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Famous Actor-Turned-Author Sean Penn Releases Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff

Few are the number of people who have never heard the name, Sean Penn. It was in an episode of “Little House on the Prairie in 1974 that Sean Penn made his acting debut, and from that time leading up until recent years, film critics have seen him in numerous movie, garnering many different awards, including two best actor awards and various other Academy Awards nominations. Though best known for his many roles in movies, Sean Penn is also a celebrated director of both movies and music videos. Penn is also considered to be an influential political activist and war correspondent. Bob Honey who Just do stuff is an interesting story about an average man with an unusual job to kill off old people to help the environment- a very controversial plot.

The list of projects Penn is and has been involved in is extremely extensive, and recently he has added yet another title to that already long list: author. Although Sean Penn has already released many news pieces, opinion articles and interviews, the book “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” is his first release as a published book author.

Having been questioned about the drastic change in his line of work, Penn claims it is nice to have something that is all his, something that he alone made and be beholden to no one else. In an interview with Vogue magazine, Penn states that for his foreseeable future, aside from the possibility of directing one particular film, he see’s writing as what will take the forefront as matters of importance go for him, and he does already have plans for his next book. He states that acting is not part of that vision, for the time being.

“Bob Honey Who Just Do stuff” has received its own acclaim and criticism, but is being compared to the likes of Hunter S. Thompson and Charles Bukowski’s writing styles. Coming from someone whose niche appeared to be in first the acting, then directing fields it begs the question “is there anything this man can’t do?”

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Magic Mike XXL and Crystal Hunt

Steven Soderbergh’s sequel to the 2012 movie Magic Mike, Magic Mike XXL, is the girl’s-night-out dream, and it won’t disappoint. This box office hit was well worth the wait, ladies and gentlemen. In XXL, Mike Lane, played by the ever-so-talented and easy on the eyes Channing Tatum, comes out of his retirement from the stripping industry to experience one last stripping hurrah with his dance partners before giving up all of the lights, excitement, ladies, and dollar bills for good (or so Mike Lane claims).

The cast is full of familiar faces like Tatum, Kevin Nash, Gabriel Iglesias, Matt Bomer, and Joe Manganiello, to name a few. The cast also includes stunningly talented women like Elizabeth Banks in the role of Paris, Jada Pinkett Smith playing Rome, Kimberley Drummind as Caroline, Jane McNeill in the role of Mae, Rhoda Griffins as Julia, and Crystal Hunt as Lauren.

Crystal is a talented actress from Clearwater, Florida. While she started her acting career in commercials, she is better known for her television role on One Life to Live as Stacy Morasco and on Guiding Light as Lizzie Spaulding. She received a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress nomination in 2005 for the Guiding Light role. She not only appeared in television but, Hunt also had a role in the 2005 film, The Derby Stallion and in Sydney White in 2007. Her work is intricate as she also worked on a document-series, Queens of Drama, which will air in the near future.

When asked about her role as Lauren on Magic Mike XXL, Hunt defines it as “empowering”. She explains that being surrounded by such immense talent and female strength allowed her to feel empowered in her role as Lauren. She also credited her roles on daytime and prime time as enabling her to truly portray her character.

The cast of Magic Mike XXL is talented, experienced, and intent on providing their fans with an amazing movie. Every actor and actress on site enjoyed their work, and it shows in the movie. Enjoy!

Famed Star Trek Actress Nichelle Nichols Suffers Stroke

Nichelle Nichols, who is know for play Lt. Uhura on the globally watched television and movie show Star Trek, has suffered a mild stroke. Her publicist reported the stroke on Ms. Nichols Facebook page. Star Trek Actress Suffers Stroke

The world knows Ms. Nichols in her role as communications officer Lt. Nyota Uhura and she has always been one of the key cast members in the Star Trek franchise. er role was ground breaking as during the airing of the show, there were not many minority actresses on network television. She is also noted for engaging in the first inter-racial kiss on network television when she kissed series co-star William Shatner in a scene that shocked some but as very natrual for the script.

Ms. Michols condition is not deem to be critical but she is under observation. There is no estimate of her recovery time so far and she most likely will need therapy during the course of her recovery. Other remaining members of the Star Trek cast have reached out to Ms. Nichols and have lent their support. The Star Trek cast is still recovering from the loss of Leonard Nimoy who play Ms. Spock in the original series. Many of the cast members are in their late 70s and 80s. The actor who play the ship’s engineer, Scotty, passed away several years ago. All of the character’s roles have been reprised in the new Star Trek movie series. Zoe Salanda.