’s not cooking meth as Walter White on Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston likes directing sitcoms: the menacing star of AMC’s hit show steps behind the camera to direct an epsiode of The Office this season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Cranston will direct an episode called “Work Bus”

  • ‘Breaking Bad’ Cast Spills the Secrets

    ‘Breaking Bad’ Cast Spills the Secrets0

    ‘I really thought we could do another 12 episodes,’ says Bryan Cranston. Plus: ‘Better Call Saul’ spinoff will premiere in 2014 Breaking Bad came to its devastating, bloody end two months ago. But according to Bryan Cranston (Walter White), it could’ve stretched even further. “I’m kind of sad that we don’t have another year to go,