The teen sorrow-fest might defeat the long-awaited follow-up at the box office this weekend.
For all the hype around the long-awaited sequel Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, it looks like it might be beaten to the top of the box office charts by the lower-budget If I Stay.
Chloe Grace Moretz stars in If I Stay, which does battle with the Sin City sequel this weekend
The tearjerking teen-orientated drama is based on a novel of the same name by Gayle Forman and stars Chloe Grace Moretz as a teenage girl in a coma having an out-of-body experience, having survived a car crash that claimed the lives of her parents and brother.
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Actor Josh Brolin and Diane Lane set for divorce, Brolin in Sin City picture-tweet
Sad news, or certainly news anyway; another celebrity marriage is facing the bitter end as Brolin and Lane call it quits. In other news, Brolin and Lane, ironically, sounds like a law firm that caters for the stars. Anyway, here’s a brief background on their eight-year stay in married-land: they tied the knot back in 2004 (any maths wizards might have already worked that out) after each having one previous marriage. They don’t have any kids together, so there’s one awkward court case out of the way, but they both have children from previous relationships. Brolin has an 18-year-old daughter and a 24-year-old son from his marriage to Alice Adair, which ended in 1994. And Lane has a 19-year-old daughter from her marriage with Christopher Lambert, which also ended in 1994. We can just see how the conversation went on their first date. Four years after dramatically calling off his engagement to Minnie Driver, Brolin put a ring on Lane’s finger, and on Independence Day too!
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Mickey Rourke has stated that George Bush "is doing a hell of a job" in regards towards the foreign policy with Iraq.
Celebrities supporting political figures is nothing new. Filmstars and politicians go hand in hand - a B-Movie actor once became president of the United States, and the Governor of California is none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger, yet sometimes, it can surprise you as to just who is supporting who.
Mickey Rourke, the actor behind Marv in 'Sin City', has pledged his support to US President George W Bush, suggesting that his controversial foreign policy towards Iraq was entirely justified. Despite being formerly seen as being outspoken, Rourke has spoken about how Bush made a difficult decision during a difficult time, which is supposedly a powerful and important position.
Continue reading: Mickey Rourke Supports George W Bush's Iraq Policy