If you’re an A-list actor who wasn’t considered to replace George Clooney in ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ then you may not actually be on the A-list. From Johnny Depp to Matt Damon to Ryan Gosling to Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Warner Bros. discussed the lead role of Napoleon Solo in the Steven Soderbergh-directed reboot of the ’60s television series with a reported 20-plus names. That game of Hollywood roulette has… Continue reading Steven Soderbergh May Get Bradley Cooper to Say 'U.N.C.L.E.'
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HBO’s adaptation of The Corrections is one step closer to reality with the addition of one (and likely two) Academy Award winners: Dianne Wiest has agreed to star in the prospective series, while Chris Cooper is close to signing on as well, EW has confirmed. (Deadline first reported the news.)
Wiest — whose last TV gig… Continue reading HBO’s adaptation of ‘The Corrections’ adds Dianne Wiest, close to securing Chris Cooper
It’s safe to say Anderson Cooper finds laughs in bathroom humor. Just last Thursday, a video clip from Cooper’s CNN show, Anderson Cooper 360, went viral after the anchor fell into an mean case of the giggles during his “Ridiculist” segment. The subject? Actor Gerard Depardieu’s airplane urination which Cooper said at least wasn’t… Continue reading Anderson Cooper talks his on-air laughing fit: ‘I’ve always giggled like a 13 year-old girl at a Justin Bieber meet and greet’
The easiest way to describe ‘Devil’s Double,’ Lee Tamahori’s disturbing film about Saddam Hussein’s sociopathic son Uday and his reluctant (to say the least) body double, Latif Yahia, is to call it “‘Scarface’ in the Middle East.” But like any easy description, that one doesn’t tell the whole story: unlike Tony Montana, Uday Hussein was born in full possession of the world — or at least the part… Continue reading Video: The Real Latif Yahia, Portrayed by Dominic Cooper in 'Devil's Double,' Speaks Out