Ashton Kutcher did not plan on becoming a movie star when was discovered at a bar in Iowa City, where he was a biochemical engineer student at The University of Iowa. Now, after 15 years in the entertainment business, sources exclusively tell radio detection and rangingOnline.com that the actor is ready to put Hollywood on hold and pursue his real passion — the tech industry.
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Vanessa Paradis is picking up the pieces and moving on from her split with Johnny Depp following his engagement to actress Amber Heard — and the French model has an unlikely ally in Mary-Kate Olsen, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Paradis 41, is leaning on pal Olsen, 27, for input on her next major venture, likely in… Continue reading Johnny Depp’s Ex Leaning On Mary-Kate Olsen For Support & Career Advice, Twin Wants To Help ‘Find Her A New Man’
There’s this uncomfortable, punishing sadness that you can’t stop feeling while you watch Gabriel, and all of it comes from Rory Culkin’s tremendous performance as the film’s driver, pushing us along a slippery road littered with bad decisions and good intentions. Yeah, you don’t feel great watching this movie, but it’s great how much it actually makes you feel. You feel for Gabriel and you… Continue reading Rory Culkin Delivers the Best Performance of His Career in 'Gabriel'
Some remarkable child performers have very brief moments in the spotlight — Carrie Henn in Aliens is a great example. Others fizzle around the time they reach adulthood, often through unfortunate circumstances like drug addiction. Then there are people like Ron Howard, Jodie Foster, Christian Bale, Leonardo DiCaprio, Neil Patrick Harris, Sidney Lumet, Jackie Cooper, Elizabeth Taylor …
The list can go on and on and on (especially… Continue reading Which of Today's Child Actors Do You See Having a Long Career?
Fact: It’s impossible to hate Ron Perlman.
Okay, so maybe we don’t have any actual, statistical evidence on hand to back that up as fact, but we’re still pretty sure it’s true. There’s just something about him that’s inherently likeable. Maybe it’s that he looks like a battle-hardened teddy bear. Maybe it’s because he’s great at nailing deadpan comedy. Whatever the case, it’s really, really hard to… Continue reading Ron Perlman on the Thriller 'Crave' and His Increasingly Big Career in Independent Films