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The actress, who just won an Oscar for her role as the mom in Boyhood, will write about her unconventional family, being a single mother at age 20 and her experience as a woman in Hollywood, according to a statement released by Random House. Susan Kamil, Publisher of Random House, will edit the book. Kamil announced the world rights deal that Rh closed with Richard Abate of 3 Arts Entertainment and Joseph Veltre of Gersh. "Patricia Arquette is a remarkable woman," Kamil… »
Patricia Arquette will waste no time after winning that Oscar. She just started her starring role on CSI: Cyber and now she'll be an author: Random House has announced that Arquette is writing a memoir. It will reportedly detail life with her famous family, life as a single mother, and life as a woman in Hollywood. Hopefully, she'll squeeze in some Nicolas Cage stories, too. »
- Dee Lockett
Random House announced Wednesday that they will publish a memoir written by Patricia Arquette. The Academy Award, Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning actress will focus on her life growing up in the storied Arquette family, which includes “Pulp Fiction” actress Rosanna Arquette and “Scream” star David Arquette. Arquette will also write about being a single mother at the age of 20 and her experience as a woman in Hollywood. She made waves at the Academy Awards when she spoke in favor of wage equality during her acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress. See Photos: Oscars 2015 Winners: ‘Birdman,’ ‘Grand Budapest,’ Eddie Remayne, »
- Joe Otterson
Stars: Patricia Arquette, Chloë Sevigny, Constance Wu, Isabel Lucas, Jim Sturgess, Cortney Palm, Vinessa Shaw, Christopher LambertWill McCormack, James Ransone | Written and Directed by Tristan Patterson
1983 Los Angeles is full of beautiful girls, luxurious mansions, and glamorous parties. Eddie Dodson (Jim Sturgess), a hip and charismatic dealer of antique furniture for the rich and famous, is living the high life. When Eddie meets the cool and aloof Pauline (Isabelle Lucas), the attraction is instant and the two live out each other’s fast-paced fantasies until Eddie’s high-rolling life catches up with him and loan sharks start knocking on his door. To pay off his debts, Eddie and Pauline begin a spree of bank robberies across La, charming tellers at over 60 banks to hand over the cash. Now the two are not only on the run from loan sharks but also have the police hot on their trail.
Robbing banks! »
- Richard Axtell
A decade or so ago, CSI was one of the highest-rated TV shows on network television. It spawned two spin-offs -- CSI: NY and CSI: Miami -- and each had long runs before being cancelled. Will CSI: Cyber also find ratings success? Will it be cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.
On CSI: Cyber, Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) heads the Cyber Crime Division of the FBI. It's a unit at the forefront of solving illegal activities that start in the mind, live online, and play out in the real world. This crime drama also features the talents of James Van Der Beek, Hayley Kiyoko, Charley Koontz, Shad Moss, and Peter MacNicol.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for »
TV Rewind: Watch the Late Late Show with James Corden rewind with Patty Arquette, Chris Pine and Modest Mouse. The Late Late Show with James Corden clips from the show which aired Tuesday, March 24 (12:37 – 1:37 Am, Et/Pt) on the CBS Television Network.Mystery Pizza BoxThe Young and the Restless: James Corden, Patricia Arquette and Chris Pine Act Out a Scene Found in the PrinterAfter James’ writers assistant finds a script on the shared printer with The Young and the Restless, he asks Patricia Arquette and Chris Pine to act out a soap scene without seeing the script.Patricia Arquette […] »
- April Neale
John Legend and Common's performance at the 2015 Oscars brought many to tears, including Chris Pine. The actor appeared on The Late Late Show With James Corden to discuss his latest movies when the host pulled out a photo of Chris crying at the award show. The actor started laughing and later commented, "It was a wonderful performance. It was really moving, and a lot of people gave me a lot of crap for it." Patricia Arquette, who was also on the show, was surprised, asking, "Really? Are you kidding?" Watch the video above to see the viral cry and Chris Pine's response. Then relive the rest of the audience's reactions to the performance and see the hottest pictures of Chris Pine. »
James Corden discovered an awesome perk of sharing a printer with “The Young and the Restless”: access to soap opera scripts! The new “Late Late Show” host had Tuesday’s guests Chris Pine and Patricia Arquette act out a scene from the melodramatic daytime show that his writer’s assistant discovered left on their joint office equipment. The two thespians, joined by host Corden, went into it blind, but kind of killed it anyway. Corden played Jack, Pine was Austin, Arquette did her best Phyllis. The plot is a bit hard to follow, so we’ll try to help. »
- Tony Maglio
No tears were shed during CBS' The Late Late Show Tuesday. During host James Corden's second episode, Oscar winner Patricia Arquette and actor Chris Pine talked about last month's awards ceremony. "Chris, you were also at the Academy Awards this year. We've got a picture of you here," he said, pulling out of a photo of Pine shedding a single tear. "You seem to be crying." Being the good sport that he is, Pine, 34, laughed as Corden, 36, described the photo in detail. "You seem to be crying almost throughout the whole ceremony. Patricia won one—you know that, right?" Corden clarified that the picture was taken "during John Legend and Common's »
Hungry for the delectable and deadly atmosphere of Michael Dougherty's Trick ’r Treat following the announcement last week that Legendary comics is releasing graphic novels of Trick ’r Treat and the upcoming Krampus? If so, then you might dig Cavity Colors' Cakepop Sam print, the latest addition to their Deadly Desserts line. The print depicts the creepy creature from Trick ’r Treat as a cake pop that's a festive feast for the eyes. Also featured in our latest round-up are details on the Kickstarter campaign for world-renowned special effects master Hiroshi Katagiri's debut film, Gehenna – Where Death Lives, as well as release details on Scream Factory's Blu-ray of the Patricia Arquette-starring possession film, Stigmata.
Cake Pop Sam Print: Cavity Colors' "Cakepop Sam" print is now available to purchase for $15.00:
"Signed by Aaron Crawford High quality 8 x 10 inch Giclee Print Printed with Archival Inks on Acid Free »
- Derek Anderson
Kerry Washington, to whom Ellen DeGeneres presented the Vanguard Award for her work as an Lgbt advocate, closed out the 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Beverly Hilton on Saturday with an earnest and empowering message.
“I’m going to say some stuff,” she began. “Not just for us, but because on Monday morning, people are going to click a link to hear what that woman from ‘Scandal’ said at that awards show.”
Washington said that the characters she plays often become political statements. Some natural qualities, like race and gender, are out of her control, but other times she has chosen to take on roles that portray underrepresented communities, like her work as a transgender woman in the film “Life Is Hot in Cracktown.” But the great irony, according to Washington, is that she does not choose roles in order to make a political statement, and the fact »
- Seth Kelley
Austin, Texas -- Maybe for the first time in his entertainment career, Miles Teller knows much of what he's "doing" for the next four or so years. He just boarded bank robber flick “Life and Times of the Stopwatch Gang" as producer and lead. Fresh off of Oscar season with "Whiplash," the 28-year-old actor headed right into promotions for "The Divergent Series: Insurgent," out tomorrow (March 20), the second movie in a four-film adaptation. His turn as Mister Fantastic in "The Fantastic Four" films will take him on a two-movie ride, at least. "Bleed for This" -- which will feature Teller portraying boxer Vinny Panzienza -- is out later this year, "Arms and the Dudes" is due 2016 and there are a few other flicks in the development hopper. Even for a schedule so busy, Teller looked at least like he was trying to relax, sinking into a wicker patio chair in »
- Katie Hasty
A lost soul has just received the wounds of Christ… and a shocking message that will alter history. Featuring performances from Patricia Arquette (TV’s Medium, Boyhood) and Gabriel Byrne (The Usual Suspects) with a cutting -edge score by Billy Corgan of The Smashing Pumpkins and Elia Cmiral, the visceral thriller Stigmata will make its blu-ray debut May 19th, 2015 courtesy of Scream Factory. Stigmata comes loaded with bonus features, including the featurettes Incredible But … Continue reading →
I’m a sucker for religion-themed horror. There just something absolutely enthralling about the darker side of faith battling the lighter, and the journey that whoever is in between said battle is always enjoyable to watch. With that said, I couldn’t be more excited about Scream Factory announcing today that they’re giving 1999’s Patricia Arquette (A Nightmare On Elm Street III, Boyhood)-led Stigmata the Bluray treatment (hitting shelves on May 19th), complete with special features never before realed in the U.S. Read on!
Frankie Paige (Arquette) has absolutely no faith in God. All of that changes when she suddenly begins to suffer the stigmata — the living wounds of the crucified Christ. Frankie’s miraculous bleeding comes to the attention of the Vatican’s top investigator, Father Kiernan (Byrne). But when Cardinal Houseman (Jonathan Pryce, Brazil, Ronin), discovers that Frankie is actually channeling an extraordinary and provocative »
- Jerry Smith
Welcome to the March 18, 2015 edition of Outrage Watch, HitFix's (almost) daily rundown of all the things folks are peeved about in entertainment. Today's top story: the Marvin Gaye estate is trying to ban all sales of Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams "Blurred Lines." The family of the late singer filed a motion Tuesday night to halt the "manufacturing, reproducing, selling, distributing and licensing" of the controversial Robin Thicke single, stating that Interscope is “undeniably committing contributory copyright infringement with each sale" after last week's verdict that awarded the Gaye family nearly $7.4 million for copyright infringement (they claim the 2013 single plagiarized Gaye's "Got to Give It Up"). The motion further states that the single should not be offered for sale until "proper attribution of Marvin Gaye as a writer of ‘Blurred Lines’ and for the use of ‘Got To Give It Up’ in the infringing work so that the Gayes may »
- Chris Eggertsen
With blockbuster budgets skyrocketing into the hundreds of millions, it’s still possible to make successful films for less. Here are 14 Academy Award winning films from the last 60 years that stretched their dollars all the way to the red carpet. “Boyhood”Taking into account its famed 12-year filming process, Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” might win the prize for doing the most with the least. Linklater made the film for $4 million, with a $200 thousand budget per year of production. Patricia Arquette took home this year’s Oscar for best performance by an actress in a supporting role, and the film was nominated in five other categories including best picture and director. “Whiplash”Another contender from this year’s Oscar Race, “Whiplash” had (by far) the lowest budget of the best picture nominees, at an estimated $3.3 million. Damien Chazelle directed the successful film, and J.K. Simmons took home a well-deserved Oscar for »
- Sasha Stone
The 14th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival taking place from April 15 to April 26 in New York City has announced the films selected for screening in the Spotlight screening section.
Co-sponsored by Brookfield Place and The Lincoln Motor Company, Spotlight is destination for today’s most talked about themes and filmmakers and will feature 40 films: 23 narratives and 17 documentaries with 24 of those films being world premieres. Debuting new work from master directors such as the Taviani Brothers (Caesar Must Die), Michael Winterbottom (The Trip To Italy), and Neil Labute (Death At A Funeral), audiences will also be introduced to new voices like first time director Henry Hobson’s Maggie and Pray The Devil Back To Hell producer Abigail Disney’s directorial debut The Armour Of Light.
- Sacha Hall
Welcome to the March 10, 2015 edition of Outrage Watch, HitFix's (almost) daily rundown of all the things folks are peeved about in entertainment. Today's top story: seems Madonna is having her Patricia Arquette moment. “Gay rights are way more advanced than women’s rights," said the superstar in a new interview with Out magazine. She added: "It’s moved along for the gay community, for the African-American community, but women are still just trading on their ass. To me, the last great frontier is women. Women are still the most marginalized group." Uh-oh. "Dating Tupac — and Basquiat — doesn’t make you an authority on the black experience, and being interviewed in Out doesn’t make you intimate with the gay one," snipes Salon's Mary Elizabeth Williams. "Madonna’s words stall progress for all social movements when she turns the fight for equality into a competition," gripes Carbonated.tv's Jessica Renae Buxbaum. »
- Chris Eggertsen
The Austin Film Society, organizers of the Texas Film Awards, have more than a few milestones to celebrate this year. Not only the 30th anniversary of the Society and the 15th anniversary of the Awards themselves, it’s also the capper on a banner year for Texans in film, with Lone Star natives Wes Anderson and Society cofounder Richard Linklater both nominated for director at last month’s Oscars.
As part of the Texas Film Hall of Fame induction ceremony, hosted by Mike Judge, Variety executive editor Steven Gaydos will present a creative achievement award to Linklater’s “Boyhood,” along with posthumous honors to Christopher Evan Welch and L.M. Kit Carson.
Variety Creative Impact in Cinema Award
- Andrew Barker
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