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Here's a look at all the new movies releasing this week in theaters along with their trailers!

Lionsgate Archives -

Lionsgate Archives -

Jack Rico


2015/08/19 at 3:15pm

She’s Funny That Way (Movie Review)

The 1-4-0: Beware of this all-star cast, Woody Allen wanna-be bait which will steal your time and money and leave you with a dreadful scowl.  Read More

Jack Rico


2014/10/11 at 7:25pm

Addicted (Movie Review)

The “1-4-0″: #Addicted is a guilty pleasure gone wrong. It’s a sex addiction film from a female perspective that falls into all the made-for-tv-movie cliches. Read More

Mariana Dussan


2014/07/29 at 10:20am

New Trailer: ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’

Get ready for the rebellion because Katniss will fight!

This weekend, Comic-Con attendees were lucky enough to witness the first teaser for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1,” and thankfully for the rest of us, Lionsgate has recently made it available online.

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Jack Rico


2009/10/15 at 12:00am

Lionsgate to do Mexican film ‘From Prada to Nada’

Lionsgate to do Mexican film 'From Prada to Nada'

Odd Lot Entertainment, Lionsgate and Videocine announced today the start of pre-production on an English-language Mexican-US co-production film, entitled From Prada to Nada.

Cannes Golden Camera-winner and Alma-nominated director Fina Torres (Woman on Top, Oriana) will helm a contemporary, Latina version of Jane Austen’s classic novel “Sense and Sensibility.” Academy Award and Golden Globe nominated actress Adriana Barraza (Babel, Drag Me to Hell, Amores Perros), Camilla Belle (When A Stranger Calls), Alexa Vega (“Spy Kids” films), Wilmer Valderrama (“That 70’s Show”) and Kuno Becker (“Goal!” trilogy) are set to star in this ensemble romantic comedy.

A whimsical spin on Austen’s original, From Prada to Nada follows two spoiled sisters when they are left penniless after the sudden death of their father. Forced to move in with their estranged aunt in East Los Angeles, this is a fish-out-of-water story where the girls ultimately find romance, as well as a love for their culture. Torres co-wrote the script with Chicano dramatist Luis Alfaro (Electricidad).

Odd Lot, Lionsgate and Videocine are production, financing and distribution partners on the film. Odd Lot’s Gigi Pritzker and Linda McDonough will produce, along with Rossana Arau and Gary Gilbert.

“Fina’s decadent filmic style, combined with a socially relevant and hip story, drew together our exceptional and fresh cast,” says McDonough. Continued Prizker, “I believe in telling stories with a cultural basis, and of course I also believe in smart deals – From Prada to Nada does both.”

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