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cuba Watch: Youve Never Seen This Version of Cuba Gooding Jr.s Classic Oscar Speech

The dresses, the speeches, the… pizza — the Oscars can be one, big, beautiful mess. Sometimes we love to hate them, but when all is said and done, it’s always a delight to see your favorite film of the year take home the gold. However, according to this behind-the-scenes video of the Oscars TV truck, we’ve been watching the glitzy awards ceremony all wrong

Sharon Stone filed a lawsuit on Wednesday in Los Angeles against a movie production company for fraud and breach of contract — and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has all the details.

The suit was filed on behalf of Stone, 55, by her Hollywood attorney Marty Singer and claims Bob Yari and his production companies lured the actress “to participate in their fraudulent scheme.”

PHOTOS: We Can’t Believe These… Continue reading Sharon Stone Sues Production Company For $500K: They Wanted Me To Lie To US Gov’t So We Could Shoot In Cuba!

cuba gooding jr dec 2012 gi Cuba Gooding Jr.s FOX pilot dead; Skyfall duo plots Showtime horror seriesBite-sized news from the world of television, including changes at NBC’s upcoming Anne Heche comedy “Save Me” and pilot castings for “Bridesmaids’” Wendi McLendon-Covey and “My Boys’” Jim Gaffigan.

  • After holding options on the cast for nearly a year, FOX has officially passed on Cuba Gooding Jr.’s legal drama pilot “Guilty.” Although the Oscar winning star was said to get high

Cuba Gooding Jr. took home the gold at the 1997 Oscars for his portrayal as the brash, catchphrase spinning football star, Rod Tidwell. But now Gooding revealed that his father that may have actually said the most memorable line, behind the scenes.

The “Red Tails” actor told Graham Norton that he “almost fainted” during his father’s visit to the set of “Jerry Maguire” when he asked Tom Cruise if he was… Continue reading Cuba Gooding Jr.'s Father Asks Tom Cruise 'So Are You Gay Or Not?'

juan of the dead Juan of the Dead FF Review: Cuba Does ZombiesJuan of the Dead immediately establishes itself as a somewhat noteworthy event in genre film history in that it marks Cuba’s first foray into the splatter-tastic world of horror movies. For this reason and this reason alone, writer/director Alejandro Brugues deserves a round of applause, a pat on the back and an expensive bottle of champagne to share with his cast and crew… Continue reading 'Juan of the Dead' FF Review: Cuba Does Zombies