The guy who wrote ‘Love Actually’ and ‘Notting Hill’ might not be the first person who jumps to mind when thinking about ‘War Horse,’ but it’s hard to imagine the touching new Steven Spielberg film working without Richard Curtis. After all, Curtis — and fellow credited ‘War Horse’ screenwriter Lee Hall — had one of the toughest jobs on the new film, an adaptation of Michael… Continue reading Richard Curtis on 'War Horse,' Working With Steven Spielberg and the Prescience of 'Love Actually'
… Despite its poor track record in adaptations, the comic The Punisher is still getting interest in heading to television. Fox is working with Criminal Minds‘ Ed Bernero to televisualize the superhero, a vigilante New York detective with a penchant for lots and lots of guns. The comic has been turned into a movie twice, and both were hecka-lame. We’ll see if a TV version can do it better… Continue reading News Briefs: Fox Is Working on a Small-Screen The Punisher
Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari
When reality starlet Kristin Cavallari and Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler called off their engagement in July, the Dancing with the Stars contestant was “absolutely devastated,” a source told PEOPLE at the time.
After a summer apart, though, a source tells PEOPLE the… Continue reading Kristin Cavallari & Jay Cutler 'Working It Out,' Says Source
For some filmmakers, the idea of working with children and animals — not to mention the entire family film genre, for that matter — is an abhorrent proposition. But ‘Dolphin Tale’ director Charlies Martin Smith says he learned from the best — from the likes of George Lucas and Carroll Ballard. Thanks to those influences and Smith’s familiarity with animal-centered stories (he directed Disney’s franchise-setting ‘Air Bud’), ‘Dolphin Tale’ is… Continue reading 'Dolphin Tale' Director Dishes On Working With Its Real-Life Star, Winter
This weekend Hollywood offers one for the guys, one for the girls, one for the ages, and one more that we’re still not really sure about. Any way you cut it, it’s a big upgrade from the past couple weekends of tropical storms and B-grade horror movies that audiences have had to contend with. Lots of interesting stuff to choose from, so… Continue reading Weekend Movie Preview: Wheelmen, Working Girls and the Circle of Life