Check out the official trailer of Lynn’s other upcoming movie, Unconditional:
Check out the official trailer of Lynn in her upcoming movie, 10 Years. It opens in theatres on September 14.
I have just added the official poster of Lynn in her upcoming movie, 10 Years. The movie was formerly known as “Ten Year”.
I have added various promotional stills of Lynn in Unconditional:
I think I forgot to post this video. Check out the behind the scenes video of the true story behind Unconditional:
Lynn’s latest movie, Unconditional finally has a release date. It will be out in theatres on September 21. Visit the official site.
I have added a bunch of HQ promotional stills of Lynn in Haunted, Merchant Of Venice & Wolverine.
On Tuesday, Lynn attended Park & Bond’s celebration for New York’s Stylish Dads with her best friend, Matt Bomer:
The post-Memorial Day onslaught of high-powered theatricals officially got underway last week, with the top five spots on the national home video sales charts for the week ending June 10 all going to new releases.
Walt Disney Studios’ John Carter — starring Taylor Kitsch, who next appears in Oliver Stone’s Savages — snagged the top spot on both the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart, which tracks overall disc sales, and Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart.
20th Century Fox’s Act of Valor finished a close second on both charts, while Universal Studios’ Safe House debuted at No. 3, also on both charts.
The two top sellers earned similar box office revenues — John Carter grossed $72.9 million in U.S. theaters, while Act of Valor grossed $70 million — and both are geared toward the post-Memorial Day action crowd, as is Safe House, starring Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds, which earned $126.2 million.
All three titles finished within 4% of each other in terms of unit sales, according to Nielsen data.
I have added new pics of Lynn attending Todd DiCiurcio Opening Exhibition at Westwood Gallery with Steven on Thursday.