AJ Silver here! I lived in Lancaster CA until I was about 4, and have spent the remainder of my years in the Tri State area. I LOVE every aspect of my job every day!! I love to have a good time, and make sure I enjoy every second. I am a huge fan of music, film, and art! I love supporting local artists and have Aj's Artistic Freedom, so send your work to my email below! Just include a picture of your "art" and a short bio. I always love hearing from you so hit me up in the studio or through Facebook by clicking the link below! I like to have too much fun, so make sure you hook me up with stories (and pics) from your CRAZY weekends (or not so crazy)! We can compare!!! Cheers!
Paul Rudd plays a reformed thief who gets a suit that shrinks him and increases his strength. Michael Douglas plays the guy who invented the suit, and Evangeline Lilly plays his daughter. They train him to use it so he can stop the villain Yellowjacket from weaponizing the technology. T.I. and Michael Pena are part of his crew, and there's a cameo from your newest Avenger, The Falcon.
Amy Schumer wrote and stars in a comedy about a woman trying to get over her fear of commitment, after she falls for a sports doctor played by Bill Hader. "SNL's" Vanessa Brayer is her best friend, LeBron James and Amar'e Stoudemire play themselves, and Daniel Radcliffe, Marisa Tomei and Method Man are in it too.
"Mr. Holmes" (PG)
Ian McKellen plays an elderly Sherlock Holmes, who asks a boy to help him recall some of the details of his own life . . . particularly an unsolved case that forced him into retirement years ago.
Woody Allen's "Irrational Man" (R)
Joaquin Phoenix plays a depressed philosophy professor who stopped believing he can change the world . . . until he overhears a conversation that inspires him to plan the perfect murder. Emma Stone narrates it and plays one of his students.
"The Stanford Prison Experiment" (R)
Billy Crudup plays a Stanford University professor who got students to simulate the source of abuse in the prison system. The 24 students were randomly selected to act as prisoners and guards, and within a matter of just a few days the experiment was out of control as the "guards" turned violent and sadistic. It's based on a true story, which happened back in 1971.
3 DOORS DOWN singer BRAD ARNOLD threw a fan out of a recent show in Colorado, after he saw the guy get physical with a woman. He stopped the song, and said, quote, "Hang on, hang on, hang on. Hey, hey homie . . . You just pushed a woman out of the way to get in a fight, you [D-word]! Get him the hell out of here . . . you don't hit a woman, dude."