The last time Harvey Weinstein handled the domestic distribution went on to sweep every awards show and it looks like the veritable film god could do it again with Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master”
Five years after Anderson’s chilling “There Will Be Blood,” audiences have been eagerly awaiting his next project, “The Master.” The new film, which stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams, narrates the rise and fall… Continue reading Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' May Be Released In October
Harvey Weinstein really wants to get into the Katy Perry business. (Who doesn’t, but still.) During a pre-Oscar party at Soho House in Los Angeles, Weinstein was talking to Perry about co-starring in new drama about British opera singer and reality television star, Paul Potts.
“I was talking to Katy about a new project, a possible dramatic role in the Paul Potts movie, which will be shooting in England soon,” Weinstein… Continue reading Katy Perry, Movie Star? Harvey Weinstein Wants Singer For Paul Potts Bio
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Modeling agent Paul Fisher has a reputation as a bit of a hothead, often screaming at small-town agency staffers and up-and-coming stars on his CW show, Remodeled. But the businessman insists his actions are all born out of love.
“We’re creating role models, not just models,” he tells PEOPLE. “I think that it’s one of the hardest businesses in… Continue reading ‘Remodeled’s’ Paul Fisher: I Want to Create Role Models, Not Just Models
Wild rumor of the day: Paul McCartney will appear on AMC’s Mad Men in a cameo.
The UK paper The Sun reported the music legend is in talks to appear on the show’s fifth season. “It’s perfect timing because his new music suits the program perfectly,” an anonymous source told the publication, which ran a story headlined “Sir Paul McCartney will have a cameo role on hit TV show… Continue reading Paul McCartney not joining ‘Mad Men’ (duh)
In “Wanderlust,” Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston play a Manhattan couple who, following a bit of unexpected unemployment (is there any other kind?), head down South to rebuild their lives. What happens next is like “Lost In America” by way of “Wet Hot American Summer”: the couple stumbles onto a commune and begins to realize that maybe winning the rat race is for losers.
Directed and co-written by David Wain (“WHAS,”… Continue reading 'Wanderlust': Paul Rudd Makes The Mistake Of Killing A Fly (VIDEO)