sorry guys! have to go to bed! the baby just woke up and is calling for her mommy! have a great night every1! u rock!
Milla Jovovich gave the Children’s Clinical Hospital. Filatov room for young patients. Hollywood actress started her visit to Russia with the charity.
35-year old American with Slavic roots, once again flew to Moscow on Sunday late night. Directly from the airport Milla went to the hotel, gather strength before the busy day. After all, it was waiting for a very responsible meeting: Children’s Hospital. Morozova gathered young fans Jovovich, who were looking forward to visiting Hollywood actress.
And she went to them empty-handed. Now, young patients will definitely be better a lot faster, because in the intervals between treatments, they will be able to spend time in a well-equipped playroom, which gave them an American star.
– We were shocked. She is so sweet and sincere, quite reasonably says in Russian, – have told Life Showbiz medical officer. – Milla charm of all children, after her departure they even asked when the lady to visit them next time.
Jovovich spent visiting the young patients literally half an hour, but the laughter it will still be heard in the corridors of the hospital. The doctors after a visit to Hollywood actress will also modern devices for measuring pressure, and the children’s playroom and multi-colored air
PS: translation may not be accurate!
Guys, it would appear that Abe Sylvia’s Dirty Girl will not be screening at this year’s Berlinale festival after all.
As some of you will surely recall, about a month ago the Berlin International Film Festival announced its Panorama 2011 lineup, which included Sylvia’s Dirty Girl, in which Milla Jovovich appears opposite Juno Temple and William H. Macy. Since then, however, the original press release appears to have been updated as the film is no longer listed among the screening titles, nor does the film have a page in the newly released festival programme. For whatever reason the film appears to have been pulled. 🙁
A couple of new L’Oréal things today via the hawk-eyed people at The Fashion Spot. Check out this striking new Spanish print ad and TV spot for the L’Oréal “Lash Architect” mascara, as found by FRANCY ITALY and Hector respectively. We’ve also updated the gallery with a small but lovely new pic from Milla’s recent L’Oréal “Infallible” eyeshadow ad campaign. Have a look!
Just a couple of project tidbits via Milla Jovovich’s verified Twitter account @MillaJovovich.
First off, Milla will be heading to Moscow, Russia on February 14 for the premiere of her Russian-language debut Vykrutasy (Выкрутасы). The film will be out in Russian theaters Feb 17.
“yes, I’ll be in Moscow on the 14th of February for the Premier. I’m really excited, this is my first Russian speaking role. (Jan 20)
Milla was also briefly in New York City recently, shooting an ad campaign for the Korean label Metrocity:
“Working in NY today. Just had a few minutes 2 read many messages. Wish I had time 2 answer each & everyone of u. Thank u 4 all the love! (Jan 19)
some of you asked what I was doing in NY? I was shooting spring summer campaign for Metrocity from Korea. do I have any Korean followers? (Jan 20)
Check out this second theatrical trailer for Leo Gabriadze’s upcoming Russian-language romcom Vykrutasy (Выкрутасы), starring Milla Jovovich, Ivan Urgant and Konstantin Khabenskiy
Resident Evil: Afterlife, the fourth instalment in the popular thriller-horror franchise starring Milla Jovovich, was the top-performing Canadian film in domestic theatres last year, grossing a total of just less than $7-million.
The success of Afterlife, a Canadian-German co-production shot in stereoscopic 3-D in Toronto, was responsible for 21 per cent of the $33.5-million total earned by Canadian films in the country’s multiplexes in 2010, according to statistics from Montreal sales tracker Zoom Services for the Motion Picture Theatre Associations of Canada. Released last September, Afterlife also has grossed almost $300-million worldwide, toppling Porky’s, a 1982 release,as the most successful Canadian-produced movie ever.
Expectations are understandably high that Afterlife will score several nominations when the short list for the 31st annual Genie Awards is announced Wednesday in Toronto and Montreal. The 2004 instalment, Resident Evil: Apocalypse, won a Genie for sound editing.
Over all, Canadian films grossed about 3.3 per cent of the $1.031-billion Canadians spent on movie admissions last year, a slight increase from 2009.
Unsurprisingly, the biggest box-office performer domestically, regardless of nationality, was Avatar, directed by Canadian-born James Cameron. The futuristic science-fiction thriller, already the world’s box-office champ with earnings of $3-billion, grossed almost $96-million here, more than twice the $36.4-million taken in by its nearest rival, Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. Finishing third was Chris Nolan’s thriller Inception with a $33.2-million gross, closely followed by Toy Story 3 ($32.6-million). Another Hollywood feature, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, claimed fifth spot, pulling $27.7-million from Canadian wallets and purses.
As ever, Quebec-made francophone films dominated the domestic box office, taking six of the top 10 positions dollar-wise – seven if one includes the Celine Dion documentary Celine: Through the Eyes of the World, which grossed 82 per cent of its $1.04-million box office in Quebec. Finishing second behind Resident Evil: Afterlife was Piché: Entre ciel et terre, a biopic, directed by Sylvain Archambault, about the troubled life of Air Transat pilot Robert Piché. Its $3.7-million box office was accumulated almost entirely in Quebec.
The same for Denis Villeneuve’s Oscar-nominated Incendies, which, while having a major English-Canada release only last month, went into Quebec theatres last September, shortly after its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival. It finished third with a gross of more than $2.5-million.
The other English-language Canadian films in the top 10 were Splice, starring Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody ($2.14-million, fifth place), and Terry Gilliam’s fantastical The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus ($1.57-million, seventh place).