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‘Battle Creek’ episode 2 preview: New videos featuring Josh Duhamel, Dean Winters

Posted by Staff in Mar 08,2015 with No Comments

If you enjoyed “Battle Creek” last week, the good news is that there is plenty more to come. Russ Agnew and Milt Chamberlain have already become an unlikely but entertaining partnership, and it will be interesting to see where this story goes from here.

We already like the premise for Sunday night’s new episode “Syruptitious”: After all, how many different opportunities do you really have to watch a TV show themed almost entirely around someone being drowned in maple syrup? Nope, this is not just some pancake lover’s dream come true; it is actually the premise for the next new episode.

1. The investigation begins – What we enjoy most about this video is simply that we get to find out more about the case, and we love any and all references to Josh Duhamel’s character and basketball. Anything to remind us that his name is basically the rhyming version of Wilt Chamberlain.

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2. A difference of opinion – We’re glad to see more of Kal Penn on this episode already, and in this particular preview, we see that he and Milt are starting to get a rapport. Also, Milt and Russ clearly have different methods of how to deal with him.

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AFM: Josh Duhamel Stoner Comedy ‘Don Peyote’ Cops U.S. Distribution

Posted by Staff in Nov 07,2013 with No Comments

On the eve of the American Film Market, XLrator Media has acquired North American distribution rights to stoner comedy “Don Peyote,” starring Dan Fogler, Josh Duhamel and Jay Baruchel.

Highland Film Group will be handling international rights during AFM.

The film, which includes appearances by Anne Hathaway and Topher Grace, will be released theatrically in the spring.

Fogler and Michael Canzoniero directed from their own script. Stuart Braunstein, Luke Daniels, Thomas Sullivan and Carlos Velasquez produced with production companies Studio 13 and Tunnel.

Fogler plays an unemployed stoner who finally finds a purpose in life after an unpleasant encounter with a homeless man preaching the end is near. Fueled by vivid apocalyptic dreams, he becomes obsessed with doomsday theories and decides to make a documentary on the subject while his fiance is busy planning their wedding.

The deal was negotiated by Barry Gordon and Mike Radiloff on behalf of XLrator Media and Delphine Perrier and Arianne Fraser of Highland Film Group on behalf of the filmmakers. [Source]

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Josh Duhamel – More ‘Safe Haven’ Movie Stills

Posted by Staff in Nov 30,2012 with No Comments

More new movie stills of ‘Safe Haven’ with Josh Duhamel have been added to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look and enjoy!

Gallery Link:
Safe Haven (2013) > Movie Stills

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Josh Duhamel – Safe Haven Poster

Posted by Staff in Oct 29,2012 with No Comments

I added the first official poster from ‘Safe Haven’ with Josh Duhamel to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look and enjoy!

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Safe Haven (2013) > Posters

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Josh Duhamel – More ‘Safe Haven’ Movie Stills

Posted by Staff in Oct 24,2012 with No Comments

2 more new movie stills from Safe Haven with Josh Duhamel have been added to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look and enjoy!!

Gallery Link:
Safe Haven (2013) > Movie Stills

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Josh Duhamel – Safe Haven Movie Stills

Posted by Staff in Oct 23,2012 with No Comments

I added 2 new movie stills from Safe Haven with Josh Duhamel. Those are the first ones but I would like to get some more soon. Enjoy!

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Josh Duhamel, who plays Daily News Sportswriter in ‘When in Rome,’ talks to the real thing

Posted by Staff in Jan 24,2010 with No Comments

In the romantic comedy “When in Rome,” opening Friday, a pert-but-unlucky-in-love curator for the Guggenheim (Kristen Bell) catches the eye of Nick (Josh Duhamel), a college football player-turned-sportswriter for the Daily News.

The couple hit it off at her sister’s wedding in Italy, but when it seems things won’t come together, Beth swipes coins from a fountain known for magical romantic powers and gets four spellbound suitors.

But the most unbelievable part is Nick’s Madison Square Garden-size apartment and assignments in the Italian Alps. Why? Well, I am a Daily News sportswriter, and that’s what caught my eye.

Duhamel, who was raised in Minot, N.D., was a star of “Win a Date With Tad Hamilton” and the “Transformers” movies and is married to Black Eyed Peas songstress Fergie. I spoke to the 37-year-old actor to get his take on the character, my profession, New York sports and the city’s hometown newspaper.  Read the rest of this entry »

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10 Things to Know About Kristen Bell, Josh Duhamel & ‘When in Rome’

Posted by Staff in Jan 23,2010 with No Comments

Italy would’ve been nice and all, but we were more than happy to walk on over to the lower-Manhattan set for the scoop on the new fantastical romantic comedy ‘When in Rome.’ Kristen Bell plays an love-weary “gallerina” who, while in Rome for her sister’s wedding, steals coinage from a “fountain of love” and is soon being chased by a band of suitors (they’re played by Will Arnett, Jon Heder, Dax Shepard and Danny De Vito, though we’ll say the odds-on favorite is the above-the-title Josh Duhamel). Here’s our traveler’s guide to — OK, 10 fun behind-the-scenes facts from — ‘Rome.’

1 female star + 5 male stars = More funny.
What clearly separates ‘Rome’ from your average rom-com is the addition of the wildcard suitors in Shepard as a model, Arnett as a painter, Heder as a street magician and De Vito as a sausage king (actual occupation). “They’re all very unique and very eccentric,” Bell said. “So when they come together, the scenes with them just interacting is hysterical.” At first Duhamel feared, as the straight man, he’d be “the most boring character in the movie,” but his journalist Nick was bestowed one idiosyncratic characteristic: He has no peripheral vision. And tunnel vision is funny.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Josh Duhamel’s Lookin’ for Love ‘When in Rome’

Posted by Staff in Jan 11,2010 with 1 Comment

Josh Duhamel might just sweep Kristen Bell off her feet — if he can compete with four other determined, love-struck suitors — in the new romantic comedy ‘When in Rome,’ in theaters January 29.

“We knew each other and she was always somebody I hoped I’d be able to work with,” Josh says of his rapport with Kristen. “[This role] is right in line with my personality.”

‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall’ star Kristen plays Beth, a successful-but-single museum curator in New York who flies out to Rome for her sister’s impulsive wedding. When in Rome, Beth picks up coins from the “fountain of love” — and soon finds a quintet of suitors waiting for her back home! Is it a blessing, or a curse?

Josh leads the pack of possibilities in Kristen’s male harem, but she also has to contend with the likes of self-absorbed male model Dax Shepard, Will Arnett, an Italian Romeo stalking her halfway around the globe, Jon Heder, a not-so-great street magician who mines his talents to try to land Beth, and older man “sausage king” Danny DeVito!

Watch ET for more with the stars of ‘When in Rome’!  [Source]

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