Hollywood is known for innovation. Dinosaurs, earthquakes, tornadoes, black holes – the movie industry has found ways to bring all sorts of wild and wonderful things to life. But what’s next? How can Hollywood get fans involved at a time when other modes of entertainment, like gaming and streaming TV, are eating up their time?
Cameron Diaz has graced our TV screens since her first role in The Mask in 1994. She’s appeared in many subsequent films, often playing funny characters in titles such as There’s Something About Mary, romantic comedy My Best Friend’s Wedding and has even starred as Fiona in Shrek.
As far as successful films go, 2016 has had one hell of a ride. From family-friendly movies such as Finding Dory clearing an eye watering $1 billion dollars all whilst still showing in cinemas, to R-Rated violence fests like Deadpool shocking the studios and breaking almost $800 million! This has definitely been the year for big money films. Check out some prime examples of the numbers this year has provided for the silver screen.
Splitting her personal time between NYC and Los Angeles, our latest focus keys in on the talents of rising actress, Melissa Bolona. She got her start as a model, as you can see from the amazing swimsuit video above.
Set to feature in the forthcoming, much-anticipated film “Category 5,” which just-so-happens to be directed by the man behind the renowned mega-series “The Fast and Furious,” Rob Cohen, the Greenwich, Connecticut born beauty has also made a name for herself by being featured in a slew of films in the past.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was a badass when he played Conan the Barbarian, but he looks pretty damn small next to Wilt Chamberlain and Andre the Giant.
Wilt Chamberlain Arnold Schwarzenegger Andre the Giant pic.twitter.com/pZhmL9Ys8f
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