Oh also, Julia Stiles plays a marketing exec named Blue, who moonlights as a prostitute, for Christ’s sake.
“Beauty and the Beast” is the fantastic journey of Belle, a bright, beautiful and independent young woman who is taken prisoner by a beast in his castle. Animation | PG | 1 hr 38 min Cast: Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel Director: Tom Mc Grath Dream Works Animation and the director of MADAGASCAR invite you to meet a most unusual baby.
The romance reality show recently debuted in Australia - and it's certainly had tongues wagging, in more ways than one. Warning, there's some extremely icky camera work at play.
That's because Kiss Bang Love is like The Bachelor on crack. Twelve blindfolded men are then led into a small battle arena where Lisa is waiting surrounded by cameras, and the pair awkwardly stumble towards each other, looking for lips, love, or, in the case of the shirt tucker-inner, a potential murder victim, possibly. It can't be long until local networks adapt, or screen Kiss Bang Love, just like similarly-themed shows First Dates and, hopefully, Married at First Sight (We asked, but TVNZ and TV3 haven't yet responded).
In the first episode, hospitality worker Lisa does all of that - the kisses, the dates, the sleepovers, the dumping and the holiday - in just one hour of insane reality TV. So let's leave the final word to Lisa, the one doing all that lip locking who ended up with her dream man and free plumbing for the rest of their relationship.
It kicks off with some interesting observations about the premise. "I believe in love at first sight, which obviously I can't see," she says, which is either infinitely profound or just complete gibberish. Kiss Bang Love is now available to watch in New Zealand on 3NOW.
In this sequel to the 2014 hit, legendary hitman John Wick is forced out of retirement by a former associate.