Chaske Spencer in town for the Twin Cities Film Festival, talks with Dave Lee.
The Red Lake Tribal Council is hosting its annual Youth Leadership Conference this week — and it will feature an appearance by an American Indian actor who was in the “Twilight” movies.
The Host, a new film directed by Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, In Time) from a for-now standalone book by Twilight author Stephenie Meyer, stars Max Irons and Jake Abel. Here are some excerpts from our conversation.
Breaking Dawn, Part 2 is a true win-win proposition. On one hand, it ends the series on a clear high note. On the other, far more important hand, it ends the series.
A few quick notes on this weekend’s new releases.
What’s scarier than a vampire next door? How about no one living next door at all?
Rohan Preston makes his weekly visit to preview the upcoming run of The Gospel at Colonus, as well as the Guthrie Theatre extending the contract of artistic director Joe Dowling. Sample Night Live is back […]
All early indications would suggest that Twilight: Eclipse is the best in the series so far. I wouldn’t know. I jumped headlong into the series with this third installment, having skipped the first two.