Review: Peter Facinelli's Vanity Project 'Loosies' All Smoke, Little Fire


When an actor’s career is stalled or they’re not getting the kind of or size of roles they want, some are able to write their way out of the rut.

Sylvester Stallone famously took the screenwriting route with "Rocky," Matt Damon and Ben Affleck did it with "Good Will Hunting" (and Affleck did it again a dozen years later with "The Town") and Billy Bob Thornton made "Sling Blade." Read More...


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