A biopic screenplay about Hillary Rodham Clinton has been floating around Hollywood for quite some time — it won a spot on 2012’s Black List, an honor reserved for the industry’s best unproduced scripts — and is set to begin production soon. But just what that screenplay depicts about the life of the former Secretary of State, senator, and First Lady had remained a mystery until now.
The Daily Beast claims… Continue reading Hillary Clinton Movie 'Rodham' Details Early Career, Love Scene With Bill
Jude Law is burning up.
The actor filed suited against Canadian fireplace company Paloform on allegations that they used his face in their marketing materials.
Law claims that Paloform used unauthorized images of himself in advertising on their website, as well as on the company’s Facebook and Pinterest pages. He is asking the Los Angeles Superior Court to order Paloform to stop using his likeness and to pay him unspecified damages.
As TMZ… Continue reading Jude Law Lawsuit: Actor's Career Too Hot for Fireplace Ads
Academy Award-nominated actress Keira Knightley tells March’s Marie Claire she feels her wildly-successful career is “all smoke and mirrors.
“My career is on the verge of being ridiculous all the time,” the Never Let Me Go star tells the magazine, which she appears on the cover of.
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Referring to the unending stream of inadvertent flashes, Keira vowed paps will never “get a shot… Continue reading Keira Knightley: My Career Is ‘All Smoke And Mirrors’
Ben Affleck may be absent a nod at the Oscars, but he won the Directors Guild of America Award for Argo over the weekend. The 65th annual DGA ceremony took place at the Ray Dolby Ballroom in Hollywood, where the filmmaker delivered a humble speech to audiences: “I worked really, really hard to become the best director I could be, by putting in as [many] hours… Continue reading Ben Affleck Wins DGA, Plus: Watch the Crazy Short Film That Launched His Directorial Career
Pretty much every time Eddie Murphy releases a film like A Thousand Words, Imagine That, Meet Dave or even Daddy Daycare, the critical world at large starts wondering out loud about whether we’ll ever see the ‘return of funny Eddie,’ which is of course code for ‘R-rated Eddie Murphy.’ The implication is, of course, that Murphy’s more family-friendly work isn’t funny, which is true (Meet Dave, The Haunted Mansion) about… Continue reading How The Nutty Professor Explains Eddie Murphy's Entire Film Career