Tom Hanks portrays Captain Richard Phillips in Paul Greengrass' biopic of the 2009 hijacking of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama by Somali Pirates. In theaters October 11, 2013.
In his Philadelphia garage, veteran mechanic Adam Cramer tickles the ivories and tinkers with Triumphs as he brings back vintage motorcycles and the good ol' American "can do" spirit back to their former glory.
After a night of one too many drinks, the toxins in your liver basically kill any chance of you staying productive in the morning. Plus you feel like crap. And after months of engineering in the lab, Morning Recovery's new formula is more effective at helping you rebound than ever. Developed with scientists at the USC, Silicon Valley-backed drink is formulated with ten times the amount of their proprietary DHM extract — their liver superhero — than the previous version. It also includes NAC to crush more toxins, while a mix of electrolytes is more than what you get out of a sports energy drink. Each serving is non-GMO, vegan, and free of caffeine, lactose, soy, and nuts and helps you feel better and do more than you've ever done after a night of drinking.
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TNT has ordered 10 episodes of the Michael Bay-produced TV series and that can only mean three things: explosions, explosions, and some more explosions. Based on the William Brinkley novel, the sereis will follow the crew aboard the destroyer USS Nathan James during a global catastrophe that nearly obliterates the earth's population. Sounds like our kind of show. That Last Ship will premiere during the summer of 2014.
Based of the true story of Eugene Allen, Forest Whitaker marries Oprah and serves eight presidents as the White House's head butler in Lee Daniels historical drama. The ensemble cast playing America's most historic political figures include John Cusack, Robin Williams, Liev Schreiber, James Marsden, Alan Rickman, and Nelsan Ellis. In theaters October 18, 2013.