Site Update: GDPR & Privacy Policy

Hello everyone!

Websites that collect data on citizens in European Union (EU) countries and UK will need to comply with strict new rules around protecting customer data by May 25, due to the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). This regulations set rules for how and when we can collect personal data from users on our website, so is now required by law to be transparent about the persona data we collect, also be relevant and limited to what is necessary for the intended purpose of collection, but, specially, gain consent from individuals before using it.

The regulations are made for EU and UK citizens but since the site is visited globally, we can’t set this by geolocation, so we have added in our website a privacy policy page, along with a popup saying that you agree with cookies being added during your visit.

As site owners, we don’t really collect any data from you but using Google Ads comply us to update our privacy policy and make it clear about the cookies being used, thank you for understanding.

written by Mouza on May 21, 2018 under

Video: “Set it Up” Official Trailer

written by Mouza on May 15, 2018 under

Site Update: Glen Powell Central Version 2.0!

Hello everyone!

With Glen & Zoey announcing today the start of the press tour leading up to Set It Up release on Netflix, I decided it’s the best time to put up our new layout featuring my current favorite Glen shoot. I hope you guys like it as much as I do.

 
 

written by Mouza on May 04, 2018 under

Photos: FENDI x Flaunt Celebration

Glen was out yesterday (March 21) to attend the FENDI x Flaunt Celebration of the New Fantasy Issue at Casa.

   

written by Mouza on March 22, 2018 under

Gallery Update: Sand Castle (2017)

I’ve updated the gallery with stills & screencaptures of Glen from the 2017 netflix war movie Sand Castle.

   
   

written by Mouza on March 14, 2018 under

News: Glen Powell to star in “Devotion”

 Black Label Media has optioned rights to Devotion: An Epic Story of Heroism, Friendship, and Sacrifice, and will make a film about the true story at the center of Adam Makos’ 2015 book about two Korean War Navy pilots — one from an affluent white New England family, the other the black son of a Mississippi sharecropper — who became two of the top pilots in U.S. history.

Glen Powell, who played John Glenn in the Oscar-nominated Hidden Figures, will star in the pic and develop the script with Jake Crane and Jonathan Stewart, whose Black Winter made the Black List in 2014. Black Label’s Molly Smith, Rachel Smith, Thad Luckinbill and Trent Luckinbill will produce, with Jon Schumacher executive producing.

Makos’ novel digs into an unexplored chapter in American combat history. Set during the Korean War in an era fraught with racial disparity, Tom Hudner decided to forgo Harvard to join the Navy, while Jesse Brown became the first black man in U.S. Naval history to become a fighter pilot. Despite their differences, an unbreakable bond was forged and the two would become known as the U.S. Navy’s most celebrated aviator duo. Powell will play Hudner. [More at Source]

written by Mouza on March 08, 2018 under

Photos: Mercedez-Benz USA’s Official Awards Viewing Party

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Glen attending the Mercedez-Benz Official Oscar Viewing party.

   

written by Mouza on March 05, 2018 under

Feature: Glen Powell For Gio Journal

   

An easy-going dude from Austin, Texas, Glen Powell’s (@glenpowell) career path led him straight to Hollywood. With acting credits that include Hidden Figures, The Expendables 3 and upcoming, high-profile projects also destined to impress, the young hunk admits that his heart still belongs to Texas.

When did you know you wanted to be an actor?
When you’re fascinated by everything but have a short attention span, you’re well suited to be an actor. After seeing Top Gun, I wanted to be a fighter pilot; after Apollo 13, I wanted to be an astronaut; after Cool Runnings, I wanted to be a Jamaican bobsledder; after Braveheart, I wanted to re-liberate Scotland. After Raiders of the Lost Ark, I begged my parents to buy me a bullwhip. I carried it around everywhere. I wasn’t supposed to use it in the house, but rules are meant to be broken. There is still a chunk missing from the ceiling in my childhood bedroom.

Even though you now live in LA, you’re still a Texas cowboy at heart, aren’t you? 
After shooting a role in a film called The Great Debaters, directed by Denzel Washington, I received a call in my freshman dorm at the University of Texas from Ed Limato, Denzel’s agent at William Morris. He wanted to sit down [with me] before The Great Debaters premiered. When I met with him and his colleagues, I wore Wranglers and a cowboy hat. He asked, “Did you just get off a farm?” I said, “Well…yeah.” Since then, my style has slightly adapted to Los Angeles, so I don’t look like such a cowboy. But I’ll break out the Stetson for game days or when I’m gathering the Texans in LA for some rowdiness. I do most of my writing and relaxing in Texas, so I rarely have time to miss it too much. Whenever my jeans get too tight and the Vs in my shirt get too deep, the family calls me back to Texas before they lose me to West Coast fashion completely. [Full Interview]

written by Mouza on February 22, 2018 under

Photos: Valentino at Paris Fashion Week – Menswear F/W 2018-2019

Glen was in Paris a couple of days ago to attend the Valentino show at Paris Fashion Week. Make sure to head to the gallery to check out the photos of Glen at the show.

   

written by Mouza on January 20, 2018 under

Photo: InStyle & Warner Bros. 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards Post-Party

I’ve updated the gallery with a photo of Glen attending his first event of the year, the 2018 InStyle & Warner Bros. 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards Post-Party.

   

written by Mouza on January 09, 2018 under
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